Thurman William Vaughan newspaper obituary
19, third he along be adult jumped scooped weapons, two which arrested All Vaughan services held Saturday Funeral services for Thurman W. "Happy" Vaughan, Olean, were held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Freeman Chapel with the Rev. Harry Spear officiating. Burial was E n l o e Cemetery Russellville. Mr. Vaughan died Wednesday at his home. He was bom April 17, Russellville, the son of and Nadine Smith Vaughan. His father survives at Tuscumbia and his mother at Huntington Park, Calif. He was married May 30, 1334, at Jefferson City to Ruby Sheley, who survives at the home. Mr. Vaughan, a lifelong resident of Cole and Miller Counties, owned and operated Capital City Venetian Blind for many years. He was veteran of World War II. was a member of the First Christian Church here. Other survivors include: Three sons, William T. Vaughan, Independence, Richard C. Vaughan, Route and Charles K. Vaughan, Green Berry Rd.; three daughters, Mrs. Fran Seifert, 317 Arden Dr., Mrs. Mildred Sherrell, Meta, Mrs. Sarah Hickman, Route 5; and 16 grandchildren.