Clipped From The Daily Reporter
Chief Fisher King CAMBRIDGE - Chief Fisher King, 60, of RD 4, formerly of Newcomerstown, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian who operated a medicine show in the Thirties, died Tuesday in Guernsey Memorial Hospital. He had been failing in health a year and was hospitalized March 9. Born at Tulsa, Okla., he was a son of the late Chief and Katie King, and a member of the Greater Showman's Assn. of Columbus. He also was a member of the Mountaineers CB Radio Group ofWoodsfield. Surviving are his widow, the former Josephine Farley; seven daughters and four sons, Mrs. Robert (Juanita) Clark Jr. of Sugarcreek, Mrs. Roger (Alla- brantha) Johnson of here, Mrs. Raymond (Fawn) Wayble of Freeport, Mrs. Roy (Lassy) Street of Barnesville, Mrs. Richard (Wendy) Denney of Zanesville, Hiawatha of Ragersville, Pawnee of Byesville and Alvin, Timothy and Jean King of the home; two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Cormelia Myers of Columbus, Josephine King of RD 4 and John, both of New Philadelphia and Herman of Massillon, and 19 grandchildren. Two brothers and a grandchild are de ceased. Services will be Friday at 1:30 in Bun dy-Law Funeral Home, here, with Evan McKinley R. Bates officiating. Buria will be in the family cemetery on the King property, south of Newcomers town. Friends may call this afternoon and night at the funeral home.