Noble I. Arb © Enid News and Eagle 12-08-1973 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Cherokee – Noble I. Arb, 74, died in a Cherokee hospital Saturday, December 8. Funeral services will be held at 2 PM Tuesday at the Wharton Funeral Chapel, Alva, with Rev. Duane Haskins, pastor of the Cherokee Nazarene Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Alva Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Wharton Funeral Chapel.
Arb was born September 30, 1899 at Lebo, Kansas. He came to Woods County as a young man in 1924 and spent the rest of his life in northwest Oklahoma.
He was married to Nora Shepler in 1926 at Alva. She died in 1979 at Nashville, Tennessee. On March 26, 1973, he married Maude Turner at Cherokee where they made their home. He worked as a mechanic and carpenter.
He is survived by his wife Maude, of the home, three daughters, Mrs. Clifford (Betty) Herren, Alva, Mrs. Howard (Erma) Murray, Cherokee, and Mrs. Dewight (Alice) Stoskopf, Great Bend, Kansas; two step daughters, Mrs. Don (Clara) Lawless, Oakland, California, Mrs. Frances (Zula Rose) Tioprowski, Richland, Wisconsin; four sons, Frank, Nashville, Tennessee, Bob, Mahomat,Illinois, Cecil, Wichita, Kansas, and O. R., Channelview, Texas, three stepsons, Wayne Turner, Denver, Colorado, Fred Turner, Denver, Colorado, and Roy, Montgomery, Alabama, 14 grandchildren, eight step grandchildren and four step great – grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs. Harry Fields, Beaver, Mrs. Pearl Sherman, Alva, Mrs. Raleigh Hoffman, Attica, Kansas, and Mrs. Lawrence Arndt, Mosco, Colorado; one brother, Clarence Arb, Beaver.
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