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Riteg For Mrs, AiiKiriiio Today of oi at of to M) « member of a family with wide holdings- in oil, cattleand newspaper interests in the Texas Panhandle, were set at'{ today in (he First Church. Baptist Officiating will be D r. W Wj n . d Mwre pastor. Burial will '« in the Llano Cemetery in Amanllo under the Direction o Blackburn-Shaw Furferal Home who resided N. . Blvd., here died Thursday morning at St' Anthony's Hospital after an exl tended illness. ° f wi-,,t . rs \V»««iburg was the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Coble, eariv ranc hcrs In the Panhandle area -She was married to J A' WhUtenburg June 7, J 9J » a j ,, '. parents' home in Amarillo and the couple spent much .lime a t lurkey Track Ranch in Hut- -^ 9 -••••*-it ilJiU l)CCtl owned by her father Mrs. Whittenburg was a member of the First Church of Uinsi. Scientist, in AmaHllo and the Mother Church, the First SL" 1 ? ?.'.' Ch '- ist « Sciolist, in cannon of issued mg It American m * 1 , 200th James the firing cense cannon that The from cannon . pier. roiatmi nave -oles iff* Boston, Mass. She wa s active in Junior ife The partners nor i League and a benefactor of the' Amm-illo Symphony. Survivors include her Husband- nor stepmother, Mrs. \v T' ble of Amarillo; two uKhn-rs, Mrs. J ack Llov( , Catherine) Crablrce and Mrs Richard Paul (Frances) klein! en both of Amarillo; a son J A Vhmenburg III of Amarillo 10 grandchildren. The family requests and (hut or memorials tic in the form contributions to Boys Ranch o a favorite charity .

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  1. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal,
  2. 18 Apr 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 36

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