Mrs. Pansy Wallace Hebble

The Tribune-News
Cartersville, Georgia

August 3, 1922

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Mrs. Harry Hebble Buried in Atlanta

Mrs. Pansy Wallace Hebble, wife of Marry M. Hebble, of Cartersville, died last Thursday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. G.W. Harmond, in Prosperity, S.C. The funeral was conducted last Saturday in Atlanta, a number of Cartersville people going down to pay a last tribute of love and respect to this beautiful young matron.

Mrs. Hebble had returned in May from Tucson, Ariz., where she had gone in the hope of recovering her health. She failed rapidly and the end came last Thursday afternoon. She was tender and sympathetic with every one in trouble, and her hand was always stretched out to anyone in need.

Mrs. Hebble was only 27 years of age and news of her death, although not unexpected, was received in Cartersville with much sorrow. She made her home here for several years after her marriage, and easily won and held scores of friends. She was a decoted member of the Baptist church, and always took a great interest in religious affairs, never failing to lend her beautiful voice when called upon.

She is survived by her husband, Harry M. Hebble, who will make his home in Cartersville in future; her mother, Mrs. J. I. Oxford of Osceola, Ark.; a sister Mrs. G.W. Harmond, of Prosperity, S.C., and two brothers, Verner Wallace, of New York, and Harold Wallace, of Dallas, Ga.


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