WOODWARD - Funeral services for Mrs. May Belle Armstrong will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Chapel of Memories here with the Rev. Connell Ghormley officiating.
Mrs. Armstrong will be buried in the Elmwood Cemetery with the Good Samaritan Funeral Service of Woodward in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Armstrong died Wednesday in a Shattuck hospital. She was born in Emporia, Kan., and as a small child moved with her family to Hobart. She attended Southwestern State University and graduated from Central State University.
After her marriage to Lester A. Armstrong in Oklahoma City, they made their home in Hobart. She taught there and in other schools before moving to Woodward in 1932 where she was associated with her husband in operating the Armstrong Funeral Home and the Hilltop Motel.
Mrs. Armstrong was a member of the First Baptist Church, the Beta Sorosis Club and the Peter Pan Club. She was a past matron of Chapter 117, Order of Eastern Star.
In addition to her husband Bob of Woodward, Mrs. Armstrong is survived by three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
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