Johnny B. Bayliff, Jr.
Johnny B. Bayliff, Jr., 26, former Viola resident, died Tuesday.
Services -- Graveside services at Viola Cemetery, beginning at 11 a.m.
Thursday. Interment -- Viola Cemetery.
Survivors -- son, Joshua of Wichita; father, Johnny B. Bayliff, Sr.,
of Wichita; mother, Kathy Bayliff of Wichita; brothers, Shannon B. Bayliff
of Wamego, Michael B. Bayliff of Mulvane, and Robert A. Grube of Wichita;
sister, Melea Bro of Wichita; two grandmothers and one grandfather.
Memorial -- Johnny B. Bayliff, Jr. Scholarship Fund. Contributions
can be left at the funeral home.
[Published May 28, 1997]
Frank W. Foglemon
Frank W. Foglemon, 81, of Medford, Ok., died Wednesday, May 21.
Services -- 2 p.m. Friday at Schaeffer Mortuary Chapel in Caldwell.
Interment -- Caldwell City Cemetery.
Survivors -- wife, Lorraine of the home; daughters, Marjorie Mortimer
Newlin of Edmond, Ok.; sisters, June Hill of Herington and Nine Hudha of
Sun City, Az.; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Memorial -- Medford Nursing Center, Inc. Contributions can be left
at the funeral home.
[Published May 28, 1997]
Dolores Meredith Adams
Dolores Meredith Adams, 63, former Wellington resident, died May 27.
Services -- were May 30 at the Church of Christ in Bartlesville, Okla.
Survivors -- husband, Larry; daughter, Angela of Sperry, Okla.; son,
Rich of Bartlesville; mother, Elva of Kingman; sisters, Mitzi Slack of
Pretty Prairie, and Judy Jefferson of Amarillo, Tx.; brother, Norval, of
Ballingen, Tx.; aunt, Lucylle Kerbs of Wellington.
[Published June 3, 1997]
Wendell E. Watts
Wendell E. Watts, 69, of Oxford, died Monday.
Services -- 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Miles Funeral Service in Winfield.
Interment -- Oxford Cemetery
Survivors -- wife, Ernestine; sons, Gene Watts of Medicine Lodge, Curtis
Watts of Wichita, and Raymond Watts of Wellington; daughters, Diane McCulley
of Winfield, and Susan Watts of Winfield; brother, Kenneth Watts of Andover;
sister, Frances Prue of Oklahoma City; 14 grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Memorial -- Countryside Baptist Church in Udall. contributions may
be made through the church or funeral home.
Miles Funeral Service
[Published June 3, 1997]
Martha Virginia Friedhoff
Martha Virginia Friedhoff, 73, former Wellington resident, died Sunday.
Services -- 2 p.m. Friday at Foxwood Springs Bromwell Hall, Raymore,
Survivors -- husband James; son, Tom McMann; sister, Winfred Malone
of Laymore, Mo.; brother, William Friedhoff of Vafhon, Wash.; and four
Memorial -- Foxwood Springs Living Center, 1500 West Foxwood Dr., Raymore,
[Published June 5, 1997]
MAYFIELD -- Louise E. Hill, 86, homemaker, died Tuesday.
Services -- 2:30 p.m. Friday, June 6, Mayfield Federated Church, Mayfield.
Interment in Osborne Cemetery, Mayfield.
Survivors -- son Larry E. Hill, Mayfield; sister, Wilma Nellsch, Pleasonton;
one granddaughter, two great-grandchildren.
Memorial -- Mayfield Federated Church.
Ebersole Mortuary, Conway Springs.
[Published June 5, 1997]
Reva Irene Martin
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Reva Irene Martin, 85, Stillwater, died Tuesday,
June 3, 1997, at the Stillwater Nursing Home.
She was born March 13, 1912, in Oklahoma, to Isaiah and Gennette (Wagoner)
Harris. She married Clyde Martin August 29, 1935.
Mrs. Martin enjoyed gardening and ceramics. She attended schools near
Perth, Kansas. She belonged to the Monument Builders and the Cemetery Associations.
She was a member of the Church of Christ and past president of the Business
and Professional Women's Club.
She and Clyde, after being married in 1935, and they lived on a farm
outside Milan for eight years. They then moved to Wellington where Mr.
Martin worked for the Defense Plant during World War II. After the war,
they established the Wellington Monument Company and later established
Sumner Memorial Gardens, retiring in 1993. Mrs. Martin was a monument designer.
In February, 1995, they moved to Stillwater.
She was preceded in death by her parents, one daughter, Aileen Lucille
Martin, four brothers and four sisters.
Survivors include husband, Clyde; son, Dale Martin, Wichita, Ks.; daughters,
Carolyn Martin, Stillwater, Okla., and Fredia Rodgers and her husband John,
Stillwater; four grandchildren, David Martin, Wellington, Mitchell Martin,
Manhattan, Kan., Rodney Rodgers, Dallas, Texas, Michael Rodgers, Edmond,
Okla.; five great-grandchildren, Derek Martin, Dustin Martin, Diana Martin
and Drake Martin, Wellington, and Morgan Rodgers, Dallas; sister, Ruby
Fleck, Vilonia, Ark.
Services will be held Thursday, June 7, at the Church of Christ in
Wellington. Pastors Richard Poe and Stanton Sikes will officiate. Interment
will be at Sumner Memorial Gardens.
A memorial has been established with the Church of Christ Library Fund,
821 N. Duck, Stillwater, OK 74075.
Strode Funeral Home, Stillwater, is in charge of arrangements.
Wayne Cecil DeMint
OXFORD -- Wayne Cecil DeMint was born Aug. 2, 1943 in Cherokee, Okla.
to Wayne Cleland DeMint and Myrtle Fern Riggenbach DeMint.
He grew up in Hazelton, where his father managed the grain elevator
and his mother worked at the grocery store. He has an older brother, John.
During his years in Hazelton, Wayne broke horses, was an oilfield rigger
and farm hand and helped operate a gas station.
After graduating from Hazelton High School in 1961 he enlisted. Medical
reasons disqualified him with military officers training and a military
He attended Kansas Barber College. After graduating Wayne, leased chairs
or owned barber shops in Hutchinson, Wichita, Haysville and Wellington.
In 1966, he married Katherine Louise Middleton of Oxford. They resided
in Wellington, where Wayne barbered or was employed at Midwest Manufacturing,
Champion Motor Homes and Express Film Delivery.
Two sons, Todd Wayne and Tyson John, were born to the couple. The family
moved to rural Oxford in 1976.
Wayne worked at Rodeo Meat Packing Company in Arkansas City and raised
hogs and a menagerie of animals. After the packing plant closed, Wayne
opened the Barber Shop in Wellington in 1983. He also served on the rural
water district board as operator for many years.
He was a collector of friends as well as anything with a potential
of being useful.
Being a good and true neighbor was important to Wayne.
He is survived by his wife, Katherine; sons and daughters-in-law, Todd
and Theresa Glasgow DeMint of Gueda Springs and Tyson and Kristi King DeMint
of Overland Park; two grandchildren, Scott and Melissa of Geuda Springs;
his brother, John, of Tulsa, Okla.; stepmother, Helen DeMint Cathey of
Tonkawa, Okla.; stepbrother, Mark Furber of Wichita; and in-laws, Clarence
and Rosa Lee Middleton, Don and Nancy Moomaw, Bill and Joyce Middleton,
Paul and Margaret Sanchez and Al and Joann Middleton; and nieces and nephews
who will miss him dearly.
Wayne passed away Friday, June 6, 1997 at his home in Oxford.
Services will be held at 1 p.m., Monday, June 9, at the Oliver-Hawks
Funeral Home in Oxford. The Rev. Danny Ginn will officiate.
Interment will be in the Oxford Cemetery.
A memorial has been established with Hospice, Inc. Contributions may
be left at the funeral home, where friends may call on Sunday from noon
to 4 p.m. The casket will remain closed.
Arrangements are by Oliver-Hawks Funeral Home, Oxford.
Martha Virginia (Friedhoff) McMinn
Martha Virginia (Friedhoff) McMinn, former Wellington resident, died
She was born May 27, 1924 at Atchison. During World War II, she worked
at North American Aviation, where she met James McMinn. They were married
Dec. 14, 1946.
The couple moved to Wellington in 1947, where Martha was an operator
for Southwestern Bell Telephone, later becoming chief operator. She retired
in 1981 after working in Wellington, Great Bend, Topeka, Hutchinson and
They moved to Burnet, Tx., where they were members of the First Baptist
Church of Kingsland. They relocated at Foxwood Springs Living Center in
Raymore, Mo. in 1996.
Martha was preceded in death by her parents; and daughter, Mary Tetuan.
Her survivors include husband James; son, Tom McMinn and his wife Sally;
sister, Winfred Malone of Raymore, Mo.; brother, William Friedhoff of Vafhon,
Wash.; and four grandchildren, Katie and Mitchel Tetuan of Topeka, and
Amy and Ashley McMinn of St. Louis, Mo.
Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Foxwood Springs Bromwell Hall
in Raymore Mo.
In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to Foxwood Springs Living
Center, 1500 West Foxwood Drive, Raymore, Mo. 64083. Checks should be made
payable to Fellowship of John.
Alma Lorene Vanderpool
Alma Lorene Vanderpool, 81, of Wellington, died Thursday evening, June
5, 1997 at Sterling House.
She was born July 12, 1915 in Garland, to Burl and Ethel (Wise) Johnston.
Alma graduated from Southwestern College in Winfield, with a bachelor of
arts degree and began teaching in 1936 in the Fort Scott area.
She moved to Wellington in 1954 and taught third grade at Lincoln and
Roosevelt Elementary schools, before continuing her education at Kansas
State Teacher's College in Emporia, where she earned her master's degree.
Alma was the first special education teacher in the Wellington school
district. She taught special education at Kennedy School from 1964 until
her retirement in 1985. Her life was truly dedicated to teaching.
Alma was a member of the First Christian Church, Wellington Area Retired
Teacher's Association, Gamma Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota (Teacher's Sorority)
and Phoenix Chapter No. 159 Order of the Eastern Star.
She is survived by one daughter, Dorothy Maupin and her husband, Michael,
of Wichita; her granddaughter, Ginger Wilson and her husband, Bobby, and
their children, Danni, Garret and Rylee; her grandson, Roby Robertson and
his wife, Jo, and their sons, Roby J. and Cade, all of Wellington; brothers,
Albert Johnston of Garland, Kenneth Johnston of Joplin, Mo., the Rev. Roy
Johnston of Omaha, Neb. and Raymond Johnston of Overland Park; and one
sister, Carrie Coonrod of Taft, Calif.
Graveside services will be held Tuesday, June 10, at 2 p.m. in the
Memory Gardens of Bourbon County Cemetery in Fort Scott.
A memorial fund has been established with the Kappa Kappa Iota, Gamma
Conclave Chapter Teacher's Scholarship Fund. Memorials may be left at the
Friends may call at the funeral home until 9 this evening.
Frank Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Wayne Cecil DeMint
OXFORD -- Services for Wayne Cecil DeMint, who died Friday, June 6,
1997, at his home in Oxford, were held Monday, June 9, at the Oliver-Hawks
Funeral Home in Oxford.
The meditation was by the Rev. Danny Ginn, of the Oxford Christian
Special musical selection was "The Old Rugged Cross" with Jill Hiten,
Honorary casketbearers were Bill Norris, Steve Jimenez, Cliff Bales,
Wallace Patterson, Kay McBride, Marvin Peterson and John Oldridge. Active
casketbearers were Carl Dennett, Bill Swaford, Bob Meridith, Gene Downum,
Terry Scriven, Ken Patterson, John Whaley and Dan Moore.
Burial was in the Oxford Cemetery.
Arrangements were by Oliver-Hawks Funeral Home, Oxford.
Glen LeRoy Robinson
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- Glen LeRoy Robinson, 83, passed away Wednesday,
June 4, 1997, in a Corpus Christi, Texas hospital.
He was born May 26, 1914 in Wellington, to Albert J. and Jimmie Barnett
Robinson. He worked at the Wright Creamery in Wellington as a young man,
moving to Corpus Christi in the 1930s, where he went to work for the Borden
Milk Company. He retired from that company 49 years later.
Glen was preceded in death by his wife of 53 years, the former Opal
Spears of Wichita.
He was a member of the South Bluff United Methodist Church and very
active in the Masonic Lodge and the Al Amin Shrine Temple.
He is survived by one son, Gary W. Robinson, and his wife, Pamela,
of Stafford, Texas, and one daughter, Carole Hildebran, and her husband,
David, of Portland, Texas; a sister, Pearl Gaddie of Auburn, Calif.; four
grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Helen Marie Webb
Helen Marie Webb, 66, homemaker, died Tuesday, June 10, 1997, at Sumner
Regional Medical Center in Wellington. She was a Wellington resident for
40 years and was raised in Lebanon, Mo.
Webb was born Aug. 15, 1930 in Burt County, Neb. to Earl and Neva (Jones)
Jackson. She married Clifford Webb on Oct. 4, 1950 in Grovespring, Mo.
She was a member of Calvary Chapel in Wellington. She was also an avid
Survivors include her husband, Clifford, of Wellington; her sons, Keith
W. Webb of Mulvane and Kent W. Webb of Wellington; her grandchildren, Wendy
Adams, Jerimiah Webb, Jace Webb, Kjerstin Webb, Brooks Howard, Michael
Webb and Kevin Webb; her great-grandchildren, Ashlee Howard and Krystin
Howard; her mother, Neva Jackson of Lebanon; her brother, Lowell Jackson
of Joplin, Mo.; and two sisters, Doris Swingley of Robinson, Ill. and Louise
Myers of Lebanon.
Services will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, June 12, at the Frank Funeral
Home. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 14, at
the Shaddy Cemetery in Grovespring. Pastor Joe E. Crowley of Calvary Chapel
will officiate the services.
A memorial has been established with Calvary Chapel. Donations may
be left at the funeral home.
There will be no visitation at the funeral home.
Frank Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Wayne W. Glick
Wayne W. Glick, 77, a retired parts buyer for Cessna, died Saturday.
Glick, who lived in the Wichita area for over 45 years, was raised
in Wellington. He was born April 2, 1920 in rural Wellington to Delmar
and Vera (Beaty) Glick. He graduated from Wellington High School, served
in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and was a member of the American
Legion in Wichita.
He married Florence Dasher on Sept. 1, 1941, in Wichita.
Glick was preceded in death by his father, one brother, and one sister.
Survivors include his wife; son, Frank Glick of Crested Butte, Colo.;
mother, Vera O. Glick of Wellington; sister, Maybell Oehlert of Crested
Butte, Colo.; and grandchildren Darren and Jennifer.
Services will be Tuesday beginning at 2 p.m. at Prairie Lawn Cemetery,
with Stanten Sikes of the Church of Christ officiating. Calling times at
the funeral home will be through 9 p.m. Monday, and 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday.
Memorials have been established with the American Cancer Society and
Hospice, Inc. Donations can be left at the funeral home.
Frank Funeral Home.
Leo "Cotton" Ebenkamp
Leo "Cotton Ebenkamp, 82, of rural Conway Springs, died Friday at Harper
Hospital in Harper. He was a retired farmer and stockman.
Survivors include his wife Elizabeth of the home; two sons, Mike Ebenkamp
and Steve Ebenkamp, both of Conway Springs; daughters, LuAnn Hartman of
Conway Springs, Jolene Spexarth of Colwich, and Pat Ebenkamp of Wichita;
brothers, Edwin Ebenkamp and Francis Ebenkamp, both of Conway Springs;
sister, Agnes Seidel of Cheney; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
A rosary was held Sunday, with mass this morning. Both were at the
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Conway Springs.
A memorial has been established with St. Joseph Catholic School.
James Cunningham Kaiser
James Cunningham Kaiser, 76, of Wellington, died at his home on Friday,
Born January 24, 1921, in Springfield, Colo., Jim and Irene Josephine
Boese were united in marriage on June 27, 1943, in Newton. They had been
residents of Wellington since 1946.
Jim was a retired fireman and self-employed sign painter. Irene preceded
him in death on May 1, 1994.
Survivors include sons Gary Mark Kaiser of Wellington, Steven K. Kaiser
of Silsbee, Tx., and Roger M. Kaiser of Wichita; daughters, Jamie Richter
of Woodland, Calif., and Kathy J. Kaiser of Greeley, Colo.; sister, Frances
Bekey of Denver, Colo.; grandchildren Steve Kaiser and Stacey Hawks; and
Graveside services were held this morning at Jordan Cemetery near Wellington,
with Pastor Marty Holdaway officiating.
Hawks Funeral Home.
Theodore E. "Ted" Rosfeld
Theodore E. "Ted" Rosfeld, 75, died Wednesday, June 11 at District
#1 Hospital in Caldwell.
Ted, as he was known by everyone, was born September 24, 1921, in Newton
to John and Marie Cleaver Rosfeld. He is survived by one brother, Lawrence,
Ted came to Caldwell in the spring of 1957 and went to work for Delbert
Larson on his farm. He continued to work for Delbert for the remainder
of his life. Through the last few years, his health would not permit him
to be active on the farm, but he would still take frequent trips to the
farm with Delbert.
It wasn't long before Ted became as knowledgeable as any farmer as
to when to plant, when to sow and when to harvest the grain. Soon he earned
the nickname of "the foreman."
Graveside services were held 10 a.m. Saturday at the Caldwell City
Cemetery. Father Patrick Larkin officiated.
Honorary casket bearers were Richard Claypole, Tom Mitchell, Rod Lungren,
Mick Eckermann, Harold Sturm, Troy Dierking, Don Patton, Paul Hess and
Memorial contributions can be made in Ted's name to the District #1
Hospital or to Hospice, Inc.
Phyllis Ann Chisham
Phyllis Ann Chisham, 62, died Sunday, June 22, 1997, at Columbia Wesley
Medical Center in Wichita. She was a retired school teacher, with 37 years
Phyllis was born Sept. 23, 1934 in Wagoner, Okla. to Ivan and Grace
(Huff) Oliver. She married James Allen Chisham on Aug. 5, 1960 in Wagoner.
She graduated from Wagoner High School in 1952, from Miami, Okla.,
Junior College in 1954 and Northeastern University at Talequah, Okla. in
1956. She received her master's degree at Pittsburgh State in 1966 and
did other graduate work at Wichita State, Kansas State and Oklahoma State
She began her teaching career in Arkansas City in 1956 and taught there
until moving to Wellington in 1963. In Wellington, she taught at Madison,
Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt schools for a total of 37 years in the
She was a member of the National Education Association at the national,
state and local levels, where she served as an officer many different times.
She was a member of Kappa Kappa Iota teaching sorority, where she held
many offices, including state president.
She was an active member of Kiwanis, Knotty Knotters EHU, and Sew and
Sew Club and was a past member of of A.A.U.W. and Treble Cleft Club.
Phyllis was named Wellington Business and Professional Woman of the
She was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Winfield. She
spent many hours teaching Sunday School, working with Missionettes, serving
as a youth leader and was an officer in Womens Ministries. She sang in
special music groups in both the Arkansas City and Wellington Assembly
of God churches.
Phyllis was preceded in death by her parents; three sisters, Earline,
Rose Mary and Iris; and two brothers, Trenton and John Paul.
Survivors include her husband, James, of the home; two sons and their
wives, Jeffery E. and Nancy Chisham of Salina and James "Kevin" and Margaret
Chisham of Wichita; one daughter, Carla Chisham of Wellington; two brothers,
Travis Oliver of Tulsa, Okla. and Irvin Oliver of Wagoner, Okla.; one grandson,
Allen Oneale Chisham of Wellington; and 12 nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 25, at the First United
Methodist Church in Wellington. The Rev. Ken Davidson, of the First Assembly
of God Church in Winfield, will officiate.
Interment will be at Sumner Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the First Assembly
of God, Winfield, or Kiwanis International Foundation. Donations may be
made at the funeral home.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday.
The family will greet friends at the funeral home from 7 to 9 Tuesday evening.
Frank Funeral Home is in charge of announcements.
Opal Marie Frankum
Opal Marie Frankum, 89, homemaker, died Thursday night, June 19, 1997
at the Cedar View Good Samaritan Center. She was a lifelong resident of
the Wellington area.
Opal was born July 11, 1907 in Lost Springs to Albert Henry and Rosa
Ann (Dolman) Osborne. She moved to Perth with her family while she was
still an infant.
She was united in marriage to Homer L. Frankum Oct. 3, 1927. He preceded
her in death in 1949. Also preceding her in death were her parents, one
brother, five sisters and one grandson, Jeff Horsch.
Opal was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
She is survived by one son, Demrie Frankum of Indianapolis, Ind.; daughters,
Lynda Horsch of Wellington and Mona Saunders of Wichita; grandchildren,
Alan Saunders, Ann Saunders, Rob Saunders, Mark Frankum, Rebecca Hasey,
Brian Horsch, Travis Horsch, Tina Mendez and Nikki Horsch; two great-grandchildren,
Nicholas Saunders and Skyler Saunders.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the First United
Methodist Church, with the Rev. Nel Holmes officiating. Interment will
follow at Prairie Lawn Cemetery.
Memorials have been established with the American Heart Association
and the American Cancer Society.
Friends may call at the Frank Funeral Home this evening until 9.
Frank Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Beverly Joan Griffith
Beverly Joan Griffith, 57, of Prague, Okla., died Wednesday, June 25,
She was born Feb. 8, 1940 in Wellington, the daughter of Carl and Betty
(Washburn) Dwyer. She married Johnny Griffith on Nov. 29, 1957.
She is survived by her husband, Johnny, of the home; three sons, Steve,
Mark and Roger, of Prague; six daughters, Cindy Cruce of Seminole, Okla.,
Carla Thompson of Shawnee, Okla., Janet, Donna and Terri Griffith and Melissa
Lee of Prague; her mother and stepfather, Betty and Jack Thompson of Wellington;
her brother, Rodger Dwyer of Wellington; her sister, Pamela Brosius of
Mathis, Texas; and 11 grandchildren.
Preceding her in death were her father and one sister, Carleta.
Services were held Friday, June 27. Parks Funeral Home was in charge,
with the Rev. Tim Emmons officiating.
Interment was in Prague Cemetery.
Veryl Donald Monroe Crittenden
Veryl Donald Monroe Crittenden, 77, life resident of Sumner County,
died Monday morning in the skilled nursing unit of Sumner Regional Medical
Veryl was born on Thanksgiving Day, November 27, 1919 in South Haven,
to Don P. and Maude (Hutchinson) Crittenden. He moved to Wellington in
August of 1934, and graduated from Wellington High School with the class
Veryl went to work as a switchman for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe Railroad in 1938 and retired December 27, 1979 after 41 years. He was
away from Wellington and the Santa Fe for 43 months when he served as a
Sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II.
Harriet Gasswint and Veryl Crittenden were married March 16, 1947 in
Wellington. They recently celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary at
the First Baptist Church with every one of their brothers, sisters, children,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren in attendance. His devotion and loyalty
to family and friends was reflected by the large number attending the celebration.
Veryl was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church, where he had
held many offices and leadership positions in the past. He was an avid
gardener and outdoorsman. He was also a member of the United Transportation
Union and the VFW.
Survivors include his wife, Harriet, of the home; sons, V. Donald Crittenden
of Derby and Paul Crittenden of Wichita; daughters, Trudy Hurst of Arkansas
City and Martha Billey of Wellington; sisters, Dorothy Glick of Wellington,
Velma Countryman of Caldwell, Bonita Mahannah of McAllen, Tx., Donna Browning
of Arlington, Tx., and Marlene Parrot of Clearwater; 14 grandchildren;
and 7 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church in Wellington
on Thursday at 2 p.m. with Pastor Bob McGuire of Wichita and Pastor "Babe"
Standerfer of Arkansas City officiating. Interment will be in Sumner Memorial
Memorials have been established with the First Baptist Church and the
American Heart Association.
Friends may call at the Frank Funeral Home this evening from 5 to 9
p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
[Published July 8, 1997]