McLennan County, Texas
December 1961


Waco Times Herald
December 13, 1961

 Hoffman, Mrs. Mae A.
Mrs. Mae A. Hoffman, 56, of Fort Smith, Arkansas died at 6:55 p.m. in a Waco Hospital.
The body will be shipped to Fort Smith where funeral services will be held next Tuesday.
Survivors are her son, Robert Hoffman of 816 Guthrie Drive; a daughter Mrs. Margie Mae Klamer of Garden Grove, Calif.; a brother Geltner Bell of Huron, South Dakota; three sisters, Mrs. Willie Robert and Mrs. Florence Ball, both of Alma, Ark., and Mrs. Emma Walters of Topeka, Kansas.
Wilkinson and Hatch Funeral Home
1124 Washington Avenue
PL 3-3691

Waco Times Herald
December 13, 1961

 Rydel, Adolph Willie
Adolph Willie Rydel, 53, of West, Texas died at 10 a.m Tuesday at his home in West.
Funeral Services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church in West, Rev. G.H. Bailey officiating, burial in Bold Springs Cemetery.
The body will lie in state one hour before services.
Survivors: his wife, one son James Weldon Rydel of West, one daughter, Mrs. Edith Robinson of Pasadena; one brother Rudolph Rydel of West; five sisters, Miss Lydia Rydel of Waco, Mrs. A.L. Popp of West, Mrs. William R. Hegar of Abbott, Mrs. Willie Sharps of West, Mrs. Adolph Janek of West.
Active pallbearers will be deacons of the First Baptist Church of West.
Aderhold-Moore Funeral Home, West, Texas
phone HI 6-5192

Waco Times Herald
December 13, 1961

 Pierce, Mrs. G.T. (Tennie)
Mrs. G. T. (Tennie) Pierce, 2709 Gorman, died Tuesday enroute to a local hospital.
Funeral Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Connally chapel, Dr. Joe Waldon Bailey officiating, assisted by Dr. W.W. Melton. Burial in Waco Memorial Park.
The family will be at 2709 Gorman Ave.
Survivors: one grandson, Lt. James Stanton Pierce of Wichita Falls; one granddaughter, Mrs. B.C. (Kay) Grittar of 2030 Sugg Dr.; two nieces, Mrs. Nancy Goldbeck of Madison, Wisconsin, Mrs. Teenie Mae Starnes of Ashville, N.C.
Pallbearers: Herman McLean, Bob McLean, John B. Nunn, Dan Cash Jr., Mack Brinegar and R.L. (Bob) Hudson.
Connally Funeral Home 1000 Washington Ave., phone PL-2-3407

Waco Times Herald
December 13, 1961

 Crockett, Samuel Angil
Samuel Angil Crockett, 78, of 1100 Rose Street, died at 5:30 p.m. on the way to a Waco Hospital.
Funeral services were at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Connally Chapel. Rev. Roy L. Smith officiated, with burial in Rosemound Cemetery.
Survivors are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. T. E. Smith of 1202 Spring; two sisters Mrs. Alma O'Neal and Mrs. Delma O'Neal, both of Dallas; one brother T. A. Crockett of 1208 Spring.
Active pallbearers: J. W. Crockett, Alva Howell, Leslie Scott, Ernest Rash, Louis Rose, Floyd Blackburn.
Connally Funeral Home, 1000 Washington Ave. PL- 2-3407

Waco Times Herald
December 13, 1961

 Webb, George W.
George W. Webb, 51, of 1940 Valentine Street died at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in a Waco Hospital.
Funeral Services will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at Compton's Chapel, Rev. D.R. Hubbell officiating. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Park.
Survivors are his wife, one son, Jerry Lynn of 1940 Valentine St.; five brothers, Henry Webb of Dallas, Jack Webb of Milford, Andy Webb and Robert Webb of Waco, and Tom Webb of Groesbeck; five sisters, Mrs. Molly Curry of Mart, Mrs. Estelle Curry of Prairie Hill, Mrs. Mattie Federwitch of Riesel, Mrs. Lula Mae Tally of Houston, and Mrs. Edith Hawkins of Mexia.
Compton's Funeral Home of 1024 Austin Ave. Plaza 4-1441

MART DAILY HERALD
DECEMBER 26, 1961

 BROTHER OF MRS. GUY DAVID DIES AT FORT WORTH

Earl Jarrard, 67, of Fort Worth, former Mart resident and brother of Mrs. Guy David of Mart, died at 12:30 p.m. Monday in a hospital in that city, following a lingering illness.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Mart cemetery, with Rev. W.C. Beasley officiating, followed by a Masonic Lodge service, Littlepage in charge of arrangements.
Deceased was born and reared in Mart, leaving here at the age of seventeen.
He was a faithful member of the Baptist Church and a member of the Masonic Lodge. Friends will regret to hear of his death.
Survivors include his wife; one son Herman Jarrard of Oklahoma City, Okla.; two brothers, Ivan Jarrard of Waco and Otis Jarrard of Granbury; two sisters, Mrs. David of Mart and Mrs. N.M. Calfee of Harlingen; and four grandchildren.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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