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Ruth A. Bayliff Winder
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Ruth A. and Charles Glendon WINDER

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Services for Ruth A. Winder, 79, were at 10:30 AM Wednesday at the Friends Church of Cherokee with the Rev. Scott Hinshaw and the Rev. Robert Hutson officiating. Burial was in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery, under the direction of the Fisher Funeral Home of Cherokee.

Mrs. Winder was born at Cherokee on April 5, 1908, to Henry A. and Lydia Cook Bayliff and died Sunday in a Cherokee hospital. She attended school at Cherokee.

She and Charles G. Winder were married July 15, 1928, in Helena, and lived in Osborn County, Kansas, before moving to Anthony, Kansas, in 1935. After her husband's death, Mrs. Winder moved to Cherokee in 1938.

She was a member of the Friends Meeting.

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