|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1905|
|Death: ||Oct. 30, 1958|
Funeral services for Mrs. Dimple Ames, 53, of Oklahoma City were held in the Cogar Methodist Church Sunday with Rev. J. J. McDaniel officiating.
Pallbearers were George Beard, Carl Wilson, Julian Phelps, Chick Anderson, Willie Salyer and Robert Kelly.
Singers were Mrs. John Fowler, Mrs. Julian Phelps, Mrs. Carl Wilson, Mrs. Herman Randall, Floyd Buchanan, Odie Humphrey and Jerald Hatcher. They sang "When They Ring Those Golden Bells", "Beyond The Sunset" and "Gathering Home".
Dimple Ames was born February 22, 1905 at Oneida, TN, and departed this life October 20, 1958 at an Oklahoma City hospital at the age of 53 years, 8 months, and 8 days. She came to Oklahoma with her parents in 1918.
She was united with the Pentecostal Holiness Church in 1931. She was married to Lee Ames on March 20, 1919. To this union seven children were born, three preceeded her in death.
She lived most of her married life on a farm near Cogar until 1948 when they moved to Oklahoma City.
Survivors are her husband, Lee of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Cherry and Mrs. Grant Finch of Minco; two sons, Bob of Oklahoma City and Don of Haskell; three sisters, eight brothers, and seven grandchildren.
Internment was in the Minco Evergreen Cemetery under the direction of Reynolds Funeral Home.
Courtesy of the Minco Historical Society
Franklin Lee Ames (1898 - 1969)*
Daniel W Ames (1931 - 1933)*
Bobby Frank Ames (1933 - 2013)*
Donald Joe Ames (1934 - 1996)*
Plot: Row 11, South, New Section
Created by: GraveRobber
Record added: Dec 05, 2010
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