Not related. Found some information from newspaperarchive.com site, probably more in the Wynnewood or Sulphur newspapers.
May 15, 1972
Double Barreled Celebration Held
Wynnewood, Okla.: Mrs. ALLIE WOODS of Wynnewood is recovering today from a double-barreled celebration held in her honor. Sunday, of course, was Mother's Day. It also happened to be Mrs. Woods' 100th birthday. In less than two hours, 105 well wishers greeted Mrs. Woods at the Morgan Nursing HOme. She smiled and shook hands with with each of them from her bed. Eight of her 14 children are still living. The best educated guessers say she has 143 great-great-great-grandchildren.
Ada Evening News
Tuesday, August 29, 1972
Services for Mrs. ALLIE WOODS, 100, Wynnewood, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Wynnewood Assembly of God Church. She died Monday in Wynnewood. Mrs. Woods was born May 14, 1872 in Ashgrove, Missouri. She was a housewie and lived her entire life in Wynnewood. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. VIOLET DUDLEY and Mrs. CLARA KEEGAN, both of Wynnewood; five sons, W. M. TERMIN of Borger, Tex., C. E. TERMIN of Modesto, Calif., CLYDE WOODS of Wynnewood, GEORGE and EARL WOODS both of Arlington, Texas; and a total of 143 grand, great and great-great granchildren. Burial will be in the Iona Cemetery with the Bahner-Ozbirn Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
November 1, 1967
Sulphur: Services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Assembly of God Church, Wynnewood, for LONNIE WOODS, 55, Wynnewood. Burial was in the Iona Cemetery. Bahner Funeral Home of Sulphur was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Woods died Monday. He had been in failing health eight to ten years and seriously ill the past year. He had been a bricklayer by trade. Mr. Woods was born in Iona, Oklahoma, Sept. 7, 1912. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. ALLIE WOODS of Wynnewood; two daughters, JOYCE, Dallas, and JUANITA SEMISICK of Scranton, Pa.; four sons, ALLEN and BILLY both of Hurst, Texas; PHILLIP WOODS of Wichita, Kan., and BOBBY WOODS of Gardenia, Calif., two sisters, VIOLET DUDLEY of Wynnewood and CLARA KEEGAN of the home; five brothers, GEORGE and EARL WOODS both of Arlington, Tex, CLYDE WOODS of the home, BILL TERMIN of Borger, Texas and CHARLES TERMIN of Modesto, Calif., and 14 grandchildren.