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Arnett Family

                                                         William C. Arnett.
Note: First entries show Arnette, which is incorrect. MAW
Winfield Courier, November 6, 1948.
A large gathering of relatives and friends attended services Friday at 3:30 p.m. in the First Baptist church for Mrs. W. C. Arnette [Arnett], who died suddenly Wednesday afternoon from a heart attack.
Among the survivors are Mrs. Mabel Arnette, and Dana Lynn Arnette, Winfield. Out-of-town relatives and friends here for the services were; Miss Irene Helton, Miss Ruby Helton, Mrs. Belle Summers, Freece Helton and Mrs Bessie Shipp, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Mrs. Tennye McKenney, Mason Arnette and Miss Vic Minkler, San Antonio, Tex.; Herbert Bartlett, Omaha, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. James Clabough, Coffeyville; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Greiner, Salina.
(She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Dorothy Nell, and Helen Dean.)
Winfield Courier, March 12, 1962.
William Clark Arnett, 62, died of a heart attack at 7:00 a.m. this morning at his home, 1103 E.5th. He had owned and operated the Hickerson studio at 815½ Main since 1929.
Mr. Arnett was born May 2, 1899, at Murfreesboro, Tenn. He was married March 1, 1919, to Mamie S. Helton, who died November 13, 1848. They came to Winfield in 1929 from Sulphur Springs, Texas, where they had also operated a studio. He was a member of the Legion and United Commercial Travelers.
Survivors are two daughters: Mrs. Dorothy Nell Kirkman of Chapel Hill, N.C., and Mrs. Helen Dean Pietkiewicz of Winfield; three grandchildren, seven brothers and sisters, Mason S. Arnett, Mrs. Claude McKinney, and Mrs. J. A. Shelton of San Antonio, Mrs. Bessie Shipp, Lytle Arnett, Herbert Arnett, and Miss Bertha Arnett of Murfreesboro, Tenn.


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