Funeral For Miss Nina Morgan Held Sunday Afternoon In SpurThe body of Miss Nina Morgan arrived in Spur Saturday from Rochester, MN, where she died Thursday morning of last week. Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church Monday afternoon and interment was made in Spur Cemetery. The beautiful floral offers somewhat attested the love and respect on the part of friends and associates.
Miss Nina had long suffered of a tumor of the head and brain, caused from scarlet fever earlier in life. She had been deaf in one ear, but until she was afflicted with blindness several months ago the seriousness of her condition was not known or recognized. She was then carried to Lubbock, Fort Worth and Dallas for treatment by specialists and then about the first of July to Mayo Brothers of Rochester. The tumor had grown to such proportions within the brain cell that its immediate removal was impossible. However, Xray treatments were administered and Miss Nina apparently was making wonderful improvement until the day before her death which at the time was attributed to pus forming at the back of the tumor as it broke loose from the brain from the treatment.
The Texas Spur joins in with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Morgan and other members of the family in extending sincere sympathy in this bereavement.
©The Texas Spur, August 21, 1925from the records of Lillian Grace Nay
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