Missouri obituaries - daughters' names
I am reviewing a batch of Missouri obituaries https://www.familysearch.org/indexing/batch/2a621360-2f50-4523-8378-2e3352c3cd09.
In the first obituary the daughters of the deceased are listed by first name only. Then later in the same obituary, they are listed as Mrs. (Husband's Name). There is no way I can be sure which daughter goes with which husband, so what do I do? Do I index the daughters twice using first name only in one entry and Mrs (Husband's Name) in the second entry? Or do I pick one or the other of the name options? I thought about indexing the daughters by first names and then the husband's name as a son-in-law so that everything would be indexed, but that goes against the directions for indexing a name like "Mrs. J. E. Cresop" as just the woman.
As an added complication, immediately after the list of daughter's first names it says "The eldest, Mrs. Elzie Mitchell, passed away in 1926..." The indexer assumed that the daughters were listed in birth order and indexed Thelma's last name as Mitchell. They left the other two daughters surnames blank and did not index them by Mrs. (husband's name). I'm almost certain I shouldn't assume the first daughter listed was the eldest without any other evidence, because we "DON'T ASSUME". But I'm not sure how to handle the two name options for the daughters.
I'd appreciate clarification on how to handle this situation.