W.R. Dallas death notice, May 1947, with mention of marriage to Cora Skiles.
W.R.Dallas Succumbs After Long Illness William Jlalph Dallas, 63, died at his home, 303 Ave. I, today at 11:30 a.m. following a long Illness. Funeral services will be'held at 3. n.m. Saturday at the-Schmuz al Home, conducted by the Philip W, Walker, pastor of First Methodist, Church. In- Brit will ov in the IOOF ceme- lejfy. pallbearers will be John w. Kqrnes, Jr., David Mulkey, Haro!d Hash and Paul Caller of Denton, Plheater Hardy of W|lls Pojnt, and Edgar Scott of Oklahoma City OkFst . ;. . £6rp in .Forpey Feb. 29, 1884. Dallas''hSftaiVed, here since last January. "He and Miss Cora Skiles W(,re Mnrled Jan. 15 1940 In Marietta, Marietta, Qlcl.a. He attended Terre.ll Military-.(School and was a member of the Methodist Church. He had lived' in Texas for 40 years and In Denlou county for 15 eyars. He was last employed at the Fi-dernl Reserve Bank In Oklahoma City, Okla., where he worked for 22 years. Surviving hlrh are two daughters Mrs. J. O. Ramsey of Salinas Calif., and Mrs. E. J. Swatek of Oklahoma City, Okia., his mother Mrs L5 E, Dallas of Dallas; two sisters, Mrs. \V. 13. Humphries of Dallas and Mrs. D. W. Cunimlng of Houston: two brothers, i, L. Dallas of Fort Worth nnd J. M. Dallas Dallas of New Orleans. La.: and two grandsons. Toinmy Swatek and Jimmy Swatek of Oklahoma City Okla.