Woodward – The funeral for Artie Arnold, 81, will be at 2 PM Monday at the Church of Christ with Rant Edwards officiating. Burial will follow at Elmwood Cemetery under the direction of Good Samaritan Funeral Service.
She was born August 13, 1916, at Branson, Missouri, to James and Orpha Thompson Renshaw and died Saturday, January 3, 1998, at Newman Memorial Hospital in Shattuck.
She married O. E. Logsdon on September 3, 1935, and they made their home on a ranch north of Woodward. They resided on several ranches before moving to Woodward in 1950. After the death of her husband she worked for Trego's Western Ware and Woodward Hospital in the housekeeping department.
She married Lloyd E. Arnold in September 1955 at Wichita, Kansas, and they made their home in Woodward and continued in the farming and ranching business.
She was a member of the Church of Christ.
She is survived by a daughter, Dana Spencer of Woodward; a brother, David Renshaw of Ocala, Florida; a sister, Eva Reese of Mooreland; four grandchildren; and six great – grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by both husbands and three sisters.
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