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THE MADILL RECORD
MADILL, MARSHALL COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, NOVEMBER 12, 1936

RICE RITES AT AYLESWORTH M.E. CHURCH
Well-Known Citizen Dies at Home on Thursday

C.C. Rice, age 77, pioneer and prominent citizen of Marshall County, died at his home in Aylesworth Wednesday evening, Nov. 11, at 8:15 o'clock. Mr. Rice had been in ill health for several months.
Mr. Rice came to this county during the Indian Territory days. He and his good wife have assisted in the development of the county and have consistently lent the efforts of well-directed plans to the upbuilding of better conditions for the oncoming generations.
He leaves his wife and five sons, as follows: John Rice of Cumberland, George Rice of Okmulgee, Gordon and Bruce Rice of Aylesworth and Jewel Rice of Tulsa.
The funeral services were held in the Methodist Church of Aylesworth at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. George S. Henry of Kingston said the rites. Watts Funeral Home was in charge.
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