Beulah Mae Arnold

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Services for Beulah Mae Arnold, 103, of Atwood are at 10 a.m. Monday at the Richmond Avenue Free Will Baptist Church. The Revs. Buddy Drake, Coy Howry and Charles Henthorn will officiate. Burial will follow at Allen Cemetery.
Family and friends may call from 4 p.m. Sunday until service time at the Allen Chapel.
Mrs. Arnold passed away Thursday, July 11, 2019, at her home.
She was born Sept. 23, 1915, at Kiowa to Gid and Lorene Mullins Turney. She married N.J. Arnold on March 4, 1938. He preceded her in death Nov. 2, 1975.
Mrs. Arnold was a homemaker and a member of the Allen First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her children, Barbara Sanders and husband, Eugene, of Allen, and a son, James Arnold and wife, Donna, of Allen; her grandchildren, Greg Sanders and wife, Sue, of Allen, Brad Arnold of Allen, Elizabeth Henthorn and husband, Charley, of Elk City, Gina Sanders of Allen and Noel Arnold and wife, Ashley, of Edmond; her great-grandchildren, Blake, Sam, Jill, Ezra and Charlette Henthorn, Kylan and Brooklyn Sanders, and Jack and Porter Arnold; and one sister, Mildred Eagle of Bakersfield, California.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and siblings Bill Turney, Charley Turney, Lizzie Dunn, Lola Tackett, Abbie Harrington, Marcilla Cross, Bud Turney, Velma Cross and Tom Turney.
Bearers will be Greg Sanders, Brad Arnold, Noel Arnold, Blake Henthorn, Sam Henthorn, Rodey Arnold, Wyatt Arnold, Kylan Sanders and Jack Arnold.
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Published on July 12, 2019
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Donna Feehan
Jul 13, 2019
I will always remember the times I was lucky enough to spend with Aunt Beulah. She was such an inspiration, she was such a hard working, God loving woman. I will miss her dearly but am glad she is with Uncle Noel again.
Phyllis Legg Adams
Jul 13, 2019
Aunt Beaut always had a booming laugh and was always happy and loving. Don’t remember her ever frowning.
Uncle Noel called me “Susie” and rescued me time and time again from the peanut field when Linda, Larry,Wade and I hoed peanuts for Aunt Beaut and Uncle Noel. When it got hot Uncle Noel would say “come on Susie you’re coming with me. We need something in town “. I never knew what we needed, we got candy and pop first. Sometimes we’d get a root beer float. Then we’d go to the hardware store and the feed store. Mostly he visited. I didn’t care, it kept me out of the peanut field !
I asked Aunt Beaut once if she knew exactly what we were going to get
...and she said “he didn’t need anything, he was just trying to get you both out of the field!! “
She laughed her big laugh and said he always said “Susie is too pale, she shouldn’t be in the sun, she’ll get a heat stroke.”.
Aunt Beaut told me he wasn’t fooling her a bit but she didn’t mind.
She and I laughed a lot about that.
I will always remember her as a hard worker and happy Great Aunt, whom I loved dearly.
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Ruth Cosper Finch
Jul 12, 2019
So sorry for your loss. Condolences to all the family. Beulah was a wonderful lady. It was such a great time growing up with you all and your mother and father. Loved her homemade rolls.