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Ethel Leota Crawford Hayden
© Enid Morning News
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Cherokee – The funeral for Ethel Leota Crawford Hayden, 94, will be 10 AM Monday in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery. Ronald McMurtery will officiate. Arrangements are by Goodwin Funeral Home, Cherokee. The casket will not be open.

She was born October 30, 1904, in Carmen to Kay and Fannie Schallner Crawford and died Friday, July 23, 1999, in Alva.

She graduated from high school in Carmen in 1924. She taught school near Dacoma for one year. She married Pat Hayden in 1926 at Alva. She bought Hayden Café in 1947 and operated it for 18 years until retiring in 1965. She was a member of First Baptist Church.

Surviving are one daughter, Evelyn Cochran of Pomona, California; five grandchildren; and three great – grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by one son, one daughter and six brothers.

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