E. E. Smith © The Ponca City News 10-10-1947 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
December 30, 1878 - October 8, 1947
Rites to be Saturday for Blackwell Grocer
Blackwell – Doctor E. E. Smith, 69, veterinarian and grocer here since 1911, died Wednesday afternoon at the Blackwell General Hospital. He had been admitted there Monday morning.
Survived by his widow, Jessie, of the home, Doctor Smith was born December 30, 1878, at Parmer, Illinois, coming to Blackwell from Springfield, Illinois, in 1911.
He practiced as a veterinary for 20 years and until the time of his retirement some months ago, was the owner of the former Smith Drive-in market.
Additional survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Enid Erlene Brown of Blackwell, and three brothers, Fred and Melvin of Springfield, Illinois, and Charles of Quincy, Illinois, and one grandchild.
Funeral services, under the direction of Robert's funeral home, will be held Saturday at 2:30 PM at the Methodist church, the Rev. Harold Stine, pastor of the Christian church, officiating. Burial will be in the I00F Cemetery.
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