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Rhoda Arnold
© The Ponca City News
03-31-1958
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre


August 1, 1882 - March 29, 1958

Blackwell Resident is Taken by Death

Blackwell Funeral services for Mrs. Rhoda Arnold, 75, were to be at 2 PM Monday in the First Methodist Church of Blackwell.

The the 31-year resident of the Blackwell community succumbed Saturday, March 29, 1958 at her home, 530 W. Blackwell, after an extended illness.

Officiating at the services was Rev. Dwight Hunt. Burial was to be in the I00F Cemetery under direction of the Porter Funeral Home.

Mrs. Arnold was born August 1, 1882 in Cisco, Illinois.

She was a member of the Methodist Church and had held membership for 40 years in its Keystone class.

She was past state president of Daughters of Union Veterans, a past president of WCTU and past Oracle of Royal Neighbors. She also was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Rebekah Lodge and the Retta Club.

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