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The Western Star, August 8, 1985.

Jack Bond

Jack Bond, 77, died Sunday, August 4, 1985, at Kiowa County Memorial Hospital, Greensburg.

Born March 10, 1908 at Arlington, Kan., he married Pauline Booth February 14, 1909 at Salina. They lived on a farm northwest of Wilmore since 1947.

Bond was a farmer and stockman, belonged to the Wilmore Federated Church, and was Kiowa County Commissioner for four years.

He is survived by his wife Pauline, of the home; one brother Walter, Turon; three sisters: Enid Hickok, Ulysses; Inez Harris, Independence, Mo.; Betty Bond, Turon.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, August 6, at the Wilmore Federated Church, with Rev. Lloyd Swindler officiating. Burial was in the Wilmore cemetery.

Family suggests memorials to Wilmore Federated Church, in care of the Wilmore State Bank.

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