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Claude, Tex. Oct 22---James Lougue, who owns a farm about thirteen, miles north-west of Claude, just across the line in Carson County, while going through his corn patch yesterday found the dead body of a strange man. It was evident that the man had been dead several days, as the body was considerably decomposed. No money was found in the pockets, nor writing or papers of any kind by which the remains could be identified. As the man was in Carson County the officials at Panhandle were notified. Sheriff Chastine and Dr. Greenwood of Panhandle went to the scene and took charge of the remains. Dr. Greenwood, after viewing the body and finding no marks of violence upon, it said in his opinion, the man died a natural death. The remains were buried by the Carson County officials, unidentified.  (Oct 23, 1901 Dallas Morning News - Transcribed by Marie Miller)

ALTEPETER, GEORGE
CLARENDON, October 2-- Rosary service for George Altepeter, 76, resident of Groom since 1911, will be held at 7:30 p.m., Friday to St. Mary's Catholic Church in Groom.  Funeral services will be held in the church at 9 a.m., Saturday with the Rev. John Corcoran, pastor officiating.  Burial will be in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Groom under direction of Murphy's Funeral Home of Clarendon.  Mr. Altepeter died at 8:50 p.m., Wednesday in Groom Osteopathic Hospital.  He had been a rancher and farmer.  Mr. Altepeter was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church of Groom.  Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Annie Altepeter of Groom.  (Source:  newspaper unknown, 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

CLARENDON, October 1--George Alteprier, 76, a resident of Groom since 1911, died at 6:50 p.m., today in Groom Osteopathic
Hospital. 
     Mr. Alteprier had been a rancher and farmer. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church of Groom. 
     He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Annie Alteprier of Groom.  Funeral arrangements will be announced from Murphy Funeral Home in Clarendon. (Source: newspaper unknown, dated 1958 transcribed by Camellia)

ARMSTRONG, GARDYS B.
PANHANDLE, Sept. 17.  Funeral services for Mrs. Gardys Blanche Armstrong will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday in the First Methodist Church here with the Rev. James Carter, pastor, officiating.
    Burial will be in Panhandle Cemetery under direction of Poston Funeral Home of Panhandle.
    Mrs. Armstrong, who had lived at 406 Maple here, died at 4 p.m. today in a Plainview hospital, following an illness of about six months.
    Mrs. Armstrong was born March 24, 1880 in Rockton, Ill.  She married A. A. Armstrong on March 18, 1903, and they moved to Panhandle in March 1908.
     Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. R. C. Forsyth of Plainview; two brothers, Merwin Gridley of St. Paul, Minn. and Glen Gridley of Roscoe, Ill.; five grandchildren, including Mrs. Charles F. Hood Jr. of 4300 Van Buren, Amarillo, and six great-grandchildren. (Source:  newspaper unknown, dated Sept. 16, 17, 18, 19, 1958, transcribed by Bobby Dobbins Title.)

CAIN, Mrs. ANNA ESTELLE
PANHANDLE, April 7 (Special) - Mrs. Anna Estelle Cain, 77, died at 3 p.m. Monday at the Thurmon Convalescent Home, 312 W. 9th, Amarillo, where she had been a resident the past three weeks.
    Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the First Methodist Church at Panhandle, where she was a life-long member.
    The Rev. James Carter, pastor, will officiate.
    Burial will be in Panhandle Cemetery, under the direction of Poston Funeral Home.
    Mrs. Cain had been a resident of Carson County since 1911. Death was attributed to pneumonia and a series of strokes.
    She was born July 23, 1880, in Salem, Ark.
    Her husband, W. R. Cain, died Jan. 22, 1958. There are no children, however they raised four children who survive. They are Mrs. H. L. Mohon, Panhandle, J. C. McCollough, Panhandle, Mrs. Wesley Daniel Lefors, and Mrs. E. H. Denney of Kress. (Source: newspaper unknown, Apr. 8, 1958, transcribed by FoFG mz)

CRITES, Mrs. ANNIE MOZEL
Panhandle, Nov. 17 - Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Mozel Crites, 76, resident here since 1942, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Poston Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. James Carter, pastor of the Panhandle Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Panhandle Cemetery.
    Mrs. Crites died about 5:30 a.m. today at Morgan's Convalescent Home here. She had been ill for some time.
    She was born January 28, 1882 in Denison, Texas. She was a member at the Methodist Church and the Rebekah Lodge in Sayre, Oklahoma.
    Surviving are one son, L. D. of Medina, Ohio; three daughters, Mrs. Olive Maxwell of Oildale, California, Mrs. Ruby Meaker of Panhandle and Mrs. A. E. Evans of Farmington, New Mexico; two sisters, Mrs. Rosa Wildman of Carnegie, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Mable Haygood of Sayre, Oklahoma; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. (Source: Newspaper unknown, dated Nov. 18, 1958; transcribed by Vicki Bryan)

DEET, Mrs. CLIFF
Mrs. Deet, 75, Dies In Crash
PANHANDLE, Nov. 3--Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Cliff Deet, 75, automobile accident victim, are pending with Poston Funeral Home of Panhandle. 
    Mrs. Deet was killed instantly, and three other persons injured Sunday in a two-car, head-on collision on the Clover Leaf, on the west side of Phillips.
    Mrs. Deet's husband, 76, is in serious condition at North Plains Hospital in Borger. He was driving the family car. 
    Driver of the second car, Roger Tedder, 18 of Phillips, and a passenger with him, Doyle Steegall, 18, also of Phillips, are reported in fair condition today at North Plains Hospital. 
    The accident occurred when the southbound car driven by Tedder went out of control, jumped a traffic island and collided head-on with the northbound Deet car. 
    The accident occurred about 5:35 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Madison and State Highway 15, on the by-pass. 
    Charges of negligent homicide were filed Monday against Tedder by Police Chief John Wilkinson of Borger. 
    The Deets' moved to Panhandle in 1924 and operated the C. Deet Service Station and Cafe. 
    Mrs. Deet was a member of the First Christian Church.  (Source: newspaper unknown from Amarillo, TX; 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

ELLIS, Mrs. CORA SUSAN
PANHANDLE, April 9 - Funeral services for Mrs. Cora Susan Ellis will be conducted at 2:30 pm, Friday in Poston Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Doyle Rasle, pastor of First Methodist Church of Canyon, and the Rev. Keith McCormick, pastor of First Baptist Church in Panhandle, officiating. 
    Burial will be in Panhandle cemetery, under direction of Poston Funeral Home. 
    Mrs. Ellis, 91, died today at 3 a.m. in her Panhandle home. 
    Born Sept. 13, 1866, in Ohio, Mrs. Ellis came to Carson County in 1911 from West Virginia. She was a member of the Baptist Church. 
    Surviving are a son, Ralph of Medicine Lodge, Kan.; and four daughters, Mrs. Alma Porterfield, Mrs. V. D. Riggs, and Mrs. Charles Lemons, all of Panhandle, and Mrs. Marie Hoylman of Peterstown, W. Va., 12 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. [Source: newspaper unknown, Apr. 11-13, 1958, transcribed by Kristine Metoyer]

EPTING, THOMAS NEWTON
Thomas Newton Epting, 71, died at 9 p.m. Friday at his home in Claude.
     Mr. Epting a retired farmer, moved from Conway to Claude, 18 months ago.  He had farmed near Conway since 1926.
     Mr. Epting was born Aug. 13, 1886.  He was a member of the Methodist Church.
     He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Epting of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Joe Whiteside of Oroville, Calif., and Mrs. W. H. Byrd of Morrison, Ark., two sons, Alton Epting of Muleshire, and J. B. Epting of Oroville a sister, Mrs. Lola Conway of Dickens, Tex., and a brother, R. R. Epting of Hillsboro.
     Funeral arrangements will be announced by Boswell Brothers Funeral Home. [Source: newspaper unknown, Apr. 11-13, 1958, transcribed by Kristine Metoyer]

GROOM, Colonel B. B.
New Orleans, April 18 - Colonel B. B. Groom, a big cattle raiser of Groom, Tex., in the Panhandle, died at the St. Charles hotel at 8 o'clock Tuesday night, where he had been ill for some time.  His son, T. T. Groom arrived from Texas a week ago, and was with his father.  The remains will be shipped to Kentucky for interment. (Bryan Morning Eagle, Bryan, Tex., April 19, 1906)

HARVEY, Infant of T. E.
PAMPA, April 15 (Special) - The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Harvey of White Deer died at 8:20 a.m. today in Highland General Hospital here.
    Graveside services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Wednesday in White Dove Cemetery under direction of Duenkel Carmichael Funeral Home.
    Survivors are the parents; a sister, Johnnie Lin Harvey of White Deer; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Harvey of White Deer, and Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Cornish of Dallas. (Source: newspaper unknown, dated Apr. 5-16, 1958, transcribed by Kristine Metoyer)

HAWLEY, Mrs. FLOSSIE MAY
PANHANDLE.  April 29 - Funeral services for Flossie Mae Hawley, 56, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the First Christian Church here with the Rev. Joe Kennedy, pastor, officiating.
    Burial will be in Panhandle Cemetery under direction of Poston Funeral Home.
    Mrs. Hawley died in St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo early Tuesday.  She was born March 31, 1902 in Jacksonville, Fla.
    She was a member of the First Christian Church of Panhandle.
    She came to Panhandle in 1957 from Odessa.
    Surviving are her husband, Jay Loyd Hawley of Panhandle, one daughter, Mrs. Lester Lusk of Panhandle; one son, J. L. Jr. of Borger; her mother, Mrs. H. W. Smith of Dallas; two sisters, Mrs. Bobbie Hooper and Mrs. Vera McKeney, both of Dallas; three brothers, Walter and Bert Smith, both of Dallas and Neal Smith of El Paso; and two grandchildren. (Source: newspaper unknown, dated April 29-30, 1958, transcribed by Bobby Dobbins Title.)

HERMESMEYER, ELIZABETH
Mrs. Elizabeth Hermesmeyer, 84, of Groom, died at her home there Tuesday night at 6:45 p.m.
     She was born Feb. 28, 1874 in Illinois and had been a resident of Groom since 1907.  Mrs.  Hermesmeyer was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church at Groom and was a charter member of the Christian Mothers Society.
     Surviving are three sons, Bernard of Elk City, Kan., Raymond of Groom and Lawrence Hermesmeyer of Amarillo; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Weller of Groom; a brother, Frank Brinkman of Decatur, Ill; three sisters, Mrs. Christine Grawe of Quincy, Ill., Mrs. Frances Shircliffe of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Mary Devlin of Springfield, Ill; 26 grandchildren and 28 great grand children.
     Funeral arrangements will be announced by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home of Amarillo. Source: Publication Unknown, December 1958, transcribed by M.K.K.

ARRANGEMENTS:
Funeral mass for Mrs. Elizabeth Hermesmeyer, 84, will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church at Groom, with the Rev. Clifton J. Corcoran officiating.
     Named as pallbearers are Elmer Bohr, Raymond, Weller, Lawrence Heremesmeyer, Jr., Ernest Hermesmeyer, Eugene Hermesmeyer and Robert Hermesmeyer and grandsons of the deceased.
     Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at Groom under direction of Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.
     Rosary will be said Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of J. J. Weller in Groom.
     Mrs. Hermesmeyer is survived by five sons, Bernard Hermesmeyer of Elk City, Kan., Lawrence Hermesmeyer of Amarillo, and Raymond, Charles and James Hermesmeyer of Groom; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Weller of Groom; a brother Frank Brinkman of Decatur, Ill.; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Crawe of Quincy, Ill., Mrs. Frances Starcliffe of Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. Devlin of Springfield, Ill.; 26 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. Source: Publication Unknown, December 1958, transcribed by M.K.K.

HESTER, G. D.
KAUFMAN, Texas, Jan. 7. Funeral services will be held Tuesday for G. D. Hester, 77, longtime Kaufman resident who raised cotton on his land in Kaufman County and wheat on his land in Carson County. The services will be at 2 pm. at Anderson-Clayton Funeral Home in Terrell and burial will follow at Ola, Kaufman County. Hester was born in Mayfield Ky and moved to Kaufman with his family when he was twelve years old. He had lived here ever since. However, he was in White Deer, Carson County, visiting a son, J. Dillard Hester, at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Julian Kahn of New York City; two other sons, Harry H. Hester of Dallas and Athel V. Hester of Kaufman; fourteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. (Dallas Morning News Jan 8, 1952 - Transcribed by Marie Miller)

HOUSTON, A. C.
Founder Panhandle Lumber Co., Dead
A. C. Houston, founder and head of the Panhandle Lumber Company, died at his home in Wichita, Kansas, last Friday morning, aged 67 years.  Although he had been in bad health for more than a year, his death was unexpected.
      Mr. Houston came to the Panhandle in 1901 and bought a lumber yard at Canadian.  In 1906 the yards at Panhandle and Amarillo were bought.  Since then the Panhandle Lumber Company has grown into one of the largest lumber companies in the Southwest, with 38 yards in the Panhandle. (The Groom News, Groom, Tex, Mar 18, 1926)

KIRK, PAUL B.
PANHANDLE, Nov. 22 - Paul B. Kirk, 45, resident of Panhandle since 1942, died here of a heart ailment at 9:15 a.m. today.
    Mr. Kirk was born Dec. 31, 1912 at DeQueen, Ark.
    Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Poston Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Keith McCormick, pastor of the First Baptist Church here, officiating.  Interment will be in the Panhandle Cemetery.
    Survivors are one son, Allen Ray of Panhandle; four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Deuer of Panhandle, Mrs. Ruby Darnell of Concord, Calif., Mrs. Marie Ballard of Grapevine, Calif., and Mrs. Peal Sikes of Oakland, Calif.; two brothers, Joe Kirk of Spearman, and Lee Kirk of Brice, Colo.; and two grandchildren. (Source:  newspaper unknown, dated November 23, 1958, transcribed by Bobby Dobbins Title.)

LATTA, CORA EILEN
Pampa, Nov. 19 (Special)-Cora Ellen Latta, 87, died at 3:15 p.m. today at her home in Groom.
    She was born in Lynn County and moved to Groom in 1930 from Brookfield, Mo. She was  member of the Methodist Church.
    Surviving are three sons. George and Stanley, both of Groom, and John of Brookfield, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Dolsey of Sunnyside, Wash. and Mrs. G. Otis Helm of Amarillo; three brothers, Quinn Guyer of Shelby, Mo., Ollie of Omak, Wash. and Joyce of Moberly, Mo.; one sister, Mrs. Mary Buswell of Purdin, Mo.; and 3 grandchildren.
    Funeral arrangements will be announced by Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral Home here. (Source: Newspaper unknown, dated Nov. 20, 1958; transcribed by Susan Geist)

LeFORS, MRS. OREE
Killed in Auto Crash Near Pampa
Mrs. Oree LeFors, about 30, wife of Emmet LeFors, prominent Gray county cattleman, was instantly killed Saturday shortly after midnight in a head on automobile Collison in Husted hill, Clarendon highway about eight miles from Pampa.
    Mrs. LeFors was thrown, apparently, from her seat and pinned beneath her own car.  She suffered a compound fracture of the skull and internal injuries.  Her husband, who drove, escaped injury.
    Mrs. LeFors' sister, Mrs. Harless arrived at the LeFors residence in an airplane from Dallas on hearing of the fatal accident Sunday afternoon.
    The LeFors were returning from a visit to Groom.  From the meagre information secured the cars were proceeding in opposite directions and collided on the brown of Husted hill.
    The identity of the other car has not yet been learned, and their disappearance indicates that they were responsible for the mishap.
    Mrs. LeFors was a sister to J. H. (Cappy) Stephens, of this place, and has a host of friends in and around Groom who regret to hear of her untimely death. (The Groom News, Groom, Tex, July 22, 1926 - vm)

McDOWELL, W. M.
Died in Oklahoma
W. M. McDowell, formerly of this place, but recently of Clinton, Oklahoma, died at that place Wednesday morning from the infirmities of age, being about 77 years of age.
       Mr. McDowell was a highly respected citizen and has a host of friends here who regret to hear of his death.
 He was the father of J. W. McDowell, of this place.  (The Groom News, Groom, Tex, Aug 12, 1926 - vm)

MELTON, Mrs. MAUDE
PAMPA, Oct. 31--(Special)--Mrs. Maude M. Melton, 70, of Skellytown, died at 7:15, p.m. Thursday in Northwest Texas Hospita in Amarillo. 
    She had lived in the Skellytown area since 1924, when she moved there from Cement, Okla. 
    Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in Duenkel-Carmichael Chapel here.  The Rev. Thurman Luther, pastor of the Skellytown Baptist Church, will officiate.  Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. 
    Mrs. Melton was a member of the Skellytown Baptist Church.
    She is survived by her husband, K. K. Melton, Justice of the Peace, at Skellytown; three sons, Willis W. Denham of Skellytown and Sidney and Kenneth Denham, both of Dumas; and two sisters,  Mrs. Anna Stockwell, Mountain Park, Okla., and Mrs. Cassie Cummings, Dela, Okla. (Source: newspaper unknown, Nov. 1, 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

NICKELL, ELZIE N.
PANHANDLE, April 10 - Funeral services for Elzie E. Nickell, 47, of Wichita Falls and former resident of Panhandle, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday.
    Services will be in the Poston Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Keith McCormick, pastor of the First Baptist Church here, officiating, assisted by the Rev. James Carter pastor of the First Methodist Church of Panhandle.
    Burial will be in Panhandle Cemetery under direction of the funeral home.
    Mr. Nickell died in a Wichita Falls Hospital today. He was born Jan. 4, 1911 at Cleburne, Tex. He moved to Panhandle in 1926 and to Wichita Falls in 1931. He was a member of the First Baptist Church at Cleburne.
    Surviving are his mother, Mrs. F. W. Nickell of Panhandle; three sisters, Mrs. Gail Best of Amarillo, Mrs. J.  R. Barnett of Warren, Ind., and Mrs. Walter Dittberner of Panhandle, and one brother, Melvin Nickell of Denver, Colo. (Source: newspaper unknown, dated Apr. 21-24, 1958, transcribed by Kristine Metoyer)

OSMAN, JOHN AUSTIN
PANHANDLE, Oct. 22--Funeral services for John Austin Osman, 80, of 3815 Park Street, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Chapel of the ---Funeral Home with the Rev. John Kennedy, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating. 
    Burial will be in the Panhandle Cemetery.
    Mr. Osman died Tuesday morning at his home after a lingering illness.  He was a retired driller and ---construction worker.  He came to Panhandle in 1939 from Tulsa, Okla.
    Surviving are four sons, George Osman of Borger, John Osman of Kermit, S. T. Osman of Wink, and W. H. Osman of Tulsa, Okla., four daughters; Mrs. Charles Elder of Panhandle, Mrs. A. M. Powers of Adrian, Mrs. C. E. Doren of Tulsa, and Mrs. Allen Mayor of Houston; a sister; Mrs. Frank Houchenmiller of Tyler, and a brother John Lloyd Osman of Harrisburg, Pa. (Source:  newspaper unknown, 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

POND, ISAAC NEWTON
Rites honoring the memory of Isaac Newton Pond, 96, will be conducted at 11 a.m. today in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel by the Rev. Keith McCormick, pastor of First Baptist church of Panhandle.
     Named as pallbearers are Jim Parks, J. W. Sell and Dana (E.D.) Parsons, of Amarillo; Ben Stone and Mike Stone of Panhandle, and Glenn Bobhill of Carlsbad, N. M., all grandsons of the deceased.
     Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
     Mr. Pond, whose home was at 3711 W. 7th, died Saturday in a convalescent home.  He was born Feb. 8, 1862. In Maynard, Ark., and was a member of the Baptist Church of Celina, Tex.
     Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. G. G. Laney of Dallas, Mrs. John Stone of Panhandle, and Mrs. H. G. Persons of Canyon; a sister, Mrs. W. R. Evans of Arkansas and several grandchildren. Source:  Publication Unknown, December 1958, transcribed by M.K.K.

PUCKETT, LEVOID
PAMPA Nov 3 - Funeral services for Levoid Alvin Puckett, 43, of White Deer, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the First Methodist Church of White Deer. 
     Officiating will be the Rev. Marvin Menefee, pastor.  Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery at Wewoka, Okla. At 10 a.m. Wednesday under direction of Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral Home of Pampa.
 Mr. Puckett suffered a fatal heart attack at 9 p. m. Friday while seated in the football stadium at McLean.  He was born June 14, 1915 in Holdenville, Okla. 
 He had been a resident of White Deer 17 years and was a member of the First Methodist Church in White Deer.  He was a veteran of World War II.
 Surviving are his wife, Margaret Elizabeth of White Deer; a son, Jerry with the U. S. Army in Germany; one daughter, Julie Beth Puckett of White Deer; his mother, Mrs, Mae Hill of Palm Springs, Calif.; two brothers, Orville of Wewoka, Okla. and Jack of Houston; two sisters, Mrs. Juanita Covington and Mrs. Joan Brumley, both of Wewoka. Source:  Newspaper unknown, dated November 4, 1958; transcribed by Glenda Stevens

Rites Held For Levoid Puckett
PAMPA, Nov. 4--Final services for Levoid A. Puckett, 43, of White Deer, were conducted today in the First Methodist Church of White Deer, by the Rev. Marvin Menefee, pastor. 
    Burial will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Oakwood Cemetery at Wewoka, Okla., under the direction of the Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral Home of Pampa.
    Mr. Puckett suffered a fatal heart attack Friday evening, while attending a football game at McLean.  He was born June 14, 1915, and had lived in White Deer 17 years. 
    He was a veteran of World War II. 
    Survivors include his wife, Margaret Elizabeth of the home; a son, Jerry, with the U. S. Army in Germany; a daughter, Julie Beth Puckett of White Deer; his mother, Mrs. Mae Hill of Palm Springs, Calif.; two brothers, Orville of Wewoka, Okla., and Jack of Houston; and two sisters,  Mrs. Juanita Covington and Mrs. Joan Brumley, both of Wewoka. (Source: newspaper unknown, Nov. 4, 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

REESE, HENDERSON L
Funeral services for Henderson L. Reese, 65, of White Deer, will be held at 3 p.m., today in the First Baptist Church of White Deer, with Rev. E. J. Keith pastor, officiating. 
    Interment will be in the White Deer Cemetery under direction of N. S. Griggs and Sons. 
    Pallbearers will be Pete Richardson, R. A. Holmes, H.C. Kelley, Joe Seitz, Bud Evans and W. N. Carey. 
    Mr. Reese, a carpenter by trade, died at 7:05 a.m., Wednesday in St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo. 
    Surviving are his wife Mrs. Addie Reese; a son, H. L. Reese, Jr., of Amarillo; two daughters; Mrs. Hazel Hutchings of Amarillo, and Mrs. Lucille Yandell of Post; three brothers, Thurston Reese of Vernon, Roy Reese of Olfan and Troy Reese of Burkburnett; three sisters, Mrs. Maude Jackson of Sundown, Mrs. Vera Smith of Longview and Mrs. Etter Langham of Bonham, and four grandchildren. (Source: newspaper unknown, dated 1958 transcribed by Camellia)

ROSS, HENRY
PANHANDLE, April 7 (Special) - Graveside services are scheduled at 10 a.m. Tuesday for Henry Ross, 73, Negro, who died of a stroke at 8 p.m. Saturday in his room in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nappie Franklin, Panhandle.
    Ross had no known relatives.
    The Rev. Joe R. Kennedy Jr., minister of the First Christian Church, will conduct the graveside service.
    For many years he was employed by the Santa Fe Railroad. He retired in 1948. (Source: newspaper unknown, Apr. 8, 1958, transcribed by FoFG mz)

SARTIN, BELTON
PANHANDLE, April 9 - Funeral services for Belton Sartin, 47, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Boston Funeral Home, in Oklahoma City.  Burial will be in Real Haven Cemetery. 
    MR. SARTIN, died at 5 p.m. Tuesday in Euchre N.M.  He moved there 1 ? years ago from Berger. 
    He was born May 2, 1910 in Wynnewood, Okla.  He is a World War II veteran.
    Survivors are three sons, Tony, 9, Ricky Lynn, 7, and Timothy, 2, all of Borger; a daughter, Mrs. Neat Wanner of Bakersfield, Calif., his mother, Mrs. Edith Heiney of Borger, four sisters, Mrs. G. E. Poston of Eunice, Mrs. Walter Minor of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. D. D. Gillespie, and Mrs. Mural Gilbert, both of Borger and two brothers, Raymond Heiney of Oklahoma City, and Beryl Heiney of Orange, Tex. [Source: newspaper unknown, Apr. 11-13, 1958, transcribed by Kristine Metoyer]

SKINNER, C. P.
C. P. Skinner Passes Away
C. P. Skinner died at the home of his niece, Mrs. Walter Crowell, this city, Sunday morning, aged 72 years.
      Funeral services were conducted at the residence Monday morning at 9 o'clock by Rev. A. O. Hood.  Burial in the Groom Cemetery.
      Mr. Skinner was a splendid character and commanded the respect of all who knew him. (The Groom News, Groom, Tex, Aug 12, 1926 - vm)

STAMPS, Mrs. NORA
Panhandle, Dec. 4 - Mrs. Nora Stamps, 78, of Waldron, Arkansas, died at 3:30 p.m. today in Groom Osteopathic Hospital after a brief illness. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Friday in the Church of Christ here with Gerald Beasley, minister, officiating. Burial will be in Panhandle Cemetery under direction of Poston Funeral Home of Panhandle.
    Mrs. Stamps was born November 20, 1880, in Sparta, Tennessee. She had lived near Panhandle until 1945 when she moved to Amarillo where she lived for five years before moving to Waldron. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
    Survivors are six sons, A. G. and F. W. Stamps, both of Waldron; A. C. Stamps of Pharr, Texas, Lloyd Stamps of Groom, N. B. Stamps of Perryton and L. E. Stamps of White Deer; six daughters, Mrs. Jesse Rice of Johua Tree, California, Mrs. Wallace Glen of Benjamin, Texas; Mrs. Gilfred Stenope of Waldron, Mrs. Clinton Oldham of Amarillo, Mrs. J. B. Harwick of Mangum, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Cecil Cummings of Panhandle; four brothers, Leroy and Pierce Cooper, both of Sparta, Tennessee, Norman Cooper of Portales, New Mexico, and Bethel Cooper of Salem, Arkansas; four sisters, Mrs. Ora Denton of Hollis, Oklahoma, Mrs. Dora White of Albuquerque, Mrs. Flora Boyett of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Myrtle Moran of Fort Worth; her stepmother, Mrs. Sally Cooper of Hollis, 47 grandchildren, and 44 great-grandchildren. (Source: Newspaper unknown, dated Dec. 1958; transcribed by Vicki Bryan)

TROWER, CHARLES O
PANHANDLE, Nov. 8--Charles O. Trower, 79, died at 6 p.m. Friday at his home in Panhandle. 
    He was born in Jefferson County, Kan. November 17, 1878.  He moved to Panhandle in 1936, and operated a cafe until his retirement a year ago. 
    He was a member of the Panhandle Lodge IOOF, and the Church of Christ. 
    He is survived by three sons, O. E. Trower of Hawthorne, Calif., Ralph of Houston, and John of Wellington, Kansas; one daughter, Mrs. George Rayl of Wellington, Kansas; one sister, Mrs. Lula Ala of Wichita, Kansas. 
    Services will be held in the Poston Funeral Home Chapel at 10 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Beasley, pastor of the Panhandle Church of Christ, officiating.  Interment will be in the Panhandle Cemetery. (Source: newspaper unknown, Nov. 9, 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

WALKER, HERMAN
Cattle Buyer Is Killed
DEMING, N. M April 26 -- Herman Walker, Conway, Carson County Texas cattle buyer, was injured fatally and two others were hurt early Sunday when their coupe crashed into a westbound freight train on a grade crossing near here. Walker died at a Deming hospitaL Frank Kelly of Deming. driver; of the machine, and: Miss Pearl Hon. the other occupant, were injured. Officers said the automobile was demolished and one wheel truck of a freight car was derailed by the force of the collision.  (Dallas Morning News April 27, 1936 - Transcribed by Marie Miller)

WILSON, I. A.
Body Of Driller Lost in Flame
AMARILLO, May 17. -- I. A. Wilson, oil well driller, was burned to death and J. F. Peterson fatally burned in a fire which destroyed a Texas Company derrick in North Carson County early today. A short circuit of electric wires is believed responsible for the blaze. No trace of Wilson's body was found after the fire. A gas blaze is shooting high into the air this morning. The rig was totally destroyed. Wilson was the driller at the Texas Company well, and Peterson was a hauler employed by the Humble Company.  (Fort Worth Star Telegram May 17, 1922 - Transcribed by Marie Miller)

WILSON, OLIN F.
PAMPA, Dec. 23. (Special)-Olin F. Wilson, 73, retired mill worker, died at 8:15 p.m. Monday in a convalescent home in Panhandle.  He was born Feb. 16, 1885, in Kaufman County.  He had lived in the Panhandle rest home for the past several months.
     He lived in Corsicana for about 40 years, moving from there to Raytown and later to Pampa.  He lived with his son, Joe Wilson at 213 Nelson Place for a few months before moving to Panhandle.
     He was a member of the First Methodist Church and of the Odd Fellows Lodge.
     Survivors are the son of Pampa, two daughters, Mrs. Franky Rodgers of Pampa and Mrs. Margie Burlseson of Baytown; two brothers, Earl of Baytown and Walter of Beaumont; two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Layton of Tyler and Mrs. Annie Mae Dunton of Corsicana and four grandchildren.
     The body will be taken to Corsicana for burial and services and burial at 3 p.m. Wednesday.  Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral Home in Pampa handled arrangements here. Source: Publication Unknown, December 1958, transcribed by M.K.K. 

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