McLennan County, Texas
July 1919


WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JULY 2, 1919
WEDNESDAY


 FUNERAL OF LITTLE GIRL

The funeral of Dalton Mae Sparks, aged 6 years, who died Tuesday afternoon at the home of her parents in Gholson, took place Wednesday afternoon, interment being made in the Gholson cemetery. The little girl was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sparks.

WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JULY 07, 1919
MONDAY

 OTTO P WELLE TO BE BURIED MONDAY

The funeral of Otto P. Welle, who died in Denver, Colo., July 3, will be held at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon in the chapel of the Puckett Undertaking company.  Dr. J.M. Dawson, pastor of the First Baptist Church will officiate with burial at Oakwood cemetery.  The pall bearers will be Mart Welle, R.E. Mailander, W. Milberger, H.J. Stricker, Wil Teitz and T.W. Woytek.  Besides his wife, Mr. Welle is survived by one little daughter, Elizabeth; four brothers, Gus Welle of Leroy; Rudolph and George Welle of Waco, and Julius Welle of Oakland, Calif., and by three sisters, Mrs. Louis Helmcamp of Oakland, Col., Mrs. Sorrell of Corpus Christi, and Mrs. Paul Maaz Jr. of Sugarland, Texas.

WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JULY 09, 1919

 FUNERAL MRS. PETERSON TOOK PLACE THURSDAY

One of the largest attended funerals ever held in Waco was that of Mrs. A.J. Peterson, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.  Dr. C.T. Caldwell, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiated at the family residence, 1308 North Fifteenth.  Interment was in Park Lawn cemetery.  The grave was banked with flowers as  a tribute from the many friends of the family.

 FUNERAL MRS. AUBREY TO BE HELD THURSDAY MORNING AT 10:30

Ten-Thirty Thursday morning has been set as the time for the funeral services of Mrs. Zoe Rodman Aubrey, wife of Hon. Llewllyn  Aubrey.
Postponement was made to the time to permit the arrival of Mrs. Aubrey's sister, Miss Agnes Rodman, Milan, Ohio.  Miss Rodman arrived at 1:30 Wednesday afternoon.  The funeral services will be held in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, with Dr. W.P. Witsell officiating. The body will be shipped by the Puckett Undertaking company to Milan, Ohio.


WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JULY 10, 1919

 LEE FUNERAL TO BE FRIDAY AT 4

Four o'clock Friday afternoon has been set for the funeral services of E.F. Lee, Edgefield carpenter who died suddenly Wednesday morning.The Masons will officiate at the family residence, 1605 River street, interment at Oakwood cemetery.


WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JULY 14, 1919

 FORMER WACOAN DIED SUNDAY AT LAKE WORTH

Charles H. Philippi, formerly with R.T. Dennis & company here, but recently of Lake Worth, died Sunday night at Lake Worth.  Mr. Philippi's connection began with the Dennis furniture interests some sixteen years ago as a salesman here, and as an assistant to Mr. Wigley of the Dallas store.  He left the company about eight years ago and has since been traveling out of Fort Worth.  He was about 51 years of age.  Besides his wife, Mr. Philippi is survived by five children and a sister, Mrs. De Val of New Orleans.  The funeral will be held at San Antonio Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.


WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JULY 15, 1919

 MANY PRESENT MONDAY FUNERAL H. A. BRIDGES

The funeral of Henry A. Bridges took place at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon from the First Baptist Church, Rev. John G. Kimball officiating. The latter paid an eloquent tribute to the life and virtues of Mr. Bridges, who was one of the best known pharmacists in Texas.  As a tribute to their beloved coworkers, all of the retail drug stores in Waco were closed Monday afternoon from 4:30 to 6, the Old Corner drug store, of which Mr. Bridges was assistant manager, remaining closed all day Monday.  Many followed the remains to their last resting place in Oakwood, and the floral tributes were exceptionally beautiful.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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