Archdale, Clarence B. 29 Jan 1899 - 4 Nov 1969 CCR 6 Nov 1969 p8
[Note: married Freda A. Brown 29 Apr 1905 - 19 Jul 1996; father of Richard E. Archdale 26 Mar 1931 - 29 Jun 2001]
Funeral services for Clarence B. Archdale, 70, of Nixa, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Harris Chapel in Nixa and burial will be in Payne Cemetery north of Nixa. Mr. Archdale was a former resident of Chicago, Ill. and Monett, coming to Nixa in 1961. He was a former chief engineer of the Railways Ice Company in Chicago, Ill. and a member of the Tracy Banner Masonic Lodge No. 810 in Chicago. He died at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday after suffering an apparent heart attack. Survivors include his wife, Freida A.; one son, Richard E. Archdale of Cupertine, Calif.; one brother, Carl of Monett; one sister, Mrs. Ethel Schmidt of San Marcos, Calif.; and two grandchildren.
Archer, Betty Jane (Gardner) Moody 2 Jan 1931 - 25 Dec 1989 OH 28 1989
[Note: Daughter of Lewis Howard & Esther Lucile (Anderson) Gardner; married Alva L. Moody 1926 - 10 December 1952; married second Ronald Wayne Archer 16 Sep 1925 - 19 Jul 2005]
Betty Jane Archer, 58, of Oldfield, died at 5:20 p.m. Monday in Cox Medical Center South following a three-year illness. Mrs. Archer was born in Oldfield and spent much of her life there. She, with her husband, owned and operated Wayne and Betty's Grocery and Service. She was a member of Oldfield Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Wayne; her mother, Lucille Gardner, Oldfield; two sons, Jim Moody, Sand Springs, Okla., and Joe Moody, Linden; four daughters, Sandra Sue Downey, Leavenworth, Kan., Delores Ann Cammack, Pleasanton, Kan., Cynthia Kay Smith, Oldfield, and Betsy Lea Archer, of the the home; a brother, Gerald Lee Gardner, Joplin; a sister, Lea Etta Giessler, Rolla; 13 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Alva Moody. Services will be held today at 1 p.m. at the Oldfield Church of Christ with Herle Gardner officiating. Burial will be in Old Boston Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home. Visitation was Wednesday evening from 7 to 8 in Adams Funeral Chapel of Ozark.
Archer, David Ralph 18 May 1923 - 23 Mar 1983 OH 31 Mar 1983 p8
[Note: Son of ? & Marie ( ) Archer; married Jane]
Services for David R. Archer, 49, Ozark, were held March 26 in Southside Church of Christi with Charles A. White, Dwayne Bray and Paul Johnston officiating, Burial was in Weaver Cemetery. Mr. Archer died March 23 in St. John’s Regional Health Center after an illness of two years. A native of Winfield, Kan., Mr. Archer grew up in Mountain Grove. He served three years during World War II with the Army Air Corps and held a masters degree in agricultural from the University of Missouri. He was a member of Southside Church of Christ in Ozark, where he had been song director since 1952, church elder for 10 years and took great interest in mission work. An employment technician for 12 years with the Springfield State Employment Service, he also taught vocational agriculture at Ozark High School from 1952 to 1955. He operated a small peach orchard in Ozark for many years. Survivors include his wife, Jane; two daughters, Mrs. John Workman, Ozark, Mrs. Elaine Russell, Tulsa, Okla,; a son, Jacob, Ozark; his mother, Mrs. Marie Archer, Mountain Grove; a sister, Mrs. Emma Jean Barker, Taiwan; and five grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made in Fair Haven Children’s Home in Strafford.
Archer, David Ralph 18 May 1923 - 23 Mar 1983 OH 31 Mar 1983 pB9
Card of Thanks
We would like to thank everyone in the church and the community for all the kindnesses extended to us during the time of the illness and death of our husband, father and grandfather. We also would like to commend the ambulance personnel and Joyce and Jerry Rogers for their special help. He will be missed by many. The David R. Archer Family Jane Archer Joan and Randy Workman, Rebecka, Sam and Rachael Elain, Henry Russell and Angela Jacob, Valerie Archer and Vanessa 11-1tp
Archer, Estella Jane “Stella” (Huffman) 6 Aug 1893 - 9 Jun 1982 OH 17 Jun 1982 p10
[Note: Daughter of Jacob & Amanda E. (Rogers) Huffman; married 1912 Walter Archer 7 May 1887 - 25 Dec 1954]
Services for Estella Jane Archer, 88, a native of Douglas County and Goodhope area, were held June 11 in Clinkingbeard Funeral Chapel in Ava with the Rev. Tom Johnson officiating. Burial was in Goodhope Cemetery, Mrs. Archer died June 8 in Maranatha Manor in Springfield after a long illness. Survivors include two sons, Fred, Ava, and Jack, Augusta, Kan.; five daughters, Mrs. Lyn Chocal, West Bloomfield, Mich., Mrs. Irene Williams, Park Ridge, Ill., Mrs. Clara Quince, Milwaukee, Wisc., Mrs. Wanda Maggard, Sparta, and Mrs. Blanche Lakey, Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. Eva Stone, Ava and Mrs. Rusha Archer, Emerson, Iowa; and 17 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Archer, Eugene “Gene” 10 Nov 1912 -11 Sep 1938 CCR 15 Sep 1938 p1
[Note: Son of Walter & Estella Jane “Stella” (Huffman) Archer]
A gay crowd of boys and girls—eight of them—jammed into and hanging on a light coupe, were victims of Christian county’s worst automobile catastrophe Sunday afternoon. One boy was killed instantly, another died enroute to a Springfield hospital, and a third is in a hospital, both legs amputated and physicians predicting he cannot live. The dead: Gene Archer, about 24, Ava mechanic and son of Walt Archer. Kermit Swearingen, about 24, farmer who lived 15 miles south of Ava, the son of Jake Swearingen. Archer and Swearingen, with six others, were riding in or on Archer’s coupe when it sideswiped a small truck driven by Arlie Mitchell, of near Garrison, on Highway 125 two miles east of Garrison at 5 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Archer, who was driving, was instantly killed. His head and chest crushed against the windshield and steering wheel. Swearingen, who suffered a skull fracture and compound fractures of both legs when he was thrown from the left running board of the coupe, died in an ambulance enroute to a hospital in Springfield. Most seriously injured was Glen Thompson, who was riding on the right running board of the coupe. Thompson’s right foot was amputated in Springfield Baptist hospital and his left leg was completely crushed and was amputated Tuesday in an attempt to save his life. He may not live. Dalton Keilbarth, 22, of near Good Hope, son of John Keilbarth, who was also riding on the right running board of the coupe, said the eight persons in the car had been to a baseball game at Garrison between the Chadwick town team and a team from the Little Beaver community, and that Archer had offered to take them all home after the game, which was won by Chadwick 10 to 3. Keilbarth said Imogene Nelson, 17, and her sister, Lodema, 18, of near Good Hope, and Quentin Lethco, about 19, of Merritt, were all riding inside the coupe, with Archer at the wheel. Keilbarth said Archer had a “jug of bootleg whiskey” and that Archer “and the other boys” had been drinking during the afternoon. Keilbarth said he had tried to persuade Archer to stop drinking before they left the baseball park. The Archer car was going east when it met the Mitchell truck, headed west. Keilbarth said the coupe was traveling about 55 or 60 miles an hour when it struck the truck. The coupe rolled over several times and crashed into a ditch seven feet deep on the north side of the road. Mitchell and his wife, riding with him, escaped injury. Their truck was badly damaged, but did not overturn. The injured were all taken to Springfield Baptist hospital in a Klepper ambulance. The Nelson girls, hospital attendants said, were not badly injured, both receiving cuts and bruises. Miss Owens, also, escaped serious injury. Keilbrath has cuts and bruises on his back and head, and his right great toe was amputated. Lethco’s injuries were so slight that he was not taken to a hospital. He had played left field for the Little Beaver team in the ball game.
Archer, Ronald Wayne 16 Sep 1925 - 19 Jul 2005 SN-L 21 Jul 2005
[Note: Son of Frank & Bertha ( ) Archer; married ?; married Betty Jane Gardner 2 Jan 1931 - 25 Dec 1989]
Ronald Wayne Archer, age 79, of Oldfield, joined God on Tuesday, July 19, 2005. He was born September 16, 1925, in Ava. Wayne was a retired truck driver. He enjoyed farming and logging. He was a father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who will be missed by many. Survivors include five children: Cynthia K. Smith, Chillicothe; Saundra Downey, Atchison, Kan.; Delores Cammack, Plano, Texas; Betsy Fox, Kansas City, Mo.; and Jim Moody, Springfield; 10 grandchildren, including Emilie Jane Lynn Smith and Traci Ann Badovinatz; four great-grandchildren; three sisters, Wanda, Jackie, and Ailene; three brothers, Norman, Dale, and Frank Archer; and many others who knew him as Dad and Grandpa. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Jane Archer; and a son, Joe Moody. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 30, 2005, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Old Boston Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday in the funeral home.
Archer, Ronald Wayne 16 Sep 1925 - 19 Jul 2005 SN-L 23 Jul 2005
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today, July 23, 2005, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Old Boston Cemetery.
Arehart, Michael DeWayne Jul 1989 - 21 Nov 1989 OH 30 Nov 1989
[Note: Son of Brent & Tonya (Williams) Arehart]
Michael DeWayne Arehart, four months old, died from a sudden illness Nov. 21 in St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield. Services were held Friday in Adams Funeral Home of Ozark with the Rev. Lew Cort, Jr., officiating. Cremation followed. Survivors include his father, Brent Arehart, Bakersfield, Calif.; his mother, Tonya Arehart, Ozark; two sisters, Stephanie Green and Kristine Arehart, Ozark; a brother, Raymond Green, Ozark; maternal grandparents, Junior and Cora Williams, Ozark; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Utley, Joplin; maternal great-grandfather, Noel Williams, Long Lane, Mo.; and aunts, uncles. and many cousins.
Arender, Alice S. (Sykes) 21 Nov 1916 - 19 Nov 2004 SN-L 20 Nov 2004
[Note: Daughter of Phil Silas & Ella (Ponder) Skyes; married Hershel K. Arender, Sr.21 Jan 1912 - 2 Mar 1992]
Alice S. Arender, 87, of Rogersville, passed away Friday morning in her home. Surviving are her son, Kary Arender and wife Martha; six daughters, June Eady and Kenneth, Lynda Lee and Daniel, Deborah Alexander and Jerry, Paula Englund and Larry, Martha Smith and Dale, and Donna Womack; 31 grandchildren; and 36 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Preston-Marsh Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hopedale Cemetery, Ozark. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the funeral home. Springfield News-Leader November 20, 2004.
Arender, Alice S. (Sykes) 21 Nov 1916 - 19 Nov 2004 SN-L 20 Nov 2004
Alice S. Arender, 87, Rogersville, died Friday, Nov. 19, 2004 at her home. Alice was born on Nov. 21, 1916 in Crystal Springs to Phil Silas and Ella Ponder Sykes. She was a graduate of Crystal Springs High School and of Clarke Business College in Jackson. She attended the Church of God Holiness at Forland. Alice was married to Hershel Kary Arender Sr. on Sept. 7, 1939 and he preceded her in death on March 2, 1992. Surviving is her son Kary Arender Jr. and wife Martha, Fordland; six daughters, Judy Eady and her husband Kenneth, Rogersville, Lynda Lee and husband Daniel, Hobe Sound, Fla., Alexander and husband Jerry, Rogersville, Paula Englund and husband Larry, Stockton, Martha Smith and husband Dale, Rogersville, Donna Womack, Rogersville; 31 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law Mertis Sykes, Jackson; and several nieces and nephews. Alice was also preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Phil Sykes Jr. and Estes Sykes, seven sisters, Pallie Covington, Vergie Hooks, Jerusha Smith, Mattie Patrick, Mertis Booth, Maggie Barber and Ann Gridley.
Arentzen, Leatrice Geneal “Nicki” (Barnett) 9 Jan 1934 - 8 Dec 2005 SN-L 9 Dec 2005
[Note: Daughter of Austin & Cecil (Penny) Barnett; married Adolph Arentzen]
"Nicki" Leatrice Geneal Arentzen, age 71, of Ozark, passed away Thursday, December 8, 2005, in Cox South Hospital. She had been a resident of Century Pines in Ozark. She was born January 9, 1934, in Union, Missouri, the daughter of Austin and Cecil (Penny) Barnett. Nicki had a passion for gardening and enjoyed ceramics and fishing. She loved babies and being with family, playing the piano and singing. She was affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include: five children, Brenda Fogler and husband, Steve, Danvers, Illinois, Ricky Henry, Naples, Florida, Sally Henry, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sharon Rogy, Bloomington, Illinois, and Rob Henry and wife, Deb, Nixa; 11 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a brother, Bill Barnett, Kentucky; a sister, Naomi Cooney and husband, Alvin, Aurora; a special cousin, Ervin Barnett and his wife, Emma Lou, Billings; nieces; nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by, her parents; her husband, Adolph Arentzen; two brothers, Robert and Bernard Barnett; and a sister, Mary Lou Curbow. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Donna Quimby-Edwards, Jim Edwards, Lisa Burdick and her son, and staff at Century Pines for their loving care of Nicki. In accordance with Nicki's wishes she was a organ donor, followed by cremation. A visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, December 11, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Memorial contributions may be made to Century Pines gardening fund.
Armantrout, Elmer Lloyd 17 Jun 1891 - 4 Oct 1972 CCR 5 Oct 1972 p1
[Note: married Jessie Ellen Long 5 Mar 1891 - 22 Oct 1955; married Jessie Ellen Long 5 Mar 1891 - 22 Oct 1955; married 4 Nov 1956 Laura Millie Shipman 7 Nov 1888 - 28 Feb 1977 m/1 Nelson]
Lloyd Armantrout, 81, Sparta, died at 1:35 a.m. Wednesday at Cox Medical Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Mr. Armantrout was a lifelong Christian County resident and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church at Ozark. He is survived by his wife, Laura; a son, Clo Armantrout of Corvallis, Ore.; two stepsons, Calvin Randall of Long Beach, Calif. and Leo Nelson of Elkhead; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Tressie Swearengin, Elkhead; two sisters, Mrs. Elvessa Campbell, Alva, Okla. and Mrs. Alma Yeager, Blackwell, Okla.; a brother, Earl Armantrout of Freedom, Okla.; 25 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. Arrangements will be announced by Harris Funeral Home of Ozark.
Armantrout, Elmer Lloyd 17 Jun 1891 - 4 Oct 1972 OH 12 Oct 1972 p1
SPARTA - Funeral services for Lloyd Armantrout, 81, of Sparta were held lat Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Harris Chapel at Ozark with the Rev. Willie Thomas officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Laura; a son, Clo Armantrout of Corvallis, Ore.; two stepsons, Calvin Randall of Long Beach, Calif. and Leo Nelson of Elkhead; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Tressie Swearengin, Elkhead; two sisters, Mrs. Elvessa Campbell, Alva, Okla. and Mrs. Alma Yeager, Blackwell, Okla.; a brother, Earl Armantrout of Freedom, Okla.; 25 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren.
Armantrout, Jesse Ellen (Long) 5 Mar 1891 - 22 Oct 1955 CCR 27 Oct 1955 p5
[Note: Daughter of W. O. & ? ( ) Long; married Elmer Lloyd Armantrout 17 Jun 1891 - 4 Oct 1972]
Mrs. Jessie E. Armantrout, 64, died Saturday afternoon at her home in Elkhead after suffering a heart attack. Mrs. Armantrout, a member of the Bruner Community Church. moved to Elkhead nine years ago from Salt Lake City, Utah. Survivors include her husband, E. L.; three sons, Jim of Salt Lake City, Utah, Clo of Rolla and Calvin Randall of Long Beach, Calif; a daughter, Iris of the home; a sister, Mrs. Dora Sherrad of Pasadena, Calif.; three brothers, William and Frank Long of Jamestown, Ind. and Frank Long of Vance, Ind. and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Bruner Community Church in Bruner by the Rev. John Madala. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery under direction of Chaffin of Ozark.
Armentrout, Laura Millie (Shipman) Nelson Randall 7 Nov 1888 - 28 Feb 1977 OH 3 Mar 1977 p2
[Note: married 19 Oct 1905 CCM Eligah Nelson 21 Feb 1879 - 11 Sep 1953; Married ? Randall; married 4 Nov 1956 CCM Elmer Lloyd Armentrout 17 Jun 1891 - 4 Oct 1972; both Nelson & Armentrout stones in Harvill Cemetery]
SPARTA - Mrs. Laura W. Armentrout, 86, of Sparta, died at 4:35 a.m. Monday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, following a short illness. Mrs. Armentrout, a resident of Christian County most of her life, was a member of First Baptist Church, Sparta. She is survived by a son, Leo Nelson, Elkhead; a daughter, Mrs. Tressie Swearengin, Sparta; two step-sons, Clo Armentrout, Corvallis, Calif. and Calvin Randall, Long Beach, Calif., a sister, Mrs. Ida Gunter, Selma, Calif.; 15 grandchildren; 26 great grandchildren; 8 great great grandchildren; 14 step grandchildren and seven step great grandchildren.
Armentrout, Laura Millie (Shipman) Nelson Randall 7 Nov 1888 - 28 Feb 1977 OH 10 Mar 1977 p10
We would like to thank each one for prayers, flowers, food, visits, cards and every act of kindness shown us during the loss of our loved one. Alma Swearengin Family, Leo Nelson Family, Armentrout Family
Armitage, Deuel (Brown) Miebach 1 Feb 1912 - 18 Apr 1993 OH 21 Apr 1993
[Note: Daughter of Arthur & Frances (Davis) Brown; married ? Miebach; married John Logan Armitage 30 Sep 1881 - 28 Apr 1976]
Deuel Brown Armitage died Sunday, April 18, 1993 in her home following a long illness. She was born Feb. 1, 1912 in Stone County, the daughter of Arthur and Frances Davis Brown. she had lived in the Chestnut Ridge area since 1946. She was a member of the Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. She was a homemaker and an avid gardener. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, John Logan Armitage, April 28, 1976, a son, Leon Miebach, three sisters, Stevy Brown, Mettie Patrick and Norma Bass. She is survived by four sons, Waldo and his wife, Merle, John and his wife Patti, Chestnut Ridge, Vern Miebach and his wife Judy, and Dell Miebach and his wife Diana, Albany Ore., a daughter, Francis McCoy, Chestnut Ridge; three sisters, Mary Mease and her husband, Jim, Reed Springs, Margaret Epps, Orosi, Calif., and Maxine Maples and her husband, Ward, Billings; 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services will be Thursday, April 22 at the Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church with the Rev. Phil Barnhart officiating. Burial will follow in the Spokane Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday, April 12, from 2 to 8 p.m. at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel, Ozark.
Armitage, Logan John 30 Sep 1881 - 28 Apr 1976 OH 6 May 1976 p6
[Note: Son of John & Eliza J. ( ) Armitage; married Henrietta “Rettie” Cummings 27 Mar 1887 - 6 Feb 1937; married 30 Dec 1946 Deuel Brown 1 Feb 1912 - 18 Apr 1993 m/1 Miebach]
CHESTNUTRIDGE - Logan Armitage, 94, Chestnutridge, died at 3:35 a.m. Wednesday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a short illness. Mr. Armitage was a native of Carroll County and had been a resident of Chestnutridge since the age of three. He was a member of the Chestnutridge Baptist Church and was a retired farmer. Survivors include his wife, Deuel, two sons, Waldo and John, both of Chestnutridge; three step-sons, Leon Mieback, Willis, Tex., and Vern and Dell Mieback, both of Albany, Ore., a step-daughter, Mrs. Frances Baird, Ozark; three grandchildren, two great grandchildren and seven step great grandchildren.
Armitage, Merle Esther (Estep) 22 Mar 1921 - 12 Mar 1998 CCH-N 25 Mar 1998
[Note: Daughter of Firel & Gladys (Bougher) Estep; married 25 Apr 1938 Waldo Hanson Armitage]
Merle Esther Armitage, age 76, of Chestnut Ridge, died Thursday, March 12, 1998, in her home. She was born March 22, 1921 in Walnut Shade and was the daughter of Firel and Gladys (Bougher) Estep. On April 25, 1938 she was united in marriage to Waldo Hanson Armitage. He preceded her in death on February 28, 1998. Mrs. Armitage worked alongside her husband in the operation of the general store at Chestnut Ridge for many years, and was also Chestnut Ridge Postmaster. Mrs. Armitage was well known for her ability to create hand made quilts. She was an active member of Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. Survivors include: her son, Vernon Armitage and his wife, Charlene, Liberty; two grandchildren, Kelly Huisenga and her husband , Larry, Nixa; and Timothy Armitage, Napa, Calif.; two great-grandchildren, two brothers, Howard Estep, Burns, Ore., and Richard Estep, Sacramento, Calif.; and a sister, Maxine Huff, Arcadia. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 17, in Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church with Rev. Paul Swadley and Rev. Mike Williams and Glenna Tennis officiating. Burial was in Schupbach Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Armitage, Patti Jane (McQuisten) 1 Feb 1953 - 7 Jan 1996 CCH-N 13 Jan 1996 & CCH-N 17 Jan 1996
[Note: Daughter of Sam & June (Clevenger) McQuisten; married 4 Sep 1971 CCM John Floyd Armitage]
Patti Jane Armitage, 42, Chestnut Ridge, passed away at 10:37 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 7, 1996, in her home. Patti was born Feb. 1, 1953, in Wheatland, Wyoming, the daughter of Sam McQuisten and June Clevenger Johnson. She was united in marriage to John Armitage on Sept. 4, 1971, in the Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. Survivors include: Her husband, John, of the home; two sons, John Jeffrey, Chestnut Ridge, and David Wayne, of the home; her father, Sam McQuisten, of Ozark; her mother, June Johnson, of Forsyth; one brother, Bob McQuisten, Sparta; one sister, Beverly Hodges, Springfield; one step brother, David West, Kansas City; and one step sister, Janna Conway, of Springfield. Funeral services were at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 11, 1996, in the Spokane High School with the Revs. Kent Miller, Gary Robinson, and Clifford Day officiating. Burial following in the Spokane Cemetery, under the direction of Harris, a Cassity Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark. Visitation was Wednesday from 6-7:00 p.m., in the funeral home.
Armitage, Waldo Hanson 18 Sep 1906 - 28 1998 CCH-N 11 Mar 1998
[Note: Son of Logan John & Henrietta “Rettie“ (Cummings) Armitage; married 25 Apr 1938 Merle Esther Estep 22 Mar 1921 - 12 Mar 1998]
Waldo Hanson Armitage, age 91, of Chestnut Ridge, died Feb. 28, 1998, in Skaggs Community Health Center, Branson. He was born Sept. 18, 1906 in Taney County, and was the son of Logan John and Henrietta (Cummings) Armitage. On April 25, 1938 he married Merle Esther Estep. In 1936 Armitage opened a general store in Chestnut Ridge which he continued to operate for many years. He also owned Armitage Clockworks, selling his own handmade clocks. He was an active member and deacon of Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Merle; a son, Vernon Armitage and his wife, Charlene, of Liberty; two grandchildren, Kelly Huisenga and her husband, Larry, Nixa, and Timothy Armitage, Napa; Calif.; two great-grandchildren, Logan and Noah Huisenga; and a brother, John Armitage, Chestnut Ridge. Funeral services were held March 3, 1998, in Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church with Rev. Paul Swadley and Rev. Mike Williams officiating. Burial was in Schupbach Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Armour, Harriett P. 1886 - 2 May 1967 CCR 4 May 1967 p1
Mrs. Harriett P. Armour, 80, of Oldfield, died at 7:35 a.m. Tuesday in the home of a son, John, also of Oldfield, following an illness of a few months. Mrs. Armour, a member of the Fundamental Baptist church at Mound, is also survived by another son, Jake of Rocky Ford, Colo; an adopted son, Leroy of Springfield; one daughter, Mrs. Minnie Grubb, Oilton, Okla.; 10 grandchildren; four step-grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Mound Church near Oldfield with the Rev. Ralph German officiating. Burial will be in Mound Cemetery under direction of Clingkingbeard.
Arms, Bessie Agnes (Rogers) 28 Mar 1914 - 28 Dec 2003 CCH-N 7 Jan 2004
[Note: Daughter of Louis & Anna (Pletcher) Rogers; married 2 Jul 1943 Earl Leland Arms 11 Jan 1922 - 9 Sep 2007]
Bessie Agnes Arms, 89, died of cancer Sunday, Dec. 28, 2003, at her home. She was born on March 28, 1914, in Ochiltree County, Texas, the daughter of Louis and Anna Rogers. She attended school in Texas until her family moved to the community of Sparta in 1924. She graduated from Russell Elementary school and left home to work at an early age. She worked in Springfield in private homes until going to Wichita, Kan. to work. She returned to Springfield in 1939 to attend college at Southwest Missouri State University. She married Earl Leland Arms on July 3, 1943 in Louisville, Ky. She joined the U.S. Army WACs as a medical technician during World War II. After the war ended, she and her husband attended the Missouri University where they graduated in 1949. While attending the university, two daughters, Earline and Adella, were born to them. After graduation, Earl Arms took a job with the Missouri Highway Department as a civil engineer and they moved to Springfield. Two sons were born to the family in Springfield, Louis in 1950, and Leland in 1956. Arms taught school in several communities including Strafford and Springfield. Arms attended First Church of the Nazarene where she devoted many hours of caring service. She was actively involved in the 4H youth program, Sunday School, Mission groups and personal outreach until her health prevented active participation. She was a member of the Daughters of American Revolution. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Adella Boller, in 1990; one sister, Glades King; and brothers, Bennie Rogers and George Rogers. Survivors include her husband of 60 years; their children and spouses, Earline and Michael Dikeman, Manhattan, Kan., Louis and Carol Arms, Muncie, Ind., and Leland and Beverly Arms, Harvard, Ill.; grandchildren and spouses, Mark and Cheryl Dikeman, Rebecca and Josh Hendricks, Hannah Boller, Rachel Boller, Jennifer and Darin Zebel, Stephanie and B.J. Murray, and Megan Arms; five sisters, Blanche Goins, Bruner, Arlene Goins, Brownsville, Texas, Pauline Ryals, Morton, Ill., Vivian Johns, Springfield, and Susie Johns, Sparta; and three brothers, John Rogers, Liberty, Pletcher Rogers, Sparta, and Charles Rogers, Sparta. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 2, 2004, at the Springfield First Church of the Nazarene. Visitation was held from 6 to 7 p.m. Jan. 1, 2004 at the Walnut Lawn Funeral Home. Memorial donations may be made the the First Church of the Nazarene building fund.
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Arms, Della (Guffey) 28 Feb 1885 - 8 Dec 1946 CCR 26 Dec 1946 p1
[Note: married 20 Jan 1908 Irwin Bruce Arms]
Mrs. Della Arms was born near Breckenridge, Mo., on Feb. 28, 1885, and passed away Dec. 8, 1946, at St. Joseph hospital in Kansas City where she had been undergoing treatment for the past several weeks. She had lived near Breckenridge until about 15 years ago when she moved with her family to Sparta where the family now lives. On Jan. 20, 1908, she was united in marriage with Irwin B. Arms and to this union nine children were born, one daughter, Irma and eight sons, Gilbert, Alton, Claude, Edwin, Junior, Earl, John and Glen, all of whom survive. Also surviving is her husband, Irwin B.; 15 grandchildren; one brother, S.B. Guffey of Nettleton, Mo.; one sister, Mrs. Nellie Bowers of Breckenridge. Funeral services were held in Breckenridge with burial in the Rosehill cemetery there.
[note discrepancy between spelling husband’s name Irwin & son’s name Irvin - which is correct?]
Arms, Earl Leland 11 Jan 1922 - 9 Sep 2007 SN-L 13 Sep 2007
[Note: Son of Irwin Bruce & Della (Guffey) Arms; married 3 Jul 1943 Bessie Agnes Rogers 28 Mar 1914 - 28 Dec 2003]
Earl Leland Arms, 85, a retired civil engineer, formerly of Springfield, Missouri, passed away on Sunday, September 9, 2007. He was born on January 11, 1922, in Breckenridge, Missouri, to Irwin B. Arms and Della Guffey Arms, the sixth of nine children. The family moved to Bruner, Missouri, when Earl was 10. He attended Bruner grade school and graduated from Sparta High School. He served in the U.S. Army from 1942-1945. He was a member of the First Special Services Unit, nicknamed the Devil's Brigade. He served in North Africa, Italy, France and Norway during World War II. He married Bessie Rogers on July 3, 1943, in Louisville, Ky. After the war ended, Earl and Bessie attended the University of Missouri, where they graduated in 1949. While attending the University of Missouri, two daughters, Earline and Adella, were born to them. After graduation, Earl took a job with the Missouri Highway Department as a civil engineer, and they moved to Springfield. Two sons were born to the family in Springfield, Louis in 1950, and Leland in 1956. Earl's job also took him to St. Louis and Macon, Mo., before retiring back to Springfield in 1982. He was a licensed professional engineer, and a member of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers. Earl was a longtime member of Springfield First Nazarene Church, where he served on numerous boards and as a Sunday school teacher. Their home was always open to the youth and children of the church. Earl was preceded in death, in 2003, by Bessie, his wife of 60 years; and in 1990, by his daughter, Adella Boller, as well as his seven brothers and one sister. He leaves behind a daughter and two sons, and their spouses, Earline and Michael Dikeman of Manhattan, Kan., Louis and Carol Arms of Muncie, Ind., and Leland and Beverly Arms of Harvard, Ill. His grandchildren are Jennifer and Darin Zebel, Mark Dikeman, Becca Hendricks, Stephanie and BJ Murray, Hannah and Travis Self, Rachel and Joey Shald and Megan Arms. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. The Arms family will receive friends today, September 13, 2007, from 6 to 7 p.m. at Walnut Lawn Funeral Home, Springfield, Missouri. Services will be held Friday, September 14, 2007, at 10 a.m. at Springfield First Nazarene Church, located at 3245 S. Kansas Ave, Springfield, Mo. Burial will follow in Sparta Cemetery, Sparta, Mo., with full military honors. An online memorial may be signed at www.walnutlawnfuneralhome.com. Memorial donations may be made in his honor to the Springfield First Nazarene Church building fund.
Arms, George Edwin 28 Oct 1915 - 16 Jun 1986 OH 26 Jun 1986 p6
[Note: Son of Irwin Bruce & Della (Guffey) Arms; married Dorothy 13 Apr 1921 - 18 Sep 2004 ]
Services for George Edwin Arms, 70, Durham, North Carolina, formerly of Sparta, were held June 18 at First Presbyterian Church, Durham, with the Rev. Joseph S. Harvard officiating. Mr. Arms died June 16 following a long illness. He had lived in Durham since 1945 and was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He was associated with the Uzzle Cadillac-Oldsmobile Motor Co. from January 1946 until January 1986. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Durham, where he served as a deacon. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; one daughter, Kyle A. Lemke, Durham; one son, Thomas H. Arms, San Jose, Calif.; six brothers, Gilbert Arms, Maryville, Claude Arms, Hamilton, Irwin Arms, Tulsa, Okla., Earl Arms, Springfield, John Arms, San Jose, Calif. and Glenn Arms, Waterloo, Iowa; one sister, Irma A. Watts, Ozark; and three grandchildren.
Arms, Irvin Junior 23 Jan 1919 - 26 Oct 1988 OH 1 Dec 1988
[Note: Son of Irwin Bruce & Della (Guffey) Arms; married Maxine]
Irvin Junior Arms, 69, of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, died Oct. 26. Services for Mr. Arms were held at the First Baptist Church in Broken Arrow, with the Rev. Nick Garland officiating. Burial was in Woodland Cemetery, Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Mr. Arms retired from the Vaughn Oil Company, where he was employed for .30 years. He also had served as a Broken Arrow Public Schools employee. He is survived by his wife, Maxine; a daughter, Iva Jeanette Bradley; sons Dan Hutchison, Joel Hutchison, and David Arms; a sister, Irma Watts; brothers Earl Arms, Claude Arms, John Arms and Glenn Arms; eight grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Armstrong, Ada Lucille (Dodds) 14 Sep 1912 - Apr 1976 OH 15 Apr 1976 p4
[Note: Daughter of Roy W. & Nancy J. ( ) Dodds; married 14 Feb 1932 Albert L. Armstrong]
Billings - Mrs. Ada Lucille Armstrong, 63, Route 2, Billings, died at 6:47 p.m. Friday in Cox Medical Center after a six-month illness. A Galloway native, she has worked at several fashion stores and had worked at Le Vogue Fashion shortly before her illness. Mrs. Armstrong was a member of the Billings Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband, Albert L.; one son, George L. of Springfield; one daughter, Mrs. Mary J. Thomasson, Belleville, Kan.; one sister, Mrs. Louise Huxley, 1831 South Fremont and four grandchildren. Services were announced by Herman H. Lohmeyer.
Armstrong, Donald L. 10 Feb 1906 - 15 Jul 2008 SN-L 18 Jul 2008 & SN-L 19 Jul 2008
[Note: married 1948 Therese Fearn]
Donald L. Armstrong, born February 10, 1906, passed away July 15, 2008, in his home in Nixa, Mo. Survivors are his best-friend and wife of nearly 60 years, Therese (Fearn) Armstrong; children, Rachelle Sobaski and husband David, Ronald and Donald Armstrong; grandchildren, Gena Sobaski and Eric Sobaski and his wife Megan; step-grandchildren, Kris, Joe, and his daughter Isabella Sobaski. Service is July 18, 10 a.m., MO Veterans Cemetery. Memorial donations: St. Francis of Assisi Church, PO Box 1920, Nixa, MO 65714 or St. John's Hospice, 1378 E. Republic, Spfld MO 65804.
Armstrong, Edward Ryal, Jr. 9 Mar 1927 - 13 Jul 2007 SN-L 15 Jul 2007 & CCH-N 18 Jul 2007
[Note: Son of Edward Ryal & Emily (Vannattan) Armstrong, Sr.; married Gloria]
Edward Ryal Armstrong Jr., age 80, of Nixa, Mo., passed away Friday, July 13, 2007, in Cox South, Springfield, Mo. He was born March 9, 1927, in Newmansville, Ill., the son of Edward Sr. and Emily (Vannattan) Armstrong. Edward worked for Gulf Mobile and Ohio Railroad. He was a member of the American Legion, the VFW, and was a 50-year member of the Masons. Survivors include his wife, Gloria, Nixa; two daughters, Cindy Rhodes, Nixa, and Loy Janelle and husband, Bill Conn, Havana, Ill.; four grandchildren, Greg Rhodes, Tiffani Rhodes, Rick Conn and wife, Shelley, and Kris and husband, Brian Goodwin; four great-grandchildren, Dakota Price, Alex and Dylan Conn, and Madeline Grace Goodwin; two sisters, Evelyn and husband, Louis Foster, and Florence and husband, Bob Isley; as well as nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and a nephew. Visitation will be Monday 4 to 6 p.m. in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, Mo. Funeral services will be 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Pastor Rod Kelley officiating. Burial will follow in Missouri Veterans Cemetery with military honors.
Armstrong, Eugene Corneileous “Gene” 31 Jan 1925 - 20 Jan 2008 SN-L 2 Feb 2008 & CCH-N 6 Feb 2008
[Note: Son of William & Binez Elizabeth (Palmer) Armstrong]
Eugene "Gene" Corneileous Armstrong, age 82, of Nixa, passed away Wednesday, January 30, 2008. He was born January 31, 1925, the son of William and Binez Elizabeth (Palmer) Armstrong. Gene was a 50 year member of Englewood Masonic Lodge # 166 A.F. & A.M., Denver, Colorado. He had lived in Missouri since 1980. Throughout his working career, he was a truck driver in Colorado, owned Altura Transmission Shop in Colorado and owned Golden Dawn Motel in Pittsburg, Missouri. He was a pilot and always enjoyed flying. Survivors include: three children, Linda Langford and husband, Chris, Clever, Walter Armstrong and wife, Dorothy, Wichita, Kan., and Gail Garcia and husband, Rudy, Wichita, Kan.; 11 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren. Gene was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Phillip Armstrong; and two sisters, Barbara Ann and Louise. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield, under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.
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Armstrong, Helen Louise (Gardner) Workman 31 Jan 1917 – 14 Dec 1994 CCH-N 21 Dec 1994
[Note: Daughter of William A. & Margaret “Maggie” (Richardson) Gardner; married 30 Mar 1932 Mike Workman 1909 - 13 May 1960; married Boyd Armstrong]
Helen Louise Armstrong, 77, Grandview, Wash., formerly of Oldfield, died Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1994, in Grandview. She was born Jan. 31, 1917, in St. Joseph, the daughter of William A. and Margaret (Richardson) Gardner. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Boyd Armstrong, in 1990; a brother; two sisters; a grandson; and a great-grandson. Survivors include two daughters, Nancy Roller, Springfield, and Peggy Webb, Grandview, Wash.; a brother, Herle Gardner, Sparta; 10 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Service were held Sunday, Dec. 18; 1994, in Oldfield Church of Christ, with Clarence Feeney officiating. Burial was in Oldfield Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Arndt, Albert C. 26 Jul 1870 - 4 Sep 1943 CCR 9 Sep 1943 p5
[Note: Son of Frederich H. J. & Fredericka J. (Schwartz) Arndt; married Augusta L. Bengsch 9 Sep 1872 - 21 Sep 1951]
Funeral arrangements are incomplete, pending arrival of relatives for Albert Arndt, 73, prominent farmer of the Clever community, who died at his home Saturday afternoon following a heart attack. Burial will be in Smart cemetery under direction of the Maples Funeral Home of Clever. Survivors include his wife, Augusta, four sons, Hilbert, Leonard and Curtis of Kansas City, Lawrence of the U.S. Navy, two daughters, Mrs. Marie Daggitt of Kansas City, and Mrs. Elnora Hill of Battlefield, and four brothers, Will of Billings, Fred of Battlefield, and Frank and Robert of Clever.
Arndt, Albert O. 18 Jul 1907 - 22 Aug 1974 OH 29 Aug 1974 p2
[Note: Son of Robert & Hulda E. (Bengsch) Arndt; married 31 Jul 1930 Alberta Clara Tiede 27 Nov 1911 - 6 Jun 1956; married 4 Dec 1959 Thetta Cynthia Phillips 14 Aug 1909 - 25 Nov 1991 who m/1 Ganey Fugitt]
CLEVER - Albert Arndt, 67, a lifelong resident of Clever, died at 8:22 p.m. Thursday in Cox Medical Center Springfield after apparently suffered a heart attack. He was a retired farmer and rural mail carrier, and member of Clever Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Thetta; a son, Raymond of Neosho; two daughters, Mrs. Ermille Crow of Clever and Mrs. Leona Nelson, Hurst, Tex.; a step-daughters, Mrs. Sue Melton, Ozark; a sister, Miss Sylvia Arndt, Springfield; five brothers, Clarence, of Clever, Otis of Florence, Ariz., Earle of Tulsa, Okla., and Lloyd and Wilford, both of Republic; nine grandchildren and a step grandchild. Funeral services were at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Clever Methodist Church with the Rev. Larkin Haden officiating. Burial was in Smart Cemetery near Billings under direction of Harris of Nixa.
Arndt, Alberta Clara (Tiede) 27 Nov 1911 - 6 Jun 1956 CCR 14 Jun 1956 p5
[Note: Daughter of Henry & Sarah Anna (Phillips) Tiede; married 31 Jul 1930 Albert ) Arndt 18 Jul 1907 - 22 Aug 1974 ]
Funeral services for Mrs. Alberta Clara Tiede Arndt, 44 who died instantly Wednesday, June 6 when her auto collided with a train at a railroad crossing on highway 14, a mile west of Clever, were held Sunday afternoon at Clever Methodist Church. Rev. Floyd Holt and Rev. Kenneth Bunting officiated, and burial was in Smart Cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Clever. She was a member of the Clever Methodist Church and had served as Sunday school teach for several years. Survivors include her husband, Albert O. Arndt of the home southeast of Clever; one son, Raymond Arndt of Inglewood, Calif; two daughters. Mrs. Ermilee Crow of Clever and Mrs. Leona Nelson of Kansas City, Kan.; two grandchildren; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tiede of Marionville; five brothers, Roy and Smilie Tiede of Springfield and William, Charlie and Louie Tiede of Marionville; two sisters, Mrs. Luis Hirning of Independence , Mo and Mrs. Fanny Denney of Springfield and other relatives.
Arndt, Annie L. (Points) 1897 - 17 Nov 1951 CCR 22 Nov 1951
[Note: Daughter of George & Eddie ( ) Points; married 12 Nov 1919 Henry Arndt; may be the Henry Arndt 18 Jan 1892 - 19 Feb 1963]
Mrs. Annie L. Arndt, 54, who lived five miles north of Crane, died suddenly Saturday night, Nov. 17. Death presumably followed a heart attack. Mrs. Arndt was born in Greene county and was a lifelong resident of Greene, Christian and Stone counties. She lived 20 years in her present home. She was a member of the Christian church. Survivors include her husband, Henry Arndt, a farmer; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Brown of Crane, Mrs. Maudie McCord of Clarinda, Iowa, and Mrs. Ada Wolfe of Route 1, Clever; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. Tom Proctor in Shiloh Baptist church north of Crane. Burial was in Oddfellows cemetery at Marionville with Harris of Clever in charge.
Arndt, Augusta Louisa Christine (Bengsch) 9 Sep 1872 - 21 Sep 1951 CCR 27 Sep 1951
[Note: Daughter of John & Augusta Mary Dortha ( Brussat) Bengsch; married Albert C. Arndt 26 Jul 1870 - 4 Sep 1943]
Relatives have received word that Mrs. Augusta Louis Arndt, 79, long-time resident of Clever, died Saturday, Sept 22, in Hollydale, CA where she had been living for the last six years. She was a member of the Clever Methodist church. Mrs. Arndt is survived by four sons, Hilbert and Leonard Arndt of Kansas City, Curtis Arndt of Route 1, Nixa and Lawrence Arndt of El Reno, OK; two daughters, Mrs. Marie Daggett of Kansas City and Mrs. Elenora Hill of Hollydale, CA; a brother, Ernest Bengsch of Route 1, Billings; two sisters, Mrs. Hulda Arndt of Clever and Mrs. Lenora Prel of Milwaukee, WS; 15 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete, but services will be under direction of Harris of Clever.
Arndt, Augustus Fredrick 6 Jan 1868 - 28 Mar 1951 CCR 5 Apr 1951
[Note: Son of Frederick & Freda (Rhine) Arndt; married 1890 Olive Beal]
Augustus F. Arndt, 83, died March 28 at his home near Battlefield. Born in Ohio, he came to Clever with his parents at the age of eight, and lived there until his marriage to Olive Beal in 1890, when they moved to Battlefield. He was a member of the Walnut Hill Church of Christ. Survivors include his widow; three sons, Herbert and Harold of Brookline and Roy of Springfield; two daughters, Mrs. Homer Campbell of Brookline, and Mrs. Homer McConnell of Nixa; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Walnut Hill Church of Christ, with burial in Patterson cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Clever.
Arndt, Bessie Pearl 19 Dec 1910 - 3 Oct 1935 CCR 10 Oct 1935 p4
[Note: Daughter of Frank Louis & Mary Elizabeth (Garrison) Arndt]
Bessie Pearl Arndt, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arndt, was born Dec. 19, 1910, and passed away at the Aurora hospital Oct. 3, 1935, at the age of 24 years, 9 months and 14 days. She united with the Clever Christian Church at the age of 15 years and lived a consecrated Christian life until the end. She was willing to submit to the will of God and expressed herself as being ready to go if it should be God’s will to call her home. She bore her pain and suffering with patience to the end. She was preceded in death by one brother and one sister and she leaves to mourn her departure her father and mother, three sisters and one brother; Mrs. Laura Harter of Billings, Mrs. Olive Bohm of Nixa, Mo., Mrs. Maude Hartley of Mt. Vernon, Mo., and Mr. Claude Arndt of Billings. Eighteen nieces and nephews, other relatives and a host of friends also survive. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon in the Clever Christian church, conducted by Rev. Frank West, the pastor, with burial in the Smart cemetery under the direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.
Arndt, Bessie Pearl 19 Dec 1910 - 3 Oct 1935 gwobit
Miss Pearl Arndt, 24, died at 9 o’clock Thursday night in the Aurora Hospital following an appendectomy. Funeral services will be at 2 o’clock this afternoon in the Christian Church at Clever with the Rev. Frank West officiating. Burial will be in the Smart Cemetery under direction of Wilburn Maples of Clever. Miss Arndt is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arndt; three sisters, Mrs. Leo Harter of Billings, Mrs. Fred Bohm of Nixa and Mrs. Maud Hartley of Mount Vernon; and a brother, Claude Arndt of Billings.
Arndt, Clarence 21 Mar 1905 - 10 Apr 1994 gwobit
[Note: married 19 May 1928 CCM Lindall L. Frazier 5 Mar 1910 - 13 Apr 1997]
Clarence Arndt, 89, Clever, died April 10, 1994, at St. John’s Regional Health Center. A lifelong resident of the Clever area, and a well-known farmer and stockman, Mr. Arndt was a member of the Clever United Methodist Church for over 70 years. He is survived by his wife, Lindall; a son, Dick, and his wife, Charlene, Skitook, Okla.; two brothers, Earl Arndt, Tulsa, and Wilford Arndt, Republic, one grandson, Andy Arndt, and his wife, Denise, Billings; one great-grandson, Will, Billings; nieces and nephews. Services were held April 13 at Clever United Methodist Church, with burial following in Frazier Cemetery under the direction of Meadors Funeral Home, Clever. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Clever United Methodist Church.
Funeral Card: CLARENCE ARNDT March 21, 1905 Billings, MO – April 10, 1994
Springfield, Missouri SERVICES Clever United Methodist Church April 13, 1994 at 2:00 P.M. OFFICIATING Rev. Ray Willis, Rev. Terry Fortner, James Lee MUSIC
Twila Keeling, James Lee, The Church Choir ESCORTS Joe Peebles, Bob Chrismon, Charles Little, Joe King, Bob Hays, Jerry Bacon HONORARY Josh Pope, Harold Wampler, Jr., FINAL RESTING PLACE Frazier Cemetery MEADORS FUNERAL HOMES. Contributed by Clever Older Adults Assoc. and Bea Gardner.
Arndt, Claud 14 Nov 1897 - 18 Jul 1975 OH 24 Jul 1975 p11
[Note: Son of Frank Louis & Mary Elizabeth (Garrison) Arndt; married 25 Mar 1917 CCM Freda King 4 Jan 1898 - 31 May 1978]
CLEVER - Claud Arndt, 77, a lifelong resident of Clever, died at 12:18 a.m. Friday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a short illness. He was a member of the Clever Christian Church. Surviving are his wife, Freda; two sons, Delbert of Whittier, Calif. and Gene of Billings; a daughter, Mrs. Cleo Wright, Memphis, Tenn.; a sister, Mrs. Laura Harter, Billings and seven grandchildren. Funeral services for Claud Arndt , 77, a lifelong resident of Clever, will be at 2 p.m. in Cleer Christian Church with the Revs. Byron Clark and Ronald Faust officiating. Burial was in Smart Cemetery near Clever under direction of Meadors of Clever. Additional survivors not previously listed include a foster daughter, Mrs. Doris Gunnett, Billings and three additional grandchildren.