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Daily Oklahoman, The 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 2, 1948

J. A. Appelget, Transport Line Manager,  Dies

J. Allen Appelget, 54, for 10 years traffic manager for H. J. Jeffries Truck Lines, died Friday afternoon in his home, 608 NW 36 Terrace, following a 15-month illness.  He died of Cancer. Appelget, widely known in transportation circles, was born in Sheridan, Wyoming.  He moved to Woodward in 1900 and lived there until 1925 when he went to Blackwell.  He had been a resident of Oklahoma City since 1931. 

He was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church and Siloam Chapter, Eastern Star.  He was also a Thirty-Second Degree Mason. 

Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Street & Draper Chapel with Dr. Raymond Campbell, Pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church, officiating.  Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Leah M., home address; two daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Louise Tracey, 536 NW 31, and Mrs. Dorothy Wenzel, 536 NW 31; a brother, Harold A. Appelget, Kilgore, Texas, and three grandchildren.  (There is a picture).


Transcribed and submitted by Margaret Gagliardi, January 2009.



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