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Alonze C Dickey
Nov 14, 1873 - 1943
Posted by Martha Reddout

Newspaper clipping dated 1 Dec 1943

Dickey Rites Held Today
Farmer Lived In County Since 1907
Final tribute was paid L.C. Dickey, prominent pioneer farmer in the west part of Kiowa county, in funeral services at 2:30 this afternoon at Lone Wolf.
Dickey died Monday night at his home, west of Lone Wolf at the age of 70 years. Born Nov. 14, 1873, at Atlanta, Ga., he was married in 1895.
Dickey moved his family to Kiowa county in 1907, where he had resided since.
Services were conducted at the Baptist church in Lone Wolf this afternoon, with Rev. Johnson officiating.

Interment was made in the Lone Wolf cemetery under direction of Gish Funeral home.
Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Emma Dickey of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Viola Sugg, Lone Wolf, and one son, O.M. Dickey, Amarillo, Texas.

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