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Dyke, Mamie Edna Sisson, 1892-1933

 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 5:40 am    Post subject: Dyke, Mamie Edna Sisson, 1892-1933 Reply with quote

Modoc County Times, CA May 1933
MRS CLYDE DYKE SUCCUMBS MAY 14
Following a long illness, Mrs. Mamie Edna Dyke, 40, died yesterday, May 14, 1933, at her home, 967 Lighthouse Avenue, Pacific Grove. She was the wife of Clyde Dyke, prominent Monterey and Pacific Grove druggist. Although not unexpected, Mrs. Dyke’s death came as a shock to her many friends. She had been ill for several years and for the last year had been confined to her home. Despite her long illness, Mrs. Dyke was always in cheerful spirits and keenly interested in local, national and world affairs. A native of Missouri, Mrs. Dyke was born at Kahoka, July 26, 1892. She came to California about 25 years ago, residing at first in Red Bluff with her family and later in Modoc County, Roseville, Shasta City, Stockton, Stirling City and Newman. She was a registered pharmacist. With her husband, Mrs. Dyke came to the peninsula from Newman seven years ago and the couple has lived in Pacific Grove since. Funeral services will be held at the Christian Church in Pacific Grove tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock with Rev. Lee Sadler officiating. Interment will be in El Carmelo cemetery. Besides her husband, Mrs. Dyke is survived by her father, James F. Sisson of Red Bluff; three brothers, Wade Sisson of Dixon, California, and Frank and Hugh Sisson of Sacramento and three sisters, Mrs. E. E. Harrold and Mrs. Elmer Snyder of Aromos and Mrs. J. C. Chapman of Red Bluff. – Pacific Grove newspaper. (Mrs. Dyke was well known here. She was employed as saleslady in D. S. Denehy Company’s Store prior to her marriage to Clyde Dyke, a Surprise Valley young man. The many friends of the family extend deepest sympathy in their sad loss.)
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