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Eunice (Swift) Hightower
Submitted & © by:
Eddene (Hightower) Thompson


Obituaries from the Vinita Daily Journal: Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma
Typed from the newspaper scrapbook of Eunice (Swift) Hightower, of Vinita, Craig Co., Oklahoma.
© by Eddene (Hightower) Thompson. OkieEddy@yahoo.com
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NAME
YEAR
PAGE #
Abbott, Letha Vera 1973 37
Adair, Mary L. 1976 136
Adair, Vernie 1972 4
Adams, Edith (Mrs.) 1980 195
Adams, Frank Marion 1986 141 & 222 & 252
Adams, Goldie (Mrs.) 1980 239
Adams, Lester 1974 22
Ahrens, George C. (Pat) 1974 24
Akehurst, (nee) Lydia M. (Mrs. Howard) 1986 174
Akers, (nee) Thelma (Mrs. Bitters) 1986 105
Alexander, James Ellis 1975 125
Allard, Thomas Leroy 1979 101
Allen, Bertha 1986 120
Allen, Cyril Lester 1986 112
Allen, Guy D. 1979 101 & 102
Allen, Nolan 1976 230
Allen, Pearl (Mrs.) 1977 299
Allen, Roy 1986 144
Allen, Steven Loy 1975 5
Allensworth, Addie F. (Mrs.) 1987 167 & 286 & 290
Allensworth, Inez 1975 28
Allison, Mary E. 1979 34 & 139
Allison, Virginia Marie 1986 40
Altebaumer, Anna 1975 65
Altebaumer, John W. III 1980 185
Ammerman, (nee) Ethel (Mrs. Ammons) 1986 186
Ammons, Ethel (nee Ammerman) 1986 186
Andersen, Albert W. 1974 61
Andersen, Lena B. 1986 106
Anderson, Alva (Andy) 1987 157
Anderson, D. French 1987 245
Anderson, Francis 1975 121
Anderson, Leah (Mrs.) 1979 147
Anderson, Lena B. 1986 112
Anderson, Lois (Schwartz) 1986 107
Anderson, Pearl Marie 1975 32
Anderson, Samuel David 1985 51
Anderson, Steve (In Memoriam) ? 225
Anderson, (nee) Erna M. (Mrs. Dunn) 1988 235
Anderson, (nee) Leola Faye (Mrs. Souders) 1987 279
Andrews, Kathleen 1973 26
Andrews, Mrs. Bill 1979 89
Angel, Ben O. 1988 268 & 271
Anthis, Roy V. 1987 253
Apperson, Boyd James Leonard 1982 127
Apperson, James Andrew "Andy" 1979 195
Aragon, Barbara Ramsey 1975 27 & 28
Archer, Anna B. 1973 49
Arms, Robert M. 1978 89
Arms, Willard E. "Bill" 1987 284
Armstrong, E. Guy 1987 253
Armstrong,, Harry A. 1984 282
Armstrong, Mattie 1987 250
Armstrong, Strick 1983 204
Arning, Mamie Emma (nee Fowler) 1987 266
Arnold, Robert 1973 49
Arter, Carrie 1986 105
Asbury, Laura Waynel 1976 195
Ashby, Charles 1979 103
Ashby, Glenn Allen& Sr 1977 145
Ashcraft, John Franklin 1978 31 & 125
Ashley, Eula Ester 1975 18
Atchison, John Samuel 1986 80 & 262
Atchley, Avery Abner 1987 287
Atkins, Lennie M. 1983 213
Averill, Nelbert S. 1987 171
Ayres, Mary B. 1974 58
Babcock, Clifford D. 1986 183
Babotan, Louis 1986 282
Babotan, Marion Evelyn (nee Thompson) 1988 236
Bachtel, Dan L. 1974 11
Bacon, William M. "Moody" 1988 181
Bailey OK 1988 176 & 269
Bailey, Opal (Mrs.Brown) 1988 72 & 175
Baird, Carson S. 1987 171
Baker, Mary Lou (Jones) 1976 57 & 116
Baker, Maude (Mrs.) 1980 212
Baldridge, Minnie (Mrs.) 1985 199 & 200
Baldwin, Pearl J. 1976 57
Bales, Eunice Marie (Mrs.) 1987 293
Ballew, Orvel Eugene 1979 34 & 139 & 149
Banks, Vernon 1972 165
Barbee, Claude 1987 171
Barber, Harry Willard 1987 253
Barber, Hazel (Mrs.) 1987 284
Barcus, Louis Wayne 1974 130
Barnes, Eugene Henry 1987 249
Barnett, Floyd 1984 178
Barnett, Stella (Mrs.) 1980 289
Barnhart, Bunker 1980 277
Barnhart, Lewis 1988 96 & 266
Barr, Arthur 1987 93
Barrett, Jack 1974 63
Barrett, James Eugene 1981 201
Barth, Richard 1986 229 & 242
Bartley, Darlene D. (nee Wittum) 1981 276
Bass, Mary Anne (Johnny) 1978 37
Bates, Betty Jane 1986 46 & 241
Bauer, (nee) Ruth B. (Mrs. Fortney) 1987 73
Baum, Noel (Butch) 1987 167
Beach, Clarence A. 1975 55
Beach, Reafus J. 1975 154
Beach, Vina J. (nee Russell) 1987 94
Beach, Wana (nee Brewster) 1974 18
Bean, Isaac 1974 30
Bean, John William 1983 214
Beaver, Loren 1987 163 & 288
Beavers, H.L. (Lee) 1971 133
Beehler, Donald R. 1972 56
Beehler, Earl L. 1978 103
Beehler, Tinnie Mae (Mrs.) 1987 301
Beisley, Walter 1980 273
Beisly, Gertrude M. 1986 67 & 77
Beisly, (nee)Ruth Alberta (Mrs. Crain) 1988 236
Bell, J. R. "Jack" 1987 205
Bell, O.N. (Nick) 1975 122
Bell, (nee)Patsy Ruth (Mrs. Null) 1988 270
Bellomy, Orville 1978 276
Beltch, (nee)Marie (Mrs. Grossman) 1986 238
Bennett, Elmer G. (Pat) 1979 109
Bennett, John 1979 85
Bennett, John 1986 114
Bennett, Mary A. 1974 7
Bennett, Richard E. 1986 150 & 292
Bennett, Sherman C. 1982 44
Benning, Charles M. 1986 202
Bergman, Mathia Joshua 1986 80
Berry, Alice Richards 1981 187
Berry, Calvin 1987 206
Berry, Earl Howard 1979 147
Berry, Elva V. 1986 96
Berry, Ray E. 1984 177
Berry, (nee) Eva Faye (Mrs. McDowell) 1984 53
Berryhill, Betty Jean (nee Duncan) 1987 209
Beverly, Clyde Durand 1987 97 & 269
Beverly, Lula Mae 1984 53
Bewley, Chloe 1977 140
Bible, Jason Cole 1988 71
Biggs, Frank 1985 199
Biggs, Joe T. 1978 59
Bigknife, Annie Mae (nee Fleming) 1988 181 & 270
Bigknife, Ogle& Jr. (Sergeant) 1944 159
Bigley, (nee)Mildred (Mrs.Carpenter) 1987 98
Bilyeu, Marjorie Jo (nee Helton) 1986 190
Bingham, Leonard W. 1986 230
Bitters, Thelma (Akers) 1986 105
Bivens, Pete 1976 57
Black, Flossie 1973 23
Black, Henry R. 1979 33
Black, Roy Vernon 1978 31
Blackburn, (nee) Sylvia Irene (Mrs. Minnix) 1987 169
Blackfox, (nee) Genana (Mrs. Hopkins) 1984 100
Blair, William Ernest 1975 134
Blevins, Eva Pearl 1979 90
Boatman, Delbert L. 1975 14
Boatright, Ray 1961 9
Bobo, Leota Francis (Miss) 1984 180
Boevers, Jake 1979 103
Boggs, Carolyn Mae (nee Spaulding) 1975 6
Bogle, Ernest 1987 299
Bogle, Evelyn Marie 1984 40
Bogle, Mary Anne (Mrs. Whiteman) 1986 183
Bogle, Robert Boyd 1984 197
Boling, Florence C. (Mrs.) 1983 41 & 193
Boling, Ruth (Mrs.) 1987 162
Bomar, Elmer E. 1986 78
Bond, Daisy M. 1985 54
Bond, Ollie M. 1975 12
Boone, Juanite Marrion 1984 179
Boone, Pauline 1979/80 109
Bottoms, Henry Franklin 1986 45 & 124
Bowie, Lark 1986 157
Bowlin, (nee)Dorothy C. (Mrs. Heltzel) 1973 112
Bowman, Christopher James 1974 17
Bowman, Glenn B. 1986 183
Bowman, William J. (Bill) 1976 152
Bowman, (nee)Ladena Aretha (Mrs. Jinks) 1987 265
Boyce, Quista 1975 5
Boyd, Harold (Bill) 1973 20
Boyd, J. W.& Jr "Jay" 1987 191 & 210 & 237
Boydstun, Floy 1974 14
Boykin, Robert John 1987 258
Bozart, (nee) Joy Wayne (Mrs. Fisher) 1987 91
Bradford, (nee) Ruby Estella (Mrs. Holmes) 1988 234
Bradley, Oliva 1976 109
Bradshaw, (nee) Eva (Mrs. Harrison) 1982 127
Brady, Charles Burnie (Ted) 1978 31
Branch, Ernestine Mae (nee Hollabaugh) 1987 285
Branch, Juanita (nee Thompson) 1982 127
Bratton, Orville D. 1987 255
Breashears, Robert "Bob" 1987 283
Breshears, Joseph N. 1962 225
Breshears, Lillian F. (Mrs.) 1981 202
Breshears, Robert "Bob" 1987 293
Bresnehen, John D. 1975 28
Brewer, Justin Al 1982 127
Brewer, Mary E. 1984 47
Brewer, Wilson 1987 255
Brewster, (nee) Wana (Mrs. Beach) 1974 18
Bridgman, Edna M. 1979 85
Bright, James R. "Dick" 1987 232
Bright, Susan Yates 1976 110
Brimm, William 1987 168
Broadhead, Marvin L. 1973 112
Brookfield, Jimmy 1987 290
Brooks, Fred A. 1987 79
Brookshire, James Thomas 1986 40 & 45 & 124
Brown, Alma (Mrs. Frank) 1987 237
Brown, Andrew 1974 58
Brown, Billy Bryan "Barney" 1987 205
Brown, Birdie Jane 1972 132
Brown, Buster 1975 122
Brown, Earnest L. 1987 246
Brown, Francis Corinne (nee Collins) 1987 87 & 300
Brown, John James 1984 179
Brown, Mace Houston 1986 68
Brown, Mamie Esther (Mrs.) 1971 156
Brown, Mary Josephine (nee Reavis) 1986 107 & 149
Brown, Opal (nee Bailey) 1988 72 & 175
Brown, (nee) Daisy M. 1985 54
Brown , (nee) Pauline (Mrs. Hull) 1987 238
Broyles, Clifton W. 1980 274
Broyles, Martha A. (Mattie) 1975 138
Bruce, Kincel W. 1976 229
Brumbaugh, Marion H. 1979 104
Bryant, Brandon Lee 1988 234
Bryant, John Wesley 1971 165
Bryson, Andrew J. 1986 76 & 113
Buffington, Earnest, Jr. 1988 174 & 270
Bugher, Vesta Pearl 1974 23
Bullard, Leila Donna (Mrs.) 1983 213
Buller, (nee)Elizabeth (Mrs. Hintergardt) 1985 120
Bunch, Lois Marion (Mrs.) 1979 166
Burk, Bessie (Mrs.) 1987 271
Burk, (nee)Opal Lillian (Mrs. Lusk) 1987 171
Burks, Josephine A. (Miss) 1988 215 & 288
Burley, Frances V. (Mrs.) 1987 240
Burns, Arley Lafayette 1987 254
Burns, Mary Margaret 1979 125
Burns, Ruth (Mrs.) 1980 243
Burns, Wiley Albert 1974 65
Burnside, Leo 1986 105
Burnside, Richard Henry 1979 148
Burrell, Ethel (Mrs.) 1987 250
Burroughs, Shane 1984 177
Bush, Faye Etta 1984 177
Bush, Maggie (Mrs. Martin) 1981 202
Bussey, Bert 1982 247
Butcher, Glendoris (Mrs.) 1987 298
Butcher, Robert Carol 1987 99 & 207
Butler, Lloyd D. 1975 62
Butner, Dave L. 1975 62
Buttram, Clara Mae (Mrs.) 1986 279
Buxton, Bertha 1972 56
Bybee, Lawrence (2 articles) 1987 219
Byrd, Sara (Sally) 1987 162
Byroad, Dolly 1975 22
Cable, Stephen Ivan 1986 114
Callaway, Clinton Theodore 1987 167 & 290
Campbell, Della Reid 1975 28
Campbell, Everett 1979? 118
Campbell, Everett 1986 157
Campbell, Hettie (nee Gish) 1984 178
Canfield, Jeffery 1979 105
Cannady, Ernest D. 1986 174
Cantreel, Melvin 1971 165
Card, Cleda A. 1983 204
Carder, Claude W. 1986 261
Carlisle, Pearl 1974 12
Carlock, Anna M. 1972 1
Carlson, Ruby 1980 116
Carpenter, Benjamin Martin 1976 90
Carpenter, Mildred (nee Bigley) 1987 98
Carroll, Clem 1986 241
Carroll, Nina B. 1987 220
Carselowey, James Manford 1980 158
Carter, Harold B. 1979 34
Carter, Homer 1975 153
Carter, (nee)Thelma (Mrs. Leonard) 1979 86
Carver, Joe 1975 13
Cason, Darren Michael 1987 227 & 257
Cass, Bobby R. 1981 89
Cass, Iva J. 1987 93
Cass, (nee) Carleen (Mrs. Ceballos) 1984 178
Catlin, Eugene L. 1972/73 37
Cauthon, Willis 1978 31
Ceballos, Carleen (nee Cass) 1984 178
Chamberlain, Carrie E. (Mrs.) 1980 277
Chandler, Roberta 1986 111
Chapman, Donald Eugene Sr. 1986 210
Chapman, Ivan Ray Jr. 1988 73 & 232
Chapman, (nee) Marilyn Louise (Mrs. Opichka) 1981 187
Charles, Dee G. 1982 43
Chastain, Dora E. (Mrs.) 1987 284
Chastain, Ernest LeRoi 1986 144
Chastain, Howard A. 1969 10
Chastain, Jewell 1983 213
Chasteen, Cloys Dwight 1984 179
Cheek, James E. 1982 43
Cherrington, Leon H. 1976 136
Cherrington, (nee) Iona Belle (Mrs. Donham) 1987 220
Cherry, Hamilton Hugh 1974 65
Chesser, James Farmer 1984 197
Christian, George J. 1979 110
Christian, Harold P. 1986 280
Chubb, Ruby (nee Dray) 1986 143 & 184
Clanton, Zena Mary 1987 209
Clark, Blanche E. (Mrs.) 1987 191
Clark, Gearld Lynn 1975 27
Clark, Harry LeRoy 1987 250
Clark, Myrtle (Mrs) 1975 155
Clarke, Roger W. 1987 261
Clarkson, Charles Edward 1987 256
Clemensen, Jennie E. 1978 36
Clement, Clarence Clark 1975 153
Cletcher, Mattie L. 1983 203 & 248
Cleveland, Byron ? 225
Cline, Clyde B. "Toad" 1984 178
Clouse, Agnes E. 1979 85
Clouse, Clifford P. (funeral card) 1977 160
Clouse, Lillie G. (Mrs.) 1977 203
Cockayne, Bessie L. 1975 65
Coffey, George J. 1984 73
Coghill, Harry 1974 4
Colby, Florence B. 1978 135
Coles, Joyce E. 1986 141 & 186
Coles, Joyce E. 1986 252
Collins, Andrew J. 1980 274
Collins, Dencie R. 1979 116
Collins, Helen (Mrs.) 1987 264
Collins, Houston 1981 128
Collins, Jessie Clifford 1985 173
Collins, (nee) Francis Corinne (Mrs. Brown) 1987 87&300
Collins, (nee) June (Mrs. Woolman) 1979 90
Colpitt, T.S. 1979 34
Colvard, Alice 1987 286
Colvard, Nola Adis 1977 138
Colvin, George 1980 188
Colvin, Kenny 1986 230
Colvin, William 1983 273
Comer, Virgil M. 1976 229
Compton, Harry E. 1981 248
Comstock, Florence Mae (Mrs.) 1981 279
Comstock, Willis R. 1973 49
Confer, Fay Louise (nee Korengay) 1986 215 & 230
Conner, Mildred (nee Vail) 1980 112
Conner, Tom 1974 11
Connors, W. T. 1976 195 & 229 & 280
Conrad, Linnie N. (nee O'Neal) 1988 256 & 282
Cook, Lee Roy 1974 21
Cook, (nee) Mayme Gladys (Mrs. Pitcher) 1986 209 & 227
Coop, Herman Lee 1979 148
Coop, Herman Wayne 1976 133
Cooper, William (Bill) 1986 46 & 116 & 221
Cooper, (nee? Cooper) Nettie Vivian (Mrs. Hoskins) 1979 244
Coppedge, Flossie (nee Covey) 1979 102
Coppedge, Julia 1978 81
Corlett, Glenn 1972 36
Corlett, Ralph Leigh 1980 217
Cornett, Gertrude Ida 1988 69
Cornog, Saundra 1975 27
Costello, Kenneth J. 1985 84
Costley, Vaughn Bishop 1987 171
Cotrill, Harley 1987 162 & 164
Cotton, Bernard W. (Dr.) 1979 101
Couch, George Nolan 1974 146
Couch, Katherine Leona 19972 56
Couch, Leonard M. 1988 163 & 210
Couch, Patrick F. 1975 135 & 156
Couch, Pryor Hubert 1972/73 37
Coulston, Lee Delmar 1975 62
Coverdale, Mrs. Claud Santee 1980 245
Covey, Flossie (nee Coppedge) 1979 102
Cowardin, Blanche 1974 22
Cowardin, Ted R. 1972 165
Cox, Joseph E. (Joe) 1987 97
Cox, Mildred 1975 2 & 6
Cox, Roberta (nee Prather) 1986 150 & 292
Cox, (nee) Evelyn (Mrs. Kenreigh) 1987? 245
Coyne, Lawrence Lee "Duncan" 1983 248
Cozart, John D. 1975 7
Craig, Ruth Alberta (listed as Craig/Crain) 1988 72
Crain, Ruth Alberta (nee Beisly) 1988 236
Craven, Earl Lewis 1974 21& 25
Cravens, Cordelia 1977 35
Cravens, Lahoma (Mrs.) 1986 173
Crawford, Clyde N. 1979 109 & 116 & 118
Crawford, Ruth T. 1980 211
Crittenden, Floyd 1987 287
Crockett, Eva L. 1980 109
Crouch, Stella E. 1972 2
Crouch, (nee) Rachel (Mrs. Haynes) 1973 130
Cruce, Sue (nee Long) 1988 176 & 269
Crupper, Oscar Franklin 1976 173
Culver, Lois Marie (nee Graves) 1987 294
Culver, Otis Allen 1971 132
Culver, Roy 1976 152 & 195
Cunningham, Floyd Everett 1975 62
Cunningham, Joe 1975 121
Cunningham, Warren 1987 162
Curnutte, Harry G. 1982 127
Curnutte, T. G. 1960 3
Curnutte, William E. (Bill) 1979 118
Currant, Jessie   133
Curry, Myrtle Marie (nee Myers) 1987 279
Curtis, Mary B. 1975 2
Curtis, Rose B. (Mrs.) 1987 258
Dalton, Francis W. Dr. 1987 264
Dameron, Rex E. 1976 196
Daniel, Darry S. 1986 45 & 198
Daniel, Ruth (Fields) 1986 120
Daniels, Cleo (nee Wells) 1983 204 & 213
Daniels, Laura N. 1975 6 & 7
Daniels, Ruby Mae 1980 187
Dannels, Melvin O. 1986 68
Darnell, Elsie 1984 47
Darrough, J. Walton Dr. 1974 141
Daugherty, Geneva 1986 144
Davenport, Lenard E. 1980 245
Davis, Ardith B. (nee Miller) 1987 163
Davis, Bertha (nee Linn) 1984 199
Davis, Donald Wayne 1986 259
Davis, Ellis Lee 1961 9
Davis, Ethel Viola (Mrs.) 1986 221
Davis, George H. 1979 115 & 126
Davis, Gordon B. 1987 79 & 202
Davis, Hazel M. (Mrs.) 1983 203 & 247
Davis, John Chester 1987 228
Davis, Mary 1987 94
Davis, Maud (Mrs. Warren) 1973 275
Dawson, Clyde A. 1979 96 & 90
Day, Jewell H. (nee Haney) 1987 302
Day, Joe 1980 74
Deacon, Lola Lorene 1982 128
Dean, Blanche Irene 1987 220
Dean, Lina (Mrs.) 1988 175
Dean, Mary Frances 1973 20
Deaton, Albert 1986 45 & 124
Decker, Donny Dean 1987 78
DeLozier, Manford 1981 201
Demaree, Wendell L. 1986 42
Denney, John B. 1974 11
Dennis, Hiram Harve 1981 88
Dennis, L.V. 1984 100
Deveney, Mary E. 1983 203 & 204
Devin, Robert Leo 1987 237
DeWees, Mable A. (Mrs.) 1986 174 & 183
Dewey, Elva Lucille (Dolly) (nee Grove) 1987 170 & 253
Dewey, Rex Elmer (funeral card) 1988 159
DeWitt, Clarice (Mrs.) (2 articles/same page) 1987/88 232 & 256
Dick,William David 1986 259
Dillinger, Amanda Elizabeth 1976 136
Dingman, Rena C. 1962 3
Dixon, Jack W. 1974/75 17 & 154
Dixon, Paul Sr 1979 90
Dobbs, Marie (Mrs.) 1974 151
Dobkins, Ola Inez (nee Neill) 1987 164
Dockery, Mrs. Joe 1974 17
Dodge, E.C. 1975 125 & 135
Dodge, (nee) Marion T. (Mrs. Kelsey) 1987 92
Donham, Iona Belle (nee Cherrington) 1987 220
Donohue, John Oliver 1979 118
Dorsey, Paul 1979 139
Dossman, Joseph Ernest "Joe" 1985 196
Dotson, Florence Belle (Mrs.) 1975 154
Douglas, Everett E. 1979 38
Dow, Pearl Ina 1987 95
Dower, Vinita A. (first white child in Vinita) 1977 211
Downing, Adam 1984 193
Downing, George Edward 1975 60
Downing, Lee 1987 209
Downing, (nee) Lois Edie Mae (Mrs. Riley) 1986 144
Drake, Oscar 1978 103
Dry, Robert Eli 1974 15
Duff, William Howard 1987 254
Duke, Viola Mae (Mrs.) 1979 147
Duncan, Hazel (Mrs.) 1981 243
Duncan, Homer Lee 1987 79
Duncan, Marion E. 1987 93
Duncan, (nee) Betty Jean (Mrs. Berryhill) 1987 209
Dunkin, Ina P. (Mrs.) 1979 195
Dunlap, Bill 1975 5
Dunn, Erna M. (nee Anderson) 1988 235
Dunn, Sylvia (nee Pease) 1987 270
Dunn, Tony Owen Sr (by birth & Slaughter) 1988 231
Dunn, Virginia (Martin) 1988 71
Dunn, Willard W. Joe 1981 276
Dupree, Fred L. 1974 132
Dupree, Rosa (nee Wright) 1975 166
Durbin, George O. 1981 128
Dye, Mabel Elizabeth 1974 132
Easling, Betty 1975 2
Edge, Vera Lucille (Mrs.) 1981 276
Edmondson, James T. (Jim) 1982 39
Edwards, Hazel Tiny (Mrs.) 1977 211
Edwards, Ted W. 1976 142
Egnor, Babe 1974 65
Egnor, Ollie M. 1977 138
Ehly, Kathleen 1984 43
Elam, Paul J. 1980 273
Elliott, Emerson 1974 129
Elliott, George W. 1981 299
Ellis, Charles Vincent 1986 210
Ellis, Lennie May (nee Parkison) 1986 76 & 113
Ellsworth, Pauline Naomi (nee Shamblin) 1977? 137
Elmore, William Raymond (Bill) 1979 81 & 101 & 120
Elsey, Dewey E. 1987 94
Elsey, Jack E. 1983 203
England, Betty S. 1976 142
Epperson, Joe Ervin 1987 265
Epperson, Susan Lynn (nee Grimes) 1986 150
Epperson, Susan Lynn (nee Grimes) 1986 292
Erdman, Louise 1985 54
Eshelman, Robert Bradford 1979 102
Essex, Lillie May (Mrs.) 1971 156
Eubanks, Mabel (nee Vaughn) 1987 94
Evans, Phyllis Ann (Mrs.) 1975 154
Evans, Robley D. 1987 74
Evans, Sarah A. 1981 102
Evans, Wilburn E. 1987 205
Ewing, Frank McCllan 1978 31
Falling, Elvina (Mrs.) 1988 176
Fanning, Abe G. 1980 212
Fanning, Abner 1971 155
Fanning, Thelma 1975 26
Fanning, (nee) Betty E. (Mrs. Lynch) 1988 231
Fansler, Terri Lynn 1979 125
Farmer, Graeme 1984 47
Farmer, Sherman N. 1983 41 & 193
Farmer, Wilbur (Ed) 1979 38
Farrell, L. M. "Mike" 1980 185
Farris, Paul M. 1986 241
Farriss, Paul Wayne 1987 169
Faulconer, Rubin 1975 55
Feagins, J.D. 1975 8
Ferguson, Earl 1986 189
Ferrell, Mary Ella 1973 50
Ferrell, (nee) Lora Ellen (Mrs. James) 1987 168
Fessler, (nee) Janice Lynn (Mrs. Richardson) 1986 299
Ficklin, Roy O. 1975 49
Fiedler, David L. 1987 293
Fielden, Laurel 1975 60
Fields, Clara (Mrs.) 1983 203
Fields, Eva B. 1980 185
Fields, (nee) Ruby May (Mrs. Newcomb) 1975 146
Fields, (nee) Ruth (Mrs. Daniel) 1986 120
Finley, Nettie Mae (Mrs.) 1980? 246
Finley, William N.& Dr. 1988 92 & 231
Finnell, Boyd 1983 41 & 193
Finnell, Lee A. 1974 13
Fish, Nellie (Mrs.) 1988 256
Fisher, Bertie 1985 52
Fisher, Clarence J. 1975 55
Fisher, Joy Wayne (Bozart) 1987 91 & 273
Fisher, Roy J. 1982 259
Fisk, Olive 1972 50
Fitzgerald, Jewell 1977 145
Flanders, William J. "Bill" 1980 217
Fleming, (nee) Annie Mae (Mrs. Bigknife) 1988 181 & 270
Fletcher, Louis Dubois 1975 3
Flick, Minnie A. 1972 56
Flock, Eula (Mrs.) 1986 242
Flowers, Clarey (Mrs.) 1980 277
Floyd, Roscoe 1972 56
Fogle, Iona Laura 1975 7
Foglesong, Robert N. 1981? 151
Foote, Henry B. 1980 188
Foraker, (nee) Lenia Mae (Mrs. Juul) 1986 143
Forbes, Melvin Walter 1981 217
Forbis, Jerry 1975 62 & 110
Ford, Anna Florence 1975 121
Ford, James L. 1978 37
Foreman, Perry 1986 119 & 221
Fortney, Ruth B. (nee Bauer) 1987 73
Foster, Hallie 1972 6 & 50
Foster, Hubert L. 1982 178
Foster, Melissa Mae (Mrs.) 1975 154
Foster, Millard Joseph 1980 217
Foster, Reavis E. 1987 270
Foster, (nee) Gladys I. (Mrs. Rexwinkle) 1984 194
Fouts, (nee) Mintie (Mrs. Worley) 1984 107 & 198
Fowler, (nee) Mamie Emma (Mrs. Arning) 1987 266
Fox, Cleo Paul 1987 206
Fox, George Amos 1979 125
Fox, J. Stanley 1987 91
Foxworthy, Joseph Denver 1981 212
Franklin, Lillian 1972 4
Franks, Mary Sage 1972 58
Frederick, (nee) Lois (Mrs. Thompson) 1980 239
Freeman, Abner A. 1973 23
Freeman, George H. 1973 20
Freeman, Julia 1974 55
Freeman, Lois (Mrs.) 1987 191
Freeman, Lou 1979 89
Freeman, Mrs. Lee B. 1969 165
Freeman, Ruth Maurine (Mrs.) 1980 239
Frey, Sylvia (Mrs.) 1975 155
Friend, Katy Adaline "Addie" 1969 9 & 10
Fromm, Grace Alvaretta (nee Waybright) 1984 180
Fromm, William C. (Bill) 1987 92 & 278
Frost, James Douglas "Jack" 1981 201
Frost, (nee) Iola M. (Mrs. Tyler) 1987 168
Fry, Maver "Granny" 1986 238
Fry, Thomas C. 1974 65
Fugate, Alfred L. 1977 160
Fugate, Grover 1975 5
Fugate, Haskell L. 1986 141 & 190 & 252
Fuller, Alvin G. 1975 59 & 136
Fuller, Bessie E. (Mrs. Ryan) 1984 193
Fultner, Maxine (nee Miles) 1988 267
Gabbard, Silas Miller 1976 152
Gaddis, Floy L. 1984 47
Gaddis, William T. 1976 229
Gallager, Richard John 1987 289
Galvin, Edward C. 1979 34
Garcia, Rustico Dizon Dr. 1986 158
Gardner, J. H. (Eddie) 1973 26
Garner, Bertha May (nee Westenhaver) 1987 249
Garris, Norval L. 1980 41
Garrison, Geraldine 1986 149 & 183
Garrison, Vesta 1975 135 & 156
Gaston , Jack 1974 55
Gatlin, Walter 1975 153
Gaul, Homer 1981 117 & 201
Gay, Mamie 1980 243
Gearin, Mary M. 1975 62
Gentry, Alma McKee 1974 17
Gertz, Lucy Ellen (Miss) 1986 259
Geyer, Agnes 1976 136
Gibble, Wilma 1987 91
Gibson, Aaron Z. 1986 108
Gibson, Clifford Bryan 1987 285
Gibson, Victor D. 1974 130
Gilbert, Ruby (nee Jayne) 1986 157
Giles, Eloweise 1973 20
Giles, John D. 1984 177
Giles, Kenneth Lee "Punkin" 1987 288 & 302
Giles, Kenneth Jr. 1981 102
Gillett, Russell T. 1974 15 & 25
Gilley, Troy U. 1987 255
Gillman, Kristina Leigh 1987 264
Gish, (nee) Hettie (Mrs. Campbell) 1984 178
Giyer, Ollie 1979 82
Gleason, Floyd 1974 6
Goforth, Orba 1984 193
Goins, Curtis D. (of Salina, Ok) 1976 196
Goins, Hazel 1977 138
Goins, (nee) Mary Ellen (Mrs. Marble) 1979 81
Goldsberry, Pearl Mae (Mrs.) 1980 218
Gooding, Rachel Rmenda 1984 223
Goodman, Sarah Ellen (nee Baker) 1987 286
Goodwin, E. R. "Russell" 1975 50 & 117
Goodwin, Levi Paul (Lee) 1975 146
Goodwin, Mabel L. 1976 57
Goodwin, Mildred (Mrs.) 1981 217
Gordineer, John H. 1983 260
Gordon, Agnes (nee Gunter) 1982 127
Goring, Laura 1974 11 & 66
Gosney, Clyde 1979 140
Gossar, Alta M. 1975 122
Gradert, Maude 1975 145
Graham, Charles Carson 1983 76
Graham, Lucy 1972/73 37
Graham, Sarah 1972 56
Granger, Hulda Jane Mathis 1975 55
Graves, Thelma M. (Mrs.) 1987 167 & 284
Graves, (nee) Lois Marie (Mrs. Culver) 1987 294
Gray, George C. 1983 222
Gray, John W. 1983 203
Gray, Wallace A. 1976 156
Grayson, Joe M. 1987 219
Green, Charles Alred 1975 60
Green, Louis E. 1987 220
Green, (nee) Myrtle E. (Mrs. Yohn) 1986 261
Greenwalt, M. R. "Dick" 1987 250
Greer, William Lee (Bill) 1974 22
Greever, Joseph W. Dr. 1980 41
Gregg, Emma Anna (nee Stoffer) 1987 272
Gregory, Blanche (Mrs.) 1986 173
Gregory, Lillie (Mrs.) 1981 218
Gregory, Willard 1986 106
Gregory, William A. (Bert) 1973/74 29
Griffith, Arthur P. 1976 280
Griffith, Arthur Paul 1979 148
Griffith, Guy 1986 150
Griffith, Lena Eva 1976 142
Griffith, Mahan Earl 1983 213
Griffith, Theadore 1976 57
Griggs, Oral Ray 1977 224
Grimes, Dora Bell (Mrs.) 1988 95 & 236
Grimes, Fredrick A. 1976 142
Grimes, (nee) Susan Lynn (Mrs Epperson) 1986 150 & 292
Grossman, Marie (nee Beltch) 1986 238
Grove, (nee) Elva Lucille (Dolly) (Mrs. Dewey) 1987 170 & 253
Grumbein, Bertha V. (Mrs.) 1988 267
Grunden, Maude 1974 29
Guinn, Dan 1975 122
Gundlock, (nee) Martha (Mrs. Kammerzell) 1984 180
Gunter, (nee) Agnes (Mrs. Gordon) 1982 127
Guthrie, Nannie Bell 1976 136
Guthrie, Randy 1986 80
Gwin, (nee) Thersey (Mrs. McLaughlin) 1988 74
Gyllenband, Carl 1985 52
Gyllenband, Mathilda 1973 121 & 122
Haff, Ebert, H. "Jake" 1979 244
HaffIna, Elsie (Muskrow) 1988 74
Haffey, Mary Pauline (nee Skinner) 1984 224
Hair, Ruby (nee Killion) 1988 235
Hale, Cleve 1973 19
Hale, Ernest Ray 1987 279
Hale, Mrs. E. R. (card of thanks) 1987 298
Hale, Ola Mae (Mrs.)(black) 1979 147
Hale, Winfield 1988 69 & 95 & 231 & 235
Haley, Mrs. J.W. 1985 79
Hall, Bessie (Mrs. Washburn) 1975 155
Hall, Claude 1975 137
Hall, Hurshel Hamelton 1987 290
Hall, James A. 1975 13
Hall, Roy& Jr 1972 133
Hallett, Reginald 1971 3
Hamilton, Bruce Ray 1987 206
Hamilton, Edgar J. 1972 49
Hamilton, Jake C. 1987 168
Hamilton, Joseph 1984 197
Hamilton, Ray J. 1980 187
Hamilton, Theodore Henry 1986 79
Wilkins, (nee) Gertrude (Mrs. Hamm) 1979 90
Hamm, Gertrude (nee Wilkins) 1979 90
Hampton, Herschel Hardy 1974 11
Hampton, Vietta Alene 1981 110
Hanan, Ethel (Mrs.) 1980 239
Hancock, Arthur B. 1981 90
Hanes, Dee (nee Monroe) 1987 283
Hanes, Lela 1984 177
Hanes, Lester 1988 72 & 176 & 181
Haney, Jewell H. (Mrs. Day) 1987 302
Hanna, Sterling Pete "Zack" 1983 203 & 204
Hanson, Ross L. 1979 117
Harback, Frank E. 1978 32
Harden, Lela 1975 66
Harding, Hobert A. 1974 7
Hardrick, (nee) Clara Inez (Mrs. Mc Kinney) 1986 198
Hargrove, Virgil 1983 221
Harlan, Clythe F. 1987 237
Harlan, Norvill R. "Andy" 1976 142
Harlin, Grace Irene 1986 46
Harmon, Beulah (Mrs.) 1988 266
Harmon, Binnie 1975 66
Harmon, Ruby Marie 1981 202
Harmon, Vinnie M. 1974 11
Harp, James Calvin 1973 133
Harp, Milford B. 1988 233
Harper, Audie W. 1984 200
Harper, Leo Bert 1976 195
Harrington, Iretta (nee Taylor) 1984 179
Harris, Anna 1973 49
Harris, Johnny Lee 1986 189
Harris, Mamie Catherine 1986 114
Harris, Mamie E. 1986 45 & 116
Harris, Pearl Melissa 1986 67 & 83
Harris, Robert Wesley 1986 242
Harrison, Bessie J. 1979 103
Harrison, Edward M. 1986 106 & 107 & 183
Harrison, Eva (nee Bradshaw) 1982 127
Harrison, Guy 1975 12
Harrison, Hester 1986 111
Hart, E. E. "Buck" 1986 259
Hartley, Mary Irene 1975 60
Hartsock, Charles E. 1986 214
Hartsock, Jewel Marie 1986 106
Hartsock, Lula Opal 1974 2
Haskins, (nee) Laura Joann (Mrs. Wilson) 1984 47
Hastings, Charles M. 1974 17
Hastings, Lena 1987/88 228 & 257 & 266
Hatcher, Mary M. 1984 40
Hauser, Emmett Leroy 1975 31
Hauser, Wanda Lydia (Mrs.) 1986 1223 & 149
Havener, Jemima F. (Mrs.) 1975 153 & 154
Hawk, Don 1978 82
Hawkins, Betty (nee Watson) 1987 209
Hawkins, Charles Haskell 1979 86 & 166
Hawkins, Juanita E. 1975 1
Hawkins, Randel Lee 1976 152
Hawkins, (nee) Golda Mae (Mrs. Hendricks) 1986 119
Hawn, F. E. "Elmo" 1981 202 & 202
Haworth, David Glen 1975 18
Haws, Charles Leroy 1980 115
Hayes, Gay Lynn 1987 207
Hayes, Lula Bell (Mrs.) 1986 157
Haynes, Myrtle 1986 79 & 105 & 149
Haynes, Rachel (nee Crouch) 1973 130
Hazelmeyer, Harriet 1979 117
Head, Floyd 1973 19 & 49
Head, Viola M. 1985 51
Headlee, William E. 1987 265
Heald, Hazel (nee Young) 1988 175 & 181
Heard, Edmond P. "Jake" 1980 217
Heater, Robert E. 1988 215 & 287 & 296
Heathman, Sarah Jane 1974/75 25
Hedges, Hazel (Mrs.) 1981 217
Heiney, Kenneth Morgan 1978 276
Helm, Delia Francis 1979 117
Helmick, Nettie Jane 1974 29
Helton, (nee) Marjorie Jo (Mrs. Bilyeu) 1986 190
Heltzel, Dorothy C. (nee Bowlin) 1973 112
Heltzel, Mamie Fern (Mrs.)(2 articles) 1980 159 & 189
Hempel, Fred J. 1986 222
Hemphill, Carmel C. "Speck" 1988 216
Hemphill, Fenton S. 1981 128
Hemphill, Fines Jack 1975 96 & 153
Hemphill, Frank 1987 249
Hemphill, Lola C. 1976 229
Hemphill, Loren (Pat) 1974 17
Hemphill, Millie (Mrs. Lang) 1977 138
Hemphill, Ora U. 1983 213
Henderson, Blanche 1988 175 & 181
Henderson, Daisy Mae 1979 34 & 139
Henderson, Dewitt D. 1986 174 & 251
Henderson, Ray 1980 41
Hendren, Marvin "Cotton" 1986 241
Hendricks, Golda Mae (nee Hawkins) 1986 119 & 123
Hendrix, Callie M. 1974 63
Hendrix, Fred 1975 60
Henley, Kathryn 1974 26
Henley, Mildred 1984? 178
Henry, Eva Vella 1974 30
Hensley, Jim L. 1979 151
Herman, R. V. 1969 165
Herridge, Mae V. (nee Lund) 1987 290
Herrington, Gertrude Helen (nee Simms) 1986 80 & 190 & 252 & 262
Hibbard, Nann M. (nee Martin) 1973 20
Hickman, Theodore Clair 1986 42
Hicks, Beulah (Mrs.) 1980 276
Hicks, Ferral T. (nee Thompson) 1986 157
Hicks, Homer W. 1973 26
Hicks, Lee Ora (nee Hicks & Mrs. Hicks) 1986 282
Hicks, Ted 1975 66
Higgins, Mary Ellen 1979 36
Hildebrand, Henry (Dutch) 1986 96 & 198
Hildebrand, Edward E. 1974 63
Hilderbrand, Edward Clifford 1975 7
Hill, Ellen Ruth 1981 188
Hill, Elvin E. 1980 211
Hill, H. A. "Swede" 1986 46
Hill, Jack 1975 1
Hill, John Ruskin 1981 128
Hill, William (Bill) 1987 91
Hinshaw, Joe Dale 1976 156
Hintergardt, Elizabeth (nee Buller) 1985 120
Hoard, Earl T. 1979 117
Hobson, J.A. (Rev.) 1974 29
Hogelin, Beula 1974 55
Holbert, Callie 1982 44
Holden, Fred 1980 212
Holderman, (nee) Mary (Mrs. Wallis) 1971 55
Hollabaugh, Gladys 1975 28
Hollabaugh, (nee) Ernestine Mae 1987 285
Holloday, Clarence William 1986 282
Holloway, Bobbie Eugene 1987 300
Holmes, Bill 1987 67
Holmes, Elnora 1974 13 & 19
Holmes, Lee Ova 1986 75 & 120
Holmes, Ruby Estella (nee Bradford) 1988 234
Hood, Cecil Howard 1987 294
Hood, Henry 1974 22
Hood, Nadine (Mrs.) 1980 212
Hoodenpyle, Jeremy Todd 1975 60
Hopkins, Genana (nee Blackfox) 1984 100
Hopkins, (nee) Ethel Dora (Mrs. Thomason) 1983 218
Horn, (nee) Mae Etta (Mrs. Vail) 1975 129
Horne, Albert Nolan 1978 32
Hornsby, Dal 1973 19
Horton, Eldon L. 1986 261
Horton, Emmitt Leroy 1974 14
Horton, Florence B. (Mrs. Snodderly) 1987 272
Horton, Violet Margaret (nee Walker) 1983 193
Horton, (nee) Delpha (Mrs. Lawrence Ledgerwood) 1986 261
Hoskins, Nettie Vivian Cooper 1979 37 & 244
Houk, Elfriede Marie 1979 32 & 38 & 102
Houser, Gladys M. 1979 109
Howard, Dewey Ted 1975 223
Howard, Kenneth (Harold) 1979 86
Howard, Lydia M. (nee Akehurst) 1986 174
Howe, Addie (nee Porter) 1987 267
Hubbard, Avis M. 1980 115
Hubbard, Harry Olds (Rev.) 1986 87
Hubbard, Leon L. 1981 86 & 126 & 201
Hudson, Church H. 1972 50
Hudson, Frank 1975 122
Hudson, Owen Robert 1975 5 & 8
Huffman, (nee) Pearl F. (Mrs. Phillips) 1985 120
Hughes, Maxine (nee Beets) 1976 195
Hull, Pauline (nee Brown) 1987 238
Hulsey, Sarah 1975 50
Humble, Charles 1974 8
Hume, Gertrude A. 1975 8
Humphrey, Emma L. (Mrs.) 1980 273
Humphrey, James 1984 47
Humphrey, James Sr. 1976 148
Humphrey, Orville James (O. J.) 1987 172
Humphrey, Richard 1975 5
Hunt, Alva R. 1982 128
Hunt, Dwight Dr. 1987 256
Hunt, Q'Dellus A. 1987 77
Hunt, Robbie 1975 153 & 154
Hurd, Vivian (& dau Sabrina Petty) 1986 222 & 260
Hurley, Katheryn 1972 56
Hutchins, Hester E. 1987 269
Hutchinson, Wadie Clinton 1987 191
Huxtable, Effie Pearl 1979 184
Huxtable, (nee) Eupha (Mrs. Warden) 1986 251
Huyser, Corneal A. 1971 3
Ingle, Troy I. 1980 212
Ingram, James F.& Sr. 1961 9
Ingram, Sharon Ann 1979 87
Inman, Elbert L. 1987 163 & 257
Inman, Elmer (Dub) 1977 131
Ivey, Mildred Maye (Mrs.) 1981 208
Ivie, Amos 1987 293
Jack, Jesse David 1979 101
Jackson, Ada (Mrs. Kay) 1988 71
Jackson, Arthur R. 1987 169
Jackson, Barbara E. 1976 90
Jackson, Bonnie F. 1969 10
Jackson, David 1974/1975 12 & 23 & 155
Jackson, James Henry 1976 136
Jackson, Lura V. 1985 54
Jackson, Norman J. 1975 138
Jackson, P. R. 1980 187 & 239
Jacobs, Lloyd Eugene 1986 114 & 267
James, Catherine 1975 122
James, Frank 1977 57
James, John H. 1976 280
James, Lora Ellen (nee Ferrell) 1987 168 & 257
January, Marilyn June (nee Ridenour) 1957 225
Jayne, (nee) Ruby (Mrs. Gilbert) 1986 157
Jeans, C.B. (Bunch) 1974 16
Jenkins, Robert L. 1975 134
Jenne, Juliet A. (Mrs.) 1975 153 & 166
Jermain, Minnie C. 1975 63
Jinks, Ernest Ray 1983 204
Jinks, Ladena Aretha (nee Bowman) 1987 265
Jinks, Lodena A. 1987 167 & 284
Johnson, Albert J. 1974 17
Johnson, Charlotte R. 1987 70
Johnson, Clarence "Rusty" 1987 192
Johnson, Dean 1984 193
Johnson, Flora (Mrs.) 1979 148
Johnson, Grover 1980 145 & 201
Johnson, Infant daughter of Russell & Stacey 1987 284
Johnson, Jessie 1979 81
Johnson, Mary Veronica (nee Pacheco) 1987? 289
Johnson, Oscar R. 1985 52
Johnson, Rhoda 1975 13
Johnson, Tom 1976 100
Johnson, Willa 1975 7
Johnson, (nee) Julia (Mrs. Freeman) 1974 55
Johnston, Harley M. 1979 101
Johnston, Mildred (Mrs.) 1979 148
Joiner, Harrison John 1983 221
Jolley, J. Leo 1987 84
Jolliff, Lee M. 1987 172
Jonas, Greta 1979 113
Jones, Arthur E. 1974 29
Jones, Chloe 1986 124
Jones, Chloe (Mrs.) 1986 292
Jones, David Mitchell "Mitch" 1984 180
Jones, Doris Marie 1975 60
Jones, Edith B. 1981 187
Jones, Edna 1975 30
Jones, Esther Dortha 1975 26
Jones, Eupha Bernadine (nee Thornton) 1987 68 & 208
Jones, Florence G. (Mrs.) 1987 301
Jones, Herbert Oren 1972 50
Jones, Homer 1975 6
Jones, Jessie Fay 1984 47 & 48
Jones, Leah Fawn 1988 226
Jones, Louise 1975 60
Jones, Marvin Heston 1984 73
Jones, Otis 1987 263
Jones, Sara Anna 1975 62
Jones, William Jennings Bryan 1988 258 & 266
Jones, (nee) Mary Lou (Mrs. Baker) 1976 57 & 116
Jordan, Claude 1974 64
Jordan, Lewis W. 1972 6
Justus, Detlev 1983 221
Juul, Clarence M. 1986 260
Juul, Lenia Mae (nee Foraker) 1986 143
Kammerzell, Martha (nee Gundlock) 1984 180
Karnes, Georgia May 1977 137
Karnes, Johnie McKinley 1979 33
Kates, Perry LeRoy 1978 32 & 34
Kaup, Estelle (Mrs.) 1983 193
Kaup, Melvin C. 1974 61
Kay, Ada (nee Jackson) 1988 71
Keener, Benjamin Franklin 1977/78 36
Keithly, Edythe (Mrs. Shane) (2 articles) 1987 250
Keithly, Mary Mae 1982 128
Keller, Faye V. (Mrs.) 1980 277
Kelley, Beulah Mildred 1986 108
Kelley, Florence R. 1979 81 & 82
Kelley, Ms.. 1979 89
Kelley, (nee)Bessie (Mrs. Newman) 1984 87
Kelly, Albert 1973 58
Kelly, Edith Pearl 1979 34
Kelsey, Marion T. (nee Dodge) 1987 92 & 277
Kenreigh, Evelyn (nee Cox) 1987 245 & 298
Kenreigh, J. Leet 1975 50
Kenyon, Orlie Earl 1976 200
Kerr, Helen Louise (nee Scott) 1986 75 & 143
Kessler, Mildred 1982 127
Ketchum, John Everett 1973 19
Key, Shirley D. 1980 187 & 239
Keys, Cordelia Mae 1975 133
Kidd, H. B. 1981 272
Kile/Kyle, Daisy 1986 39 & 44
Killion, (nee) Ruby (Mrs. Hair) 1988 235
Kimble, Oren S. "Red" 1988 235
Kimmons, Walter H. 1974 21
Kincade, Orval 1979 117
Kincade, Veronica Loretta 1972 139
Kinder, Wesley Leo 1978 36
King, Floyd G. 1987 288
King, Kenny 1974 129
King, Paul D. 1975 166
Kinney, (nee) Mabel B. (Mrs. Nelson) 1987 253
Kinsey, William Earl 1986 54
Kinsley, Dorothy Gladdys 1984 179
Klinglesmith, Alma V. (Mrs.) 1975 71 & 146
Knight, Amanda Layne 1982 44
Knight, Lloyd Henry 1967 10
Knittle, James Edward 1979 82
Knotts, Lola (Mrs.) 1984 223
Koesler, Susie 1975 18
Kornegay, (nee) Fay Louise (Mrs. Confer) 1986 215 & 230
Korthase, Earl 1986 261
Kraft, Mae 1986 190
Kralik, Opal (nee Wilson) 1987 170 & 265
Krieg, John 1979 141
Kuder, Albert E. 1988 72
Kuder, Elizabeth Laverne (Mrs.) 1980 273
Kuder, James 1987 172
Kuder, (nee) Joyce (Mrs. Slavens) 1987 256
Kyle/Kile, Daisy 1986 44
Lacy, Veda (nee Millikan) 1978 139
LaDuke, (nee)Alma May (Mrs. Walker) 1987 210
LaFalier, (nee) Beulah May (Mrs. Mayfield) 1986 75 & 143
Lalicker, Amos Monroe 1975 28
Lamb, Cecilia 1962 10
Lancaster, Connie L. 1986 114
Lancaster, William Woodrow "Woody" 1987 278
Lance, Vera (nee Teenor) 1976 137
Landers, Dorothy 1975 2 & 28
Landrum, Jefferson E. "Sim" 1975 145 & 153
Landrumm, D. A. "Stanley" 1974 7
Lane, Jimmie L. (Mrs.) 1987 300
Lane, William "Bill" 1986 123
Lang, Millie (nee Hemphill) 1977 138
Langley, James F. 1974 13
Lary, James T. 1976 142
Latham, Maude Ellen (nee Wells) 1984 100
Laudati, Henry 1987 170
Lawhorn, James Norman 1987 93 & 300
Lawrence, Geneva 1976 57
Lawson, Cecil 1974 130
Lawson, David Wayne 1976 156
Lawson, George "Tudor" 1975 6
Lay, Sarah M. (nee Trotter) 1988 267 & 268
Lay, (nee) Juanita Fern (Mrs. Wayman) 1986 144
Layton, William Jay 1984 48
Lea, Lorell R. 1978 32
Leake, Dona K. 1983 76
Leake, Leroy 1974 130
Ledbetter, Aimee (nee White) 1987 291 & 302
Ledbetter, Nolan E. 1987 301
Ledgerwood, Delpha (nee Horton) 1986 261
Lee, William R. "Bill" 1986 150
Leeper, Bessie 1980 185 & 186
LeFlore, Cornelia 1987 205
LeForce, Lowery 1978 33 & 59
Leforce, Ora B. 1975 121
Legg, Warren F. 1988 265
Leighton, Dora Ann 1982 43
Lemaster, Mellie (Mrs.) 1976 147
Lennartz, Ethel Ray (nee Meek) 1976 196
Leonard, Thelma (nee Carter) 1979 38 & 86
Leslie, Lucille May (nee Mc Coin) 1986 174
Lester, Helen 1984 69
Lester, Lon C. 1973 29
Lester, Richey 1979 117
Lewis, Eureka Mae 1975 18
Lewis, Katherine (Mrs.) 1986 238
Lewis, Lisel "Larson" 1987 294
Lewis, Margaret "Maggie" 1977 211
Lewis, Mrs. Jack Smartt 1987 240
Lewis, Pearl E. 1975 23 & 94 & 224
Lewis, Velma (Mrs.) 1984 223
Lightfoot, Chester R. 1980 274
Ligon , John Robert Jr. 1973 20
Lind, John M. 1987 208
Lindsay, Tammy Lou 1986 45 & 124
Linkler, Bryant W. 1987 201
Linn, (nee)Bertha (Mrs. Davis) 1984 199
Lippel, Lewis G. 1987 227 & 257
Litle, Allene 1986 53
Little, Maude Mae 1974 16
Livingston, Cecil Boyd 1984 199
Livingston, Don L. 1986 218
Livingston, Ellen Dorsey 1980 110
Lodal, Zola May 1987 220
Loffelholz, Della Irene 1975 2
Lofgren, Preston Davis 1987 91
Lollar, Cecil (Mrs.) 1974 23
Long, Mamie M. 1986 119
Long, Oma Pearl (nee Thompson) 1986 160 & 189
Long, Robert L. 1984 223
Long, (nee) Mildred (Mrs. Sooter) 1981 299
Long, (nee) Sue (Mrs. Cruce) 1988 176
Longtail, Henry 1985 54
Looney, Ray J. 1985 199
Lopez, Wilma Jean 1983 282
Losey, Roy James 1986 51
Lowe, Margaret 1975 13
Lowrimore, Hebert 1978 59
Loy, Herbert W. 1986 259
Lucas, Bert Robert 1957 225
Lucas, Jessie Bell 1986 111
Luginbuel, Jeff 1975 30
Lunday, Wilma 1986 80
Lundy, John A. "Jack" 1988 176 & 269
Lundy, Joseph Clinton 1977 137
Lundy, Joseph Francis 1972 50
Lusk, Opal Lillian (nee Burk) 1987 171
Lutz, James R. 1976 151
Lynch, Betty E. (nee Fanning) 1988 231
Lynch, Charles W. A. 1973/74 32
Lynch, Mary Louise (nee Parks) 1987 227
Lynch, Pearl Pauline 1979 85
Mabery, (nee) Luanna (Mrs. Monroe-Stephens) 1973 129
Mach, Rose (Mrs.) 1987 271
Madison, Veda (nee Trout) 1975 134
Mahanes, Ernest M. 1975 155
Mahanes, Harley A. 1982 43
Mahanes, Howard B. 1986 75
Mahon, Irene Duncan 1981 88
Makin, Raymon Odell 1981 184
Malone, Billy Lee 1978 244 & 275
Manley, Carl Eugene 1972 56
Manley, Daisy 1973 20
Manley, Joseph 1974 11 & 29
Maple, Tom 1975 14
Marble, Mary Ellen (nee Goins) 1979 81
Marks, Martha (Mrs.) 1980 162 & 174 & 239
Marple, Grace 1984 53
Marshall, Leasa Annette 1986 105
Marshall, (nee) Pearl (Mrs. Warren) 1988 216
Martin, Alva (Mrs.) 1984 87 & 201
Martin, Archie O. 1976 57
Martin, Doyle L. 1987 291
Martin, George (Dick) 1981 127 & 128
Martin, Hazel Adeline 1974 15
Martin, James Curtis 1987 77
Martin, James Len 1973 131
Martin, Maggie (nee Bush) 1981 202
Martin, Mary Jean 1980 115
Martin, Oscar 1987 245
Martin, Ray 1987 68
Martin, Sarah Florence (Mrs.) 1980 277
Martin, Willie Jean 1975 124
Martin, (nee) Nann M. (Mrs. Hibbard) 1973 20
Martin, (nee) Virginia (Mrs.Dunn) 1988 71
Massey, Fred 1972 133
Mathews, Sydney P. "Sid" 1985 42
Mathis, (nee) Hulda Jane (Mrs. Granger) 1975 55
Matt, Patricia (Mrs.) 1987 246
Matteson, Juanita P. 1975 125
Matthews, Robert 1988 297
Mattos, Mary (nee Tate) 1977 140
Matushek, Alberta 1975 182
Maxfield, Ellery Deen 1980? 245
Maxville, Randy Wayne 1987 95
Mayfield, Betty Jo (nee Ballard) 1988 216
Mayfield, Beulah May (nee LaFalier) 1986 75 & 143
Mayfield, Virginia May 1986 150
Mayfield, Virginia May (nee Price) 1986 292
Mayfield, William S. "Will" 1987 192 & 295
Mayfield, Willis Ray 1986 186
Mays, John Albert 1976 142
Mays, Joseph 1974 58
Mc Affrey, David Brian 1986 108
Mc Affrey, Roy Wayne 1986 51
Mc Affrey, (nee) Dollie (Mrs. Patch) 1988 70 & 236
Mc Cabe, John Paul 1986 39
Mc Caleb, Irvin Lee 1988 232
Mc Caleb, Leroy K. 1978 36
Mc Carty, George Truitt 1976 71
Mc Carty, Richard Olen 1973 131
Mc Caw, D.R. 1975 18 & 134
Mc Clain, Velma A. (Mrs.) 1986 173
Mc Clintock, Russell 1975 154
Mc Clure, Billie Marie (Mrs. Maurice) 1988 69
Mc Clure, Grace V. 1988 69
Mc Clure, Vernon Howard 1987 237
Mc Coin, (nee) Lucille May (Mrs. Leslie) 1986 174
Mc Colloch, Jeane M 1981 202
Mc Cormick, Martha Marie 1974 25 & 138
Mc Cracken, John S. 1975 27
Mc Daniel, Robert H. 1974 11
Mc Donald, Keith 1981 188
Mc Donald, Kimberly 1987 211
Mc Donough, Alva William 1987 95 & 240
Mc Donough, Vernon Lee 1988 175 & 181
Mc Dowell, Eva Faye 1984 53
Mc Fall Ivan1973 19
Mc Farland, Edna Mae (Mrs.) 1983 193
Mc Gee, Ambrose "Wado" (Mc Gee & Mc Ghee) 1987 254 & 294
Mc Gee, Grace (Mrs.) 1980 239
Mc Ghee, Ambrose "Wado" (Mc Ghee & Mc Gee) 1987 154 & 294
Mc Ghee, Bryl H. 1977 145
Mc Ginnis, Jessie B. (Mrs.) 1987 191
Mc Guire, Jimmie Dwight 1987 206
Mc Hone, Eugene Earl 1987 68 & 78
Mc Kee, (nee) Alma (Mrs. Kenneth Gentry) 1974 17
Mc Kenzie, Lacey 1974 21
Mc Kinney, Addie 1986 106 & 183
Mc Kinney, Clara Inez (nee Hardrick) 1986 198
Mc Kinney, Ruby J. 1983 247
Mc Kinzie, John Ira 1980 115
Mc Kinzie, Zada Inez (Mrs.) 1980 274
Mc Kisick, George D. 1979 126
Mc Kisick, Laurence 1987 228 & 267
Mc Kisick, Mary 1987 94
Mc Knight, Cloe 1983 204
Mc Knight, James Madison 1979 81
Mc Laughlin, Thersey "Gwin" 1988 74
Mc Laughlin, (nee) Carrie (Mrs. Swink) 1986 143
Mc Millan, Clarice H. 1973 1
Mc Millan, Hallie M. 1975 15
Mc Millan, J.M.& Dr. 1972 1
Mc Nealy, Lillie (Mrs.) 1980 269
Mc Rae, Malcolm A. 1988 69 & 234
Mc Spadden, Ermina "Tot" 1975 25
Mc Spadden, Walter 1987 205
Mc Vay, Wimbern M. 1976 136
Mead, Carrie 1975 2 & 8
Meadows, Joe 1987 205
Meek, Ada (Mrs.) 1983 203
Meek, Ada (nee Donnelly) 1983 247
Meek, Alvin 1972 56
Meek, (nee) Ethel Ray (Mrs. Lennartz) 1976 196
Meeks, Loie (Mrs.) 1987 294
Merrell, L. Frank 1974 61
Methvin, Elizabeth "Betty" (Mrs.) 1980 211
Michael, Dora 1987 99
Miers, Marie 1986 75
Miers, Mildred (Mrs.) 1980 246 & 274
Miles, Joseph S. (of Tulsa & Ok) 1986 196
Miles, (nee) Ida Mae (Mrs. Moomaw) 1987 279
Miles, (nee) Maxine (Mrs. Fultner) 1988 267
Miller, Ardith B. (Mrs. Davis) 1987 163
Miller, Beulah Bell (Mrs.) 1987 302
Miller, Jack 1980 217
Miller, Jeanetta Eugenia (Mrs.) 1986 80 & 262
Miller, Jess David 1979 38
Miller, Jimmie G. 1979 85
Miller, Kenneth 1976 116
Miller, Richard A. 1985 83
Miller, Rose Lee 1975 5
Miller, Wayne H. 1988 73
Millikan, (nee) Veda (Mrs. Lacy) 1978 139
Mills, Floyd Jr. "Booge" 1979 82
Miner, Paggy Jo 1987 287
Miner, Peggy 1986 150
Minnix, Sylvia Irene (nee Blackburn) 1987 169
Minson, Nellie Francis 1981 77 & 202
Mitchell, Alice Leota (Mrs.) 1980 240
Mitchell, Katherine Lee 1978 59
Mitchell, Lee 1974 64
Mitchell, Lula A. 1979 38
Moberg, Juanita C. 1979 33
Moline, Oscar T.& Rev. 1976 152
Monroe, James W. 1975 92
Monroe, Nellie 1985 173
Monroe, (nee) Dee (Mrs. Hanes) 1987 283
Montgomery, Dennis Douglas 1987 285
Montgomery, Nelson Clouse 1983 263
Montgomery, Richard L. "Dick" 1979 86
Montgomery, (nee) Bernice "Bernie" (Mrs. Williams) 1988 231
Moody, Joe 1987 93
Moody, Pauline (Mrs.) 1987 284
Moomaw, Ida Mae (nee Miles) 1987 279
Moor, Mary Elizabeth 110
Moore, Belle O. 1973 19
Moore, C.R. 1987 83
Moore, Edna Frances (Mrs.) 1987 287
Moore, Gladys Lucille 1980 212
Moore, Mick 1986 157 & 189
Moore, Ruby K. 1988 167
Morgan, Roy Oliver 1975 6
Morris, Elva Donohue 1981 218
Morris, William R. 1975 13
Morrison, Henry C. Dr. 1975 134
Morrison, (nee) Minnie M. (Mrs. Scott) 1986 111
Morrow, Bobby Gene 1988 233
Mortlock, Eulala Kell (Mrs.) 1984 198
Moss, Bert David 1987 249
Motley, Jacob Verdin 1988 226
Mount, Zura A. 1974 21
Moyer, Frank 1984 194
Mozingo, Ethel (Mrs.) 1987 256
Mudd, Joseph Oscar 1972 49
Mulanax, Etta (Mrs.) 1979 244
Muncy, Bessie (nee Rae) 1984 178
Munson, Edward Barney 1982 128
Murphy, Herman Robert 1978/79 31 & 125
Murphy, Jeanne S. (Mrs.) 1975 146
Murphy, William L. (Lin) 1978 32
Murr, Alta Onade (nee Black) 1987 192
Muskrow, (nee) Ina Elsie (Mrs. Haff) 1988 74
Myers, Herman D. 1957 225
Myers, (nee) Myrtle Marie (Mrs. Curry) 1987 279
Nail, Rubalee (nee Parks) 1984 201
Nair, Margaret M. 1973 129
Nair, Perry Oliver 1973 29
Nall, Carol LaDonna (nee White) 1986 222 & 229 & 242
Nall, David Wayne 1987 255
Nash, Earl 1988 234
Neal, David Thomas 1980 190
Neal, Martha (Mrs.) 1987 302
Neal, Oliver Emil 1987 67
Neff, J.H. (Jack) 1979 84
Neil, Merle Edwin 1986 107 & 189 & 216
Neilson, Roxie Maynard 1984 197
Nelson, Homer L. 1980 109
Nelson, Mabel B. (nee Kinney) 1987 253
Nelson, Thurman 1987 264
Nelson, Wesley J. 1987 278
Newburn, Daniel A. 1986 238
Newcomb, Ruby May (nee Fields) 1975 146
Newcomb, Van T. 1971 55
Newhart, Infant son of Chris & Barbara 1988 235
Newman, Bessie (nee Kelley) 1984 87
Nicholson, Fannie 1976 152
Nicks, Lola Elsie 1976 136
Ninemire, (nee) Ethel Oleta (Mrs. Ruggles) 1987 255
Nix, Marie Arter 1984 72
Nix, (nee) Billie Marie (Mrs. McClure) 1988 69
Noble, James H. 1983 242
Noble, Leslie L. 1976 132 & 156
Nolen, James 1974 16
Nugent, Claude E. 1974 64
Null, Charles Eugene (Gene) 1975 55
Null, Clarence 1975 55
Null, Patsy Ruth (nee Bell) 1988 270
O'Neill, Clyde R. 1988 176
Oakes, Joe F. 1973 24
Oakley, James Lyle "Buck" 1975 135
Oakley, Vernon J. "Shorty" 1976 229
Odell, Lillie Mae 1980 115
O'Dell, James J. "J.J." 1987 172
O'Gara, Flossie Mae (nee Sweatman) 1988 268
O'Gara, Zetta Mae 1979 126
Ogden, Owen Hoover (2 articles) 1983 214
Oglesby, John L. 1975 134
Oldaker, Eliza P. 1974 22 & 61
Olguin, Alfred S. 1988 181 & 270
Olsen, Edgar S. 1979 103 & 126
Olson, Carl Daniel "Dan" 1987 249
Olson, Lillie Adaline 1974 23
O'Neal, William Paul (Bud) 1985 51
O'Neal, (nee)Linnie N. (Mrs. Conrad) 1988 256
O'Neill, Clyde R. 1988 269
O'Neill, Estella (Mrs.) 1987 168 & 271
O'Neill, (nee) Nellie Glendora (Mrs. Sanborn) 1983 203 & 248
Opichka, Marilyn Louise (nee Chapman) 1981 187
Orr, Virginia C. (Mrs.) 1984 194
Osborn, Tom 1979 85
Oskison, Alleene (nee Stone) 1988 236
Overall, John A. 1980 187 & 239
Overstreet, John Leonard 1974 14
Owen, Bernice (Mrs.) 1987 278 & 300
Owens, Martin E. 1976 280
Owens, Sidney J. 1986 106
Ownby, Gladys (Mrs. Strum) 1986 149
Oxford, Clarence Eugene 1978 31
Pace, John Elmo 1975 137
Paddock, Fred L. 1979 103 & 126
Paden, Bernice Gail 1979 59
Pagh, Wanda (nee Walker) 1987 272
Parker, Allie Mae 1986 42
Parker, Benjamin F. 1987 258
Parker, Bev Franklin 1980 245
Parker, Laura Irene 1978 143
Parker, Mollie 1985 51
Parker, (nee)Mary (Mrs. Parkhurst) 1988 215 & 287
Parkhurst, Mary (nee Parker) 1988 215 & 287
Parkison, James 1974 64
Parkison, (nee) Lennie May (Mrs. Ellis) 1986 76 & 113
Parks, (nee) Mary Louise (Mrs. Lynch) 1987 227
Parks, (nee) Rubalee (Mrs. Nail) 1984 201
Parnell, Maggie Arnita 1985 52
Parrish, Georgia Adelia 1974 4
Partain, Willie T. 1979 103
Pasceri, Rae Elizabeth 1987 245
Patch, Dollie (nee Mc Affrey) 1988 70 & 236
Patterson, Herman M. 1980 277
Patterson, (nee) Grace E. (Mrs. Schmidt) 1987 70
Patton, Brady Lee 1971 3
Patton, Francis (nee Wiggins) 1987 99 & 285
Paul, William L. 1984 197
Paxson, Helen Johnson 1974 132
Payne, Kenneth G. 1976 165
Payne, Mary 1979 82 & 140
Payton, Damaris A. 1972 56
Peace, Leon 1976 151
Peak, Mildred (Mrs.) 1987 167 & 227 & 257 & 293
Pearce, Glenn Monroe 1957 226
Pearson, Lilla Gertrude 1975 122
Pease, Thomas Asa 1987 300
Pease, (nee) Sylvia (Mrs. Dunn) 1987 270
Peck, Dora I. 1971 57
Pendley, Max Rev. 1984 177
Penix, Isaac D. 1975 15
Pennell, Olive 1987 245
Percy, Clara 1980 112
Perkins, James W. 1987 161
Perry, Albert 1987 182
Perry, Orrel Wayne 1987 210
Perry or Terry, Cora A. (Mrs.) 1976 145 & 166
Peters, Marguerite 1975 138
Petitt, Annie 1975 8
Petitt, Joseph 1975 8
Petty, Amanda Jo "Mandy" 1987 191 & 219
Petty, Sabrina (& mother & Vivian Hurd) 1986 222 & 260
Phillebaum, Ralph L. 1980 202
Phillips, Genevieve D. 1986 184
Phillips, Lena Frances (Mrs.) (funeral card) 1987 161
Phillips, Pearl F. (nee Huffman) 1985 120
Phillips, Ruth Ellen (Mrs.) 1987 169 & 172
Pickering, Kristin Janel 1986 144
Pickett, Rosa May 1987 206
Pierce, Anna Agnes 1972 35
Pierce, Ernest 1986 150 & 292
Pierce, Frank Eugene 1988 69 & 72
Pierce, Roy 1974 64
Pierce, Ruth Ann (Stockwell) 1987 74
Pierson, Robert 1974 65
Pilkington, Robert Earl 1980 274
Pitcher, George B. Sr. 1984 199
Pitcher, Mayme Gladys (nee Cook) 1986 209 & 227
Pitchford, Ira G. 1979 148
Pitchford, Tonibel (nee Whiteaker) 1981 188
Plant, Harold J. 1987 77 & 97
Plummer, (nee) Lula May (Mrs. Wellman) 1987 161
Polson, Chelsea 1981 127
Polson, James D. 1976 57
Polston, Maxine Ms. 1987 265
Poplin, Katie L. (Mrs.) 1987 286
Poplin, Van 1988 234
Popllin, Katie L. (Mrs.) 1987 99 & 207
Pore, Orville N. 1974 8
Porter, Perry Arthur ("Pete") 1974 14
Porter, (nee) Addie (Mrs. Howe) 1987 267
Portwood, Mae 1986 192
Potts, Iris Lorraine (nee Wells) 1986 144
Powell, Bert A. 1981 201
Powell, Charles C. 1974 146
Powell, Perry Elmo 1986 149
Powell, Rebecca Jo (Mrs.) 1987 285 & 289
Powell, Robert Grant Dr. 1988 268
Prather, (nee) Roberta (Mrs Cox) 1986 150 & 292
Praytor, Floyd Hugh 1986 42
Price, Bessie May or Essie May 1979 34 & 113 &139 & 140
Price, Cora 1977 131
Price, Essie May or Bessie May 1979 34 & 113 &139 & 140
Price, Joyce Evelyn (nee Tuggle) 1987 192
Price, (nee) Emily A. (Mrs. Southerland) 1986 83
Price, (nee) Virginia May (Mrs. Mayfield) 1986 292
Prie, Fannie 1986 108
Prine, Minnie M. 1974 12
Provence, Lawrence Stone 1987 208
Provence, Vera Vernice 1976 275
Puckett, Joseph L. 1987 95
Pullman, A.B. 1972 58
Purcell, Jack W. 1978 33 & 59
Pyeatt, Mabel 1979 104
Quackenbush, Hurley F. 1987 79 & 98
Queen, Alton Jay 1986 53
Radford, Earl W. 1983 203
Rae, (nee) Bessie (Mrs. Muncy) 1984 178
Rafferty, Opal N. 1984 40 & 44
Rahn, Elton L. 1975 14
Rame, Fred Jr. (funeral card) 1980 159
Ramsey, LaHoma (nee Sanders) 1987 267
Ramsey, Nicholas 1974 8
Rankin, Robert 1978 88
Rapp, Donald Alfred 1973 121
Rapp, Efton William 1987 170
Rarick, Floyd C. 1984 194
Raulston, Josie 1975 1 & 27
Ray, Ferdnanc (Fritz) 1973 65
Ready, Ethel M. (Mrs.) 1975 66 & 154
Reagan, Ruth W. 1976 229
Reavis, (nee) Mary Josephine (Mrs. Brown) 1986 107
Rector, Earl M. 1987 93
Redwine, Henry F. Jr. 1987 265
Reed, Dolly Juanite (nee Mc Kay) 1987 291
Reed, Joe M. Sr. 1987 228
Reed, Leonard Warren 1988 235
Reed, Mae R. 1979? 122
Reed, Nannie B. 1973 122
Reed, (nee) Mildred R. (Mrs. Rhodes) 1988 234
Reese, Vern Andrew Sr. 1986 106
Reheard, Lovina (Mrs.) 1986 123 & 169 & 223
Reheard, Tommy 1984 223
Reich, Frank 1974 23
Renard, Frank 1986 113
Renard, Mabel (Mrs.) 1982 247
Renfro, Joe 1978 82
Rexwinkle, Gladys I. (nee Foster) 1984 194
Rexwinkle, Irvin Monroe 1986 119 & 123
Reynolds, Daniel Boone 1976 57
Rhoads, Lawrence 1969 9
Rhodes, Mildred R. (nee Reed) 1988 234
Rice, Marshall W. 1979 86
Rich, Hattie Elizabeth (Mrs.) 1984 197
Richards, Eva Jane (Mrs.) 1980 246
Richards, Floyd C. 1974 22
Richardson, Janice Lynn (nee Fessler) 1986 141 & 299
Richardson, Jess Floyd 1981 102
Riddle, Sherman "Shorty" 1983 224
Ridenhour, Emmett D. 1976 137
Ridenour, (nee) Marilyn June (Mrs. January) 1957 225
Rider, Albert Joel 1978 37
Ridgway, Midge 1974? 130
Ridley, Basha 1975 66
Riggs, Paul S. 1987 164
Riley, Ernest Clarence 1980 205 & 273
Riley, Hattie Delilah 1976 142 & 280
Riley, Lois Edie Mae (nee Downing) 1986 144
Rine, Vera C. 1974 132
Risman, Rachel 1973 24
Roberson, James H. "Butch Tandy" 1975 154
Roberts, Francis Marion 1978 33
Roberts, Leora (Mrs.) 1987 238 & 301
Roberts, Martha Agnes 1978 35 & 88
Robertson, Matthew R. 1962 10
Robertson, Nora Stites Johnson (Mrs.) 1980 218
Robertson, Sherman "Bill" 1975 49
Robinson, Charles L. 1974 146
Robinson, James Lee 1980 147
Robinson, William Lloyd 1987 263
Roddy, Aubrey 1987 293
Rogers, Everret Louis 1986 251
Rogers, Frenzella (2 items) 1987 161
Rogers, George Robert 1975 12
Rogers, Lee G. 1982 44
Rogers, Lewis 1973 20
Rogers, Ona Ola (Mrs.) 1987 291
Rogers, Robert John 1986 107 & 149
Roles, Vera A. 1980 188
Rollins, Jack P/T Dr. 1986 67 & 87
Romer, Evelyn J. 1984 40
Roper, Clay M. 1974 22
Roscoe, Armon (Dene) 1986 39
Rose, Gus Merle 1980? 246
Ross, George A. 1975 78
Ross, Nell S. 1971 156
Ross, Tellary 1987 98
Rothermel, Frances Lee 1980 109
Rucker, Fred 1975 135
Ruckman, Ronald Leon (Sp 4) 1971 155
Rudy, Clifford Eve Martin 1974 66
Ruggles, Ethel Oleta (nee Ninemire) 1987 255
Russell, Hallie Evelyn 1987/88 70
Russell, Helen Virginia 1975 23
Russell, Kenneth Eugene 1986 215 & 262
Russell, Leo T. 1976 58
Russell, Norman R. 1975 50
Russell, (nee) Vina J. (Mrs. Beach) 1987 94
Ryan, Bessie E. (nee Fuller) 1984 193
Ryan, David W. 1984 179
Sallee, Burnie O. 1987 289
Samples, Joseph Wayne 1975 121
Sanborn, Nellie Glendora (nee O'Neill) 1983 203 & 248
Sanders, Ben 1984 194
Sanders, (nee) LaHoma (Mrs. Ramsey) 1987 267
Sankey, Ada 1974 132
Sarver, Jacob D. 1975 30
Satterwhite, Faye Maxine (Mrs.) 1976 145 & 166 & 182
Satterwhite, James Sanford 1975 135
Satterwhite, William E. (funeral card) 1977 160
Saunders, Lorene Monroe (Mrs.) 1984 177
Sauthoff, Mary Francys 1986 219
Saxon, Louis Wesley 1988 226
Schatz, Ddonna Faye (of Ala. & killed here) 1980 275
Schmidt, Grace E. (nee Patterson) 1987 70
Schneider, Lena R. 1979 101 & 104 & 140
Schoonover, Oman John (O.J.) 1979 104
Schroers, Leona J. 1979 38
Schumacher, Earl E. 1987 228
Schuth, William Craig 1975 166
Schwartz, Arthur Gregory 1987 301
Schwartz, (nee) Lois (Mrs. Anderson) 1986 107
Schweitzer, Lester Anthony 1987 264
Scott, Charles D. 1979 101
Scott, Earl 1981 88
Scott, Ella 1962 10
Scott, Infant son of Ken & Sonya 1987 251
Scott, John V. 1979 36 & 141
Scott, Minnie M. (nee Morrison) 1986 111
Scott, Nancy Ann (Mrs.) 1981 272
Scott, Nancy Jane (Mrs.) 1987 279
Scott, (nee) Helen Louise (Mrs. Kerr) 1986 75
Sears, Willis Richard 1987 288
Seaton, Leslie W. 1979 108
Secondine, Henry Anderson 1986 45 & 114
Seigel, Margaret 1986 113
Seigel, (nee) Shirley Ann (Mrs. Smith) 1986 80
Sellmeyer, Martha Caroline (Mrs.) 1983 213
Settle, Eleanor M. (Mrs.) 1986 260
Settle, Ward 1979? 118
Shamblin, (nee) Pauline Naomi (Mrs. Ellsworth) 1977? 137
Shanahan, Ben 1975 122
Shanahan, Edward Jr. 1986 119
Shanahan, Thelma V. 1977 35
Shane, Edythe (nee Keithly) (2 articles) 1987 250
Shank, Ora Dell (nee Sweatman) 1988 70 & 233
Sharum, Eugene F. 1984 200
Shaw, Mrs. Artie M. 1975 145
Shawnee, Clark Vernon (PFC) 1971 & 1975 155
Shawnee, William L. 1984 200
Sheffield, Mark 1974 129
Shelton, Warren 1974 131
Sherrill, Delia M. 1985 52
Shipley, William Frederick III 1976 152
Shope, Roy Edward 1987 162
Shoultz, Lillie Mae 1986 67
Shouse, Ada 1974 16
Shouse, Howard A. 1978 36
Shrum, Norman James 1987 163
Shults, Henry C. 1986 252
Shultz, Alberta (nee Wilson) 1987 227 & 263
Shurtleff, Anna K. 1978 36
Siegel, (nee) Shirley Ann (Mrs. Smith) 1986 262
Siler, Hazel Violet (2 items) 1984 179
Siler, Patricia Sue 1978 31
Simmons, Charles 1987 227 & 257 & 283
Simms, Ethel 1975 2
Simms, (nee) Gertrude Helen (Mrs. Herrington) 1986 80 & 190 & 252 & 262
Simpson, Theodore R. 1975 125
Sitton, Arthur James 1975 63
Skelly, Daniel P. 1973 29
Skinner, Robert Wayne 1986 114
Skinner, (nee) Mary Pauline (Mrs. Haffey) 1984 224
Slate, Marie 122
Slaughter, (by birth) Tony Owen Sr. (adopted by Dunn) 1988 231
Slavens, Joyce (nee Kuder) 1987 256
Sloan, Jack Walton 1979 117 & 126 & 147
Sloan, Luella 1976 182
Smith, Alta Marie 1985 42
Smith, Alva Amos 1986 271
Smith, Ambrose 1962 9 & 10
Smith, Betty Joyce (of Adair OK) 1976 196
Smith, Bob R. 1981 120
Smith, Clarence Edmond 1975 27
Smith, Everett 1974 33
Smith, Frances G. 1983 76
Smith, Garland 1979 81
Smith, Gary Anon 1986 108 & 230
Smith, Gladys C. Dr. (nee Smith) 1987 283
Smith, Gladys I. (Mrs.) 1982 247
Smith, Hazel 1979 126
Smith, Helen 1975 28
Smith, Isaac D. 1973/74 29
Smith, James Thomas "Shorty" 1960 3
Smith, John D. 1988 236
Smith, John Lee 1962 10
Smith, Larry J. 1974 22
Smith, Lewyn 1987 192
Smith, Marion Neece "Lefty" 1986 39
Smith, Mary Manilla 1984 48
Smith, Michael Ray 1980 185
Smith, Mrs. Lee 1974 64
Smith, Neil Nelson 1985 42
Smith, Ona Lucille (nee Smith) 1986 124
Smith, Richard Fate 1975 18
Smith, Ronnie 1982 39
Smith, Roy 1977 199
Smith, Roy W. 1986 222
Smith, Shirley Ann (nee Seigel) 1986 80 & 262
Smith, Virgil D. (Sam) 1986 53
Smith, Wanda L. 1980 115
Smith, William "Toots" 1987 209
Smith, William Elmer 1986? 248
Smith, Worthy Tobe 1988 231
Smith, (nee) Ona Lucille (Mrs. Smith) 1986 124
Smyth, Juanita 1974 21 & 25
Snodderly, Florence B. (nee Horton) 1987 272
Snodderly, Jake G. 1987 254
Snodgrass, Hattie May 1979 81 & 101
Snodgrass, Mrs. Ernest G. 1979 89
Snyder, Elias John 1988 268
Sockey, Beatrice Hayes (Mrs.) 1984 223
Sooter, Mildred (nee Long) 1981 299
Souders, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 1986 261
Souders, Leola Faye (nee Anderson) 1987 279
South, Ruby 1981 89
Southerland, Emily A. (nee Price) 1986 83
Sparks, Anna R. (Mrs.) 1976 165
Sparks, Cora Lee (nee Veach) 1988 71
Spaulding, (nee) Carolyn Mae (Mrs. Boggs) 1975 6
Spears, Nellie Arlene 1986 221
Speer, Russell C. 1986 186
Spencer, Lem B. 1983 221
Spiker, Angeline 1974 12
Spotts, Thelma 1975 133
Spradlin, William Earl 1974 15
Sprague, Jay B. 1973 12
Spry, Nina Mae (Mrs.) 1980 200
Spunaugle, Clifton L. (Dick) 1987 70
Spunaugle, Jesse 1983 203
Spunaugle, Lula 1979 38 & 102 & 114
Spurgeon, Ben F. 1979 90
Stafford, Irene E. 1986 222
Stanberry, Dura L. (Mrs.) 1987 68 & 208
Stanfield, Clarence 1986 40
Stanislaus, Glen 1973/75 32
Stanislaus, Ovel 1972 4
Stanley, Ora 1981 78
Stark, Thelma 1984 107
Staubus, Ted L. 1981 184
Staubus, Victor H. 1972 133
Stauder, Irwin E. 1974 5
Steeber, Jacob R. 1973 130
Stephens, Luanna (nee Mabery) 1973 129
Stephens, Nellie (Mrs.) 1984 199
Stephens, Ulysses F. "Steve" 1987 237
Stephenson, Harry Boyd 1985 194
Stepp, Cecil Glenn 1988 181
Stepp, Homer William 1979 117
Stewart, Scott T. Jr 1986 112
Stockwell, (nee) Ruth Ann (Mrs. Pierce) 1987 74
Stoffer, (nee) Emma Anna (Mrs. Gregg) 1987 272
Stone, Margaret Lavon 110
Stone, (nee) Alleene (Mrs. Oskison) 1988 236
Story, Myrtle 1986 120
Stott, Willie Jewell (Mrs.) 1986 190 & 252
Stotts, William Harvey "Doc"& Dr. 1986 111
Stowe, Eugene Edward "Gene" 1987 272
Straw, Caddo M. 1985 54
Street, Murrel Franklin 1976 137 & 152
Strickland, Infant son 1974 65
Strickland, Lessie 1975 66
Stroud, Edna (Mrs.) 1976 110 & 280
Strum, Gladys (Mrs. Ownby) 1986 149
Sturdivant, Henry 1979 85
Sturdivant, Jasper "Bill" 1986 42
Suberly, Marie 1975 64
Suddarth, Ivo Carl 1986 190
Suffridge, Clyde T. 1979 82
Sumner, Dick 1981 248
Surine, Edward James 1980 278
Sweatman, (nee) Flossie Mae (Mrs. O'Gara) 1988 268
Sweatman, (nee) Ora Dell (Mrs.Shank) 1988 70 & 233
Sweeny, Inf Dau of Claude Jr 1977 155
Swink, Carrie (nee McLaughlin) 1986 143
Talley, Garland C. 1987 86
Tanner, Frances (Mrs.) 1957 226
Tartar, Gladys Cloe 1980 109
Tate, Betty Lucille (Mrs.) 1987 301
Tate, Charles W. 1987 237
Tate, Matilda 1974 21
Tate, (nee)Mary (Mrs. Mattos) 1977 140
Tawney, Bruce E. 1987 220
Taylor, Cora B. (Mrs.) 1987 251
Taylor, Edgar William 1976 58
Taylor, Gerald 1980 109
Taylor, I. L. "Lee" 1986 123
Taylor, Max 1974 61
Taylor, Nina E. (Mrs.) 1987 192
Taylor, Opal B. 1978 110
Taylor, William B. 1975 154 & 165
Taylor, (nee)Iretta (Mrs. Harrington) 1984 179
Tedder, Henry D. 1975 66
Teenor, (nee)Vera (Mrs. Lance) 1976 137
Templin, Stanley A. 1978 32
Tennent, Warren E. 1978 31
Terry or Perry, Cora A. (Mrs.) 1976 145 & 166
Thiems, Herman L. 1987 97
Thiems, Martha A. 1981 88
Thomas, Eva O. 1977 33
Thomas, Hurley M. 1980 185
Thomas, Kate Jane (Mrs.) 1980 212
Thomas, Lenora Chenita 1982 127
Thomas, Mary Beall 1983 41
Thomas, Minnie (Mrs.) 1987 264
Thomas, Ruth May (nee Brooks) 1986 184
Thomas, William Marvin 1975 60
Thomason, Ethel Dora (nee Hopkins) 1983 218
Thomason, Francis 1979 35
Thompkins, Harry C. 1980 185
Thompson, Bertie (Mrs.) 1974 146
Thompson, Floyd William "Toots" 1979 85
Thompson, Georgia Belle 1974 21
Thompson, James R. "Bob" 1988 297
Thompson, Laken 1974 8
Thompson, Laura 1984 69
Thompson, Lois (nee Frederick) 1980 217 & 239 & 274
Thompson, Mabel 1985 54
Thompson, Mamie (Mrs.) 1980 185
Thompson, Nora Belle 1987 98
Thompson, Pearl 1973 24
Thompson, Willard 1971 55
Thompson, (nee) Donna Denise (Mrs. Turner) 1987 293
Thompson, (nee) Ferral T. (Mrs. Hicks) 1986 157
Thompson, (nee) Juanita (Mrs. Branch) 1982 127
Thompson, (nee) Marion Evelyn (Mrs. Babotan) 1988 236
Thornton, W. Jennings B. 1987 240
Thornton, (nee) Eupha Bernadine (Mrs. Jones) 1987 208
Thorpe, Roscoe Marion 1972 3
Thrash, Tony 1984 224
Thummel, Myrtle V. (Mrs) 1976 152 & 195
Tilbury, Hazel Elizabeth 1986 39
Tiley, John H. 1987 192
Tilton, Nellie (Mrs.) 1986 186 & 251
Timmerman, Gerald James "Jerry" 1987 206 & 208
Tippett, William H. 1987 168 & 255
Tipton, Everett 1987 279
Tolbert, Benjamin H. (2 articles) 1987 298
Tomlinson, Mary 1985 54
Tomlinson, Ross L. 1982 48
Tomlinson, Ruth Virginia (Mrs) 1980 218
Tommasi, Dorothy J. 1974 132
Toporoski, Wilma I. 1987 98
Townsend, Olive A. (Mrs.) 1983 203 & 247
Trantham, Esther (Mrs.) 1987 254 & 258
Trickey, Charles M. 1978 35 & 88
Trolinger, Ted R. 1975? 110
Trotter, Harden H. 1979 86 & 103 & 166
Trout, Newton L. "Jack" 1975 19
Trout, (nee) Veda (Mrs. Madison) 1975 134
True, Frederick Lee 1987 76
Tucker, Charles 1973 12
Tucker, Charles Dudley 1987 288 & 302
Tucker, Irene Batman 1986 189
Tucker, Wallace R. 1985 120
Tuggle, (nee) Joyce Evelyn (Mrs. Price) 1987 192
Tullis, Arthur Dwight 1981 89
Tullis, Margaret D. 1975 30
Tune, Melburn C. 1975 13
Turner, Donna Denise (nee Thompson) 1987 293
Tusson, Fred D. 1987 253
Tuttle, Melvin Lee 1974 130
Tyler, D. Day Dr. 1986 107
Tyler, Fred 1969 9
Tyler, Grace (Mrs.) 1980 245
Tyler, Iola M. (nee Frost) 1987 168
Tyner, Ben 1975 138
Tyner, Janana 1980 41
Underwood, Flossie Marie 1979 126
Updegraff, Mrs. Paul 1975 125
Vail, Mae Etta (Horn) 1975 129
Vail, Riley 1988 175
Vail, (nee)Mildred (Mrs. Conner) 1980 112
Valentine, Ella 1986 230
Van Gilder, Ethel F. (Mrs.) 1980 273
Vance, Edith Marie 1981 78
Vann,Corine 1980 185 & 211 & 239
Vann,Emma 1971 55
Varbel, Alma Altus (Mrs.) 1980 218
Varner, Lecil E. 1979 34
Vaughn, Billie George 1981 276
Vaughn, Ruby 1977 131
Vaughn, Willis S. 1982 44
Vaughn, (nee)Mabel (Mrs. Eubanks) 1987 94
Veach, Cora Lee (Mrs. Sparks) 1988 71
Veach, Joseph Howard 1969 9
Vicory, Martie T. (Mrs.) 1957 226
Villa, Pamlia 1975 154
Vivion, Flavel Walker 1988 297
Vogel, Irvin J. 1984 177
Von Schriltz, Floyd G. 1987 172
Voyles, Gertrude 1982 44
Waddle, Sharon (Mrs.) 1978 223
Wade, Ralph 1976 100
Wadley, Clyde Dale Jr 1976 142 & 280
Waggoner, C. M. "Charley" 1987 99 & 286
Wagner, H. Emmet (Dr.) 1986 96
Wagnon, Fred A. "Jack" 1976 137
Wagoner, Joel 1975 13
Waldon, Roy O. 1975 126
Waldrop, Isaac W. 1987 191
Waldrop, Thelma 1986 186
Walker, Alma May (nee LaDuke) 1987 210
Walker, Arthur 1987 191
Walker, Dick 1986 186
Walker, Geneva 1987 77 & 97
Walker, George A. 1980 163
Walker, Hazel Marie (Mrs.) 1980 246
Walker, Johnie Edward 1976 152
Walker, Lula Mae 1986 108 & 230
Walker, Robert Lawrence "Balley" 1974 132
Walker, Thomas Leroy (2 articles) 1987 298
Walker, (nee) Violet Margaret (Mrs. Horton) 1983 193
Wall, Vera (Mrs.) 1976 152
Wallace, Frances Mae 1975 145
Wallace, James M. 1984 223
Wallis, Mary Holderman 1971 55
Walls, Lee Elonzo 1979 85 & 115
Walsh, Thomas William Sr. 1984 180
Walton, Cullin Blain 1974 26
Warden, Eupha (nee Huxtable) 1986 251
Warren, Bertha Sue (Mrs.) 1984 197 & 198
Warren, Harold Richard 1974 63
Warren, Pearl (nee Marshall) 1988 216
Washburn, Bessie (Mrs. Hall) 1975 155
Watson, Lena Coleman 1974 17
Watson, Lola B. (Mrs.) 1979 148
Watson, Myrtle Jane 1975 27
Watson, (nee) Betty (Mrs. Hawkins) 1987 209
Waugh, Bert F. 1975 135
Waybright, (nee) Grace Alvaretta (Mrs. Fromm) 1984 180
Wayman, Juanita Fern (nee Lay) 1986 144
Weatherford, David H. 1987 170
Weaver, Anna E. (2 articles) 1980 274
Weaver, John Henry 1973 37
Weaver, Ray Franklin 1974 13
Weber, Richard 1977 131
Weldon, Thomas Elbert 1987 99 & 285
Wellman, Lula May (nee Plummer) 1987 161
Wells, Betty R. (Miss) 1987 228 & 257
Wells, Lula M. 1987 94
Wells, Maud Marie (nee Reich) 1987 271
Wells, Maude Ellen (Mrs. Latham) 1984 100
Wells, (nee) Cleo (Mrs. Daniels) 1983 204
Wells, (nee) Iris Lorraine (Mrs. Potts) 1986 144
Welty, Pearl 1974 11
West, Celwyn E. 1986 174 & 291
West, Rosa E. 1982 178
West, Verel G. 1988 95 & 236 & 266
Westenhaver, (nee) Bertha May (Mrs. Garner) 1987 249
Whaley, Ralph 1979 141
Wheeler, Alden E. 1987 258
Wheeler, Arvin C. 1982 247
Whillock, Mable C. (Mrs.) 1979 148
Whisler, Jerry Lee 1987 171 & 272
Whisler, Minnie 1974 24
Whisler, Virgie L. (Mrs.) 1984 194
White, Fern Kathryn (Mrs.) 1975 156
White, (nee) Aimee (Mrs. Ledbetter) 1987 291 & 302
White, (nee) Carol LaDonna (Mrs. Nall) 1986 229
Whiteaker, Donald 1986 243 & 279
Whiteaker, (nee) Tonibel (Mrs. Pitchford) 1981 188
Whiteday, Bennie 1984 180
Whiteman, Mary Anne (nee Bogle) 1986 183
Whiteside, E. P. 1986 292
Whiteside, E.P. 1986 124
Whitfield, Johnny Dorsey Jr. 1988 216
Whitney, Gerald 1975 153
Whittington, Virgil 1974 21
Wickliff, Cora 1985 52
Wickliff, Nathaniel C. 1980 211
Widener, Orville 1979 82
Wiedower, Minnie C. (Mrs.) 1988 235
Wiens, Jacob 1974 64
Wiggins, Lena 1975 22
Wiggins, (nee) Francis (Mrs. Patton) 1987 99 & 285
Wilhite, V. K. 1980? 246
Wilkerson, J.C. Sr. 1973 19
Wilkins, Bobby Joe 1988 232
Wilkins, Robert Clay 1984 47
Wilkins, (nee) Gertrude (Mrs. Hamm) 1979 90
Willhite, Gladys Hendren 1978 59
Williams, Anna M. (Mrs.) 1987 286
Williams, Bernice "Bernie" (nee Montgomery) 1988 231
Williams, Betty Jean 1979 102
Williams, Carl Glen 1975 154 & 182
Williams, Charles C. 1977 199
Williams, Christy Lynn 1975 24
Williams, Dellas 1986 149 & 183
Williams, Eva Louise 1986 75 & 77
Williams, Glenna (Mrs.) 1988 175
Williams, Henry Clayton "Smoke" 1988 232
Williams, Jack L. 1986 262
Williams, Jack Leroy 1987 171
Williams, L. A. "Willie" 1987 220
Williams, Ralph 1975 27
Williams, Straucie Lee 1975 6
Williams, W. B. 1976 165
Williamson, Otto Watts 1972/73 37
Willis, Maud M. (Mrs.) 1986 189
Wills, Bob 1975 121
Wilson, Cecel Edna 1974 130
Wilson, Eva 1962 10
Wilson, Laura Joann Haskins 1984 47
Wilson, Pearl 1974 23
Wilson, Roy M. 1985 54
Wilson, (nee) Alberta (Mrs. Shultz) 1987 227 & 263
Wilson, (nee) Opal (Mrs. Kralik) 1987 170 & 265
Wiltshire, George (Mrs.) 1986 242
Winton, Anna Lois (Mrs) 1983 221
Winton, Don E. 1987 290
Winton, Jack L. 1979 125
Winton, Michael W. 1986 248
Winton, Millie J. 1985 84
Winton, Parker Lee 1979 34 & 139
Wiseman, Allen 1986 77 & 240
Wiseman, Frank H. 1975 129
Wiswell, Rose 1973 19
Withrow, Ernest Leroy 1986 53
Witt, Nelson 1972 58
Wittum, Hazel L. 1974 25
Wittum, (nee)Darlene D. (Mrs. Bartley) 1981 276
Witty, Pearl Irene (Mrs.) 1987 286
Wolfe, Charles Alvin 1985 51
Wolfe, Fredia 1974 11
Wood, Delia L. 1974 11
Wood, Helen Geraldine (Mrs.) 1987 258
Wood, Jess Chester 1986 67
Wood, P.K. (Doc) 1977 35
Woodard, Lillie 1979 88 & 140
Woodley, Tolly Dave 1974 146
Woodruff, John T. 1983 193
Woods, H. Merle 1988 233 & 282
Woodson, Winifred D. (Mrs.) 1986 198
Woolman, Dorothy M. (Mrs.) 1987 249 & 251
Woolman, June (nee Collins) 1979 90
Woolverton, Clarence Robert 1987 162
Worley, Mintie (nee Fouts) 1984 107 & 198
Worthington, Daisy A. (Mrs.) 1976 182
Wright, Carroll V. 1981 299
Wright, Clegg I. 1984 197
Wright, Joe B. 1975 153
Wright, Minnie Maurine 1974 61
Wright, Nellie A. 1980 109
Wright, Rickie Keith 1988 215 & 287
Wright, (nee) Rose (Mrs. Dupree) 1975 166
Wyatt, Nancy (Mrs.) 1984 233
Wyatt, Stella 1986 46
Wyrick, Fred O. (2 items) 1976 151
Wyrick, Juda 19887 97
Yadon, Grace 1987 182
Yates, Neva Pearl 1974 58
Yeates, Chet B. 1987 209
Yohn, Myrtle E. (nee Green) 1986 261
York, Bida R. 1973 20
York, William H. 1977 131
Yost, John Morris "Burr" 1984 105
Yost, Nora 1975 12
Young, (nee) Hazel (Mrs. Heald) 1988 175 & 181
Young, Wolfe, Clarence Edward 1987 250
Zehring, Edward Charlees 1984 200
Zimmerman, Herbert 1976 37
Zimmerman, John R. 1983 248


October 11(?), 1973
F. RAY, Ferdnanc (Fritz) Ray, born Dec. 28, 1911 in Arkansas. widow, Mrs. Edith Ray, daughters, Mrs. Shirley Norris, and Mrs. Rhonda Huddleston, ; one son, Loyd Ray, one brother, Edward Ray.
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August 11, 1975
JACK HILL, Jack Hill, 95, former Vinitan, died August 5 at his home in Rolla, Mo. A brother of the late Henry J. Hill of Vinita, he had resided northwest of Vinita in the early 1900s, In the 1920s he moved to Missouri, worked for Frisco Railroad until his retirement. He was born December 9, 1899 in Huntsville, Ark. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Tom Lierman, a brother, Otto Hill, and two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Chapman, and Mrs. Marie Murphey. Services were held at a Rolla funeral home Thursday with the Rev. Dale Wands officiating. Interment was in the Rolla cemetery. Attending from Vinita were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mahanes, Mrs. H. J. Hill and Bill Hill.
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August 11, 1975
JUANITA HAWKINS, Juanita E. Hawkins, 57-year-old Vinitan. She was born May 27, 1918 in Oklahoma. Survivors include a brother, John Hawkins, a sister, Sue Collins, a half-sister, Lucy Barnhart. Services were held at 2 pm today in the Luginbuel Chapel. Interment was in the Ketchum Cemetery.
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August 1975
JOSIE RAULSTON, Services for Josie Raulston who passed away Thursday. Services were conducted that Saturday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel.
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April 4, 1972
Dr. J. M. McMillan, Dr. J.M. McMillan Succumbs Monday
Dr. J. M. McMillan, 68, well known Vinita physician died Monday in Tulsa's St. Francis Hospital. He came to Vinita in 1938 to serve on the staff at Eastern State Hospital. In 1942 he began private practice and established an office in Vinita. Dr. McMillan was born in Atlee, Ark., Nov. 28, 1904. He was the son of The Rev. G.O. McMillan, a Methodist minister. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister. His only son, Lt. James M. McMillan, Jr., was killed in combat in Vietnam April 1, 1970. The survivors are his widow, the former Clarice Hadsell, of Norman, now at the home; two daughters, Carole Ann (now Mrs. Don Duffield) and Nancy (Mrs. Robert Ahrens), four grandchildren; a niece, Mrs. Jim Strange, and a nephew, Dr. Ray Motley. Graveside services and interment will be held in Fairview Cemetery at 4 pm Wednesday.
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August 1973
McMILLAN, Mrs. Clarice H. McMillan, 64, passed away in a Tulsa hospital at about 10 am Saturday. She was the widow of the late Dr. J.M. McMillan, long-time Vinita physician who preceded here in death April 3, 1972. Mrs. McMillan was born July 7, 1908, at Norman. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Carole Ann Duffield, and Mrs. Nancy Ahrens, one brother, John Hadsell, and four grandchildren. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery.
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probably about April, 1972
ANNA CARLOCK, Anna M. Carlock born April 21, 1874, passed away April 6 at 10:55 in the Arkansas City Hospital, Arkansas City, Kansas. She had made her home there with her sister, Ruth Burns the last three to four years. Both had previously lived northeast of Vinita in the West Cabin and Shanahan districts. She was preceded in death by a husband, two children, seven brothers and one sisters. She was a school teacher for several years before entering (do not have the end of the article).
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April 7, 1972
STELLA CROUCH, Stella E. Crouch, 85, died in a local hospital at 8:50 am today after an illness of about three weeks. She was a native Craig Countian, born on the same farm she's lived her entire lifetime, Rt. 3, Vinita, in the Carselowey district. She was born Jan. 23, 1887. Mrs. Crouch was the author of a book, "The Story of the Cherokee Indians,' written in 1967. Mrs. Crouch attended the Female Seminary at Tahlequah, which was part of the Cherokee Nation Schools. When she was 17, she married Henry L. Crouch, a Kentuckian and a saddle horseman. The Crouch's brought the first carload of registered saddle horses in the Indian Territory from Bourbon, Ken. Survivors include one son, Max, of Rt. 3, Vinita; a daughter-in-law, Lizzie Crouch; three grandchildren, Mrs. Raymond Pope, Rt. 2, Vinita; Mrs. Robert Dockery and Mrs. Sue Jane Long, both of Miami; five great-grandchildren, and two brothers, Mack Carselowey, of 403 N. Gunter St., and C. V. Carselowey, of Miami. Services are planned for 3 pm Sunday from the Foursquare Gospel Church at Carselowey with Rev. Howard Mayberry and Rev. John Bechtold officiating. Interment will be in Carselowey Cemetery.
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August 7, 1975
MARY CURTIS, Mary B. Curtis, 89, passed away Wednesday in a local hospital. She had lived with Mrs. Pansey Horton, Baldwin, Kan., for the past two years. Prior to that she had made her home with Mrs. Fern Ayres, Bluejacket. She was born June 12, 1886 in Brookfield, Mo., and was employed at the Hotel Vinita during the 1940s. Survivors include three brothers, Dan Bresnehen, Morris Bresnehen and Leo Bresnehen, all of Vinita and several nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted at 1:30 pm Friday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Gene Heffley, pastor of the Ketchum Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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August 6, 1975
MILDRED COX, Mrs. Mildred Cox, 63- year-old Welch resident, passed away at 12:15 am today in the Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital in Tulsa. She had been ill for three years. Born Jan. 12, 1912 in the Fields district northwest of Welch, she had lived in the Welch area most of her life. She was employed at Eastern State Hospital prior to her illness. She was a member of the First Baptist church, Columbus, Kan., and belonged to the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Welch. Surviving are her husband, Joe Cox of the home; two brothers, Bertis Miles, Anacortes, Wash., and Eldon Miles, Clovis, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Lela Beggs, Columbus, Kan., six stepdaughters, Mrs. Martha Coppedge, Cardin, Mrs. Jowilla Harper, Miami, Mrs. Delores Owens, Mrs. Judy Kessler and Mrs. Linda Mae Cox, all of Lakin, Kan., and Mrs. Geraldine Hope, Larned, Kan. She is also survived by four stepsons, Jack Cox, St. Louis, Mo., Don Cox, Miami, Gary Cox, Lakin, Kan., and Daniel Cox, Chetopa, Kan., several step-grandchildren and several step-great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced later by the Thomas Funeral Home in Welch.

August 7, 1975
MILDRED COX, Funeral services for Mildred Cox, 63-year-old Welch resident who died early Wednesday in a Tulsa hospital, will be held at 2 pm Friday in the Thomas Funeral Home Chapel in Welch. Rev. Ronnie M. Frazier will officiate and interment will be in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Chetopa, Kan., with the Thomas Funeral Home officiating. The family will greet friends from 7 to 9 pm today at the funeral home.
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Augut 6, 1975
DOROTHY LANDERS, Mrs. Dorothy Landers, 80, longtime Vinita resident, died early today in a local nursing home. She was born Nov. 30, 1894, at Columbia, Mo., and came to Vinita in 1902. Mrs. Landers worked as a nurse's aide at Eastern State Hospital for 11 years. Survivors include her husband, Elman Landers, Vinita; a daughter, Mrs. Aaron Hilderbrand, Vinita; two sons, Ernest Landers and Edward Landers, both of Vinita; a sister Gertrude Rogers, Vinita; 13 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Services are pending and will be announced later by Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita. (NOTE: See the following obit notice for a change of address for Gertrude Rogers.)

August 7, 1975
DOROTHY LANDERS, Services are still pending and will be announced later for Mrs. Dorothy Landers, 80-year-old Vinitan, who passed away early Wednesday. Included among her survivors are a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Carter, Vinita. Mrs. Carter was previously listed as Gertrude Rogers. .)
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August 14, 1975
MRS. LOFFELHOLZ, Mrs. Della Irene Loffelholz, 57-year-old former Vinita, died Wednesday at her residence in Bartlesville. Born Sept. 4, 1917 at Centralia, she was united in marriage with Laurence Loffelholz on Aug. 11, 1936 in Nowata. They made their home in Vinita until 1945, when they moved to Chouteau. The moved to Bartlesville in 1955. She was a member of St. John's Catholic Church in Bartlesville, and of the St. John's Altar Society. Mrs. Loffelholz worked as a ladies auxiliary at Memorial Hospital, Bartlesville. She was preceded in death by one son, Larry Edward Loffelholz. Survivors include the husband, of the home; two sons, Charles Loffelholz, Wann, and Bob Loffelholz, Bartlesville; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Woodall, Vinita, and Mrs. Carolyn Saunders, Miami; two sisters, Mrs. Bell Altebaumer and Mrs. Nina Smith, both of Miami; eight brothers, Otis Miller, Alfred Miller and Omer Miller, all of Centralia, Charles Miller and Jimmie Miller, both of Bartlesville, Arthur Miller and C.B. Miller, both of Miami, and Johnny Miller, Chetopa, Kan., her mother, Mrs. Mary Miller, Bartlesville and seven grandchildren. Funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 am Saturday in St. John's Catholic Church with Fr. Lee O'Neil as celebrant. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, with Fr. Benedict D'Angelo officiating. Rosary will be held at 7 pm Friday in the Stumpff Funeral Home, Bartlesville, which is in charge of funeral arrangements.
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14 August 1975
ETHEL SIMMS, Funeral services were held Monday in Waco, Tex. for Ethel Simms, who passed away Friday. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. R. J. Martinelli; two sons, C. T. Simms, San Diego, Calif., and W. L. Simms, Dallas, Tex.; two brothers, R. L. Long, Vinita, and N.C. Long, Tulsa; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements were under the direction of Wilkerson-Hatch (?) Funeral Home, Waco, Texas.
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14 August 1975
CARRIE MEAD, Funeral services for Carrie Mead, 75-year-old Vinitan who died Tuesday, will be conducted at 3 pm Friday in the Luginbuel Chapel, with Rev. Ray C. Newman officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.

August 13, 1975
CARRIE MEAD, Carrie Mead, 75, died Tuesday in a local hospital. She had lived in Vinita for about three years. She was born May 5, 1900 in Tennessee. Survivors include a brother, Charles Hickman, Kingsport, Tenn.; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wilam Greer, Tulsa, and a grandson. Services are pending and will be announced later by the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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1975 (no date written on it)
EX-VINITAN FOUND DEAD AT CLAREMORE
A former Vinita woman was found dead in Claremore Lake Tuesday. Betty Easling, 1408 N. Choctaw Ave., Claremore (Ok), was floating face down in the lake on the west end of the Claremore Lake spillway in about 10 feet of water when her body was discovered at about 11:30 am by her son-in-law, Chuck Overgard. Overgard waded into the water, pulled the body to shore and notified Claremore police, according to the police report. Her family had been searching for her that morning, Claremore Police Chief Buck Johnson said. Foul play was not suspected, the investigating officer stated.
Her husband, H. L. Easling, formerly owned Easling's clothing store at 136 S. Wilson St., in Vinita. He now owns and operates a men's clothing shop in Claremore. An autopsy will be conducted at a Tulsa hospital, Johnson reported. Mrs. Easling had been dead about two hours when discovered, according to Dr. Paul Mobley, physician on duty at the Claremore Health Center. Surviving in addition to her husband are a daughter, Sharon Overgard; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Macon, Vinita, and two grandchildren. Services are pending with Musgrove-Merriott-Smith Funeral Service at Claremore.
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30 January 1974
HARTSOCK, Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Opal Hartsock, 60-year-old Welch resident, will be held at 1 pm Thursday in the Thomas Funeral Home Chapel in Welch. Rev. L. N. Eatherly and Rev. Manuel Thalin will officiate. (Last part unreadable.)
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1960
SMITH RITES MONDAY
Services for James Thomas (Shorty) Smith, 58, a Vinita resident for 40 years who died Thursday in a local hospital, will be conducted at 2:30 pm Monday in Luginbuel Brothers Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Tom Parker will officiate. Interment will be in the Military Cemetery. (Note: This is west of Ketchum, Ok and southeast of Vinita.)
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April 1960
CURNUTTE RITES TODAY
Services for T. G. Curnutte, 91-year-old Craig county retired farmer who died Wednesday night in a Miami (Ok) hospital, will be conducted at 2:30 pm today in the First Methodist Church, Welch. Luginbuel Brothers Funeral home will be in charge of interment in the GAR cemetery, Miami (Ok).
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1971
BRADY PATTON DIES SUDDENLY
Brady Lee Patton, 35, died suddenly at his home in Big Cabin shortly after midnight from an apparent heart attack. He was born July 6, 1935 in Marble City, Okla. Survivors include his widow, Mary, of the home; one son, Brady Lee, Jr., of the home; five daughters, Edith Marie, Connie Lou, Charlean Francis, Catherine Ann and Janet Louise, all of the home; his father, James Henry Patton, Grande, Mo; two brothers, John of Neosho, Mo., and Alvin, of Pawnee and three sisters, Mrs. Leona Randolph, Claremore, Mrs. Daisy Walker, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Mrs. Minnie Wingate, Oregon. Services will be at 2 pm Saturday in the Big Cabin Baptist Church with Rev. Jay Murphy officiating. Burial will be in the Big Cabin Cemetery under direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel.
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1971
HALLETT SERVICES
Services for Reginald Hallett, who died unexpectedly Tuesday, will be held at 2 pm Friday in the Burckhalter Memorial Chapel. Rev. Olen F. Gilliam of the Seventh Day Adventist Church will officiate. Interment will be in the Oak Hill Cemetery at Chetopa, Kan., under direction of the Burckhalter Funeral Home of Vinita.
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23 June 1972
ROSCOE THORPE, Roscoe Marion Thorpe, 67, passed away at 10:15 am Thursday in a Joplin, Mo. hospital. He was born Aug. 10, 1904 in Belmont, Indian Territory and had been an Afton area resident for the past 45 years. He was a member of the Sac-Fox Indian tribe and a half-brother to Jim Thorpe, the famous athlete. Thorpe retired two years ago from school bus driving. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Afton. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Eva Thorpe, of the home in Afton; three sons, Marion Thorpe, of San Diego, Calif; Jim Thorpe, of Newport, Ore., and Don Thorpe, of Joplin, Mo., and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Saturday in the Afton Assembly of God Church with Rev. Charles Talbert officiating. Interment will be in the Sixkiller Cemetery south of Afton under the direction of the Birks Funeral Home of Afton.
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1971
Heart Attack fells C. A. Huyser
Corneal A. Huyser, 65, was dead on arrival at a local hospital at about 10:30 am today with an apparent heart attack suffered at his home of 438 North Second. Survivors include his widow, Maxine, of the home; two sons, Ronald, of Antioch, Calif; and Gayle, Van Buren, Ark., one daughter Mrs. Barbara Andrews, Independence, Mo; one brother, Ira, of Tucson, Ariz., and nine grandchildren. He was a retired employee of Eastern State Hospital and was a 30-year resident of Craig County, living in Centralia until about seven years ago. Services are pending and will be announced later by the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.

1971
HUYSER SERVICE
Services for Corneal A. Huyser, who died Monday, will be held at 1:30 pm Thursday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with Rev. Charles McBee, pastor of the First baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Martin Cemetery near Centralia, under direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service.
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abt 6 August 1975
LOUIS FLETCHER, Louis Dubois Fletcher, 76, Scarsdale, N.Y. died Aug. 2 in a White Plains, N.Y. hospital. His widow is the former Louise Thomas, a native of Vinita. Fletcher was a retired senior partner in a New York law firm specializing in patent and trademark law. He received an electrical engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1922 and a law degree from George Washington university in 1925. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Fletcher are a son, Louis. D. Fletcher III; a daughter, Linda Schubert; two sisters and four grandchildren. Memorial services were held in a Scarsdale church August 6.
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12 March 1972
DEATH CLAIMS OVEL STANISLAUS
Ovel Stanislaus, 73, died at 2:20 pm Wednesday, at a local hospital following an illness of about three months. He was a long-time hay and grain dealer and owned and operated the Stanislaus Hay and Grain Co., and the Stanislaus Implement and Hardware Store before his retirement in 1964.
Stanislaus had been a resident of Vinita for about 60 years. He had been a member of the Federal Housing Administration board and had been active in civic affairs. He was a member of the Vinita Chamber of Commerce, Vinita Rotary Club, the Knife and Fork club and a member of the First Baptist Church of Vinita. He came to Vinita about 60 years ago and began work for Copple and Yeates by driving a hay wagon. From this beginning he developed his hay, feed and farm machinery business. His son, Doyle, was formerly manager of the Grand River Dam Authority. He was born Dec. 6, 1898 in Houston, Mo. He was married to Ina A. Smith Jan. 16, 1919 and they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1969. He was preceded in death by a son, Dale Stanislaus who was killed in 1944 while in action during World War II. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ina A. Stanislaus, of the home at Rt. 1, Vinita; four daughters, Mrs. Bill Waller of 818 West Halsell Ave., Mrs. Joyce Sparks of 301 1/2 E. Canadian Ave., Mrs. Sonny Chase of 716 N. Brown St., and Mrs. Tom Clanton, from east of Vinita; one son, Doyle Stanislaus, of Tulsa; six sisters, Mrs. Hilda buckingham, of Van Nuys, Calif., Mrs. Lela Ponder, of Santa Monica, Calif., Mrs. Essie Dillard, of Pueblo, Colo., Mrs. Macie Bell, of Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Lottie Rorebeck, of Vinita, and Mrs. Pearl Hamm, of Chouteau; 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Friday in the First Baptist Church. Dr. J. Harvey Scott of Corpus Christi, Tex., and Rev. Charles McBee will officiate. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of the Burckhalter Funeral Home of Vinita.
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12 March 1972
MRS. HARPER (note: should be Mrs. ADAIR), Mrs. Vernie Harper Adair, 57, died Tuesday in a Tulsa hospital. She was born March 17, 1914 near Afton and was a former resident of Afton and Miami.
Survivors include her widower, Clint Adair, of the home at 7854 E. King St., Tulsa; one son, Jimmy Hyatt, of Ponca City; one daughter, Patricia Hyatt, of Tulsa; one brother, Leo Harper, of Afton; four sisters, Mrs. Lelia Culver, of Afton; Mrs. Annabell Hamilton, of Altamont, Kan., Mrs. Dorothy Harshaw, of Fredonia, Kan., and Mrs. Fannie Foust, of Bluejacket, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1 pm Thursday at the Mindi Funeral Home in Tulsa. Burial will be in the Sixkiller Cemetery, near Afton, at 3 pm under the direction of the Mindi Funeral Home of Tulsa.
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March 15, 1972
MRS. FRANKLIN, Mrs. Lillian Franklin, 87, died about noon Tuesday at Albuquerque, N.M. She was the widow of George W. Franklin, a rancher who died March 16, 1955. Mrs. Franklin was a longtime former Vinita resident before moving to Albuquerque about eight years ago. She was born Oct. 4, 1894 in Indiana and was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include one son, George W. Franklin III, of Kansas City, Mo; one daughter, Mrs. Henry Davis, 1505 Gracia N.E., Albuquerque; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Services are pending and will be announced later by the Burckhalter Funeral Home.
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1974
HARRY COGHILL, Harry L. (Roy) Coghill, 69, Rt. 1, Big Cabin, died Wednesday evening of an apparent heart attack. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Born April 15, 1905 in Columbus, Kan., he had lived in Lakin, Kan. and Ulysses, Kan., before moving to the home near Big Cabin four years ago. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served during World War II and a retired employee of the Kansas State Highway Department. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Viola Marie Coghill, of the home; three brothers, Earl Coghill, Phoenix, Ariz., Sam Coghill, Lake, Kan., and Frank Coghill, Gonzales, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Esther Florentin, Gonzales, Calif. Services will be held at 2 pm Monday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel. Rev. D. R. Prather, of the Pentecostal Church of God will officiate. Burial will be in Carsolowey Cemetery under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Service, Vinita.
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Vinita (Ok) Daily Journal
1974
MISS PARRISH, Georgia Adelia Parrish, 18-year-old Vinita resident, died Wednesday afternoon as a result of injuries suffered Sunday morning in an automobile accident near North Foreman Street and Tahlequah. She was born March 17, 1956 in Claremore and graduated from Ketchum High School. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Mary June Parrish, 446 N. Second St; a brother, George Parrish, of the home; three sisters, Nancy Parrish, Lottie Parrish and Julie Parrish, all of the home; and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chavalis, Ft. Gibson. Services will be conducted at 2 pm Saturday in the Foursquare Gospel Church with Rev. John N. Bechtold officating. Interment will be in the Carselowey Cemetery under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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4 September 1975
STEVEN ALLEN, Steven Loy Allen, 20-year-old former Vinitan, died Tuesday will on active duty with the U.S. Army at Fort Bliss, Tex. He was born April 9, 1955 in Wichita, Kan., and had served with the army since June, 1973. His father, Raymond Allen, founded the Freewill Baptist Church of Vinita in 1963 and remained here until 1972. The father had also owned and operated Allen's TV Service. Survivors include the parents, Raymond and Florence Allen, of the family home at Rt. 3, Ada (Ok); four sisters, Katy Smith, Sand Springs; and Brenda Allen, Rebecca Allen and Renee Allen, all of the home, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foreman, Copan. Services will be conducted at 2 pm in the Freewill Baptist Church. Burial will be in Oaks Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
Friends are donating to a memorial building fund for the Center Freewill Baptist Church at Ada.
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4 September 1975
ROSE MILLER, Rose Lee Miller, 84, Banks, Ore., passed away Tuesday in Banks. Born Aug. 15, 1891, she had lived in Vinita all her life until about 1956. Her husband, Razzie Miller and three sons, Dan Miller, Elmer Miller and Fred Miller all preceded her in death. Surviving are two daughters, Lillie Payne, Carnation, Wash., and Edna Woolman, Banks, Ore.; a son, Edgar Miller, Banks, Ore.; a sister, Lucy Woolman, Vinita; two brothers, Babe Echols and Marshall Echols, both living in California; eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 pm Saturday in Forest Grove Memorial Chapel in Forest Grove, Ore.
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22 May 1974
I. STAUDER, Graveside services for 72-year-old Vinitan Irwin E. Stauder will be held at 11 am Thursday in Fairview Cemetery, with Rev. Ray C. Newman officiating. The Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita is in charge of arrangements.
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25 August 1975
OWEN HUDSON, Owen Robert Hudson, retired postmaster at Bluejacket, passed away at 2:30 pm Saturday in a local hospital. He was 66 years old and had been in poor health for four years. Born Nov. 17, 1908 near Bluejacket, he had lived in the area most of his life. He was married to Agnes Davis May 18, 1934 in Columbus, Kan. Hudson was postmaster at Bluejacket for 34 years and taught school for eight years in the surrounding area. He attended Assembly of God Church. He was Past Worshipful Master of the Welch Masonic Lodge No. 263 AF and AM and belonged to the Tulsa Consistory. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Agnes Hudson of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Geneva Lea Andersen, 2719 E. 15th Pl., Tulsa; a brother, O. Lon Hudson, Miami, and one grandson, Greg Andersen, Tulsa. Services will be held at 2:30 pm Tuesday in the old Bluejacket School gymnasium with Rev. Gifford Clothier officiating. Burial will be in Bluejacket Cemetery under the direction of Thomas Funeral Home of Welch. The family will receive friends from 7:30 to 9 pm today at the Thomas Funeral Home Chapel.

Bluejacket, Ok section of Vinita Daily Journal: written by Pansy Johnson
Owen Hudson passed away last Saturday. He was very civic minded and was our postmaster 34 years.
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5 September 1975
RICHARD LEWIS HUMPHREY
MURDER CHARGE PENDING AGAINST BOY'S STEPFATHER
(Note: Death of Richard Lewis Humphrey)
Charges of second degree murder were to be filed later today against Grover Fugate, Rt. 1,Welch, in connection with the gunshot death of his stepson, 17-year-old Richard Lewis Humphrey, Assistant District Attorney Larry Stuart said today. The youth's mother, Edna Mae Fugate, will be charged as an accessory after the fact, he stated. They were to appear before District Judge William J. Whistler or Associate District Judge James Pendergrass for arraignment and the setting of bond, according to Stuart. Humphrey, a senior at Welch High School, was apparently shot at his home early Thursday. Craig County Sheriff Jess Walker was called to the home about 1:30 am. Others who went there for the investigation were Deputy Sheriff John Brewer, Stuart and Dr. C.A. Benton, Craig County coroner. Funeral services for Humphrey will be held at 2 pm Sunday in the Welch school gymnasium. Minister Ken Bryant will officiate and interment will be in Welch Cemetery under the direction of Thomas Funeral Home. The body will lie in state at his home from 10 am Saturday until 11 am Sunday.
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25 August 1975
BILL DUNLAP, Bill Dunlap, 69, longtime Vinita businessman, died suddenly at his home, 269 N. Brewer St., at 10;30 am today. He had been a barber here over 46 years. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Marie Dunlap, of the home. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced later by the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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11 September 1975
QUISTA BOYCE, Quista Michell Boyce, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lonnie Boyce, Vinita, passed away Wednesday at a local hospital. Survivors in addition to the parents are maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Doyle Inman, paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Ike Boyce and maternal great-grandparents Mr and Mrs John Leforce, all of Vinita. Graveside services will be held at 10 am Friday in Fairview Cemetery with Rev. Joe Carson officiating. The Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita is in chargeof arrangements.
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August 1972
L. JORDAN, Lewis W. Jordan, 53, of Orange, Calif., died at 1:20 pm Wednesday at his home after a long illness. He was born May 16, 1919 in Vinita. His mother, Mrs. Mabel Jordan, preceded him in death one month ago. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Monnie Jordan, of the home and two sisters, Mrs. Richard Breshears and Mrs. Frank Spaulding, both of Vinita. Funeral services and burial will be held in California.
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August 1972
MRS. FOSTER, Funeral services for Mrs. Hallie Foster, who died Thursday, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Big Cabin United Methodist Church. Rev. Jay Murphy will officiate. Interment will be in the Big Cabin Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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1987
WALKER, Arthur Walker, 74, formerly of Vinita, died of a heart attack Monday, Dec. 15, 1986 at his home in Twin Falls, Idaho, according to a family friend.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Walker and was a graduate of Vinita High School. Walker attended Oklahoma State University and was a retired rancher. Survivors include his wife, one son, one daughter and two sisters.
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abt 1986
WALKER, Dick Walker, 78, Vinita, died Tuesday in Craig General Hospital. He was born on Jan. 26, 1908, at Eucha and attended the Cleora schools. Walker was employed in clearing the basin for the Grand River Dam and was then employed by the REC Electric Co-op, retiring in 1973 after 35 years service as assistant general manager. He was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church, Vinita. Survivors include his wife, Virgie Walker of the home in Vinita; one daughter, Mrs. Romella Stepp, Dallas, Tex.; three brothers, Carol Walker and Perry Walker, both of California; and Joe Walker, Wyoming; one grandson, Stephen Stepp and one great-grandson, Justin Clay Stepp, both of Mesquite, Tex. Services for Walker will be held at 10:30 am Thursday, in the Trinity Baptist Church, with the Rev. Will Busch officiating. Burial will follow in the McLaughlin Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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28 October 1987
WALKER, Mrs. Lewis (Geneva) Walker, 73, died early today at her home in Woodland Shores near Cleora. Mrs. Walker wasa born Aug. 10, 1914. She was a former resident of Wichita, Kan., where she retired from employment at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. She moved to Woodland Shores in 1970. Walker was a member of the Eastern Star in Wichita and the Cleora Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Lewis E. Walker, of the home; and an aunt, Delma MIlls, Vista, Calif. Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Lewis (should be Walker) will be held at 10 am Saturday in the McLaughlin Cemetery near Cleora with the Rev. Jack Nester officiating. Arrangements are by the Burckhalter Funeral Home of Vinita.
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1980
WALKER, George A. Walker, former Vinitan, died March 12 in Richland Hills, Texas. He graduated from Vinita High School in 1943. Survivors include his wife, Janet Walker, two daughters, Anna Walker and Nancy Walker, and one son, Paul Walker, all of the home in Richland Hills, Texas, and two sisters, Mable Walker, Chickasha and Mrs. Jane Spahn, Grand Isle, Neb. Services were held March 14 in Richland, Texas.
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abt February 26, 1980
H. (Hazel) WALKER, Mrs. Hazel Marie Walker, 67, Rt. 1, Welch, died Sunday afernoon in St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa, following a short illness. She was born Nov. 1, 1912, at Hepler, Kan., and had lived near Welch since 1930. Mrs. Walker was married to James Leister Walker on April 12, 1930 at Welch. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star No. 153, both in Welch. Survivors include her husband, James Leister Walker, of the home; two sons, James A. Walker, Arlington, Texas and Vernie Ray Walker, Miami; three step-sons, Irvin E. Walker, Rt. 1, Welch, Earnie F. Walker, Welch, and Jess O. Walker, Vinita; one brother, Leslie Buck, Bakersfield, Calif., 13 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 pm Wednesday in the United Methodist Church, Welch, with the Revs. Bill Privitt and Harold Neal officiating. Interment will be in Welch Cemetery under the direction of the Thomas Funeral Home, Welch.
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September 21, 1976
JOHNIE WALKER, Funeral services for Johnie Edward Walker, 74-year-old Miami resident who died Monday, will be held at 2 pm Thursday in the United Methodist Church, Welch. Rev. Jay Bebee and Rev. Claude Blackford will officiate. Burial will be in the Welch Cemetery under the direction of the Thomas and Sons Funeral Home, Welch. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at the funeral home.
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June 23, 1986
WALKER, Lula Mae Walker, 65, Vinita, died Monday morning at her home. She was born on Sept. 21, 1920 and was a housewife. Survivors include one son, Billy Walker, Vinita; three daughters, Tracy Walker, Vinita; Linda Robertson, Grandview, Mo.; and Kathy Jackman; five brothers, Jim Mann and Robert Mann, both of Vinita; Joel Mann, Oklahoma City; Jack Mann, Joplin, Mo; and Richard Mann, Kalamazoo, Mich.; and seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lionel Walker. Services for Walker are pending and will be announced later by the Luginbuel Funeral Service.

June 24, 1986
WALKER, Services for Lula Mae Walker, 65, Vinita, will be held at 3:30 pm, Wednesday, in the Luginbuel Funeral chapel. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery. Walker died Monday in her home. She was born on Sept. 21, 1920 and was a housewife.Survivors include one son, Billy Walker, Vinita; three daughters, Tracy Walker, Vinita' Linda Robertson, Grandview, Mo.; and Kathy Jackman; five brothers, Jim Mann and Robert Mann, both of Vinita; Joel Mann, Oklahoma City; Jack Mann, Joplin, Mo.; and Richard Mann, Kalamazoo, Mich.; and seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lionel Walker.
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March 4, 1974
R. WALKER, Robert Lawrence (Balley) Walker, 81, Welch, died at 7:20 pm Saturday in a Miami nursing home after a long illness. He was born March 17, 1892 in Fayetteville, Ark., and came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Walker, to Indian Territory by wagon train in 1899 when he was seven years old. They settled in Welch. He married Mary Bell Kinnison, June 15, 1913 in Chetopa, Kan. They lived in Welch until 1939, when they moved to Burbank, Calif. They returned seven years later to their home 10 miles west of Welch in the Kinnison district. In 1962, Mr. and Mrs. Walker moved into Welch. Mrs. Walker died Feb. 17, 1969. Walker, a retired carpenter and cabinetmaker, also did some farming. He was a member of the Welch Christian Church. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Bernadine Tunnell, Rose, (Oklahoma); Mrs. Helen Cornog, Welch and Mrs. Norma Babst, Oklahoma City; nine grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:30 pm Tuesday in the Thomas Funeral Home Chapel, Welch. Rev. Harold Neal will officiate and burial will be in the Walker Cemetery west of Welch.
The family will meet at the home of Mrs. Helen Cornog, 4 1/2 miles east of Welch.
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July 22, 1987
WALKER, Thomas Leroy Walker, 52,Vinita, died Tuesday night at his home after a long illness. He was born April 4, 1935 in Vinita. Mr. Walker had been employed as a locksmith at Eastern State Hospital for 21 years. He was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Walker, of the home; one son, Bruce P. Walker, Dewey; one daughter, Pam Shellenbarger, Vinita' and four brothers, Charles F. Walker, Billy L. Walker and George A. Walker, all of Vinita; and Donald G. Walker, White Oak. Other survivors include five sisters, Alyce Cordray and Maxine Beisley, both of Vinita; Margaret Hayes, White Oak; Dorothy Hanna, Cleora; and Betty Weaver, Wichita, Kan.; five grandsons, two step-grandsons and one step-granddaughter.
Services for Mr. Walker are pending and will be announced later by the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.

July 23, 1987
WALKER, Thomas Leroy Walker, 52, 519 N. Adair St., Vinita, died Tuesday night at his home following an extended illness. Mr. Walker was born April 4, 1935 in Vinita. He worked as a locksmith at Eastern State Hospital for 21 years. He was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Walker, of the home; one daughter, Pam Shellenbarger, Vinita; one son, Bruce P. Walker, Dewey, Okla.; four brothers, Charles F. Walker and Billy L. Walker, both of Vinita; and Donald G. Walker and George A. Walker, both of White Oak. Other survivors include five sisters, Alyce Cordray and Maxine Beisley, both of Vinita; Betty Weaver, Wichita, Ks; Margaret Hayes, White Oak; and Dorothy Hann, Cleora; five grandsons, one step-granddaughter and two step-grandsons. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm Friday in the Luginbuel Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Terry Wise, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Timpson Chapel Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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December 2, 1983
MRS. HORTON, Violet Margaret Horton, 79-year-old former Bluejacket resident, died Thursday morning in a local hospital following a brief illness. She was born Sept. 9, 1904 in Bluejacket, I.T. to Charles and Pearl Toles Walker.
She was married to Benjamin Franklin Horton on June 6, 1925 in Vinita. He preceded her in death on May 16, 1982. Mrs. Horton had lived in Bluejacket area most of her life and previously resided in California for 15 years, had lived for the past several years in a local nursing home. She was a housewife and a member of the Church of Christ at Four Corners. Survivors include her sisters, Mrs. Leona Davis, Tulsa; Mrs. Grace Taylor, Bartlesville; and Mrs. Glenora Sherrick, Sullivan, Mo.; and brothers, Clyde Walker, Claremore; and Kenneth Walker, Stratford. Services will be held at 11 am Saturday at the Church of Christ at Four Corners with Roy Miller officiating. Interment will be in Bluejacket Cemetery under the direction of the Thomas Funeral Home, Welch.
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December 1985
PHILLIPS, Mrs. Pearl F. Phillips, 62-year-old Vinitan, died Wednesday night in a local hospital following a long illness. She was born Jan. 26, 1923 at Kansas City, Kan. Survivors include her husband, Marvin Philliips of the home at 502 1/2 N. Wilson St; son, Jim Phillips, Ketchum; daughter, Carolyn Hall, Owasso; brothers, Harold L. Huffman, Vinita and Everett R. Huffman, Moore; sisters, Juanita Lathrop, Claremore and Irene Daugherty, Vinita' grandsons, Mike and Marty Hall, Owasso and Eddie Ray and Willie Phillips, Ketchum, and granddaughter, Teresa MacDonald, Anchorage, Alaska. Services will be held at 1 pm Friday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Will Busch officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Service, Vinita.
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May 19, 1987
HOOD, Cecil Howard Hood, 76, Rt. 1, Welch, died Monday at the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center, Coffeyville, Kan., following an extended illness. He was born Jan. 1, 1911 west of Nowata, the son of Emmet H. and Elizabeth (Kinnison) Hood. He worked as a farmer and rancher and lived in the Welch area most of his life. Survivors include one son, George Hood, Rt. 1, Welch; one daughter, Norma Loree Greer, Rt. 1, Welch; one brother, J. D. Hood, Rt. 1, Welch; one sister, Emma Webb, Grapevine, Texas; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Thomas Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Harold Neal officiating. Burial will be in the Walker Cemetery, located northwest of Welch. Friends may visit at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight. Friends also may call at the Norma Greer residence. Arrangements are by the Thomas Funeral Home of Welch.
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November 15, 1974
HENRY HOOD, Henry Hood, 93-year-old Vinitan, passed away Thursday afternoon in a local nursing home. Born Oct. 15, 1881, in Rolla, Mo., he was married to Edith Inman on Jan. 1, 1905, in Salem, Mo. He came to Vinita in 1909. Mrs. Hood died in 1968. Mr. Hood was a retired carpenter and farmer and held membership in the Southside Church of Christ. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Elsie Byrd, Grantie City, Ill., Mrs. Elizabeth Strickland, Bakersfield, Calif., and Mrs. Jeanette Lomax, 338 S. Scraper St.; a sister, Mrs. Sidney Barrow, Wood River, Ill.; 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with Mr. __y Miller officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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March 31, 1980
Mrs. Hood, Mrs. Nadine Hood, 63-year-old Vinita resident, died Saturday in a Tulsa hospital. She was born nov. 9, 1916 in Vinita and was a member of the First Christian Church. Mrs. Hood had worked in the insurance department at Craig General Hospital for many years and had been living in Tulsa since July.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Betty Meister, Tulsa, and Mrs. Sue Eby, Republic, Mo.; one son, David Hood, St. Charles, Mo.; her mother, Mrs. Vada Lay, Vinita; two sisters, Mrs. Ernestine Bivens, Claremore and Mrs. Elizabeth York, Houston, Texas; two brothers, Clyde Jones, Fort Smith, Ark., and Bob Jones, Tampa, Fla.; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Clarence Newby, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating.
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August 9, 1974
J. Parkison, James Parkison, 64, Independence, Kan., brother of two Vinita residents, passed away at his home Wednesday. He was born July 14, 1910 in Lincolnville and moved to the Centralia area with his parents as a small child. He had lived in Independence, Kansas since 1927. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Oma Parkison, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Bill Taylor, Fredonia, Kan.; four sisters, Mrs. Lennie Ellis and Mrs. Leota Richardson, both of Vinita, and Mrs. Helen Sharpton and Mrs. Becky Trimble, Tulsa; and three grandsons. Another daughter preceded him in death in 1972. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Potts Funeral Home in Independence, Kan., and interment will be in the Indepenedence Cemetery.
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Wednesday, April 30, 1986
ELLIS, Lennie May Ellis, 80, 425 Eleventh St. NE, Miami, died Tuesday at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, Mo., following an extended illness. Mrs. Ellis was a longtime resident of Craig County before moving to Miami in 1973. She was born Dec. 26, 1906 near Grove, the daughter of Garfield and Lizzie (Ekberg) Parkison. Mrs. Ellis worked at Eastern State Hospital for many years. She was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church, Miami. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford Ellis who died April 15, 1967. Survivors include three sons, Burward Ellis, Commerce; Milburn L. Ellis, Madison, Ohio; and Louis Ellis, McCune, Kans.; two daughters, Orletha Gray, Loveland, Col.; and Barbara Praytor, Miami. Other survivors include three sisters, Leota Richardson, Owasso; Helen Sharpton and Becky Trimbel, both of Tulsa; 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Immanuel Baptist Church, Miami, with church pastor Rev. Paul Simpson officiating. Burial will be in Martin Cemetery, Centralia, under the direction of Jim Thomas & Son Funeral Home, Miami.
The family will be at the Eleventh Street NE address in Miami.
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May 29, 1986 (page 144)
RILEY, Lois Edie Mae Riley, 58, Chelsea, died Tuesday at the St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa. She was born Apr. 7, 1928 in Craig County to Hooley and Daisy (Ross) Downing. Survivors of Riley include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hooley Downing, Chelsea; four brothers, Hooley Downing, Jr., Vinita; Arthur Downing, Chelsea; Grady Downing, Oklahoma City; and Hershell Downing, Nowata. Riley also has five surviving sisters: Clara Banks, Vinita; Mary Bailey, Nancy Downing and Rosetta Bowlin, all of Chelsea; and Luella Russel, Warchester, Mass. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Sunday in the Seaman-Blanke Funeral Chapel in Chelsea. Burial will be in the Shday Grove Cemetery, Chelsea, under the direction of the Seaman-Blanke Funeral Service of Chelsea.
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February 1973
E. CATLIN, Funeral services for Eugene L. Catlin, who passed away Friday, were held at 3:30 p.m. today in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with Rev. Charles McBee officiating. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita.
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April 9, 1977
K. HOWARD, Kenneth "Harold" Howard, 54-year-old Ketchum area resident, died Saturday in a local hospital. Born Nov. 15, 1924, west of Ketchum, Howard was a farmer and member of the Craig County Baptist Church. He moved to Vinita in March 1978 and had formerly lived in California and Colorado. He was preceded in death by his son, Kenneth Harold Howard, Jr., in 1961, and by one brother, Noble C. Howard in 1978. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Beverly J. Howard, of the home on Rt. 2, Vinita; six daughters, Peggy Jones, Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs. Dianna Rosenberg and Margaret Howard, both of Lafayette, Colo., Mrs. Kathleen Behnke, Hygiene, Colo., and Mrs. Linda Timmons and Mrs. Patricia Butz, both of Denver, Colo.; one brother, Wendell Howard, Afton; five sisters, Mrs. Maxine Scroggins, Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs. Margaret Catlin, San Antonio, Texas, Mrs. Bette Davis, Catoosa, Mrs. Jacquelyn Grubbs, Tulsa, and Mrs. Donna Lipe, Jenks and four grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Claude Strong, pastor of the Craig County Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Ketchum Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Home, Vinita. Howard will lie in state until 1:45 p.m. Tuesday in the Luginbuel Funeral Home.
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January 3, 1986
WILSON, Mrs. Laura Joann Haskins Wilson died Dec. 28 at Halstead Hosital in Halstead, KA. She was born on Dec. 26, 1901 at Meno, IT, the daughter of Will and Lillie Haskins. She was married to Fred Wilson on March 30, 1924. He preceded her in death. In 1960, Mrs. Wilson moved to Vinita to be close to her sister Blanche Gregory. She worked as a salesclerk retiring at age 64. She is survived by one son Monte Wilson, Colwich, KA, one sister, Blanche Gregory, Locust Grove, two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held Monday at the Highland Cemetery in Medicine Lodge, KA with Dr. Rick Frisbie officiating.
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September 18, 1974
MRS. LOLLAR, Mrs. Cecil Lollar, 62, El Dorado Springs, Mo., died Tuesday of an apparent heart attack. She was born Nov. 14, 1911, in Craig County and was a 1930 graduate of Vinita High School. She formerly taught school at Ketchum and Pensacola. Mrs. Lollar had been a teacher for 45 years and had taught school on the day of her death. Survivors include her husband, Claude Lollar, of the home in El Dorado Springs, Mo.; a son, C. E. Lollar, who lives in Colorado; a daughter, Claudine Reynolds, El Dorado Springs; five sisters, Jackie Grubbs and Donna Lipe, both of Tulsa, Betty Davis, Catoosa, Margaret Catlin, San Antonio, Tex., and Maxine Scroggins, Las Vegas, Nev.; and three brothers, Noble Howard, Rt. 2, Vinita, Wendell Howard, Rt. 2, Afton, and Harold Howard, Montague, Calif. Services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Thursday in El Dorado Springs, Mo., with interment in a cemetery there.
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August 18, 1975
Amos Lalicker, Amos Monroe Lalicker, 76, Rt. 2, Chetopa, Kan., northeast of Welch, passed away at 4:30 a.m. Saturday in a Miami hospital after a two-day illness.He was born Dec. 14, 1898 in Lincoln County, I.T., and came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Lalicker, to Mound Valley, Kan., when he was three years old. In 1916, he moved to Craig County and had lived here most of his life. He married Melva Cordelia Martin on Aug. 6, 1921, in Vinita and was employed at the Banta Construction Co., Enid. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Melva Lalicker, of the home; two sons, Gerald M. Lalicker, Rt. 2, Chetopa, and Kenneth Lalicker, Enid; two brothers, William L. Lalicker, Medicine Lodge, Kan., and Everett M. Lalicker, Bend, Ore.; five grandchildren, one great-grandchild and four step-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Thomas Funeral Home Chapel, Welch, with Rev. Lloyd Carder officiating. Interment will be in Welch Cemetery.
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February 28, 1986
GREGORY, Blanche Gregory, 89-year-old long-time Vinitan, died Thursday at Locust Grove. She was a member of the Pilgrim PresbyterianChurch and the widow of Bert Gregory. Services are pending and will be announced by the Burckhalter Funeral Home, Vinita.
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March 25, 1987
Couch, Leonard M. Couch, 66, 417 N. Vann St., Vinita, died late Tuesday night in the Claremore Indian Hospital. Mr. Couch was born Aug. 27, 1920 at Vinita and worked as a carpenter and general construction worker here until his retirement in 1982. A member of the Calvary Baptist Church of Vinita, he married Mary Jane Patterson on Nov. 1, 1941. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jane, of the home in Vinita; two sons, James and Larry Couch, both of Vinita; two daughters, Priscilla Smith, Longview, Tex.; and Linda Chanley, Claremore; four sisters, Lillie Bennington, Marble Falls, Tex.; Della LeGate, Hereford, Tex.; LaDon Wilson, Umatilla, Ore.; and Wilma Rich, Garden City, Kan.; and 10 grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Terry Wise and Rev. Joe Coppedge officiating. Burial will be in the Pheasant Hill Cemetery.
Friends are giving to the American Cancer Society. Luginbuel Funeral Service of Vinita is in charge of arrangements.
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September 20, 1979 (picture)
William Curnutte
Prominent business leader dies
William E. "Bill" Curnutte, prominent Vinita businessman, was stricken suddenly and died of an apparent massive heart attack at his home around 11:30 Wednesday night. Curnutte, who was president of C & L Supply Company, had been in business here since January 1946. Besides activities in local organizations, he was also a member of the National Distributor Council for both the Boise Cascade Cabinet division and Modern Maid appliances. Born July 12, 1921, at Picher, Curnutte served in the U.S. Army in World War II and the Korean Conflict. He was a member of the Vinita Masonic Lodge No. 5 and was extremely active in Masonic work. Curnutte was also a member of the Tulsa Scottish Rite Consistory and the Tulsa Akdar Temple Shrine, plus being current president of the Craig County Shrine Club. One of his latest projects for the Shrine Club was to help organize and name the "Scamps" a parade unit composed of local Shriners. Curnutte was also a member of the Vinita Lions Club and the First Baptist Church of Vinita. Survivors include his wife, Genevieve, of the home at 115 Jenny Lane; one son, Mark Curnutte, Tulsa; two daughters, Mrs. Kathy Kidd, Vinita, and Mrs. Marcia Vinyard, Tulsa, and six grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Ron Hunt, pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service.
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February 11, 1982
Curnutte, Harry G. Curnutte, 79-year-old Vinita resident, died early today in a Vinita nursing home. He was born April 28, 1902 at St. Clair City, Mo., and had been employed as a carpenter. Survivors include his widow, Gladys Curnutte, Vinita; one son, Vernon Lee Curnutte, Bluejacket; one brother Oscar Curnutte, Tulsa, and seven grandchildren. Graveside services will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in Welch Cemetery with the Rev. Ray C. Newman officiating. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Home, Vinita.
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November 2, 1976
Hattie Riley, Mrs. Hattie Delilah Riley, 65-year-old Welch resident, died shortly after arrival at a Miami hospital. She had been ill two weeks. Mrs. Riley was born Dec. 17, 1910 in Talala. She lived in Welch for 41 years. Mrs. Riley married Earnest Riley on March 27, 1936 in Vinita. She and her husband lived on a farm until 11 years ago when they moved to Welch. She was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church, south of Edna, Kan. Survivors include her husband, Ernest Riley, of the home in Welch; three sons, Archie Riley and Marvin Riley, both of Edna, Kan., and Willard Riley, Welch; one daughter, Mrs. Norman Foster, Rt. 2, Coffeyville, Kan.; one brother, John Hubbard, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Haecker, Lindsey, Calif., and Mrs. Eliza Vaulk, California and nine grandchildren. Funeral services are pending and will be announced later by the Thomas Funeral Home, Welch.
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1980
E. Riley, Ernest Clarence Riley, 79-year-old Welch resident, died Thursday morning at his home. He wasa born Jan. 13, 1901, near Welch, I.T. Riley was married to Hattie Deliah Hubbard on March 28, 1936 in Vinita. She preceded him in death on Nov. 1, 1976. He and his wife lived on a farm northwest of Welch until his retirement in 1965 when they moved into Welch. Riley was a farmer and stockman and belonged to the Bethel Baptists Church, South Edna, Kan.
Survivors include three sons, Archie W. Riley and Marvin D. Riley, both of Edna, Kan., and Willard Riley, Welch; one daughter, Mrs. Norma F. Foster, Coffeyville, Kan.; one brother, Roy Riley, rural Vinita; one sister, Mrs. Gracie Harrah, Lemorre, Calif., and 10 grandchildren. Services are pending and will be announced later by the Thomas Funeral Home, Welch.

1980
E. Riley, Services for Ernest Clarence Riley, 79-year-old Welch resident who died Thursday were held at 2 p.m. today at the Thomas Funeral Home in Welch.
The Rev. Harold Neal officiated and interment was in Walker Cemetery, west of Welch. Arrangements were by the Thomas Funeral Home, Welch.
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February 1973
Mrs. Abbott, Funeral services for Mrs. Letha Vera Abbott, who died Friday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at the Burckhalter Memorial Chapel. Rev. Lloyd Crawford, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Jay, officiated. Interment was in the Bluejacket Cemetery under the direction of the Burckhalter Funeral Home of Vinita.
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December 16, 1976
Mary Adair, Mary L. Adair, 78-year-old Vinita resident, died early today in a local hospital.Mrs. Adair was born Sept. 12, 1898 in Banner, Miss., and came to Vinita from Pomona, Calif. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Bedford Adair, on Feb. 16, 1974. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. J. M. Manning, Vinita and Mrs. Lillit Powell, Siloam Springs, Ark., and three brothers, John Hipp, Calhoun City, Miss., Mallom Hipp, Siloam Springs, and Edwin Hipp, Memphis, Tenn. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with Rev. Joe Carson officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Service, Vinita.
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March 8, 1980
Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Edith Adams, 100-year-old Vinitan, died Tuesday afternoon at her home. She was born Feb. 23, 1880 at Grand River, I.T. Mrs. Adams came to Vinita in 1898. Survivors include three sons, Fred Adams, Wichita, Kan., Raymond Adams, Vinita, and Andrew Adams, Tucson, Ariz.; four daughters, Almeta Adams, Mrs. Lois Ryan and Mrs. Jessie Smith, all of Vinita, and Mrs. Ida Hodo, Tulsa; three sisters, Mrs. Emily George, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Juanita Johnson, Des Moines, Iowa, and Mrs. Nancy Hickle, Muskogee; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren and two nieces, Flossie Cole and Velma Allen, both of Buffalo, N.Y.
Services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Home, Vinita.
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May 15, 1979
J. Apperson, James Andrew "Andy" Apperson, 12-year-old Edna, Kan., youth, was killed Sunday in a car accident. Born Nov. 15, 1966 in Coffeyville, Kan., James was a sixth grade student at Edna Elementary School. He was an active member of the Leib 4-H Club, in addition to baseball, basketall and wrestling.
Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Apperson, one brother, Charles Eric, and one sister, Deborah Denise, all of the home in Edna, Kan., and grandparents Boyd Apperson, Welch, and Mrs. Olive Spurgeon, Oswego, Kan.
Services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the United Methodist Church, Edna, Kan., with the Revs. Ken Rogers and don Williams officiating. Interment will be in Lake Creek Cemetery near Bartlett, Kan. Friends may contribute to a memorial fund at the First State Bank, Edna, Kan.
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February 8, 1980
L. Asbury,Laura Waynel Asbury, 10, Waco, Texas, was killed in a car accident Jan. 19 near Clifton, Texas. Miss Asbury was born May 27, 1969. Survivors include her father, Larry Asbury, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Asbury, all of Vinita. Services were held Jan. 21 in Clifton, Texas.
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July 7, 1986
ADAMS, Frank Marion Adams, 74, Chelsea, died Sunday at the Nowata Hospital. Mr. Adams was born April 12, 1912 in Rogers County to the late Robert Lee and Ciola (Chance) Adams. He was a member of the Baptist Church and was a former Vinita resident. Survivors include his wife, Edna Lee, of the home in Chelsea; a son, David Adams,Miami; daughters, Frances Cox, Ark City, Kan.; Twyla Salidar and Glenda Pezzella, both of Birginia Beach, Va.; Marilyn Johnston, Rita Wallis and Merri Tadych, all of Chelsea; Gloria Farbro, Mannford; and Lana Heath, Bartlesville. Also surviving are two sisters, Jane Bailey and Arta Dixon, both of Denver, Col.; 16 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. A son, George Robert Adams, (it doesn't finish that sentence). Graveside funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Chelsea Cemetery, under direction of the Burckhalter Funeral Home, Vinita.
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1980
Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Goldie Adams, 69-year-old Vinitan, died early today in a Tulsa hospital after a long illness. She was born Oct. 18, 1910 at Ketchum. She was a member of the North Side Church of Christ in Vinita. Her husband, Luther Adams, preceded her in death Aug. 7, 1978. Survivors include one brother, Floyd Land, Vinita; one step-son, Marvin Adams, San Antonio, Texas, and numerous nieces and nephews. Services are set for Monday at 11 a.m. in the Luginbuel Funeral Home Chapel with Joe Denney, pastor of the North Side Church of Christ, officiating. Interment will be at Ketchum Cemetery with arrangements directed by Luginbuel Funeral Service, Vinita.
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February 12, 1987
Anderson, A long illness recently claimed the life of D. French Anderson, 83, Tulsa, an early employee of the Grand River Dam Authority in Vinita. Mr. Anderson was a retired chief of operations of the Southwestern Power Administration (SPA). He was assigned to the Grand River Pensacola project soon after its approval and remained here until 1943. He then joined SPA and retired from that post in 1968. He was awarded the silver medal and a citation from the Department of the Interior a month after his retirement for meritorious service, the department's second highest award. He is survived by his wife, LaVere, who was an active member of the Vinita chapter of American Association of University Women during the Anderson's stay here. She also authored children's books in recent years, copies of which are in the Vinita Public Library. Other survivors include two daughters, Jessica M. Nidiffer and Audry Thixton, both of Tulsa; and one son, W. French Anderson, Bethesda, Md. Private funeral services were held Tuesday in Tulsa.
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October 9, 1974
Lester Adams, Lester Adams, 82, a former Joplin, Mo., resident, died at 12:15 p.m. in a Tulsa hospital, following an extended illness. Born May 31, 1892 in Lebanon, Mo., he had lived in Tulsa for three years. He was a retired railroad employee and a member of the Joplin Heights Baptist Church. He is survived by one stepson, Charles W. Benton, Tulsa, and a niece, Mrs. Mary Trippitoe, Neosho, Mo. Services were planned for 1:30 p.m. today in Joplin, with burial in Highland Park Cemetery at Pittsburg, Kan., under the direction of Thomas Funeral Home of Welch.
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December 20, 1974
George Ahrens, George C. (Pat) Ahrens, 59, 611 Pecan St., Chetopa, Kan., passed away at 6:55 a.m. today in a Joplin medical center. He had been ill for six months.
He was born Nov. 19, 1915, on Rt. 2, Chetopa, northwest of Welch, and married Ora Brown on Jan. 21, 1939 in Norman. He was employed by the Chetopa Implement Company until last August when poor health forced his retirement. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ora Ahrens, of the home; two sons, George C.Ahrens, Jr., Chetopa, and Claude M. Ahrens, stationed with the U.S. Navy in Tokyo, Japan; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Broyles, Neosho, Mo.; one stepson, Woody McMahan, Houston, Tex.; five brothers, Jewell Ahrens, Fullerton, Calif., Neville Ahrens, Picher, John E. Ahrens, Glendale, Calif., Dennis Ahrens, Paris, Calif., and Delta Ahrens, Chetopa. Others surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Manford, Grandview, Mo., Mrs. Ruby Rometti, San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Nona Houck, Pierce City, Mo., and Mrs. Roberta Anderson, Norman; three grandchildren and two step-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced later by the Thomas Funeral Home of Welch.
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September 2, 1986
Howard, Services for Lydia M. Howard, 76, Vinita, were held today in the Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Dave Hammonds officiating. Burial followed in the Memorial Cemetery, Bartlesville. Howard died Thursday, Aug. 28, in Craig General Hospital. She was born March 12, 1913, at Pineville, Mo. to the late Albert and Edith (Shira) Akehurst. She married Christopher Howard in the early 1930s and the couple made their home in Bartlesville. howard became a nurse's aid in 1950 and worked in that capacity until her retirement in 1962. Howard lived in Bartlesville until 1983 when she moved to Vinita. She was a lifetime member of the World War I Auxiliary and a member of the Woodland Church of Christ, Bartlesville. Survivors include one son, John Howard, Locust Grove; two daughters, Mrs. Ann Sherrill, Vinita; and Betty L. Gray, Salina, Kan.; three brothers, Wallace Akehurst, Neosho, Mo.; Grover Akehurst, Granby, Mo.; and Earl Akehurst, Ada; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Christopher Howard, who died in April 1973.
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April 20,1988
Shank, Ola Dell Shank, 87, former Vinita resident, died Friday, April 15, 1988 at the Seiling, Okla. hospital. Mrs. Shank was born May 6, 1900 at White Oak, Indian Territory, the daughter of John and Mattie Sweatman. She married Roy Shank on June 15, 1920 at Nowata. The couple made their first home in Vinita. Mr. Shank was employed by Phillips Petroleum. In 1935, the couple moved to Moore, Okla. where they lived until 1953 when they moved to Borger, Texas. Mr. Shank retired from Phillips Petroleum in 1962 and the couple moved to a farm southeast of Seiling. The Shanks were charter members of the First Baptist Church in Seiling. Survivors include three sons, Carl Shank, Seiling; Dale Shank, New York, N.Y.; and Perry Shank, Woodward; two daughters, Minnilee Shank, Boulder Creek, Calif.; and Betty Nan Shank, Redwood City, Calif.; two brothers, John Sweatman, hot Springs, Ark.; and Bud Sweatman, Bartlesville; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, who died on Sept. 1, 1985; one brother; three sisters; and one grandson.
Funeral services for Mrs. Shank were held at 2 p.m. Monday, April 18 in the First Baptist Church, Seiling, with the Rev. Clayton Conley officiating. Burial followed in the Munice Cemetery located southeast of Seiling. The Redinger Funeral Home of Seiling was in charge of arrangements.
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February 1975
Dolly Byroad, Mrs. Dolly Byroad, 55-year-old former Craig Countian, died Wednesday in Huron, S.D., hospital after a long illness. She was born Jan. 16, 1920 in Craig County and attended school at Kelly and White Oak. Survivors include her husband, Edward Byroad, of the home in St. Lawrence, S.D.; her mother, Mrs. J. D. Millhollon, 547 N. Gunter St.; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Hudson, Omaha, Neb., Ida Love, Claremore; Willa Millhollon, Denver, Colo.; and Laura Shearhart, 407 N.Gunter St. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced later by Rick Funeral Home, Miller, S.D. Interment will be in St. Lawrence.
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October 7, 1975
Rosa Dupree, Rosa W. Dupree, 81, 570 N. Smith St., died Monday afternoon in a local hospital after a week's illness. She had been in ill health the past few months. She was the widow of Wright Dupree who died Oct. 9, 1964. Mrs. Dupree was born Jan. 12, 1894 near Pryor, I.T., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Wright. The family lived for a time in Siloam Springs, Ark., and moved to Centralia about 1907. She began teaching at the age of 16, in the old Scott community which later became Bunker Hill. She also taught at Centralia, Banner, Dupree, Shanahan, and Couch schools. During World War II she taught in the Wayside and Cobb Districts. She was a past president of the Craig County Home Demonstration (now Extension Homemakers) Council and of the Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church. In 1959, she and Mr. Dupree helped organize the Dupree Baptist Church, and she remained active in the church until her final illness. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Frances Frost, Mrs. Emma Rose Moore, and Mrs. Mary Jo Jones, all of Vinita; one brother, Clegg I. Wright, Independence, Kans., and three sisters, Mrs. Grace Horrell, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Cora Connor, Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. Mabell Burnett, Tulsa, and eight grandchildren. Her son, Louis W. Dupree, died in 1943 while serving in the army in El Paso, Tex.
Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the First Baptist Church. Rev. Clifford Stevens, pastor of the Dupree church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. Charles McBee, First Baptist pastor. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under direction of the Burckhalter Funeral Home.
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1983
Gray, George C. Gray, long-time Vinita resident, died Saturday at a local hospital following a long illness. He was born Aug. 1, 1892, and was a native of Boone County, Ark. Gray had been a resident of the Vinita area since 1926. Gray was a retired farmer and carpenter and a member of the Dupree Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Bertha, of the home at 239 1/2 N. Scraper; a daughter, Madge Bennett, Buffalo, Mo.; his sons, Roy Gray, Downey, Calif., and Ross, Vinita; a half-brother, Houston Gray, Napa, Idaho; six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three daughters. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Burckhalter Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Clifford Stevens officiating. Interment will be in Timpson Chapel Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Burckhalter Funeral Home.
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April 19, 1974
F. Dupree, Fred L. Dupree, 78, a native of Vinita, died Sunday night in Carson, Calif., following a heart attack. He had been in ill health for some time. Born Aug. 20, 1896, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dupree, pioneer Vinitans. He attended Vinita schools and in 1916 married Miss Winnie Scott, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Scott of Vinita. He was employed in the old Sinclair refinery here and later worked at Coffeyville, Kan., and Tulsa Sinclair plants before moving to California in the 1940s. Injuries sustained in a refinery accident there forced his retirement several years later. Survivors include his widow, of the home; four sons, Robert, Jim and Gene, all of the Los Angeles area and John, Sacramento; three sisters, Mrs. H. J. Hill of Vinita, Mrs. D. E. Hall of Englewood, Colo., and Mrs. Foster Smith of Eagle, Colo. Services and burial will be Thursday in San Pedro, Calif.
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Vinita, Ok Daily Journal, Sept 20, 1994.
RICHARDSON, Violet Richardson, former area resident, died Monday, Sept 19, 1994 in Pryor. She was born Jan 2, 1899 in Ketchum. She married Claude Richardson on April 11, 1919. She was preceded in death by her husband on Jan. 17, 1983; a son, Claude Everett Richardson on May 7, 1990; and one grandson, Tommy Lee Kay, on July 29, 1986. Survivors include three daughters: Gulah Stilley of Modesto, Calif., Wanda Kay of Oklahoma City and Verda Hert of Adair; and eight grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept 21, at Keys Funeral Home in Pryor, with Rev. Eugene Kay officiating. Interment will be in Ghormley Cemetery under the direction of Keys Funeral Home of Pryor.


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