Funeral Services For Mrs. Henry Brown Funeral services were held for Mrs. Brown at the Hinton Methodist church, Saturday, April 4, at 2 p. m. The Rev. H. M. James, Methodist pastor at Watonga, officiated. He was assisted by Rev. Finley Reid, the local pastor. Internment was made in the Hinton cemetery under the direction of Cecil Bros. Obituary Eliza A. Waltrip was born at Rawleigh, Missouri, May 7, 1865, and died at Hinton, April 2, 1936, at the age of 70 years, 10 months and 26 days. On Oct. 23, 1884, she was married to Henry G. Brown at Purdy, Mo. To this union were born two daughters, Maud and Mammie. In the autumn of 1909, she came with her family to a farm west of Hinton, where she has since made her home. In the early married life she professed her faith in Christ and united with the First Baptist church at Purdy, Mo. Later she moved her membership to the Methodist church of Hinton and has lived a quiet, faithful Christian life. Her death came after an illness of several months. She leaves to grieve her going, her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Prevo of Monett, Mo., and Mrs. Lee Howerton of Hinton; three sisters, Mrs. Samantha Johnson, Wheaton, Mo.; Mrs. Haggie Wilks, Hawaiian Islands, and Mrs. Florence Bowman, Miller, Mo.; two brothers, Jim Waltrip, Memphis, Tenn., and John Waltrip, Monett, Mo.; eleven grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and a host of friends. Source: Hinton Record, Hinton, OK, Wednesday, April 8, 1936, page 1.