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Bessie Wyant
© The Guthrie News Leader
Sunday, April 13, 1975
Submitted by: Bob Chada

Bessie Wyant Funeral Set
Pallbearers have been announced for Mrs. Bessie Wyant, 87, Mulhall, whose services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in Smith Memorial Chapel. Luster Stokes will officiate assisted by Ray Tidwell and burial will be in Roselawn cemetery, Mulhall directed by Smith Funeral Home.
Mrs. Wyant died Thursday in Logan County Memorial Hospital. She was born in Kansas on May 21, 1887 and came to Oklahoma with her parents in the Run of 89. She had been a member of the Order of Eastern Star since 1928 and also belonged to the Mulhall Christian Church.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Fern Ferrell, and a grandson, James E. Ferrell; three sisters Mrs. Nina Uecker, Mrs. Mae Jordan and Mrs. Margaret Ross, and four great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Lincoln Lewis, Frank Nelson, Charles Bethcan, Luther Terrel, John Bowden and L. B. Yost.

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