Funeral services for Leo J. Hopper, 69, will be at 2 PM today in the Christian Church in Mutual. Doctor G. L. Messenger, pastor of the First Christian Church in Woodward, and the Rev. Francis Smythe, pastor of the Mutual Christian Church, will officiate.
Hopper will be buried in the Dunlap Cemetery, under the direction of the Good Samaritan Funeral Service of Woodward.
Hopper was born August 16, 1910, on a homestead southeast of Mutual. He spent a few years of his childhood in California and Arizona, then returned to Mutual where he graduated from high school.
For the past 59 years, he had lived on a ranch southeast of Mooreland. He and his wife had just purchased a home at 1030 Ridgecrest in Woodward and were in the process of moving at the time of his death. He died Saturday in a Shattuck hospital, after a lengthy illness.
Hopper and Martha Maultsby were married November 26, 1930. He was a member of the Mutual Christian Church.
In addition to his wife Martha of the home, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Hazel Kenney of Lamarr, Colorado; a brother, Floyd Hopper of Prague; two sisters, Mrs. Juanita Hudson of Golden, Colorado, and Mrs. Velma Soupene of Woodward.
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