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BRIDGES, BURROW, CLEM, FAULKENBERRY, HAMM, JOHNSON, KEETER, KYLES, MATLOCK, MITCHELL
Death Date Monday, September 27, 1965
(Death Date from tombstone) The Mountain Echo, September 10, 1965 Issue: MATLOCK Rites At Pleasant Ridge. Leonard MATLOCK, 84, died Sept. 27 at a nursing home in Hot Springs. He was born near Yellville August 5, 1881 to Smith and Margaret HAMM MATLOCK. He never married. While living here he farmed and raised stock. Later he went to Oklahoma and California, returning to Arkansas in 1952 to make his home at Hot Springs. Only survivors are nieces and nephews which include Mrs. James JOHNSON and Mrs. Dallas KYLES of Yellville. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Pleasant Ridge Church with the Rev. Rayburn Jackson officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Floyd BURROW, L. G. CLEM, Troy FAULKENBERRY, Robert MITCHELL, Walter BRIDGES and Carl KEETER. Holt-Burnes Funeral Home made local arrangements.
BURLESON, FIRESTONE, HALL, HICKEY, HORNER, KEETER, MCCRACKEN, MCVEY, OTT, PASCOE, PIERCE, SCHOOLFIELD, YARBROUGH
Death Date Wednesday, October 13, 1965
The Mountain Echo, October 21, 1965 Issue: Services Held For Accident Victim. Funeral services for George FIRESTONE, 74, were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. J. Paul Lewis. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery with Masonic graveside services. Pallbearers were J. B. OTT, Paul MCVEY, C. P. SCHOOLFIELD, G. W. OTT, Ulis BURLESON and Travis YARBROUGH. Honorary bearers were Arza HALL, G. W. HORNER, Harve KEETER, John KEETER, George HICKEY, Jack MCCRACKEN, R. KEETER, Ralph PASCOE and Walter PIERCE. Christeson Funeral Home was in charge of services. Mr. FIRESTONE, a lifetime resident of Marion County, died at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Boone County Hospital from injuries received on Oct. 8 when struck by a car while crossing Hwy. 62 at the northeast corner of the square in Yellville. He was born Sept. 18, 1891 at Yellville to H. C. and Mary (KEETER) FIRESTONE. He never married. Mr. FIRESTONE, a retired farmer, was a township committeman. He was a member of Yellville Masonic Lodge # 117, Estes-Williams Legion Post # 61, and of the Baptist Church. He was a World War I Veteran. Survivors are two brothers, Walter FIRESTONE of Shawnee, Okla., and Floyd FIRESTONE.
DISHIER, DUGGINS, JAMES, JOHNSON, JONES, MCENTIRE, MILLIGAN, OTT, SHELTON
Death Date Wednesday, January 19, 1966
Boone County Headlight, January 27, 1966 Issue: Mrs. Ada SHELTON of Yellville Dies. Mrs. Ada SHELTON, aged 78, a resident of Yellville died Wednesday, January 19, in Harrison. She was born January 6, 1886 to J. T. and Martha DUGGINS DISHIER. She was married to William H. SHELTON on January 12, 1908. He died August 25, 1958. She had been living in the Harrison rest home about a year. She was a Methodist. Survivors include a son, Orphus SHELTON of Yakima, Washington; a daughter, Mrs. Howard DISHIER of Yellville; a sister Mrs. Anna Camp of Yellville; three grandchildren, four great grandchildren. The funeral was Friday at 2 p.m. at the Pleasant Ridge Church by Rev. Rayburn Jackson and Rev. Dick Hurst with burial in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery by the Holt-Burns Funeral Service. Pallbearers were Howard MILLIGAN, Joel JAMES, Herbert OTT, Steve JONES, Woodrow JOHNSON, Onimus MCENTIRE.
GAINES, KASTNING, MCCABE, MCENTIRE, MEDLEY, OTT, SETZER, WAGGONER
Death Date Saturday, February 19, 1966
The Mountain Echo, February 24, 1966 Issue: Rites For Mrs. MEDLEY At Pleasant Ridge. Mrs. Nettie Elizabeth MEDLEY, 68, of Rush, died Feb. 19, at Marion County hospital. She had been in poor health for some time and an invalid for several months. She was born Dec. 17, 1897 at Rush, to Albert and Catherine (MCCABE) OTT and had lived her entire life in Marion County, Oct. 23, 1921 she married Lee MEDLEY, who survives. They were the parents of one daughter, Mrs. Cecil (Bessie) KASTNING of Rush. Other survivors are two grandson, Wayne Lee and Junior Kastning, Rush. She was a member of the Christian Church. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. The Rev. Eldon King and the Rev. Rayburn Jackson officiated. Pallbearers were L. G. WAGGONER, Onimus MCENTIRE, Harry GAINES, Gus SETZER, Sherman B. OTT and Lester OTT. Holt-Burns funeral home was in charge of services.
BARTLEY, BROOKSHER, HOLLIS, HURST, JAMES, JONES, KEETER, OTT, ROWE, SNIPES, WARE, WOODCOCK, WOODS
Death Date Saturday, April 30, 1966
(Death Date from Tombstone) The Mountain Echo, January 13, 1966 Issue: Rites Jan. 12 For Austin Snipes: Austin C. SNIPES, 76, died early Monday morning at Marion County Hospital where he had been a patient since Friday. Mr. SNIPES, a retired carpenter, was born at Rush March 12, 1889, a son of Joseph and Mary (HOLLIS) SNIPES. He married Mary B. JONES and later married Nola BROOKSHER. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Katherine BARTLEY, Bremerton, Wash.; a step daughter, Mrs. Jo Ella ROWE, Greenville, Texas; three sisters, Mrs. Louella WARE, Yellville; Mrs. Josie OTT, Okemah, Okla., and Mrs. Metta WOODCOCK, Marshfield, Mo.; three brothers, George SNIPES, Yakima, Wash., Homer E. SNIPES, Flippin, John SNIPES, Yellville; four grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Yellville Methodist Church with the pastor, Rev. Rayburn Jackson officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Joel JAMES, Virgil OTT, Jinks WOODS, Russell L. JAMES, Carl KEETER and Baxter HURST. Holt-Burns Funeral Home was in charge of services.
ADAMS, CAMPBELL, CRAIG, DEAN, DEARMORE, GENTRY, HAND, HURT, NEAL
Death Date Monday, May 9, 1966
The Mountain Echo, May 19, 1966 Issue: Rites Thursday For Miss HAND. Wordie Mae HAND, 66, a lifetime resident of Yellville, died May 9 at Marion County hospital. She was born Nov. 26, 1899, a daughter of John and Lillie GENTRY HAND. Survivors are a brother, Ed HAND of Dallas; three sisters, Mrs. Ruby CAMPBELL, Harrison; Mrs. Florence NEAL, Kansas City, MO.; and Mrs. Libby DEAN, Yellville. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Assembly of God church with Rev. C. C. Hodges officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe CRAIG, John HURT, Jack DEARMORE and E. B. ADAMS.
BEARDEN, BRENNAN, GAINS, HUDSPETH, KASTNING, MEDLEY, PATTERSON, SETZER, WAGGONER, WYATT
Death Date Saturday, June 11, 1966
The Mountain Echo, June 16, 1966 Issue: Services Monday For Lee MEDLEY. Sammel Lee MEDLEY, 68, of Rush, died June 11 at the Booneville State Sanatorium. He was born to Sam and Rozetta HUDSPETH MEDLEY June 17, 1898 at Rush where he had spent his entire life. He was member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Bessie KASTNING, Yellville; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie BRENNAN , Pryor, Okla., and Mrs. Beulah PATTERSON, Tulsa, Okla.; three brothers, Polk of Big Flat, and Con and Cullum, Visalia, Calif., and two grandsons. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nettie, who died Feb. 19 of this year. Funeral services were held at the Pleasant Ridge Church at 2 p.m. June 13 with burial in the Pleasant ridge cemetery, Rev. Eldon King officiated. Pallbearers were L. H. WYATT, Harry GAINS, Kirby WAGGONER, Fred BEARDEN, Gus SETZER and Olin MEDLEY. Holt-Burns Funeral Home was in charge of services.
HALL, MAXEY, MCENTIRE, OTT, PLUMMER, TREAT
Death Date Thursday, August 11, 1966
The Mountain Echo, August 11, 1966 Issue: Amos TREAT Dies At Gassville. Amos TREAT, 67, of Flippin, a retired farmer, died Sunday at Gassville. He was a native of Marion County and a lifetime resident of the area. The son of James Monroe TREAT and Rosa Ann HALL TREAT, Mr. TREAT was born at Rea Valley on Jan. 1, 1899. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include five sons, Howard of Mexico, Stanley, of Bingen, Wash., Harold, of El Monte, Calif., L. J. of Flippin, and Paul Wayne TREAT of Longview, Wash.; six grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Virgie MAXEY, Mrs. Walter PLUMMER and Mrs. Quice OTT, all of Yellville. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Pleasant Ridge with Audra Hays officiating. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery under the direction of the McClure Service of Mountain Home. Pallbearers were Edgar HALL, Orvle HALL, J. B. OTT, Herbert OTT, Arvel MAXEY and Onimus MCENTIRE.
ADAMS, AVEY, BELL, BOGLE, CRUNKLETON, DUFFEY, HUDSPETH, JAMES, KELLEY, LAYTON, MILLIGAN, OTT, PHILLIPS, SCHOOLFIELD, SIMS
Death Date Sunday, August 21, 1966
The Mountain Echo, August 25, 1966 Issue: Services Held for Mrs. Tom AVEY. Mrs. Margaret AVEY, 75, rural Yellville, died Aug. 21 at Marion County Hospital after a lingering illness. She was born Sept. 8, 1890 in Yellville, the daughter of John Henry and Elvira JAMES. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband, Tom AVEY and a son, John of the home; three other sons, Ed of Wichita, Kans., Claude of Buena Park, Calif., and William C. with the airforce in Viet Nam; three daughters, Mrs. Bernice LAYTON, Little Rock, Mrs. Ruth DUFFEY, Cowiche, Wash.; and Mrs. Faye CRUNKLETON, Springfield, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Luara ADAMS, Yellville, and four brothers, Abe JAMES, Decatur, Enos JAMES, Joplin, Mo., Aaron JAMES, Pateros, Wash., and Joel JAMES, Yellville. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Pleasant Ridge Church with burial in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Rev. John Stratton officiated. Pallbearers were Cleo SCHOOLFIELD, L. E. BELL, Jimmy Dale MILLIGAN, G. W. OTT, C. D. HUDSPETH and Marvin PHILLIPS. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. L. A. KELLEY, Tom SIMS, A. E. BOGLE, and Howard MILLIGAN. Holt Burns Funeral Home made funeral arrangements.
ADAMS, BUOY, DAVENPORT, LARUE, LYNCH, MADDOX, PURSWELL, ROBISON, SISE, SURIG, WEBB
Death Date Wednesday, February 22, 1967
The Mountain Echo, March 9, 1967 Issue: Services Held For Mrs. MADDOX At Pleasant Ridge. Kathern May MADDOX, 79, died Feb. 24 at her home on Route A, Yellville after an illness of four years. She was born May 9, 1887 at Altoona, Kans., the daughter of Elizabeth (ADAMS) and Henry SURIG Nov. 29, 1905 she married Lester P. MADDOX, who survives. Mrs. MADDOX had lived in Marion County 17 years, coming here from Bartlesville, Okla. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors are Mr. MADDOX and a son Bob of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Etoila LARUE, Bartlesville, Okla., Mrs. Wilma SISE, Covina, Calif., and Mrs. Darlene BUOY, rural Yellville; nine grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, and four great great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Feb. 27 at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Doyle Davenport officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were G. M. PURSWELL, Homer DAVENPORT, Troy WEBB, Lee DAVENPORT, U. D. LYNCH and Robert ROBISON.
BETNER, COMSTOCK, DOSHIER, FISK, HOTCHKISS, KENLEY, LEE, MARTIN, OTT, SHORT, STILL
Death Date Tuesday, April 11, 1967
The Baxter Bulletin, April 13, 1967 Issue: R. F. HOTCHKISS Marion Countian. Roswell Frederick HOTCHKISS, 69, a retired carpenter and cattleman of Marion County, died Tuesday of last week at his home near Yellville. He was a Methodist, and had resided in this area for the past 10 years. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. last Thursday at the Pleasant Ridge Church with Rev. Aubra Hays officiating. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, under the direction of the Holt-Burns Funeral Service of Yellville. Pallbearers were Guy Wayne STILL, Clyde BETNER, Ray FISK, David STILL, Virgil OTT and Howard DOSHIER. Mr. HOTCHKISS was born at Colona, Colo., on Sept. 30, 1897, the son of Url Preston HOTCHKISS and Mary Amelia MARTIN HOTCHKISS. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Athalie Helen HOTCHKISS, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Roberta COMSTOCK of Portland, Ore; a son, Burton HOTCHKISS of Los Angeles, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Medora LEE of North Hollywood, Calif., Mrs. Gladys KENLEY of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Lucy SHORT of Canon, Colo.; a brother, John HOTCHKISS of New York, and five grandchildren.
HUDSPETH, MCENTIRE, OTT, SMITH, SULLIVAN, WELBURN
Death Date Sunday, September 17, 1967
Boone County Headlight, September 21, 1967 Issue: Beatrice MCENTIRE of Route 3 Dies. Miss Beatrice MCENTIRE, aged 47, of Harrison, Route 3, died Sunday, September 17 at the Marion County Hospital. She was born August 19, 1920 at Yellville, a daughter of John and Hernander SMITH MCENTIRE. She was a member of the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church. Survivors include a brother, Onemus MCENTIRE of Yellville; a sister, Mrs. Jim SULLIVAN of Harrison, Route 3. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Mon. at the Pyatt Baptist Church by Rev. Carl Huddleston and Rev. Dick Hurst with burial in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery by Christeson Funeral Service. Pallbearers were J. B. OTT, Herbert OTT, Marvin WELBURN, G. D. HUDSPETH, Ulis MCENTIRE, Russell MCENTIRE.
CARTER, DAVENPORT, GOODALL, JAMES, KASTNING, WHITE, WORTH
Death Date Friday, October 27, 1967
The Mountain Echo, November 2, 1967 Issue: Services Held For Jesse CARTER. Jesse Charles CARTER, 27, of Summit, died Oct. 27 in Marion County Hospital. Due to a birth injury he had been a bedfast invalid all his life. Jesse Charles was born June 1, 1940 at Rush, Ark., the son of Azalene (JAMES) and Cleo C. CARTER. Survivors are his mother of Summit; his father of Fresno, Calif., a brother, Charles WORTH of Fresno, Calif., and a sister, Pauline Faith WHITE of Antioch, Calif. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Sunday in the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Dick Hurst and Rev. Stanley Farmer officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Don JAMES, Fred GOODALL, Cecil KASTNING, Jr., Jerry JAMES, Kelley GOODALL and Glen DAVENPORT.
BEARDEN, CONRAD, COSTNER, DUNGAN, FORTENBERRY, SMITHSON, SWINK
Death Date Sunday, December 31, 1967
The Baxter Bulletin, January 5, 1988 Issue: Willene BEARDEN of Rogers died Dec. 31. Services for Willene E. BEARDEN of Rogers were held Saturday at the Pleasant Ridge Church and Cemetery near Yellville. Mrs. BEARDEN died Thursday (Dec. 31, 1967). She was 64. She is survived by her husband, John E. BEARDEN of the home; one son, James Lee BEARDEN of Rogers; one daughter, Shelia W. FORTENBERRY of Mountain Home; her mother Elna SWINK of Manila; four sisters, Anita COSTNER of Manila, Sue SMITHSON and Deloris DUNGAN of Truman and Dorothy CONRAD of West Memphis; two brothers, J. I. SWINK Jr. and Van SWINK of Manila; and five grandchildren. Donations may be made to the Heart Association.
ADAMS, JAMES, OTT, PROCTOR, SEAWRIGHT, SHIRLEY
Death Date Thursday, March 28, 1968
The Mountain Echo, April 4, 1968 Issue: Services Held For Aaron JAMES. Aaron JAMES, 63, of Flippin, died March 28 at Marion County Hospital. He entered the hospital March 23. He was born at Yellville Feb. 6, 1905 to John H. and Elvira (SHIRLEY) JAMES, and had lived in this area all his life. Survivors are his wife, Opal of the home; two sons, Don Ray JAMES of York, Pa., and Glen Deen JAMES of Panama City, Fla., two daughters, Katherine SEAWRIGHT, Clarkston, Mich., and Jannalee PROCTOR, Mt. Laguna, Calif.; three brothers, Enos JAMES, Joplin, Mo., Abe JAMES, Decatur, and Joel, rural Yellville; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Pleasant Ridge Church with Rev. Eldon King officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Virgil OTT, Donald J. ADAMS, Gene JAMES, Gary JAMES, Hammond JAMES and Russell Lee JAMES.
Death Date Monday, September 23, 1968
The Mountain Echo, September 26, 1968 Issue: Roy SMITH Died Monday. Roy SMITH, 78, of Yellville, died in the Marion County Hospital Monday morning at 6:30. Little is known of his early life. He was born in southwest Iowa July 11, 1890 and came to Yellville in 1943 where he operated a pool hall for a time. He married Margaret Ellen HOWELL at Harrison Sept. 24, 1947 and she is the sole survivor. Graveside services were held at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
BLANKENSHIP, BRITTS, CARSON, DEWEY, DOSHIER, DOTY, HORN, IVES, JEFFERSON, MELTON, NARRIMORE, OTT, REED, RICE, SMITH, STUBBS, TUCKER
Death Date Tuesday, October 15, 1968
The Mountain Echo, October 24, 1968 Issue: Services Oct. 17 For Ernie MELTON. Ernie Grayden MELTON, 69, a lifetime resident of Yellville, died Oct. 15 at Marion County hospital. He was born Oct. 24, 1898 at Yellville, the son of John and Fannie REED MELTON. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Biffel Lucille CARSON MELTON of the home; a son Eugene of Poplar Bluff, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Bonnie SMITH of Cotter and Mrs. Juanita DOTY of Cassville, Mo., three sisters, Mrs. Addie STUBBS, Mrs. Violet TUCKER and Mrs. Edith DOSHIER, all of Yellville; nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 at the Pleasant Ridge Church with burial in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Frank NARRIMORE, Eben IVES, Buck BLANKENSHIP, Bob DEWEY, Ned STUBBS and Verl DOSHIER. Honorary pallbearers were Irvin HORN, Leonard RICE, Garland OTT, Charles OTT, Jewell BRITTS, Guy JEFFERSON and Floyd DOSHIER.
COWAN, GUNDRAM, LYON, MAXEY, OTT, PLUMMER, TREAT, WADLEY
Death Date Friday, December 20, 1968
Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 26 Dec 1968, pg 8 Rites Sunday For Mrs. PLUMMER Mrs. Arizona TREAT PLUMMER, 71, died Friday, Dec. 20, in the Marion County Hospital. She was born April 10, 1897 at Rea Valley, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. TREAT. Survivors are her husband, Walter F. PLUMMER; a son, Walter F. PLUMMER, Jr. of West Monroe, La.; two daughters, Mrs. Joe WADLEY of Little Rock, and Mrs. Don GUNDRAM of Swedborg, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Quince OTT and Mrs. Virgie MAXEY, both of Yellville, and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Dec. 22 at the Pleasant Ridge Church with Bro. John LYON officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Lester OTT, Abe COWAN, Garland OTT, Herbert OTT, J. B. OTT and Onimus McINTIRE. [:
ANDERSON, BALDRIDGE, CALLAHAN, HALL, HALLOWELL, HICKEY, HOLLOWELL, HORN, JONES, KIDWELL, LYON, MEARS, PANGLE, POWERS, ROLAND, TILLEY, WAGGONER, WHITTEN, WITTER
Death Date Tuesday, January 7, 1969
Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 16 Jan 1969, pg 8 Rites Friday for W. D. 'Doc' HALL Funeral services for Wilburn D. "Doc" HALL were held at 10 a.m. Jan. 10 at the Main Street Church of Christ with the pastor, John LYON, and Edward E. POWERS, pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were James HALL, Cecil MEARS, Kenneth Earl HALL, Hollis HALL, L. G. WAGGONER and Miles PANGLE. Honorary pallbearers were Kirby WAGGONER, Irvin HORN, Robert JONES, George HICKEY, Jerry JONES, Bob MEARS and John KIDWELL. Mr. HALL died Jan. 7 at the Marion County Hospital where he had been a patient a week. He was born April 29, 1900 in Marion County, the son of Tom and Martha (TILLEY) HALL and had lived here all his life. He was 68 years old. Survivors are his wife, Lillian M.; a son, Verl of Roseville, CA; two daughters, Mrs. Doyne CALLAHAN, Wichita, KS, and Mrs. Eddie BALDRIDGE, Yellville; four brothers, Alfred, Everett and Edgar of Yellville, and Edward of Summit; four sisters, Mrs. Derisha HALLOWELL [sic, should say Derusha HOLLOWELL], Granger, WA, Mrs. Drucilla WITTER [sic, should say WHITTEN], Monett, Mrs. Lunda ANDERSON, Piggott, and Mrs. Savannah ROLAND, Peoria, IL, 13 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Mr. HALL was a member of the Church of Christ.
Death Date Thursday, March 6, 1969
The Mountain Echo, March 13, 1969 Issue: Ralph PASCOE Is Dead. Ralph G. PASCOE, 71, died March 6 at Marion County Hospital where he had been a patient only a few days. He was a retired state forestry service towerman. Mr. PASCOE was born at Oakland April 29, 1897 to Alford and Delia (MURRY) PASCOE. He was a member of Yellville Lodge No. 117 F&AM. Survivors are his wife, Ethel E. (NANNY) PASCOE, and a brother, L. A. PASCOE, Tahlequah, Okla. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Yellville Baptist Church with Bro. Dick Hurst and Bro. John Stratton officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery with graveside Masonic services. Pallbearers were Charles ALLEN, Tommy MORROW, Jim MILLIGAN, Leo AVEY, Bobby Joe OTT and John KIDWELL. Honorary pallbearers were Woodrow MCCLAIN, Velmer CATEN, Floyd ANDERSON, Hilary JONES, George YOUNG, W. A. BROWNING, O. B. COCKRILL, Robert MITCHELL, Howard DOSHIER, George HORNER, Lawrence BELL, Carl KEETER, Dr. L. A. KELLEY, Jewell JAMES, Dutch BIRRER, Floyd BURROW, Walter BURROW.
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