minnie l king obit
~~* Mrs, Minnie King Is Dead at 48; Services Monday Mrs. Minnie H. King, a Miami resident for several years, died at 6:40 o'clock Friday afternoon at Miami Baptist hospital after an illness of more than four months. She was 48 years old. Of 125 C street southeast, Mrs. King is survived by her husband, Stanley King; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Clevenger, Miami'; two brothers, Char'.es Leno.x, Sulphur, La., and J. W. Lenox, Tulsa; two j sister?, Mrs. Sarah Essig and_ Mrs. " ~ " Evr'lBWirbotir'ol'T^isa/and'onei granddaughter. , Funeral services will be conduct- \ ed at 9:30 o'clock Monday jnorn- ' iing at the First Christian church with Russell Martin, pastor, of- ficiating. Veterans of Foreign Wars will serve as pallbearers. Women of the VFW auxiliary will be honorary honorary pallbearers and will conduct graveside rites in the Woodland cemetery at Sand Springs.