Clipped From Iowa City Press-Citizen
MILLARD ENFIELD OF KALONA SUCCUMBS Dies" Early Tuesday in Veterans Hospital Mr. Millard Enfield. 38, of Ka,-lona died Tuesday morning at 5:20 o'clock In the veteran hoe pita I at Dee Moines following a three months' Illness. Mr. Enfield, who had been a patient at Mercy hospital here for six weeks, took a plan to Des Moines Monday morning to enter the veterans' hospital. i His condition became serious Mon day night and he parsed away Tuesday morning. Tentative funeral ar rangements hav been made, the i services to be held at the Methodist i church at Kalona Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Oathout funeral borne is In charge andj menus may call there until an nour before the funeral. Mr. Enfield was born March 17. 1S!)6, on a farm i, north of Kalona and bad lived on and near Kalona his entire life. He married Miss Emma Graper of Iowa City January 12, 1929. He Is survived by his widow, hi parents. Mr. and Mrs. I William Enfield of Kalona: three sisters. Mm. Alice Coe of Boone, j la.. Mrs. Anna Krebs, 421 North Governor street, and Mrs. Fred Pit-lick of Stuttgart, Ark. ,and two brothers. Mr. Lyle Enfield of Fort Riley, Kan., and Mr. Dean Enfield of Kalona. A number of nieces and nephews also survive. Mr. Enfield wa a World war veteran, serving with the SSth divi-sion. He was a member of the American Legion post at Kalona.