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Goldie Collier
Submitted by: JoJo

Funeral arrangements had not been completed last night for Mrs Goldie Collier, 30, wife of Dave Collier of 115 North Jennings, who died Monday Night.
Survivors include a daughter, Margaret Ann of the home; two brothers, Neil Keighly of Caney, Roy Keithly of Kansas City, and five sisters, Mrs Josie Freeman of Phoenix Ariz., Mrs. Charles Frazer, Mrs. Hattie Felton, Mrs. Susie Turner and Mrs. Rosie Moon, all of Pawhuska.
Mrs. Collier was a familiar figure on the streets for several years escorting her husband, Woi (sic) is blind, about the city and assisting him with the sale of merchandise.
The body is at the Neekamp Funeral Home.


Funeral services for Mrs Goldie Collier, who died at Vinita, will be held at 2 o;clock this afternoon at the Neekamp funeral home. The Rev. M. F. Langley of the Virginia Avenue Baptist church will conduct the services, burial will be in White Rose beside a small daughter, who died several years ago. Legionnaires and members of the Lions Club will serve as Casketbearers.

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