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ETTER, KROPP, MEYERS, MORRISON, NUZZO

Comanche County: The Lawton Constitution, Tuesday, September 11, 1973

Kenneth E. ETTER, 51, a retired Fort Sill fireman, died at 10:50 a.m. Monday of injuries received when the pickup he was working under slipped off a jack and crushed his chest. The accident occurred at the ETTER's home some two hours earlier.
Funeral services will be Thursday (today) at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. Rev. Dennis MEYERS, Pastor of the Assembly of God Church, Fletcher, and Rev. KROPP, pastor of Or Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Sterling will officiate and burial will be ;in Fletcher Cemetery under Robins Funeral Home, Fletcher.
Mr. ETTER was born on January 15, 1922 in Rush Springs, Fletcher area. He served in the Army during World War II from 1942-45. He received the Purple Heart after being wounded in action with the 3rd Division 7th Army in Europe. He and Theresa NUZZO were married on December 13, 1945 in Lawton. He received a medical retirement from the Fort Sill Fire Department in 1965.
Survivors in addition to his wife include 2 sons; 1 daughter; 2 grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Ella ETTER MORRISON, Star Route, Lawton, 3 brothers, and 9 sisters.
Submitted by: Margie Etter MEtter39@aol.com Uncle of Sharon Burnett Crawford okbits@cox.net

ENNEN, HAVLOVIC, KNISLEY, MCCLURE, SLAGHT, SULLIVAN

Blaine County: Watonga Republican , Saturday, September 22, 1973

Watonga Republican
September 1973
Services For Jerry HAVLOVIC
Funeral services will be held for Jerry HAVLOVIC of Redding, California, at Greenfield Baptist Church at 10 a.m. Saturday morning, Sept. 22. HAVLOVIC is formerly from the Greenfield and Watonga area.

In Memory Of … Jerry HAVLOVIC
Funeral services for Jerry HAVLOVIC, 86, who died in Redding, Calif. Sept. 18, 1973 were held in the Greenfield Baptist Church at 10 a.m., Sept. 22, with the Rev. Allen Smith officiating. Interment was in IOOF Cemetery, Watonga.

HAVLOVIC was born to John and Katherine HAVLOVIC Nov. 24, 1886, in Schuyler, Neb. He was married to Maggie ENNEN. He was a member of the IOOF and had formerly lived in Greenfield and Watonga.
HAVLOVIC was preceded in death by his wife, Maggie and one son, Chester.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lucille SLAGHT, Redding and Mrs. Grace SULLIVAN, Durant; two sons, Willard, Okla. City and Don, Sesser, Ill; two sisters, Mrs. Annie MCCLURE, Idaho and Mrs. Julia KNISLEY, Chesapeake, Va.; two grandchildren and four-great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Michael Beall - mpbeall@rmci.net

CONNELL, DOZE, ETTER, VANDERGRIFF

Comanche County: The Lawton Constitution, Monday, October 1, 1973

Marlow (Staff) -- Funeral for Harold Ray (Butch) ETTER, 31, Marlow, who died Tuesday in a Duncan hospital, will be 2:30 Friday at the Fifth Street Baptist Church with Rev. Alvin MC CONNELL and Rev Bob DOZE officiating. Burial will be in the Bailey Cemetery with Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Mr. ETTER was born Jan. 14, 1942 at Bailey. he was married to Carolyn VANDERGRIFF in Lawton Aug. 12, 1961. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and was a truck driver. He was a member of the 1st Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife of the home; one daughter, his mother; 1 brother, John ETTER of Lawton; 3 sisters, 1 half-sister, and a step-sister.
Submitted by: Margie Etter MEtter39@aol.com

CROSSLIN

McClain County: Purcell Register, Saturday, October 6, 1973

James Charles CROSSLIN, age 82, of Lexington, Okla. died October 4, 1973 in the Purcell Municipal Hospital after an Extended Illiness.
Mr CROSSLIN was born May 6th, 1891 in Collinsville, Texas. He was a retired farmer coming to Lexington from Tisimingo, Oklahoma. He was a member of the Church of Christ in Lexington, Oklahoma.
Survivors include his wife of the home. Seven Daughters, two sons. One brother and 31 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were in the Church of Christ, Lexington, on Saturday, Oct. 6, 1973 at 4:00 p.m. with Bros. Ray Mayhue officiating and Steve Winn assisting. Pallbearers were grandsons who served as both active and honorary pallbears.   Interment was at the Lexington Cemetery with the Conner Funeral Home handling the funeral arrangements.
Submitter and  Researcher Birdie (Totty) McNutt  birdiemc@juno.com

EAKINS, ETTER, FLETCHER, MEYER, MORRISON, SEYMOUR, WALLACE

Comanche County: The Lawton Constitution, Sunday, November 18, 1973

FLETCHER (Staff)-- Mrs. Ella E. MORRISON, 75, of Star Route, Lawton, and a former longtime Fletcher resident, died at 2:15 a.m. Saturday in a Lawton nursing home after a long illness. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the First Baptist Church here. Rev. Dennis MEYER, pastor of the Fletcher Assembly of God Church, and Rev. Dale WALLACE, pastor of the Elgin Assembly of God Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Fletcher Cemetery under Direction of Robbins Funeral Home.
Born in Forney, Tex., on Oct. 7, 1898, Mrs MORRISON moved to Rush Springs in 1905, later lived in Arkansas before moving to Elgin in 1927 and moved to Fletcher in 1946. She was married first to William ETTER on June 21, 1917 in Chickasha. Mr. ETTER died on Jan. 13, 1961. She then was married to Charlie MORRISON on March 6, 1964 in Wichita Falls, Tex.
Survivors in addition to her husband of the home include 9 daughters, 3 sons, 1 sister, Mrs. Nellie EAKINS, Elgin; 3 brothers: George and Edd SEYMOUR, both of Rush Springs, and Henry SEYMOUR, Fletcher; 68 grandchildren; 65 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Submitted and Researched by Margie Etter
Note From OKbits host: I am one of those 68 grandchildren

BURNETT, MCMAHAN

Comanche County: The Lawton Constitution, Wednesday, January 16, 1974

Earnest Waldo BURNETT, 59, died Tuesday at his residence following a short illness. Funeral will be at 2 p.m Thursday in the Robbins Funeral Home Chapel, Fletcher. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Lawton.
Mr. BURNETT was born Sept. 14,1914 in Roff and moved to Elgin in 1945. He was a World War II veteran and a farmer. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Warren MCMAHAN, Elgin; and two brothers, L.B. of Elgin and Levi BURNETT of Apache.
Note: E.W Burnett died January 15, 1974
Submitted by niece: Sharon Burnett Crawford okbits@cox.net

BALLEN, THOMAS

Oklahoma County: The Daily Oklahoman, Thursday, January 31, 1974

Mrs Sarah Agnes THOMAS,90, of 2808 N W Park, died Wednesday in St Anthony Hospital after a short illness. Services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Smith and Kernke Funeral Home with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.
A native of Morgan County, Mo, she moved to Okemah in 1918 and later came to Oklahoma City in 1937. She was a member of Eastern Star and Crestwood Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Eva Bennett and Mrs Effie Cook; three sons, Sidney, Leo, and Eugene; a sister, Mrs Ora BALLEN; 14 grandchildren, 38 greagrandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Peggy Thomas Villanueva dlzj71a@prodigy.com

BOYD, SUITOR

Pottawatomie County: Shawnee News-Star, Friday, February 1, 1974

Tecumseh
Orice E. (Yank) BOYD, 79 died in a Shawnee hospital Wednesday night following a four week illness. Services are set for 2 pm Friday in the Cooper Funeral Chapel in Tecumseh. Interment will be in Resthaven Cemetary. The casket will be open until funeral time but not afterwards.
Born May 23, 1894 in Tulia, Tex. Mr. Boyd came to Oklahoma in 1910 and lived in Stonewall and Earlsboro before coming to Tecumseh in 1932. He was a member of the First Christian Church, Tecumseh, and was a retired plumber. Mr. Boyd married the former Thelma Partain on Dec 22, 1920 in Tupelo, Oklahoma. He is preceded in death by a son, Phillip Ray.
Survivors include his wife Thelma at the home, two daughters, Annie Laura Boyd, Oklahoma City and Sue SUITOR, Tecumseh. A son, Orice E. Boyd Jr, Emporia KS and four grandsons.
Cooper Funeral Chapel, Tecumseh is in charge of arrangements.

ALLEN, MCADAMS, MORSE, RHODES, SHOOK, WHITEHYRST

Caddo County: The Hydro Review, Thursday, February 14, 1974

Anadarko News
Napleon RHODES
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Spring Creek Cemetery for Napleon B. RHODES, 59, of Heraldsburg. Calif., who died there Tuesday. There will be full military rites with Smith Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements.
A native of Arkansas, RHODES has lived in California most of his life. He had done ranch work since his retirement.
Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. E.P. ALLEN of Heraldsburg. Mrs. Troy WHITEHYRST of Asti. Calif., Mrs. Harry MORSE of San Rafael, Calif., and Mrs. J.E. SHOOK of Gracemont; two brothers, W.L. of Tulare, Calif., and Riley of Mill Valley, one niece, Mrs. J.D. MCADAMS of Gracemont and one nephew, Billy SHOOK, also of Gracemont.

SELF, TOLBERT

Caddo County: The Hydro Review, Thursday, February 14, 1974

W.A. SELF
Cement.- William Austin SELF, 69, a 43 year-old resident of Cement, died early today in Grady Hospital in Chickasha. Services wil be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Assembly of God Church at Cement with the pastor Rev Dan TOLBERT officiating. Arrangements are under direction of the Robbins Funeral Home of Fletcher.
Survivors include his widow, Mary Belle, of the home; one daughter and three sons. Four sisters.

BARNETT, BEDDO, CLAUNCH, FORMAN, RAY, STANDRIDGE

McClain County: Purcell Register, Thursday, March 7, 1974

Dibble Rites for Leonard BARNETT were Saturday
Funneral services were held Saturday in the Freewill Baptist Church in Dibble for Leonard Barnett, 78, who died on Febuary 28. Rev. Don Bates, officiated assisted by Rev. Ora Adams and Rev. John Ballard. Interment was in the Dibble cemetery under the dirsection of Eisenhour Funeral Home.
The son of Eli and Phoebe Barnett, he was born January 1, 1896 at Big Sandy, Indian Territory. He was united in marriage to Carrie FORMAN in 1923. To this union was born one daughter, Ruth Helen RAY of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his wife Carrie.
On Febuary 26, 1963, he married Roxie CLAUNCH.
Survivors include his wife Roxie of the home, one daughter, Ruth Helen RAY of Albuqerque, N. M.; three stepsons and three step daughters, one brother, O. M. Barnett of Depew, two sister Elizabeth STANDRIDGE of Coalgate; Effie BEDDO of Norman; 15 granndchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. He was a member of the American Legion Post 42 for 38 years. He was baptized into the Baptist Church at the age of 13. His hobby was making minature wagons and buggies. Pall bearers were Herbert BEDDO, Jim STANDRIDGE, Chester BARNETT, Eli BARNETT, Clyde BARNETT, Leroy BARNETT, all nephews.
Submitted by Jean Brand JBrand1056@aol.com

LEWIS

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Friday, May 10, 1974

Dorothy S. LEWIS, age 79, died Friday morning in Guthrie. She was born in Guthrie Oct. 20, 1894. She graduated from college in Stillwater in 1916. Mrs. LEWIS moved to Ohio for 20 years and returned to Guthrie in 1939. She was a retired Welfare Department worker.

FRANK, GREGOR, HARRISON, LAWSON, NICHOLS, OWENS, POTEET, PRUCHA, RYAN, WADLOW

Pawnee County: The Pawnee Chief, Thursday, August 1, 1974

GREGOR service held here Monday
FRANK GREGOR, native Pawneean, 65, passed away at a local hospital Saturday, July 27, following a heart attack earlier in the week. Services were held Monday afternoon.
Born in Pawnee on March 17, 1909 to Joseph and Frances PRUCHA GREGOR, he has been a lifetime resident of the Pawnee area.
He married Bessie Wilma HARRISON in Pawnee on October 3, 1929 and she survives as do 4 sons and 2 daughters: Frankie Joe GREGOR of Watertown, N.Y.; Alma June WADLOW and Mrs. Wayne NICHOLS, both of Pawnee; Dale GREGOR of Mannford; Forrest GREGOR of Anchorage, Alaska and Gary GREGOR of Cleveland. Also surviving are 18 grandchildren and a great grand- daughter plus 3 brothers and 2 sisters:  Joe GREGOR and Mrs. Helen RYAN, both of Pawnee; Bill GREGOR of Cleveland; Bert GREGOR of Enid and Mrs. Elsie LAWSON of Perry.
He was a mechanic for many years in Pawnee until his health forced him into semi-retirement. He maintained a small shop at his home and did small repair and mechanical repair jobs for many Pawneeans over the past 10 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church.
The Rev. Jack OWENS officiated at the service at 2:00 p.m. Monday, July 29, at the POTEET Funeral Chapel and interment was in Highland cemetery under the direction of the POTEET Funeral Home.
Submitted by Phyllis Hill phill@redrock.net

GOODE, HUGHES, KLEPPER, LOVETT, SMITH

Greer County: Mangum Daily Star, Thursday, August 8, 1974

Mrs. HUGHES, 65, Rites Held Monday
Mrs. Bill HUGHES, 65, died suddenly at her home on Thursday night, August 1, 1974. Funeral services were conducted at 2:30 p.m. Monday in Lovett Funeral Chapel with Jim LOVETT officiating. Internment was in Riverside Cemetery.
Gladys Viola HUGHES was born August 1, 1909 at Brinkman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph SMITH. She was a beautician for a number of years and later worked as a floral designer. She was married to Bill HUGHES at Mangum on February 3, 1934.
Surviving are her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Jim KLEPPER, Ada, a grandson, Brad, also of Ada and two brothers, Gene SMITH of Mangum and Joe SMITH of Albuquerque, N.M.
Submitted by: Wanda Nasg GOODE wngoode@infinitytx.net

CARROLL, CRAWFORD, HENRY, LUTES, STEWART, UNDERWOOD

Delaware County: The Grove Sun, Thursday, August 15, 1974

Clyde UNDERWOOD, born near Kansas, Oklahoma May 22, 1908, died in Perry, OK August 10, at age of 66.
He was married to Elsie HENRY, Carson City, Nevada, August 11, 1971. They made their home near Jay, OK.
He was a retired chef from Pacific Union College in Angwin, California. He was a veteran of WW II and member of Calvary Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Elsie of the home, one brother, Roy UNDERWOOD of Jay, OK; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Underwood LUTES, Jay and Mrs. Opal STEWART, Fresco, California.
Funeral service were at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 13 in the Baptist Church in Jay, with Rev. Hoyt CARROLL and Rev. Loyd CRAWFORD officiating. Military rites were in the Duffield Cemetery in Jay by the Grove American Legion Post. Worley Funeral Home in charge.

BOYD, CRAWFORD, SLIMKINS, WARNER

Delaware County: The Grove Sun, Thursday, August 29, 1974

John Henry WARNER, was born May 6, 1895 in Omaha, Nebraska, and passed away at the Grove General Hospital, August 19, 1974. He was 79 years old. He was married to Gladys (?SLIMKINS) in 1937 at Stroud, OK. They retired to Grove 18 years and made their home in the Zena community.
He is survived by his wife Gladys of the home; a son, Donald Eugene WARNER, one sister, Mrs. Victor BOYD; four brothers; Charlie WARNER, Arthur WARNER, Roy WARNER, and Walter (Dutch) WARNER, one grandson and many nieces and nephews.
Services were held at the Worley Funeral Home Chapel, 10 a.m., Wednesday, with Rev. Loyd CRAWFORD officiating. Interment in the Memorial Park, Tulsa, OK. with Worley Funeral Home in charge.

BANKS, BOYD, BURNETT, CAMPBELL, ESTLE, HEFFELMAN, HEFFRLMAN, KIDD, MAHAN, MASH

Delaware County: The Grove Sun, Thursday, August 29, 1974

John Elmer BURNETT, born in Jacket, Missouri, May 7, 1882, died in the Grove General Hospital August 19th, at the age of 92.
He married Ina Mae ESTLE, Sept. 5, 1909 in Arkansas. They moved to Grove,OK where he was in the produce and grocery business. She proceeded in death on June 22, 1942.
He later married Pearl HEFFELMAN on Dec. 31, 1950 in Bentonville, Arkansas.
He was a member of the 1st Christian Church of Grove. He is survived by his wife Pearl of the home, one son, Corwine BURNETT, one daughter, Mrs. Nadine CAMPBELL, 2 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, One brother, Nathaniel BURNETT, ; 2 sisters, Mrs. Homer BANKS and Mrs. Clyde MAHAN ; one stepson, Wayne HEFFRLMAN, and two stepdaughters, Mrs. Ermon BOYD and Mrs. Roy KIDD and 7 step grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Aug. 22 in the Worley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bob MASH officiating. Interment in the Rea Ridge, AR City Cemetery with Worley Funeral Home in charge.

BALL, BURKS, HILLEY, YOUNG

Beckham County: The Sayre Daily, Headlight-Journal, Wednesday, October 30, 1974

Mrs. Martha BURKS
April 14, 1897-Oct 27, 1974
Mrs. Martha Lee Ellen BURKS, 77, of Sayre, OK formerly of Abilene, who died Sunday morning, Oct 27 in a nursing home there, were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct 30 in the Elliot-Hamil Chapel of Memories. Born April 14, 1897 in Weedowee, Randolph, AL, she lived in Abilene 35 years and moved to Olney three years ago. She moved to Sayre in June. Her husband preceded her in death.
Survivors include four sons: Guy, Louis L., Bobbie Noel and John D.
Six daughters: Leona, Lottie, Ruth, Deloris, Birtha and Georgia.
Two stepdaughters: Artie and Zettie. A stepson: Clyde. Two brothers, two sisters, 47 grandchildren and over 100 Great Grandchildren.
Submitters note - Martha Lee Ellen YOUNG was the daughter of John Lewis YOUNG and Nancy Melissa BALL. Her #1 hus: James William HILLEY proceeded her in death in 1944.
Submitted by Joy Goade Zowie - rjzowie@awesomenet.net 

CAMPBELL, COOVER, GOODRICH, YORK

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Tuesday, December 24, 1974

Services for James Almon YORK, 82, retired farmer and peace officer are planned for 2 p.m. Thursday at Davis Funeral Home with the Rev. J. Cecil COOVER of Midwest City. Mr. YORK died Monday morning at a Guthrie Nursing Home.
He was born in Kansas on Aug. 21, 1892 and moved to Logan Co. as a child. He was a member of West Guthrie United Methodist Church and a former Guthrie policeman, a deputy sheriff and retired farmer. He married Leona CAMPBELL on November 29, 1921 in Guthrie.
Survivors include his wife; one sister, Mrs. Norman GOODRICH, Arcadia. He was preceded in death by his parents and 10 brothers and sisters.
Researched by Billy Hightower b-hightower1@ti.com

FIELDS, HARRISON, JAMES, JONES, LEGRANDE, POTEET, PUCKETTE, TODD, WHITLOW

Pawnee County: The Pawnee Chief, Wednesday, February 26, 1975

R. B. WHITLOW Services Held Here Monday
Pioneer Pawneean, Robert Burns (Bob) WHITLOW, 91, died here Friday, Feb. 21 and funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 24. He is survived by 68 living descendants.
Born August 31, 1883, in Hume, Mo., he has lived in Pawnee since 1898. He married Edna Mae HARRISON on Oct. 7, 1907, at Stillwater and she passed away July 16, 1973. He was a member of the First Christian church of Pawnee.
Survivors include 4 daughters and 2 sons: Mrs. Mildred TODD and Zane WHITLOW, both of Pawnee; Mrs. Ruth PUCKETTE of Hodgens, Okla; Mrs. Grace LEGRANDE of Skiatook; Earl WHITLOW of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Hankie JAMES of Hominy. Three sons preceded him in death.
Also surviving are 23 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren plus a brother and sister: Jess WHITLOW of Ponca City and Mrs. Maude FIELDS of Bucklin, Kans.
The Revs. Gregory WHITLOW and Dr. Albert JONES officiated at the service at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, at the POTEET Funeral Chapel. Interment was in Highland cemetery under direction fo the POTEET Funeral Home.
Submitted by Phyllis Hill  phill@redrock.net

CAPPS, JACKSON, LEE

Kiowa County: Hobart Democrat Chief, Tuesday, March 18, 1975

Jackson Rites Wednesday at Hobart Church
Funeral services for Robert Lewis JACKSON, retired county farmer, will be at 2 P.M. Wednesday in Washington Street Baptist Church with the Rev. Joel Cook officiating.
Burial under direction of Peoples Funeral Home, Lone Wolf, in the Hobart Cemetery.
Born Sept. 29, 1890 in Charlie, Texas, Jackson died Monday morning at Elkview General Hospital.
He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Hattie CAPPS and Mrs. Estell LEE of OK; four sons, Delbert Jackson, OK; Calvin Jackson, OK; Burrel Jackson, Alaska; Lewis Jackson, Calif.; six brothers; three sisters; 47 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren.
Submitted & Researched by Barb Russell maruss@willapabay.org

ALLEN, DENNY, DEWART, GUMERSON, HADLOCK, HIXON, HUFFER, KERFOOT, KESSLER, LARY, MILAM, SIMPSON, WREDE

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Wednesday, May 7, 1975

Services for Vern A. SIMPSON, 72, a Guthrie area resident since 1907, are scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday in Smith Memorial Chapel. The Rev. Hugh Holland of the First Christian Church will officiate and burial will be in Summit View cemetery., directed by Smith Funeral Home. Simpson died Tuesday at Logan County Memorial Hospital.
He was born August 21, 1902 at Brookfield, MO. and came to the Guthrie area in 1907. A retired railroad employee and farmer, he belonged to the First Christian Church, Guthrie Lodge No. 35 AF & M and the Guthrie Consistory.
Survivors include his wife, Mildred; one daughter, Mrs. Ed (Ramona) HADLOCK, Wyo.; one son, Ernest A. SIMPSON, Guthrie; and eight grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers will be Charles ALLEN. L.R. MILAM, Harold KERFOOT, Mack KESSLER, Don WREDE and Jack HUFFER. Active pallbearers will be members of the First Chrisitan Church Board, Robert DEWART, Jon GUMERSON, Charles HIXON, Clyde DENNY, Ed HADLOCK and Laurence LARY.
Those wishing to honor his memory may do so with contributions to the First Christian Church Memorial Fund.
This family is researched by Robin Nelson rnelson53@hotmail.com

CRONIN, CUNNINGHAM, SCHMIEDBAUER, SMITH, SOULEK

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Wednesday, May 7, 1975

Funeral mass for John Matthew Scmiedbauer(sic), 75, Mulhall area farmer, is planned for 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church with the Rev. John A. Petuskey officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn cemetery, Mulhall, directed by Parker Funeral Home, Perry. Rosary service will be held at 8 p.m. Thurday at Davis Funeral Home in Guthrie.
SCHMIEDBAUER died unexpectedly Tuesday, at his home on Route 2, Mulhall. He was born Feb. 18, 1900 at Mulhall and lived there all of his life. On Sept. 29, 1934, he was married to Hila SMITH at Guthrie. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church.
Survivors are his wife; tow(sic) sons, Dean and Bill Schmeidbauer, both of Okla. City; three daughters, Mrs. R.E. (Mary) CUNNINGHAM, OK; Mrs. R.G (Doris) CRONIN; Mrs. A.W. (Joy) SOULEK; all of OK.; two brothers, Sebastian S. Scmiedbauer adn William Schmiedbauer, both of Colo. and 11 grandchildren.

CONARD, HARRIS

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Wednesday, May 7, 1975

Services for Louis CONARD, 66, retired Custodian of the First National Bank, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Mount Olive Baptist Church. The Reb I. Burleigh, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in Summit View cemetery, directed by Smith Funeral Home.
Conard, whose home was at 521 S. Broad, died Monday at Logan County Memorial Hospital. He was born at Talihina on May 11, 1908.
Survivors include his wife, Nettie; two stepsons, Emmitt HARRIS, Colo. and Willie HARRIS, OK; two sisters, Willie CONARD, Kans. and Lillian CONARD, Ok.; a brother, Andy CONARD, OK; 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

GOODE, HUGHES, KLEPPER, LOVETT, SMITH

Greer County: Mangum Daily Star, Thursday, September 11, 1975

HUGHES Funeral services for E. W. (Bill) HUGHES, retired Mangum mechanic, were held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Lovett Funeral Chapel with Jim LOVETT officiating. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery.
In failing health for a number of years, HUGHES became seriously ill in April and died Thursday night, September 4, 1975. He was born at Cumming City, Georgia on November 26, 1900, the son of William Sterling and Lillie Pearl HUGHES. He was married to Gladys SMITH on February 3, 1934 at Mangum. She preceded him in death on August 1, 1974. He had been retired as a mechanic since 1965.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Jim KLEPPER and one grandson, Brad KLEPPER, of Ada.
Submitted by: Wanda Nasg GOODE wngoode@infinitytx.net

ATTEBERY, KRIEL, MCCASLIN

Oklahoma County: The Oklahoma County News, Thursday, October 30, 1975

Oklahoma County News, T. O. ATTEBERY died Sunday
Services for Thomas Oscar Attebury, 93, Perkins, were held Wednesday at the Luther First Christian Church with burial at Luther Cemetery under the direction of Baggerley Funeral Home of Edmond. He died Sunday in a Stillwater Nursing home.
Born in Kansas, Attebury moved to the Luther area in 1903 and to the Cushing-Perkins area in 1971. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Luther First Christian Church.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Nellie MCCASLIN and a niece, Mrs. Olive KRIEL both of OK.
Submitted by Nalora Burns vashti@theshop.net
Research by Sharon McAllister 73372.1745@compuserve.com

BALES, MARTIN, MAYS, MCCULLOUGH, MEYERS, NICHOLS, SCOTT

Washita County: The Cordell Beacon, Thursday, November 6, 1975

W.G. BALES, ex-county man, died in Kansas
William Guy Bales, 75, who grew up in Washita county north of Mr. View, died Friday, Oct. 31, at a hospital in Independence, Kansas, where he lived.
He was born at Greenville, Tenn. in 1900 and came with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. David Bales to Mt. View.
Funeral was held Monday in Nazarene Church at Independence, Kan. The body was brought to Bethany where burial services were conducted at the Resurrection Memorial cemetery Monday.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Edith Bales,; three sons, Kendall, Leslie, and Jimmy Ray; two daughters, Mrs. Bella Maie NICHOLS and Mrs. Norman Lee MARTIN; four sisters, Mrs. Selma SCOTT, Mrs. Thomas MCCULLOUGH, both of Okla.; Mrs. Opal MAYS of Calif. and Mrs. Sarah MEYERS of Calif.; four brothers, Everett of Okla., Elviern of Kan. and Colt and O.D. of Okla.

CUTRIGHT, MUSIC

Washita County: The Cordell Beacon, Thursday, November 6, 1975

Ruth CUTRIGHT MUSIC, 71, died Saturday, Nov. 1, in Cordell. She was born Sept. 26, 1904 in Wheeling, W.Va.
Services were held Tuesday in the Elk Creek Primitive Baptist Church, west of Cordell. Burial was in the Uyrual cemetery with Peoples Funeral Home of Lone Wolf in charge.
She is survived by her husband, John Music; two sons, Clifford of Calif. and Robert of Okla.; four brothers, Rual Cutright of Okla.; Cecil Cutright of Calif; Coy of OK; and Ura of OK; a sister, Mrs. Nona Cutright, 10 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

DOUGHTERTY, SPRADIN, WILMETH, WRATHER

Washita County: The Cordell Beacon, Thursday, November 6, 1975

R.H. WILMETH, Dill City, dies
Richard H. Wilmeth, 82, of Dill City died Nov, 4 in his home.
Wilmeth was born Feb. 25, 1893, in Belle county, Texas and married Susie SPRADIN on Sept. 22, 1916, at Canute. Memeber of the Sentinel Masonic Lodge and the Dill City American Legion and a veteran of World War 11.
Survivors include his wife, Susie; two sons Joe and Wallace of Texas; two daughters, Dorothy WRATHER and Eileen DOUGHTERTY, of Okla.; 10 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

GREEN, SLACK

Washita County: The Cordell Beacon, Thursday, November 6, 1975

James D. GREEN of Canute dies.
James Daniel Green, 88 of Canute died in OK City Oct 30.
he was born Aug. 6, 1887, in Mantague county, Texas and moved to Washita county as a small child. He married Montie Lee SLACK at Sayre and she preceded him in death.

DALE, SIPE

Washita County: The Cordell Beacon, Thursday, November 6, 1975

Former countian dies in Elk City
Joseph Richard SIPE, 79, of Elk City died Nov. 2 in Clinton.
He was born Oct. 31, 1896, in Anderson, Ark. and married Galdys Lean DALE in Guion, Ark. They moved to Bessie in 1927 and then to Foss.

HART, HASTINGS, IGO, JONES, MORRIS, PHILLIPS, WHITTENBERY

Washita County: The Cordell Beacon, Thursday, November 6, 1975

Troy O. PHILLIPS Claimed by Death
Troy Oliver Phillips, 73, Cordell farmer, died Saturday Nov. 1 at Cordell.
He was born in Custer county Aug. 18, 1902 and moved the the Page community in 1906. He was married to Docial M. WHITTENBERY on Dec. 19, 1924. The couple moved ot Elk City where they lived when Mrs. Phillips died in 1961.
Phillips moved to Cordell in 1965 and married Fannie IGO in December 1966.
Services were held Nov. 3, in Cordell. Burial was in the Fairlawn cemetery of Elk City with Hartronft Funeral Home in charge.
He is survived by his wife Fannie; two sons, O.E. Phillips of Calif. and Jerry of N.M.; a daughter, Jeanne MORRIS of LA.; a brother, Noah Phillips of Foss; there sisters, Mrs. Gertrude HASTINGS of N.M.; Mrs. O.C. HART of Okla.; Mrs. Ethel JONES of Okla.; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild
This family researched by Derwood Johnson TOWDAL@aol.com

DAWSON, FENTON, HAWKINS, LESCO, PATRICK, WATERS

Creek County: The Drumright Journal , Thursday, January 29, 1976

Rites Set For Sam PATRICK
Long time citian, Sam C. PATRICK, 76, died Tuesday morning, Jan. 27 in Drumright Memorial Hospital. He had been in poor health since May 1975. Mr. PATRICK was born December 3, 1899 in Allen, OK where he had moved from over 30 years ago to Drumright and was retired from the Atlantic Richfield Pipeline Co. He resided at 945 W. Wood and was a member of the United Methodist church. Funeral services set at 10'clock a.m Friday January 30 ath the United Methodist church with the Rev. Don WATERS officiating. Burial at the Allen Cemetery. He is surivied by his wife Oma of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Don LESCO, Cheyenne, Wyo. and Mrs. Ben FENTON of Tulas; two sons, J.L. PATRICK of Ft. Worth, TX and L.P. PATRICK, of Marietta, OK.; three brothers, Jess PATRICK of Allen, Arthur PATRICK of Calif. and Elmer PATRICK of Albuguerque, N.M.; two sisters, Mrs. Effie DAWSON of Cleveland and Mrs. Fannie HAWKINS of Painview, TX.; ten grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
This family researched by: Dwayne Gabrial dwayneg@thegrid.net

DOLLAR, GORBET, KIMBALL, LOVE, NORTON, SLAPE, VINCENT, WIGGINS

Carter County: The Daily_Ardmoreite, Sunday, April 11, 1976

Robert Lee VINCENT
Services for Robert Lee VINCENT will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Harvey Funeral Chapel with Rev. Joe WIGGINS, Emmanuel Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.
VINCENT, 25 4th NE, died in the Sulphur Veteran's Hospital April 8 after a lengthy illness.
He was born Nov. 1, 1887 in Durwood. He had lived in Ardmore since 1955, coming here from Kilgore, Texas.
His wife, Grace, preceded him in death in 1955. VINCENT was a veteran of WWI. Survivors include a brother, Willie KIMBALL of Neb.; two sisters, Lillie SLAPE and Bertha GORBET both of Ardmore.
Serving as bearers will be Donald VINCENT, Bobby DOLLAR, Ray LOVE, Mose LOVE, Earl LOVE, and Denham NORTON.

ADAIR, BERRY, BICKFORD, EMDE, GRAHAM, HENDERSON, HILL, KALISTER, KITCHEN, LITTLE, SALLEE, THURMAN

Carter County: The Daily_Ardmoreite, Sunday, April 11, 1976

Services for Frank KALISTER will be 10 a.m. Monday in the Harvey Funeral Chapel with Dr. George GRAHAM, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Park.
KALISTER, 912 South Commerce, died April 9 after a lengthy illness. He was born August 20, 1900 in Brazil, and had lived here since 1964, coming here from Louisville, Colo.
A retired coalminer, he was a member of the United Mineworkers of America.
Survivors include a son, Dave of Ardmore; two step-daughters, Mrs. Barbee BERRY of Louisville, Colo., Mrs. Iris KITCHEN of Marina Del Ray, Calif.; three grandchildren; and one great grandson. Serving as bearers will be John ADAIR, Terry LITTLE, J.W. EMDE, Harry BICKFORD, Darrell SALLEE and Gene HILL.

Services for Quinton THURMAN will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Chapel of Goodrich Funeral Home.

Randolph HENDERSON Services are pending for Randolph H. HENDERSON, 622 E. Main, who died Saturday morning in a local hospital following a lengthy illness. A retired employee of Colvert's Dairy, he is survived by his wife, Tempie of the home.

BASSETT, KNOX, MORGAN, ROUSE

Beckham County: The Beckham County Democrate, Thursday, May 13, 1976

Beckham County Democrat - Erick, OK
Early Day Resident French Morgan Final Rites Held
Funeral services for Mr. French MORGAN were held here in the Fatheree-Albert Chapel on Saturday, May 8, 1976, at 10:30 a.m. Officiating for the service was Rev. Walter KNOX. Mr. Morgan died at his home on Wednesday, May 5, 1976.
Born Dec. 18, 1901, at Greenville, Texas, to John B. and Francis Elizabeth ROUSE MORGAN, he had been a Beckham County resident since 1904. He was married to Rebecca Mae BASSETT on Nov. 17, 1928, at Wheeler, Texas. Following their marriage they made their home at Erick. He was a farmer, and a member of the Masonic Lodge.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; five sons, H. D., Eddie L., J. B., Earl F., and Robert A. ; two sisters, Winnie and one brother, Roy Morgan, of Albuquerque, N.M.; 17 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.
Pall bearers were Mark Morgan, Nelson Morgan, David Morgan, Scott Morgan, Gary Monroe, and Bobby Bruner.
Burial was in the Erick Cemetery under the direction of the Fatheree-Albert Funeral Home.
Submitted by: David Morgan dmorgan@efn.org

MCGEE, NAPIER

Carter County: The Daily_Ardmoreite, Monday, July 19, 1976

Services for Billy Jack NAPIER, 100 Campbell, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Bettes Chapel with Bro. MCGEE of the Church of Christ in Tahlequah officiating. Burial at Ada Memorial Park Cemetery with graveside services at 2 p.m. Mr. NAPIER, 46, died July 15 in a car accident.
He was born September 30, 1928 in Maude, Oklahoma and had lived in Ardmore for the last three months, coming from Tahlequah. He was a cook for a local restaurant and a veteran of WWII and the Korean War, serving the Navy.
Survived by a son Jack Slade NAPIER of Tahlequah; two brothers, Lon of Ardmore and Gene of Chula Vista, CA and an uncle Eddie R. NAPIER.

BURNETT, MCMAHAN

Comanche County: The Lawton Constitution, Sunday, January 30, 1977

Funeral for L.B. BURNETT, 55, former Lawton resident who was found dead of apparent natural causes Monday morning in the yard of his home near Lake Eufaula, is pending with Glascock-Greenlawn Funeral Home.
Mr. BURNETT was born March 14, 1922 in Ada. He had been a Lawton resident since 1940 and was employed for many years by Hulen Construction Company. He moved to Chickasha several years ago and then to the lake two years ago. Survivors include five sons; Don, David, Melvin, Glen and Johnny ; three daughters; Geneva, Sharon and Kathy: one brother, Levi, Apache; one sister, Mrs. Violet MCMAHAN, Elgin, and nine grandchildren.
Note: L.B. Burnett died January 29, 1977
Submitted by daughter: Sharon Burnett Crawford okbits@cox.net

CHESSAR, COMBS, EDWARDS, FARMER, ISSACS, MCADOO, PINKSTON

Pottawatomie County: Shawnee News-Star, Sunday, May 1, 1977

Services for Marvin C. COMBS, of Terrell, were held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Anderson Clayton Chaple Terrell, with Rev A.J. Fineout and Rev Charles Lee Williamson officiating. Interment was in Oakland Memorial Park.
Mr COMBS was born Jan. 10, 1890 to the late H. P. COMBS and Rebecca MCADOO COMBS in Athens Tenn. Mr COMBS moved to Seminole County as a boy and was a resident there before moving to Terrell three years ago. He was a retired Farmer and oil field worker and was married to Julia A. PINKSTON in 1915. Mr. COMBS was a member of the Baptist Church and the Masonic Lodge.
Survivors include his wife, Julia A. COMBS of the home; one daughter, Reba FARMER, Terrell; one grandson Mason D. FARMER, Dallas; two brothers Sam COMBS, Shawnee, Roy COMBS, Amarillo, Texas; five sisters, Add SLISLlGER, Modesto, Calif.; Crate CHESSAR, Seminole; Rilla ISSACS, Tracy, Calif.; Minnie ISSACS, El Reno; Josie EDWARDS, Tuson, Ariz.; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Extraction and Capitalization by Birdie (Totty) McNutt birdiemc@juno.com

GEORGE, NICHOLS, WILCOX

Harmon County: The Hollis News, Wednesday, September 28, 1977

Garland L WILCOX, 89, of Hollis, died Thursday, Sept 22 at Harmon Memorial Hospital in Hollis.
WILCOX was born December 10, 1887 at Temple, TX and came to Hollis in 1924. He was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors included: two daughters, Mrs. Ruby GEORGE, Mrs Dorothy NICHOLS; three sons, Grady WILCOX,   Raymond WILCOX and Olen WILCOX; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Submitted by: Kay Frank DukeandKay@worldnet.att.net

GRIFFITH, JACKSON, LEE

Cleveland County: The Daily Transcript, Norman, Wednesday, October 5, 1977

Wilton A. JACKSON, 79, Hartshorne, died this morning in a Norman Municipal Hospital. Services will be conducted Friday at 1:30 p.m. in Primrose Chapel, with burial at Lexington Cemetery. A Flag presentation will be given by the American Legion Post #88.
Mr. JACKSON was born June 21, 1898 in Belcherville, Texas. He was a framer and rancher, a Vet of WWI U.S. Army and a Baptist.
He is survived by two half brothers, Calvin GRIFFITH of Hartshorne and Bennie LEE of Wichita, Kansas and a number of nieces and nephews.

CRACKENBERGER

Tulsa County: The Tulsa Tribune, Wednesday, October 12, 1977

A. Hoyt CRACKENBERGER, 79, died Monday.
He was survived by his wife, Kathleen; one daughter Florice; a brother, Fred; a sister Gladys; two grandchildren>
Services at Stanley Memorial Chapel, Cremation to follow.

COLEMAN, DICKERSON

Tulsa County: The Tulsa Tribune, Wednesday, October 12, 1977

Earl DICKERSON, 74, died Monday. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; a daughter, Dolores; a step-son, C.H. COLEMAN; 2 grandchildren.
American Legion Graveside Service, Memorial Park, Moores.
Researched by A. Mickey amickey@worldnet.att.net

LUNSFORD

Tulsa County: The Tulsa Tribune, Wednesday, October 12, 1977

Robert Lee LUNSFORD, Jr., 85, of Cleveland. Services at United Methodist Church , burial at Woodlawn Cemetery under the direction of Chapman-Blacks, Cleveland.

OWEN

Tulsa County: The Tulsa Tribune, Wednesday, October 12, 1977

Lulu W. OWEN, 91, of Wagoner, died Monday. She is survived by two daughters, Ruth and Grace; a sister, Millie; two grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren.
Burial at Floral Haven Cemetery.

FRANCIS, GILMORE, MCDONALD, TUCKER

Oklahoma County: Harrah News, Friday, December 23, 1977

Harrah--Ellot TUCKER, 74, Choctaw, died Thursday at a Midwest City nursing home. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at First Church of the Nazarene, Midwest City, with burial in Memorial Lane Cemetery directed by Wilson-Smith Funeral Home.
She was born at Hominy and moved to Choctaw in 1961 from Ryan. She was a member of First Church of the Nazarene, Midwest City.
Survivors include three daughters, Ruth, Juanita and Ruby: two sons, Jimmy and Joe; two sisters, Della MCDONALD and Opal FRANCIS; a brother Bill GILMORE of Modesto, Calif.; 16 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Submitter- Joe R.Tucker
Tucker'S Home Page http://www.geocities.com/heartland/meadows/4260/index.html

ANTHONYAND, CHARLTON, HALL, HEY

Caddo County: Hazel Dell Cemetery Obituaries, Monday, December 26, 1977

Minco Minstrel
Minco- Services for Ray CHARLTON, 82, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Minco Assembly of God, with burial in Hazel Dell Cemetery, west of Minco, directed by Reynolds Funeral Home, Minco. CHARLTON died Monday at home.
Born in Vinita, he moved to the Minco area in 1912 and was a retired farmer and minister. He was an Army veteran of World War I and a member of the Pentecostal Holiness Church.
Survivors include his wife, Ruby, three sons, Walter; Cecil and Conn; three daughters, Mrs. Ennis (Alma) ANTHONYAND, Mrs. Marion (Myrtle) HEY and Mrs. Edward (Ruth) HALL; 21 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by: Nancy Charlton NCharl2196@aol.com

FINCHER, SEYMOUR

Comanche County: The Lawton Constitution, Tuesday, November 21, 1978

Cyril (Staff)---Funeral for William Jackson SEYMOUR, 36, Los Lunas, N.M., a former Cyril resident who died Monday in his home from a gunshot wound, will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the First Baptist Church here with the Rev. Frank FINCHER, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Celestial Gardens Cemetery under direction of Cyril Funeral Home.
Mr. SEYMOUR was born May 29, 1942, in Chickasha. Survivors include his mother, 4 sisters, 3 brothers, a son, and a daughter.
Submitter's Note: Written in ink, died Nov.20, 1978 Submitted by Margie Etter MEtter39@aol.com

BLACK, HEARELL, TROFFER, WALDEN

Carter County: The Daily_Ardmoreite, Monday, November 27, 1978

The Daily Ardmoreite
Marietta - Services for Mattie E. BLACK will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church here with burial in the Lakeview Cemetery.
Mrs. BLACK died Nov. 26, 1978 in Marietta. She was born May 14, 1889 in Van Zandt, Texas and came to Love County at age 15 and was married to John Wesley BLACK on Sept. 20, 1908 here. He preceded her in death on March 11, 1968.
Survivors include 3 sons, Homer of Stockton, Calif., John Wesley, Jr. of Wichita Falls, Texas, David of Burneyville; 4 daughters, Audry HEARELL of Burneyville, Ethyl WALDEN of Wichita Falls, Texas, Evelyn TROFFER of Ardmore, Virginia BLACK of Marietta; 10 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; and 1 great great grandchild.
Grandsons will serve as bearers. Service under direction of Goodrick-Anderson Funeral Home.

BAILEY, BLACK, CATHEY, CATHY, COLE, COLL, GOSS, HANEY, HOUSE, KEETON, MUSGRAVE, PRIDDY

Carter County: The Daily_Ardmoreite, Monday, November 27, 1978

Services for Beulah CATHEY MUSGRAVE will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1978 in the Harvey Chapel, Mr. Richard E. BLACK of the Central Church of Christ and Mr. James BAILEY of the Maxwell Avenue Church of Christ will officiate with interment in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. MUSGRAVE died Sunday, Nov. 27 in a local hospital. Born April 2, 1882 in Hill County, Texas, she had lived in Ardmore since 1902, moving here from Sulphur.
She married Henry L. CATHY on Jan.1, 1901 at Nocona, Texas. He died March 27, 1940 and she later married L.M. MUSGRAVE on August 21, 1954, he died in January 1965. She was also preceded in death by a son, Lynn L. CATHEY. She was a member of the Central Church of Christ and was a retired mortician.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Opal Bartlow PRIDDY of Ardmore; two grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren. Bearers will be Lowell KEETON, Howard HANEY, Leon GOSS, Ron PRIDDY, Michael COLE, and John Robert COLE.
Services directed by Harvey Funeral Home.

Betty M. COLL Dougherty - Services for Betty M. COLL will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1978 in the First Baptist Church here. Rev. Jim HOUSE will officiate with interment in the Dougherty cemetery.
Mrs. COLL died Sunday in Sulphur. She was born Oct. 2, 1895 in Dougherty, and had lived here all her life.

CAVES

Garvin County: Pauls Valley Demorcrat, Tuesday, December 5, 1978

Former Garvin C. Sheriff Clark CAVES, 67, died Tuesday, Dec 5,1978 in the Pauls Valley General Hospital. Clark Caves was born Feb 18, 1911, in OK.
He had been a deputy sheriff for 10 years and served three terms a the sheriff. He had live in Pauls Valley for 31 years.
Submitted by Sandra Vossler samvoss@the- onramp.net

BARNETT, BEDDO, HOLLAND, LANE

Creek County: Sapulpa Herald, Monday, May 28, 1979

Otis BARNETT, of Depew, Dies
Otis M. Barnett of Depew died Saturday in his home at the age of 90.
Born MArch 29, 1889 in Indian Territory, Barnett was a fomer oilfield worker who had lived in Depew for 25 years. He was a member of the Baptist Church of Depew.
Survivors include a son LeRoy Barnett of Gardner, Kans; two daughters Juanita HOLLAND of Southwest City, Mo. and Loetta LANE of Tulsa; seven grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren and a great-great grandchild. Also surviving is a sister, Effie BEDDO of Purcell.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Depew Baptist Church with Rev. R. T. Casey officitinng. Interment will be in the Oilton cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home. The body will lie in state at the church from 10 a.m. Tuesday until service time.
Submitted by Jean Brand JBrand1056@aol.com

MCNUTT, TIPTON

Pottawatomie County: Shawnee News-Star, Sunday, June 17, 1979

Services for Mrs. Emmett (Tishie TIPTON) MCNUTT, 87, of 118 N. Tucker, are set for 2 p.m. Monday in Temple Baptist Church, 1244 E. Ada, with the Rev. W. F. Crow officiating. Burial will be in the Resthaven Memorial Park. Cooper Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. McNUTT died early Saturday in a Shawnee nursing home.
Born March 6, 1892, in Indian Territory, she was reared in the Seminole area.  She married Emmett McNUTT in August of 1907 in Corbet. Mr. McNUTT died Feb. 11, 1958. She lived in the Lexington area, moved to the Noble area in 1943, to Tecumseh in 1949 and had lived in Shawnee since 1956.
A member of Temple Baptist, Mrs. McNUTT was preceded in death by two daughters and a son.
  Survivors include four daughters; four sons.  Also surving are four sisters two brothers; 41 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Submitter and Researcher Birdie (Totty) McNutt birdiemc@juno.com

BASS, FORTNER, ROBERTSON, STEVENS, THOMPSON, WILLIS, WRIGHT

Garvin County: The Stratford Star, Tuesday, July 24, 1979

Bert Wright Rites Held Services for Albert Andrew "Bert" WRIGHT, 78, were at 2 p.m. Thursday in the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Ray Sikes assisted by the Rev. Carl Shivers, officiated. Burial was in the Hart Cemetery. Mr. WRIGHT died Tuesday, July 24, in a Pauls Valley Hospital.
He was born March 8, 1901 in Hart and lived in this area most of his life. He married Ida FORTNER in Ada in 1930. He was a retired farmer and member of First Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Ida, of the home, two sons, Carl WRIGHT, Lawton, and Harold WRIGHT, Springfield,, MO; a brother, Charlie WRIGHT, Stratford; sin sister, Lannie BASS, Eva STEVENS,  Nellie THOMPSON, Alice ROBERTSON, and Ora WILLIS, all of Stratford, and Ida BASS of Houston; several grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Pickard Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Note: Bert was the son of Andrew Jackson WRIGHT.
Submitted & Researched by Sharon Burnett Crawford okbits@cox.net

WILLIAMS

Garvin County: The Stratford Star, Tuesday, July 24, 1979

Willie Pearl WILLIAMS
Rites Held Services for Willie Pearl WILLIAMS were at 2 p.m. Friday in the Church of Christ. Cole Tidwell officiated, assisted by Bill Oden. Burial was in Corley Cemetery. Mrs. WILLIAMS died Tuesday, July 24, in a Stratford nursing home. she was 73.
She was born June 11, 1906 in Stratford and had lived here all her life. She married Arthur WILLIAMS in Stratford  in 1924. He proceded her in death in 1973. She was a member of the church of Christ. Pickard Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

CRADDUCK, JUMPER, SHERRELL

Garvin County: The Stratford Star, Tuesday, July 24, 1979

Bertle SHERRELL
Rites Services for Bertle CRADDUCK SHERRELL, 76, Rt. 2, Stonewall were Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Fittstown Baptist Church.
Mrs. SHERRELL is the sister of Doris JUMPER, Stratford. Mrs. SHERRELL died Saturday, July 28 at her home.
Mrs. SHERRELL spent her entire life in Pontotoc county. She was born Feb. 6, 1903 at Franks, Indian Territory and married Rober Troy SHERRELL in Ada in 1923. He proceded her in death.

DABBS, LITTLE

Garvin County: The Stratford Star, Tuesday, July 24, 1979

Grady DABBS
Rites Held Funeral services for Grady DABBS, 76, were held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel of Pickard Funeral Home. He died July 30.
He was born January 25, 1903 in Dallas, Texas, and was a retired farmer. He was married to Beulah LITTLE in Tecumseh on May 20, 1924. Mr. DABBS was a veteran of WW II, and was a member of the American Legion.
Burial was in McGee Cemetery under the direction of Pickard Funeral Home.

HOEFER, NELSON, NOLL, SPILLERS

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Tuesday, July 31, 1979

Bertha Ellen HOEFER, age 69, died July 30, 1979. Burial at Roselawn Cemetery at Mulhall.
She was born March 3, 1910 in Merinah, Oklahoma and was a retired nurse.
Survived by a son, Gordon HOEFER of Guthrie and a daughter, Wanda SPILLERS. Two sisters, Mrs. Mildred NELSON and Mrs. Ethel NOLL of Mulhall.
Researching Smith/Hoefer Family is Stanley Smith  scsmith@mail.midusa.net

BLAKE

Logan County: Guthrie Daily Leader, Tuesday, July 31, 1979

Mary E. BLAKE died on Sunday, July 29, 1979 on Logan Co. Health Center. She was born in Paris, Texas on Oct. 28, 1893. She was preceded in death by her husband in August 1970, one daughter and one son. Davis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.