Walter C Funk 5/1/1939 Paris
A a on 20 Dies Under Motor Car Accidental Death Verdict Returned In Mishap Near Enloe COOPER. (Special)—A man identified as Walter Funk. 48. who lives two miles north of Enloe, was killed instantly Sunday Sunday morning about 11 "o'clock when struck by a Southern Pacific Pacific train between Howland and Enloe. ™,, . . , ' The man's body was Iving on the tracks when the engineer dis- it by the as the covered it too late to stop the train. He was badly crushed and one limb was severed just above the ankle. Justice of the Peace C. V. Flannery Flannery held an inquest and returned H verdict of death due to accidental accidental causes. If was nccessaiy to hold the body about three houvs before the man's son arrived to identify him. A man was left at the scene of the accident and the train pro- ceded to Atlas to report to officials. officials. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3 P. M. in Grant. OkJa,, under the direction of Smith Brothers Funeral Home here. He is survived by his wife and four children, two of whom are at home, one son in a CCC camp arid a daughter. Mrs. Shay Walker of Enloe. and two brother. 1 :. Including Taxes? 10 of 1he for L.