Piqua Daily Call 4 Jan 1941
FORMER RESIDENT DIES AT POTEAU, OKLA., JANUARY 1 Albert Clock, 64, Suc cumbs After Short Illness Illness from Pneumonia. Albert Clack, 64, native of Piqua nd resident of this community un til 1917 died New Year's day at his son's home in Poteau, Okalhoma, friesds here have been advised. He visited In Piqua only last summer. His death followed a weens illness illness and is attributed to pneumt - nia. Tile only immediate survivor In this vicinity is a brother, Alfred, who resides in Covington. Other survivors include two sons, Arnold of Hollywood, California, and Allen of Poteau, Oklahoma; three daugh ters, Mrs. Margaret Clack Moody or St. Louis; Mrs. Mabel Walters of Evanston, Wyoming, and Mrs. Fran ces Carr, Weirton, West Virginb; and seven grandchildren including Bobby Clack, child movie star and one great - garndson. Services will be conducted today at Poteau.