The Caddo Herald
December 31, 1920
In Memory of Little Earline Morgan
She was the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. R. M. Morgan.
Little Earline died December 10, 1920; aged three years and one month.
All who knew her loved her dearly; she made many friends what few years she was with us.
Oh, how we miss that precious little one when we enter the home, though Jesus knew best. Our darling is at rest- she has just paid the debt we all have to pay.
I say to all who knew her if we see little Earline we must be ready when Jesus calls for us. The little one is just watching and waiting for all.
Another little one has gone to dwell with him who gave, another darling little one is sheltered in the grave; God needed one more angel child amid his shining band, and He bent with smile and clasped our darling’s hand.
Gone! Gone! Our little one is gone! Oh, canst must be, that she will never more sit smiling on our knee? No more at evening tide her pattering footsteps fall, no more we see her among the flowers- the fairest of them all.
Though our darling is among the ever green flowers, it seems to me I can see her wave her little hands and say: “Come this way loved ones, and weep not for me, for I am waiting in Heaven for thee.” Her Aunt
Roach Baby Dies
Last Thursday afternoon the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roach died after an illness of but a few days. The funeral was held Friday from the family home and the remains were buried in Caddo Cemetery.
The many friends of this young couple will greatly sympathize with them in the loss of their firstborn.