Clipped From The Vernon Daily Record
A. L. Archa Dies Late Wednesday A, L, Ar Dean St rc > pitai late lowing a k vices were 59. resident or j d, died in a local 1 Wednesday night >ng illness. Funeral : held Thursday af noon at the Henderson Funeral Home Chapel, w ith Rev. Noel Guice. pastor of the Calvary Bap- ;i-t Churcr officiating. Burial was in East View Memorial Park. Pall bearers were Barney Rus! Rus! sell, John Cox, Joe Schults, John i Dederian, John Matthews and II. B. Lewis. Mr, Archa is survived by four j daughters, Mrs. Obie Odell, Mrs jOcie Mae Holder and Mrs. Vena Winsett. all of Vernon, and Mrs. Edna Culver of Wichita Fails; two sons, Clifford and Ah m Archa of Vernon and three brothers, Jc • s Archa, Luther Archa and Ocit Archa, all of California. Born in Oklahoma on Nov. 11. X888. Mr, Archa married Miss Minneola Arnold at Gainesville in 1910. He had been a resident of Vernon sincc 193u. !