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ELLIS COUNTY CAPITAL
ARNETT, OKLAHOMA
MAY 23, 1913
IN REMEMBRANCE OF MRS. RILEY MCNUTT

Ada McNutt, wife of Riley McNutt, was born March 22nd, 1894. Died May 14, 1913 in the hospital at Higgins, Texas, age 19 years 1 month and 20 days.

She was converted and joined the South Methodist Church at Allmon in 1905 under the ministry of W. P. Meador and since that time has, as best she could, lived a Christian life. She was married to Riley McNutt Nov. 25, 1911.

The funeral services were held in the Tierce Chapel May 15th, Rev. Meador presiding, after which her body was laid to rest in the Allmon Cemetery. The deceased leaves a husband, two brothers and one sister to mourn her loss.

Ada has been a sufferer for several months and death come only as a sweet relief. Although this dear one has "gone to that home from which no traveler ever return" and our hearts are lonely without her, yet there is consolation in the fact that if we live in this world as God wished, we can some day go to her and in the dawning of the morning be a reunited family in a world where death never comes.


Submitted by: Gordon Richard


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