Name:    Edith (Newcomer) Statler Miller

From:  The Southeast Missourian, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Date:  Thursday, January 2, 1941

Funeral services for Mrs. Edith Miller, 36 years old, wife of Edward L. Miller, a Cotton Belt Railroad conductor, who died Tuesday at the state sanitarium at Mt. Vernon were conducted this afternoon at the Brinkopf-Howell Funeral Home. Rev. W. S. Cravens conducted the rites and burial was in Fairmount cemetery. Mrs. Miller had been a patient at the sanitarium since early August. 

She was born Aug. 25, 1904 and spent all of her life in southeast Missouri.

She is survived by her husband, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newcomer of Bloomfield; four sisters, Mrs. Frank Eddy and Mrs. Charles Brantley of Pontiac, Mich.; Mrs. Luther Stropp of Sikeston, and Mrs. Jack Winchester of Advance, and four brothers, Louis Newcomer of Bernie, Luther Newcomer of St. Louis, John Newcomer of Columbus, Ohio and J.C. Newcomer of Bloomfield.