Class of 1917
Basketball 11-12, 12-13; Nulli Secundi Society; Websterian Club
Dollie Pearl (Wadsworth) Ringler
March 30, 1897 – February 16, 1934
Mrs. Dollie Pearl Ringler, 37 years of age, died at the Wesley hospital in Oklahoma City at 9:30 Friday night, following an illness of several months’ duration.
Born March 30, 1897, in Perry, she was the daughter of William E. and Ada A. (Baldwin) Wadsworth. Dollie lived all of her life in this community, graduating from Perry High School in 1917.
She taught several terms of school and was employed at the post office in Perry. On Nov. 24, 1920, Dollie and William Bartholomew “Bill” Ringler, Perry businessman, were married.
Besides her widower, she is survived by a daughter, Willa Lou, three years of age; her mother, Mrs. Ada Wadsworth of Perry; two sisters, Miss Murrell Wadsworth of Perry and Mrs. O. L. Crawford of Ponca City; and two brothers, F. E. Wadsworth of Ponca City and Adrian Wadsworth of Perry.
She has been an active member of the Methodist church for many years.
Funeral services will be held at 3 o’clock Sunday afternoon from the Methodist church with Rev. C. Merritt LaGrone, pastor, in charge. Burial will be in the Grace Hill cemetery.