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Pauline and Lawrence BARROWS

Aline Star Cemetery



Pauline Grove Barrows
02-2011
© Enid Morning News
Submitted by: Glenn


Funeral service for Pauline Grove Barrows will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, at Aline Methodist Church. Interment will be in Aline Star Cemetery under the direction of Wentworth Mortuary LLC, Carmen. The family will receive friends from 1-5 p.m. at Aline Community Center.

Pauline Grove Barrows, of Carmen, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, at the age of 101. Pauline was born in Grant County, Okla., on Dec. 15, 1909, to Ervin and Pearl Grove. Pauline was born in Grant County, Okla., on Dec. 15, 1909, to Ervin and Pearl Grove. She graduated from Aline High School and attended Northwestern College, Alva, for one year, where she received her teaching certificate. Pauline married Lawrence Barrows of Aline on Sept. 15, 1929. They raised four children, Dale, Willa Mae, Winona and Linda. In 1983, Pauline and Lawrence moved to Carmen. They were married 55 years.

Pauline is survived by her son, Dale and wife Pat; daughters, Winona Bruner and Ed and Linda Shelite and Monty; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; one niece; one great-nephew; and one first cousin.

Memorial donations may be made in Pauline’s memory to Carmen First Responders or Share Hospice.

Remembrances may be shared with the family at www.marshallfuneralhomes.com. (Submitted by family)




Lawrence Barrows
04-1984
© Enid Morning News
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre


Carmen – Services for Lawrence Barrows, 77, who died Tuesday at Carmen, will be at 2 PM Friday in the Aline United Methodist Church with the Rev. Floyd Conaway officiating.

Burial will be in the Aline Star Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Kenny Landman Funeral Home of Helena.

Barrows was born May 20, 1906, at Aline. He attended Fairview High School and graduated from Aline High School in 1925.

Barrows and Pauline Grove were married at Aline September 15, 1929. They had lived 54 years on their farm near Aline before moving to Carmen last summer.

Barrows was a former member of the I00F Lodge at Aline and was affiliated with the Aline United Methodist Church. He was president of the Aline School Board when the new gym was built in 1948.

Barrows was a lifelong farmer and stockman.

He is survived by his wife Pauline of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Alice (Willia Mae) Nickell of Cherokee; Mrs. Eddie (Winona) Bruner of Carmen and Mrs. Monty (Linda) Shelite of Aline; a son, Dale Barrows, St. Louis, Missouri; two brothers, Lowell Barrows, Wichita, Kansas, and Worth Barrows, Willows, California; eight grandchildren and five great – grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother.

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