ALBERT SAWIN DIES IN WEST
A telegram was received here last night, conveying word that Albert Sawin died Wednesday morning, at Hermiston, Oregon. No particulars were given. Undertaker W. F. Biglow was notified that the remains were to be brought here and that he would be notified later concerning funeral arrangements.
Mr. Sawin, who left here about four years ago, was fifty-seven years old. He was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and a post graduate of a Methodist theological school. Being born on Jug Prairie, and having spent his youth in this vicinity, he was well known in Evansville.
He is survived by the following relatives: Mrs. Frank Hyne, Mrs. Frank Tupper, Dr. C. M. Smith and James McCall, cousins, and Mrs. Julia Smith and Mrs. Jane Montgomery, aunts.
March 29, 1917, Evansville Review, p. 1, col. 4, Evansville, Wisconsin