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Perry O. Armstrong

P. O. ARMSTRONG Funeral services for Mr. P. O. Armstrong, 81, who passed away in a local hospital Wednesday afternoon, were held Friday, Nov. 6, at 2:30 p. m. in the chapel of Greens Funeral Home. Rev. Jas. Lafferty officiated. Burial was in North Elm Cemetery. Mr. Armstrong was a retired farmer, having lived in the Yarrellton and North Elm communities before moving to Cameron. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. P. O. Armstrong of 900 W. Main St., 2 sons, Earl Armstrong of Winfield, Kansas, and Lonnie Armstrong of Cameron; 3 brothers, Vester of Bluffdale, Pollie of Stephenville, Wade of Fort Worth; 4 sisters, Mrs. Lena Cantrell of Fort Worth, Mrs. Della Lykes of Bluffdale, Mrs. Babe Fallin of Bluffdale, and Mrs. Klona Vander of Stephenville. Pallbearers were Buddy Fuller, Grady Fikes, Hardy Fuller, Wayne Wieser, W. O. Rinn, Ray Westbrook, Ottis Gooch and Donald Ray Armstrong. The Cameron Herald, 12 Nov 1964

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  • Last Name: Armstrong
  • First Name: Perry O.
  • Spouse: Iva A.
  • Row: 19
  • Plot: 3
  • Side: Right
  • Birth: Saturday, September 29 1883
  • Death: Friday, November 06 1964
  • Image 1: Image 1
  • Obituary: P. O. ARMSTRONG Funeral services for Mr. P. O. Armstrong, 81, who passed away in a local hospital Wednesday afternoon, were held Friday, Nov. 6, at 2:30 p. m. in the chapel of Greens Funeral Home. Rev. Jas. Lafferty officiated. Burial was in North Elm Cemetery. Mr. Armstrong was a retired farmer, having lived in the Yarrellton and North Elm communities before moving to Cameron. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. P. O. Armstrong of 900 W. Main St., 2 sons, Earl Armstrong of Winfield, Kansas, and Lonnie Armstrong of Cameron; 3 brothers, Vester of Bluffdale, Pollie of Stephenville, Wade of Fort Worth; 4 sisters, Mrs. Lena Cantrell of Fort Worth, Mrs. Della Lykes of Bluffdale, Mrs. Babe Fallin of Bluffdale, and Mrs. Klona Vander of Stephenville. Pallbearers were Buddy Fuller, Grady Fikes, Hardy Fuller, Wayne Wieser, W. O. Rinn, Ray Westbrook, Ottis Gooch and Donald Ray Armstrong. The Cameron Herald, 12 Nov 1964