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KLPLIdLI BULLDOG 26 The Arizona Republic Obituaries Phoenix, Mon., Feb. 21, 19661 W D. O'Neil Dies, Rites Wednesday W.D. (Bucky) O'Neil, founder and president of OWeil Letter Shop in Phoenix and a veteran of the Spanish-American Spanish-American Spanish-American War, died Saturday in St. Luke's Hospital. Mr. O'Neil, 87, lived at 3701 E. Elm. He was born in Hudson,! N.Y., and came to Phoenix in 1908 following a tour of duty with American War. Before opening his printing business in 1908, he served as state distributor for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co. He opened his shop" at Central Avenue and Washington with one employe. Now one of the state's largest letter shops, it is situated at 368 N. Second Ave. IX THE 1920s he traveled throughout the nation publicizing publicizing the attributes of Arizona, which he called God's country. Long active in many civic organizations, Mr. O'Neil was past president of the Hiram Club and Phoenix Advertising Club and was second patron and charter member of the Queen Esther Chapter of Order of Eastern Star. A member of, the El Zaribah Shrine, he served1 many times as marshal of the cepcion; four daughters, Mrs. Shrine parade. A member of;Aurora Minas of El Paso, Tex., Phoenix Rotarv Club, he edited Mrs. Lily Barriga of Oracle, 1 W. D. (BUCKY) O'NEIL Phoenix Print Shop Owner the Rotarizonian magazines for.Mrs. Josephine Aguallo of ii nc renri and Mrs Cam vn Pae?J 23 years. jrenci and Mrs. of San Diego; Carolyn Paez two brothers, i' c 1 Vl vail Lict:u, ivvu liuuiuj. Other organizations ; of wh h;Manuel of Ef Paso and Ernesto Arizona Masonic Lodge, Scottish1? Luz Alderete Mrs Adela Rite Bodies, the Spanish-Amer- Spanish-Amer- Spanish-Amer- Spanish-Amer- lflg"eal Jean War Veterans Club and the f.f a.teF? Mr s;Jj uPe .e Sons of the American Revolu- Revolu- aJ. f E1 Paso and 14 Srand-tion. Srand-tion. Srand-tion. childim MR. O'NEIL is survived by Friends mf cal1 at lhe his wife, Mary C; two daugh-;uarv daugh-;uarv daugh-;uarv fom 2 P m- m- today untl1 tcrs, Mrs. Harry A. Findor and9am- and9am- tomorrow. Mrs. G. L. Pennington, all of Phoenix; a son, Dalton S. of Dorolhv Wrav Tacoma, Wash.; four grandsons and two granddaughters. I PEORIA Services for Mrs. Funeral services will be at J01 E' aJ5"t' 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at A. L.!dent here' U P"1,0; nrri a c, M;(n. in morrow in Brazill-Whitney Brazill-Whitney Brazill-Whitney Mor- Mor- W. Adams. The Rev. Herbert! a,J ; Gn Ply-P. Landes of Valley Presby- Presby- - . terian Church will officiate in conjunction with the Masonic funeral committee. Interment will be in Greenwood Memorial Mausoleum. M. Heath officiatin Burial will be in Memory-Lawn Memory-Lawn Memory-Lawn Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary mortuary from 4 to 9 p.m. today.