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320. Norma Ann COMSTOCK was born on 9 February 1910 in Uniontown, Crawford County, Arkansas.34 She died on 15 April 1990 at the age of 80 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.131,208

Norma was still a minor when her father died in January of 1924; her mother already deceased. Her older sister Ethel became her guardian - my great-grandfather, James M. Comstock, was surety for the guardianship bond.

1930 Census. Oklahoma City, OK, Hh 543
Richard C. Mills, 36, Physician, Medical
Grace, wife, 33, Teacher, Public School
Norma A. Comstock, Sister-in-law, age 20

1940 Census. Tonkawa, Kay Co, OK, Hh 293
Carter Lee Henshaw, 68, and Mary Anna, his wife 65
Norma Ann Comstock, Lodger, age 30, b. AR, lived in Oklahoma City in 1935. She is a Librarian at the City Library.

One child - Jim Randolph Call born 16 Sep 1946

Norma Ann COMSTOCK and Lifus Elige "Jim" CALL were married on 24 June 1940.206 Lifus Elige "Jim" CALL, son of John E. CALL and Minnie BISHOP, was born on 28 December 1905 in Allen, Pototoc County, Indian Territory. He died on 20 March 1963 at the age of 57 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.

The Ada Weekly News, Ada, Oklahoma, 28 Mar 1963
The County
...
Weekend guests of Mrs. Tennie Kemp were her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Call, Campbell, Calif., and a niece, Mrs. Hope Wisdom, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mrs. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Call and Mrs. Windom attended funeral services Friday at Oklahoma City for Jim Call, who died Wednesday at his home in Oklahoma City. He was a brother of Gregg Call and Mrs. Wisdom.
...
Sunday morning, Mrs. C. B. Kemp and her nephew, Gregg Call, and wife, who are visiting from California were planning to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Barnes at Heavener. When Mrs. Kemp and Mrs. Call started out the back door, Mrs. Call slipped and fell, cracking a bone in her knee. She was rushed to Valley View Hospital and her leg was put in a cast.
Monday morning the Barneses visited the Calls and Mrs. Kemp from Heavener.

The Ada Evening News, Ada, Oklahoma, Friday, March 22, 1963, p.2
Obituaries
JIM CALL
ALLEN (Special) - Services were Friday at 2 p.m. in the Guardian Furneral Home chapel, Oklahoma City for Jim Call, known to intimates as Lifus.
Mr. Call died at his home, 2916 Northwest Twenty-ninth, Oklahoma City, at 6 p.m. last Friday following an extended illness. He was born and reared in Allen, son of the late John and Minnie Call. He leaves the wife, Norma Ann, a son Jim Call Jr., a brother, Gregg Call, Campbell, Calif; a sister, Mrs. Hope Wisdom, Los Angeles, Calif.; and an aunt, Mrs. C. B. Kemp, Allen.

Norma Ann COMSTOCK and Lifus Elige "Jim" CALL had the following children:

424

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Jim CALL Jr. (private).