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© Chandler News-Publicist

1875 - 1946

John M. Coblentz, 70, dies of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at his farm home near Chandler Thursday, January 10.
Mr. Coblentz had been in Ill health for some time, according to family members.
Coblentz, the son of Clark M. and Mary Ann Coblentz, was born in Bridgewater, Ohio in 1875.
He moved with his parents to Oklahoma in 1891 and settled on a farm six miles north and 1 mile east of Chandler.
He later purchased a farm near the homestead where he lived for more than 55 years.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Eva A. Coblentz of the home address; two daughters, Mrs. Dolly Gilbert of Canadian, Texas and Mrs. Dorothy Murphy, South Haven, Kansas; eight grandchildren; one step-son and daughter, Orville Gillespie and Mrs. Myrtle Dearing of Higgins, Texas; two nieces, one nephew and numerous friends.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. G. Cansler at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Downing-Curry Funeral Home.
Burial was at the Oak Park Cemetery.
Published Thursday, January 17, 1946.

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