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The Daily Ardmoreite Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma
Marietta by MRS. MATTYE N. ROSE, correspondent and agent, Bell Telephone Office
Thursday Morning, December 5, 1918 MISS LOU GARRETT received a telegram Monday conveying the news of the death of her niece, MRS. ARTHUR DENNIS, who died from influenza in Arizona. She leaves a little daughter and husband, who is critically ill and on account of his condition, no arrangements have been announced to the burial of the body. Mrs. Dennis was formerly MISS ALMA PROFFER and was for a number of years employed in the Register of Deed office at the courthouse.
Friday, December 6, 1918 MISS LOU GARRETT received a message Wednesday conveying the sad news that ARTHUR DENNIS died that morning in Arizona. He was the husband of her niece MRS. ALMA PROFFER DENNIS who died Monday morning in Arizona. They leave a little daughter 12 months old. No funeral arrangements have been made.
Thursday, December 19, 1918 MISS LOU GARRETT has received notice from Cheyenne, Wyoming newspaper concerning the death of her niece, MRS. A. C. DENNIS, formerly, MISS ALMA PROFFER of Marietta. About two weeks ago Mrs. Dennis, then Mr. Dennis and finally their baby daughter FRANCES were successively taken to the private hospital. There Mrs. Dennis died Nov. 30. Mr. Dennis died the following day. Sickness at home prevented the parents of Mrs. Dennis, who live at Gainesville going to Cheyenne. Mr. Dennis’ mother, MRS. A. S. DENNIS of Oakland, California, arrived there a few hours after deaths occurred. The funeral, one of the very few double funerals held in Cheyenne, took placeThursday, Dec. 5 at Early’s Chapel. REV. J. S. STUBBLEFIELD of the First Presbyterian Church conducted the services, which under the rigid quarantine rules prevailing, could not be attended, even by those who had been intimate friends of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. DENNIS left the next day for their home at Oakland. They were accompanied by their granddaughter FRANCES DENNIS.