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|Oklahoma State Register|
|April 12, 1934|
Frank Bond, son of Frank and Eva Bond was born in Scott City, Kansas, March 18, 1892
In 1889 with his mother, he removed to Guthrie, Oklahoma, where he resided until the time of his death, on March 20, 1934.
He attended the Guthrie Public schools, being graduated from the Logan county high school in 1910. He continued his education in Business College.
In 1917 he answered the call of his country, serving in the office of Chief Ordinance Officer at Tours, France.
On his return home, he accepted an appointment to complete an un-expired term as deputy in the County Treasurer's office. He was twice elected to the office of County Treasurer, in 1920 and again in 1924.
Frank Bond was a member of the American Legion. He served as adjutant in the Le Bron post in 1923-1924. He was a Mason, belonging to Albert Pike Lodge No. 162, A. F. and A. M. He was a member of the Presbyterian church affiliating with the church in Guthrie in 1903.
He is survived by his mother Mrs. Eva Bond, and a niece, Peggy Often.
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