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Obituary of Antoniette Swanda Hubatka


Mrs Hubatka Services Set for Tuesday

Services for Mrs John (Nettie) Hubatka, 93, who died Thursday, will be at 2 pm tuesday at Hahn-Cook-Street and Draper Funeral Home, with burial in Fairlawn Cemetery. Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, she came to Omaha, Nebraska with her parents at the age of 2. She was a state pioneer, making the Run of 1889 and settling near Yukon. Later in 1889 she moved to Oklahoma City and had lived here since. She was the widow of John Hubatka, who served as an officer on the first police force of Oklahoma City. She was a member of the Pilgrim Congregational Church, American War Mothers Harmony Chapter 3, Gold Star Mothers of World War I, and the American Legion Auxiliary 35. She also was active in Eastern Star Nova Chapter 261. Survivors include a son, J Edward, of the home; two daughters, Mrs James Sinopoulo, 1428 NW 39, and Mrs Forrest Mouser, 2738 NW 31; and a brother, Pete Swanda, Oklahoma City.

The Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City); 7 January 1967; From the Swanda Family History Collection of Aline Svejkovsky Garrett.


Notes for Antoniette Swanda; compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, 2013; for Family Stories at pamgarrett.com.