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Clara K. Musser Failes
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Funeral services for Clara K. Failes were at 2 PM Tuesday at the Fisher Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. E. W. Reeves officiating. Interment was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery.

She died November 2 in Cherokee.

Failes was born October 14, 1886, in Blue Mound, Kansas, to Henry and Nancy Musser. She was an 80 year resident of the Cherokee area.

She married Charles A. Failes in Enid in 1922. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Christian Church.

She is survived by two daughters, Corrine Lindsay and Ruby Hale; two sons, Garnett Failes and Burley Groves; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She was the last of 10 brothers and sisters.

Memorials may be made to the Alfalfa County Hospital.

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