Minnie Ulin © The Ponca City News Thursday September 12, 1957 Submitted by: Catherine Widener
Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie June Ulin, 137 Prospect, who died suddenly Wednesday morning at her home, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the First Methodist Church with the Rev. J. Glore Reneau, Officiating.
Mrs. Ulin was born in Cowley County, Kansas and came to Oklahoma with her parents when they made the run opening the Cherokee Strip. They settled on a farm on which the home at 137 Prospect is now located. It was known as the C. F. Muchow farm.
Mrs. Ulin received her education in Ponca City and on November 30, 1910 she was married to Roy Ulin in Winfield, Kansas. They established their home in Cedar Vale, Kansas, and moved to Ponca City the following year.
A member of the First Methodist Church, Mrs. Ulin was a member of the Ladies Class of the Sunday School there, a member of the OES No. 53, the White Shrine of Jerusalem, No. 12, and a member of the Royal Neighbors.
Survivors include her husband of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Keathly, 113 Prospect; two brothers, Frank Muchow, Boise , Idaho; and Leroy Muchow, 122 South Elm; three sisters; Mrs. H. R. Kidder, 603 South Fourth, Mrs. O.A. Shield, Arkansas City, and Mrs. Grace Gill, 309 North Third; two grandsons, Bill and Don Keathly.
Burial will be in the 1.0.0.F. Cemetery under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel. Pallbearers will be Ernest L. Round, Clarence Bowman, Doc Jobe, Jake Jobe,H.A. Young and Harry McAnulty.
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