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Allendale Cemetery
Comanche County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Aimee Davis

The Lawton News
Lawton, OK
11 Feb 1919, Tuesday, page 7





   Ethel Helene Horton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horton, was born December 19, 1907, on the farm east of Geronimo and died at the same place, Feb. 2, 1919, aged 11 years 1 month and 14 days. She was converted and joined the Baptist church in August, 1918. She loved and attended the Sabbath school at Allendale, where her father is superintendent. She was the only child member of the Women's Missionary Society in this neighborhood.
   Little Helene was a child whom everyone loved, being afflicted all her life from birth she drew the sympathy of those who knew her and by her patient, Christian character and thoughtfulness for others she won their love.
   She had a sweet voice and the last song she sang was: "Come to the Sabbath school." The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Fields of Lawton and interment was made at the Allendale cemetery.
   The beautiful floral offerings from the Sunday school, the W. M. S. and from friends covered the little white casket where the body lay so peacefully.
   She leaves to mourn her departure, father and mother, three sisters and one brother beside her grandparents and many friends. Sincere and loving sympathy is extended Mr. and Mrs. Horton and family in the loss of their loved one who has entered the heavenly home.

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