Mrs. Nannie Kiker Dies at Plainview PLAINVIEW, Jan. 20. (Special) --Mrs. Nannie May Kiker, 77 vears-old, widow of Milton Kiker, died at'8:30 o'clock this morning at a Crosbyton hospital. Mrs. Kiker lived in Canyon for 20 before moving to Crosbyton in Funeral arrangements were pending pending this morning. Rites will be conducted at the Crosbyton Methodist Church. Interment will be m Canyon Cemetery beside the grave 01 Mr Kiker, who died in 1941. A native of Kentucky, Mrs. the mother of L. W. Kiker of Plainview, came to Texas about 75 came to rexas auuiu '^ .yctuo aÂ°x Her 77th birthday was on the sixth of this month. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Besides the son at Plainview, Kiker is survived by three daughters daughters Mrs. Fred Criswell, National City CaL, Mrs. Glenford Fowler, Crosbyton, and Mrs. O. B. Welasco; two other sons. Luther Kiker, Floydada and Charles M.j Kiker, Amarillo; two brothers, mett McClusky, Tulsa, Okla., and L W. McClusky, LincolnvUle, 1 and a sister, Mrs. Elmer G r i s h StephenviUe. Twelve grandchildren survive. Mrs. Kiker had been ill of pneumonia pneumonia for the past few days.