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Mostly obits Jan-June 1941 Tishomingo paper
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The Tishomingo Capital-Democrat
Tishomingo, Oklahoma

Thursday, January 9, 1941

Dan Savage
DAN SAVAGE, age 32, died in an Oklahoma City hospital Sunday. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon with Rev. FRED STUMPS officiating and burial was in the Condon Grove cemetery, directed by Chapman funeral home. Mr. Savage, resident of Milburn, had been considered in serious condition only since last Thursday afternoon. Influenza was given as cause of death. Survivors include his wife and six year old daughter.

G. N. Holloway
Funeral services for G. N. HOLLOWAY, Mannsville grocer, were held at the Mannsville Baptist church Wednesday afternoon with Rev. STROUD WATTERSON officiating. Mr. Holloway died in a Durant hospital Monday night. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. MAUDE HOLLOWAY; two sons, J. L. HOLLOWAY of Ardmore and HUBERT HOLLOWAY of Oklahoma City; a brother and sister in Ladonia, Texas, and two grandchildren.

Obituary
RICHARD GORDON CALDWELL
Richard Gordon Caldwell was born at Knoxville, Tennessee, May 12, 1867. He was married Aug. 3, 1888 to LOSSON A. SKAGGS. To this union eight children were born, five of whom survive. In 1900 he came to Oklahoma and has resided here since that time. His wife died March 21, 1907. He married May 12, 1917 to Mrs. LILLIE CHANEY MORRIS, who died October 23, 1920. One child survives this union. He was a resident of the Milburn and Tishomingo communities for many years and attended the Methodist church. He died Dec. 29, 1940 and funeral services were held at Condon Grove cemetery with Rev. ELLIS of Emet officiating. Pallbearers: R. J. COX, L. B. GOODMAN, JOHN NICHOLAS, BENNIE NICHOLAS, CHARLIE MOORE, and T. W. RUSHING. Survivors include his wife Mrs. IDA CALDWELL and the following children, EFFA BROWNLEE of Tishomingo, MINNIE SHAW of Herrington, Kansas, VIO TIMMONS of Bennington, S. S. CALDWELL of Milburn, R. R. CALDWELL of El Paso, Texas, ELBERTA RUSHING of Tishomingo; three sisters, Mrs. MAGGIE INGRAM of Fort Scot, Kan., Mrs. MINNIE RICE of Liberal, Missouri, and Mrs. NOLIE NELSON of Pittsburg, Kan.; two brothers, CHARLES CALDWELL of Arcadia, Kan., and TOM CALDWELL of Lansing, Michigan; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

MARION LEE NORTON
Funeral services for MARION LEE NORTON, age 72, pioneer rancher, were held at the Norton cemetery north of Mannsville Sunday. Mr. Norton died Saturday of pneumonia, first recorded death of pneumonia this year. Death came at his home at Ravia. He came to the Chickasaw Nation in 1877. He has lived in what is now Johnston County since 1881. Survivors include his wife, EMMA JANE NORTON; three sons, LUTEHR NORTON of Ellensburg, Wash., ARTHUR NORTON of Mill Creek and JACK NORTON of Lawton; three daughters, LUDIE GRANTHON of Tulia, Texas, MYRTLE FISHER of Eunice, Louisiana and ADA BURK of Garden City, Kansas; and one brother S. A. NORTON of Mannsville. Burial was at the Norton cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

FRED CHAPMAN, Johnston County farmer and rancher, is in treatment at an Oklahoma City hospital for wreck injuries received Saturday. Both Chapman’s legs were broken when the pick-up in which he was riding plunged into a ditch near Plainview as he and another were returning from Atoka.

Marriage Licenses
RUAL ROBERTSON and Miss EVA MAE WILLIAM both of Milburn.
HERSHELL JONES of Ada and Miss BILLIE ISENBURG of Coleman.
ROY BEARDEN of Madill and Mrs. LUCILLE BEARDEN of Kingston.
ZEB COLBERT of Ada Star Route, and Miss FLORA WILLIAMSON of Ada Route 3.
OTTMAN TRIPLETT of Mannsville and Miss JUANITA COLGER of Ravia Route 1.

Mr. and Mrs. JACK TODD of Picher moved to Los Angeles, California, according to Mrs. Todd’s mother Mrs. HUGH HUTCHENS.

Wapanucka News by WALTER DUNN
Deaths
Mrs. LUCY ELLEN GUNN
Mrs. Lucy Ellen Gunn, age 78, died after a short illness in her home here Jan. 10. She was born in Jackson County, Mississippi, Aug. 21, 1862 and lived in Wapanucka a long time. She is survived by a son R. L. GUNN of Sudan, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. ELLEN AKRIDGE of Bigslow, Arkansas, and Mrs. R. L. STATTON of this place, and some grandchildren. Services were held at the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon, conducted by the pastor, Rev. SHED. Burial in Wells Valley cemetery with pallbearers: RAY FRENCH, M. D. FAULKENBERRY, C. A. MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM SULLIVAN, C. H. CHAMBERS, and T. E. MCDONALD. Keith and Son funeral home of Wapanucka was in charge of arrangements.
JAMES ALBERT WILLIAMS
JAMES ALBERT WILLIAMS died at his home near Hardwood Jan. 6, after two years illness, age 61. He was born in Texas, March 17, 1879, and came to this country years ago, engaged in farming until a few years ago, retiring on account of his health. He is survived by his wife, three sons, and a daughter. Services were held Jan. 7, with burial in Ward Chapel cemetery directed by Keith & Son funeral home.
WILLIAM P. SEAY
WILLAM P. SEAY, a farmer residing in the Wilson community for years, died at his home, Jan. 5. He is survived by some children and grandchildren. Mr. Seay was 80 years old, born in Missouri, Sept. 18, 1860. Burial was at Hatfield, Arkansas, Jan. 6, arranged by Keith & Son.
W. A. GRIGGS
W. A. GRIGGS, living near Coleman, died at his home Jan. 7. He was born at Boggy Depot, Dec. 18, 1882, and engaged in farming all of his life. Services were held Jan. 9 by Rev. HUMPSTEAD with burial in Coleman cemetery arranged by Keith & Son funeral home.

Card of thanks from the family of Mrs. Lucy Ellen Gunn. Signed by Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT L. GUNN of Sudan, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. LOU AKRIDGE of Bigslow, Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. STRATTON of Wapanucka, EDGAR JACKMAN of Wapanucka.

Thursday, January 30, 1941

Child Killed in Accident
Officers Say Truck Drive Not to Blame
Little WANDA HOLLAND, age 8, was killed Tuesday morning when she ran in front of a gravel truck driven by G. E. SMITH of 1005 West Main, Ada. Both the county attorney’s office and officers described the accident as unavoidable. Officers said investigation revealed that the child ran from between cars parked near the front of CLYDE WRIGHT’S Shoe Shop here. She raced into the street, looking back. Smith’s tire tracks revealed he attempted to stop and swerve. … the child was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WALTER HOLLAND here, one of four children. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Chapman funeral home chapel with Rev. W. O. FELTS officiating. Burial was in the Tishomingo cemetery. .. Clyde Wright was the first on the scene of the accident.

McGeehees Celebrate 40th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN K. MCGEEHEE / MCGEHEE celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at their Ravia home Monday. The occasion was also the birthday of their son, ELSIE/ELZIE MCGEEHEE. A dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. ORVILLE MCGEEHEE and children, WENDELL BRUCE, and VIRGINIA, Mr. and Mrs. ELSIE/ELZIE MCGEEHEE/MCGEHEE and the honorees. At the dinner Mr. McGeehee related how he sent to Ardmore for their marriage license 40 years ago because it was territorial days and it could not be bought here. Of their marriage were born nine boys. Three of the five living are in the U. S. Navy. The first to join was LAWRENCE MCGEEHEE in 1924. A few years later ERNEST MCGEEHEE joined then BRUCE MCGEEHEE, youngest of the boys, joined in 1940. Only two sons, their wives and two grandchildren were present at the celebration.

Two Charges Filed on JOHN H. BEAN
Dual charges of assault with intent to kill and driving a car while drunk were filed against JOHN HENRY BEAN here last week. Bean is one of two youths originally held in connection with the beating of city marshal DEE SMITH of Ravia. FELL MAYS, who was charged in connection with the same offense, was sent to McAlester last week to begin a 40 year sentence.

Thursday, February 6, 1941

Wapanucka News by Walter Dunn
The Wapanucka Juniors will present a play. Actors: LOUIS STAMPS, CHARLES PREWITT, WANDA CHAMBERS, FLOYS LEUTKAHANS, LEON BROWN, AUDREY COLLIER, BETTY HAMMER, MARGUERITE CARTWRIGHT, BAYNE STRATTON, BERNICE RODDAM, and WINSTON COMBS.
Death
JAMES MONROE KIRBY
JAMES MONROE KIRBY died at the home of his son, LIGE KIRBY, north of Clarita Jan. 28. He was born in Whitfield, Georgia, 84 years ago, and resided in this country for years. Mr. Kirby is survived by his wife, DORA KIBRY; two sons, three daughters, and some grandchildren. Services were held by the pastor of the Church of Christ at the grave in Wilson cemetery arranged by Keith & Son funeral home of Wapanucka.
Death
Mrs. Goff
NANCY BELL, wife of P. W. GOFF, died at her home in Clarita, Saturday, Feb. 1. She was 75 years old, born in Georgia, Nov. 12, 1863. She is survived by her husband, two sons, and two daughters. Services were held at the Methodist Church in Clarita Sunday afternoon with Rev. PETER TAYLOR officiating. Burial in the Moore cemetery arranged by Keith & Son funeral home of Wapanucka.

Reagan
Mr. and Mrs. Cox visited Mrs. Banta.
MILLIE and ANNA MAE CARAWAY visited Mrs. BANTA.
VERA PERKINS visited WANZALEE MOORE.
Mrs. J. F. HINCHLEY and daughter visited the ED GOLIGHTLY family.
Mr. and Mrs. ELVIE TOLBERT and family visited the CHARLES TOLBERT family.
Mr. and Mrs. OLIVER CORNELIUS and JO ANN and CHARLINE visited Mr. and Mrs. WARD SCOTT and son R. W.
Mr. and Mrs. MAXWELL and family visited the WARD SCOTT family.
Mr. and Mrs. PAUL BROGDEN and son Paul Phillip visited the WARD SCOTT family.
The J. W. CLARK family visited the GEORGE CLARK family.
BETTY FRANCES and JEAN CLIFTON visited MAXIE and PATSY RUTH BEAUFORD.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Scott visited the CLYDE ROSS family.
CHARLES BANTA visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. BANTA.
MARY FRANCES ROFF visited LEO TEAFATILLER.
Mr. and Mrs. WIGGINGTON visited the EUEL MOORE home.

Thursday, February 13, 1941

Enterprise
Mrs. ADDIE WHITTLE visited her son and family at Milburn.
Mrs. JUANITA CALLEN and daughter JOY JEAN visited Mrs. EDITH CALLEN at Fillmore.
The CHESTER HAIR family of near Mead were dinner guests of the HAMBLE HURT family.
LEE HURT of Fillmore visited here.
Miss ORELIA CALLEN of Fillmore attended the singing here.
LEONARD CHANEY visited his cousin L. G. CHANEY.
Miss JUANITA WALTERS visited Miss DREDA ARLEDGE.
The TOM BROWNLEE family visited the L. E. CALLEN family.
The CALVIN MAXWELL family visited the MACK FILLMORE family.

Plainview
Rev. JOHN L. SMITH of Hardwood had charge of the church Sunday.
Mrs. EPPE CRAGER and children of Sunshine visited her sister Mrs. W.A. SWAIN.
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN L. SMITH of Hardwood were guest of the ALBERT WHITE family.
LUCY ALLISON and GEORGIA LEE TURNER of Ada visited their parents here.
Mrs. JOHN L. SMITH was surprised with a bridal shower here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. CARLTON and family visited the A. S. TURNER family.
Miss LOLA CARLTON of Ardmore visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. CARLTON.
The Farm Women’s Club met at the home of Mrs. A. S. TURNER.
The B.V.P.T.C. members met Sunday night and elected officers: president CLYDE COMBS; vice-pres. Mr. MCDONALD, secretary-treasurer GLADYS MUNCRIEF, and group leaders, WINSTON COMBS and ODETHEL SWAIN.
The EARL MCDONALD family visited the RED GRIFFIN family.

Wapanucka News by Walter Dunn
R. R. ADDY, J. GARD DUNCAN and O. O. DAVIS attended the Masonic Grand Lodge at Enid.
RUSSELL BROWN purchased the RAY HILBURN resident and is having improvements made.
Early Monday morning, fire was discovered in the home of A. J. WODO Sr., originated in the brick flue inside the house. Prompt arrival of neighbors and the fire department quickly extinguished the blaze.
MILES FAULKENBERRY, manger of the Power & Light Co. here, was in Atoka Monday to attend the funeral of a company employee.
BEN F. PAYNE had business at Tishomingo.
WALTER JONES and little daughter of Coleman shopped here.
QUINTON MONTGOMERY left for Brownwood, Texas, where he accepted a position with the city.
Sisters Meet for First Time in Ten Years
Mrs. MARSHALL of Illinois and Mrs. HASTINGS of Sweetwater, Texas, sisters, formerly WANDA and THEDA CLEDERS of Wapanucka, a short time ago arranged to visit their grandmother, Mrs. WAIN of Clarita. It just happened this was the first time in ten years since they met.
MOLLIE WOOD let a contract for a rent house to be built on her property east of her home.


Mrs. Henry Cole
Funeral services for Mrs. HENRY COLE, formerly of Mannsville, were held Sunday afternoon in Ardmore. Mrs. Cole died suddenly Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. EUGENE MCLAIN of Ardmore. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. McLain, three brothers, H. E. WILBORN of Bartlesville, A. W. WILBORN of Mannsville, and J. I. WILBORN of Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Cole was born in Marion, Ky, and in March would have been 69 years of age. She came to Mannsville with Mr. Cole in 1903.

J. A. Mitchell
Funeral services for J. A. MITCHELL, pioneer Johnston County farmer, were held at the Chapman funeral home chapel Saturday with Rev. L. E. SHACKELFORD officiating. Mr. Mitchell died of a stomach disorder in Ardmore Friday. He had been in declining health for two years. Formerly a resident of Ravia, he had lived on the highway between Tishomingo and Ravia recently. Survivors include his wife, a son BOYE MITCHELL of Seminole; three daughters, Mrs. EMMA NORTON of Houston, Texas, Mrs. WILLIE PHILLIPS of Shawnee (third daughter not named). Burial was in the Tishomingo cemetery.

Thursday, February 27, 1941

T. W. Worley
T. W. WORLEY, Johnston County pioneer, died at his home in Bromide, Feb. 19, after a short illness. Mr. Worley was born in Georgia, Jan. 27, 1862, and was 79 years old at time of death. He was married in Texas on Aug. 19, 1886 to ALICE MELISSA BUTLER, who preceded him death on Nov. 26, 1940. He is survived by eight children, Mrs. OLLIE MCINTOSH and BURLEY WORLEY of Bromide; Mrs. BESSIE COLLIER of Roswell, N. M., Mrs. ROSA BROWN of Plainview, Texas, Mrs. SALLIE HILL of Santa Anna, Texas, Mrs. BELL WILSON of Cumby, Texas, and Mrs. CORA VAUGHN of Altus (no eighth child named); 37 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. In 1896, Mr. and Mrs. Worley moved to Indian Territory, coming to what is now Johnston County in 1900. Since 1911, they made their home in Bromide. Services were conducted by Rev. J. R. CARTWRIGHT of Wapanucka in the Connerville church on Friday. Burial at the Connerville cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

Charles E. Merrill
CHARLES ELMER MERRILL, age 80, former Tishomingo city trustee, died at his home in Ada, Monday, after a few weeks illness. Formerly a resident of both Tishomingo and Ravia, Mr. Merrill had lived in Ada for some time. Funeral services were held at the chapel of an Ada funeral home Wednesday with Rev. M. EPPERSON and Rev. W. L. BLACKBURN officiating. Burial in the Rosedale cemetery at Ada had Masonic rites.

First Wife Files Bigamy Charges
J. H. HOLT of Ravia was charged with bigamy on the complaint of his former wife, Mrs. GLADYS HOLT, charges made in Madill. Holt, from whom Mrs. Holt obtained a divorce in November before district judge J. I. Goins at Tishomingo, re-married before the six-month period expired, Mrs. Holt said.

Draft Quota
Nine men of draft age have been mailed notices of selection for the March 11 call her. Meanwhile, five Negro volunteers are waiting the first call for Negro selectees. Six of the nine white men are volunteers: JESSE LEON GRADE of Ravia, WELSEY CHARLES RUTH of Tishomingo, ALFRED REED WILLARD of Milburn; DAVID ALBERT SEAWRIGHT of Ravia, JOHNNIE LEE PAYNE of Tishomingo, and ROBERT LEE UNDERWOOD of Tishomingo. The three selected for service: LEM ALEX of Ravia; VERNON IRVIN TURNER of Ravia and FRANK PAYNE of Tishomingo. All of the Negroes who volunteered: PATARA TUCKER, AUSTIN ARNOLD, JAMES C. WEST, SAMUEL LOVE and ABE CHARLES MAYFIELD.

Thursday, March 6, 1941

Mrs. Francis
Funeral services for Mrs. LEE FRANCIS, age 47, who died Sunday morning at her home here, were held Tuesday at the Church of the Nazarene. Rev. W. O. FELTS officiating, assisted by Rev. L. E. SHACKELFORD. Most Tishomingo businesses closed in tribute. Mrs. Francis had been ill of stomach cancer about nine months. Immediate survivors include her husband; three sons CHAUCER, FABER and JAMES FRANCIS; daughter Miss MARIAN PEARL FRANCIS, two sisters and a brother. Burial in the Tishomingo cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

JAMES W. CARGILL
Final tribute for Rev. JAMES W. CARGILL, age 36, member of a pioneer Johnston County family, was paid at Stonewall Monday afternoon with Rev. EMET KIMBROUGH of Tishomingo officiating. Rev. CARTER, district superintendent of the Church of the Nazarine, assisted. Death came at an Oklahoma City hospital Saturday afternoon after a long illness of a brain tumor. Mr. Cargill, who had been pastor of the Stonewall Church of the Nazarine, is a brother of PORTER, LLOYD and JESS CARGILL and Mrs. BERT CONVERSE, all of Johnston County. Burial at Roff arranged by Chapman funeral home.

WILLIAM S. ATTEBERRY
Last tribute for WILLIAM S. ATTEBERRY, pioneer Johnston County citizen, was paid Tuesday at Bullet Prairie with Rev. OFFSETTER officiating. Mr. Atteberry died in an Ardmore hospital Monday, almost 65 years old. Survivors include his wife, BERTA; three sons, WILLIS ATTEBERRY of Broken Bow, JESSE ATTEBERRY of Clinton and THOMAS ATTEBERRY of Osawatomie(?), Kansas; two daughters, Mrs. ESTHER DEPAROZIE and Mrs. ALTA TEVALITACHOR both of California and nine grandchildren. Burial was at the Bullet Prairie cemetery.

Thursday, March 13, 1941

Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. DANIELS MORAN of Coleman celebrated their golden wedding celebration Sunday. Dinner was served to: Rev. J. R. CARTWRIGHT, MARGUERITE and DEWEY CARTWRIGHT and JACK OWENS of Wapanucka; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. MORAN and children, RAY, PAT, and CORNELIA; Mrs. E. B. MORAN and children NORMAN D., ALLEN and MELTON; JUANITA MORAN, Mrs. DOLLIS DEREBERRY and LA RUE JACKSON, all of Coleman. Rev. Cartwright was dinner speaker…. Mr. Moran was born in Alabama-to, La Fayette(??misprint??) County, Texas, Nov. 18, 1860. He came to Indian Territory with his parents by ox-team 66 years ago and became a rancher. He quit ranching and became a business man, later first postmaster of Ego, now Coleman. .. Mrs. Moran was Miss WILLIE AGNES MELTON of Texas, born Jan. 16, 1874, and came to Indian Territory when a year old. She lived in Emet and Milburn until her marriage to Mr. Moran in 1891. The couple have three children and ten grandchildren.

Thursday, March 20, 1941

Child Falls in Tub of Hot Water Dies
An accidental backward fall into a tub of scalding water proved fatal for 3 year old LEONARD DEAN HAUGHT Tuesday night. The child, son of Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR HAUGHT of Washita Farms, was taken to a hospital in critical condition, about a third of his body scalded badly. He died at 11:00 Tuesday night. Funeral services were held from the Chapman chapel Wednesday afternoon with Rev. L. E. SHACKELFORD officiating. Survivors include his parents, a sister DE LOIS JANE HAUGHT; brother ARTHUR HAUGHT Jr.; and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. D. P. QUINTON. Burial was in the city cemetery.

JESS HOLT was acquitted of desertion charges at the preliminary hearing in the justice court of J. O. ROBERTSON. Robertson held evidence was insufficient to hold him on a complaint by his wife, Mrs. GLADYS HOLT, that he had abandoned two daughters.

Year Old Child has Oodles of Ancestors, All Living
He had nothing to do with it and he is too young to brag about it, but VIRGIL LLOYD CHAMBERS, youngest of five living generations, has a record all his own… The ten months old son of Mr. and Mrs. NICK CHAMBERS of Connerville had 13 living grandparents at the time of his birth last June 28. Until the age of six months, Virgil had eight living grandmothers, two living great-grandfathers, two grandfathers and three step-grandparents. His youngest grandmother is Mrs. AMOS GILBREATH of Colbert, was only 81 years, 10 months and 7 days old when Virgil as born, according to Red River Record Colbert newspaper. … Great-great-grandmothers, Mrs. L. M. WILKERSON, of Connerville, and Mrs. FANNIE CHESTER of Milburn; great-grandmothers, Mrs. BILL SHAW of Colbert, Mrs. SUSIE MARTIN of Connerville and Mrs. AMOS GILBREATH--that’s on his mother’s side. On his father’s side; there are two, Mrs. AMANDA CHAMBERS of Pontotoc and great-grandmother MARTIN who died in California Dec. 22, 1940. For grandfathers, there is Dr. J. E. WILKERSON of Connerville and HUBERT CHESTER of Tulia, Texas, who are great-grandfathers; grandfathers are VIRGIL CHAMBERS of Pontotoc and NOLAN MARTIN of Connerville. Then there are three step-grandparents…

Mrs. JOE CLARK was called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. R. N. HOLLAND in Wilburton Monday. Mrs. Holland, grandmother of JODIE CLARK, has been ill for some time.

Mr. and Mrs. JOHN WHITELY and family visited Mrs. Whitely’s parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. WATKINS of Rogers, Arkansas.

Mrs. M. Lightfoot
Mrs. MARY LIGHTFOOT, mother of DEE LIGHTFOOT and wife of the late ALEXANDER GORDON LIGHTFOOT, died of pneumonia Tuesday morning, age 80, in ill heath for years. Until the death of her late husband in 1928, she was a resident of the Bee community. She lived with her son Dee for the last three years. Services were held at the Chapman chapel Wednesday with Rev. FRED STUMPP officiating. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. B. B. JONES of Mertines(?), Texas; three sons, DEE LIGHTFOOT of Tishomingo, PAUL LIGHTFOOT of Mertines, Texas, and JOHN LIGHTFOOT of Irene, Texas; and three grandchildren. Escorts: QUINTON NORRIS, JOE BREWER, ALLEN BELL, BOLEY GRISHAM, JUDE ROBERTSON and MARTIN HENDRIX. Burial was in a Durant cemetery.

Marriage Licenses
GARNER MORRIS of Fittstown and Miss MABEL NABORS of Stonewall.
FLOYD TERRELL WINTON of Ada Star Route and Miss DELILAH COLLINS of Pontotoc.
ABE B. ROFF of Reagan and Miss JANIE TRIPP of Mill Creek.
OLEN MCCASLAND of Madill Route 2 and Miss MELBA HAMLIN of Madill.
R. L. TROTTER and Mrs. LEELLA WILSON both of Connerville.
HARRY WARD of Hardin City and Mrs. KATHERINE MYRTLE BARR of Stonewall.
BRYAN S. JARED of Ada and Miss MARY MARGARET ALEXANDER of Tishomingo.
MILTON MONROE BLACKWELL of Simpson and Miss IVA MAE THOMPSON of Ardmore.
REX B. CRUSE and Miss MARY ELLEN SIM both of Devers, Texas.

Thursday, March 20, 1941

HENRY HERBIG
HENRY F. HERBIG, station agent at Milburn for 30 years before the Rock Island RR removed their tracks three years ago, died in a Durant hospital Saturday. Funeral services for the 80 year old Johnston County pioneer were held at the Methodist church at Milburn Tuesday with Rev. MARTIN officiating. Death came from a kidney condition. Mr. Herbig was a native of Shreveport, La., but had made his home with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. GARDNER at Milburn for the last few years. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. W. H. WILHOITE of New Orleans and several nieces and nephews. Burial was in the Condon Grove cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

Mrs. Futch
Final tribute for Mrs. WILLIS FUTCH, age 36, was paid at the Church of the Nazarene Sunday afternoon with Rev. W. O. FELTS officiating. Mrs. Futch died in an Oklahoma City hospital of septicemia Saturday, ill about a month. She was a resident of Tishomingo but lived at Mobeetie, Texas until recently. Burial was at the Ravia cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

DAN MCCARTY, local café proprietor who was operated for a critical intestinal disorder Sunday afternoon, was reported slightly improved.

Thursday, March 27, 1941

Reid Dies in Arizona Car Wreck
Final tribute for HOMER K. REID, who was killed in a car accident Friday night near Superior, Arizona, were held from the Church of the Nazarene here Tuesday. Rev. F. O. FELTS officiated, assisted by Rev. L. E. SHACKELFORD and JOHN J. STOBAUGH. Reid was 49 years old. He was born in Marcelline, Missouri, on March 12, 1892, and came to Tishomingo in 1907. He worked as a grocery clerk until 1915 when he went into business with R. B. CAMPBELL as partner. He enlisted in the U. S. Army on May 27, 1918 and sailed for France on July 17, 1918. Serving in Co. H 143rd Infantry, 36th Division, he was wounded in an engagement on the Champaigne front on Oct. 9, 1918. In the demobilization, he returned to the U. S. and honorably discharged at Camp Pike, Ark., March 28, 1919. Survivors include his father, E. B. REID of Tishomingo; three sisters, MINNIE BURTON and IDA HUTCHENS both of Tishomingo and Mrs. LULA TALLEY of Sulphur; one brother, ELMER B. REID of Dallas; six nephews, REID and HOMER HUTCHENS of Tishomingo, LON L. BURTON of San Bernardino, Calif., JACK REID of Dallas; RAYMOND REID of Fort Worth, and DAN WHITAKER of San Diego, Calif.; and three nieces, Mrs. BILL KARALAS of San Diego, California, Mrs. LORAINE MUHLENBURCH of San Diego, and Mrs. DOUGLAS TROTTER of Tishomingo. Burial was in the city cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

Wapanucka News by Walter Dunn
Mrs. LLOYD REAM
Mrs. LLOYD REAM, after a couple months of illness, died in the home of her parents in Wewoka, Monday, March 24. She was born near Wapanucka, July 22, 1911. After graduating from high school here, she attended college at Ada. When she was a young girl, she united with the Baptist church. On Sept. 11, 1931, she married LLOYD REAM of this place. To the union one son was born. Mrs. Ream was a member of the school faculty for years until a short time ago when she resigned on account of ill health. She leaves her husband, Lloyd Ream, son BOBBY LOUIS REAM; her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. HARPER of Wewoka; brothers, LEON HARPER of Gainesville, Texas, and CALVIN HARPER of Wewoka; three sisters, Mrs. PAUL MATTISON of Enid, Miss NANNA LEE HARPER of Claremore and Miss CLEO HARPER of Wewoka; and other relatives. In order to accommodate the large number attending the service, the funeral was held in the school auditorium Monday with Rev. G. W. SHED officiating. Pallbearers from the school faculty: T. E. MCDONALD, FRED HODGES, H. D. ALLEN, C. M. MAXEY, J. D. ELLISON and J. D. PRICE. Burial was in the Rose Hill cemetery here arranged by Keith & Son funeral home.

Obituary
N. B. MURPHY was born near Birmingham, Alabama, April 7, 1850. He came to Texas when 11 years old and lived there until he moved to Durant in Indian Territory in 1892. He lived at Durant until 1915 when he moved to Johnston County. He lived here until his death, March 11. He married Miss MARIA LOUISA HAYNES in 1880. Seven children were born to the union, with five surviving. They are, W. J. MURPHY of Ravia, J. P. MURPHY of Olney, C. B. MURPHY of Tishomingo, NAPOLEON MURPHY of Fillmore and Mrs. SALLE RAPER of Fillmore. There are 41 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. He was 90 years old at time of death. Burial was at Fillmore with Rev. SMITH officiating. His wife preceded him in death on June 19, 1939.

Dies in Hospital
Mrs. DAN CARTER died in a Sherman hospital Friday a few rooms away from the brother she had gone to visit there. DAN MCCARTY, still critically ill in the hospital, didn’t know Monday of his sister’s death. A heart ailment was blamed for her death. Funeral services were held at Frederick and burial was at Caddo, Texas.

Thursday, April 2, 1941

Mrs. FRANK HARRIS
Last tribute for Mrs. Frank Harris, former Milburn resident, were held at Condon Grove cemetery Wednesday with Rev. EMMET KIMBROUGH officiating. Mrs. Harris died in an Oklahoma City hospital and was a resident of Oklahoma City at time of her death. Survivors include her husband, Frank; parents, Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE SPEARS; two sisters and five brothers. Chapman funeral home had charge.

Pioneer of Wapanucka
Funeral services for EDWARD J. BALL, pioneer merchant and trader, were held at the Wapanucka Baptist church Saturday with Rev. G. W. SHED officiating. Mr. Ball died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. O. SURRELL, Friday, after years of ill health. Born in Tennessee in 1858, Mr. Ball moved to Indian Territory in 1877 and became a resident of Wapanucka in 1895. In the early years he lived near Emet, the town named after his father. Later he moved to Boggy Depot and was employed in a general merchandise store until 1895 when he moved to Wapanucka to engage in mercantile and banking. He helped organized the People’s National Bank of Wapanucka and owned several business houses there. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. J. O. SURRELL and Mrs. DORA SMITH both of Wapanucka, and Mrs. NOVA WYRICK of Stringtown; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery at Wapanucka.

EDWARD ‘SONNY’ HILBURN and RAYMOND HINCHEY were bound over on charges of larceny of domestic fowls.

Thursday, April 20, 1941

Anniversaries/
April 9 is a day for one family. The lady was born on April 9 (no year given); she and KENNETH CLARK were married on April 9 (no year given); and this April 9, they adopted their daughter, MARTHA ANN, age 18, their second child. They adopted their son, JOE KENNETH, 3 ½ years ago on July 16. Where does July 16 fit in? Well, Kenneth has his birthday on that date.

Infection of Foot Fatal for Harkey
W. C. HARKEY, age 76, died in the home of his son, J. HARKEY, here Saturday. Death was attributed to a serious foot infection caused when he stuck a nail in his foot about a month ago. Funeral services were held from the Presbyterian-Christian Church Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. C. H. WARD, assisted by Rev. FRED STUMPP. Burial was in the city cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home. Harkey was a pioneer timber contractor in eastern Oklahoma until a year ago when he came to live with his son, J. R. HARKEY. Surviving are five sons and two daughters, Mrs. MARY SETTLE of Ardmore, Mrs. BUENA MARTIN of Fulbright, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. HARKEY, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. HARKEY, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. HARKEY, all of Tishomingo; R. W. HARKEY of Fort Towson and J. M. HARKEY of Idabel.

Mrs. TOM C. FUSON
Mrs. TOM C. FUSON, age 44, of Tishomingo died in an Ardmore hospital Tuesday night. An eleven pound son, born in the hospital, survives her. Graveside services were held at the city cemetery with Rev. C. H. WARD officiating, arranged by Chapman funeral home. Mrs. Fuson was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DAVE FOLSOM, pioneers of southern Oklahoma. Born in Oklahoma, she lived here all her life. Survivors include her husband; eleven children; her father, DAVID FOLSOM; two sisters, Mrs. W. F. WHITE and Mrs. NORA KILLER, both of Tishomingo.

Thursday, April 24, 1941

Mrs. Dickson
Mrs. GEORGE DICKSON, daughter of the late T. B. PHILLIPS of Ravia, died in an Ardmore hospital Wednesday morning of injuries received in an wreck near Mannsville earlier in the day. Mrs. Dickson and her husband were on their way to Roff to bring Dickson’s mother to a hospital at the time. She is also a niece of M.D. PHILLIPS on the Ravia school board.

Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Attend Funeral
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. COBB attended the funeral of her cousin, HARLEY PARKS, at Konawa Sunday. Parks and his sister, Mrs. MARIE PHUMPHRY, were killed in a car accident near Claremore Friday. A small daughter of Mrs. Phumphry is not expected to live.

Stephenson Led Offers Through Worried Week
The strange case of ALLEN STEPHENSON ended in the state hospital at Norman Wednesday. County officers took him there for treatment after he shot a man last Thursday, begged the man to shoot him, attempted suicide by drinking Lysol and frightened several county prisoners at the jail here Monday night. … Stephenson’s story began last Thursday afternoon when he walked to J. J. WAKELEY, who was fixing a fence on the Wakeley place two miles north and a half mile east of Ravia. Wakeley was being assisted by Stephenson’s wife. Stephenson pulled a pistol and shot Wakeley’s right arm, passed through his glasses’ case, breaking the glasses and hit a rib, not thought to be critical. Wakely then took the pistol from Stephenson and the latter asked to be shot with it. .. From Wakeley’s house, Stephenson walked to Ravia where he bought a bottle of Lysol at the drug store. J. F. PATE, owner, said the man gave no indication what he intended to do with the bottle. Stephenson went to a Ravia café, bought a soft drink and poured the Lysol into it and drank the mixture. The county sheriff’s office was called, the sheriff CHARLIE GILLIAM was over there and back… a doctor was called and an emetic given. Stephenson was placed in jail and then 11:30 Monday night, .. Prisoners were running from Stephenson who was at the top of the ‘cage’ at the time… placed in a cell reserved for mental cases…The jailer BILL COX said he appeared to be a sick man.


Thursday, May 22, 1941

Coleman Woman Taken by Death
Mrs. ETHEL MADISON, Coleman, died of a heart ailment in an Oklahoma City hospital Tuesday afternoon. She was taken to the hospital several weeks ago for treatment of a fractured hip received in a fall. Funeral services were held at the community church at Coleman with Rev. DOAK officiating. Surviving is her son, CLYDE MADISON, with whom she was living. Burial was in the Coleman cemetery directed by Chapman funeral home.

Mrs. Ledgerwood
Funeral services for Mrs. DORA LEDGERWOOD were held at the Chapman funeral home chapel here Friday afternoon with Rev. FRED STUMPP, Baptist minister, officiating. Mrs. Ledgerwood died at her home northeast of Tishomingo Friday following a stroke. She was the widow of LANDER LEDGERWOOD, Johnston County pioneer who died in 1919. Surviving are her four sons, BILL, LEE, and ROSCOE, all of Tishomingo and JAMES of Pampa, Texas. Burial was in the Tishomingo cemetery.

Card of thanks from the Ledgerwood family. Signed by LEE LEDGERWOOD and family; Mr. and Mrs. ROSCOE LEDGERWOOD, Mr. and Mrs. BILL LEDGERWOOD, Mr. and Mrs. JAMES LEDGERWOOD.

Ravia
Mrs. V. R. HERRON of Scott City, Kansas is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. GASTANEAU.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. SWANSON named their new daughter SHELIA EASTER.
BUSTER WARREN visited in Texas.
Mrs. LEE NORTON returned from Lawton where she visited her son JACK.
Mrs. J. K. PETERMAN had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. HANVEY(?) of Tishomingo, Mrs. SYLONE BOWEN of Washita Falls, Mrs. RAY PHILLIPS and family of Ardmore, J. K. MCGEEHEE / MCGEHEE and ALVIN SKAGGS of Ravia.
Mrs. CLEM KUYKINDALL/KUYKENDAL of Denison visited Mrs. BRYAN MOORE, Mrs. HOMER MOORE, and Mrs. CLARK CAPERTON.
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN HARRIS attended the banquet here.
BERNIE HANVEY visited here.
Mrs. IKE CANTRELL and Mrs. GASTANEAU were guests of Mrs. R. N. SWANSON.
Mrs. JOHN BRYANT and son, WORTH POGUE, and MAY POGUE went to Turner Falls.
AMAZIAH GREENWOOD visited his brother LEMUEL GREENWOOD and Mr. and Mrs. BYRON SHARROCK at Fort Worth, Texas.
WARD POGUE of Gainesville, Texas, visited the DEE SMITH home.

Bullard Chapel
Mrs. ETTA BURNETT and son of Colton, California, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. ED MAXWELL.
Miss BONNIE GOODMAN of Fillmore visited her sister Mrs. PAULINE LOVETT here.
School closed here May 9. Teachers for the coming term are: J. B. PENNINGTON as principal; Mrs. PAULINE LOVETT as primary teacher.
Mrs. HART and grandson GLEN were guests at the ED MAXWELL home.
ROBERT THOMPSON returned from an Oklahoma City hospital.
JEAN BAILEY of Tishomingo visited ELIZABETH VANDEVIER.
JOSIE MAE NICHOLS visited her nieces, JANET and LOUISE PRESLEY.
Mr. and Mrs. BILL LEDGERWOOD of Bold Springs visited the EARL BROWNLEE home.
Mrs. BERT HAMBY visited Mrs. HOOD.

Plainview
SYBIL, J. C. and OPAL WHITE are on a trip to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. RAY NORVELL and daughter and Miss FLOY MUNCRIEF of Fittstown visited at Hughes Crossing.
Miss OPHELIA MCKINSEY of Atwood visited GEORGIA LEE TURNER and LUCY ALLISON.
Mr. and Mrs. HARVEY CHESTER and family had as guests Sunday, the ALVIN MUNCRIEF family, Mrs. CHESTER, BESSIE WALDEN, Mrs. WALDEN, Mrs. WILL CHESTER, ROY VEACH, and the ROY STAMPS family.
ISAAC STONE, who is stationed at Fort Sill, visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. LEE STONE.
Mrs. LEON VEACH and children visited her mother Mrs. MCDONALD at Bromide.

Marriage licenses: C. M. FRANKS of Ardmore (colored) and Miss LUCILLE COUNTER of Tishomingo (colored); R. L. PEAVEY of Idabel and Miss VELTA WRIGHT of Tishomingo; LEE J. EGGLESTON and Miss GLADYS IRENE SUTTON both of Kingston.

Thursday, May 29, 1941

Marriage licenses: TROY DUNCAN and MOSELLE MAYFIELD both of Fittstown; OSWELL COY MILLER of Burkburnett, Texas, and Miss DOROTHY MAE WILLIAMS of Tribbey; WALTER WARREN RICE and Miss BETTY JO WHITELEY both of Wapanucka.

Obituary
DANIEL S. MORAN, pioneer citizen of Johnston County, died at his home in Coleman, April 29. He was born on a farm in LaFayette County, Texas, Nov. 18, 1860. He moved with his parents in covered wagons, drawn by oxen, and located in old Indian Territory near Boggy Depot in 1877. In 1880, he moved to Ego, now called Coleman, and engaged in farming and stock raising until appointed postmaster there by President Taft. He resigned after eight years to enter the mercantile business which he continued until 1936. Mr. Moran married Miss WILLIE MELTON of Milburn, March 12, 1891, and on March 12 of this year, they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. .. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Willie Moran; two sons, M. L. and F. B. MORAN; one daughter JUANITA MORAN, all of Coleman; one sister Mrs. CARRIE HALL of Los Angeles, California; and eleven grandchildren. Services were conducted by Rev. SHED and Rev. CARTWRIGHT of Wapanucka in the Coleman Baptist church. Burial was in the Coleman cemetery.

BILLY R. BAKER of Mill Creek enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Corps and sent to Hamilton Field, California.

Thursday, June 5, 1941

$1000 Given in Suit for Rambo Death
Satisfaction of judgment in the sum of $1000 was filed in the district court Tuesday in the case of KATE HENRY, administrator of the estate of ALBERT RAMBO, against CARNOL WOODROW LAMBERT and W. B. HOWRY. … The petition asked damages in the death of Rambo near Pontotoc May 14. It claimed negligence on the part of Lambert, driver, and named Howry as co-defendant on the claim that Lambert was the latter’s agent.

J. D. Price
J. D PRICE, who built the first business house in Coleman and later lost it after 30 years, died Friday. His death was sudden at his home, a stroke. Though he had been in ill health about a year, he appeared to be ‘as well as usual’ until a short time before his death. Funeral services were held at the Coleman Baptist church with Rev. DOAK of Wapanucka officiating. Burial at the Coleman cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home. Until 3 years ago, Mr. Price was in the general merchandise business in Coleman since about the time of statehood. He first came to Oklahoma in 1898 and settled near Coleman. He married HELEN GOODNER in 1907 at Coleman. Survivors include his wife; six sons, ALTON of Tishomingo, J. S. and EDWARD of Coleman, J. D. Jr. of Wapanucka, BRYAN of Los Angeles, California, and GOODNER of Sims, Arkansas. He was 69 years old.

Allen Stephenson Given Two Years
ALLEN STEPHENSON entered a guilty plea to charges of assault with intent to kill. Stephenson, who was returned from the state hospital at Norman where he was pronounced sane, was sentenced to two years at Granite.

HOMER CHANCE has bought Dan’s Café from DAN MCCARTY. Chance, who was cook for the café under McCarty, will continue to cook most of the meals.

Eight of One Family Are Graduates of Ravia School
The last of eight children of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. MURPHY to graduate from the same high school received her diploma at Ravia high school. The eighth was Miss EDNA RUTH MURPHY who completed a string of graduations which began at Ravia in 1926. Of the eight, only two were graduated at the same time, which was in 1928 when CLAUDE and LINDSEY were awarded their diplomas. The entire group includes: AUDIE in 1916, CLAUDE and LINDSEY in 1928, GORDON in 1933, AGNES MURPHY LOGAN in 1934, WOODROW in 1938, L. V. in 1940 and EDNA RUTH in 1941. Mr. Murphy is 60 and has been a resident of this county since 1914. They were married March 15, 1903 at Durant.

Former Resident Taken by Death
JAMES O. POWERS, former resident of Tishomingo and a retired rural mail carrier, died of a cerebral hemorrhage May 26 in an Oklahoma City hospital. Powers was born near here on April 5, 1876.

Thursday, June 12, 1941

Ravia
Several Ravia boys went to CCC camps recently: AMAZIAH GREENWOOD, J. K. PETERMAN, HERMAN HATCH, HERSCHEL POGUE, DANIEL COFFEY, LEWIS MCSWAIN, MITCHELL FRANKS, TRITUE MOORE and BOOGY PITSON.
Mrs. W. C. RACHEL of McAllen, Texas, visited her daughter Mrs. W. M. HATCH.
LEE REED of Abilene, Texas, visited his parents.
Mrs. JACK SEAY and son JIMMY of Iowa Park, Texas, visited Mrs. FRANK SKAGGS.
R. N. NELSON and family, BERNICE NOLAN and family and others enjoyed a family reunion at Ada.
ARTHUR WARREN visited his uncle A. AR. NORTON at Mill Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. ELZIE MCGEEHEE/MCGEHEE visited Mr. and Mrs. GILREATH.
Mrs. J. E. FIELDS visited Mrs. ERNEST FIELDS.
GEORGE RACHEL and family of Duncan visited the W. M. HATCH home.
BAILEY NUNN visited here.

Thursday, June 19, 1941

Father of Former Local Girl Dies
Funeral services for W. C. ‘WID’ LANDRAM, father of Mrs. GENEVA TEAFATILLER, formerly of Tishomingo, were held at the First Baptist Church at Madill Monday. Tishomingo friends attending: Mrs. RUBY WILLIAMS, Mrs. ROSS LIPE, Mrs. ROY MULLIGAN, Mrs. GRACE W. SMITH, Mrs. B. A. MEHARG and Mrs. KENNETH CLARK.

J. G. Riley
Funeral services for JOHN GREENLEAF RILEY, age 72, of Wapanucka, were held at the Wapanucka Christian Church Monday with Rev. NEWBY officiating. Burial was at the Wapanucka Rose Hill cemetery. Mr. Riley died of a heart attack at his home Saturday. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Dec. 31, 1866, he came to Wapanucka in 1895 and engaged in mercantile business. With his brother, JOE RILEY, he owned and operated the Riley Dept. Store, but retired a few years ago because of poor health. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include one son, ROY L. RILEY of Fort Morgan, Colorado; three daughters, Mrs. E. L. ROWBOTHM(?) and Mrs. ALFRED DUNN of Denver, Col., and Miss LAVADA RILEY of Wapanucka; six brothers, DAVE, JOE, JIM, WILL, GRANVILLE, and ROBERT all of or near Coleman, Texas; three sisters, Mrs. ANNIE HOLDER of Trumble, Texas, Mrs. J. H. MCNEELEY of Doole, Texas, and Mrs. EMONA DEES of Wapanucka; and some grandchildren. Pallbearers were his five brothers and MARVIN NEFF.

Marriage Licenses:
ROY NELSON and PHYLLIS BROOKS of Connerville.
EDWARD PAUL REYNOLDS and WILMA HAMMONDS of Wapanucka.
KENNETH R. LOWRY of Mill Creek and MAUDE L. LEWIS of Connerville.
JACK AYTCH and INEZ MUNFORD of Tishomingo.
JOHN HARRY DARRELL Jr. and ANNA LAURIE HALLMARK of Ravia.
WALTER BOYLES of Oklahoma City and EULA MAE QUAID of Tishomingo.
ALTON WALLER of Tishomingo and ELSIE GREGG of Ravia.
THOMAS LEE MOORE and Mrs. NOLA BLAKELEY both of Madill.
EARL FAIRMAN and Miss DORIS VIRGINIA GAMLBE of (?).
WOODROW WILSON WINGARD of Kenefic and Miss KITTY BELLE BUCKMASTER of Folsom.
PAUL BEVINS of Paris, Texas, and Miss IMOGENE MCCONNELL of Marlow.
THOMAS HENRY PELHAM and Miss MARIE FOSTER both of Madill.
AARON BRIDGES of Tishomingo and Miss ALMA BROWN of Olney.

Obituary
Funeral services for TOM ROSS, pioneer Johnston County citizen, were held at the Troy school June 10. Mr. Ross died of a heart ailment after two days in an Oklahoma City hospital, taken there for treatment after a sudden heart attack while he was visiting his daughter, Mrs. VIRGIL COUCH. He lived in Oklahoma all of his life and was 69 years old. Survivors include his wife ADA; daughters Mrs. Couch of Oklahoma City and Mrs. BETTY C. TREY/TROY and son HERMAN ROSS who is in the U. S. Army.

Thursday, June 26, 1941

Mrs. Price
Mrs. HELEN PRICE of Coleman died Tuesday in an Oklahoma City hospital of a lung ailment. Mrs. Price, whose husband, J. Price, preceded her in death by less than a month, had been in ill health for some time. With her late husband, she was a resident of Coleman about 40 years. Funeral services were held at the Coleman Baptist Church Wednesday. Survivors include six son, ALTON of Tishomingo, J. S. and EDWARD of Coleman, J. D. Jr. of Wapanucka, BRYAN of Los Angeles, Cal., and GOODNER of Sims, Arkansas. Burial at Coleman cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.

Arrested for selling 2 ½ gallons of whiskey Friday cost BUFORD LAVERE and R. D. SMITHART $50, costs and 30 days in jail, each. They gave their addresses as Caddo in Bryan County.

Milburn
Mrs. GUERNEY of Blue Mountain, Miss., visited her brother, J. T. GARDNER and family here.
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN IZZARD of Duncan and Mrs. JOHN MAYO of Ada visited their sisters Mrs. EULA CREECY.
Mrs. J. A. MURK was taken to the hospital in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. EULA CREECY, VINNIE and DEWEY, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN IZZARD and Mrs. JOHN MAYO left to visit their brother, SHERRELL IZZARD, at Mercedes, Texas.
JOHNSON HEATH and WYITH TATE, who are stationed at Camp Barkeley, Texas, visited home folks here.
GUY RAPER returned from Kentucky.
Rev. MARTIN filled his appointment here.
Rev. SHED will begin a revival.
Mrs. WALTER of Healdton visited her mother Mrs. EULA CREECY.
Mr. and Mrs. HIRAM GANN of Missouri visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. F. GANN.
ELBERT BREEDEN returned from California and is working here.

Bullard Chapel
J. B. PENNINGTON, school principal here, and his family moved into the teacher’s house here.
Mr. and Mrs. MARK VANDIVIER and family were dinner guests of the JACK MARTIN family.
Mr. and Mrs. PRESTON LOVETT and MELVINA VANDEVIER were guests of the WILL LOVETT family at Sulphur.
KENNETH PENNINGTON visited in Carter County.
BOBBY CORLEY and CHESTER SLIGER of Oklahoma City visited relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. DOYLE LOVETT of Fillmore and Mr. and Mrs. ELLIS CHEADLE and daughter of Milburn visited here.
DICK BROWNLEE went enroll in a mechanical school at Bristow.
Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD MCCARTHICK have a new daughter named CHARLENE GALE.
Miss JOSIE MAE NICHOLS visited her brother BEN NICHOLS and family.
Mrs. JACK PRESLEY underwent surgery at Oklahoma City.
LEE GOODMAN of Fillmore visited his sister Mrs. PAULINE LOVETT.
Mrs. H. H. CHOATE and daughter THELMA were guests of the PINKIE HORNSBY family.

Mill Creek
DWAIN E. ‘SON’ PENNER is attending school at Stillwater.
ALLARD WALKER and family of Snomack visited here.
Mr. and Mrs. GID CUNNINGHAM Jr. and son of Stratford visited here.
GLENN ANDERSON, who injured by a tractor at the Colvert ranch last week, came home from a Sulphur hospital and is improving.
JAMES and BOND HARRIS of Tucson, Arizona, visited their uncle CHARLES BOND.
Mr. and Mrs. CLIFTON SWANK of Norman were guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. PENNER.
R. PIERCE QUINTON of the Bellwood community returned from the Veterans Hospital at Sulphur and is improving.
Miss ROBERTA ANDERSON of McAlester visited here.
Several hundred mattresses were made at the high school gym.
JACK PENNER returned from vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. JOE SARTAIN and son SIDNEY visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.W. SARTIN. Mr. Sartain lives in Tulsa.
CLIFFORD HACKER, formerly of Tishomingo, now of Wolfe, visited here.
DUGAN DUNN of McAlester visited here.
Mr. and Mrs. JAMES HOWARD of Tishomingo were here.
Mrs. ARLIN LEE YOUNG of Ada is visiting the W. A. YOUNG home.
LLOYD HARDEN, school superintendent, was at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. GLENN CLARK and children TOMMIE and NORMA LOU of Atoka visited here.

Mannsville
EDWIN COTHRAN, WILLIAM HILL, BILLY MIDDLETON, and JACK BARNES, who are in the CCC camp at Lake Murray, spent the weekend here.
Mrs. BILL COPELAND and children visited her mother Mrs. CHAFFIN.
Mrs. PANSY STIEWIG visited in Tishomingo.
E. V. JAMES left to visit his sister at Afton, Texas.
Mrs. SAM JONES and children attended church here.
Mr. and Mr. J. K. PETERMAN, Mrs. EVERETT HARRIS of Ravia, and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. PARKHILL were guests of the R. J. CLEMENT family.
Mr. and Mrs. WRIGHT DUNN and family of Norton visited the J. E. MARSH Jr. family.
Mrs. J. E. MARSH Jr., and Mrs. R. J. MARSH shopped in Ardmore.
Mr. and Mrs. ODELL MORGAN and family of Oklahoma City visited Mrs. PANEY STIEWIG.

Folsom
Rev. FERMAN MCCAGE of Sulphur filled his appointment here.
Miss GLENDA WALLER of Ravia visited Miss RUTH WEST.
Mrs. CALLIE RICHERSON of Henryetta visited here.
Mr. and Mrs. THELMER GRIMMETT and Mrs. LAURA GRIMMETT of Tulsa visited the FERMAN NELSON home.
The R. L. BONDS family of Wirt visited here.
Miss CORENE NELSON visited relatives at Tulsa.
Mr. and Mrs. CECIL KISER, RUTH WEST, and GLENDA WALLER visited the BUSTER NELSON home.
ROSCOE COOD/GOOD and ANNA WEST of Bache(Cache?), CHANT LEE KING, Miss PAULINE KING, Mr. and Mrs. BUSTER NELSON, Mr. and Mrs. ELMER DEAN, Miss GLENDA WALLER, and Mrs. CECIL KISER visited the JOHN WEST family.
Mr. and Mrs. CAROL SMITH of Pampa, Texas, and Mrs. ALBERT SMITH of St. Louis, Okla., visited the ORBAN NELSON family.
Mrs. LAURA GRIMMETT and grandson TEMPLE of Tulsa are spending summer vacation with the FERMAN NELSON family.
The R. E. PATTON family and the SAM AKINS family of Dallas, Texas, visited the ED PATTON family.
Mrs. MATTIE AKINS of Texas visited her brother ARTHUR NELSON.
The R. C. BURGESS family visited the ED PATTON family.
Miss RUBY SHIPMAN underwent an operation in Durant hospital; her condition is serious.
The PETE BONDS family were here.

ALBERT CHANEY
Funeral services were conducted Monday for ALBERT HENRY CHANEY, who died at his home in the Enterprise community early Sunday. Mr. Chaney, age 72, was a member of the Methodist Church since a young man. Pallbearers: LONNIE CALLEN, HAMBLE HURT, CECIL WHITTLE, GRADY WALTERS, LLOYD WHITTLE, WILLIS COFFEE. Elder A. E. FORD of Hickory officiated. Survivors include his wife KITTIE; two daughters Mrs. IDA JOHNSTON of Wheatland and Mrs. MAE DENNIS of Olney, Okla.; two sons, ARCHIE CHANEY and LEONARD CHANEY both of Wapanucka; two sisters IDA CALDWELL of Bullard Chapel and BELLE COGBURN of Milburn; four brothers, RUBE CHANEY in Texas, JOHN CHANEY of Tishomingo, LUM CHANEY of Fillmore and DAVE CHANEY of Coleman; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

R. P. Thompson
Funeral services for ROBERT P. THOMPSON, age 48, were held at the city cemetery Saturday afternoon with Rev. FRED STUMPP officiating. Mr. Thompson died in an Oklahoma City hospital after an illness of eight months. He was a resident of the Johnston Grove community. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. MATTIE THOMPSON; seven children, ROBRT, CLARENCE, MABERDIA, CONRAD, CHARLES, JIMMY, and an infant daughter. Burial in the city cemetery arranged by Chapman funeral home.




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