Woodward County Obituaries

Pearl Edna (Hall) Wells
25 Sep 1882 - 07 Apr 1962

Woodward Daily Press
09 Apr 1962 Page 1

Mrs. H. E. Wells Dies Saturday

Funeral Services Are Slated Tuesday

Mrs. A. E. Wells, Rt 1, died Saturday night in Memorial hospital following a months illness.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First Methodist church. The Rev. George Parkhurst will officiate and burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery under direction of Stecher Mortuary.

Pearl Edna Hall was born in Iowa on Sept. 25, 1882. She came to Woodward county in 1902 and on Jan. 11, 1904 was married to A. E. Wells. She was a member of the Pleasant Jewell Home Demonstration club and Methodist church.

Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, the Rev. Clyde Wells, Ansley, Neb., and Harold Wells, Woodward; two daughters, Mrs. Olene Sober, Oklahoma City and Mrs. Juanita Staats, Liberal; one sister, Mrs. Sadie Pflum, Woodward, and 14 grandchildren.

Transcribers Note: Woodward County Marriage Records indicate in book 2, page 488, they were married 11 Jan 1905. Headline in newspaper says Mrs. H. E. Wells

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