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Butler Cemetery
Custer County, Oklahoma

Pauline (McGee) Thompson

© Dolores Colwell Willis & Roy Willis

© Hammon Advocate
July 3, 1952
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Pauline (Magee) Thompson

Services were conducted for Mrs. W.S. Thompson in a funeral home in Amarillo, Texas, Wednesday at 4 p.m. Mrs. Thompson died Monday, June 30, 1952, after a long illness. Graveside services were conducted at Butler at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) with C.R. Gurley, Minister of the Church of Christ, Hammon, officiating.

Mrs. Thompson was a member of the Church of Christ.

Mrs. Thompson will be remembered as Pauline Magee, who lived in Hammon in her girlhood days with an aunt, Mrs. Maude Offill. She, also was a niece of Mrs. W.A. Miller.

Those she leaves in her immediate family are her husband and two sons, Neil, 15 years, and Billy, 13 years. 

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