GLENWOOD HUTCHINGS KILLED IN OKLAHOMA
Glenwood Hutchings, (1945) a former Flat River resident, was shot and killed Sunday night, by a brother-in-law, during an argument between the two men, at Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
The body was brought to the family residence in Flat River, and funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Marvin Chapel, conducted by Rev. Robert N. Arbaugh. Interment was in Marvin Chapel Cemetery in St. Francios County, Missouri. Hood Service.
Glenwood Joseph Hutchings, son of the late Henry Eugene Hutchings and Elzie Smith Hutchings, was born in St. Francois County, Missouri on January 31, 1912, and died on April 22, 1945, aged 33 years 2 months and 21 days. On July 11, 1936, he was united in marriage to Sarah Meyers at Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
He is survived by his wife, his mother, Mrs Eugene Hutchings of Flat River; three brothers: George Hutchings of St. Louis; Marion Lee Hutchings, Pharmacist Mate Second class, U.S. Navy, Oceanside, California; and James Robert Hutchings, Seaman First Class, U.S. Navy, somewhere in the South Pacific, and two sisters: (Irene) Mrs. Claude Fahnestock of St. Louis; and (Edna Ruth) Mrs. G. B. King of Flat River. One brother preceded him in death in infancy, and his father died about a year ago.