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Mostly obits January 1949 Bowie News

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The Bowie News
Bowie, Montague County, Texas

Friday, January 7, 1949

Mrs. Harry Karlsberg
A large crowd composed of people of many different religious affiliations gathered at the First Baptist Church to pay their respects to Mrs. KARLSBERG, one of most useful and friendly residents Bowie ever had. The Baptist pastor, Rev. G. B. BRADSHAW and the Presbyterian pastor, Dr. T. C. VINSON, sat by the representative of the Jewish faith, PAUL GOLDSTUCKER of Wichita Falls, to pay last tribute to a great Jewish lady who came to Bowie 45 years ago as a bride and who, with her husband, cast lot in the young town where, through real friendliness, neighborly helpfulness, and civic usefulness, grew herself into the hearts and affections of hundreds who knew her. Mrs. Karlsberg was the victim of a tragic accident in her home on East Tarrant St. For hours she had busied herself calling dozens of people on the telephone to wish them New Year happiness, …her dress became ignited…went into the bathroom for wet towels to extinguish the dress… called her nephew, LESLIE LEVY, at the Perkins-Timberlake Store that she had been burned and for him to bring medicine to treat the burns. When he arrived, he called a doctor who rushed her to the hospital where she passed away Sunday morning… Mr. Coldstucker of the Jewish congregation in Wichita Falls she frequently worshipped conducted the funeral service. Rev. Bradshaw paid a glowing tribute to her. Dr. Vinson described how important she had been to the community. … Although she had no children of her own, she took into her home orphaned children of two families of relatives and reared them. The Baptist church was used since the Jewish people do not have a temple in Bowie. … Burial was in Rosemont cemetery in Wichita Falls by her husband, directed by the Burgess funeral home. Mrs. Karlsberg was born in Liberty, Mississippi. Her home in Bowie since 1903 when she came as the bride of HENRY KARLSBERG. Mr. Karlsberg was the manager of S. DAUBE & Co. Dry Goods Store established in 1883, one of the largest and oldest stores in this part of Texas for many years… A graduate of the Brookhaven School for Girls of Mississippi, Mrs. Karlsberg taught music both here and in Little Rock, well known in music circles. … Since the death of her husband in 1931, she continued to make her home here with her nephew, LESLIE LEVY, who had made his home with his aunt since a child and now manager of the Perkins-Timberlake store. Mrs. Karlsberg raised a niece, three nephews, four great-nieces and a great-nephew. Survivors include two nephews, LESLIE LEVY of Bowie and ROY LEVY of Little Rock, Arkansas., and a niece, Mrs. ROZELLE MIVELAZ of Dallas, several other nieces, nephews, great-nephews and great-nieces. Pallbearers: DONALD MANN, PAUL DONALD, PRENTICE EVANS, ERNEST BENSON, AARON MILLER and E. W. DALEY. Among out of town relatives were Mrs. ROZELLE MIVELAZ, Misses CHARLOTTE, KATHERINE, and MARIE MIVELAZ, and FRANK MIVELAZ all of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. ROY LEVY of Little Rock, Ark.

Dr. E. W. Wright
Hundreds of friends and neighbors attended the funeral services Thursday for Dr. ELBERT W. WRIGHT, age 61, prominent physician and surgeon, who died suddenly at his home Monday night. The services were conducted at the First Methodist Church where he had been active and formerly served as chairman of the board of stewards. The service was conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. C. MANN, assisted by a former pastor, Rev. KIRK BEARD. Interment in the Elmwood cemetery directed by Burgess funeral home. … His wife and a brother, LESTER WRIGHT, who lives in central Texas, are the only survivors.

Rock Springs by Mrs. S. F. MIDDLETON
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. CLARK had as visitors Sunday their children, Mr. and Mrs. WILL HODGES of Prairie Valley and Mr. and Mrs. SENIOR CLARK and their children.
Mr. and Mrs. BRUCE POE of Los Angeles, California, returned home after a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MILLS and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. WHITAKER are visiting their children at Electra.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. MIDDLETON, ORVILLE and RETA were dinner guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. MIDDLETON of Bowie and attended the funeral services for Mr. A. C. BALDWIN at Sunset.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MILLS and Mr. and Mrs. BRUCE POE visited Mr. and Mrs. EARL MILLS and baby at Wichita Falls.
Miss PEGGY CLARK spent the holidays with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. ROWE, and Mr. and Mrs. ERNEST WILSON.
Mrs. W. B. CLARK and Mrs. S. F. MIDDLETON visited Miss HANNAH KIRBY and Mr. and Mrs. JOE PIPPIN of Love Prairie. Miss Kirby became ill and was taken to the hospital at Wichita Falls.
ORVILLE MIDDLETON was in Bowie Saturday.
Mrs. BILLY JOE MILLS and baby of California visited Mr. and Mrs. EDD MILLS and family.
Mrs. SENTER HENRY and Mrs. KENT STEWART of Healdton, Okla., visited the E. L. MILLS home.

Mr. and Mrs. LLOYD TUCKER, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. SLAUGHTER Jr., Mr. and Mrs. BILL KING and daughter TRUDY spent Christmas holidays at Burkburnett with Mrs. Tucker’s sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. MELTON.

Golden Wedding Anniversary with photo
Mr. and Mrs. HUGH OVERSTREET, prominent couple of Bowie, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Wednesday of last week when their children, other relatives, and friends gathered at the Overstreet home, 106 West Wise St. with large baskets of prepared food for an anniversary dinner. The children: Mr and Mrs. Bob Overstreet of Crockett and their son J. R.; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. HOLLOWAY, Mr. and Mrs. FRED OVERSTREET and son BOBBY, Mrs. W. E. DEARIN all of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. HALL and children BILLIE and CAROLYN of Childress; Mr. and Mrs. PAUL LEACH; grandchildren, RONNIE and PAULINE LEACH, and Mrs. BILL COUCH of For Worth. Nieces and nephews present included Mr. and Mrs. IKE PARKS, Mr. and Mrs. GAYLE BRADLEY, Mr. and Mrs. BOB WHITE, CLAUDE MARTIN, a brother-in-law, and others.
Hugh Overstreet’s father moved to Montague County in 1884 and traded five cows, calves, a wagon and a team for a tract of 1857 acres at Salona, the same tract on which was drilled, a few days, a discovery oil well, that is attracting attention in this section. Mrs. Overstreet was ZONA STOUT, her family having been neighbors who owned the adjoining farm. They became sweethearts while attending the old Pleasant Hill school. Her father was the late R. C. STOUT, a pioneer, well known citizen of the county. Overstreet farmed several years, then was elected county tax collector and served four years. Later he was named cashier of the First State Bank at Sunset. In 1922 he became the first vice-president of the First National Bank in Bowie, which he held until 1926. Then he became connected with the Traders Cotton Seed Oil Mill Co. of Fort Worth and still represents the company in north Texas and Oklahoma.

Stoneburg News by GEORGIANA ROLAND
Rev. NEAL JONES of Dallas was the visiting minister at the Stoneburg Baptist church, filling in for Rev. DWIGHT BAKER, who visited his father at Tipton, Okla.
SHIRRELL ROLAND returned from Del Rio where he spent Christmas holidays with his uncle WILL BROWN and other relatives. He combined two pleasures, visiting relatives and hunting deer. He returned with two very fine deer, one with a 13-point.
Misses DOROTHY GENE and NORMA GENE HEATH, students at Denton, spent the holidays with their parents Mr. and Mrs. NORMAN HEATH.
Mr. and Mrs. BUD CLARK of Bowie visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. MILLER.
Mr. and Mrs. FLOYD WATERS of McCamey visited Mr. and Mrs. WALTER GEE.
Miss Georgiana Roland visited friends at Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. RAYMOND BERRY of Grand Prairie visited Miss GRACE YOWELL, who has been ill.
DAN WINNINGHAM visited his friend DON TOMLINSON.
Mrs. ELLA COWDEN of Fort Worth visited her sister Mr. and Mrs. JOE THREADGILL.
Mr. and Mrs. PATCH KENNEDY visited relatives at Wichita Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. WILLIE LYONS of Bowie visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. ALEX LYONS and Mrs. NIX.
Mr. and Mrs. DAVID GREGORY of Bowie visited with the parents Mr. and Mrs. EARL GREGORY.
Mr. and Mrs. LEE BATES of Queen’s Peak visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. WEATHERFORD.
DAVID THREADGILL just complete a fine combination barn and stock shelter, a rock structure.
Mr. and Mrs. OLIN RAY TOMLINSON of Wichita Falls visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. NORVELLE TOMLINSON.

Newport News by Mrs. R. H. BROOM
Mr. and Mrs. DEE MORRIS and RONNIE of Hobbs, N. M., visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. WALTER MORRIS and CLISTO. Other visitors in their home were Mr. and Mrs. W. L MORRIS, ROYCE and CAROL JEAN of Bowie, and Mr. and Mrs. R. BROOM and daughters of Newport.
GLENDA KAY PICKETT spent the week in Fort Worth with relatives. Mrs. Pickett and J. W. went there Thursday to visit.
Mr. and Mrs. TOM BROOM and Mrs. S. O. BROOM of Vernon visited here with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. BROOM.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. CORDELL and LARRY of Wichita Falls spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. CORDELL.
Mrs. M. GARDNER moved to Bowie where she plans to make her home. Mr. and Mrs. VIRGIL OGLE bought her home here and Mr. and Mrs. NEWTON DEWEBER Jr. moved in it where they plan to live this years.
Mrs. SHIRLEY LEMONS visited relatives in Henrietta.
Several from here attended the funeral at Truce for Mrs. ERVIN DESHANE who was burned to death Saturday when their home was destroyed by fire.

New Year’s Party
Misses BILLY JEAN, BOBBIE DEAN, and BETTIE JO BROOM were hostesses Friday night for a New Year Eve’s party. Attending were Misses SUE BOWLES, BETTYE MCGEE, PEGGY ANN KEENIM, JOHNNIE SHYTLES, ANITA KAY DUNLAP, ENDA RHE CORDELL, LAVAUGHN MCMANUS, POSEY JO HANSON, and MAX JORDON, DAND and J. W. FRY, JOE DAVID BURCHELL, JOG G. LEMONS, BILLY SPIKES, Paul and BILL SHYTLES, GENE SHELTON, SIDNEY REAVES, SNOOKS PARKER, ROBERT FARMER and RONNIE MORRIS.

William M. Thorn
Funeral services were held at the Church of Christ Thursday, Jan. 6, for WILLIAM MARVIN THORN. He was 64 years old and died Jan. 5 after an illness of one year. He was born in Mississippi Sept. 5, 1884 and was a resident of Plainview and Valley for years. Services were conducted by ROSS DYE of the Church of Christ with burial in the Crafton cemetery directed by Owens & Brumley funeral home Pallbearers: CARL SHURTLIFF, W. W. BAILEY, ALVA STAMBAUGH, GENE WALKER, EDGAR LOVELADY, O. W. WATSON, DONALD PRATER and RALPH MONROE. Mr. Thorn is survived by a brother, EMMET THORN of Bowie; three sisters, Mrs. D. F. MARLETT of Chico, Mrs. R. D. HENSON of Chico, Mrs. C.A. TURNER of Floydada, four daughters Mrs. FRANK HABORN of Raymondsville, Mrs. TONY TRAPPY of Hargil, Mrs. HAROLD STEWART of Hargil, and Mrs. SAM HARRIS of Harlingen; 8 grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.

Frank J. Moore
FRANK J. MOORE, age 75, passed away in a Wichita Falls hospital Wednesday. Last rites will be held at the Church of Christ Friday afternoon with ROSS DYE, minister, officiating, and burial in the Selma cemetery arranged by Burgess funeral home. Pallbearers: OSDCAR UNDERWOOD, O. W. WATSON, J. C. MCNATT, HOWARD WHEELER, JOHN HANKINS and HUGH WALKER. Surviving are his widow, three sons HENRY MOORE, DEE MOORE and HERMAN MOORE all of Bowie, two sisters, Mrs. MAUD WILLIAMS of Bowie and Mrs. CLAUDE DEARMOUR of Cody, Wyoming. Mr. Moore was a member of the Church of Christ since 1915. He was a prominent building contractor. He came to this section when he was three years old and retired 10 years ago.

Mrs. J. T. Jones
Mrs. J. T. JONES, age 93, one of Bowie’s oldest pioneer residents and member of a prominent early day family of the county, died Thursday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. MOSE JOHNSON. She was injured in a fall about two months and confined to bed. Mrs. Jones was the widow of the late J. T. Jones, pioneer, prominent grocery man in Bowie and she was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are daughters Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. EULA FOSTER; three sons, E. T. JONES and WILL JONES both of Bowie and TOM JONES of Colorado. Funeral arrangements are incomplete by the Burgess funeral home.

Park Springs by Mrs. JOHN HIRDON
WAYNE WHETSELL had the misfortune to step on a rusty nail Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. GUY SMITH as Christmas day dinner guests their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. SMITH and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. CARTUHER of Alvord and Mrs. Smith’s sister, Miss DORIS CARUTHERS of Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. HARVEY WALKER and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. STANLEY HUCKABEE in Fort Worth.
H. C. GREER and family spent Christmas with his son and family in Electra.
Mr. and Mrs. CARL WALKER are the parents of a baby daughter christened MAUD BEATRICE, born Dec. 17.
Mr. and Mrs. PEARL BEATY and Mr. and Mrs. HENRY FRANKE visited in Gore with Mr. Beaty’s mother, Mrs. W. W. BEATY and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. FLOYD HUDDLESTON of Wichita Falls visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. JOE HUDDLESTON and Mr. and Mrs. CARL WALKER.
BERRY APPLING Jr. spent Christmas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Berry Appling Sr. Berry Jr. is attending Hardin-Simmons University at Abilene.
Mrs. J. M. MITCHUM visited her daughter, Mrs. PETE RICHARDSON at Waurika, Okla. Her granddaughter, Miss DELOIS DOBBS, of Fort Worth also visited there.
HARVEY WALKER and family moved to Ringgold.
Mr. and Mrs. JUDE CHADWICK and children were in Park Springs from their home in Duncan, Oklahoma, visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. BILL MONROE. Their son, GLEN MONROE, of Wichita Falls was also there.
Mrs. BETTY ABLES is visiting her children in Fort Worth.
Lt. and Mrs. HENRY MCKINNEY were in Park Springs, on their return to Camp Campbell, Kentucky, after visiting relatives in Wichita Falls, Park Springs, and Fort Worth.

Postoak News by Mrs. OMA GIFFORD
Visiting in the Brothers’ home Wednesday were Mrs. L. M. ALMON, Mr. and Mrs. OWEN ALMON, and son MARCUS NEWTON; Mr. and Mrs. BURNEY ALMON and son TURNER and daughter CLAIR, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. TREW of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. PERRY HOWETH, and CHARLES NEWTON of Oklahoma City, Mrs. A. EPPS, Mrs. W. A. RODGERS and daughter MEA JEAN of Jacksboro; WILLIE, FERN, and GLORIA BELL of Azle and Mrs. E. L. SPANGLER.
Mrs. MATTIE BRAZEAL, Mr. and Mrs. DENNIS BRANTLY and Mrs. EVERETT FAVER visited Mr. and Mrs. NOAH PITZER at Foss, Okla.
Mrs. C. C. STARK is ill.
A. J. GIFFORD was dismissed from the hospital.
BOYD and LOYD WEST of Iowa Park visited the R. GIFFORD home.


Dye Mound News by MILDRED NORVELL
Elder R. B. MCDOUGALD will preach at the Church of Christ Jan. 8.
DONALD and DWAYNE SORROW of Saint Jo visited friends JOE and RAY YOUNG.
Mr. and Mrs. KENNETH SOWELL of Wichita Falls visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE BAKER and sister OLLIE MAE.
Mr. and Mrs. BRYAN YOUNG and children of Madill, Okla., were guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. MARK LANDERS and brother, Mr. and Mrs. LONNIE YOUNG and other relatives.
A nice crowd attended services with Rev. J. W. DODD of Denton filled his appointment at the Methodist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. BURK and sons of Jolly visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. BEN BURK.
Mr. and Mrs. ELI BAKER of Lubbock are the parents of a baby girl born Dec. 24. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE BAKER and her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. CLYDE BESS, both of this community.

Rites for EDWARD SIMONTON
EDWARD SIMONTON, age 74, died at his home near Crafton Friday, Dec. 31. Mr. Simonton was born in Nebraska but had been a resident of Crafton the past 12 years. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon, Jan. 2, at the family residence with Rev. WATKINS and Rev. STANLEY officiating. Interment in the Cundiff cemetery directed by Burgess funeral home. Survivors include his wife, SARA; brothers, H. S. and WILL SIMONTON, both of Kansas, and a sister Mrs. IDA STELJIS of Kansas. Pallbearers: RENFORD MCDANIEL, CARL WATSON, H. W. NUNLEY, T. J. MADDOX, C. A. MOTLEY and J. E. STEWART.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HARLAN Renew Vows at Golden Celebration with photo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HARLAN celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 26, although they were really married on Dec. 25, 1898. They chose the 26th in order all their children could be present. Mrs. HARLAN, 68, is the former Miss MINNIE LEE STALLINGS, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. M. STALLINGS, pioneers of Bowie, having moved here from Louisiana in 1893. Mr. Harlan, age 76, is the son of the late L. E. HALAN, also a pioneer, who moved here from Houston, Miss., in 1893 and they have lived in Bowie since that time. The couple has six children, Mrs. BERNIE ARNOLD of Corpus Christi, Mrs. GRAYEE HUFF of Fort Worth, Mrs. NELLIE BEEN YOUNG of Roscoe, Mrs. HELEN LANCASTER of Bowie, JETTIE Jr. of Wichita Falls, and W. T. HARLAN of Houston. They have eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

January 28, 1949

Montague News by WILMA VANN
Mr. and Mrs. WELDON NIX and daughter of Fort Worth were guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. CLAUDE NIX and Mr. and Mrs. DUNN of Saint Jo.
Mrs. A. H. FENOGLIO is visiting her daughters, Mr. and Mrs. SON BARTON, Mr. and Mrs. BOB TILMAN, and Mr. and Mrs. N. E. BAKER, all of Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. POLK of Bowie and Mrs. WILMA VANN had business in Jacksboro.
Miss DORIS JOHNSON of Nocona became the bride of JOE CAMINATI, Jr., Thursday, Jan. 20, at the home of Rev. JOHN E. LEWIS, pastor of the Baptist church at Henrietta. Attending were his sisters Mr. and Mrs. PAD POSTON of Nocona, Mr. and Mrs. RAYFORD VANN, also Mr. and Mrs. T. J. VANN. They will make their home in Montague where he is employed in his father’s grocery.

Postoak News by Mrs. OMA GIFFORD
LEWIS KIRK, son of Mr. and Mrs. HERSCHEL KIRK, and Miss SALLIE MAY HOLMAN of Chico were united in marriage Wednesday, January 19, at the home of the former’s pastor, Rev. R. E. ROBBINS, who officiated.
Mrs. V. O. SCARBER returned home after her operation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. SKOGGS and family moved to their new home.
DURWARD POWERS of Fort Worth was here.
Mr. and Mrs. JAMES OGLE and children of Newport visited the ERNEST OGLE home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. SCHMITTOU moved back to their home. Mr. Schmittou was advised by his doctor not to work for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. HENRY HUBBLE moved to Antelope where he will work at the Garrett Dairy. D. C. SPARKMAN bought Mr. Hubble’s lease.
Mr. and Mrs. EAK SCHMITTOU report the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. FRED SCHMITTOU of Denton and he was named CLEBURN.
Maj. C. T. MORELAND attended the inauguration of President Truman.

Card of thanks for the kindness in the loss of husband father: Mrs. B. T. ARNOLD; Mr. and Mrs. ELLIS ARNOLD; Mr. and Mrs. LESLIE ARNOLD; Mr. and Mrs. FLOYD ARNOLD and son; Mr. and Mrs. CECIL HUTH and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LUTHER WADE and family, EFFIE MAE ARNOLD and BENNIE G. ARNOLD.

Newport News by Mrs. R. H. BROOM
JOHN G. LEMONS, attending school in Denton, visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. JOHN LEMONS. DALE, employed at Bowie, also visited them.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. CORDELL and son LARRY of Wichita Falls visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. CORDELL.
Mr. and Mrs. ANDY DUNLAP and children and Mrs. JOHN LEMONS were in Bowie.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. BROWN is in Henrietta where he is receiving medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. FORESTER attended the Methodist conference in Nocona.
Mr. and Mrs. NOBLE TAGE and CURTIS LOYD of Fort Worth and Mr. and Mrs. FOY FORD and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. NEWETON DEWEBER Jr.

C. E. TAYLOR Dies at Wichita Falls
C. E. TAYLOR, who formerly resided in Bowie and was in charge of the old-age assistance office here several years, is reported to have dropped dead from heart trouble Tuesday night at Wichita Falls. He is survived by his wife.

Final Rites for Mrs. ALA TEAGUE
Mrs. ALA C. TEAGUE, age 94, died at her home, 509 Mill St., Jan. 23 following a short illness. She was born in Roseville, Arkansas and lived in Montague County for 55 years. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 24, at the home with Rev. W. W. BAKER officiating. Internment at Brushy cemetery directed by Burgess funeral home. Surviving are one son, GEORGE TEAGUE of Bowie, two daughters Mrs. E. L. EDGIN of Bowie and Mrs. W. O. NEECE of Holliday; 15 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.

Ben T. Arnold
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 25, from the Burgess funeral home chapel for BEN T. ARNOLD, age 64, former resident of Bowie. Mr. Arnold died at his home in Plainview. He had been a resident of the county for 47 years but moved to Plainview three years ago. ROSS DYE of the Church of Christ and Rev. G. B. BRADSHAW of the First Baptist Church officiated. Interment was in the Brushy cemetery. He is survived by his wife, ELLA FRANCES; children ELLIS ARNOLD of Hale Center, LESLIE ARNOLD of Decatur, BENNIE G. ARNOLD of Hale Center, Mrs. CECIL HUTH of Childress, Mrs. LUTHER WADE of Bowie, and EFFIE MAE ARNOLD of Hale Center, 6 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and three brothers in Georgia.

Mrs. Savannah Brewer
Mrs. SAVANNAH BREWER, age 72, died Saturday, Jan. 22, at her home in Sunset. They cam to Sunset in 1907 from Alabama where she was born. Funeral services were held Sunday, Jan. 23, at the First Baptist Church in Sunset with Rev. E. H. MARSHALL of Sunset and Rev. BULLARD of Bellevue officiating. Interment was in the Salona cemetery directed by Burgess funeral home. Survivors include her husband, C. J. BREWER, of Sunset, daughters Mrs. VIOLA DANIELS of Duncan, Okla., and Mrs. MATTIE LOU WARREN of Greenwood, Arkansas; son EARL BREWER of Munday, and a brother, SAM COX of Alabama.

Mother of P. J. Scott Buried
Mrs. CAROLINE ELIZABETH SCOTT of Texarkana, mother of P. J. SCOTT of Bowie, passed away at her home, Jan. 19, at her home there. She was a pioneer resident of Texarkana, living there before the town was named. Burial was Friday, Jan. 21, in the Wooten Springs cemetery. Survivors include ten other children, besides P. J. Scott, 34 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren.

Rites at Sunset for Mrs. B. V. Deel
The body of Mrs. BERTIE V. DEEL, age 65, who died in Carlsbad, New Mexico, Monday, Jan. 17, was returned to Sunset for burial. Funeral services were conducted from the Sunset Baptist Church Saturday, Jan. 22, with Rev. E. H. MARSHALL officiating. Interment in the Sunset cemetery directed by Burgess funeral home. She is survived by the following children, J. E. DEEL, STEPHEN H. DEEL, Mrs. JOHNNIE ECHOLS, all of Fresno, California, ROBERT K. DEEL, GEORGE W. DEEL, Mrs. LELA KAISER, and Mrs. EVELYN WILLIAMS, all of Carlsbad, N. M., Mrs. ESTER SMITH of Hamlin, Texas; a brother, JOHNNIE HINDON of Arkansas, and three sisters Mrs. ALLIE NEWMAN of Oklahoma, Mrs. ETHEL YOUNG of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. EMMA LUNSBURG of Colorado, and 7 grandchildren.

Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. FRANK WILLIAMS recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home in Buffalo Springs. The following children were present: Mrs. E. H. BRADFORD of Beaumont, Mrs. LAWTON FLINN of Bellevue, EDD WILLIAMS of Buffalo Springs, and R. C. WILLIAMS of Bowie. Hostesses included Mrs. EDD WILLIAMS, Mrs. R. C. WILLIAMS and Mrs. L. C. REDIN.

Bad Burns
MIKE WHITECOTTON, 21 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. TOMMY WHITECOTTON, suffered severe burns on his left arm Tuesday when he pulled a container of hot grease of the stove. Treatment was given at the Bowie hospital.

Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nichols Dies
The 3 months old daughter, VICKIE LOUISE NICHOLS, of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. NICHOLS, died Saturday, Jan. 22, at a Fort Worth hospital from pneumonia. Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 24, at the Owens & Brumley funeral home chapel with ROSS DYE officiating. Interment was in Elmwood cemetery. Surviving are her parents, a brother CARY LYNN of Fort Worth; grandparents Mrs. IMOGENE NICHOLS of Bowie and H. NICHOLS of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. WILLIAMS of Sunset, seven aunts, eight uncles, two great-grandparents and four cousins.






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