Source: Tri-County News, Dec 1, 1955 p1
Miss Juanita LINDLEY of Kingman, age 60, a teacher in the Parke County schools for the past 41 years, passed away at 9:50 o'clock, Wed. morning Nov 23 in Culver Hospital, Crawfordsville, where she had been a patient since Nov 10. Her illness had been expected although she had been active in organization work and had taught until taken to the hospital. Miss Lindley was a member of the Rush Creek Church. She had attended both Central Normal, Danville and ISTC, Terre Haute. She was a member of Fountain County OES past matrons of Kingman, Daughters of the Union Veterans Mary C. Smith, No. 35, Veedersburg Chapter, DAR; Charlot Rebekah Lodge, Kingman; Kingman American Legion; Neighbors, NGO Birthday Club and Wallace Cabalistic club. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Glee Garrard of Montezuma RR and Mrs. Ruth Pickard of Bloomingdale; 3 brothers, Flaud Lindley of Tangier RR; George of Crawfordsville and Hiram of Kingman. Funeral services were held at 1 at the Rush Creek Church near Tangier. The body lay in state at the church one hour preceding the services which were conducted by Rev. Milo Hinckle of Marshall with burial in Rush Creek Cemetery. - typed by kbz
Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review 26 Nov 1955 p4
Miss Juanita Lindley, 60, a teacher for 40 years in Parke County school and teacher in the 7th and 8th grades at Tangier HS at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Nov 23, 1955 in Culver Hospital at Crawfordsville. She had been hsopitalized 13 days. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Friday at Rush Creek Church near Tangier with the Rev. Milo Hinckle of Marshall officiating. Burial was in Rush Creek Cemetery. The woodrow Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Miss Lindley was born in Parke County, Ind. July 27, 1895, daughter of Samuel H. and Ella Swanson Lindley. She attended Central Normal College at Danville, Ind and received a Bachelor of Science degree at Indiana Student Teachers College. She was a member of the Rush Creek Church: Fountain Chapter 204, Order of Eastern Star, Daughters of Union Veterans. Mary C. Smith Tent 35, and was a deputy guard in the state organization; Veedersburg Chapter Daughters of American Revolution; Chariot Rebekah Lodge # 5? Kingman American Legion Auxiliary 384; Pythian Sisters Temple 250; Kingman Past Matron and Patron Club; Kingman Camp Royal Neighbors of American Lodge; NGO Birthday CLub; and the Wallace Cabalistic Club. Surviving are two sisters, M. Glee Garrad of Montezuma rural route; Mrs. RUth Pickard of BLoomingdale rural route; three brothers, Flaud of Tangier rural route, George of Crawfordsville; Hiram of Kingman. She was preceded in death a brother and a sister.