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HUNTLEY, Mrs. Mary Sutton, church worker, born in La Hue county, Kentucky, 30th MARY SUTTON HUNTLEY A woman of the century (page 417 crop).jpgMARY SUTTON HUNTLEY. November, 1852. When she was yet an infant, her parents removed in 1853 to Iowa, and from there to Pawnee county, Neb., in 1857, where she grew to womanhood and where she still makes her home. She inherited from her father rare conversational powers and a winning address, and from her mother a courageous character and fidelity. She was for some time engaged as a teacher in the public schools. She was married in 1874. Since her eighteenth year she has been an enthusiastic worker in religious affairs. She has served as chairman and county organizer of Sunday-school associations and has conducted institutes, conventions and normal drills, and delivered many public addresses. Without regard to creed, she has striven to promote the general growth of a true and broad Christianity. Her work has been very rich in results. She has been a frequent contributor of poems, essays and various articles to different papers and periodicals and was for four years editor of a little paper in the interest of juvenile temperance. She is interested in and allied with all advanced reforms and educational movements. Mrs. Huntley has been the mother of three sons, two of whom are living