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MB. WJI Off Dies Monday of Lofty MMSS j Mrs. W. ft. Orr, who was a pan of the cultural and profe*' sional life of Wellington to* many years and a resident her! 57 years, died In St. Joseph 1 * Hospital at 12:45 p.m. Monday, July 29. She was 83. Mrs. Orr came to Wellington with her husband, the late Dr. Orr, a prominent Panhandle dentist, in 1911, and for most of the years he practiced here, she worked with him in his office. A native Texan, she was the former Lalla Grace Crabtree, daughter of the late J. L. and Florence Atchison Crabtree. She was born Sept. 26, 1884, in Cook County. About 1901 she moved with her family to McLean from Floyd County. She and Dr. Orr were married there April 4, 1909, and he practiced dentistry in McLean until they came to Wellington. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, a past worthy matron of the Eastern Star and a charter member of the Domestic Science Study Club. Her interests were broad. Her rock collection was a source of pleasure both to her and her friends, and stamp collecting was a serious hobby she shared with many children. From this, some chose this as their own —See back pagt

Clipped from The Wellington Leader01 Aug 1968, ThuPage 1

The Wellington Leader (Wellington, Texas)01 Aug 1968, ThuPage 1
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