Obituaries - V

Blanche Antionette Vahle, 67 YRS, 10 MO, 11 DAYS, WAS DOA AT JERSEY COMM HOSP ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. SHE WAS THE WIDOW OF LOUIS H VAHLE. MRS VAHLE WAS STRICKEN ILL AT THE HOME OF MRS CLYDA DANIELS OF E ARCH ST WHERE SHE HAD GONE TO ATTEND A POTLUCK SUP AND CARD PARTY. AFTER BECOMING ILL SHE WAS MOVED BY AMBULANCE TO THE HOSP. VISITATION AND SERVICES WERE HELD AT Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville. REV H O RENKEN, PASTOR OF PEACE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, OFFICIATED AND BURIAL WAS IN FIELDON CEM. SHE WAS THE DAU OF THE LATE OSCAR & EMALINE (GOSHORN) WILLIAMS AND WAS BORN IN GREENE CO, FEB 20, 1899. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF EVANGELICAL CHURCH, WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS, EAGLES AUX, WW I AUX, ROYAL NEIGHBORS AND SENIOR CITIZENS. SURVIVING ARE 1 SON, LOUIS O VAHLE, JERSEYVILLE; 1 DAU, MRS ARTHUR D POWERS, GRAFTON; HER MOTHER, MRS OSCAR WILLIAMS, JERSEYVILLE; 1 SIS, BERTHA; 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 G-GRANDCHILDREN. HER FATHER AND 1 SIS PRECEDED HER IN DEATH.

Louis O. “Louie” Vahle, 67, OF RURAL JERSEYVILLE, DIED MARCH 10, 1987 AT JOHN COCHRAN VETERANS' HOSP, ST LOUIS. HE WAS BORN DEC 10, 1919 IN FIELDON TO THE LATE LOUIS H & BLANCHE A (WILLIAMS) VAHLE. HE SERVED IN THE ARMY IN WW II AND FOR THE PAST 13 YRS HAD BEEN SUPERVISOR OF THE ILL VALLEY WORK PROJECT AT THE SUSNIG CENTER IN JERSEYVILLE. HE MARRIED ILDA MARIE (CUNNINGHAM) VAHLE, JULY 6, 1941, IN JERSEYVILLE. HE WAS A MEMBER OF MOOSE LODGE, AMERICAN LEGION POST #492, VFW POST #4528 AND FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, JERSEYVILLE. SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, ILDA; 3 SONS, ROGER, KANE, RONALD OF NAPLES, FL AND RODNEY OF JERSEYVILLE; 1 SIS EMMA POWERS, GRAFTON; 7 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 3 G-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL WAS MARCH 14, AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH REV MIKE MICHELS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN FIELDON CEM, WITH GRAVESIDE MILITARY RITES BY AMERICAN LEGION POST #492 AND VFW POST #4528O. Memorials may be given to FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, KIDNEY RESEARCH AND THE HEART ASSOC.

Everett Charles VanAusdoll, 65, DIED NOV 2, 1953. HE RESIDED SEVERAL MILES NE OF JERSEYVILLE, AND WAS FATALLY STRICKEN WITH A HEART ATTACK WHILE WORKING IN A FIELD AT HIS FARM. OTHERS IN THE FIELD, AT A DISTANCE, INCLUDING MRS VANAUSDOLL, SAW HIM LYING ON THE GROUND AND DEATH OCCURRED BEFORE MEDICAL AID COULD BE SUMMONED. HE WAS THE SON OF THE LATE CHARLES & RENA (GOWINS) VANAUSDOLL AND WAS BORN IN JERSEY CO, SEPT 18, 1888. SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, MARY V VANAUSDOLL; 2 DAU, MRS PAULINE ABBOTT OF ZION, IL AND MISS MARLENE VANAUSDOLL, KANE; 5 SONS, CHARLES A, JERSEYVILLE, TRUMAN OF RIVER ROUGE, MI, WILLIE W, FIFELDON; A1/C DONALD L VANAUSDOLL, STATIONED AT CRAIG AIR FORCE BASE, SELMA, ALA, AND DARRELL D, KANE; 3 GRANDCHILDREN; 1 BRO, OTIS VANAUSDOLL OF GRAFTON AND 1 SIS, MRS ADA HOOPER OF JERSEYVILLE. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE MODERN WOODMAN OF AMERICA LODGE IN GRAFTON.

Lee VanFossen, 85, FORMERLY OF PIASA, DIED MAY 6, 1985, AT HIS HOME IN GREENFIELD. SERVICES WERE HELD AT WARNER-TARGHETTA FUNERAL HOME IN MEDORA WITH HARRIET WAINRIGHT OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN ST FRANCIS CEM, JERSEYVILLE. THE FARMER WAS BORN IN HARVEL, SON OF THE LATE ROBERT & LUCRETIA (MATTHEWS) VANFOSSEN. HE HAD SERVED ON THE JERSEY CO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AT ONE TIME. HE MARRIED KATHRYN (MOORE) VANFOSSEN ON MAY 10, 1926; SHE D OCT 27, 1938. SURVIVING ARE 2 DAU, MARY BOND, MILWAUKEE, WIS AND MARGARET HERNDERSON, CHESTERFIELD, MO; 1 SON, ROBERT OF GREENFIELD; 3 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 2 BRO, D F OF E ALTON AND MARION OF ALTON. Memorials may be given to THE PIASA METHODIST CHURCH.

Mrs. Sarah Cummings VanHorne, WIFE OF GEORGE H VAN HORNE, SR., DIED AT HOME IN JERSEYVILLE, DEC 30, 1919 AT AGE 52. FUNERAL WAS HELD AT HOME, REV JAMES A SAGER OF EDWARDSVILLE AND REV F O WILSON OFFICIATED. BURIAL WAS IN OAK GROVE CEM. SHE LEAVES HER HUSBAND, 1 SON, GEORGE H VAN HORNE, JR.; A STEP-SON, COLUMBUS VAN HORNE, FORT WORTH, TX.; A DAU, MISS PHOEBE VAN HORNE, 3 BRO, FRANK AND HARRY CUMMINGS, JERSEYVILLE, AND THOMAS H CUMMINGS, ROODHOUSE. THE MOTHER, MRS PHOEBE CUMMINGS, DIED DEC 12th.

Catherine VanLieu, 71, DIED AT HOME. MISS VAN LIEU WAS THE LAST MEMBER OF THE JEREMIAN VAN LIEU FAMILY LIVING. HER NEAREST RELATIVE SURVIVING, BEING THE FAMILY OF HER BRO FRED VAN LIEU IN BEATRICE, NEB. THE FUNERAL WAS HELD IN THE HOME BY REV J G KLENE(?). SHE WAS THE DAU OF JEREMIAH VAN LIEU WHO DIED IN 1876 AND MARGARET VAN LIEU WHO DIED IN 1877. SHE WAS BORN IN NJ, MARCH 20, 1832 AND CAME TO JERSEY CO WHEN 6 YRS OLD. FUNERAL JAN 1, 1904. PALL BEARERS: JUDGE WHITE, E B SHAFTER, GEORGE VAN HORNE, JOHN KEEHNER, A H COCHRAN, JOEL E CORY, WALTER CORY AND ED CROSS. OUT OF TOWN PERSONS, WHO ATTENDED THE FUNERAL WERE: MRS MARY VAN LIEU , JOHN VAN LIEU AND MRS JOHN SMITH ALL OF BEATRICE, NEB. MR AND MRS R F MILLS OF KANSAS CITY. MRS HENRY CARKHUFF AND MISS ELLA OF ROODHOUSE, AND MRS E A COOK OF UPPER ALTON.

Russell Leroy VanMeter, 68, OF RR1, JERSEYVILLE WAS PRONOUNCED DOA AT 8:25 PM NOV 30, 1973 AT JERSEY COMM HOSP AFTER SUFFERING AN APPARENT HEART ATTACK. A DAIRYMAN AND JERSEY BREEDER, HE WAS BORN AUG 17, 1905 A SON OF MARK AND MAUDE (HANDLIN) VAN METER. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, MRS EDITH (LIFFETS) VAN METER; 2 SONS, RUSSELL LEROY OF FRORISANT, MO, AND RICHARD OF JERSEYVILLE; 1 DAU, MRS GEORGE (MARGARET) BOPP OF HOLIDAY, FLA; HIS MOTHER MRS MAUDE VAN METER OF ALTON; 10 GRANDCHILDREN; 2 BROS, RAYMOND OF ALTON AND RALPH OF WHITE HALL; AND 1 SIS, MRS TED WINSLOW OF JERSEYVILLE. FINAL SERVICES WERE HELD AT Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville, MON AFT DEC 3, WITH THE REV A A LEDEBUHR OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN OAK GROVE CEM. VISITATION WAS HELD AT JACOBY FUNERAL HOME.

Elmer P. “Huck” Varble, 61, OF JERSEYVILLE, DIED JAN 7, 1986 IN AN ALTON HOSP. HE WAS BORN JULY 27, 1924, IN CALHOUN CO TO GEORGE AND IONA (WILKINS) VARBLE. HE MARRIED HIS WIFE, BETTY, ON JUNE 22, 1952. HE WAS A CARPENTER AND FISHERMAN. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: HIS WIFE BETTY OF JERSEYVILLE; 2 SONS ELMER EUGENE VARBLE OF FIELDON AND FRANK VARBLE OF WEST HARRISON, IND; 4 DAU, GLENDA FINDLEY AND BECKY VARBLE, BOTH OF EAST ALTON, JANET WELLER OF JERSEYVILLE AND NANCY VARBLE AT HOME; 2 BRO FRANK VARBLE OF EAST HARDIN AND MELVIN VARBLE OF WILLIAMSBURG, VA; 4 SIS, THELMA SPRONG, OF HAMBURG, HELEN SWISHER AND MARGIE WARREN BOTH OF SHIPMAN, AND VELMA VARBLE OF WHITE HALL; AND 13 GRANDCHILDREN. VISITATION WAS JAN 19, AT Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville, AND THE FUNERAL WAS THERE JAN 10, WITH THE REV R E GEORGE OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN THE HARDIN CEM. A MEMORIAL HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO THE AMERICAN SOC.

Lewis Varble, DIED AT A HOSP IN LANCASTER, CA, AUG 18. THE REMAINS WILL BE BROUGHT TO JERSEYVILLE FOR VISITATION AND SERVICES AT Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville. REV GAROLD COPPER OFFICIATED AT GRAVESIDE RITES. VARBLE WAS BORN AT KANE, JUNE 27, 1916, THE SON OF GEORGE H & SALEMMA (LEWIS) VARBLE. HE WAS A FORMER MERCHANT IN KANE AND WAS EMPLOYED AS AN AUTO SALESMAN IN CALIFORNIA. SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, RACHAEL (WITT) VARBLE; HIS MOTHER; 2 SONS, WILLIAM VARBLE, ALTON AND ROBERT VARBLE OF LANCASTER, CA; 2 DAU, MRS LYLE (BARBRA) GWYTHER, SACRAMENTO, CA, AND MISS BEVERLY VARBLE, SAN DIEGO, CA; 1 SIS, OLETA JOHNSTON, LAPUENTE, CA AND 2 GRANDCHILDREN. Memorials may be given to LANCASTER COMM HOSP CARDIAC UNIT AS MEMORIAL.

Marlon S. Varble, 72, OF JERSEYVILLE WERE CONDUCTED SUN AFT AT THE PEACE UNITED CHURCH BY THE REV ROBERT BROEDER WITH BURIAL IN OAK GROVE CEM. HE DIED AT 5:30 PM MAY 19, 1983, AT JERSEY COMM HOSP AFTER ABOUT 6 MO ON ILLNESS. HE WAS BORN NOV 3, 1910 IN GREENE CO, SON OF THE LATE CHARLES PRESTON AND ANNA CATHERINE (TUEY) VARBLE. VARBLE RETIRED IN 1975 AS A RAILROAD MAINTENANCE WORKER FOR THE ILL CENTRAL GULF RAILROAD AFT 29 YRS SERVICE. HIS SURVIVORS ARE HIS WIFE, THE FORMER FLOSSIE HANELINE; 3 DAU, JOYCE VAUGHN, FLORISSANT, MO, BRENDA GRESS AND LAURA CRONE OF JERSEYVILLE; 4 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 1 BRO, ORAN VARBLE OF CARROLLTON. HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS AND 3 BRO. THE BUILDING FUND OF THE PEACE UNITED CHURCH OF WHICH HE WAS A MEMBER WAS NAMED AS A MEMORIAL. ARRANGEMENTS WERE FROM Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville.

SERVICES FOR Paul E. Varble, 43, 1I56 DOLAN LANE, JERSEYVILLE WERE CONDUCTED SAT AFT AT Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville, BY THE REV WILLIAM ELDER WITH BURIAL IN OAK GROVE CEM. HE DIED UNEXPECTEDLY AT 2:09 AM APR 20, 1982, AT CHRISTIAN HOSP NORTHEAST, ST LOUIS. HE WAS BORN JUNE 9, 1939, IN EAST HARDIN, THE SON OF THE LATE GEORGE AND IONE (WILKENS) VARBLE AND WAS A CONSTRUCTION LABORER. HIS SURVIVORS ARE HIS WIFE, THE FORMER CAROL WILINZIG WHOM HE MARRIED JULY 15, 1967 IN JERSEYVILLE; 2 SONS AND 2 DAUGH. WILLIAM, MICHAEL, PAULA AND RUTH ANN VABLE, ALL AT HOME; 3 BRO, ELMER VARBLE OF JERSEYVILLE. FRANK OF EAST HARDIN AND MELVIN OF WILLIAMSBURG VA; 4 SIS HELEN SWISHER AND MARGIE WARREN OF SHIPMAN. THELMA SPRONG OF HAMBURG AND VELMA RAY OF CARROLLTON. THE BUILDING FUND OF THE BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH OF WHICH HE WAS A MEMBER WAS DESIGNATED AS A MEMORIAL.

Phyllis Ann Varbel, 50, OF RR3, JERSEYVILLE, FORMERLY OF THE ELDRED AND CARROLLTON AREA, DIED UNEXPECTEDLY AT 3:15 PM MARCH 14, 1981, AT CHRISTIAN NORTH EAST HOSP, ST LOUIS WHERE SHE WAS TAKEN AFTER BECOMING ILL WHILE ATTENDING A SHOWER FRI EVE. MRS VARBLE WAS A BOOKKEEPER AND SEC AT JERSEY COMM HIGH SCHOOL, SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN JERSEYVILLE. BORN JUNE 6, 1930 IN GREENE CO SHE WAS A DAU OF THE LATE FRANK AND VELMA (STANDRIDGE) MELOW. SHE MARRIED WALTER VARBLE DEC 10, 1949; HE D OCT 23, 1979. SHE IS SURVIVED BY 4 DAU, SHARON POWERS, CAROL SMITH, BARBARA SCHMIEDER AND NANCY VARBLE, ALL OF JERSEYVILLE; 4 GRANDCHILDREN; 2 SIS, BONNIE McGLASSON OF ELDRED AND PATRICIA ERLINGER OF CARLYLE. VISITATION WILL BE FROM 4-9 PM MON AT AIRSMAN-HIRES FUNERAL HOME IN CARROLLTON AND UNTIL 11:30 AM TUES. THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE FROM 1 PM TUES AT THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN JERSEYVILLE UNTIL TIME OF SERVICES AT 2 PM. REV R E GEORGE WILL OFFICIATE AND BURIAL WILL BE IN THE MT GILEAD CEM SOUTHWEST OF CARROLLTON. THE CANTON NURSING CENTER AT CANTON HAS BEEN NAMED AS A MEMORIAL.

FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD IN KAMPSVILLE FOR Harry J. Vetter, 23, WHO WAS PRONOUNCED DOA AT THE CALHOUN MEDICAL CENTER IN HARDIN FOLLOWING A CAR ACCIDENT AT 12:30 AM, TUES ABOUT 1 1/4 MILES WEST OF RT 100 NEAR THE JOE SEVIER HOME. DENNIS R HULL, 26 OF KAMPSVILLE, WHO WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED, WAS TAKEN TO ALTON. ACCORDING TO STATE POLICE REPORT THE CAR WENT OUT OF CONTROL ON A CURVE, OVERTURNED AND BURNED BOTH OCCUPANTS WERE THROWN FROM THE VEHICLE. HE WAS BORN IN CARROLLTON ON DEC 24, 1949 THE SON OF BERNARD H AND EVELYN (BECKER) VETTER. A VETERAN OF VIETNAM, MR VETTER WAS EMPLOYED BY ROSE BARGE LINES. SURVIVING ARE HIS PARENTS; 4 BRO, ALL OF KAMPSVILLE; AND 6 SISTERS, INCLUDING MRS FRED GILMAN OF FIELDON. [May 1973]

Olin J. “Pappy” Vetter, 72, OF ALTON, DIED AT 1:20 THURS, OCT 9, 1986, AT HIS RESIDENCE, AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS. HE WAS BORN IN CALHOUN CO, A SON OF THE LATE JOHN AND ROSE (CURTISS) VETTER. HE WAS AN OPERATOR IN THE BRASS MILL AT OLIN CORP. FOR 34 YRS, RETIRING IN 1973. SURVIVING, ARE HIS WIFE, THE FORMER LOUISE KRUEGER; 4 DAU, JOANN COLE AND DIXIE HAMMOCK, BOTH OF ALTON, OLINDA FRIEMAN OF MEADOWBROOK AND ROLLYNDA FREEMAN OF ZEIGLER, ILL; 8 GRANDCHILDREN; 10 G-GRANDCHILDREN; 2 SISTERS RUBY KREMER OF MILTON AND JUNE SQUIER OF CARTHAGE; AND 4 BRO, SEIBERT VETTER OF EAST ALTON, AUDREY AND FLOYD VETTER, BOTH OF CARROLLTON, AND TUNNEY VETTER OF PLEASANT HILL. VISITATION WILL BE FROM 5-9 PM MON AT GRAY FUNERAL HOME IN WOOD RIVER, WHERE SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT 11 AM TUES WITH REV WAYNE R VINSON OFFICIATING. BURIAL WILL BE AT SUMMIT GROVE CEM. IN KAMPSVILLE. MEMORIALS MAY BE GIVEN TO THE EVANGEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH IN ALTON.

J. W. Vinson, 78, LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF JERSEY CO AND PROMINENT PIONEERS OF LITTLE JERSEY DIED AT HOME ON PLEASANT ST. BORN APR 22, 1839 ON A FARM IN THAT PART OF GREENE CO. THAT NOW IS JERSEY CO. AT THE AGE OF 12, HE WAS THROWN UPON HIS OWN RESOURCES FOR A LIVELIHOOD. HIS OPPORTUNITIES WERE LIMITED, BUT HE SET BRAVELY TO WORK, RECOGNIZING THAT THE FIRST DUTY HE OWED TO HIMSELF WAS TO SECURE AN EDUCATION. HE ATTENDED PUBLIC SCHOOL, AND AT 16 OBTAINED A FIRST GRADE TEACHER'S CERTIFICATE. FROM THIS TIME UNTIL HE WAS 24 HE TAUGHT IN COUNTRY SCHOOLS OF THE COUNTY. AT THE SAME TIME HE CONTINUED HIS STUDIES, PRINCIPALLY IN PRIVATE BUT AT INTERVALS HE ATTENDED SHURTLEFF COLLEGE. OWING TO HIS THOROUGH TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE MR VINSON BECAME A FIRM FRIEND OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM. FOR 14 CONSECUTIVE YRS HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF JERSEYVILLE, AND IT WAS IN PART THROUGH HIS INFLUENCE THAT THE SCHOOLS OF THAT PLACE HAVE BEEN ADVANCED TO THEIR PRESENT HIGH POSITION. FOR 20 CONSECUTIVE YRS HE WAS IDENTIFIED WITH THE EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS, SERVING AS A MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD, AT TIMES BEING THE PRESIDENT OF SAME. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE FIRST CITY SCHOOL BOARD THAT EMPLOYED THE LATE PROF J PIKE AND ORGANIZED OUR SYSTEM. IN 1864 HE WAS HEAD OF JERSEYVILLE FLOURING MILLS, AGENT OF SEVERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES, SPECIAL AGENT AND ADJUSTER FOR LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO, FROM 1884-1892. SINCE 1892 HE HAS BEEN WITH THE TRADER'S INS CO. OF CHICAGO, HIS FIELD BEING MO AND SOUTHERN ILL. HE WAS A MASON FOR 30 YRS. MARRIED IN SPRINGFIELD, SEPT 12, 1861 TO MARY STARKWEATHER. LEAVES WIDOW AND 4 DAU: MRS LULU VINSON FRAZIER OF VENICE, CALIF, MRS WEBSTER ALDERSON OF LOS ANGELES, CALIF, MRS GEORGE D POGUE OF ST LOUIS, MO AND MRS BRANCH STATION OF ASHLAND, KY. FUNERAL FROM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BY REV NEELEY. MASONIC SERVICES CONDUCTED AT CHURCH, BY JERSEYVILLE LODGE NO 394 AF & AM. BURIAL IN OAK GROVE CEM.

THE FUNERAL OF Leonard F. Vinyard, 50, OF 409 McGILL ST, JERSEYVILLE WILL BE HELD AT 1:30 PM TUES AT THE CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH THE REV BOYD GOODSON OFFICIATING. BURIAL WILL BE IN THE CARROLLTON CITY CEMETERY. HE DIED AT 2:33 PM JAN 25, 1981, AT GREENWOOD MANOR NURSING HOME. BORN IN CARROLLTON, HE WAS A SON OF ARCHIE AND NORA (KANE) VINYARD. HIS SURVIVORS ARE HIS WIFE, THE FORMER MARY STOCKS; FATHER; 4 BRO, WILLIAM, INDEPENDENCE, MO, THOMAS, CARROLLTON, EARL, ELDRED AND MIKE, HOGANSVILLE, GA; 2 SIS ROSELLA KRAUSHAAR AND MELBA ISRINGHAUSEN OF JERSEYVILLE. VISITATION FROM 4-9 PM MON AT JACOBY FUNERAL HOME.

Mary F. Vinyard, 70, OF JERSEYVILLE, DIED MARCH 7, 1986, AT ST LUKE'S WEST IN ST LOUIS CO. SHE WAS BORN NOV 15, 1915, TO THE LATE ROBERT AND ANNA (WHITLOCK) STOCKS. SHE MARRIED LEONARD F VINYARD, AND HE DIED JAN 25, 1981. SURVIVORS INCLUDE HER BROTHER, ROBERT STOCKS OF JERSEYVILLE. VISITATION WAS MARCH 10 AT Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville. THE FUNERAL WAS MARCH 10 AT THE FUNERAL HOME WITH CHARLES REISER OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN CARROLLTON CITY CEM.

William G. Voiles, 79, DIED HERE THIS AM AT THE HOME OF HIS SON, FLORUS VOILES, FOLLOWING A LONG PERIOD OF ILL HEALTH. HE HAD BEEN BED FAST FOR ABOUT 2 WKS. THE FUNERAL WILL BE HELD SUN AFT AT 2 PM AT SIMPSON FUNERAL HOME, THE REV REISS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WILL BE IN THE RUSSELL CEM NORTH OF ELDRED. VOILES WAS BORN JAN 1, 1862 IN GREENE CO TENN, THE SON OF PHILIP AND CHARITY VOILES. HE CAME TO GREENE CO AT AGE OF 7, AND SPENT MANY YRS IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE CO. HE AND MISS GUSSIE SPENCER WERE MARRIED JAN 1 1885. SHE DIED IN DEC 1913. THE FAMILY MOVED TO WYANDOTTE, OKLA IN 1907. SURVIVING HIM ARE 4 CHILDREN, FLORUS OF THIS CITY ; LYNN, MISS LEOLINE, MRS LEONICE MORGAN, WYANDOTTE, OKLA, ALSO A TWIN BRO, JOHN OF GUYMAN OKLA., 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 G-GRANDCHILDREN. [19 Apr 1941]

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