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Blaine County, Oklahoma

Watonga IOOF Cemetery

© Enid Morning News 
September 1974
Submitted by: Glenn

Mrs. Earl Amo Adams

Age 82 ~ 1974

Hitchcock – Funeral services for Mrs. Earl Amo Adams, 82, who died Wednesday in an Okeene nursing home, will be at 10 AM Saturday in the Hitchcock United Methodist Church. Rev. C. M. Rosser will officiate and burial will be in the I00F Cemetery at Watonga under the direction of the Landes Funeral Home of Okeene.

Mrs. Adams was born at Marvele, Arkansas, and in 1909 she married Edward Adams at Omega. She had lived most of her life in Blaine County and was a member of the Methodist Church.

She was predeceased by her husband and a son, Bill.

Survivors include a grandson, Billy D. Adams, Scottsdale, Arizona; four great – grandchildren, a great – great – grandson and three sisters, Mrs. Lora B. White, El Reno, Mrs. Jennie Mae Opdenhoff, Watonga, and Mrs. Alta Wehmeyer, Billingham, Washington. 

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