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APRIL 25, 1947
Carl Arley Stout

Carl Arley Stout was born December 20, 1925, and was killed by the Tornado at Higgins, Texas, on Wednesday, April 9, 1947. Arley was 21 years, 3 months and 19 days of age. He was born and raised on a farm thirteen miles southwest of Higgins, Texas.

He spent all of his schools days at the Bishop School except his last year when he graduated fro Shattuck High School.

He enlisted in the United Sates Navy in May 1944, and served two years in the Pacific Theatre of Operations.

He leaves to mourn his death: His father and mother, Mr. And Mrs. Floyd Stout; two brothers, Otis Stout of Shattuck, Oklahoma and Leston Stout of Lancaster, Calif; two sisters Mrs. Paul Clark of Monmouth Beach , M. J. and Donna Vea Stout of Higgins, Texas his grandparents, Mr. And Mrs. Austin Eggleston, and a host of relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church in Shattuck on Friday, April 11, and burial was made in the Shattuck Cemetery.

Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider

Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society


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