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Bessie Moore
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan


Bessie M. Moore Dies At City Nursing Home
Services are pending at Porter Funeral Home for Bessie M. Moore, 79, city resident for many years, who died at the Blackwell Nursing home at 4 a.m. Tuesday.
Surviving are one son, Lt. Col. Lee B. Moore of Annadale, Va., a sister, Mrs. Iona Fuller, of Lawrence, Kans., and two brothers, Frank Northup of Lenapah, Okla., and Dale of Blackwell.
Moore Service here Saturday, At 10 A.M.
Services for Bessie M. Moore, 79, who died at Blackwell Nursing Home early Tuesday, will be conducted at the Alfred Porter home Saturday, at 10 a.m. with Rev John Downs, pastor, of the First Christian Church, officiating.
Burial will be in the Green Lawn Abbey at IOOF cemetery. Mrs. Moore had been a resident of this community for more than 50 years. Her family lived on a farm southeast of the city, and her husband, Lee, was in the meat market business here for many years.


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July 1, 1969-July 2, 1969


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