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Curtis Lucine Dye, was born at Penrock, Ohio, September 2nd, 1862. Died at his home in Arnett, Oklahoma, November 16th 1917, aged 55 years, 2 months and 14 days. He was married September 24th 1885, to Miss Anna E. Jones, of Clarksburg, Missouri. To this union was born seven children two of whom died in infancy, in Missouri, and Maud E., who died after their removal to Oklahoma.
He came with his family in 1908 to Arnett, Oklahoma, where he resided until death. He was converted at the age of 22 years near Grant City, Missouri, he united with the Grant City Baptist church in 1903, of which church he was a member until his death.
He leaves a wife Annie E. Dye, and four daughters, Verda L. Rumfelt, Gladys and Neil Dye, of Arnett, Oklahoma, and Alma Butler of Shattuck, Oklahoma, and an aged father Morgan J. Dye, and one sister, Mrs. Lois Weigart, of Grant City, Missouri, and one brother, Carlton Wallace Dye, of Sublette, Kansas, also a host of other relatives and friends.
"He dwells today with loved ones gone before."
Funeral services at the Baptist church November 17th at 2:00 P.M., address by Rev. Butler, of Shattuck, assisted by Pastor Fagala, Text:--"All the days of my appointed time will I wait till my change come" – Job 14:1-4.
Mr. Dye was a good neighbor and had a host of friends and it was the writers privilege to be one of that number; he was a carpenter and followed that honorable occupation through all the last years of his life. He was the husband and father of a noble family, may the Lord bless them in this great sorrow, and may his blessings rest with this family, father, brother and Sister. —T. A. Butler
Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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