Obituary – Woodall, Wilda Mae “Woody”

Class of 1941

1941 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily JournalWilda Mae Woodall
Wilda Mae Woodall

– age 17, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Woodall. She was born in Perry and has attended the Perry schools.

She served as president of her home room and was a member of the band for three years. She has been very much interested in physical education activities for girls.

Wilda has been outstanding in her art work for the past six years. She designed the programs for the junior and senior class plays and the spring concert.

She was awarded a scholarship in the art department of the Oklahoma City University. The scholarship was awarded through Kappa Pi, national honor art fraternity.

Hobbies are sports of all kinds and photography.

She plans to enter an art institute next year to study art.

Wilda Mae “Woody” Woodall

June 29, 1923 – May 22, 1998

Wilda Woodall, 74, resident of Oklahoma City, died on May 22, 1998.

Born June 29, 1923, she was the daughter of James Francis and Frances Sarah (Davis) Woodall. After graduating from Perry high school in 1941, she continued her education at Oklahoma City University. During her college years she was active in the College Art League, where she served as vice-president, and a member of Alpha Omega sorority. She also excelled scholastically.

Her parents and brother, Albert Leroy Woodall, predeceased her.

Her cremains are entombed at Resthaven Gardens Cemetery in Oklahoma City, OK.