McLennan County, Texas
August 1928


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 1, 1928
WEDNESDAY

 C. J. LOVELACE

Curtis J. Lovelace, 34, died at a local sanitarium at 11:15 last night. His home was in Dawson, where he had been in the drug business for 14 years.
He is survived by his wife; one son, Cleatus Lovelace; three brothers, Cleatus, Loyal and Elmer Lovelace; and two sisters.
Funeral services will be held at Dawson tomorrow and the body has been sent to Dawson in a Compton coach.

 MRS. OSA FANDERS

Mrs. Osa Fanders, 40 died at her home in Bell Mead at 2:10 this morning.
The funeral will be held from the home at 4:30 this afternoon, Rev. C. M. Spaulding officiating. Interment will be at Concord Cemetery.
She is survived by her husband, R. W. Fanders; mother, Mrs. Ellen Serrett of Waco; two sisters, Mrs. W. W. Mims of Waco, and Mrs. A. B. Mims of Dallas; and one brother, W. B. Serrett.
Active pallbearers will be Marvin Etvhison, J. D. Bostwick, George January, E. R. Mobley, Hunter Hatcher and John Conner.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 3, 1928
FRIDAY

 T. E. MADDIN

Funeral services for T. E. Maddin will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home at 2625 Lasker avenue with Revs. Arthur Stout and J. W. Kerns in charge.
Active pallbearers will be: J. T. Cruger, A. Y. Mitchell, J. N. Mitchell, Percy Willis, J. A. Early, Arthur Mills, A. B. Stringer, Leslie Stegall, W. L. Bacon, John H. Tinsley, R. S. Grieg, E. P. Trice, J. B. McNamara, J. W. Gorham, Dr. L. W. Helm, Herman Eichelberger, and Guy McNamara.

 DEATH AT TEMPLE

Temple- W. Clyde McComas, 32, died here Thursday evening at the home of his mother, Mrs. Henry. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, with the Yerby Masonic lodge in charge. Surviving are his wife, mother, Mrs. Henry Yerby; one sister, Mrs. C. A. Vilzig, and one brother, Cecil, both of Dallas.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 4, 1928
SATURDAY

 MISS CHARLEY LAWSON FUNERAL FOR 4 P.M.

Funeral services for Miss Charley Lawson, 20, will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the Columbus Avenue Baptist Church, with Rev. C. E. Poe of Wharton, former pastor of the girl at Lorena, in charge. Interment will be at Lorena.
Miss Lawson is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lawson, of Waco; one brother, Gwynn; four sisters, Mrs. Vernon Ponder, Miss Louise Lawson, Mrs. Raymond W. Jones and Mrs. Lex Fullerton, all of Waco.
The active pallbearers will be: Berry Winn, Prim Harris, J. R. Dugger, Everettt Craig and Victor Anderson, all of Waco, and Horace Hooper, Eugene Graves and Titus Evans, all of Lorena.

 FINIS E. STARNES

Funeral services for Finis E. Starnes, who was found dead from bullet wound at his home yesterday morning on the Marlin road, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Mount Antioch cemetery, where the body will be carried in Compton's hearse.
Mr. Starnes is survived by his widow; son, Truey; two daughters, Fuby, and Mrs. R. O. McKinney, 705 South Seventh street. His wife, son, and one daughter were with him at his death.
Pallbearers will be Sam E. Smith, J. B. Hawkins, J. I. McKinney, W. R. Crockett, W. A. Smith and W. W. Rash.

 FUNERAL SUNDAY FOR MRS. B. O. ASHWORTH

Funeral services for Mrs. B. O. Ashworth, 23, will be held Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock from the Austin Avenue Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, an 18 months-old daughter, Virginia; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boettger; three brothers, Ervin, U.S.N.; Julius and Hans Boettger, all of Waco, and two sisters, Mrs. Fred G. Winkle, Waco, and Mrs. Walter Hienke, Fort Worth.
Pallbearers will be C. V. Anderson, Everett Craig, Pat Taggart, Roy Henry, W. N. Lacy, and C. F. Hester.

 AMY LYON

Funeral services for Miss Amy Lyon of Temple will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the St. Paul's Episcopal church with Rev. Charles W. Sherrin officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood cemetery.
She is survived by two brothers, Shell Lyon of Beaumont and Beuford Lyon of Nacogdoches.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 6, 1928
MONDAY

 MRS. H. A. SMITH

Rev. J. Dawson is to conduct the funeral services of Mrs. H. A. Smith this afternoon at 5 o'clock in Dallas. Mrs. Smith is the wife of the late Capt. H. A. Smith, who was engaged in lumber business in central Texas. She was the grandmother of Mrs. E. R. Nash Jr. of Waco.

 MISS NOWLIN

Funeral services for Miss Elizabeth Katherine Nowlin, 18, who died Sunday at 5:35 p.m. at the home of her sister, Mrs. Flossie Niece, 112 Dallas street, will be held from Turner Street Baptist church this afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. J. A. Hall officiating. Interment will be made at Degraffenried cemetery at Whitney. Surviving are the mother, Mrs. Bessie Nowlin, Waco; two brothers, George of Malone and Kirby of Waco; one sister, Mrs. Flossie Niece. Pallbearers will be: Cheste McDonald, Paul Kadura, Herbert Harris, Jim Faulkner, Ross Gray, Howard Murphy.

 CHAS R. GUNTER

Funeral services for Charles Ray Gunter, 4 month-old of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gunter of Bruceville, who died Saturday afternoon in a local sanitarium, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from 415 Hood street with Rev. J. A. Hall officiating. Interment at Lorena.

 M. A. AKIN

Funeral services for M. A. "Mag" Akin, 74, former resident of Waco, who died Sunday in Dallas, will be held here today with Rev. W. W. Melton officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood cemetery at 5 p.m.
Among the survivors are his brother, Jim Akin, of Waco; four daughters, Mrs. J. C. Crippen of Waco, Mrs. Margaret Coe, Mrs. A. R. Fern, both of Dallas, and Mrs. L. A. Scott of Fort Worth, and four sons, Otto of Los Angeles, Cal., and Oscar, Tom and Henry, all of Dallas.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 8, 1928
WEDNESDAY

 MRS. SHARLACK

Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta Sharlack of Riesel, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Miller, 2225 Morrow avenue, at 12:40 a.m. Tuesday, will be held from the Sharlack home in Riesel at 4 p.m. today.
Interment will be made at the Miers settlement. Pallbearers are her grandsons: Walter, Elmo, and James Milling, and Willie Schroeder of Fort Worth, Philmore Brown, Clarence and Allen Miller of Waco.
Mrs. Sharlack, who was 75 years old, is survived by seven daughters and three sons. They are: Mrs. Bertha Stamer, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. E. Brown, and Miss Olge Milling of Waco; Mrs. Herman Schroeder of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Agnes Joyce of Austin, and Mrs. J. C. Echert of Lafayette, La. The sons are Herman Milling and Paul Milling of Ft. Worth, and Julius Milling of Riesel.

 MRS. BEARDEN

Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta Bearden, 55, wife of A. C. Bearden of Valley Mills, who died at 10:20 a.m. Tuesday in a local hospital, will be held from the Methodist Church of Cayote, with Rev. J. M. Sanders officiating. Interment will be in the Valley Mills cemetery.
Surviving are the husband and seven children: three boys, R. B., A. R., and Frankie, all of Valley Mills; four daughters, Mesdames Jim McMillian, J. V. McMillian, Boyd Dagley and Pernie Downey, all of Valley Mills; two brothers, E. C. Moore of Avery and A. L. Moore of Allota.

 A. R. HUGGINS DIES

Belton- A. R. Huggins, 57, who had resided his entire life at Belton, died in a Temple hospital Tuesday evening, following a brief illness.
He is survived by his wife, one son and one daughter. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. today, from the family residence on Beall street, conducted by Dr. A. C. Gettys, Baptist Minister of this city. Burial will be in North Belton cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Jim Harris, W. F. Cowan, W. A. Timer, A. E. Taylor, H. M. Woodruff, D. E. Hair and W. L. Villiness, all of this city.

 VETERAN EVANGELIST TO BE BURIED AT CAMERON

Temple- Funeral services for M. L. Pardo, 62, who died after an illness of two months, will be held this afternoon at Cameron. Mr. Pardo has been an evangelist in the United States and in Cuba for more than 20 years.
Recently he has been pastor of a church east of Cameron. He is survived by wife, one son, Charles of Houston, four daughters, Mrs. S. Y. B. Stedham of Houston, Miss Charlotte Pardo of Cameron, Mrs. J. P. Terrell Jr. of Temple, and Miss Naomi of Temple; one brother, Joe, and one sister, Mrs. Ella Cannon, both of Danaldsville, La.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 9, 1928
THURSDAY

 GLEN CARPENTER

Temple- Glen Roy Carpenter, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carpenter, died at the home of his parents this morning at 10:20, after an illness of 12 days.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon. Exact arrangements have not been made as yet. He is survived by his parents.

 MRS. R. P. LYON

Funeral services for Mrs. F. P. Lyon, 85, who died at the home of her son at McGregor Wednesday morning, were held this morning from the home of her son.
She is survived by four sons, Frank and Ben Lyon of McGregor, M. P. Lyon of Belton, Montana and Dr. W. H. Lyon of San Marcos.

 EUNICE FRANKLIN

Funeral services for Eunice Mildred Franklin, 12, who died yesterday morning at her home at 906 North Sixteenth street, were held yesterday afternoon with Rev. W. W. Melton officiating. Interment was made at Rosebud cemetery.
She is survived by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Franklin, and two brothers, Melvin and Lloyd Franklin.

 MRS. E.F. MITCHELL

Mrs. Emruth Frances Mitchell, 72, died this morning at 7:45 o'clock at the home of her son, J. O. Mitchell at 705 Elm street. She was visiting here and her home is Irene Texas.
Funeral services will be held at the Baptist church at Emmett, Navarro County, Rev. H. H. Conway officiating. The funeral will be at 2:30 Friday afternoon. Interment will be in the Emmett cemetery.
She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Louise White, 95, of Greneda, Miss.; seven sons, J. O. and J. G. Mitchell of Waco, J. C. Mitchell of Hillsboro, Fred W. Mitchell of Austin, J. M. Mitchell of Corsicana, S. J. Mitchell of Fort Worth, and W. M. Mitchell of Sweetwater, and three daughters, Mrs. J. E. Shaw of Greneda, Miss., and Mrs. E. D. Reed and Mrs. P. D. Campbell, both of Irene.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 10, 1928
FRIDAY

MRS. MITCHELL

Mrs. Emruth Frances Mitchell, 72, will be buried at Emmett, Navarro county, Friday afternoon, with Rev. H. H. Conway in charge.
She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Louise White, 95, of Greneda, Miss.; seven sons, J. O. and J. G. Mitchell of Waco, J. C. Mitchell of Hillsboro, Fred W. Mitchell of Corsicana, S.J. Mitchell of Sweetwater and three daughters, Mrs. J. E. Shaw of Greneda, Miss., and Mrs. E. D. Reed and Mrs. P. D. Campbell, both of Irene.

 MRS. SADIE MILES

Mrs. Sadie Miles, 75, will be laid to rest in the Valley Mills cemetery following funeral services at the Valley Mills Methodist church, with Rev. F. L. Turner officiating, this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Surviving are four sons, H. M., J. L., and L. S. Miles of Waco; one daughter, Miss Lillie Miles of Valley Mills; one brother, D. L. Carr, Whittier, Cal.; four sisters, Mesdames N. O. Lewis, Waco; K. D. Orr, Terrell; J. D. Durrat, Hinton, W. Va.; U. G. Dupree, Whittier, Cal. Pallbearers will be Charles Burns, O. D. Duckworth, D. V. Coston, Will Smith, Will Turner and John Goodman.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 11, 1928
SATURDAY

 W. A. COTTEN

William A. Cotten, aged 66, died this morning at 1:25 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. F. F. Collins, at 3020 Lasker avenue. Funeral services will be held from the home at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, Rev. R.A. Langston officiating. The body will be carried to Moody by Compton's motor hearse for burial, where the Independent Order of Odd Fellows will have charge of the service at the grave.  Mr. Cotten, a resident for many years of Waco, is said to have numbered his friends by his acquaintances. For many years he held a position with the McLendon Hardware company, and was a member of the First Methodist church for 35 years.
Mr. Cotten is survived by his wife, two sons, Walter and Charlie, both of Waco; five daughters, Mrs. T. B. Cheek, Mrs. W. W. Taylor, Mrs. O. J. Nolen and Mrs. F. F. Collins, all of Waco, and Mrs. Carl Kluck of Denton; one sister, Mrs. H. S. Lane of Tulia, Texas; three brothers, L. B. Cotten of Turkey, Texas, H. L. of Mangnum, Okla., and J. B. of Godsen, Ala.
Active pallbearers will be six grandsons of Mr. Cotten: Eugene and Charles Taylor, Claude, Raymond and Louie Cheek, and Arnold Mallory. Honorary pallbearers are J.W. Tabor, Frank Wilson, George McLane, J. W. Harper, Harvey and Jim Fadal, Tarp Hay and C. C. Whitson.

 MRS. F. S. PADGITT

The body of Mrs. Fannie S. Padgitt, wife of the late Tom Padgitt, who died at her home in Boerne, Texas, yesterday, will arrive in Waco at 2:15 p.m. today to lie in state at Puckett's funeral parlors until 6 p.m. when funeral services will be held from the First Baptist church, where Dr. J. M. Dawson officiating. Interment will be at Oakwood.
The deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. K. Saunders. Pallbearers are: Roy Ray, J. S. Garrison, J. B. Fisher, E. R. Nash Jr., T. D. Brooks, W. G. Barrett, R. B. WIllett, E. L. Benham.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 12, 1928
SUNDAY

COTTEN, WILLIAM

William Cotten died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. F.F. Collins, of 3020 Lasker avenue, at 1:25 o'clock yesterday morning. He was 66 years old. Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the home at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. R. A. Langston officiating. The body will be carried to Moody in one of Compton's hearses, where the Independent Order of Odd Fellows will have charge of the burial services.
Mr. Cotten is survived by his widow, two sons, Walter and Charlie, both of Waco; five daughters, Mrs. T. B. Cheek, Mrs. W. W. Taylor, Mrs. O. J. Nolen and Mrs. F. F. Collins, all of Waco, and Mrs. Carl Kluck of Denton; one sister, Mrs. H. S. Lane of Tulia, Texas; three brothers, L.B. Cotten of Turkey, Texas, H.L. of Mangnum, Okla., and J.B. of Godsen, Ala.
Active pallbearers will be six grandsons of Mr. Cotten: Eugene and Charles Taylor, Claude, Raymond and Louie Cheek, and Arnold Mallory. Honorary pallbearers are J. W. Tabor, Frank Wilson, George McLane, J. W. Harper, Harvey and Jim Fadal, Tarp Hay and C. C. Whitson


 MATTHEWS, MISS MILDRED

Miss Mildred Matthews, 17, died yesterday morning at 10:30 at her home on the McGregor road, Waco rural route one. Funeral services will be held from the Bruceville Methodist church at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Rev. Page, the pastor will officiate. The deceased is survived by her father, W. W. Matthews, five brothers, all of whom live in Waco. They are: Garvin, Otho, R.G., Porter Lee, Rupert, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Preston of Bruceville.
The body will be taken from the home to Bruceville for the funeral services by the Wilkirson & Hatch ambulance. Interment will be at Bruceville.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 13, 1928
MONDAY

 MARGERETE BLEDSOE

Margerete Pauling Bledsoe the 5 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bledsoe died Saturday night at 11:30. Mr. and Mrs. Bledsoe live two and one-half miles out on the Marlin road.
Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home. Rev. E. R. Patterson officiated. Interment was at Oakwood cemetery.

 W. T. BUTLER

Funeral services for W. T. Butler, 64, who died Sunday morning at 11:55, will be held from the home, 22 Sewell street, at 2 p.m. today, with interment at Rosemound.
Surviving are the wife and two sons, J.M and Rimbert of Waco, three daughters, Mrs. Frances M. Keehan, Gadston, N. C., Mrs. Sallie Glass, Yasoo City, Miss., and Mrs. Ethel Presleyy, Pritchard, Ala.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 15, 1928
WEDNESDAY

 MRS. PAULINE WORRELL

Funeral services for Mrs. Pauline Katherine Worrell, 92, who died yesterday afternoon at 2:15 at the home of her son, G.W. Smith, at Gholson, were held from the tabernacle in the cemetery and burial made at Gholson at 10 a.m. today.
Rev. Mr. Crow of Aquilla, Methodist preacher, conducted the services. Mrs. Worrell was a charter member of the Baptist church at Gholson, which is more than 50 years old.
Surviving are six children, J. E. Smith of Lorena, G. W. Smith of Gholson, Mrs. J. T. Moore of Oklahoma, Mrs. G. W. German of Ross, R. S. Worrell of Ross, and R. H. Worrell of Oklahoma City.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 16, 1928
THURSDAY

 W. OLLIE HART

The body of W. Ollie Hart, 46, will be shipped by Compton's to Norman, Okla.. Mr. Hart died in Austin yesterday, but had lived in Waco for the past four years.
He is survived by his mother, Mrs. W. T. Mauldine, of Waco, and two sisters, Mrs. J. P. Denham of Waco, and Mrs. L. W. Holt of Kerens.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 17, 1928
FRIDAY

 MISS FAYE BALLANFANT

Miss Faye Aurelia Ballanfant, age 21, died suddenly at her home, 512 James Street, at 12:10 this morning. Miss Ballanfant was a graduate of the Waco High school in 1926, and also a graduate of the Four C business college. Funeral services will be held from the home of her grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. J.  M. Miller, 1523 South Fifth street, at 6 p.m. Saturday. Rev. W. W. Melton will officiate, interment being at Rosemound cemetery.
Miss Ballanfant is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ballanfant.

 MRS. McCREARY

Mrs. Isabel McCreary, 30, who died at 12:45 Thursday, will be buried in the Chilton cemetery Friday, with services being conducted at the grave by Rev. W. W. Melton at 3 p.m., the body being taken to Chilton by Puckett's hearse.
She is survived by her husband, J. S. McCreary of Chilton, one child, Doris and mother, Mrs. M. Goelzer, of Chilton; her sisters, Mrs. Frank Guinn, League City; Miss Eliza Goelzer, Chilton; J. E. Thigpen Jr., Chilton and a brother, Robert Goelzer of Chilton.

 Jerry McAden

Jerry McAden, age 67, died at his home, 2623 Homan Avenue, at 4:10 this morning. Mr. McAden had lived in Waco for five years, moving to this city from Axtell, where he was a merchant for 20 years. Funeral services will be held from the Austin Avenue Methodist Church at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, Rev. L. L. Evans officiating. Interment will be made in Oakwood cemetery.
Mr. McAden is survived by his wife, one son, Charles McAden, of Waco; one brother, Chris McAden, of West; two sisters, Mrs. R. A. Smith of Brownwood and Mrs. R. H. Russell of Chicaton.
Active pallbearers will be W. P. Long, W. D. Hunter, W.W. Cox, C. C. Barron, E. E. McFather and J. D. Dills. Honorary pallbearers are: J. K. Rose, W. T. Thompson, R. B. Dupree, W.Warwick, W. H. White Jr., Mack Johnson, J. O. Rhea, W. G. Evans, E. F. Reagan, W. D. Thompson, R. L. Jones, R. A. Strong, A. L. Kirkand, W. D. Milner, William Sleeper, T. J. Logue, Frank Miller and John Baker.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 19, 1928
SUNDAY

 FERGUSON, W. A.

Funeral services for W. A. Ferguson, aged 80, for over 50 years a resident of Abbott, will take place this afternoon from the Abbott Methodist church, with Rev. M. L. Boone of Eddy officiating, assisted by Rev. R. A. Burt of Abbott.
Mr. Ferguson died yesterday morning at Marlin at 11 o'clock. Interment will take place at Abbott Cemetery.
The body will be taken to Abbott in a Wilkirson & Hatch hearse.
The deceased is survived by seven children, four boys and three daughters: William, Norman, John, and Sam Ferguson; Mrs. D.B. Wallace, Atoka, Okla.; Mrs. Stella Elliott, San Antonio, and Mrs. Nellie Wallace of Hillsboro.
Pallbearers for the funeral will be: Oscar Eastland, J.W. Kennedy, Chriss Stanphill, S.N. Corbin, C.A. Young and W.O. Tinsley.

 PRESTIGE, MISS SURVILLA

Miss Survilla Prestidge, 28, died Thursday evening at 8:30 in West Baden, Ind., after a short illness. The body is being shipped to Waco to arrive on the Texas Special at 3:55 this afternoon.
From Waco the body will be taken in Wilkirson-Hatch motor hearse to Satin, Texas her old home, where services will be held from the Baptist church at 5:30 this afternoon with Rev. Bridges of Lott conducting the last rites.
The body will then be taken to Rosenthal for burial.
Miss Prestidge graduated as a nurse from the Baptist sanitarium in 1924.
She left here for Detroit, Mich., soon after.
She is survived by her father, W.B. Prestidge of Satin; two brothers, W. C. and Melvin Prestidge of Satin and three sisters, Mrs. Winnie Polly, Inez, and Jeanette Prestidge, all of Satin.
Active pallbearers will be W. H. Lewis, R. V. Walker, W. D. Walker, Arthur White and H. Wittner, all of Satin, and H. B. Peevy of Waco.

 STORM, HELNA PAULINE

Funeral services for Miss Helna Pauline Storm, 25, of 1516 North Eleventh street, who died yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock, will be conducted at 3 o'clock today from the Colcord Methodist church by Rev. C. M. Nyquist.
Interment will be at Oakwood cemetery.
Miss Storm is survived by her father, Fred Storm, a brother, Fred L. Storm, and five sisters; Mrs. L. D. O'Leary and Misses Florence, Frances, Annie and Ruth Storm, all of Waco.
The pallbearers will be six young ladies with whom the deceased worked: Misses Emily Stebner, Edith Rains, Irene Ledbetter, Ruby Jeanes, Elmer Ballard and Mrs. Howard Day.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 22, 1928
WEDNESDAY

 D.J. WILSON

Temple- Word was received here last night of the death of D. J. Wilson of Cleburne. He was former general chairman of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Funeral services will be held in Cleburne this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Although Mr. Wilson had never lived in Temple, his work as general chairman brought him into close contact with local railway men. He is survived by his wife and several children.

 T. F. HOLLINGSWORTH

The body of T. F. Hollingsworth, 72, a resident of Waco for the past year, who died last night at 9:30 at the home of his son, J. R. Hollingsworth, 717 Turner, is being shipped to Carroll for burial.
Besides the son with whom he lived he is survived by another son, W. F. Hollingsworth, of Waco; three daughters, Mesdames H. L. Mason and J. R. Barton of Big Springs and Mrs. J. B. Glenn of Kaufman.

 JONAS SCHONBERG

Funeral services for Jonas Schonberg, 64, who died yesterday at 5:30 p.m. having been a resident of Waco for 15 years, will be held Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock from the home at 601 North Thirteenth street. Interment will be in Hebrew Rest.
He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Misses Hortense and Lucille, all of Waco. Active pallbearers are Harry Efron, Jack Nusbaum, Herbert Scharff, Leo Bruck, Jake French and Gus Rosenthal. Honorary pallbearers are Harry Archenhold, Morris Landham, Asher Sanger, L. Migel, Asa Warner, Harry Sachs, Nate Naman, Dr. L. H. Roddy, Chapin M. Seeley, Sol Hirschberg, Holloway Smith, Sam Freund, L. Lipshitz, S. P. Garney, Joe Snaman, Dr. I. Block.

 W. H. HARRIS

Funeral service for W. H. Harris, 48, was held this morning at 10 o'clock from the Compton's funeral home. Rev. Harry Thompson, assisted by Rev. C.S. Simpson, conducted the services. Interment was at Oakwood cemetery.
Surviving are the widow, two daughters, Missed Mardell and Evelyn, and William Harris, all of Ocee.
Active pallbearers will be R. L. Hasting, S. W. Janes, A. B. Ewing, C. S. Eichelberger, H. W. Eichelberger, S. M. McCracken.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 23, 1928
THURSDAY

 MRS. R. HAAS

News of the death of Mrs. R. Haas, mother of Mrs. Sam Strauss and Mrs. I. Friedlander, both formerly of Waco, but now of Houston has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Strauss, 1207 Columbus avenue, Mrs. Haas was a resident of Munroe, La.

 MISS LULA LEDNUM

Funeral service for Miss Lula L. Lednum, who died yesterday at 6 p.m. in Dallas, will be held from the home of her cousin, Mrs. Joe D. Hooks, 719 North Twelfth street, at 3 p.m. Interment will be at Oakwood.

 M. C. FISHER

Funeral services for Marion C. Fisher, 32, who died Wednesday in a local sanitarium following injuries received at Meridian, will be held Thursday at Fort Worth. The body is being shipped today to Fort Worth by Wilkirson and Hatch, funeral directors. Mr. Fisher is survived by his father and a host of other relatives.

 A. R. HUSE

A. R. Huse (Ed) Huse, 35, formerly of Malone and Waco, where he was in the grocery business, and late of Houston, died at the latter city Thursday morning, according to word received here. Mr. Huse was chairman for the St. Mark's Lutheran church for many years. Burial will take place at the Malone Cemetery Saturday at 10 a.m., with Rev. H.G. Gaertner officiating. Mr. Huse leaves a wife, one son, A. R. Jr., and his parents.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 28, 1928
TUESDAY

 PIONEER BELL COUNTY WOMAN DIES TUESDAY

Temple- Mrs. P. A. Kelly, 79, died at 7 o'clock this morning after an illness of three weeks. She has lived in Bell county for more than 40 years.
Surviving are four sons, D. L, W. R., W. F., all of Temple, and C. W. Kelly of Killeen, and one daughter, Mrs. W.M. Crane, of Big Spring. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the First Methodist church. Services will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. E. M. Wisdom and assisted by Rev. C. F. Parker. Interment will be in Hill cemetery, south of Temple.


 GRAY LITTLE SUCCUMBS

Temple- Gray Little, 68, died at 1:20 a.m. today at his home in Troy, after an illness of several weeks. He had lived in Troy, for the past 30 years and was widely known throughout central Texas. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. W. L. Parks of Belton and Mrs. F. W. Thaxton of Troy.
Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church in Troy at 4 p.m. today. Interment will be in Hillcrest cemetery in Temple.

 MRS. SARAH BANTON

Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah A. Banton, 80, who died at the home of her son, R. L. Crawford of China Springs, Monday evening, will be held tomorrow.
She is survived by her son, R. L. Crawford.


 MRS. W. S. ROGERS

Funeral services for Mrs. W. S. Rogers, 41, who died Monday morning will be held from the home, 2100 North Fifth street, at 5 o'clock this afternoon, with Rev. F.B. Thorn officiating. Interment will be at Oakwood cemetery.
Pallbearers will be R. C. Lee, Roy Henry, G. W. Weygard, Vernon Matthews, Dan Stalworth, R. R. Walker.


 MRS. MARGARET HOBBS

Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Hobbs, who died Sunday, are being held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bold Spring cemetery, with Dean Costley officiating.

 N. T. CHEATHAM

N. T. Cheatham died at his home, 1815 Fort Avenue, at 8:50 o'clock this morning.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from Compton's funeral home with Rev. L.L. Evans officiating. Interment will be at Oakwood cemetery.
The deceased is survived by his wife.
Pallbearers for the funeral will be Herman Fleigh, T. J. Logue, R. H. Haney, Brooks Pearson, Frank Holmes, O. B. Wiggins and George Witt.


WACO TIMES HERALD
AUGUST 29, 1928
WEDNESDAY

 JOE DUCAS

Funeral services for Joe Ducas, 36, will be held this afternoon from the Church of Assumption. Interment will be at Holy Cross with Rev. J. B. O'Leary officiating. Mr. Ducas died yesterday at his home, 2428 South Third street.
The deceased is survived by his wife, four daughters, and one son, his mother, Mrs. Josephine Ducas, and five brothers, Martin, Lawrence, Tony and Sam of Waco and Jake Ducas of Detroit.
The pallbearers will be Sam Colombo, Charlie Campise, Joe Demaria, Tony Ropolo, Frank Russo and Luke Scarmado.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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