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ELLIS COUNTY CAPITAL
ARNETT, OKLAHOMA
THURSDAY SEPT. 25, 1958
Services for Robert K. Smith Held Wed.

Funeral services for Robert Kenneth Smith, 59, were held Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist Church in Arnett. He had suffered a stroke and was in a wheel chair for nearly two years. He was taken to the rest home in Higgins, Tex., after his wife and was there three days when he called his son, Raymond to come for him as he wanted to return home. He passed away Friday night soon after they returned Mrs. Smith was in the home of their daughter Lucille in Tulsa at the time where she was recovering from the operation.

Bob was born at Askaloose, Kans. and at an early age moved to Arnett and later married Delia Mae Love. Their six children were born and reared here. Surviving are his wife , three sons, Charles Melvin, Leonard Eugene and Raymond of Arnett; two daughter, Eunice Lucille Gougler, and Shirley, Tulsa other relatives and friends.

Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider

Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society



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