Ethel Mable Perkins Crippen Hill

June 24, 1875, Illinois.

April 22, 1962, La Mesa, California.

Ethel married James B. Crippen in 1896 in Limona, Florida. She seemed to be living with her two children, and her mother, Eva M. Perkins, in 1910 in Los Angeles County, California. She remarried to Oman (possibly Omar) G. Hill before 1920. Apparently she was still living in 1955 in Colville, Washington.

  1. Jesus Conquers Every Form
  2. Keep the Lovelight Burning
  3. Love Is the Key to Heaven
  4. O It’s Only a Few Short Years
  5. Our Friends, Whom We Love Most Dearly
  6. Some Day We Shall Stand
  7. Will Jesus Keep Me?