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Obituary of Jasper Wingo

Jasper Wingo was born in Buffalo, Dallas County, Missouri, January 8th, 1897, living there about five years. He served three years in the U.S.Infantry at Alcatraz Island. California, as prison guard, and afterward was three years in Washington D.C. and the Philipine Islands.

He came to Supply October 13, 1912. He married to MissOllie McDowel Nov 12,1912 and has been aresidence here ever since.

To this union five children were born, three girls and two boys; Melva 13, Boby who died in infancy and Verda age 6.

His mother, died September 13, ten years ago, one brother died in infancy and the oldest brother William C. died in August 1920, falling at his post of duty while stacking wheat.

Mr Wingo is survived by his wife and four children; father, one brother Somoman, Fall City, Oregon; three sisters Mrs Amanda Breon, Fall City Oregon; Mrs Mildred Cook, Cheerokee, Oklahoma and Mrs Lila Hust, Supply, Oklahoma.

He was a highly respected citizen, a loving father and husband and held in esteem by a host of friends.

He died at Fargo Oklahoma June 22, 1927.

We are sure that we can express the deepest and sincerest sympathy of this entire community and ask the Loving Father's best blessing and guidance for this good wife and mother in this hour and in the trying hours and days to come, in caring for and rearing this family.

Funeral services were held Friday afternoom, June 24th at the home, Rev T M Ransom, of Supply, delivering the words of consolation, after which the body was tenderly laid to rest in the Mt Olive cemetery.

The large circle of sympathizing friends who were present to help in any way possible express the popularity of Mr Wingo in his comunity.


We wish to thank our kind friends for their assistance and sympathy extended to us during this sad hour of bereavement and also for the many beautiful floral offerings.

Mrs Jap Wingo and children,

I.J. Wingo

Mrs Seth Cook

Mrs Henry Hurst

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