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Lena M. Caruthers

Obituary for Mrs. Lena M. Caruthers appeared in the Orlando Evening Star on 13 June 1970, pg. 4B.

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Persons, organizations or businesses mentioned in the obit include: First United Methodist Church, Lions’ Auxiliary, American Legion Auxiliary, Sorosis Club, Grandmothers Club, Young Women’s Community Club, Business and Professional Women’s Club of Orlando, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Anna Curtis Progressive Sunday School Class, Circle Nine, Robert M. Caruthers, Randolph A. Caruthers, Joe F. Bunn, John C. Cooper, Leon G. Cooper.

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Orlando High School 1927 - The Screech Owls
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Orlando High School 1927 - Rod and Gun Club
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Orlando High School 1927 - Junior Class
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Cora Rhoads Obituary
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Lena M. Caruthers Obituary
Obituary for Mrs. Lena M. Caruthers appeared in the Orlando Evening Sentinel on 13 June 1970, pg. B4. Persons, organizations or businesses mentioned...
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