from the Enid Morning News, Enid, Garfield county, Oklahoma, Thursday, December 15, 1938, page 8.
"RITES FRIDAY FOR JAMES S. ANGLIN
Funeral services for James S. Anglin, 77 years old, apioneer resident of the Drummond community, will be Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the chaple of the Dunlavy Funeral home.Burial will be in Enid cemetery.
Angelin died Tuesday night at his home near Drummond, following a lingering illness.He died on the farm he homesteaded when the Cherokee Strip was opened in 1898.
Survivors include his wife of the home;one son,Willard Anglin of Drummond;three brothers,Sam Anglin of Enid,Gyle Anglin of Lawton andmarin Anglin of Kingfisher;and tow sisters,Mrs. Sarah Taylor andMrs. Clarence George, both of Drummond."
From the Enid Morning News, Enid, Garfield county, Oklahoma, Friday, December 16, 1938, page 12.
"SERVICES TODAY FOR JAMES ANGLIN
Pallbearers for the funeral of James Anglin, 77, Drummond pioneer, will beDalt Roberts,Mike Goodpasture,Art Duncan,Will Spohrer,Ben Woods, andLewis Dehning.
Rites for Anglin, who died Tuesday, will be conducted this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the chapel of the Dunlavy Funeral home, with burial in Enid cemetery.Rev. J.H. Holtman will officiate."
From the Enid Morning News, Enid, Garfield county, Oklahoma, Sunday, May 23, 1943, page 3.
"SUNDAY RITES TO BE HELD FOR MRS. J.S. ANGLIN
Funeral services for Mrs. J.S. Anglin, 60,Drummond resident will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Pentecostal Holiness church with Rev. R.L. Rex, pastor in charge.Burial will be in the Enid cemetery.
A prayer service will be held at 2 o'clock in the Dunlavy Funeral home chapel.
Pallbearers will be Will Spohrer,George Spohrer,Paul Rathjan,R.O. Westphal,B.T. Goodhue andHiram Peckham.
Mrs. Anglin died Friday night at an Enid hospital.
Surviors are one son,Willard Anglin of Drummond;three grandchildren;two brothers,C.E. George of Enid and Ed George of Springfield, Missouri;and two sisters,Mrs. Anna Weese of Topeka, Kansas andMrs. Mamie Jewell of Shawnee."