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THE WESTERN STAR, 4 August 1944
Obituary of MRS. J. E. PADGETT
DIES IN OKLAHOMA

Mrs. J. E. Padgett, mother of Mrs. Wayne Beitler and a sister of Will McKinney, Mrs. O. J. Mark and Mrs. C. L. Cozad of Coldwater, passed away at her home in El Reno, Oklahoma, on July 24. Funeral services were held in El Reno on Thursday of last week.

Those from this county who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Beitler, Bill McKinney, Mrs. Cozad, Mrs. Sadie McKinney, Russell McKinney and Mrs. Mary McKinney.

Burial services were held in Attica, Kansas, on Friday and were attended, also, by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ellis, Robert and Dorothy McKinney, Mrs. Bill McKinney and daughter, Miss Vera and C. L. Cozad.

At the time of her death, Mrs. Padgett was _2 years of age. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKinney, now deceased. Her husband passed away three months before her death.

Seven children are among the survivors. They are: Carl Padgett and Mrs. Clarence Chappell of El Reno, Mrs. Frank Eaton of Waukegan, Illinois, Mrs. Andrew Zewe of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Wayne Beitler of Coldwater,
Howard Padgett, serving with the Navy in the Southwest Pacific, and Leroy Padgett, in the Army in Italy.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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