Minnie Lee Luttrell King
Lynn County News, September 5, 1968
Wilson Pioneer’s Funeral Today
TAHOKA (Special) – Services for Mrs. Minnie King, 87, a resident of Wilson since 1901, will be at 2 p.m. today in the Wilson Methodist Church.
The Rev. Roscoe Troftle, pastor, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. by the Rev. W.O. Rucker of Pampa. Burial will be in Tahoka Cemetery directed by White Funeral Home.
A native of Kansas, Mrs. King died Thursday night at Lavory’s Nursing Home in Tahoka. She had been a patient there about three years.
Survivors include; two daughters, Mrs. Lee Taylor of Morton and Mrs. G.P. Bailey of Odessa; four sons, the Rev. John Paul King of Elmore City, Okla., James of Panhandle, Lonnie of Plainview and W.W. of Oklahoma City; four sisters, Mrs. Bob Traweek, Mrs. L.M. Nordyke, Mrs. Paul McDonald and Mrs. George Henry, all of Tahoka; two brothers, F.G. Luttrell of Portales, N.M., and W.T. Luttrell of Tahoka; 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.
NOTE: Mrs. King was actually a resident of Lynn county since 1901 and was a native of Missouri not Kansas.
Contributed by John King.