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Adair County, Oklahoma
Margga Magdaline Stewart McFeeters
Stilwell City Cemetery
Funeral services were held at the Methodist church here Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Charles O. MCFEETERS, 24 years old, formerly Miss Margar(??) Magdaline STEWART, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. STEWART of the Starr community.
Mrs. MCFEETERS died suddenly at Maud, Okla., Sunday night following an attack of acute indigestion.
She graduated from the local high school in 1926 and was married May 5 of this year.
She had been employed to teach the coming term of school at Starr, according to reports.
She is survived by her parents, her husband, who is in the sanitarium at San Antonio, Texas, and by four sisters, Mrs. T.L. YANCY, Seminole, Mrs. W.J. MCMILLAN, Ft. Collins, Colo., Mrs. C.W. QUILLIN and Mrs. Wren ADAIR of Maud, Okla., and two brothers, Elmer and George STEWART of Milliken, Colo., all of whom were present for the funeral services.
The funeral was conducted by Rev. J.M. HAYGOOD, pastor of the First Baptist church and arrangements were in charge of the Roberts Undertaking Parlor.
Burial was at New Hope Cemetery.
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