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Taloga Times Advocate, Taloga, Oklahoma,
Thursday, April 14, 1966, Vol 72, No. 24, Page 1, Column 4
Services for J. C. Thomsen Wednesday

Services were held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Shaw Funeral Chapel in Vici for J. C. Thomsen, who passed away Monday around noon.

Survivors include the widow, Dolores, a daughter and son-in-law, Ray and Sandra Smith, and one brother, W. C. Thomsen.
Burial was in Raymond Cemetery with Shaw Funeral Home in charge.

Taloga Times Advocate, Taloga, Oklahoma,
Thursday, April 21, 1966, Vol 72, No 25, Page 1, Column 3

Services for J. C. Thomsen
Services for Johnnie C. Thomsen were conducted Wednesday, April 13 at the Shaw Memorial Chapel in Vici with Rev. James Reed officiating.

The Taloga High School Quartet were in charge of the song services and were accompanied by Lynn Vanderwork at the organ.
Casket bearers were Charles Hulett, Dennis Seal, Homer Gastineau, Elden Gore, Mac Harwell, and Marvin Clayton.
Interment was in Raymond Cemetery with arrangements by Shaw Funeral Home.

Page 4, Column 4, Obituary
Johnnie C. Thomsen, son of John and Margarita Rolf Thomsen, was born in Grand Island, Nebraska, on July 1, 1905 and passed from this life on April 11, 1966. He was 60 years, 9 months, and 10 days of age.

Johnnie came with his parents to Oklahoma in 1907. The family settled on the farm two miles southwest of Lenora where Johnnie spent practically his entire life.
He attended school at Lenora and was a graduate of the Lenora High School with the class of '25.

On August 28, 1931, Johnnie was married to Dolores Walker of Lenora. One daughter, Sandra, was born to them.
He was a member of The Luthern Church, having received baptism in his early life.

All who knew Johnnie, knew of his love of competitive sports. He was an outstanding basketball player, leading his home team to many victories. He also played baseball throughout much of his life.

He was a farmer and enjoyed the work on the farm until ill health forced his retirement.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Henry, and one sister, Anna McCool. He is survived by his wife, Dolores, of their home near Lenora, and his daughter and son-in-law, Sandra and Ray Smith, also of Lenora; one brother, Bill Thomsen of Taloga, several nieces and nephews and many many friends.