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Oklahoma County: The Daily Oklahoman, Monday, March 12, 1934

LITTLE, W. M. age 76, 56th and Sheilds blvd., passed away Sunday, March 11.
Survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Elsworth NEEDHAM and Mrs. Ed L. HISEL of Oklahoma City, four sons, H. G., P. E., and C. H. LITTLE of Oklahoma City and B.M. Little, Oakland, Calif.
Funeral arrangements later by the Capital Hill funeral home.
Submitted by Nalora Burns vashti@theshop.net

Stephens County: Duncan, Saturday, April 7, 1934

Submitters Note: There is no date on this clipping, but i believe it must have been in 1934. Frank was born in 1909 and he was 25 years old when he was killed.

Pilot Was Taking Ship To Ower On Pacific
Erle P. HALLIBURTON, Duncan oil man, said Saturday that Frank GLENNAN, killed Friday in an airplane crash near Guadalupe, Mexico, was his pilot and that he was returning a borrowed ship from Duncan to Glendale, California.
GLENNAN left Duncan Thursday and spent the night in El Paso, taking off from there Friday morning, his employer said. He had expected to reach Glendale, where his wife and two children live, last night.
HALLIBURTON was puzzled by the location of the crash, which he understood was southeast of El Paso and off the pilot's course. As far as he knew, GLENNAN was alone in the plane. He said GLENNAN had been flying for him several years and previously was employed as a pilot by an airline then owned by the oil man.
Submitted by: Anna Marie (Glennan) Wilson amwilson@brightok.net

Pottawatomie County: Tecumseh Leader, Monday, April 23, 1934

GERELDS New Hope community lost another one of its pioneer residents in the passing of Benjamin Franklin GERELDS, April 22, at 8:30 a.m.
Mr. GERELDS was born in Tennessee, May 22, 1850. He was 83 years and 11 months old. He was married to Mary E. STILES in 1881. He united with the Church of Christ in early manhood and lived a consistent christian life up to his passing. Was a member of the church at Tecumseh. He had lived at his farm three miles west of Tecumseh since January 1, 1895. He was loved and respected by his many friends and neighbors.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary E. GERELDS, one son, W. S. GERELDS, six daughters, Mrs. Nora MUSE of Keota, Okla., Mrs. Kate JACKSON of Calvin, Okla., Mrs. Ollie ROBISON and Mrs. Mattie FULLBRIGHT of Tecumseh. Misses Ruth and Sallie GERELDS at home, 25 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren.
Funeral Services were held at the family home Monday afternoon April 23. Rev. A. A. EWTON of Tecumseh with the choir of the Tecumseh church officiating. He was laid to rest in the New Hope cemetery to await the judgment.
The family sincerely thanks the many friends for the flora offering and to those who helped in any way in their hours of distress."
Submitted by: Betty Davis bmdavis@swbell.net

Kingfisher County: Kingfisher Times, Thursday, July 5, 1934

Ellen EBLE was born in Morgan County, Ill., December 8, 1855, and passed away at her home in Kingfisher, June 30, 1934. December 25, 1890, she was united in marriage to Orlando GOODWIN in Clinton, Ill. To this union were born five children, Mrs. E. A. BOURQUIN, Anton, and Paul, of Kingfisher, Donald of Sioux City, Iowa, and Theodore, who died in infancy.
The family moved to Oklahoma in 1907, locating on a farm northwest of Kingfisher. In 1925, Mr. and Mrs. GOODWIN moved to Kingfisher, where they resided until her death. Mrs. GOODWIN was an active member of the Methodist church.
Beside her husband and four children, she is survived by three grandchildren.
Services were held Monday afternoon from the Methodist church, Rev. Evanson officiating. Interment in Kingfisher cemetery, July 2.
Card Of Thanks For all the kindnesses and expressions of sympathy extended to us during our bereavement in the loss of our wife and mother, we are sincerely grateful. We thank everyone who assisted us in anyway. Orlando Goodwin and Family.
Submitted by Anton Goodwin  agoodwin@brigadoon.com

Carter County: The Daily_Ardmoreite, Thursday, August 16, 1934

The Daily Ardmoreite Thursday
To hold Rites for Deese Boy
Walter Wesley CHRISTIAN, 14, Dies Here As Result of Tetanus.
Funeral Services for Walter Wesley Christian, 14 year old son of Mrs.George W. Christian, Deese, who died in a local sanitarium early Thursday of Tetanus, will be held at Newport, Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock conducted by Rev. E.H.. Maddox, pastor of Carter Avenue Methodist church here. Bettes funeral home is in charge of arrangements.
In addition to his mother, the boy is survived by the following brothers and sisters, Henry Christian, Deese; Ed Christian, Pocasset; Mrs. Katie BUTLER, Enterprise; Mrs. Margaret POWERS, California; Mrs. Hilda GUINN, Parker; Mrs. May Belle MARTIN, Enterprise, and Mattie Christian, Deese.
Recorded as written, by Elnora Frances Cook-Wyrick ejwaa@worldnet.att.net