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Amanda CANTER GOODPASTURE HELTERBRAND
© The Enid Morning News
Enid, Garfield Co. OK
March 11, 1939
 
Submitted by: Lois Burdick Grand Mother


RITES PENDING FOR MRS. HELTERBRAND Amanda S. J. CANTER GOODPASTURE HELTERBRAND
Funeral services were pending last night at the Henninger Funeral Home for Mrs. W. B. Helterbrand 62 years old, of the Waukomis-Drummond community. She died Friday morning at her home. She was a member of the Eden Baptist Church and had lived in the comunity since 1898 ( 1901) Survivors include her husband of the home, her mother Mrs. Sabina Eash of Center, MO , and 10 children by a former marriage, Charles Goodpasture of Caldwell, KS, John Goodpasture of Purcell, OK, Vernia , Dallas, Glen and Leland Goodpasture all of Hennessey, Mrs. Marvin Melton (Myrtle) of McCloud, OK, Mrs. I. L. Norris ( Minnie), Mrs. Dwight McGinnis ( Celia) , and Mrs. Jim Albright ( Mary) all of Hennessey.

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