Note: THE ONAGA JOURNAL 22 JAN 1885 The great joyous smiles noticeable on Lew Fields' face a few mornings ago were easily explained when Lew remarked, with a hearty ha, ha, boys, two of 'em. ONAGA HERALD 15 MAR 1934 OBITUARY Osto E. Fields passed away at the home of his brother, Oscar M. Fields, 1514 E. 4th St., Topeka, on March 7, 1934, aged 49 years, 1 month and 18 days. He had lived in Topeka about 20 years and as a former employee of the Merchants Transfer and Capper publications, and for the past two and a half years had been sand blast operator for Gill monument Works. He is survived by two sons, Grant and Melvin Fields, of Topeka; two grand children, Irene and Keith Fields; five brothers, Oscar M., of Topeka; Isaac and George of Wamego; Erman of Des Moines, Ia, and Warren of Lawrence; and one sister, Mrs. Lydia Keating, of Kansas City, Kansas. Those from here attending the funeral were: Mrs. Clara Fields and sons, Earl, Ward and Albert; Mr and Mrs Kelly, Clifford Fields and family; W. J. Allen and family; Mr and Mrs H. L. Witham and MR and Mrs. M. R. Stallard.
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