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Addie May Bounds
Bartlesville Examiner
Date Unknown
Submitted by: JoJo

Funeral Set For Monday
Funeral services for Mrs. Addie May Bounds, 68, a resident of this area intermittently, all of her life, will be held at 10 a.m. in the Arnold Moore Funeral Residence chapel. Rev. John Norton will officiate and the interment will be in the White Rose Cemetery. Mrs. Bounds died Friday in Memorial Hospital.
Born in Prue, Indian Territory, on March 25, 1896.
Mrs. Bounds as a small child was brought by her parents to Bartlesville. She received her education in the local schools. She was married to the late Jeff Bounds in 1927 at Tulsa, where they made their home until she returned to Bartlesville to live in 1935.
Survivors include a half brother, Dewey J. Armstrong, and two half-sisters; Mrs. Maude Armstrong and Mrs. Irene Chastain, all of Las Vegas, Nev. and two foster children, Cordis Gleen, Jr. and Mrs. Warren Grimes, both of Bartlesville.

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