I did the look-up for you in The Protection Post. The obituary appeared Thursday, April 24, 1930, page 1. I did not find an obituary for Goldie in the Protection paper. Contact me at rbaker13 @ sbcglobal.net within 30 days if you want the photocopy.
MRS. J. A. CUMPTON - PIONEER SUCCUMBS TO LINGERING ILLNESS.
Sunday, April 20, in the late hours of the evening, Mrs. J. A. Cumpton, who had been very ill for several days succumbed to the fatal ravages of diabetes at her home in Protection.
Mrs. Cumpton was well advanced in years, being over 69 years of age and had been in very poor health for a great many years.
She was a pioneer woman of Comanche county, having settled in this county in 1885.
She endured all the hardships and vicissitudes of the pioneer life of these plains as she did her late illness without complaint and with steady courage and hardihood. Her spirit of kindly cheerfulness and her helpfulness and thoughtfulness of her friends or neighbors, during her active years was very characteristic of her many charming qualities of character and spirit.
Devotion to her loved [ones] and her family, fidelity to friends and kindly helpful to all, were attributes that endeared Mrs. Cumpton to her intimate associates.
She leaves to mourn her loss, her aged husband, J. A. Cumpton, one son, J. P. Cumpton of Protection and two daughters, Mrs. J. A. Weede of Protection and Mrs. Gray Reed of Clovis, New Mexico, five grandchildren, and many immediate relatives and a host of friends.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 23, at 2:30 p.m. from the local Methodist Church with the pastor, Rev. A. L. Hughes, conducting, and interment was in the Protection cemetery.