Mrs. Annie (Ready) Cook
CLYDE (RNS) -- Mrs. Annie Cook, 88, died about 12:30 a.m. Monday in
Hendrick Memorial Hospital in Abilene following a three day illness.
She resided at 865 Kirkwood in Abilene.
Funeral will be Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in the First Baptist Church in
Clyde with the Rev. H.B. Terry of the Temple Baptist Church of Abilene
officiating, assisted by the Rev. Glen Ward of Cherry Heights Baptist
Church of Clyde. Burial will be in Eula Cemetery with Bailey funeral
Home in charge.
Nephews will serve as pall bearers.
Born Dec. 27, 1883, in Thurber, she married Richard Wilson Cook in
1909 in Clyde. She lived in the Clyde area, moving to Midway community
in 1923. She moved to Abilene in 1961. She was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Baird.
Her husband died in 1929. She also was preceded in death by two
daughters, Mrs. A. W. Gibson in 1964 and Alma Pearl Cook in 1938.
Survivors are seven sons, W. P. and S. E. both of Abilene, Hiram of
Clyde, Carl of Garmon, J. C. and R. E. of California, and Raymond of
Friona; five daughters, Mrs. M. E. Bourland, Mrs. Harvey Haws, all of
Abilene, Mrs. R. L. J. Hicks and Mrs. Gilford Rice, both of Clyde.
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