The 1940 Federal Census photo above shows us that Mollie R. Stevens is widowed and is living at 803 S. 1st St. in Canon City, CO, which is now my residence. In the 1940 Census her residence for 1935 was listed as "Same House" so I assume Mollie was widowed by 1935. In 1940 also living with Mollie, her daughters Virginia Lea and Betty LaVerne are widowed lodgers Sally F. Landon, age 88, born in Oklahoma, and Clementina M. Bunch, a widow born in 1863 in Iowa. It interests me that Mollie was born in Kansas, as I was. Another Kansas girl living in this house!
I haven't found further information about Sally F. Landon, but Clementina M. Bunch in 1910 was living in Teller County, CO with her miner husband Perry Morton, whom she married in 1907. Also in that household was Perry's mother Vlina Dyer, age 69, a widow born in Indiana.
By 1920 Clementina Bunch had become a widow and had moved to Canon City into a house she rented with her sister Della Morrison. In 1930 Della (age 74) and Clementina (age 67) continued their residence in their home at 923 Whipple Ave. in Canon City. Further research on Ancestry.com shows that Della passed away 17 Sep 1931 and Clementina moved into the house at 803 S. 1st St. with Mollie Stevens.
From the Colorado GenWeb Archives site I found the headstones of Perry and Clementina Bunch located in Lakeside Cemetery in Canon City, CO.