J. Wayne Bourne
J. Wayne Bourne, 72, of Route 1, Winfield, died Nov. 6, 1997, at Via
Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus, in Wichita.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Miles Funeral Service, Winfield.
Interment will be in the Wilmot cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral
home from noon until 9 p.m. on Sunday.
Memorials have been established in his name for Grandview United Methodist
Church, and for Hospice, Inc. Contributions may be made through the church
or funeral home.
Bourne was born Feb. 22, 1925, on a farm in Kay County, Okla., to Wiley
and Mina Evans Bourne. He received his early education in Kay County schools,
moving to the Burden area as a youth with his parents and family in 1936.
He was employed as a young man with Melvin Lewis Trucking Co., Burden,
and he was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Army.
In 1945, he was married to Betty Powers. The couple resided in the
Burden community, and were later divorced.
He was employed as an auto mechanic at both the Lewis and Parrish Chevrolet
Agencies in Burden, moving to Winfield in 1965. He was employed in Winfield
as a mechanic for D & D Farm Equipment Co., retiring in 1989.
On Jan. 6, 1969, he married Betty Lewis Tucker at First United Methodist
Church in Winfield.
He was a member of Grandview Methodist Church, and he was affiliated
with the Cherokee Camping Club.
Survivors include: his wife, of the home; a son, Richard Bourne; two
daughters, Carol Scott, Austin, Texas, and Jan Drennan, Winfield; two step-daughters
Sheryl Clower and Dena Youle, both of Winfield; six sisters, Audrey Graham,
Sand Springs, Okla., Betty Ryan, Guthrie, Okla., Lula McMinn, Burden; Wanda
Olmstead, Roseville, Calif., Alice Powell, Wrens, Ga., and Pat Gregory,
Lake Havasu, Ariz.; 12 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren.
His brother, Voyd Bourne, preceded him in death.
Services for J. Wayne Bourne, 72, who died Nov. 6, 1997, were held
at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 10 in Colonial Chapel of Miles Funeral Service. The
Revs. Connie Wooldridge and Phyllis Provost officiated. Burial was in Wilmot
Richard Clower sang "Precious Memories," and Stephen Butler performed
"Goin' Home." Instrumentalists were Rose Marie Watt, Stephen Butler and
Casket bearers were Chad Brothers, Stephen Butler, Marc and Tim Hatfield,
Bradley and D.J. McMinn, Rob Schmidt, David Allen VanSickle and Josh Youle.
Memorials have been established with Grandview United Methodist Church
and Hospice Inc.
GRANDVIEW, Wash. - Eulalia Mattocks, 83, of Grandview, died Nov. 3,
1997, at Orchard House in Grandview.
Funeral services were held Friday at the Smith Funeral Home, Grandview.
Burial was at West Hills Memorial Park, Yakima.
A memorial has been established in her name with the Lower Valley Hospice,
in care of the funeral home.
She was born March 31, 1914, in Woodbine, to Charles Johnson and Ella
Holt Johnson. She married Albia T. Mattocks June 28, 1932, at Council Grove.
They moved to Yakima, Wash., in 1966, after living in Cedar Vale and Grenola
for many years.
She moved to Grandview in 1986.
She was a member of the VFW Auxillary Post 6929, Grandview, the Royal
Neighbors of America, and the Lower Valley Emblem Club No. 353.
Survivors include: four children, Charles Ervin Mattocks, Grandview,
Lynn Davis Mattocks, Menifee, Calif., Carolyn Faye Hill, Grenola, and Nila
Nanette Webster, Roseburg, Ore.; 12 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, two sisters
and two grandchildren.
BURDEN - Alma S. Tatum, 88, longtime Burden resident, died Nov. 8,
1997, at William Newton Memorial Hospital in Winfield.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Burden United Methodist
Church. The Rev. Sheila Ratzlaff will officiate. Burial will be in Grand
Friends may call at Miles Funeral Service from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Memorials have been established with the Burden United Methodist Church
and Burden Chapter 128 Order of Eastern Star. Contributions can be made
through the church or funeral home.
Tatum was born Aug. 4, 1909, near Princeton, to Josiah and Sarah (Morris)
Neill. She attended schools in Montana, California, Washington and Kansas
before the family moved to the Burden area when she was 14.
On Sept. 5, 1929, she married William L. "Bill" Tatum in Wichita. They
lived and worked on the Tatum family farm throughout their marriage. He
died Dec. 28, 1996.
Tatum was a longtime member of the Burden United Methodist Church and
a member of Burden Chapter 128 OES for over 60 years. She was also affiliated
with the United Methodist Women, an Extension Homemakers Unit and the N.G.
Survivors include two sons, Robert N. Tatum, Burden, and Carl Tatum,
Dexter; a daughter, Jo Hafenstein, Burden; a brother, Dan Neill, Oregon;
eight grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
DERBY - John Griffith Robinson, 62, of Derby, died Nov. 8, 1997, in
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Smith Mortuary. Burial will
be in El Paso Cemetery in Derby.
Friends may call at the funeral home until 8 tonight and from 9 a.m.
to noon Tuesday.
Memorials have been established with the Kidney Foundation, Southwestern
College and Goodwill Industries.
Robinson was born Oct. 23, 1935, at Bucklin, to John Hamilton and Lois
Robinson. He married Sue Murrell.
A retired counselor, he was a member of the First United Methodist
Church of Winfield.
Survivors include his wife, Sue Robinson, Derby; a son, Ronald John
Robinson, Germany; a daughter, Patricia Sue Robinson, Philadelphia; a sister,
Mary Helen Hopponen, Brookings, S.D.; and one grandchild.
ARKANSAS CITY - Lisa Kaye Johnson, 37, of Arkansas City, died Nov.
8, 1997, in William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Zion Community Church,
two miles west of Arkansas City on U.S. 166 and two miles south. Burial
will be in Hope Cemetery.
Friends may call at Hawks Funeral Home until 9 tonight.
A memorial has been established with the church and with Special Olympics.
Contributions can be made through the funeral home.
Johnson was born Dec. 27, 1959, in Danville, Ill., to Wilbur Smith
and Imalee Blanche (Barrick) Johnson. The family lived in West Lebanon,
Ind., until 1963 when they moved to Minneola. They moved to Arkansas City
Johnson was a member of the Christian Church. She attended Mount Zion
Community Church and traveled with her parents throughout the United States
with their Faith Alive Ministry.
She had attended schools in Dodge City and Winfield.
Survivors include her parents, Wilbur and Imalee Johnson, Arkansas
City; a brother, W. Galen Johnson, Argillite, Ky.; two sisters, Dr. Teresa
F. Johnson, Winfield, and Rebecca S. Doyen, Baytown, Texas; and a grandmother,
Ina Iola Barrick, Wichita.
WACO, Texas - Marjorie Evelyn Schreiner, 80, former longtime resident
of Douglass, died Sept. 10, 1997, at Ridgecrest Retirement Community in
A memorial service will be held during the Oliver family reunion in
November in Madill, Okla.
Memorials have been established with the Douglass Historical Society
and the First Christian Church of Douglass.
Schreiner was born Oct. 21, 1917, to Frank Wilbur Vandervort and Lucy
Proffett Oliver in Madill, Okla. She graduated from Seminole (Okla.) High
School in 1935 and attended Oklahoma State University.
On Feb. 22, 1935, she married Bernhardt "Pete" Schreiner in Davenport,
Okla. They moved to Hays in 1936 and to Wichita in 1941.
Schreiner worked at Boeing Aircraft for five years.
She completed her bachelor's degree in education at Wichita State University
in 1966 and received her master's degree in education and a specialist
degree, both from Emporia State University, in 1969. She taught first grade
at South Hillside Elementary School in Wichita for 17 years.
Schreiner was an active member of Eastern Star, Isabella Weldon Chapter
of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the national and Kansas Republican
parties, National Education Association, Tennessee Historical Society and
the First Christian Church of Douglass.
Survivors include her husband, Pete Schreiner, Douglass; a daughter,
Dr. Lucia Kathleen Debauge-Harcum, Waco, Texas; eight grandchildren and
Her sons, Dr. Jerry Owen Schreiner and Capt. Leslie Allen Schreiner,
preceded her in death.
FAIRFAX, Okla. - Paul W. Martin, 87, longtime resident of Fairfax,
formerly of Winfield, died Nov. 8, 1997, at Stillwater (Okla.) Medical
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Fairfax Cemetery. The Rev.
George Weston will officiate. Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home of Fairfax is
in charge of arrangements.
Honorary casket bearers will be Paul Ducotey, Bob Clark and Boyd Williams.
Casket bearers will be Dennis Hutcheson, Burley Hathcoat, J. Barry Harrison,
Kent Ritchie, Terry Lane and M.J. Nash.
A memorial has been established with the First Christian Church, 154
N. Fourth, Fairfax, OK 74637.
Martin was born Aug. 27, 1910, in Rogers, Ark., to Will and Letha Pearl
(Craft) Martin. He attended schools in Rogers, Ark., Afton, Okla., and
On May 16, 1938, he married Mary Sue Wade in Medford, Okla., and they
made their first home in Winfield. She died in August 1996.
Martin worked for Boeing Aircraft in Wichita during World War II, then
moved to Fairfax in 1949. He worked for the Arkansas City Co-op until 1952,
then was self-employed as a wholesale distributor of poultry, dairy and
ice products until his retirement in 1974.
Martin was a member of the First Christian Church and a 32nd-degree
Mason of Grayhorse Masonic Lodge 124.
Survivors include two sons, John Martin and Steve Martin, both of Fairfax,
Okla.; a brother, Jack Teel, Titusville, Fla., a sister, Kate Johnson,
Winfield; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
A son, Charles Michael Martin, died in February 1997.
Lewis W. "Doc" Doolittle, 89, of 1732 E. Seventh in Winfield, a former
Udall area resident, died Nov. 9, 1997, at William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Miles Funeral Service with
interment in Wilmot Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday.
A memorial has been established with Home Health Care at William Newton
Doolittle was born April 6, 1908, near Harper to George Frederick and
Anna (Allender) Doolittle. After attending schools in the Zenda area, he
began farming there.
On Sept. 8, 1928, he married Aletha Dorles Hoyt at Attica, and they
lived on a farm near Corbin. They later lived at Zenda, Chrisfield and
Medicine Lodge before moving to a farm near Udall in 1945.
Doolittle drilled water wells and was employed in Cowley County oilfields
for many years. The couple also farmed near Udall for nearly 50 years before
retiring and moving to Winfield in 1993.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; a son, Paul Doolittle, Winfield;
two daughters, Stella Thompson, Udall, and Wilmeta Ruiz, Winfield; two
brothers, Truman Doolittle, Winfield, and John Doolittle, Norwich; a sister,
Veda Kilmer, Belle Plaine; 14 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and
He was preceded in death by a son, Bill Doolittle.
BURDEN - Riley E. Bonesteel, 74, longtime Burden resident, died Nov.
11, 1997, at William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Miles Funeral Service. Burial
will be in Burden Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from noon
to 9 p.m. Thursday and until service time Friday.
Memorials have been established with the Burden Volunteer Fire Department
and First Evangelical Free Church in Winfield. Contributions can be made
at the church or funeral home.
Bonesteel was born May 5, 1923, in Winfield, to Riley E. and Ida May
(Sunderland) Bonesteel. He was raised and educated in Winfield.
On Sept. 19, 1943, he married Gladys Laurette Tredway in Blackwell,
Okla. They lived in Michigan for a short time.
A veteran of World War II, he served with the U.S. Army Air Force in
the South Pacific Theater and was awarded the Purple Heart for injuries
received during service.
Bonesteel was employed for several years with Sonner Burner Co. in
Winfield and later with Ross's Auto Body and Paint Shop.
He began employment with the U.S. Postal Service in 1963, serving as
rural mail carrier for the Burden office for nearly 15 years. He retired
in 1977 due to deteriorating health.
The Bonesteels were Burden residents for most of their marriage, and
he served the community in many volunteer capacities, including 43 years
of service with the Burden Volunteer Fire Department.
A member of the former Burden Bible Baptist Church, he attended the
Evangelical Free Church in Winfield and was a member of the Burden Masonic
Lodge. He served as a Boy Scout leader and was affiliated with Disabled
Survivors include his wife, Laurette Bonesteel, and a son, Rex Bonesteel,
both of Burden; two daughters, Linda Spencer, Winfield, and Teresa Cannon,
Burden; a brother, Elmo Bonesteel, Winfield; a sister, Edna Knapp, Austin,
Texas; eight grandchildren and one great-grandson.
HELENA, Okla. - Shawn Alan Roy, 5 1/2 months, son of Michelle Dawn
Hayward and Jeremy Scott Roy of Helena, died Nov. 9, 1997, at his home.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Central Baptist Church
in Winfield. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Friends may call at Miles
Funeral Service until 9 tonight and until noon Thursday.
A memorial has been established with the National Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome Foundation. Contributions can be made through the funeral home.
Shawn was born May 16, 1997, in Enid, Okla. He had lived with his parents
at Gold Tree, Okla., before they moved to Helena in October.
Survivors include his parents, Michelle Hayward and Jeremy Roy, a brother,
Christian, and a sister, Amanda, all of Helena; his grandparents, Sharon
and Gene Swartz, Enid, Okla., Roger and Kathy Hayward, Winfield, Kerry
and Linda Mouser, Wynoka, Okla, and Charles and Linda Potucek, Oklahoma
City; and his great-grandparents, Lois Stevens, Pryor, Okla., Pauline Booth,
California, Dorothy and Frank Hayward, Oklahoma City, Pat and Kendal Brundage,
Milan, H.G. and Marjorie Mouser, Horse Cave, Ky., and Phyllis Barcelone,
Colorado Springs, Colo.
CANEY - Anna Marie Mann, 82, formerly of Eureka, died Nov. 11, 1997,
at Caney Nursing Center.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Greenwood Cemetery in Eureka.
The Rev. Daniel Wilson will officiate.
A memorial has been established with Caney Nursing Center. Contributions
can be made through Zimmerman Funeral Home of Howard.
Mann was born June 5, 1915, in Southard, Okla., to Henry and Mary (Fast)
Mackey. On Sept. 2, 1934, she married Chester Cleo Mann in Eureka.
A homemaker, she lived in Eureka for most of her life. After her husband's
death Jan. 28, 1984, she remained in Eureka until moving to Caney in 1989.
Mann was a member of the First Christian Church of Eureka.
Survivors include two sons, Jerry Mann, Naples, Fla., and Chester Mann,
Kansas City, Mo.; two daughters, Sandra James, Dewey, Okla., and Sally
Wohlford, Seattle; 17 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Earl E. Deal, 77, of Santa Clara, formerly of
Winfield, died Nov. 8, 1997, at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, Calif.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Swisher-Taylor & Morris
Funeral Home. The Rev. Lee Wheeler will officiate. Burial will be in Union
A memorial has been established with the Dunamis Church Building Fund.
Deal was born Aug. 9, 1920, in Winfield, to Frank E. and Aleathia A.
He married Zereta E. Wheeler on March 21, 1991, in Monterey, Calif.
A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he took part in the Battle of
Corregidor and the Bataan Death March as a prisoner of war. He was awarded
two Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star, a Presidential Citation with two oakleaf
clusters and a Prisoner of War Medal, among others, for his service.
Deal retired from the Army in the 1950s and as a contractor in 1977.
He developed the Fleetwood neighborhood of Winfield.
He was a member of Disabled American Veterans and American Prisoners
Survivors include his wife, Zereta Deal, Santa Clara; a son, Earl Deal
Jr., Toronto; a brother, William Ross Jr., Pineville, Ark.; three sisters,
Mary King, Grenola, Arlene Carrol, Arkansas City, and Sue Blizzard, Pineville,
Ark.; and two grandsons.
Jo Ann Wallace
HARRISON, Ark. - Jo Ann Martin Wallace, 53, of Harrison, died Nov.
5, 1997, at her home.
Services were held at Christenson Funeral Home in Harrison.
Survivors include a son, Wesley Martin, Harrison; four daughters, Deborah
Martin, Clarksville, Ark., Rebecca E. Smith, Berryville, Ark., and Vickie
Burlsworth and Carla Hicks, both of Harrison; three sisters, Debbie Yarber,
Ginger Ober and Iva Hefley, all of Hector, Ark.; three half-sisters, Betty
Brannon and Jewel Edmonson, both of Winfield, and Helen Wilson, Udall;
two half-brothers, Raymond Flippo, Harrison, and Walt Flippo, Winfield;
and 13 grandchildren.
Her husband, John Wallace, also died Nov. 5.
WICHITA - Patrick Lee Brogan, 38, formerly of Moline, was found dead
in a farm field near Wichita on Nov. 9, 1997.
A Rosary service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Zimmerman Funeral
Home in Howard. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m.
Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Moline. The Rev. Edward J. Steinberger
The Patrick Brogan Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established at
the First National Bank of Howard. Contributions can be made through the
Brogan was born March 26, 1959, in Winfield to Joseph Leonard and Marjorie
Lucine (Nicholson) Brogan. He was raised in Moline and graduated from West
Elk High School in 1977. He graduated from Independence Community College
and attended Emporia State University.
Brogan worked for Murphy Oil Co. in Moline and F.E. Bliss Solid Waste
in Elk County before moving to Wichita.
Survivors include his father, Joseph Brogan, Moline; two brothers,
Gary Brogan, Bettendorf, Iowa, and Carl Brogan, Arkansas City; seven sisters,
Carolyn Gonzalez, Bedford, N.Y., Donella Green, Neodesha, Nancy Crowell,
Longton, Janice Winters, Derby, Marjorie Ware, Moline, Linda Sinnett, Lenexa,
and Dana Denton, Howard.
BURDEN - Services for Alma S. Tatum, 88, who died Nov. 8, 1997, were
held at 10 a.m. Nov. 12 in the Burden United Methodist Church. The Rev.
Sheila Ratzlaff officiated. Burial was in Grand Prairie Cemetery.
Music selections were "Heirlooms" and "Thank You," sung by Kim Tatum,
and "In the Garden," sung by Terri Murray and Kim Tatum.
Honorary casket bearers were Vernon Deets, Ben Ferguson, Billy Foster,
Jim Lundy, Marvin McMinn, Bob Neill and Larry Tredway.
Casket bearers were Bruce L. and Dewayne Hafenstein, Steven Murray
and Brad, Richard D. and Robert L. Tatum.
Memorials have been established with Burden United Methodist Church
and Burden Chapter 128 Order of Eastern Star.
Curtis Lee Moody, 39, of 1721 Winfield Street in Winfield, died of
natural causes Nov. 10, 1997, in Mesa, Ariz.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Miles Funeral Service in
Winfield. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Friends may call at the
funeral home from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.
A memorial has been established with the American Heart Association.
Contributions can be made through the funeral home.
Moody was born Sept. 11, 1958, in Winfield, to E.C. and Gertrude J.
Moody. Raised and educated in Winfield, he was employed at the former Highland
Manor Nursing Home in Winfield.
Moody was also employed in the maintenance department of Cessna Aircraft
Co. in Wichita for a number of years and later served as a truck driver
for Excel Packing Co. He was most recently employed as a truck driver for
Diamond Engineering Construction Co. in Wichita.
He had resided temporarily in Arizona the past two months.
Survivors include a son, Curtis Ray Moody, Oxford; his parents, E.C.
and Gertrude Moody, and a brother, Roger Moody, all of Winfield; and a
sister, Belinda Bohnstehn, Wichita.
Edna P. Berry, 75, of 1419 Andrews, Winfield, died Nov. 13, 1997, at
William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Miles Funeral Service.
The Rev. Steve Strom will officiate. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley
Cemetery, south of Winfield. Friends may call at the funeral home from
noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.
A memorial has been established with the Evangelical Free Church. Contributions
can be made through the church or funeral home.
Berry was born June 21, 1922, on a farm near Freeport, to Nathan W.
and Virgie Cleo Roark. She attended rural schools and graduated from Geuda
Springs High School in 1940.
After graduating from St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing in Winfield
as a registered nurse in 1943, she began working at St. Mary's Hospital.
On Aug. 20, 1944, she married Robert K. Berry at Hackney. They made
their home in Torrance, Calif., for several years before moving to Udall
in 1947. They had resided in Winfield since 1953.
Berry was office nurse for Dr. Jones in Winfield for several years
and later worked at Snyder Clinic. She served as director of the Winfield
Chapter of the American Red Cross for 17 years and devoted her later years
to private duty nursing.
A member of Evangelical Free Church, Berry was a longtime affiliate
of the Kansas Nurses Association and the American Legion Auxiliary. She
was a member of the American Red Cross for many years and participated
in various city bowling leagues.
Survivors include her husband, Robert Berry, Winfield; three sons,
James Robert Berry, Jacksonville, Fla., Michael Ray Berry, Derby, and Steven
Karl Berry, Winfield; two daughters, Shirley Ann Farber, Rose Hill, and
Linda Pauline Zimmerman, Winfield; 14 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Services for Lewis W. "Doc" Doolittle, 89, who died Nov. 9, 1997, were
held at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 13 in Colonial Chapel of Miles Funeral Service.
The Rev. John Stone officiated. Burial was in Wilmot Cemetery.
"Precious Lord, Take My Hand," "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Beyond the
Sunset" were sung by Donja Cary, Rodney Brit, Danice Sweet and Chet Sweet.
Honorary casket bearers were Willie Andes, Clarence Brookings, Jack
Finley, Bob Redford, Robert "Buck" Rogers, John B. Story, Bill Sympson
and Johnnie Wells.
Casket bearers were Karl Bonjour, Guy B., Paul L., Ron and Roy Doolittle,
Charles Dunbar, Steve Glover, Ross Rogers, Jim Schlecht, Alvin and Chet
Sweet and Doug Thompson.
A memorial has been established with Home Health Care at William Newton
Richard D. Martin, 48, of Winfield, formerly of El Dorado, died Nov.
12, 1997, at William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Kirby-Morris Funeral Home
in El Dorado. Burial will follow in Walnut Valley Memorial Park.
A memorial has been established with Focus Intermediate Care Center
Martin was born Jan. 30, 1949, in El Dorado, to Ranauld D. and Josephine
(Broucker) Martin. He was a client of Terramarra for many years before
moving to Winfield. For the last several years, he lived at Focus Intermediate
Martin was a member of the First Baptist Church of El Dorado.
Survivors include an aunt, Carol Jackson, Scottsdale, Ariz.; and his
guardian, Marnie Wall, Winfield.