Loucks, Mollie Pamuala, d. 1998 - Lowe, Susie M., d. 1984

 

Loucks, Mollie Pamuala (Grider) 16 Feb 1901 - 4 Jul 1998  CCH-N 15 Jul 1998

[Note: Daughter of Jake & Phebe Elizabeth “Betty” (Cook) Grider; married Lyman Richard Loucks 3 Jun 1896 - 3 Oct 1966; mother of Wilma E. (Loucks) Bilyeu; and Ward Loucks]

Mollie Pamuala Loucks, was born on Feb. 16, 1901, to Jake and Betty Cook Grider at Springfield, and died on July 4, 1998 at her home in Springfield.  Mollie was married to Lyman Richard Loucks and was a homemaker. Mrs. Loucks was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, and one son. Mrs. Loucks is survived by one daughter, Wilma E. Bilyeu of Springfield, one son, Ward Loucks of Springfield, and one sister Opal Davis of Springfield. Also surviving are three grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and 15 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the graveside on Monday July 6, 1998, at 3 p.m. at the Selmore Cemetery with the Rev. Jesse Roberts officiating. Burial followed in the Selmore Cemetery under the direction of Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Loucks, Walter G. 1 Mar 1892 - Feb 1973 OH 1 Mar 1973 p9

[Note: Son of Michael Richard & Lottie E. (Goodhue) Loucks; married Dalay]

Walter G. Loucks, 80, of 2950 Boston Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma, a retired oil producer and Tulsa resident since 1919 died Friday, Feb. 9. Mr. Loucks, a World War 1 Navy veteran and native of Ozark, was auditor and supervisor of operations for F. D. Misener, early day independent Tulsa oil producer. He became a producer himself in 1946. In 1952, he was listed in “Who’s Who in Industry” in the South and Southwest. He was a member of the Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge, Independent Petroleum Association of America and a life member of the National Rifle Association. Surviving are his widow, Dalay; three nieces and two nephews.

 

Loudermilk, James Ray 11 Sep 1931 - 8 Mar 2011 SN-L 10 Mar 2011

[Note” Son of Tom & Mary (Adkins) Loudermilk; married 1949 Patricia]

James Ray Loudermilk, 79, of Fremont Hills, Mo., passed away on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease. He was born September 11, 1931 in Marlow, Oklahoma to Tom and Mary "Adkins" Loudermilk. He resided in Wichita Falls, Texas until moving to Springfield, Mo. in 1972, where he built and owned Putt-Putt Golf for 17 years. James was a member of Mission Hills Church of Christ. His hobbies included golf and listening to blue grass music. James was loved by many friends and family members. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Billy Don Loudermilk. Surviving James is his wife, Patricia of 61 years; his four children, daughter, Karen Loftin and husband John of Springfield, Mo., daughter, Sue Marshall of Ozark, Mo., son, Richard Loudermilk of Allen, Texas, son, Robert "Bob" Loudermilk and wife Denise of Witchita, Kan.; eleven grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren. A visitation will be held Thursday, March 10, 2011 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home at Rivermonte, 4500 S. Lone Pine, Springfield, MO. A funeral service will be held Friday, March 11, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. in Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home Chapel with Preacher Jimmie Smith officiating. The interment will follow in Rivermonte Memorial Gardens. Online condolences may be made at www.klingnerfuneralhome.com.

Louderback, Murel Westly 10 Jul 1901 - May 1978 OH 11 May 1978 p17

GOLDEN CITY - Services for Murel Westly Louderback, 76, Golden City, were at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Pugh Funeral Home here with the Rev. Orland Moyer officiating. Graveside services was at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Prescott, Kan. Cemetery. Mr. Louderback died at 5:15 a.m. Sunday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, following a short illness. Mr. Louderback, a native of the Girard, Kan. area, moved in Golden city from Mindenmines in 1973. He was a retired salesman and a member of the Methodist Church of Nashville, Mo. Survivors include five daughters. Mrs. Mildred Work, Hobart, Okla., Mrs. Bonnie Jean McCune, Chanute, Kan., Mrs. Shirley Hughes, Billings,, Mrs. Donna Johnston, Golden City, and Mrs. Beverly DeBusk, Las Vegas, Nev.; five sons, Murel W., Jr., McCune, Kan., Robert, Sherman, Tex., Wayne, Golden City, Jimmy, Kentwood, Mich.,  and Richard, Conway; a sister, Mrs. Allen McDaniel, Fort Scott, Kan. and 43 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren.

 

Loughlin, John Louis 1920 - 30 Dec 1958 CCR 2 Jan 1958 p1

[Note: Son of Charles & ?  (  ) Loughlin; married Charlene]

Funeral services for John Louis Loughlin, 37 of Springfield, who died Monday afternoon at St. John’s Hospital, were held 1:30 Thursday afternoon in the Herman Lohmeyer Chapel, Springfield, with burial in National Cemetery, Springfield. A former resident of Ozark, Mr. Loughlin was an exchange repairmen for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. A veteran of World War II, he was a member of the First Calvary Church at Ozark. His death followed surgery last Saturday.  Survivors include his wife, Charlene, of the home at 1453 Luster Drive, Springfield; one son, Mike; one daughter, Cindy; his father, Charles Loughlin of Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. Adeline Wolf of St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Sue Boone of Joplin, and Mrs. Peggy White of Chicago.

 

Louis, Marcellus J. 3 Oct 1883 - 2 Jun 1966      CCR 9 Jun 1966 p1

Marcellus J. Louis, 82, died at 9:30 p.m. Thursday , June 2, in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield.. A retired farmer, he had lived near Ozark since 1934. Mr. Louis is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Olivia Wasser, Miss Matilda A. Louis, and Mrs. Adella Lanter, all of Belleville, Ill. Graveside services were  at 10 a.m. Saturday in Weaver Cemetery with the Rev. Joseph Gosche officiating. Burial was under direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

Lovan, Alphonso Bledsoe 1865 - Feb 1941 CCR 27 Feb 1941 p2

Funeral services for Alphonso Bledsoe Lovan, 75 years old, who died at his home in Springfield last Sunday, were held Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist Church with Dr. B. Locks Davis, pastor, officiating. Mr. Lovan, who came of pioneer Missouri stock, will be remembered by Ozark as a candidate for the Republican nomination to the judge-ship in the Springfield court of appeals who was defeated by Judge David E. Blair, the present judge. In 1914 he had been the Republican nominee for congress in the old seventh district. Mr. Lovan practiced law in Springfield over a half century, and was always active in Republican affairs, having held several offices during his lifetime.

 

Love, Alma Lois (Lowe) 20 Mar 1910 - 30 Nov 1994  CCH-N 7 Dec 1994

[Note: Daughter of David & Maude (Jenkins) Lowe; married 27 Apr 1929 Virgil Edgar Love 4 Dec 1907 - 5 May 1985]

Lois A. Love, 84, Ozark, died Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1994, in Laurie Nursing Home. She was born March 20, 1910, in Christian County near Swan Creek, the daughter of David and Maude Jenkins Lowe. In 1929 she was united in marriage to Virgil Love. He preceded her in death in 1985. They lived in Kansas City from 1929 to 1980, returning to this area at that time: She was a member of the Ozark United Methodist Church.  Survivors include two sons and their wives, Ralph and Nancy Love, Sunrise Beach, and Norman and Jackie Love, Boulder, Colo.; four grandchildren, Terri Maples, and Mike, David and Paul Love; four great-grandchildren, Staci and Trevor Maples, and Meredith and Nicole Love; and a brother, Lloyd Lowe, Independence. Funeral services were Saturday in Ozark United Methodist Church with Pastor Jimmy Young officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home.

 

Love, Barbara Lou (Batelle) 24 Jun 1930 - 11 Jan 1988 OH 21 Jan 1988

[Note: Daughter of Fred & Elda (  ) Batelle; married Rev. John B. Love]

Barbara Lou Love, 57, of Nixa, died at 9:31 a.m. Jan. 11 at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a short illness. Services for Mrs. Love were held Jan. 13 at Eastern Gate Baptist Church, Ozark, with the Rev. Dave Owings and family members officiating. Burial was in the West Lawn Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas. Mrs. Love was born June 24, 1930, in St. Joseph to Fred and Elda Batelle. She had lived in Nixa since August of 1981, moving from Topeka, Kansas, where she had been employed as an administrative secretary in the Topeka Public School system. She was formerly an office manager for the Tri-County Baptist Association at Highlandville, and most recently was executive secretary for Better Horsekeeping of Ozark. She was a member of the Eastern Gate Baptist Church, serving on the staff there as church music director. Her survivors include her husband, Rev. John B. Love, of Nixa; her mother and stepfather, Elda and Harold Simmonds, of Topeka, Kansas; one daughter, Cathy S. Shoemaker, of Cashmere, Washington; one son, Scott McCarter, of Mountain View, California; three stepsons, Dick Love, of Houston, Texas, Dave Love, of Knoxville, Tennessee, and Marcus Love, of Lexington, Kentucky; and eleven grandchildren. Local arrangements were made under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, of Ozark.

 

Love, Claude 21 May 1907  - 13 Feb 1967  CCR 16 Feb 1967 p1

[Note: Son of Edwin Ellsworth & Grace Leta (Garrison) Love]

Mrs. Ed Love of Ozark was notified Monday morning of the death of her son, Claude Love, 60, of Rockford, Ill. She was joined her Monday evening by a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Floyd of Columbus, Ga., and the two flew to Rockford Tuesday morning. Funeral services and burial were at Rockford Wednesday morning. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Jim Williamson and Miss Julie Love, and a son, Thomas, all of Rockford; and his mother and sister.

 

Love, Edwin Ellsworth 18 Sep 1881 - 12 Mar 1965      CCR 18 Mar 1965 p1

[Note: married 24 Dec 1905 CCM Grace Leta Garrison]

Edwin E. Love, 83, of Ozark, died Friday at 10 a.m. in his home. A retired salesman, Mr. Love was a Jehovah’s Witness. He is survived by his wife, Grace; a son, Claude, Rockford, Ill.,; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Lou Floyd, Columbus, Ga.; five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday in Harris Chapel with James N. Shollenberger officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery.

 

Love, Grace Leta (Garrison) 3 Oct 1890 - 11 Jun 1981 OH 25 Jun 1981 pB9

[Note: Daughter of Thomas B. & Marinda (  ) Garrison; married 24 Dec 1905 Edwin Ellsworth Love 18 Sep 1881 - Mar 1965]

Grace L. Love, 90, former Ozark resident of many years, died June 11 in Columbus, Geo. Graveside services were held in Columbus June 13. Mrs. Love was born in Fordland, a daughter of Thomas B. and Marinda Garrison. She moved to Ozark with her parents at the age of 3 and lived here most of her life. She moved to Columbus in 1973 to live with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Floyd. Survivors include five grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

 

Love, Jack R. 1936 - Oct 2011 SN-L 11 Oct 2011

Jack R. Love, 75, Ozark. Arrangements: Walnut Lawn Funeral Home.

 

Love, Lucretia Adeline “Keta” (Dolphin) 1 Aug 1883 - 11 Dec 1974 OH 19 Dec 1974 p8

[Note: married Walter Frank Love 13 Jul 1882 - 18 Nov 1952]

CHADWICK - Funeral services for Mrs. Lucretia A. Love, 91, former resident of Chadwick, were at 2 p.m. Friday in Chadwick Union Church with the Rev. Glesco Roberts officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery under direction of Harris of Ozark. Mrs. Love died early Wednesday in Kansas City where she had lived since 1966.

 

Love, Virgil Edgar 4 Dec 1907 - 5 May 1985  OH 19 May 1985 p12

[Note: Son of Walter Frank & Lucretia Adeline “Keta” (Dolphin) Love; married 27 Apr 1929 Alma Lois Lowe 20 Mar 1910 - 30 Nov 1994; no SSDI record found]

Services for Virgil E. Love, 77, Ozark, were held May 8 in Harris Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Diehl officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Love died May 5 in his home after apparently suffering a heart attack. In 1925, Mr. Loved moved from Chadwick to Kansas City where he was a steelworker for Armco Inc. and a member of U.S. Steel Workers Local No. 13. In 1980, he moved to Ozark and a member of Ozark United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Lola; two sons, Ralph, Independence and Norman, Palos Verdes Estate, Calif.; four grandchildren; four great grandchildren; two sisters, Thelma Felske, Ozark and Retha Herring, Merced, Calif..; and several nieces and nephews.

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Love, Virgil Edgar 1907 - 5 May 1985  OH 16 May 1985 pB10

Card of Thanks

The family of Virgil Love wish to say Thank You to everyone for your calls, cards, flowers, food but most of all your love and prayers.

 

Loveall, Rosa Angeline 14 Jun 1889 - Feb 1975   OH 6 Mar 1975 p9

We would like to thank all our friends for the flowers, cards, food and all acts of kindness shown us during the loss of our loved one.  The family of Rosa Angeline Loveall.

 

Lovett, Floyd 31 Mar 1908 - 1 Mar 1983 OH 10 Mar 1983 p5

[Note: married Ruth 29 Feb 1912 - Oct 1986]

Services for Floyd Lovett, 74, Billings, were held March 3 in Meadors Funeral Chapel, Republic with the Rev. Donald Blades officiating, Burial was in Garoutte Cemetery near Republic. Mr. Lovett died March 1 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; two brothers, Olen, Republic and Acie, Marionville; and one sister, Mrs. Tressie Blades, Route 1, Billings.

 

Lovett, Ruth Jane (Crum) 29 Feb 1912 - 29 Oct 1986 OH 30 Oct 1986 p2

[Note: Daughter of Felix Edgar & L:onie Mae (Carroll) Crum;  married 23 Nov 1933 Floyd Orton Lovett 31 Mar 1908 - 1 Mar 1983]

Services for Ruth Jane Lovett, 74, BIllings, were held Oct. 29 in Meadors Chapel, Republic. Burial was in Garoutte Cemetery northwest of Republic. Mrs. Lovett died Oct. 29 in Meadors Chapel, Republic. Burial was in Garoutte Cemetery northwest of Republic. Mrs. Lovett died Oct. 27 in St. John’s Regional Center, Springfield, after suffering an apparent heart attack. She was a lifelong resident of the Republic community, and was a member of Blades Chapel Methodist church, Republic. Survivors include two brothers, Roy O. Crum, Midvale, Utah, and Vale G. Crum, Springfield; two sisters, Amy Heisten, Aurora and Carroll Viles, Marionville; and nieces and nephews.

 

Lovelady, Sharron Sue (McCloud) Hammett 6 Sep 1946 - 12 Jul 2007 SN-L 13 Jul 2007

[Note: Daughter of William F. & Darlene (Crabtree) McCloud; married 16 Nov 1963 ? Hammett; married 20 Dec 2004 Harl Lovelady]

Sharron Sue Lovelady, 60, of Rudy, Ark., formerly of Nixa, died in her sister's home in Billings following a long illness. A graveside service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Jones-Chastain Cemetery, south of Nixa, under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

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Lovelady, Sharron Sue (McCloud) Hammett 6 Sep 1946 - 12 Jul 2007  CCH-N 18 Jul 2007

She whispered she was going, and with tears we cried it’s too soon. Sharron Sue Lovelady, nee McCloud, joined her Lord and Savior on July 12, at the home of her sister, after a short illness. She was born on September 6, 1946 to William F. and Darlene Crabtree McCloud in St. Louis. She grew up on the family farm in Troy and later moved to Nixa. She attended the Taylor one room school house near Snowhill, Claude Brown Elementary Sacred Heart Catholic School and Buchanan High School in Troy. She was united in marriage on Nov. 16,1963, and gave birth to three precious joys in her life; her sons Daniel Scott Hammett, Darren Joseph Hammett, and Dean Jeffery Hammett. She was united in marriage on Dec. 20, 2004, to Harl Lovelady of Rudy, Ark. We will always smile as we remember her humor and her “Best ever joke teller”. She knew every dance step from ballet to the two-step and just taught her nephew Ryan to waltz. And if you’d ever tasted her homemade rolls you’d have to vote them the best. We will miss her friendship and council, as she knew a little about everything, and was always there to listen. Most of us share artistry in her handmade quilts and crochet work. Preceding her in death were her parents William F. and Darleen McCloud, her sons Darren and Dean Hammett, brother William McCloud and sister Phyllis McCloud and husband Peter Baumgartner. She is survived by her husband Harl Lovelady of Rudy, Ark., son Daniel (Holly) Hammett, grandchildren Taylor, Evan, and Andrew Hammett, of Silex, sister Cheryl (Michael) Newberry, nephew Alexander, niece Ashley Newberry of Houston, Texas, sister Vicky (Randall) Hitchcock and nephew Ryan Hitchcock of Clever, niece Charlene Begeman and great-nephew Carter Begeman of Washington, and a multitude of friends and loved ones.  Officiating the graveside memorial service were the Reverend Warren (Kathy) Todd, her dearest friends. Burial at the Jones-Chastain Cemetery in Highlandville.  ©Ozarks Newsstand 2007

 

Loveland, Alice Joan (?) Bash 17 Jan 1936 - 24 Feb 2004  SN-L 29 Feb 2004

[Note: married first ? Bash; married second ? Loveland]

Alice Joan Loveland, age 68, of Republic, Mo., passed away at 6:55 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004, in Christian Health Care, Republic. She was born Jan. 17, 1936, in New York, NY. Survivors include four sons, Neil Loveland and wife Amber, Republic, Jon Loveland and wife Rebecca, Springfield, David Bash of St. Charles, Mo., and Kenneth Bash and wife Michelle, Ozark; eight grandchildren; and a sister, Betty Chapman, Strafford, Mo. Private graveside services are at a later date under direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Memorial visitation is noon to 1 p.m. Monday, March 1, in the funeral home.

 

Loveland, Annabelle (Burks) 12 Sep 1927 – 13 Jan 2000  CCH-N 26 Jan 2000

[Note: Daughter of Gerald & Wilma (Johnson) Burks; married 1 Feb 1947 Raymond Ross Loveland]

Annabelle Burks Loveland, 72, of Fordland passed away at 3:15 p.m. Thursday January 13, 2000 at her home, Annabelle was born on September 12, 1927 in Rogersville to Gerald and Wilma Johnson Burks, She was a graduate of Rogersville High School class of 1945 where she was 3rd in her class. Annabelle was married to Raymond Ross Loveland on February 1, 1947 and he survives of the home. Annabelle was a member of  the United Methodist Church in Fordland where she was treasurer for over 20 years. Also surviving is her three daughters and their husbands Norma and Mike Robinson of St. Peters, Nancy and Donald Sayre of Ozark, and Neva and Jack Wester of Birch Tree, two sons and their wives, Michael and Rhonda Loveland of Fordland, Allan and Tammy Loveland of Rogersville, Earl and Lois Porter of Rogersville, One sister and her husband Donna Lou and Dale Galloway of Rogersville. Eight grandchildren John and Tracy Sayre of Ozark, Bryan and Lealie Sayre of Ozark, Daniel and Douglas Loveland of Fordland, Nathaniel and Nicholas Wester of Birch Tree, Matthew and Krista Loveland of Rogersville. Two step grandchildren Michael and Meredith Robinson of St. Peters, three great-grandchildren Ryan, Hannah and Elizabeth Sayre of Ozark, One Aunt Dee Mueller of Springfield and a sister-in-law Betty Bolin of Springfield, several nieces and nephews and cousins.  Annabelle was a wonderful wife and mother and will be missed greatly. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother Earl Burks and a granddaughter Jennifer Loveland. Services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, January 16, 2000 at the United Methodist Church Fordland, with burial in the Fordland Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Associations or the Diabetes Association.

 

Loveland, Clarence Ben 7 Jul 1895 - 14 Jul 1958   CCR 24 Jul 1958 p4

[Note: Son of Anson & Mary Alice (Sheppard) Loveland; married 19 Jul 1919 Franc Marie Stull 25 Jun 1902 - 11 Feb 1996]

Funeral services for Clarence Ben Loveland, 63, who died suddenly of a heart attack at his home near Bruner on Monday morning, July 14, were held Friday, July 18 at 2 p.m. at the Sparta Church of Christ, with Bro. Rue Porter of Neosho officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. A lifelong resident of Christian County, Mr. Loveland served as a milk hauler to Armour a& Co., Springfield and to the Major Cheese Co., Ozark At the time of his death, he was employed as a truck driver for Custom Trailers, Inc. Springfield. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Franc Marie Loveland; five sons, Raymond of Alabama, Don of Michigan, Jack of Springfield and Jim and Jerry of the home; four daughters, Alice and Mary of Ozark, Betty of Nevada and Carole of the home; one brother, Elvin Loveland of Rogersville and two sister, Mrs. Nellie Bledsoe of Sparta and Mrs. Mary Henry of Cody, Wyo.

 

Loveland, Curtis E. 16 Sep 1905 -17 Nov 1996 OH 10 Dec 1981 pB8

Walking Trip Stirs Memories, By Fred (Bud) Willis

This story is about two men just past 70 years of age that had a desire to go back home where they grew up together.

Curtis Loveland was a cousin of mine. He lives on “Little Lost Creek” and I loved across the ridge on  “Nance Branch Holler.”

We went to school together, played ball, played the fiddle and danced. Looking back, we were real buddies. I don’t ever remember having a cross word with each other.

We planned this trip for a number of years, and something always happened that we didn’t go.

This year, we were both past 70, we though if we were going, we had better start.

Now, we’ll start this story at the “Three Forks.”

You will probably ask where is “The Three Works”? When we were kids growing up, every eight-year-old knew. It was about three miles east of Bruner on Highway 14 to DD Highway, then 1 1/2 miles south on blacktop DD.

Now the “Three Forks” has quiet a history, There was a skirmish between the Union Soldiers and the Bushwhackers. The two soldiers names were Adams and Maggard.

Now going south to the “Three Forks”, you take your right hand road which will take you down to the Mines or Diggins as some call it.

This is on the Lost Creek side, on down a crooked ridge to the Flat Rock crossing. It is at the mouth of two hollars and it covers about a quarter of an acre from just flat rock. A good place to salt horses and cattle.

Now, below this is a waterfall, and cattle and horses couldn’t cross for half a mile. The banks were from six to eight feet high on either side. Their Little Lost Creek emptied into Big Lost Creek about where Curt lived, flowing on a crooked course and emptying into Swan Creek at what is known as the Grandpa Burkhart place.

Now the middle prong of the Three Forks has been changed somewhat. Mr. and Mrs. Ford live her. We left out car here and started walking.

Oh, it was a beautiful day. The leaves had fallen and it was just like walking on a carpet.

Looking south from the forks, you are looking over two or three thousand acres, and not a soul living there. This ridge runs rather straight - with a few crooks and turns - till you get right on top.

This is the Davis Holt. My Dad told me some miners came there prospecting years ago and dug this hole 100 feet deep and found no ore.

One time a neighbor and I went squirrel hunting and heard a dog howl that wasn’t ours. We went on to the Davis hole. There was a big old black and tan hound and the bottom  of the hole which was about 30 feet deep then. Now it has caved in more, and it’s only about 20 feet deep.

The dog belonged to a neighbor. We got a piece of barbed wire and a hook and let it down to where the dog was. It had a collar on that the dog tired his best to hook that collar onto the wire.

He finally got it hooked just a little and we pulled him out. He had been there about a week. He tried to thank us for our help. He treed a squirrel.

On down the hill we went, across the old Loveland place to the Willie farm, from there to Swan Creek, just across the creek to the Hall blacksmith shop where we could hear the ring of Uncle John Hall’s anvil on a still morning.

The left fork had several sharp turns and curves. Following this form takes you down the east side of the Henry farm, down a big hill to the Uncle Billy Keltner Place. Della Johnson lives there now.

Sugar Camp Holler runs into Swan Creek at the old Keltner camp and Post Office. Peter Branch runs into Swan Creek at the same place, coming in from the east.

Now, back to the Three Forks. This was a meeting place for all fox hunters in that part of the country. Here are the names of some of the hunters: Adams, Applegate, Burks, Hull, Holt, Hall, Johnson, Keltner, Nix, Loveland, Harvill, Morrison and Willis.

I know that we don’t remember all their names. I’m sure you can think of many more.

I can  remember a lot of fox hunting stories. Here is one.

Jack Adams and my Dad (George Willis) were real good friends who worked and hunted together. Jack had two hounds, one black and one spotted. He kept the black one tied up all the time.

My Dad asked him, “Jack, why do you keep Blacky tied?”

He said, “She sucks eggs, and you know as soon as that spotted dog hears a hen cackle, she goes to the hen house and gets the egg and carried it to old Blackie.”

You know, fox hunters are a lot like fisherman - sometimes the big ones get away.

Another thing I remember at the Three Forks - wild hogs were plentiful in those days, and they had a big mud hole where they would wallow in the summer time.

I’ve seen 10 to 20 big hogs run out of there when anyone would pass.

Now, it had been forty years since I had been in these hills. The virgin timber has been cut except for a few old squirrel dens were left. Every one of them had a story for us, like killing a squirrel or snake or an acorn fight and just a lot of things.

We passed the place where out uncle was killed, Here is the story of that accident.

It was on a Sunday morning and the preacher was coming home with Aunt Nildia Loveland. She got the boys, Ben and Bertie our real early to kill a few squirrels for dinner. They shot a squirrel and it lodged in a tree.

Ben went to his brother’s place for an axe to cut the tree down. While he was gone, Bertie was standing on a hollow stump watching the squire.

He dropped the shotgun down in the hollow stump, and it went off. The whole charge went into his stomach.

He lived till about eleven o’clock that night.

I can remember Ben and Ida Mae coming after my Dad and Mother to come and help them. They were screaming till you could hear them a mile.

The whole neighborhood was shocked. That stopped Sunday hunting for several years.

After forty years, those growing up days are still in my mind.

 

Loveland, Franc Marie (Stull) 25 Jun 1902 - 11 Feb 1996

[Note: Daughter of Charles & Jenny (  ) Stull; married 19 Jul 1919 Clarence Ben Loveland 7 Jul 1895 - 14 Jul 1958]

Franc Marie Loveland, age 93, of Sparta, passed away at 4:00 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 11, 1996 at Nixa Park Care Center. She was born June 25, 1902 in Osceola, Nebraska, and was the daughter of Charles and Jenny Stull. She was a member of the Sparta Church of Christ. On July 19,1919, she was united in marriage to Clarence B. Loveland. To this union, eleven children were born. Survivors include five sons, Don Loveland and his wife, Trudi, Ozark, Jack Loveland and his wife, Myrtle, Sparta, Raymond Loveland and his wife, Betty, Rogersville, Jerry Loveland and his wife, Donna, Ava, and Jim Loveland, Springfield; four daughters, Alice Sanders, Ozark, Mary Carey and her husband, James, Ozark, Betty Stull and her husband, Ted, Buffalo, Carole Workman, Nixa Park Care Center, Nixa; a sister, Ona Francone, Redding, Calif.; a niece, Evelyn Fink and her husband, Jack, Alameda, Calif.; twenty-seven grandchildren; forty-two great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Loveland on July 14, 1958; a daughter, Dorothy; a son, James Clarence; her parents; two sisters, Marcia and Helen; and two brothers, Morris and Archie. She was a wonderful, loving wife, mother and grandmother, centering her life around family. The love she shared with them will always be remembered. Funeral services were Tuesday, Feb. 13 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Dwayne Bray and Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery.

 

Loveland, Gordon Eugene 30 Dec 1920 - 16 Aug 1988 OH 25 Aug 1988

[Note: Son of Edward T. & Agnes B. (  ) Loveland; married Laura]

Gordon E. Loveland, 67, of Springfield, died in his home Aug. 16 following an apparent heart attack. Services for Mr. Loveland were held Aug. 19 at the Ayre-Goodwin Chapel, Springfield, with the Rev. Frank Nickel officiating. Burial was in the Sparta IOOF Cemetery. Born in Oldfield, Mr. Loveland had lived in Springfield since 1930. He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving as a combat infantryman in the Pacific Theater. He was a member of the Southern Heights Bible Church, and of the following organizations: International Association of Chiefs of Police, FBI National Academy Associates (past president of the Missouri-Kansas Chapter), Missouri Police Chiefs Association, and the Missouri Peace Officers Association (past president). He was also a member of the Missouri Council on Criminal Justice, the Executive Board of the Springfield-Greene County Employees Credit Union, and was a charter member of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He served for many years as a police officer, and served on the Board of Directors of the local chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He served for many years as a police officer, and served on the Board of Directors of the local chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Mr. Loveland's survivors include his wife, Laura; children Rick and Janis Seals, Vickie and Mike Stafford, and Connie and Rick Austin; and eight grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

 

Loveland, Harrison L. 1894 - 1 Jan 1931 CCR 22 Jan 1931 p1

[Note: Son of Anson J. & Alice (Shepard) Loveland; married 13 Dec 1921 Arizona Brown 1902 - 1950; no MO DC found; brothers and sisters were Lula, Nellie, Lydia, Mary, Elvan, Frank, Clarence, and Charles Anson]

Harrison Loveland, 37, died at his home near Sparta Wednesday morning, Jan. 1, 1931, at 2 o’clock. Funeral services will be held at the Sparta Church of Christ at 2:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 22, 1931, with burial in the Sparta cemetery under direction of B.C. Klepper of Ozark. Deceased leaves a wife and four children.

 

Loveland, Harvey Jun 1884 - 10 Mar 1941 CCR 20 Mar 1941 p2

[Note: Son of Henry N. & Iona (Burkhart) Loveland; married Lillie M. Lowe 1874 - 23 Apr 1965]

We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness shown during the illness and death and of our dear loved one, Harvey Loveland, who departed this life Monday, March 10. He is sadly missed by the family. Mrs. Lillie Loveland, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Loveland and children, Geneva, Junior and Jerald.

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Loveland, Harvey Jun 1884 - 10 Mar 1941 CCR 20 Mar 1941 p3

Funeral services for Harvey Loveland, 56 years old, were held March 12, at Bruner at 2 pm with burial in the Sparta cemetery under direction of the Sparta Funeral Home, Rathbun and Chaffin. Mr. Loveland passed away March 10 at a Springfield hospital. Survivors are: his wife, Lillie, and one son, Cleo of the home address; three brothers, Joe of Rogersville, Frank of Joplin, and Bert of Little Rock, AR; one sister Mrs. Idella Iorg of Mansfield, Mo; two grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.

 

Loveland, Iona (Burkhart) 13 Feb 1856 - 28 Sep 1937 CCR 7 Oct 1937 p1

[Note: Daughter of Harvey & Anney (Roberts) Burkhart; married 9 Dec 1877 CCM

Henry Loveland Mar 1859 - 1901]

Iona Burkhart, daughter of Harvey and Anna Burkhart, was born, February 13, 1856 and departed this life, September 28, 1937, aged 81 years, 7 months and 15 days. She was united in marriage to Henry Loveland on December 9, 1877, who preceded her in death on December 14, 1901. To this union were born eight children. Those who survive are Joe of Rogersville, Harvey of the home address. Bert of Little Rock, Arkansas, and Idella Iorg of Rogersville. There are 21 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Harvill of Springfield. Funeral services were conducted September 29, at 2:30 pm in the church at Bruner by Sister Jones, with burial in the Old Boston cemetery, under the direction of the Sparta Undertaking Company, Rathbun & Chaffin.

 

Loveland, Jennifer 1975 - 14 Jul 1979 OH 19 Jul 1979 p5

[Note: Daughter of ? & Norma (?) Loveland]

Services for Jennifer Loveland, 4, of Springfield, were held last Monday in the Fordland United Methodist Church with the Rev. Houston Anderson officiating. Burial was in Fordland Cemetery. Among those surviving is her mother, Mrs. Norma Loveland of Springfield, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Loveland of Fordland and great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Burks, Rogersville. The child died last Saturday in Cox Medical Center of injuries suffered when she was struck by a car Friday night.

 

Loveland, Lillie M. (Lowe) 1874 - 23 Apr 1965      CCR 29 Apr 1965 p1

[Note: Daughter of Oliver & Elizabeth Ann “Betsy” (Burkhart) Lowe]

Mrs. Lillie M. Loveland, 90, died at 12:30 p.m. Friday in the home of a son, Cleo, 1314 West State, Springfield, with whom she lived. A native of Chadwick, she also is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Cook, Denver, Colo.; two brothers, David Lowe, Chadwick, and Harrison Lowe, Springfield; a sister, Mrs. Laura Calvin, Lenox, Iowa; six grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Ayer-Goodwin Chapel. The Rev. Wayne Lyon and the Rev. Chester Smith officiated, with burial in Sparta Cemetery.

 

Loveland, Norma C. (Beck) 2 Aug 1943 - 17 Dec 2006 SN-L 19 Dec 2006

[Note: Daughter of Erskin “Bud” & Thelma (Chappell) Beck; married 7 Nov 1959 Gerald Eugene Loveland]

Norma C. Loveland, 63, passed away December 17, 2006, in her home. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, December 20, 2006, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Allan Maggard officiating. Burial will follow in Old Boston Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today, December 19, 2006, in the funeral home.

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Loveland, Norma C. (Beck) 2 Aug 1943 - 17 Dec 2006 CCH-N 27 Dec 2006

Norma (Beck) Loveland, 63, Sparta, departed from this life on Dec. 17, 2006, and was reunited with her savior Jesus Christ and many friends and family after a courageous battle with cancer. Norma was born Aug. 2, 1943, in Cassville, to Erskin (Bud) and Thelma (Chappell) Beck. On Nov. 7, 1959, she was united in marriage to Gerald Eugene Loveland.  Norma accepted Jesus Christ as her savior at a young age and has been a lifelong Southern Baptist, serving faithfully at Calvary Baptist Church the last several years.  Norma was employed as a food service provider at Sparta School after her retirement from Fasco Industries. She loved to cook and spend time with her family, traveling, and was very proud she had visited all 50 states, reading and fishing. Her family and friends will miss her greatly but know that she will be waiting for them in heaven. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers Bennett Beck and Ray Beck, and two sisters Georgia Johnson and Hazel Miller. Norma is survived by her loving husband of 47 years Gerald Loveland; four children and their spouses Clay and Jonna Loveland, Tammy and Jim Case, Joy and Tony Finney, all of Sparta, and Brian and Sherrie Loveland of Nixa; 10 grandchildren, Jennifer Anderson, Joshua Loveland, Jason Loveland, Clint Loveland, Jacob Finney, Dusty Loveland, Whitney Finney, Kendra Case, Kayla Case and Garrett Case; four great-grandchildren Dexter Loveland, Walker Loveland, Logan Anderson and Alivia Loveland; two brothers Maurice Beck and Glenn Beck; five sisters Naomi Patrick, Ada Gaddy, Wilma Harrison, Marie Shelly and Shirley Todd; many nieces, nephews and loving friends. Funeral services were held Dec. 20, 2006, at 2 p.m., in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Allan Maggard officiating. Burial followed in Old Boston Cemetery, Oldfield. Visitation was held from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2006, in the funeral home.

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Loveland, Zella (Campbell) Keller 9 Nov 1901 - 10 Mar 1990 OH 22 Mar 1990

[Note: Daughter of Charles N. & Lydia R. (McCarty) Campbell; married 15 Dec 1917 Floyd Keller; married second Frank Loveland 1896 - 1961

Zella Loveland, 88, Carthage, died March 10, 1990, in Freeman Hospital, Joplin, after a short illness. She was born Nov. 9, 1901, in Christian County, to Chas N. and Lydia McCarty Campbell. She lived in the Rogersville area until 1939, when she and her husband, Frank, moved to Carthage. She was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene in Carthage. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents and three brothers. Survivors include a son and his wife, Raymond and Eunice Keller, Carthage; a brother, Blond Campbell, Ozark; a sister, Charlene Cave, Rogersville; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were March 13 at Knell's Funeral Chapel, Carthage. A graveside service and burial was at the Pembina Cemetery, Rogersville.

 

Lovins, John G. 1953 - 28 Feb 2006 SN-L 2 Mar 2006

John G. Lovins, 54, Ozark, passed away February 28th in Cox South. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Friday, March 3, 2006, in Victory Baptist Church, Ozark.

 

Lovis, Jeffery Dwayne 29 Dec 1953 - 11 Feb 2002 SN-L 14 Feb 2002

[Note: Son of ? & Nellie Arie (  ) Lovis; married 6 Sep 1977 Elizabeth Leidlinger]

Jeffery Dwayne Lovis, 48, Mt. Vernon, died Monday, February 11, 2002, of a probable heart attack in an auto parts store parking lot. He was born in Hurley, Mo. December 29, 1953. He was married to Elizabeth Leidinger September 6, 1977. They have made their home near Chesapeake the past twelve years, where he was a self-employed auto parts buyer. Two brothers, Kenneth Warren Vineyard and Donnie Eugene Vineyard preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; a son, Karl Lovis; and a daughter, Jennifer Lovis, both of the home; his mother, Nellie Marie Wilson, Nixa; three brothers, Buferd Vineyard and his wife, Sharon, Springfield, Oscar Lorenz, Cameron and Billy Wilson and his wife, Darlene, Clever; a sister, Betty Compton, Springfield; an aunt, Viola Medlin; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, February 15, 2002, in Meadors Funeral Home, Republic, with Rev. Scott Killingsworth officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, south of Clever. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Springfield News-Leader, February 14, 2002.

 

Lowe, Andrew Monroe “Andy” 26 Oct 1872 - 5 Sep 1954  Lamar MO 6 Sep 1954

[Note: Son of  Oliver Richard & Elizabeth Ann (Burkhart) Lowe]

Andy Monroe Lowe, 81 years old died at 7 o’clock yesterday morning after an illness of 3 years.  Born October 26, 1872 in Chadwick, Mo. he had lived in Lamar, Mo since 1917. Surviving are 5 sons, Clarence Lowe of Lamar, Fred Lowe of Lawrence, Kansas, Jesse Lowe and Reuben Lowe of Puente, California and Marion Lowe of Idaho.  Two daughters Mrs. Ora Schnoebelen of Lamar and Mrs. Etta Hursh of Idaho.  Two brothers, Harrison Lowe of Springfield and Dade Lowe of Chadwick; three sisters Mrs. Arthur Cabin of Lenox, Iowa, Mrs. Betty Jacob of Tulsa, and Mrs. Lilly Lorelan of Springfield; 18 grandchildren and five great grand children.  Funeral services will be Thursday in the Chiles Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Jesse Cunningham officiating.  Burial will be in Bull Lake Cemetery. Contributed by Janis Anderson.

 

Lowe, Elizabeth Ann (Burkhart) 26 May 1849 - 2 Apr 1934 CCR 5 Apr 1934 p1

[Note: Daughter of Harvey & Anney (Roberts) Burkhart; married 14 Jan 1872 CCM Oliver Richard Lowe 4 Jul 1850 - 3 Jun 1914]

Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe, aged 85 years, passed away at 3:15 o'clock Monday morning, April 2, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Loveland near Bruner. She was born on May 26, 1849, on Swan creek, the fifth child and second daughter of Annie Roberts and Harvey Burkhart. She was married to Richard Lowe about 1874. To this union were born eight children, two of them, with their father, having preceded her in death. Those surviving are Andy Lowe of Lamar, Mo., Mrs. Lillie Loveland of Bruner, Mrs. Sarah Roberts of Wentworth, Mo., David Lowe of Chadwick, Mrs. Betty Fitzpatrick of Tulsa, Okla., Harrison Low of Chadwick and Mrs. Laura Calvin of Lenox, Iowa, together with 25 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Iona Loveland of Bruner and Mrs. Sarah Harvil of Springfield. She was converted in young womanhood and united with the Baptist church, in which she builded her faith and her hope of immortality. She was a wonderful mother, a devoted friend and a consistent Christian. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, April 3, at the Boston cemetery, conducted by Mrs. Belle Fink of Bruner, with burial in the same cemetery under the direction of Chaffin & Rathbun, Undertaking Company of Sparta.

 

Lowe, Harrison 10 Feb 1890 - 27 Dec 1969  CCR 1 Jan 1970 p4

[Note: Son of  Oliver Richard & Elizabeth Ann (Burkhart) Lowe; married 21 Jan 1908 Stella Hursh born Feb 1892]

Harrison, Lowe, 79, of Springfield, died at 3:20 a.m. Saturday in Cox Medical Center after a short illness. He was a retired carpenter. Surviving are a granddaughter, Mrs. Betty Surby, Webster Groves, with whom he formerly lived; a brother, Dade, Chadwick; and a sister, Mrs. Laura Calvin, Iowa. Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Klingner Chapel with the Rev. George Kilgore officiating. Burial was in the Boston Cemetery at Oldfield.

 

Lowe, Jessie Maud (Jenkins) 3 Aug 1891 - 4 Sep 1941 CCR 11 Sep 1941 p2

[Note: Daughter of Jessie & Laura (Cravens) Jenkins; married 21 Feb 1909 CCM Oliver David Lowe 30 Sep 1880 - 4 Jul 1974]

Mrs. Oliver David Lowe of Chadwick died Thursday at the age of 50 years. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at the Chadwick Union Church. She is survived by her husband; two children, Mrs. Lois Love and Lloyd Lowe of Kansas City; two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Burkhart and Mrs. Nora Rueter. Burial was in the Chadwick cemetery under direction of the Sparta Funeral Home.

 

Lowe, Julia Ann (Rader) 1969 - 12 May 2007 SN-L 15 May 2007

[Note: Daughter of Howard & Linnie (  ) Rader; married Matthew Lowe]

Julia Ann (Rader) Lowe, 37, Nixa, Mo., passed away May 12, 2007, as the result of a brain aneurysm. Julia loved the great outdoors, especially spending time with her three boys and husband on the family farm near Cabool. She had a gift of making everyone feel comfortable and accepted, as was evident by her many lifelong friends. She was an outstanding wife, mother, daughter, sister and aunt who will be greatly missed. Julia is survived by her husband Matthew; sons, Ean-Michael Collier, William Sublett and Noah Lowe; her parents, Linnie Patterson and Howard Rader; a sister, Becky Wood and husband, Chris, and their children, Nathan, Jonathan and Grace. Visitation will be held this evening, May 15, from 7 to 8 p.m. in Craig-Hurtt Bradley Funeral Home, 315 N. Main St., Mountain Grove, Mo. A graveside service will be Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. in the Mount Ararat Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Julia Lowe Memorial Fund at any Empire Bank.

 

Lowe, Lida (Obannon) died 20 Nov 1930 CCR 18 Dec 1930 p1

[Note: married Clyde Lowe]

Mrs. Clyde Lowe of Placentia, Calif., writes of the death of Mrs. Lida Obannon Lowe who passed away at the hospital at Orange, Calif., on Thursday, Nov. 20, 1930, after a long illness. She is survived by two sons, Clyde E. and Joe F., of Placentia, and one brother, Ross Obannon, of Sapulpa, Okla. She was laid to rest in the Loma Vista cemetery by her sister, Mrs. Martha Shipman. Mrs. Lowe was a resident of Ozark for some time before her marriage.

 

Lowe, Lora E. 1908 - 9 Dec 1968    CCR 12 Dec 1968 p8

[Note: Son of Harrison & Stella (Hursh) Lowe]

Lora E. Lowe, 60, Ozark, died at 3:40 p.m. Monday in Burge-Protestant Hospital, Springfield, after a long illness. A resident of Chadwick most of his life, her was employed several years at Major Cheese Co. as maintenance supervisor. Mr. Lowe is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruth Brite Lowe; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Surby, Webster Groves; two step-sons, Robert E. Brite and Ben D., Springfield; a step-daughter, Mrs. Barbara Lee, Baton Rouge, La.; his father, Harrison, Springfield; his mother, Mrs. Stella Polly, Springfield; and three step grandchildren. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. today in Harris Chapel in Ozark with the Rev. Allen Harrison officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Springfield.

 

Lowe, Richard 4 Jan 1836 - 11 Feb 1920 CCR 13 Feb 1920 p1

[Note: Son of Frederick & ? ( ) Lowe]

R. Lowe, aged 84 years, died at his home in Ozark at 2 o’clock a.m. Wednesday from pneumonia following an attack of the Influenza. Funeral services were held at the home Thursday afternoon, followed by interment in the Hopedale cemetery under direction of the Ozark Undertaking CO,

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Lowe, Richard 4 Jan 1836 - 11 Feb 1920 CCR 20 Feb 1920 p1

Richard Lowe was born near Harrodsburg, Mercer county, Kentucky, January 4, 1836. Died at his home in Ozark, Missouri February 11, 1920, being at the time of his death 84 years, 1 month and 7 days old. At the age of about seven, he moved with his parents to Johnson County, Indiana, settling near the city of Franklin where he grew to young manhood and where he received a common school education, finishing with two years “Hopewell Academy”. He afterwards lived in the states of Iowa, Kansas and Missouri. Was twice married, the former wife and two daughters having preceded him to the “Glory World”. While he never united with any church, was converted when about 21 years of age in a meeting held at the Old Hopewell Presbyterian church near Franklin, Indiana. He was an earnest Bible student and Sunday school worker, having served as Sunday school superintendent in Worth county, Missouri and was a teacher of bible class for eleven years in Gray county, Kansas where he lived 26 years. Always believed in doing right. Was strongly in favor of education and prohibition, rejoicing to see National, Constitutional Prohibition in effect. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Charles, Salina, Kansas and two sons, J. E. and W. C. Lowe, Coldwater, Kansas by former marriage and present wife and one daughter, Little Fay, Also one step daughter, Mrs. Frank Cox, six grandchildren and two great grandchildren to mourn their loss.

 

Lowe, Stella A. (Ray) 1904 - 30 Jun 1965      CCR 1 Jul 1965 p1

Mrs. Stella A. Lowe, 61 of Ozark, died at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Burge-Protestant Hospital after a lingering illness. She is survived by her husband, Lora E. of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Harold Surby, 852 South New, Springfield; two brothers, Preston and Leroy Ray, both of Springfield; four sisters, Mrs. Essie Ryan, Springfield.  Mrs. Lorene Grove and Mrs. Ruth Oldham, both of Kansas City and Mrs. Artie Hawley, San Francisco, Calif. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Klingner.

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Lowe, Stella A. (Ray) 1904 - 30 Jun 1965      CCR 8 Jul 1965 p1

Funeral services for Mrs. Stella A. Lowe, 61, Ozark, were at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Klingner Chapel. The Rev. Cecil Daniel officiated, and burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Lowe died Wednesday, June 30 in Burge-Protestan Hospital here following a lingering illness

 

Lowe, Susie M. 15 May 1893 - 24 Mar 1984 OH 29 Mar 1984 p3

Services for Susie M. Lowe, 90, Branson, were held March 27 in Whelchel Chapel with Dr. M. Graham Clark officiating. Burial was in Ellison Cemetery in Hollister. Mrs. Lowe died March 24 at Rolling Hills Estate Nursing Home after a long illness. She was  member of the Church of Christ and a 50-year member of the Branson Chapter Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include one stepson, Lloyd Lowe, Independence; one step daughter, Mrs. Lois Love, Ozark; three step grandchildren, nine step great grandchildren and three step great-great-grandchildren, Memorial contributions may go to the School of the Ozarks.

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