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Laura "Shirley" Powell Batterton
© Cheyenne Sta
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Funeral services for Laura "Shirley" Powell Batterton, 78 of Lamar, are scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday, January 27, at the Lamar Christian Church.

Batterton was born on September 14, 1917 in St. Francis, Kansas and died on January 24 at home with her family.

Ian Blacker and Larry Haddock officiated at the services. Burial was at Riverside Cemetery in Lamar.

Laura "Shirley" Batterton is survived by her husband Virgel; children, Lois Bauer of Tyrone, Oklahoma; Lola Gilliland of Lamar; Joyce {Butch} Hedgecoke of Tempe, Arizona; Wayne {Carol Ann} Batterton of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; and Glenda {Gerald} Carpenter of Las Animas; brothers and sisters, Emma Altweis of Los Angeles, California; John D. Powell of Palo Alto, California; Ralph Powell of Centerton, Arkansas; Mildred Green of Amarillo, Texas; Henry {Norma} Powell of Lamar; Lillian {Wayne} Clausen of Lamar; Alice Kelley of Lamar; and Elmer Powell of Boulder; twenty five grandchildren; thirty four great grandchildren; one great great grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Batterton was preceded in death by parents, William Charles and Mable Clair Watson Powell; sisters, Vera Collins and Betty Newman; brother, Frank Powell; and her sons-in-law, Duane Bauer, Tom Barlow, and Bill Eirhart.



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