WHITE HAS SERVICE'S HELD FOR M RS. JlMMlE DYER' Funeral services for Mrs. Jimmie F. Morrison Dyer. 302 North Van Buren, Elk City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, who expired Wednesday, June 5, 1968, in a local hospital at Elk City, Okla., following a short illness, were conducted Friday June 7, 1968 in the Martin Martin Funeral Chapel at 2:30 p.m, with Rev. RTtS"""Vincent officiating. officiating. Burial was in the Fairlawn Fairlawn Cemetery, Elk City, Okla. Pall Bearers were: Frank Stevens, Stevens, Kay Curl, Toby Bowdell, Joe Britton, Ulis Barnhill, and J ack Knight. Mrs. Dyer, the former J i'mmie Florence Morrison, was the daughter of the late W.R. Morrison Morrison and Lillian BarksdaleMor- rison, and was married to John Wessley Dyer, December 7,1927. Mrs. Dyer was born July 21, 1901, in Tennessee. She is a former Sequoyah Countian, having lived in Muldrow, Okla., for a number of years, before moving to Elk City, Oklahoma in the year of 1929. She had been assisting her husband in the operation operation of the Morrison Grocery. Besides her husband, Wessley Dyer, she is survived by 4 sisters, sisters, Mrs. B.I. Smith, (Mildred), Mrs. Alice Hodgens and Mrs. Thomas Ward, (Georgian), all of Elk City, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Marguerite Marshall of Guthrie, Oklahoma, also a niece, Mrs. Ann Clark, Elk City, Oklahoma. Also a host of friends. Those from Sequoyah County who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Truman Dyer, Mrs. Alta Hyles, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Dyer, all of Muldrow, Oklahoma, Mr. ._and Mrs. Bill Junior Dyer and Jerry Wayne, Roland, Oklahoma, and Mr. and Mrs. W.W. (Buck) Dyer and Ray Dean, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mrs. Harold Dyer and children were unable to attetid, but sent flor- wers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Truman Truman Dyer, spent from Friday until until Sunday, with his brother, Wessley Dyer and then.came by Tulsa, and had lunch wi&^hjis • other brother, W.W. Dyer and family, returning home Sunday afternoon. The rest of the Dyer families returned to their homes, Friday, after Funeral services.