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Graveside services will be Thursday, Feb. Jasper Ligon and Rev. Graveside services for former Sasakwa resident, Fanny Laverne Burrows, were held yesterday at 2 p. Funeral services for Opal Lucille Burtchell were held today at 2 p.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p. Wednesday in Little Cemetery, Seminole County. She was born May 16, in Mulhall, Okla. Surviving is her daughter, Jody Kerr of Greensboro, N. Carl Whitfield and Rev. Violet Merkle Burton celebrated her th birthday on March 29, She was born years earlier on that date in the farmhouse where she lived until two years ago, near Maud. Violet began teaching in Kenific, where she taught for three years before returning to Maud during the "oil boom", where she taught fifth grade for 44 years.
During the boom, she had 88 fifth graders one year, one of whom was 17 years old. Violet and William Paul Burton were married Aug. They lived in Maud when Paul was killed in an oilfield accident on Feb. Burton did not remarry.
The University of Oklahoma was started as a preparatory school for these young people. Violet retired from teaching in May She was active in community service, serving at St. She was also pianist for Eastern Star and had been a member for 75 years a special year pin was made for her as no one had ever been a member of that organization for so long.
A memorial service for Maud native Ramon Bussey is scheduled for 10 a. Bussey, 76, of Shawnee died Sunday, July 16, in Shawnee. He was reared in Maud and Seminole and was a longtime Pottawatomie County area resident, having lived in Shawnee for over 45 years.
Bussey attended school in Allen, Bowlegs, Maud and Seminole and enjoyed playing cards and dominoes. He was band director at Marlow High School for three years and Wewoka High School for six years, where he inspired his students by marching along with them, despite injuries received during his military service during World War II. Florence was born on March 9, in Irwin, Pa. Florence then moved to Covington, Okla.
After high school she then moved to Enid where she attended Business College. She worked at Long Bell Lumber Company doing office work during the war. Florence then went to Fort Knox, Ky. The couple then moved to the Seminole area and lived until when Jim and Florence moved to Oklahoma City. Her parents, husband Jim Calder, two brothers and one sister preceded her in death.
Funeral services for Lola J. Calhoun are scheduled for 10 a. Monday at Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel. Calhoun, 81, passed away Thursday, July 27, in Tulsa. She is a member of Victory Christian Center and is a beloved mother and grandmother. Funeral service for Wewoka resident, Jacob Camp, are scheduled for 1: Lyon Packhurt and Rev. Camp, 68, died Thursday, Nov. He worked as a roustabout in the oilfields and was also a minister at Marlow, Okla.
Camp held the position of minister at Calvary Baptist Church along with a membership. His parents, wife Nov. Funeral services for Cromwell native Josephine Camp are set for 1: A wake service is set for 7: Lynn Parkheast and Rev.
Eddie Joe Lindsey officiating. The body will be brought to the church at 3 p. She was a member of Marlow Baptist Church. Fred Lindsey of Wetumka, Rev. Monday at the Sasakwa Church of Christ. Ada passed away Friday, Sept. She was born Dec. Ada married Dave Marian Cargill on Oct.
She owned and operated Cargill Grocery in Sasakwa for many years and was a housewife who enjoyed her family, yard work and growing beautiful flowers. Burton, Dickey Burton and John C. Burton and one sister, Bonnie Fernberg preceded her in death. Funeral services for Zell Carrell of Ardmore were held at 2 p. Timothy Ball and Rev. Carrell were married on Feb. Her parents, husband and brothers, Jack Vineyard, G. W Vineyard and J. Vineyard preceded her in death.
Funeral services for former Wewoka resident Lucille C. Carter are scheduled for 2 p. James Hilton is to officiate with interment to follow at Oakwood Cemetery in Wewoka. Carter, 93, died Thursday, March 2, in Oklahoma City. In July she married John A.
Menefee in Wewoka and he died April 6, She later married Silas Miller Carter in January and he too died in Saturday at the family home at Washington Street in Bowlegs. Carter, 60, died Wednesday, Sept. She was born June 15, in Ontario, Ore. She attended Seminole Schools and was of the Baptist faith. She worked as a seamstress and waitress until she became disabled. She attended Seminole High School through her graduate year of but lived all of her adult life in Norman, Okla.
She enjoyed a wonderful relationship with the OU community as a freelance artist and she also loved to sing and played guitar. Marta was overjoyed to see her only daughter graduate from OU this past spring. She also loved the companionship of her beloved cat Henry.
Marta's mind and body were long burdened by mental illness, but her spirit always found wonderful expression through her love of art and music, which brought her great happiness when she shared them with her friends and family.
She is survived by her daughter, Jennifer Casteel who resides in Oklahoma City; her mother and step-father who reside in Tulsa, Okla. The family has chosen Swearingen Funeral Home to handle the cremation and a memorial service is pending in Norman later this month. He was born April 16, , in Culver City, Calif. Casteel lived in Texas for a short time, and then moved to Shawnee when he was 10 years old. Casteel served in the U. Casteel enjoyed coaching Little League baseball and softball while his children were young.
He also enjoyed yard work, playing board games, spending time with his grandchildren and watching OU football. Graveside services for longtime Seminole resident Velma Irene Chaffin are scheduled for Saturday at Little Cemetery. Rusty Dawson is to officiate and burial is to follow under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Seminole. Chaffin, 86, died Wednesday, March 1, in Seminole. Her parents; husband Sept. Hope was born January 19, , in Seymour, Ind.
On January 16, , Hope married Robert Chambers who preceded her in death in She was a longtime resident of Wewoka, where she was an active member of First Christian Church and employee of Claybrook Drilling.
Hope is preceded in death by her parents, her sisters Katherine and Peggy, her brothers Zach and Robert Lee, and her son William. Funeral services are scheduled for Smith Mortuary North, of Oklahoma City. A wake service will be held for Chamnaiphol at 7 p. Chamnaiphol was preceded in death by her parents, as well as her sister Phyllis Warledo and brother Jason Warledo.
Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident Cleve Chandler are scheduled for He retired after 23 years in June and moved back to Seminole. His parents, only son, Russell and one grandson, Timmy Stanford preceded him in death. Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 56 years, Louise, of the home; daughter, Christie Stanford of Del City; sister, Ruby Miller of Pink; five grandchildren, Amy, Brandi, Angela, Justin and Ronni; four great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and his beloved pet, Josie.
Pallbearers for the services will be: Funeral services for Wewoka resident Alicia Nicole Chapman will be at Chapman died on Thursday, Aug. She was twenty-two years old. Chapman was brought up in the Holdenville area and attended Holdenville schools. She had lived for the past year in Wewoka. She loved spending time with friends, cooking, and working with crafts. She was very much loved and will be sorely missed.
Her infant daughter, Mikayla Renea, in August , and her maternal grandfather, John Upton, in October preceded her in death.
Burial followed at Little Cemetery. Greg passed away Wednesday, Jan. He was born in Seminole Oct. He attended Seminole Schools and was a very gifted all-around handyman.
He did masonry, woodworking, painting, welding, mechanics, carpentry and remolding. Funeral services for Seminole native Gregory Lynn Cheatham are scheduled for 1 p. Saturday at Little Cemetery Chapel. Cheatham, 50 of Oklahoma City, died Wednesday, Jan. He was born in Seminole on Oct. Graveside services for longtime Maud resident Garlin Lee Cheatwood are scheduled for 2 p.
Funeral services for former Seminole resident Virginia Faye Cherry are scheduled for 10 a. Interment is scheduled for 3 p. She was born in Cushing on Dec. She graduated from high school in Seminole and during her life she worked as a daycare cook and teacher and in department stores.
Virginia was a member of the Emmanuel Sunday school class. On June 27, she married Evan Cherry. Funeral services for Zona M. Chill of Sapulpa were held today at 2 p. Sandra and Terrell Copeland officiating. Chill, 93 died Sunday, Feb. Surviving are two sons, Cecil Hood of Seminole and J.
Hood of California; brother, Earl Morgan of California and four grandchildren. Funeral services for Seminole resident Jeffrey Scott Chisum were held at 2 p. Chisum, 21, died in an accident in Eufaula on Wednesday, Aug.
Chisum then attended Eufaula Public Schools through the 12 th grade. He recently moved to Seminole when his employer, Blue Wave Boats, transferred there. A memorial service will be announced at a later date for Sasakwa resident Gene Wilfred Choate. Choate, 79, died Tuesday, June 6, at a local nursing home.
He attended Luther, Spencer and Jones schools and worked in the construction business as a heavy equipment operator.
Funeral services for Wewoka resident Walter Christianson are scheduled for 2 p. Michael Vallandingham is to officiate the service. Christianson age 53, died Friday, Jan. A memorial service for retire businessman and civic leader, Robert W. Clausing died Monday, Aug. The death of Bob was announced by his wife, Jen Clausing. He had been in declining health for several years. Bob and Jen Clausing married July 6, , and the couple celebrated their 65 th anniversary this past July. He first joined the Lions Club in Brownville, Texas.
As an advocate for improvement and growth of Seminole for more than the 54 years that he resided her, he was active in numerous civic and business organizations beginning with the initial investments of monies by many Seminole citizens and businesses to bring Blue Bell now Wrangler to Seminole when it located its first plant in the old Gulf Oil camp along Harvey Road.
He, along with several other Seminole citizens, were instrumental in the relocation of Enviro-Systems to Seminole and the completion of city utilities for development of what is now Seminole Estates.
In addition, he was a longtime member of the Seminole Planning Commission. As one Seminole citizen described him, "he was a pusher for the good of Seminole. One of the biggest attainments in the mind of Bob Clausing was his induction as one of 12 original inductees in to the Seminole Hall of Fame. His parents, brothers John and Warren Clausing and one grandson, Scott Talkington preceded him in death. Bob is survived by his wife, Jen Clausing of the Seminole home; three children, W.
Clausing of San Francisco, Calif. Lane and Christine C. Lane both of Orchard Park, N. Talkington and Todd A. Talkington both of Virginia Beach, Va. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that any remembrances be made to Seminole Public Library. A memorial service has been set for Robert W. Family members said the service would be held 2: A service time has yet to be determined and interment is to follow at Resthaven Memorial Park, Shawnee. Claybrook was born Oct. She then moved to Shawnee, with her parents in She grew up and was educated in Shawnee, graduating from Shawnee High School in She and her husband Raymond Doyle met and married in Shawnee.
After completion of his military service in World War II, they settled in Wewoka where they raised their family of three girls. Graveside services for Wewoka native Wayne Lee Claybrook are scheduled for 2 p. Thursday at Oakwood Cemetery with Dr. He was of the Baptist faith and was a V. Services for former Wewoka resident Denny Merle Cleveland are scheduled for 2 p. Cleveland, 59, died Thursday in Shawnee. Before returning to Oklahoma, he resided in Denver, Colo.
Cleveland is also survived by many cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives, and friends. Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident Dorothy Jean Clough are scheduled for 2: Monday at Seminole Church of Christ.
Chris Stinnett is to officiate and interment is to follow service at Maple Grove Cemetery under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home. Clough, 79, passed away Thursday, Jan. She was a Seminole resident for over 43 years.
Surviving is her husband of the home; one son and daughter-in-law, Dennis and Jewell Clough of Garland, Texas; one daughter and son-in-law, Fredda and J. Honorary bearer is to be Melvin Moran. Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident Jerry Charles Clower are scheduled for 11 a. Wednesday at Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel. Roy Robertson is to officiate with arrangements being under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Seminole.
Clower, 61, died Monday, April 3, at his home. Clower and Norma Christine Meek Clower. He was retired from Parsons Well Service and as a rig operator in the oilfield. Clower was a member of the Baptist church. She graduated from Maysville High School in The family lived in Wewoka for several years where her father owned Western Auto. In the couple then moved to Frisco, Texas where she achieved success in the development of new communities and the sale of new homes. Funeral services for Konawa native Velma Mae Coates are scheduled for 10 a.
Friday at Bill Eisenhower Southeast Chapel. Interment is to follow at 2 p. Her parents, one brother: Alvie Davis, her first husband: Charles Clayton Lakey and her second husband: Coates preceded her in death.
A memorial service for Seminole resident Georgia Cole is scheduled for 2 p. Georgia Cole passed away Friday, Aug.
She was born on Sept. She worked in the health care industry as a caretaker; she also worked through the health department in elder care services.
She loved working with the elderly and children, During World War II she worked in the defense factories in California. Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident Mabel Collins are scheduled for Thursday at Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel. Mabel passed away on Monday, Oct. Funeral service for former Konawa resident Irene Columbus are scheduled for 2 p. Wake services are scheduled for Wednesday at 7 p. Columbus, 81, died Monday, Jan.
She married Leon Columbus and worked as a riveter at Tinker Field. Her parents; one son, Bobby Barnett; one daughter, Sharon Barnett; one brother; two sisters and one great-grandson preceded her in death.
Surviving are six sons, William Melton Jr. Graveside services with military honors are scheduled for longtime Seminole resident Joe David Compton 10 a. Compton was also an oilfield machinist who retired in from Wolfe Machine. He was a charter member of the Seminole Elks Lodge. Friday at Springs Baptist Church in Sasakwa. Wake services will be held tonight from 6 — 8 p. He married Nancy Harris on Dec. Survivors include his wife, Nancy of the home; son and daughter-in-law, David Conley Jr.
Funeral services for former longtime Konawa resident Arvell Byron "Pete" Conner are scheduled for 2 p. Monday at Swearingen Funeral Home, Konawa. Pastor Quinton Kay is to officiate the services. He was born June 28, in Steadman, Okla. Conner was a longtime member of the Freewill Baptist Church in Konawa where he served as deacon for many years. Carolyn was born on Jan. Funeral service will be 2 p. Funeral services for longtime Wewoka resident Howard Cook are scheduled for 10 a.
Jim Shaffer to officiate with Rev. Tommy Azlin to assist. Cook, age 93, passed away Sunday, March 26, at a local nursing home. He and Jimmie Ella Autry were married Sept. He was self-employed as Cook Trucking Company and after retiring from the trucking industry in , he raised cattle. Funeral services for James A. Cooper, son of Seminole resident Albert Cooper, are scheduled for 9 a. Burial will follow in Lakin Cemetery. Visitation has been scheduled for 10 a.
Tuesday at the funeral home. Cooper died Thursday, Dec. After his education, he lived in Michigan, Ohio and Oklahoma while mainly working as a restaurant manager. He moved to Garden City, Kans. After he became disabled, he began quilting, knitting and crocheting to keep his hands busy and to be productive. Survivors include his wife, Cheryl, of the home; one daughter, Chrystal L. Sims of Lakin; one son, James A. Memorials may be sent to the High Plains Retirement Village in care of the funeral home.
Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident, Lewis Franklin Cornelius, are scheduled for 11 a. Gary Green is to officiate with services under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home. Cornelius, 86, died Wednesday, Nov.
He was born on April 30, in Cogar, Okla. There he received a Purple Heart, bronze star for bravery and was decorated as a sharp shooter. Cornelius was discharged in He worked for Wilson and Company in Oklahoma City for 25 years and after that he retired from Tinker Air Force base, where he worked as a parts specialist.
His parent; one daughter, Peggy Neu Sept. Cortez died Saturday, May 6, after a lengthy illness. He loved music and could often be found singing with the band or performing karaoke at his favorite hangout. Cortez served his country from — in the United States Army as a private first class. Funeral services for Konawa resident Judith Irene Cosar are scheduled for 1: Wednesday at Cedar Creek Indian Baptist church.
George Harjochee and Rev. Judith passed away Saturday, Jan. Cosar will lie in state at the funeral home until 4 p. Cosar has worked as a sewing machine operator and was a homemaker. She was a member of Spring Baptist Church of Sasakwa. A celebration of life for Larry Joe Cossey has been scheduled for 2 p. Tuesday, at Stout-Phillips Funeral Home. Larry Joe Cossey, age 56 of Burns, Tenn.
Joe peacefully entered into rest after a long battle with cancer. He was born in Oklahoma City, but raised in Tribbey, Okla. He was a very supportive and gentle man that dedicated his life to his family, friends and the music industry. Joe was an accomplished musician and songwriter; his instrument of choice was the electric bass guitar. The past five years, he has been the bass guitarist for country music artist, Mel McDaniel. His music career began in Oklahoma as a band member and singer backing numerous country music artists.
In , Joe moved to Nashville to continue pursuing his career. He fulfilled a dream by playing on the Grand Ole Opry. The Grand Ole Opry made an incredible and unforgettable impact on Joe and his family for the support he received in his career and during his illness.
He is survived by wife, Malinda Cossey, Burns, Tenn. The family would like to thank the doctors and staff of Vanderbilt Oncology Dept. Funeral services for former longtime Wewoka resident Bertha Cotton are scheduled for 2 p. Father Matthew Brown will officiate. Cotton died Tuesday, July 4, in Pauls Valley at the age of Along with her husband, Bob, they owned and operated Quality Cleaners in Wewoka for more than 30 years.
Cotton was an excellent seamstress and she worked doing alterations in her home in Pauls Valley until Funeral services for Seminole resident Robert "Don" Cox are scheduled for 2 p. Thursday at the Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel.
Jimmy Moreland and J. Simpson are to officiate and interment is to follow at Maple Grove Cemetery in Seminole under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home. Cox, 74, died Tuesday, Feb. He was born on Dec. Don spent three years in the United States Army and was honorably discharged in He went to work in the oilfields and retired in as president of the Seminole Company, a prominent oilfield service company in Seminole for many years. During his employment he was blessed with precious friendships that brought him joy and endured through the years.
Don loved to fish, hunt and watch football. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend to many. His quick wit and sense of humor will long be remembered. In addition, one sister-in-law and two brothers-in-law, Carol and Reford Mills of Seminole and Dewey Pitts of Ringling; seven great-grandchildren and one great-great granddaughter, many nieces, nephew, friends and his church family survive him.
Willie Johnson and Charles Wrenn will be officiating. Burial and a graveside service will follow at 3: Monday at the Ryan Cemetery in Ryan, Okla. Graveside services for former Wewoka resident Helen Isabelle Cravens are scheduled for 11 a.
Friday at Oakwood Cemetery with Rev. Cravens passed away Monday, Aug. She was born in Morris, Okla. Funeral services for Rev. Crawford are scheduled for 2 p. Williams and Pastor Richard Gains will officiate the service. Larry graduated from Seminole High School in where he was an avid basketball player who made "Five Star Conference" player of the year in Crawford along with his wife, Sister Jeraldine Crawford, recently relocated and still pastored the church, now located at West Russell Street in Seminole, which now goes by "Galilee Baptist Temple of Praise and Deliverance".
Larry was soon to retire from Tinker Air Force Base where he has worked as a machinist for many years. Crawford leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Sister Jeraldine L. Crawford-Bassey of Oklahoma City. Casket bearers will be: Honorary bearers will be: Funeral services for Earlsboro resident Fay L. Hughes Crosby were held today at 2 p. Crosby, 71 passed away Friday, Feb.
She was born in Ray City, Okla. Fay was a graduate of Maud High School. Crosby at the Church of Christ in Shawnee. He preceded her n death on Sept. Fay was a member of the Earlsboro Booster Club, the Pott.
Her husband; a son, Joey Crosby in ; her parents and two brothers, Joe and ray Hughes preceded her in death. Cross 76, died Wednesday, Feb. She was a member of the Church of Christ and at the time of her death she was making her home in Yukon. He was born in Hollis, Oklahoma on Oct. Alfred made his profession of faith in Jesus at the age of eight. His family had a strong Baptist heritage with two of his uncles preaching for over years of combined service.
He received his diploma in after his World War II service. He will be remembered for his action at Okinawa. This battle lasted for 82 days beginning on April 1, After the surrender of Japan, he served in China during the occupation.
Curb received his honorable discharge with the rank of Corporal on May 6, After the service, he was a V. Together they have lived in Seminole for the past 41 years moving there from Del City, Okla.
He taught Sunday school classes. He served as the Church treasurer for many years. The Curbs also held church fellowships and prayer meetings in their home. Curb was active in the Strothers Athletic Booster Club and in later years supported Varnum basketball except when playing Strother. He enjoyed fishing, camping, family genealogy and loved to take pictures and videos.
Curb contributed to several historical museums in Lincoln, Love and Oklahoma Counties. In addition to supporting Twin Oak Baptist Church, he also supported mission work. Curb hoped, upon finding out about his terminal cancer last September, to live long enough to celebrate his 80 th birthday.
He was pleased that it was attended by 87 special people. Curb is survived by his wife of 54 years, Betty Jo Curb of the home; two sons and daughters-in-law, Russell L. Preceding him in death were his parents, P. The casket will be open until service time and will not be opened after. Services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home. A private cremation service has been scheduled for Seminole resident Terry Jay Dallas.
Dallas, 42, died Wednesday, Oct. Phyllis passed away Wednesday, June 21, in Shawnee at the age of Phyllis was affiliated with the Methodist Church. She was a loving mother and grandmother who will be missed very much by family and friends. Her parents; one daughter, Susan R. Richmond and brothers, Victor Duncan and Robert Duncan preceded her in death.
Graveside services for former Seminole area resident Ethel Mae Darnell are scheduled for 10 a. Thursday at Rossville Cemetery with Rev. The cemetery is located in Lincoln County.
Darnell, 93 of Bristow, died Sunday, Aug. Arrant and Ivy Beanthey Bridges Arrant. She lived in the Seminole area before moving to Shawnee, and later moved to Bristow. Her parents; one son, Helmuth Peace Jr. He will be greatly missed by all those who were blessed and fortunate enough to know him. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p. Funeral services for Seminole resident Alta Jewel Davis are scheduled for 10 a.
Alta passed away Sunday, Aug. She married Crawford Davis and was a homemaker. Funeral services for life long Seminole resident Jack Davis are scheduled for 2 p.
Jack passed away Saturday morning at Seminole Medical Center after a lengthily illness. Jack joined the Civilian Conservation Comp when he was 19 years old.
He worked a year driving heavy equipment building roads in Colorado. They spent three months there, he then was sent to Lincoln, Neb. He left for overseas duty in September of that year. Jack spent time in England then was sent to Iceland where he spent the remainder of his time there. He was discharged in December of and returned to Seminole to meet his wife who was coming in from California where she had been working as a welder in the Kaiser shipyard.
Jack went to work soon after for Canadian Valley Electric. He worked there 32 years ending up with the title of Right a Way Coordinator, during that time he also did Electrical work at nights and week ends. He owned and operated the business until his death. He was a loving husband and father, always playing with grandchildren.
In two weeks he would have had his first great grandson, Jaxson. Zach and his wife Amanda will be the parents of Jaxson Davis to be born in two weeks. He is preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Lydia Long of Modesto, Calif. Honorary Bearers will be Dr. Graveside services for longtime Seminole resident Mavis Harlene Davis were held today at Davis, 66, died Saturday, Aug.
She was born July 11, in Lane, Okla. She moved to Seminole 13 years ago from Santa Rosa, Calif. Graveside services for longtime Wewoka resident are scheduled for 1 p. Wednesday at Oakwood Cemetery with Rev.
Davis, 85, died Saturday, Aug. Graveside services for longtime Seminole resident Myrtle Ellen Davis are scheduled for Tuesday at Maple Grove Cemetery. Davis, 87, died Saturday, Aug. She was born June 17, in Desoto, Kan. She retired from Southwestern Bell following 30 years of service and then worked for seven years at the Wrangler plant in Seminole. Funeral services for longtime Wewoka resident Roger Daniel Davis are scheduled for 1 p.
Friday at Macedonia Baptist Church, Wewoka. Stephens Baptist Church is to officiate. Interment is to follow at Westwood Cemetery under the direction of Myers Mortuary. They moved to Wewoka and set up residency during his childhood. Funeral services for Sue Ann Davis are scheduled for 2 p. Wake services are scheduled for Friday from 8 p. Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City.
She was born on Oct. She was a dietary aid. Dawson, 81, died Monday, Sept. Funeral services for Holdenville native Eloise C. Harjo Dickenson are scheduled for 3 p. Arrangements are under the direction of Cole Funeral Home, W. Dickenson of Moody, Texas died Wednesday, Aug. She was born June 9, in Holdenville to Robert B.
Harjo who preceded her in death on March 10, Dickenson was employed as a seamstress for 15 years at Big Yank Factory in Wewoka. Survivors include son, Johnny Notah of Mesa, Ariz. Funeral services for former Seminole resident Earl Dill Jr. He was born in El Dorado, Kan. Dill serviced in the U. Air Force, and was later a member of the Texas Electronics Association for many years, serving as president of his local chapter.
Dill was preceded in death by his wife of 34 years, Rosalie Ann Northcott, and his daughter, Cydney Kay. Funeral services for longtime Maud resident Homer Dobbins are scheduled for 10 a. Homer Dobbins, 85, passed from this life Sunday, Sept.
He received and honorable discharge on Feb. He had attained the rank of storekeeper first class. He also received the Good Conduct medal and the Victory medal.
After his military service Dobbins worked over 30 years as a postal clerk at the Maud Post Office. He was also a member of the Maud Church of Christ. Graveside services for Wewoka native and former Cromwell resident, Johnny Leroy Dodson, were held today at 2 p. Dodson, 64, died Thursday, Oct. Dodson lived most of his life in Cromwell before moving to Checotah. For the past four years he has been living in Bearden. Graveside services for Wewoka native, Jesse "Bucky" Doolen, are scheduled for 2 p.
Friday at Vamoosa Cemetery with Rev. Doolen, 58 of Oklahoma City, died Tuesday, Oct. He was of the Baptist faith and worked as a heavy equipment truck driver in the oilfield. Funeral services for lifelong Seminole resident John Charles Driver are scheduled for Driver, 59, died Sunday, March 12, in his home.
Funeral services for Cromwell resident Doyle Doss Dryden are scheduled for 10 a. Doyle passed away Wednesday, Oct. He was born March 9, in Bromide, Okla. Doyle married Juanita Blevins on Oct. Funeral services for Cromwell resident Juanita Dryden are scheduled for 10 a. She attended school in Byers, Okla. A memorial service for former Seminole resident Opal Z.
Duffy has been scheduled for Graveside services will be held at Little Cemetery, Seminole County, at Duffy, 95 of Houston, died Monday, Aug. She moved to Seminole in where she met and married her husband of 50 years, John Veston Duffy. In she moved to Houston where she spent the rest of her life.
Surviving is her only daughter, Jo Ann Zumwalt, two granddaughters and five great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that contributions may be made to John Knox Presbyterian Church or any other charity of choice. A memorial service for longtime Seminole resident, Robert Lee Duncan is to be scheduled at a later date. Duncan, age 67 passed away Monday, Jan. Duncan served his country in the United States Army.
Surviving is his wife of 22 years, Flora Johnson Duncan, of the home; one daughter, Renee Mitchell of Atlanta, Texas; two grandchildren, Dustin and Justin; three stepchildren, Sheila, Jeff and Carolyn and many friends who will miss him very much.
Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident Loretta Long Dutton are scheduled for 10 a. A wake service has been scheduled from 7 — 8 p. Wednesday at Swearingen Funeral Chapel. Dutton, 65, died Monday, Jan. Funeral services for longtime Seminole resident, D. Bud passed from this life Sunday, June 18, at his home in Seminole at the age of He returned to Seminole 14 years ago after his retirement.
Bud was a deeply loved and treasured husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend who will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. In addition, six brothers, L.
Dyer, 62, died Friday, Oct. Maxwell, Loyd Maxwell and Chris Maxwell. He has lived in Seminole for the past eight years having moved from Las Vegas, Nev. Edgell was a teamster for 30 years in Las Vegas and retired in For the past four years he was self-employed with Beaver Express Trucking in the Shawnee area.
Hanan of Seminole and Carolyn D. Hulett was 86 years old when he died Monday evening at He had brief stays in Texas, Konawa and Wewoka, before making his home in Seminole. It was in Wewoka while working for Sinclair Services that Hulett wrote up his own draft paper for the Army. After returning from the Army, Hulett and Mary Jo located in Seminole where they have resided happily married for the past 65 years.
Hulett was professionally known in the community for his over 40 years of service in the banking industry at First State Bank of Seminole and at First National Bank in Prague.
He won a number of local and statewide tournaments and honors and in his later years served on the State Seniors Board of Directors. He was a fierce competitor on the golf course and was most proud of his ability to consistently "shoot his age" over the past 15 years and the fact that he shared the "family" record for the number of holes-in-one four with grandson Chris.
As an active member of First Baptist Church of Seminole, he loved his involvement with the many wonderful members of the "church family. Hulett Edgmon will be missed as an industry professional, community supporter, sports enthusiast, but most of all as a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and "special" friend to many. Graveside services for longtime Seminole resident Retha Vera Edmonds are scheduled for 10 a.
Saturday at Little Cemetery with Rev. She was born March 9, in Dora, Okla. Thomas Edmonds on Jan. She was a Seminole resident for 18 years moving here from Davis, Okla. Funeral services for lifelong Seminole resident Ginger L.
Edney are scheduled for 3 p. Edney, 60, died Monday, Dec. She was born July 25, in Buffalo, Okla. She was a clerk at J. Surviving are two sons, Daniel Edney Jr. Lelia Mae Edwards passed away, Tuesday, June 6, at the age of She was born May 19, in Rocky Ford, Okla. She moved to Seminole 34 years ago from Ponca City and was a sales clerk for Sharpes clothing store and was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Seminole.
A Rosary has been scheduled for 6 p. Eischeid, 78, died Friday, Dec. He was raised in the Konawa area and graduated from Konawa High school.
He later enlisted in the United States Air Force and was a fighter pilot during the Korean War, having received numerous medals. Eischeid attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and retired from the armed forces on Sept.
After retirement he worked cows on his ranch located outside Konawa. Smith crossed over to join his beloved companion who had preceded him to the grave only a few months previous. His death was not unexpected, as he had been lingering in the shadows for more than a week.
However, for the past two days he seemingly rallied, so much so, that his brother left Monday for is home in Illinois. He was contacted en route and immediately returned to Eagle Lake for funeral services.
Smith was born in Sheakleyville, Mercer County, Pa.. He was the son of the Rev. His father had preached 54 years in the Erle Methodist Conference. Smith was married to Miss Nanette Dauglade in St. Louis, Mo, August 13th, and he passed away on the 40th anniversary of his marriage.
With his wife, he came to Texas in , locating at Provident City, where they spent three years. They moved to Garwood, where they resided for 10 years conducting a dry goods business at that place.
They moved their business to Eagle Lake in , and, for 17 years he has been identified with the business interests of this city. He was a man of most retiring disposition, and possessed many admirable traits and had many friends who will be grieved at his passing.
He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Relda Wilson of Brookville, Pa. Karichr of Williamsport, Pa. Smith of Mattoon, Illinois. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Methodist Church with Rev. Special music was directed by Martin Hale and consisted of a ladies sextette.
Scores of friends visited the funeral home where the body rested until removed to the church. Fragrant flowers breathed their message of sympathy to the bereaved. At the time of his passing, Mr. Smith was 71 years, 1 month and 14 days old. All Business houses closed during the hour of the funeral services. Smith held his Shrine membership in Arabia Temple of Houston.
Casket bearers were W. Reed, Ernest Seaholm, S. Boothe, Helmer Seaholm, Emnanuel Roos and f. To those who held him near and dear, the Headlight extends tenderest sympathy.
A negro farmer named Jim Smith, while en route home Christmas day, fell from his wagon beneath the heels of his team, and was so badly kicked about the head by the frightened animals that he died from the effects of injuries received. Smith, a life-long resident of this section, died last Saturday evening at the family home near this place, after a brief Illness, although he had been in ill health for a number of years.
Spraker, Baptist minister of West Columbia, officiating in the presence of a large assemblage of mourning relatives and friends.
Smith was born Oct 14, , on the old home place twelve miles north of Weimar. In he was united in marriage to Miss Katie Stahl, to which union seven children were born, all of whom are living.
He is survived by his widow and children, as follows: Rosa Smith of Weimar, Mrs. Allen Altenburg and Mrs. Henry Havemann, all of Houston, also one sister, Mrs. Zelma Fahrenthold of this cIty.
Smith was a man genial personality, honest and straightforward in all dealings with his fellow-man, a devoted husband and father, and although afflicted for many years with partial blindness and ill health, bore up cheerfully until the very last.
His passing is deeply and sincerely regretted by a large circle of friends throughout this section. See article about Masonic burial services at the graves of several men, including Noah Bonds, who died during the yellow fever epidemic. Smith, for many years a resident of this section, but later of Wallis, died at Wootan Wells last Sunday afternoon, after an illness of several months of some kidney affection.
His remains were brought here for interment the following Tuesday morning. Smith was by profession a machinist, and a very fine one at that. He was married several years ago to Mrs. Brodina Loeder of this city, and she survives him. Being of quiet, unassuming disposition, only those who knew him intimately knew or realized what a kind, good man he was.
He was honorable, upright, a man of even, steady temperament, and the possessor of strong friends wherever known. We tender sincere sympathy to the bereaved widow in her affliction. Boyd and Eugenia Morrow Smith. He was a veteran of the U.
Funeral services were held Aug. Interment followed in Andrew's Chapel Cemetery in Hackberry. Serving as pallbearers were C.
Funeral services were held at Columbus Funeral home Sunday for L. Smith, brother of Mrs. Mamie Runk, who died in Veterans hospital at Houston July 26 at 9: He was 69 and had resided in Columbus for a number of years. Runk he is survived by another sister, Mrs. Florence Jones of Houston and a granddaughter , Mrs. Smith of Baytown, also several nieces and nephews. Among those from out of town here for the funeral were Mr. Dick Runk and family of Abbeville, La. Gus Runk and family of San Antonio, Mrs.
Jones of Houston, Mr. Claude Guillory of Lake Charles, La. Smith and Douglas Teague of Baytown and Mrs. Nettie Robbins and Mrs. Ada Sutton of El Campo. We sorrow with the bereaved parents in the loss of the tiny bud so recently committed to their care. It is sad to think that the laughing eyes, dimpled cheeks and dainty hands will nevermore respond to tender caresses, the precious little spirit never brighten the home or gladden the hearts of loving relatives.
Lindsey Lee Smith, son of Mr. Smith of the Osage community, died Tuesday at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, following an operation. The little fellow was one year and five months of age, and had undergone several previous operations which were successful. This being his final operation, everyone was looking forward to his homecoming, but our good Lord had prepared another home for him.
His death was indeed a shock to all, for it was so unexpected. The remains were brought overland and were laid to rest in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery at A very beautiful and touching sermon was offered by Rev.
Meyer, pastor of the Evangelical Church of this city. He leaves besides his parents, Mr. Smith of Houston, and grandparents, Mr. John Menke of Columbus. Those who accompanied the remains from Houston are as follows: Henry Havemann and daughter, Miss Dorothy, Mr. Allan Altenberg and daughters. Misses Maybelle and Hattie Lee. Died, in Waco, Monday night, little Lizzie, the infant daughter of Mr.
The little lifeless body was brought here Tuesday afternoon, conveyed to the residence of Mrs. Holloway, and interred in the Masonic cemetery Wednesday morning. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, June 11 with Rev. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Dulany Funeral Home.
Waddell and Anna C. She married Justin Smith in in Eagle Lake. Smith had retired from teaching school, a career she began at age For a brief time early in her life she worked for the Railroad in Lissie.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband in , two sisters, Winnie George and Johnnie Seaholm and one brother, Phil E. Survivors include sisters, Mamie Eggers of Richmond, formerly of Houston, Alice White of Houston and Florence Goodson of Eagle Lake, one niece, eight nephews and numerous great and great-great nieces and nephews and other relatives. She lived in Eagle Lake most of her life. David Mann and Rev. She is survived by daughters and son-in-law, Beulah Foster of Hempstead and Mary and Jimmy Meyers of Sweeny; sons and daughters-in-law: Smith w preceded in death by her parents; husband, Joe L.
Smith; children, Joe Jr. The remains of L. Smith were brought here from New Orleans last Monday, for re-interment. Smith died in New Orleans last December, and was first interred there, but the family decided to remove him here where his wife and parents are buried.
Only a few family friends met the remains as it was not generally known that they were coming. Smith's father, Judge Geo. Smith was at one time the wealthiest citizen of Colorado county and died here of yellow fever in the epidemic of He was for many years a Justices of the supreme court of Texas being an associate on the bench of Richard Coke, afterwards United States Senator.
Smith, wife of Mr. We tender our sincere sympathies to the bereaved husband, children and relatives. May the Great Comforter heal their broken hearts.
Hotchkiss of Columbus was over Sunday evening and conducted the funeral services of Mrs. Smith, which were very solemn and impressive. DIED, at her residence in this city, Thursday last, 14 inst. Smith, aged 48 years, of hemorrhage and inflammation of the bowels.
For the greater part of the time Mrs. She leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her demise. Little Margery Sophronia, infant daughter of Mr. Smith, died at Sugarland last Friday and her remains were committed to earth in the city cemetery in Columbus at 10 o'clock last Saturday morning. After a protracted illness, Mrs. Minnie Smith died at her home in Humble Wednesday. The remains were brought to Eagle Lake and the funeral services were held in the Christian church Thursday afternoon, Bro.
Oscar Ferrell, the Baptist minister, conducting same, with interment in the Masonic cemetery. Smith was formerly Miss Minnie Wilson of this county. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Smith, a little six-year-old son, two sisters, Mrs. Lola Smith and one brother, Watson Wilson, who have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement.
Eagle Lake, April 1. Vineyard was notified of the affair and repaired to the scene at once and arrested Bennett Polk, who is charged with the killing. No cause is assigned for the deed. Bennett Polk was taken to Columbus to jail at noon today. After an illness of several weeks, Mrs. Nancy Smith wife of Mr. Smith of the Borden community, died at the family residence Monday afternoon, aged 77 years.
Smith was a consistent christian lady, a member for many years of the Baptist faith, and known and loved by all her neighbors arid friends as a sweet, good, motherly lady, whose death is deeply and sincerely deplored. Smith had been a resident of Colorado county for over fifty years, residing for a long time in the vicinity of Borden. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Borden cemetery , Rev.
Buck, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating at the grave. Besides a devoted and heart-broken husband, Mrs. Smith leaves two children--Mrs. Simms of the Live Oak community and Mr. Insall, our efficient city marshall to all of whom the sympathy of the community goes out in their bereavement.
Eagle Lake, March The woman, it is reported, came to Eagle Lake and told other negroes of the killing and stated she was en route to Columbus to surrender to Sheriff Dick Bridge.
It appears that the negroes gave the woman ample time to reach Columbus before reporting the matter. Other than this nothing is known of the killing, which occurred some seven miles south of town. Bridge was notified by phone of the killing and immediately started for the scene of the difficulty, but shortly met the woman on her way to the jail unattended.
She admitted to the killing, claiming self-defense. The body of Mrs. Untermeyer Funeral home had charge of arrangements.
Smith, whose maiden name was Ollie Lorraine, was She was buried beside her son Arthur, who was drowned in Wooten lake, near Alleyton, in at the age of 11, while he was swimming with his 2 little sisters. Smith , who accompanied his wife here, was once railroad agent at Alleyton, where the family lived for many years. She was born Dec. She attended school in the Columbus area. She was a member of St. Smith in Columbus and was a devoted wife and homemaker. She began suffering the symptons of Alzheimer's disease several years ago, and resided at River Oaks Health Care Center in Columbus until she passed away.
Funeral services were held Oct. Eugene Thomas and the Rev. Interment followed at Willing Workers Cemetery in Columbus. Funeral services were Sunday, Aug. We regretted to hear of the accidental killing of our young friend Roger Smith, on last Saturday. The gun was in his own hands, when it was discharged, and he lived but a short time after its occurrence.
He was a good young man. The Cheapside correspondent of the Cuero Bulletin has the following to say of the death of Mrs. Smith, a former resident of Sublime: Smith leaves her husband and father to mourn her loss.
Her mother died at Osage, Tex. Dan Baker, took care of her until she was six years of age, and died at West Point, Texas, then Rosa was cast out into the world among strangers for about six years, when Mr. Weller took her into their home and cared for her as one of their own children until she was married the 25th of last November. Smith was a remarkably handsome woman and had a noble disposition, was a generous, constant friend, an affectionate daughter and devoted and loving wife.
Those who knew her best loved her most. She goes to join her mother, brother and sister who have long waited her coming on the shores of the bright hereafter. Martin Scneider, residing near the Holman far west of Weimar, died Friday and was buried the following morning at St.
Rosina Smith also died Friday near town and was buried Saturday afternoon in the same cemetery. Ruby Smith, year-old daughter of Eddie Smith of Weimar, died Saturday an hour after falling form a car fender and fracturing her skull.
As they approached the Roadside Market crossing on the old highway, the girl lost her balance and fell to the pavement head first. She never regained consciousness. The Cleveland girl fell also when the car stopped, but was not injured.
Funeral services were held Monday, July 5, with Rev. Survivors in addition to her father include a stepmother; three sisters, Lillian Taylor, Gloria and Dorothy Smith; and one brother, Eddie, Jr. DIED, at the residence of Mr. Smith was one of the few gifted beings who by sweetness of demeanor and gentle charms bear an open sesame to all hearts.
Tall and majestic in appearance, graceful in style, beautiful in person, and sympathetic in conversation, she won love and friendship as if by magic.
She was a native of Rusk co. Smith, of this city, and most happy were their marital relations. One little bud of love, a sweet baby boy, blessed them with his presence a few brief months and was transplanted to the garden on high, thus forming a link to draw her to the bright beyond.
All that could be done to smooth her pathway and arrest the progress of the grim messenger was promptly executed by her indulgent husband, her devoted sister and loving friends, prominent amoung whom were the mother and sister of Mr. Smith, who though but recently arrived in this city from Tennessee, knew no rest or relaxation while able to minister to her wants. The Citizen offers heartfelt condolences to the bereaved husband and relatives.
May their via doloroso be brightened by the Lamp of Eternal Love. Little Shelly, the 8-year-old son of Mr. Smith, died Tuesday afternoon of meningitis. Hopes for days and days were entertained for his recovery, but skilled treatment and excellent nursing failed to bring the expected relief. He was a bright little boy, endeared to all with whom he came in contact, and his loss so soon after his father, fills to the brim the cup of sorrow of the devoted mother.
The remains of the little one were buried yesterday morning in the city cemetery. After a lingering illness of many days and weeks, the poor, tired spirit of Mrs.
Susanne Smith, beloved wife of W. Smith of this community, answered the summons of her Creator Wednesday of last week at Eagle Lake, to which point Mr. Smith had recently moved. Eidson, local Baptist pastor. Susanne Smith was born in Ray county, Tennessee, June 3, She was united in marriage to W. Smith in Tennessee in The family came to Texas in , first settling near Waco. They afterward moved to the vicinity of Weimar, locating here in , and have resided in this vicinity practically ever since.
Smith joined the Baptist church when a girl of 15 years, and lived a consistent christian life up to the time of her death, having been a member of said faith for a period of over fifty years. She died in Eagle Lake March She was the mother of seven children.
Four are dead and three living. Smith was an exceptionally kind-hearted, good woman. Wherever she lived she possessed the esteem of all who knew her. A devoted wife and mother, she was idolized by the family. As a neighbor and friend, she was exceptionally good and true, and it was ever a pleasure to do for those about her, especially in sickness and distress.
Her death is deeply and sincerely deplored by all. To the heart-broken husband, children and grandchildren, the sincere sympathy of the Mercury is extended. Funeral services for Mrs. Smith died at 5: Born at Osage, a few miles northeast of here, she was the daughter of Tom and Melissa Grace, who were among the first Weimar settlers.
She was married in at Del Rio to William G. Smith, a soil surveyor for the U. When he retired, they made their home in Duluth, Minnesota.
Smith died in , and in Mrs. Smith and her sister, Miss Kate Grace, moved to Weimar. Survivors are two sisters, Miss Kate Grace and Mrs. Bartosh, both of Weimar, and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers for the funeral were Ben Holt, G. Smith was riding in a car driven by her daughter, Mrs. Drescher suffered a broken pelvic bone and other injuries and is in Laughlin hospital. Her husband is the son of Mr.
Tuesday Barta was charged in county court here with negligent homicide in connection with the accident and Mrs. The complaint states that he was traveling at 45 miles per hour in an Eagle Lake residential district at the time of the collision and that 30 MPH was the legal limit. Smith were held at 3 p. She was buried in Lakeview[sic] cemetery. Survivors include her husband, John Smith, 3 daughters, Mrs.
We are sorry to announce the death of Thos. Smith, at his residence near Weimar, last Sunday. He was 55 years of age at the time of his death. He was a good and valuable citizen, and he leaves quite a number of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
He was buried in the Masonic grave yard. Tommy Smith, age 48, of East Bernard, passed away Wednesday, November 19 at his residence following a lengthy illness. Arrangements were under the direction of Dulany Funeral Home.
Smith of sic born January. He was employed with the Crescent Chemical Corp. Tommy had lived in East Bernard for the past five years.
He will be best remembered for his devotion to his beautiful children. He was preceded in death by his father, Joe Smith, Sr. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. A little child of Mr. James Smith died very suddenly one day last week. They have our sincere sympathy in their distress. Thus one by one our loved ones go to that city of the dead. Death has invaded the home of Mr. Smith and taken away their infant. The parents have the warmest sympathy of the community in this sad bereavement.
Smith died in Weimar Tuesday night of last week, after a long illness. Smith used to live here many years ago.
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