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COWAN, ELLICENT, HALL, JONES, KEITH, LYON, OTT, ROBISON, SANDERS, SCOTT, SEATON, TILLEY, TREAT Death Date Sunday, April 20, 1969
Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 24 Apr 1969, pg 8 Services Held for Felix M. JONES Felix Monroe JONES, 84, died April 20 at the Marion County hospital. He was a retired carpenter. Mr. JONES, a lifetime resident of Marion County, moved from the Cowan Barren community to Flippin a few years ago. He was born April 15, 1885 in Marion Couty to Laufette [sic] and Martha ELLICENT JONES. Survivors are five daughters, Mrs. Beulah TILLEY, Flippin, Mrs. Eula OTT, Mrs. Obeda COWAN, and Mrs. Anna SCOTT, all of Yellville, and Mrs. Florence KEITH, Springfield, Mo.; 10 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. April 22 at the Main Street Church of Christ in Yellville, with the minister, John R. LYON officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Doyne SEATON, Charles ROBISON, Karel SANDERS, Herbert OTT, J. B. OTT and Clarence HALL. [Felix M. JONES was married to Perlina E TREAT, daughter of James Monroe TREAT and Hannah Rosa HALL. Information regarding Perlina's date and place of death is needed.]

BEARDEN, HALL, HUDSPETH, JONES, KASTNING, MORROW, OTT, PICKEL, WAGONER Death Date Friday, August 1, 1969
(Death Date does not include a day) August 1969 Obituary (Newspaper Source Unknown): Walter W. BEARDEN Dies at Age of 81. Funeral services were conducted yesterday at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Marion County for Walter W. BEARDEN, 81, of Yellville. Mr. BEARDEN, a farmer and a lifetime resident of Marion County, died at a Yellville hospital last Sunday. The son of N. J. BEARDEN and Margaret HUDSPETH BEARDEN, he was born at Yellville on Jan. 26, 1888. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Della OTT BEARDEN of Yellville; a son, Fred, or Flippin; three daughters, Mrs. Ethel HALL and Mrs. Rosemary JONES of Yellville and Mrs. Lou PICKEL of Grandview, Wash.; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Officiating minister for the Wednesday service was Rev. R. E. L. Bearden Jr. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, under the direction of the Holt-Burns Funeral Service of Yellville. Pallbearers were Hubert OTT, Virgil OTT, Burl OTT, Troy OTT, Jewell MORROW and Glenn MORROW. Honorary pallbearers were L. G. WAGONER, Kirby WAGONER, Robert JONES, Jerry JONES, Cecil KASTNING, Edgar HALL, Sherman OTT and Fred OTT.

ALLEN, BURROW, CAMP, CHEEK, DUNBAR, HILL, JOHNSON, KYLES, MATLOCK, MCCOY, MELTON, MILLER, MITCHELL, THOMPSON Death Date Tuesday, August 5, 1969
The Mountain Echo, August 14, 1969 Issue: MATLOCK Rites Held Thursday. Mrs. Bessie MATLOCK, 81, Yellville, died Aug. 5 at Marion County Hospital. She was born Aug. 23, 1887 in Marion County to Mel and Susan (THOMPSON) CHEEK. Married to Jess (Jack) MATLOCK Nov. 1, 1905, to this union were born eight daughters, Mrs. Ruby CAMP, Bristow, Okla.; Mrs. Ruth MILLER, Mrs. Joy MCCOY and Mrs. Fay HILL, Hot Springs; Mrs. Wilma KYLES and Mrs. Wanda JOHNSON, Yellville; and Mrs. Jessie DUNBAR, Dallas, Texas, Floetta died in infancy. Thirteen grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Aug. 7 at Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Rev. Aubra Hays officiating. Pallbearers were Floyd BURROW, Woodrow JOHNSON, Doyne MELTON, Hobert ALLEN, Melvin and Robert MITCHELL. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.

ADAMS, ALLEN, BENTON, BROWN, CLARK, COCKRILL, DAVENPORT, DOSHIER, FISK, FITZPATRICK, HUDSPETH, JEFFERSON, KASTNING, MATLOCK, MOREAU, MORROW, PILGROM, PLY, RORIE, TREAT, TRENTHAM, WAGONER Death Date Thursday, October 2, 1969
The Baxter Bulletin, October 9, 1969 Issue: Willie FISK, 78, Victim of Mishap. Funeral services for Willie FISK, 78, a farmer of near Yellville who was killed in a tractor accident last Thursday, were conducted Sunday at the Pleasant Ridge Church with Rev. Dick Hurst officiating. Mr. FISK, native and lifetime resident of Marion County, was born on October 15, 1890, the son of Bill FISK and O'Mandy CLARK FISK. He resided at Kingdom Springs before moving to the Yellville area. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Millie PILGROM FISK of the home; three sons, Russell of Washington, D. C., Brown of North Little Rock and Ray of Yellville; two daughters, Mrs. Bernice PLY and Mrs. Bertha Faye RORIE, both of Flippin; two brothers, Boss and Bebo FISK, both of Commerce, Okla; four sisters, Mrs. Beulah ADAMS of Arizona, Mrs. Cena BROWN of Yellville, Mrs. Lois MATLOCK of Morrilton and Mrs. Marie TRENTHAM of Newport; 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of the Holt-Burns Funeral Service. Pallbearers were Tommy MORROW; Ray BENTON, Ward DAVENPORT, Junior KASTNING, L. G. WAGONER and Vernon MOREAU. Honorary pallbearers were Howard DOSHIER, Harry MORROW, Shelby TREAT, Roscoe JEFFERSON, G. D. HUDSPETH, Hobert ALLEN, Jack FITZPATRICK and O. B. COCKRILL.

DAVENPORT, FISK, HAWKINS, HURST, LINCK, MARTIN, OSBURN, TAYLOR Death Date Monday, October 27, 1969
The Mountain Echo, November 6, 1969 Issue: Services Held For Mrs. Don OSBURN. Billie Ruth OSBURN, 27, of Ozark, died Oct. 27 at Sparks Memorial Hospital in Fort Smith. Mrs. OSBURN was born Oct. 21, 1942 to Coy A. and Lena (FISK) MARTIN at Harrison. Survivors are her husband, Don OSBURN, and a daughter, Connie Jean OSBURN, both of Ozark; her father and step-mother, Coy and Mary MARTIN of Flippin, and grandmothers, Mrs. Laura MARTIN, Flippin, and Mrs. Millie FISK, Yellville. She was a member of the Mulberry Full Gospel Church. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 at the Flippin Baptist Church with Rev. Howard King and Rev. Wayne Shaw officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill LINCK, Ike LINCK, Bob TAYLOR, Lealon HURST, Ulis DAVENPORT and Doug HAWKINS.

ALLEN, BURNS, CANTRELL, COOK, DIX, DOSHIER, DUEY, JOHNSON, PATTERSON, SULLIVAN, WATTS Death Date Sunday, January 11, 1970
Boone County Headlight, January 15, 1970 Issue: Thedford Carl SULLIVAN Dies in Kansas. Thedford Carl SULLIVAN, age 59, an operations engineer with the General Services Administration died in a Veterans Hospital in Kansas City, Sunday, January 11. He was born in Calico Rock, December 8, 1919, son of T. W. and Deila CANTRELL SULLIVAN. A prior resident of Cotter, he had been a resident of Kansas City for 30 years. He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of King Hiram Masonic Lodge of Cotter. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Maureen SULLIVAN of Kansas City; a son, Michael SULLIVAN of the home; three sisters, Zelma DUEY of Branson, Mo., Beatrice DIX of Little Rock, and Audra COOK of El Dorado, Ark. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at the Yellville Methodist Church by Rev. Aubrey Hayes with burial in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers included Harold DOSHIER, Lester BURNS, Phillip PATTERSON, Bill ALLEN, Cecil WATTS and James JOHNSON.

BILLUPS, GOODMAN, HUDSPETH, WESTERFIELD Death Date Saturday, May 30, 1970
The Mountain Echo, June 4, 1970 Issue: Rites Held For 3 Year Old Irl WESTERFIELD. Irl Aidyl WESTERFIELD, 3, died May 30 at the Marion County Hospital. He was born June 2, 1966 at Loveland, Colo., to Earl and Wilma (GOODMAN) WESTERFIELD. He came with his parents to Marion County 2 months ago from Colorado. Besides his parents, Irl is survived by five brothers and one sister, Leanord, Aurthur, Bobby, Lrae, Ira and Carolyn. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with the pastor, Rev. Aubra Hays officiating. Pallbearers were G. D. HUDSPETH and Frank BILLUPS. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.

BURROW, CALLAHAN, GILLEY, HALL, JOHNSON, MELTON, MORROW, SCHOOLFIELD Death Date Tuesday, September 29, 1970
The Mountain Echo, October 1, 1970 Issue: Frank MELTON Service Today. Henry Frank MELTON, rural Yellville, died Tuesday night, Sept. 29 at the Boone County Hospital at Harrison. MELTON, a retired farmer, was born Dec. 6, 1882 at Yellville, the son of Eliasha and Isabelle (GILLEY) MELTON. He had spent his lifetime in Marion County. Mrs. MELTON, the former Minnie CALLAHAN, preceded him in death in 1960. Survivors are three sons, Omer and Doyne MELTON, Yellville, and Ebb MELTON, Springdale; three daughters, Mrs. Erma MORROW, Yakima, Wash., Mrs. Verna MORROW, Harrison, and Mrs. Lois BURROW, Yellville; 17 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1 at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Rev. Aubra Hays officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Rex MORROW, Ray MORROW, Joe MELTON, Carl BURROW, Junior MELTON and James MELTON. Honorary pallbearers will be Woodrow JOHNSON, Walter BURROW, Fred BURROW, Cleo SCHOOLFIELD, Vern HALL and Howard MORROW.

DOWDING, MAJORS, MCMULLEN, REED Death Date Friday, October 9, 1970
The Mountain Echo, October 15, 1970 Issue: REED Rites At Pleasant Ridge. Margaret May REED, 90, a resident of the Twin Lakes Rest Home, died Oct. 9, at the Baxter General Hospital at Mountain Home. She was born Feb. 23, 1880 in Cherokee County, Iowa, to Jacob E. and Margaret (MCMULLEN) DOWDING. Mrs. REED had lived in Marion County 15 years and had been at the rest home only a short time. A son, Don MAJORS of Leon, Kansas, survives. Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. Oct. 12 at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Rev. C. C. Hodges officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.

ADAMS, DOSHIER, SUMMERS, TREAT, YOUNG Death Date Friday, October 23, 1970
The Mountain Echo, October 29, 1970 Issue: Rites Monday For Mrs. Lyda DOSHIER. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Monday, Oct. 26 for Mrs. Harve DOSHIER at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Aubra Hays and Rev. Edward Powers officiating. A quartet composed of Mrs. Vernon Parker, Cecil Pierce, Karl King and Ewell Doshier sang "Beyond the Sunset" and "Near To The Heart of God." They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Opal Layton. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons, John DOSHIER, Bob DOSHIER, Bill TREAT, Dale DOSHIER, Kenneth DOSHIER and Gary TREAT. Mrs. DOSHIER died early the morning of Oct. 23 at the home. She had been in poor health, but death was unexpected. Lyda SUMMERS was born April 3, 1891 at Yellville, daughter of Jefferson D. and Tobitha (ADAMS) SUMMERS. She had lived all her life in Marion County. She was a member of the Methodist Church. She was married to Harve DOSHIER Aug. 25, 1909. Survivors are her husband, Harve of the home; six sons, Harold R. of Yellville; Doyne, Bill and Clyde, all of Wichita, Kans.; Altus (Shorty), Flint, Mich.; and Charles of Tulelake, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Frank (Mildred) YOUNG, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Jewell (Gladys) TREAT, Sheridan, Ark.; a brother, William C. SUMMERS of Yakima, Wash.; 18 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

ADAMS, AVEY, CLARK, COATS, JACKSON, JEFFERSON, LOGAN, MOREAU, PACE, TREAT, WILSON Death Date Monday, November 16, 1970
The Mountain Echo, November 19, 1970 Issue: Ben F. CLARK Rites Held Nov. 18. Ben F. CLARK, 75, a resident of Marion County 18 years, died at Marion County Hospital Nov. 16. He was a retired farmer. CLARK was born Nov. 22, 1894 at Merkel, Texas, the son of H. D. and Mary Elizabeth (JACKSON) CLARK. Survivors are his wife Wilmoth COATS CLARK of the home on Rt. C., Yellville; a son, Carvel CLARK, Irving, Texas; a daughter Mildred LOGAN of Wichita, Kansas; a brother, J. H. CLARK, Merkel, Texas; two sisters, Carrie WILSON and Bertie COATS, both of Abilene, Texas; seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Nov. 18 at the Yellville Methodist Church. The Rev. Aubra Hays and the Rev. Wm. E. Browning officiated. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Leo AVEY, Ewell ADAMS, Vernon MOREAU, Roscoe JEFFERSON, Shelby TREAT and Jack PACE.

CAMPBELL, CARROL, JAMES, KELLEY, LAFFOON, LANGSTON, MANHART, OTT, PADEN, PARNELL, ROBISON, WEBB Death Date Thursday, April 1, 1971
(This obit does not include a day and the tombstone only lists year) The Baxter Bulletin, an April 1971 Issue: Vera JAMES, 52 died in Texas. Mrs. Vera Pauline JAMES, 52, of Yellville, wife of Howard Emanuel JAMES, died Sunday at Houston, Tex. The daughter of William PARNELL and Ida OTT PARNELL, Mrs. JAMES was born July 18, 1918, at Rea Valley and was a lifetime resident of Marion County. She was a member of the Church of Christ at Caney. In addition to her husband, of Yellville, survivors include two sons, Donald Howard JAMES of Yellville and Jerry Lee JAMES of Green Forest; her mother, Mrs. Ida PARNELL, and a brother, Harvey PARNELL, both of Flippin; two sisters, Mrs. Thelma CARROL of Flippin and Mrs. Mary CAMPBELL of Alamogordo, N. M.; and two grandchildren. Services were conducted yesterday at the Pleasant Ridge Church by Eldon King. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, under the direction of the Holt-Burns Funeral Service of Yellville. Pallbearers were Robert ROBISON, Hub OTT, Hugh PARNELL, Othal LANGSTON, Troy WEBB and Howard OTT. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. L. A. KELLEY, Lewis MANHART, Robert PADEN, Ware LAFFOON, Charlie OTT and Hammond JAMES.

GRAHAM, HICKS, SNAWDER Death Date Thursday, June 3, 1971
The Mountain Echo, June 10, 1971 Issue: Car Forced Off Road, Woman Dies. A local resident, Mrs. Jeanette HICKS, 28, was killed last Thursday afternoon when the 1967 Dodge Dart she was driving was forced off the road by an oncoming vehicle. The accident occurred at 2:43 p.m. about two miles south of Yellville on highway 14. The Hicks live just beyond James Hill on south 14 and she was on her way to work at Baxter Lab in Mountain Home. Trooper Bill Carver said Mrs. HICKS' car went off the road on the east side and traveled 167 feet along the ditchline before coming back on the road, where it skidded along out of control for a distance of 96 feet on the road and out into the field on the east side, turning over at least one and one-half times after leaving the road. The vehicle came to rest on its top. A Marion County ambulance took Mrs. HICKS to the local hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival. A second car was traveling south on highway 14 behind the one which forced Mrs. HICKS' car off the road and the driver was able to give officers a good description of it. [Also in the same issue] Services Held June 7 For Mrs. Jeanette HICKS. Funeral services were conducted Monday morning at the First Baptist Church in Yellville for Mrs. Jeanette Carolyn HICKS, 28. The Rev. Edward Powers and the Rev. Dick Hurst officiated. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. The daughter of Charles Clayton GRAHAM and Ida Mae SNAWDER GRAHAM, Mrs. HICKS was born Jan. 29, 1943, at Louisville, Ky., and had resided in Marion County for two years. She was married to Kenneth D. HICKS on June 12, 1962, and they were the parents of four children. She was employed at Baxter Laboratories in Mountain Home, and was a member of the Yellville First Baptist Church and a former member of the Berean Baptist Church of Houston, Texas. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth, and four children, Stephen Douglas, Brian Keith, Cynthia Lynn and Karen Lee, all of the home; three brothers, Robert Charles GRAHAM and Raymond GRAHAM, both of Louisville, Ky., and Donald GRAHAM, with the U. S. Air Force.

BURROW, CALLANHAN, DAVENPORT, FIRESTONE, GOODALL, JOHNSON, KEETER, MITCHELL, MORROW, PHILLIPS, WALKER, WILLIAMS, YARBROUGH Death Date Monday, August 2, 1971
The Mountain Echo, August 12, 1971 Issue: KEETER Services Held At Pleasant Ridge. John L. KEETER, 86 of Vallejo, Calif., died at Vallejo Aug. 2. He was born at Yellville Feb. 6, 1885, the son of Will and Mary Jane (CALLANHAN) KEETER. He was married to Vena PHILLIPS and spent 84 years of his life here in the vicinity of Yellville farming for a living. The last two years of his life, he and his wife spent in California near his sons. He is survived by his wife, Vena of Vallejo, Calif.; two sons, Clyde and Wallace KEETER of Vallejo; four sisters, Mrs. Duffey FIRESTONE of Enid, Okla., Mrs. John WILLIAMS, Mrs. Margie DAVENPORT and Mrs. Virgil YARBROUGH of Yellville; and two grandchildren. He was a member of the New Hope Baptist Church. Funeral services were held at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church at 10 a. m. Aug. 7, with the Rev. Edward Powers and the Rev. Dale Barnett officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Woodrow JOHNSON, Walter BURROW, Harry MORROW, Howard GOODALL, Carl WALKER and Melvin MITCHELL.

CARSON, HINKLE, REID Death Date Wednesday, September 1, 1971
The Mountain Echo, September 9, 1971 Issue: CARSON Rites At Pleasant Ridge. Funeral services were held Sept. 4 for James Ethridge (Eddie) CARSON at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. The service was conducted by his nephew, Ed HINKLE of Ft. Worth, Texas. CARSON, the son of the late Pet and Ollie (REID) CARSON, was born in Yellville in 1913 and had lived in San Francisco the past 20 years where he died on Aug. 31 of a heart attack. He is survived by two sister and four brothers, all of North Little Rock.

CALLAHAN, CARSON, HALL, JAMES, MCENTIRE, SMITH, VICKS, WAGONER, WILLIAMS Death Date Tuesday, January 11, 1972
The Mountain Echo, January 20, 1972 Issue: CALLAHAN Rites At Pleasant Ridge. Doyne CALLAHAN, 57, Wichita, Kansas died at Wichita on Jan. 11, where he had lived for 13 years. He was born in Yellville Dec. 6, 1914, the son of Harvey C. and Virginia (CARSON) CALLAHAN. He married Abbie Jane HALL Dec. 24, 1946. Survivors are his wife of the home, four daughters, Mrs. Curtis VICKS and Mrs. Larry JAMES, both of Biloxi, Miss., and Sharon and Diane CALLAHAN of the home; two sons, Joe and Harvey CALLAHAN of the home; one brother, Jim CALLAHAN of San Antonio, Texas, two sisters, Mrs. Beulah WILLIAMS and Mrs. Ruby SMITH, Wichita, Kans., and two granddaughters. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Jan 13 at the Pleasant Ridge Church with the Rev. Edward Powers officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Pallbearers were Edgar HALL, Alfred HALL, Onimus MCENTIRE, Thurman CALLAHAN, Larry CALLAHAN and L. G. WAGONER.

BIRRIER, BOWERS, BURROW, DOSHIER, HALL, HAMES, HODGE, JOHNSON, JONES, MELTON, MITCHELL, OTT, REA, YOUNG Death Date Thursday, January 13, 1972
The Mountain Echo, January 20, 1972 Issue: Ollie YOUNG Services, Jan. 15. Mrs. Ollie YOUNG, 84, of Rt. F, Yellville, died at the Marion County Hospital Jan. 13. She was born Dec. 27, 1887 at Yellville to Frank and Alice (BOWERS) BURROW. She had lived in Marion County all her life. Survivors include four brothers, Graden BURROW of Yakima, Wash., Floyd, Mason and Walter BURROW, all of Yellville; and one sister, Mrs. Elvie DOSHIER, of Yellville. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 15 at the Pleasant Ridge Church with the Rev. Jim Hestwood officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Melvin MITCHELL, Robert MITCHELL, Woodrow JOHNSON, Doyne MELTON, Steve JONES and Kenneth HODGE. Honorary pallbearers were Arza HALL, Dutch BIRRIER, Bryan REA, Lester OTT and George HAMES.

BROWNING, GLASS, GLOVER, KEETER, LYNN, MCENTIRE, ROBINSON, SELF, SWANSON, WAGNER, WEIGLEY Death Date Friday, February 18, 1972
The Mountain Echo, February 24, 1972 Issue: Willis SELF Rites Held Sunday. Willis Benton SELF, 80, of Yellville, died in the Marion County Hospital Feb. 18. He was born in Wallace, Texas, Oct. 8, 1891, the son of Eugene C. and Elmyra (ROBINSON) SELF. He was a retired railroader and had lived in Marion County three years. He formerly lived in Little Rock. Survivors include two brothers, Frank SELF of Yellville, and Bryon SELF of Los Angeles, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Vina WAGNER of Sioux City, Iowa, Mrs. Bessie WEIGLEY, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Ola LYNN of Kansas City, Mo. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20 at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Bro. Lee Bowers officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wm. E. BROWNING, Ralph GLOVER, Oscar MCENTIRE, O. L. SWANSON, George GLASS and Carl KEETER. Mr. Self was a World War I veteran.

ALLEN, BIRRER, BURROW, CARSON, CODTMAN, DOTSON, GARRETT, GLASSMILLER, HALL, HORNER, JONES, MCENTIRE, MITCHELL, PILLAR Death Date Monday, February 28, 1972
The Mountain Echo, March 16, 1972 Issue: Services Held For Wayland BIRRER. Wayland BIRRER, 63, died at his home in Port Angeles, Wash., Feb. 28. He was born in Valley Center, Kans., April 23, 1908, the son of Charlie T. and Augusta (CODTMAN) BIRRER. He owned a small business machine company. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Mary GLASSMILLER of Eugene, Ore.; two sons, Calvin of Indiana and Ross of Federal Way, Wash.; four brothers, A. W. BIRRER and Earthel BIRRER, Yellville, Edwin and Leon BIRRER, Visalia, Calif., and Roy BIRRER of Little River, Ore.; one sister, Lorena DOTSON, Tulsa, Okla., and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. March 4 at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Bro. Hammond James officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Johnny CARSON, Johnny BIRRER, Hollis HALL, Fred BURROW, Dan GARRETT and Steve JONES. Honorary pallbearers were George HORNER, Roy H. PILLAR, Hobert ALLEN, Merrit MITCHELL, Onimus MCENTIRE and Bert MITCHELL.

BURRIS, CASTEEL, DILLARD, LOFTIS, PLY, SEATON, SETZER, WOOD Death Date Wednesday, March 15, 1972
The Baxter Bulletin, March 23, 1972 Issue: Sharla SETZER of Summit died Thursday. Sharla Rose SETZER, nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam SETZER of Summit, died last Thursday at the University of Arkansas Medical Center in Little Rock. A student at the Marion County Day Care Center at Yellville, Sharla Rose was born at Yellville on February 20, 19673, and was a lifetime resident of Marion County. She is survived by her parents, Sam and Vivian BURRIS SETZER, and a brother, Johnny, of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Linda CASTEEL of Summit, Brenda and Paula SETZER of the home; and her great-grandmother, Mrs. Ferba SEATON of Rogers. Services were conducted Monday at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Rev. Ware Laffoon and Rev. Jack O'Neal officiating. Interment was in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery under the direction of the Holt-Burns Funeral Service. Pallbearers were Kenneth PLY, Dorman LOFTIS, L. B. WOOD and Paul R. DILLARD.


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