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Emma Dorothea Feese Baker
05 Aug 1899 - 08 Feb 1970
Woodward Daily Press
09 Feb 1970, Pg 1

 

Services Set for Mrs. Baker

Mrs. Emma Feese Baker, 70, 402 Seventh street, Woodward, died early Sunday in Community Hospital, Mooreland following a few day's illness.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the First Presbyterian church. The Rev. E. Raymond Heglin, pastor of the church will officiate and burial under the direction of the Stecher mortuary will be in Elmwood cemetery.

Emma Niemeir was born at Little Rock, Mo., on August 5, 1899. In 1901 she came with her parents to a farm south of Tangier where she lived until she married W. O. Feese on September 24, 1933. He preceded her in death on October 9, 1947. On October 14, 1952 she married Sidney Baker and he survives. She was a member of the Presbyterian church.

Besides her husband, Sidney, Woodward, she is survived by five step-sons, George and James Feese, Woodward; Wylie Feese, Pampa, Tex., Dwight Feese, Barltesville, and Clyde Lee Feese, San Antonio, Tex.; five step-daughters, Mrs. Cecil West, borger, Tex.; Mrs. Helen Wade, Cordell, Okla., Mrs. Don Biggers, Beaver, Okla., Mrs. Pauline Thomas and Mrs. Bonita Rhinesmith, Silver City, N. M.; two brothers, W. F. "Bill" Niemeir, Shattuck, and Fred Niemeir, Pampa, Tex.; and four sisters, Hilda Niemeir and Melie "Madge" Niemeir, Woodward, Mrs. Lydia Hilbert, Phillips, Tex., and Mrs. Katie Taylor, North Miami, Fla.

 

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