Class of 1905

Ralph Aden Lattin

November 10, 1885 – November 15, 1928

Ralph Lattin who formerly lived in Perry and who has operated a music store in Oklahoma City for a number of years died in Temple, Texas on Thursday according to word which has been received here by F. F. Busch, clerk, of the local Modern Woodmen of America Lodge.

The body has been returned to the Hahn funeral home in Oklahoma City but no announcement has been made here regarding the funeral services.

Mrs. Eva Mae Lattin Abbott, who taught here for a number of years in the rural school, is a daughter and Raymond Lattin, who has been associated with his father in business, in Oklahoma City is a son.

11/18/1928 Business Man Will Be Buried Monday (Sunday)

Funeral services for Ralph A. Lattin, 43 years old, 4316 Butler place, who died in Temple, Texas, Thursday, will be held at Hahn’s chapel Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock.

Lattin, who was owner and manager of Lattin’s phonograph shop, 408 W. Main street, died after two years’ illness, becoming very ill about two weeks ago.

He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Eva M. Abbott of Walters, and a son, Raymond Lattin of Oklahoma City. Rev. R.M. Inlow will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Fairlawn cemetery.