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DEATH OF MRS. L.C. SLAVENS.

Her Husband, Judge Slavens, a Brother of the Kansas City Pioneer Packer. Mrs. L.C. Slavens, 70 years old, died Sunday night at her home, near Parkville, Mo. The body was brought to Kansas City yesterday afternoon, and taken to the Stine & Son's undertaking rooms, 108 East Ninth Street, where the funeral will be held at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning by the Rev. L. A. Banks, pastor of the Independence Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church. Burial will be In Union Cemetery.

Mrs. Slavens was the wife of Judge L. C. Slavens, the brother of the late J. W. L. Slavens, a pioneer Kansas City packer. Judge Slavens was at one time a member of the city council, and was one of the first members of the park board. About seven years ago the family left Kansas City for Parkville, where they have made their home since. The children are: Mrs. George McNutt, Mrs. William Emmke, both of Chicago, and Mrs. John Slavens of Parkville.

Kansas City (Missouri) Times, March 7, 1911.