McLennan County, Texas
WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
DECEMBER 04, 1934
Funeral services for W.M. Null, 810 North Eighteenth street, who died suddenly Monday night, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday from Compton's chapel.
Mr. Null's body was found lying on the sidewalk. Justice Clint Allen gave a vedict of heart failure.
Mr. Null had gone to a union meeting at the Labor Hall. He was an employee of the Tom Padgitt company.
Mr. Null is survived by his widow and one son, Clarence, of Fort Worth; one daughter, Mrs. W.F. Jones of Waco; three stepchildren, J.E. Sawyer and Mrs. A.J. Smith of Waco, Mrs Dona Smith of Llano; four brothers, Tom of Houston, John of Waco, Henry of Smithville and Louis Muldon; one half-brother, R.L. Gilliam of La Grange; two sisters, Mrs. L.A. Cunningham of Waco, Mrs. Elizabeth Redding of Waco; one half-sister, Mrs. Stella Stone of San Antonio.
Mrs. Betty Maude Kird of the Church of Christ Scientist will officiate at the funeral. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.