Funeral services for Agnes Daugherty, 73 year old rural Gage resident, was Wednesday, July 29, 2004 at 10:30 A. M. in the Woodward Church of the Nazarene. Officiating minister was Pastor Rick Floyd. Cremation will follow the service. Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson's Good Samaritan Funeral Service of Woodward.
Agnes Velma Daughtery was born November 17, 1930 at Selman, Oklahoma to Isaac and Elizabeth (Ring) Dies. She grew up in the Selman community, where she attended school, graduating from the Selman High School.
In 1949, while working at the Gage sundry, she met Wayne Latta and they were married at Gage. To this union two children were born; Mike and Cathy. Agnes worked as a true farm wife, assisting Wayne with the chores as well as making her home a place of happiness. In February of 1968 Wayne died, after a long battle with diabetes. Agnes then began an active roll as a hairdresser and later became the owner of the Woodward Beauty College. In February of 1974 she was married to Bill Daughtery of New Mexico. They were together for fifteen years, before Bill's death in July of 1989.
Agnes enjoyed sewing, crocheting, needlepoint and reading. She also liked to spend time in the outdoors, where she had a garden and found time to take walks in the countryside, enjoying nature. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren gave her much delight, and many a fond memory of happy times together will be cherished by her family.
Mrs. Daughtery passed from this life Saturday, July 24, 2004. She was 73 years of age at the time of her death. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husbands.
Surviving to honor her memory include her children, Mike Latta and wife Sharon of Fargo; Cathy Rhinehart and husband Nick of Oklahoma City; seven grandchildren, Jake Latta, April and Guillermo Miranda, Rachel and Cory Jones, Jeff Haydon, Lesley Mustain, Tommy Rhinehart and LaRisa Rhinehart; six great grandchildren, Ricardo, Antonio and Miguel Miranda, Morgan Latta, Teagon Jones and baby boy Jones, soon to be born; Two sisters, Alice Dart of Kansas City Missouri and Dorothy Sayers of Fort Worth, Texas; three bothers, Richard Dies and wife Nona of Selman, Harry Dies and wife Jan of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and Donald Dies of Phoenix, Arizona; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.
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Submitted by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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