Glasco Sun, Cloud County, Kansas, Apr. 17, 1919, page 6:
Mrs. Purl Garst Dead
Josephine Garst, wife of Purl Garst died at her home in this city, Sunday morning after an attack of influenza which was followed by pneumonia. She is survived by her husband and two sons and her mother, Mrs. Edward Marcy, and a host of other friends. Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday afternoon and the burial was in Macyville cemetery.
Glasco Sun, Cloud County, Kansas, Apr. 24, 1919, page 8:
Macyville -- Mrs. Josephine Morsey Garst, who died at Glasco Sunday, was reared near Macyville, and has many relatives in this neighborhood to grieve her untimely death. Interment was in Macyville Cemetery, Wednesday at noon. Many friends were present to extend sympathy and respects.
Glasco Sun, Cloud County, Kansas, May 1, 1919, page 1:
Cora Josephine Marcy, daughter of Edward D. Marcy and Mary Ellen Marcy, was born in Summit township the 14th day of January, 1900, and died the 13th day of April, 1919, at her home in Glasco, being at the time of her death nineteen years, three months and thirteen days old.
She was united in marriage to Purl Samuel Garst, the 12th day of April, 1915. To this union were born two sons, Edward Garst, born August 27, 1917, and John Franklin Garst, born Feb. 24, 1919. She leaves to mourn her death, besides her husband and children, her mother, Mrs. Mary E. DuMars of Glasco, Kansas, two brothers, Joseph Marcy of Concordia and Henry Marcy of Glasco, also Julia D. Boatwright of Ozark, Mo., and Laura L. Boatwright of Glasco, and a number of relatives and friends.
The funeral services were conducted and interment was made in the Macyville cemetery by Elder W.H. Robb, on April 15, 1919.