Location: Bowie County TX

Biography of Dale B. Whybark

Dale B. Whybark who originated from Kansas, was born at Lane, in August, 1887, and is a son of George S. and Mary R. (Walters) Whybark, both natives of that state. The father, who has always followed railroading, is now Superintendent of the Arkansas Central Railroad at Fort Smith, which responsible position he has held for many years. Dale B. Whybark was reared and educated in Fort Smith and after graduating from the high school there, accepted a position with the Drew Hardwood Lumber Company at De Kalb, Texas, remaining in their employ until 1908, when he came to Eufaula. He became cashier of the First National Bank here, and was active in that capacity until 1918, when he bought a controlling interest in the Oklahoma State Bank from H. B. Ernest and became President of the institution. This bank was established in 1916 by Mr. Ernest, and the modern bank building, owned by the institution, was built in the same year. It has a capital of twenty-five thousand dollars, a surplus also amounting to twenty-five thousand dollars, and the average deposits total four hundred thousand dollars. M. E. Turner is Vice President of the institution and M. S. Fears holds the position of cashier. There is no phase of the banking business with which Mr. Whybark is not familiar and he has won the enviable position he now...

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Bowie County Texas Cemeteries

Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. The following cemetery transcriptions can be found at Bowie County Texas USGenWeb Archives. Akin Cemetery #1 Akin Cemetery #2 Atwood Cemetery Berry Family Cemetery Center Ridge Cemetery A – M Surnames N – Z Surnames College Hill Cemetery Creed Cemetery Darton Cemetery DeKalb Cemetery Eylau Methodist Cemetery Eylau Christian Cemetery Foreman – Lassister – Smith Cemetery Glass Hill Cemetery Godley Prairie Cemetery Gravel Hill Cemetery Harris Family Cemetery Hillcrest Cemetery A – Cow Surnames Cox – Hen Surnames Her – McW Surnames Mea – Sei Surnames Sel – Z Surnames Hughes – Knight Cemetery Magnolia Cemetery Meeks Cemetery aka¬†Freese – Barnes Cemetery Moore’s Chapel Cemetery aka¬†Northwood Cemetery Photos Morris Family Cemetery New Boston Cemetery Old Union Cemetery Pauper Cemetery Pine Spring Cemetery Photos Pulaski Cemetery Rathburn Cemetery Rathburn Family Cemetery Read Hill Cemetery Photos Red Bayou Cemetery Red Lick Cemetery A – I Surnames J – Z Surnames Redwater Cemetery Updates Ringwood Cemetery Roberts Cemetery Rock Creek Baptist Church Cemetery Photos Sand Hill Cemetery Photos Updates Shipp Cemetery Talbot Cemetery Tyler Cemetery Unknown Cemetery Vaile Cemetery Wards Creek Cemetery Woodmen Cemetery A – K Surnames L – Z Surnames Wootten Springs Cemetery The following cemetery transcriptions and photos can be found at Bowie...

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Robinson, Maj. Johnnie Grover – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Maj. Johnnie Grover Robinson, 83, a longtime Baker City resident of Baker City died April 5, 2003, at Valley View Retirement Center in Boise. His funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Baker City Salvation Army Church on Estes Street. Maj. Daniel Hudson of The Salvation Army Midland Divisional Headquarters in St. Louis, Mo., will conduct the service. Vault interment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery Visitations for Major Robinson will be until 7 o’clock tonight at Coles Funeral Home, 1950 Place St. Maj. Robinson was born on Sept. 12, 1919, at Fort Mill, S.C., a son of John and Flonnie Reed Yandle Robinson. He was raised at South Carolina and after his schooling served in the U.S. Marine Corps. While still serving in the Marine Corps he met his bride-to-be, Irene, and brought her to his church home: The Salvation Army at Rock Hill, S.C. They were married on June 27, 1944. Together, they felt God’s call on their lives to serve him as officers in The Salvation Army. They both attended The Salvation Army’s School for Officers Training in Atlanta, Ga., and were commissioned as lieutenants, and ordained as Salvation Army officers (ministers) on June 4, 1951. They served in the following appointments in the Southern Territory: Lubbock, Littlefield, Houston, Harlingen, Lufkin, Freeport and Texarkana, Texas. After transferring to the Western Territory...

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