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 - - Sam Harle Dies- (Continued from Paye One}...
- Sam Harle Dies- (Continued from Paye One} 'Monday afternoon at ;J:00 p. m., with the ceremony conducted by- Rev. II. M. Bandy who had bce;n a close friend of his for years. Rev. Bandy paid a tender tribute to the life he had lived, which had been by no means free from hardships and reverses, but which, withal, had remained beautiful to those who knew him. Musical .numbers at the funeral were given by Mrs. Jack Deahl, Mis.-, Evelyn Conner, and Mrs. Fred Harle of Durant, Oklahoma. Active pall bearers were Henry Coeke, Tom Parker, J. M. Shield.*, Jr., C. J. G'lunn, V. R. Jun.-s, A. I,. Cochran, R. H. Coeke and Deskins Wells. IjifJicted with a disease the fatality of which could never be douhEed, Mr. Harl.- had nevertheless fought a brave fi^ht to his last conscious moments, and died peacefully and serene in a faith which was always an inspiration to <(;hose near him. He i.s survived by one brother, four children, a grami son and two daughters-in-law. The brother f Fred J. Harle, resides at Durant. The children are Paul, Sam Jr., Ixmise, and Budge Harle. all of Wellington. The daughters- in-law are Iva Harle and Mar- j'»ri<i Hark, and the grand son is little Sam boy Harle. Interment was made Monday afternoon at 6 o'clock in the ceme"- tet-y at Memphis beside hi., wife '•••'ho died April lf>, 1!)2-1. Burial arrang-rnontr; were by Goodsrm & Klli.'i ;;f Wellington. ---(II H.) ,

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  1. The Wellington Leader,
  2. 13 Aug 1931, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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