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NOWATA DAILY STAR
NOVEMBER 1927


Mrs Ida May Paxton Funeral This Afternoon
The body of Mrs Ida May Paxton, age 25, who was killed in Earlsboro Thursday afternoon, was brought to this city early Saturday morning by Eben Brown, a brother, and R W Benjamin, who made the long trip in the Benjamin Hearse, arriving in this city at 2:30 Saturday morning.

Funeral services will be held this afternoon at the Martin cemetery at 2:30, Rev A L Pipes, of the Church of God, conducting the service. Interment will be in the Martin cemetery, beside the mother of deceased, who passed away when the daughter was a baby.

Surviving are the husband, L E (Lloyd) Paxton, who is being held in the Seminole county jail pending an investigation of the woman’s death, a son Calvin Eben, age 6, father, L L Brown (Louis LaForce Brown), and four brothers, Eben W, Lonnie H, Occie H, and Louie M. Deceased was a native of Nowata county and had resided here continuously until about three weeks ago when the family moved to Earlsboro, where Paxton was employed in the oil fields.

Definite information regarding the tragedy was not obtainable Saturday, but it was stated that Paxton and his wife were attending a dance near their residence and in an altercation with another man, Paxton made a lunge at him with a knife, which struck his wife just below the knee. As it was probably an hour before a physician could be summoned to the scene, the woman lost a great amount of blood and this was given as the cause of her death.

According to relatives of both Paxton and his wife, this appears to be the most plausible account of the tragedy which they have been able to obtain, as it was pointed out that if Paxton had intended to murder his wife he would have selected a more vital spot than the knee to inflict the knife wound. Paxton’s version of the affair, it is alleged, coincides with the above, but he is being held by the Seminole authorities until a thorough investigation of the tragedy can be made.
(Nowata Daily Star Sunday Nov 27, 1927 p 6)

Local News – (Nowata Daily Star Sunday November 27, 1927 p5)

W L Moore of Tulsa is spending the weekend here visiting relatives.

When you need a truck, phone Oil Field Truck Service, 311 or 358. “Service is our motto.”

Jim Burton, of Childers, was transacting business in the city Saturday.

Mrs Leo Erickson of Caney, KS, spent Saturday here visiting friends.

Local News – (Nowata Daily Star Sunday November 27, 1927 p5)

Roses and mums. Alma C Matthew, phone 700.

Clyde Lockwood of Kansas City was a business visitor here Saturday.

Work sox, 9 cents per pair, at McGee’s Close Out Sale.

Mrs H R Cox and daughter of Alluwe were in the city Saturday shopping.

J M Hicks, of the Childers community, was transacting business in the city Saturday.

Sam Keith, of Lenapah, was looking after business matters in the city Saturday.

Mrs Harlin Jacobs and son are spending the weekend in Coffeyville visiting relatives.

For sale—Six-tube Atwater Kent radio receiver, complete. Call 46.

S J Casey of Oklahoma City was in the city Saturday attending to business matters.

Notice OES (Order of the Eastern Star) Regular meeting of Sunrise Chapter No. 22, OES Monday evening, Nov 28, at 7:30. Visiting members welcome. Alice Norton, W M; Alma E Vandivort, Sec.

Miss Lucile Harris spent Saturday afternoon in Bartlesville visiting friends.

Mr and Mrs Joe Hoppis, of Bartlesville spent Saturday here visiting friends and shopping.

The outing flannel is going out fast at 15 cents per yard at McGee’s Store.

Miss Shirley Armstrong is spending the weekend in Tulsa visiting relatives and friends.

Mrs W E (Mettie) Barr and Mrs Earl Sebring motored to Bartlesville Saturday afternoon to visit friends.

Spurlock Produce Co., Prompt Service Always- phone 3.

Miss Etta Ringo, is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr & Mrs A R Ringo.

Beulah and Grace Forrest, Bill Pickett and Arthur Collins of Bartlesville spent a few hours in Nowata Saturday, visiting friends.

Close Out Sale of entire stock and fixtures, McGee’s Store.

Copied from the Nowata Daily Star by Jeannie Inman, Nowata County Library, Nowata Co., OK. June 2007



 

 

 

 

 

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