McLennan County, Texas
June 1934

Transcribed by Sandra Van Wyk

Friday June 1, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Boy Dies of Rabies

Marlin Negro Youth Succumbs in Hospital on Friday
Marlin, June 1.
 Julius Humphreys, 10, negro, died of rabies in hospital here Friday morning. The lad, son of Lee Humphreys, bank porter who was kidnaped by Whitey Walker and Blacky Thompson during a recent robbery, was bitten by a dog three weeks ago. Medical aid was not summoned until this week, when the boy began to have convulsions; and steps to save him came too late.

Friday June 1, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 William McAninch

William G. McAninch, 78, died at his residence, 720 Turner Street, at 11:25 pm. Thursday. Funeral services were to be held at 4 p.m. Friday at
Olive Branch cemetery. Rev. W. J. Rushing officiating, buried in Olive Branch cemetery.
Surviving are his widow; five daughters, Mrs. E. L. Green of Mount Calm, Mrs. A. L. Hudgins of Prairie Hill, Mrs. W. E. Gorham, Mrs. C. P. Smith and Mrs. L. Coplinger, all of Waco; a son, J. E. McAninch of Waco; three sisters and a brother.
Pallbearers were Harry Fields, O. C. Hudgens, Arthur B. Mosley, Arthur Magee, Isaac Bradbury and Elsie Goods.

Friday June 1, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 R. R. McGlasson

Funeral services for R. R. McGlasson, 48, former Wacoan, who died at his home in Rosebud Thursday morning, were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the home of his brother, D. E. McGlasson, 543 Herring Avenue. Rev. J. M. Dawson officiating.
Surviving are his widow; a daughter Mrs. Phil Matthews, who lives three miles from Waco on the Dallas Road; four sisters, Mrs. A. L. Harlan of Waco, Mrs. J. C. Steakley of Sweetwater, Mrs. C. R. Pennington of Abilene, Mrs. F. E. Woodmanse of Dallas; four brothers, C. C. and M. C. McGlasson of Plainview, and D. E. McGlasson and John McGlasson of Waco, the latter being city attorney. Mr. McGlasson was a member of Karem Shrine temple.

Friday June 1, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 J. D. Murphy

Funeral services for J. D. Murphy, 60, resident of Hill county since 1883, who died at his home in Abbott at 3 a.m. Thursday, were held Friday at 10 a.m. at First Methodist church at Abbott. Rev. Fred Patterson officiating. Burial was in Abbott cemetery.

Friday June 1, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Nealy Pedigo
Funeral services for Nealy Pedigo, 58, who died at 2:30 a.m. Thursday at his home in Lakeview, were held Friday at 10:30 a.m. at Wilkirson-Hatch chapel, Rev. J. R. Wyatt and Rev. J. L. Walker officiating. Burial was in Stanfield cemetery.

Friday June 1, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Ends Life with Shot

Verdict of Suicide Returned in the Death of a Dublin Man Fort Worth, June 1.
 C. C. Cormany, 39 of Dublin, ended his life at the Metropolitan hotel today with a bullet from a pistol.
The coroner returned a verdict of suicide. The body was found in the man's room by a maid.
A note, addressed to Cormany's wife at Moody, Texas, was found in the room and a pistol was lying near the body.

Saturday June 2, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Harry L. Arnold

Harry L. Arnold, 1914 Gorman Avenue, died in Austin at 4:30 a.m. Saturday. Funeral services will be held at Killeen Sunday at 3:30 p.m. from the home of H. C. Smith, Rev. Everett Jones officiating. Surviving are his widow and one brother, R. M. Arnold of Gatesville. Mr. Arnold was for a long time connected with the Southwestern Drug Co.

Saturday June 2, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 C. C. Cormany

Funeral services for C. C .Cormany, 44, who died at Fort Worthy Thursday night, were to be held in Moody at 6 p.m. Saturday from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cormany. Rev. C. E. Wilkins officiating, burial in Moody cemetery. Denny and Witt in charge. Surviving Mr. Cormany, who has made his home in Dublin, are his parents, his widow; a daughter, Miss Marty Elizabeth of Carlsbad; three brothers, S. J. of Clifton, C. M. of Eddy, G. C. of Bartlett; two sisters, Mrs. Lula Lee Sebastian and Mrs. M. C. Rice of Moody.

Saturday June 2, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Robert Lee Guderian

Funeral services for Robert Lee Guderian, 25, of 909 Wood street, who died at 1:45 p.m. Friday in a hospital, were to be held at 3 p.m. Saturday from Cottonwood Baptist church, Rev. J. E. Ehrhorn officiating.
Wilkierson-Hatch in charge. Pallbearers: C. W. Hausen Jr., Walter Bremmer, Nelson Wedemeyer, Ed Kramer, Rupert Summelt, and William Marstaller, Jr.
Surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Guderian; two brothers, Adolph and Karl, all of near Lorena, and four sisters, Mrs. R. E. Sharp of Waco, Mrs. Charles Bresser of Lorena, Mrs. Fred Lampert of Chilton and Mrs. Karl Kalber of Waco.

Tuesday June 5, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Nancy Goss

Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Goss, 52, who died in a hospital at 6:30 a.m. Monday, were at Union cemetery, near Durango at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. B. T. Goodwin officiating, burial there, Compton in charge.

Tuesday June 5, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. H. R. K. Tompkins

Definite arrangements about funeral services for Mrs. H. R. K. Tompkins, the former Miss Gayley Wilkes of Waco, had not been made at noon Tuesday.

Wednesday, June 6, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Jim Rayes

Jim Rayes, 66, died at 12 midnight in a hospital. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday from Saint Francis church, Rev. Father Paul officiating, burial in Rosemound cemetery, Clark in charge. Surviving are his widow and three children.

Wednesday, June 6, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. H. R. K. Tompkins

The body of Mrs. H. R. K. Tompkins, the former Miss Gayly Wilkes, will be brought to Waco for burial Thursday, arriving at 11:30 a.m. Funeral services will be at 5 p.m. from the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Wilkes, 1608 Washington avenue, Rev. Everett Jones officiating, burial in Oakwood cemetery, Wilkirson-Hatch in charge.
Herman Olenbush Jr., Mrs Tompkins' brother-in-law, who went to Denver, Colo., on receiving news of the tragic automobile accident which Sunday cost her life and resulted in critical injuries to her husband, will accompany the body of the former Wacoan.
Pallbearers will be Walter Fort, Ben Sleeper, Charles Brazelton, Lewis Drake, Holt Massey, Allan McDonnell, Scott Hill, Charles Eubank.

Thursday, June 7, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Sam J. Evans
Mrs. Sam Jack Evens, the former Miss Mary de Graffenreid, died in Galveston at 4:15 a.m. Thursday. Funeral services will be held at Chilton at the home of Bryant Featherstone at 4 p.m. Friday, Dr. C. T. Caldwell officiating, Wilkirson-Hatch in charge. Surviving Mrs. Evans are her
husband, Sam Jack Evans, former Wacoan, now secretary of the Galveston baseball club; two children, Sam Jack Jr. adn Jary Jo; six brothers, Gayle de Graffenreid of Waco, Kin and Flem of Chilton, Earl of Dutch West Indies, Jack of Oklahoma City, and Pescharner of California; four sisters, Mrs. Don Fish of Port Townsand, Washington, Mrs. Karen Crunk of San Marcos, Miss Neil de Graffenreid of Galveston, Mrs. E. L. Fulton of Chilton. Pallbearers will be Ross Sams, Dick Holf, John B. Atkinson, Oliver McMahan of Waco, Bryant Featherstone and David de Graffenreid of Chilton.

Thursday, June 7, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Rev. John L. Murray

Rev. Father John J. Murray, C. M., 83, for the past ten years chaplain of Providence sanitarium, died in hospital at 5:30 a.m. Thursday. Funeral services will be held at Saint Joseph's church in New Orleans, of which he was at one time pastor, but arrangements are not complete. Clark is in charge. Father Murray was born in Dedham, Mass., where he leaves a sister, Mrs. Robert Simpson. Another sister, Sister Agatha, of the Carney hospital in South Boston, Mass., died several years ago. Father Murray was a member of the Congregation of the Mission since 1871, and was assigned to missions and retreats, which work he had carried on in all parts of the United States. He had been in failing health for the past five years.

Thursday, June 7, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 James R. Cloud

James R. Cloud, 51, Southern Pacific engineer, died suddenly at 10:45 a.m. Thursday at his home, 222 Cleveland avenue. Funeral arrangements are not complete, but the body will be sent to Yoakum for burial.  Wilkirson-Hatch in charge. Surviving are his widow: two brothers, Horton of Junction and Robert of Yoakum; five sisters, Mrs. Will Nelson, Mrs. George D. Young, Junction; Mrs. Margaret Harding and Mrs. Will Perrin, New Orleans; Mrs. Julia Ferguson, Caddo, Okla.

Friday, June 8, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Rinda B. Erwin

Funeral services for Mrs. Rinda B. Erwin, 69, who died at her home, 1628 North Fourth street, at 3:35 p.m. Wednesday, were held at the residence at 3 p.m. Thursday, Rev. J. B. Curry, Rev. J. W. Chisholm and Rev. Mr. Gehrig officiating. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery, Compton in charge.

Friday, June 8, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Betty Louise Miller

Betty Louise Miller, 19 months old, died in a local sanitarium at 9:30 p.m. Thursday. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller of Aquilla, who survive, as does one brother, W. T. Miller Jr. The body was sent by Clark to Aquilla Thursday night and funeral services were held
Friday afternoon at Vaughan cemetery there.

Sunday, June 10, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Murray, Father John J.

The body of Father John J. Murray, 83, chaplain of Providence sanitarium who died in that sanitarium early Thursday morning, will be sent by Clark's to New Orleans at 12:50 p.m. Sunday. Funeral services will be held in Saint Joseph's church, of which he was at one time pastor.

 Trapalina, Joe

The body of Joe Trapalina, former Wacoan, who died at 1:30 a.m. Friday at his home in Denison, was brought to Waco and funeral services will be held at the Church of the Assumption Sunday at 3:30 p.m. father Hogan officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Wilkison-Hatch in charge. The American Legion will conduct services at the grave, Mr. Trapalina being an ex-service man.
Pallbearers will be Frank Badami, Ralph Nicosia, Tom Rovello, M. Losavio, Nick Alessandro and Russell Todar.
Surviving are his widow; a son, Frank; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trapalina of Waco; two brothers, Sam and Frank of Waco; a sister, Mrs. Joe Saldino of Waco.
He had lived in Denison for the last 15 years.

 Simpson, Grover C.

Funeral services for Grover Cleveland Simpson, 38, killed in a truck accident at Granger Friday, were held at 4:30 p.m. Saturday from Compton's chapel, Rev. J. B. Curry officiating, burial in Oakwood cemetery.

 Etchison, A. R.

Funeral services for A. R. Etchison, 88, who died at home in San Benito Friday at 2 a.m. will be held at San Benito Sunday afternoon. Mr. Etchison is survived by his widow; four children, Frances, Bobbie Ruth, Diana and Alfred, all of San Benito; his mother, Mrs. Bob Etchison and two sisters, Mrs. William Hill and Mrs. Monroe Hasha, all of Waco; a brother, Horace Etchison of McAllen. His uncle, A. N. Etchison of Waco, was in San Benito at the time of his death.

 Moore, Joseph F.

Funeral services for Joseph Frank Moore, 24, fatally injured in a truck accident near Beaumont Friday, will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday from Erath church, Dr. Brooks officiating, assisted by Rev. W. P. Jones, burial in China Spring cemetery, Compton in charge. Pallbearers will be three brothers-in-law, Elmer, Cecil and Wesley Tullis, and L. O. Yank, Robert Akard and Jack Breedlove.

 Johnson, W. B. Jr.

Funeral services for William B. Johnson Jr., 10 months, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson, 310 North Twenty-first street, who died at 10:15 a.m. Saturday in the hospital, will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Compton's chapel, burial at Belton.

 Day, Fred

Funeral services for Fred Day, 78, who died Friday at 3:40 p.m. at his home in Elm Mott, will be held at his home at 3 p.m. Sunday, Rev. M. L. Rhodes and Rev. S. P. Neville officiating, burial in White Rock cemetery, Wilkirson-Hatch in charge.

 Miller, E. B.

E. B. Miller, formerly of Waco, died at 4 p.m. at his home in Dallas, according to word received here from his brother, C. R. Miller of Dallas, vice president and general manager of the Texas Textile mill here. E. B. Miller operated an overall manufacturing company here a number of years ago.
He was well known in Waco. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Fort Worth. His death followed a short illness. Surviving, besides his brother in Dallas, are another brother, Byron Miller of Dallas, also a former Wacoan; his widow; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Zook of Waco and Mrs. Lee Campbell of Fort Worth; a nephew John Cassidy, of Waco.

Monday, June 11, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Last Rites for Victim of Car

 Oswald Pursche, Killed in Accident Near Riesel Sunday, Was to Be Buried Near Perry Monday.
Funeral services for Oswald Pursche, 36, of Perry, killed in an automobile accident near Riesel at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, will be held at the home in Perry at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Compton in charge. rev. W. M. Hannusch will officiate. Interment will be in Zion cemetery.

One Dead, Three are Hurt

 Mr. Pursche was killed and three others injured when his automobile overturned on highway six. Louis Fenske, 19; Otto Pick, 24, and Herman Plagens, 25, all of Riesel, riding with Pursche, were injured, Plagens suffering a badly gashed arm.
The youths said they met another car, traveling at high speed, and were forced into the ditch.
Justice Clint Allen held inquest and said Mr. Pursche died of a fractured skull resulting from an automobile accident.
Bill Welske of Riesel brought the injured to Providence sanitarium here for treatment, but Pursche was dead when they arrived. The right side of his head was crushed. Pursche lived two miles east of Perry.

Father of Seven Children

Surviving Pursche are his widow; seven children, his mother, Mrs. Emma Pursche of Otto; four brothers, Otto, Ottomar, Othart, and Oddie Pursche, all of Otto; three sisters, Mrs. Louis Schmedthorst, Otto; Mrs. R. W. Deitrich, Mart, and Mrs. Steve Tondera, Waco.

Monday, June 11, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Loraine Haynes

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Haynes, 926 North Twelfth street, received word Monday morning ofthe death of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Loraine Haynes, 24, wife of Owen F. Haynes, in Marshall. Her husband was formerly employed by the telephone company in Waco. Funeral services will be at Marshall Tuesday.

Monday, June 11, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 T. L. Arend

T. L. Arend, 60, died Sunday night at the I. L. McGlasson home, 1540 Proctor avenue. His body was discovered Monday morning. Funeral services, in charge of Clark, are pending communication with relatives in Chicago.

Monday, June 11, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Lizzie Phillips

Mrs. Lizzie Phillips, 73, of 1916 Ross avenue, died at 2:25 a.m. Monday.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday from Tabernacle Baptist church, Rev. A. Reilly Copeland officiating. Burial at Tyler, whether the body will be sent by Compton. Surviving are three sons, Clifton of Tyler, Charley and Ray of Mart; a brother, Lawrence Rice of Baltimore, Md.; a sister, Mrs. J. M. P. Morrow of Fort Worth; four granddaughters and a grandson. Active
pallbearers will be Jim Moore, Wallace Sparks, Tom Daniels, Willie West, Robert Cooper, Henry Hall.

Monday, June 11, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Eloise Tennell

Funeral services for Eloise Tennell, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tennell, 1321 North Twelfth street, who died at 4:30 p.m Sunday at the home of her parents will be held at Compton's chapel at 5 p.m. Monday, Rev. F. M. Brooks, officiating, assisted by Rev. J. K. O'Heeron. Burial will be in Rosemound cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Dr. H. R. Dudgeon, Dr. Joe Jaworski, Leslie Stegall, George Dutton, Bill Surratt, Raymond Start, Dr. J. Riley Harris and Joe Scudder.
Surviving besides her parents, are her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Start, San Antonio. The girl was an honor student at West Junior high school and had just finished the seventh grade. Her father has for a number of years operated a cold drink and cigar stand in the basement of the courthouse.

Tuesday, June 12, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Martha Mullens

Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Ann Mullens, 68, who died Monday at 10:45 p.m. at her home, 1601 Ross avenue, were to be held Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Tabernacle Baptist church of which she was a member, with burial in Rosemound cemetery, Clark in charge. Rev. A. Reilly Copeland will officiate.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. C. Howard of Waco; a son, W. F. Mullens of Elkhart; two brothers, Bill Frazelle of Lone Oak and O. G. Frazelle of Mart; and five grandchildren.
Mrs. Mullens was born in Corsicana, moving to Mart with her parents while a small child. She had resided in Mart until she moved to Waco. She was the widow of C. R. Mullens, who died six years ago. She had been a resident of Waco for 23 years.
Active pallbearers are: Frank Parks, George T. Johnson, H. D. Hall, W. K. Hommel, W. A. West, M. F. Sewell. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Homemakers class at Tabernacle Baptist church of which Mrs. Mullens was a member.

Wednesday, June 13, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 R. S. Vaughan Dies Suddenly

Prominent Waco Abstractor and Lawyer is Stricken with Heart Attack in his office Wednesday.
R. S. Vaughan, 69, died suddenly at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday shortly after he was stricken with a heart attack in his office in the Southern Union Life building at Fifth and Washington avenue. He operated the R. S. Vaughan Abstract company, and was a lawyer.
Mr. Vaughan had lived in Waco about 45 years, and has been in the abstract business about 15 years. He lived at 2923 Ethel avenue. He was born in Tennessee, but had spent most of his life in Texas.
While the late John Baker was county clerk of McLennan county, Mr. Vaughan served under him as deputy for some time. He then moved to San Antonio, becoming claim agent for the Southern Pacific railroad with headquarters there, holding this position for about 10 years. He returned here about 20 years ago.
Mr. Vaughan's wife died April 5 of injuries she sustained in an automobile crash at the intersection of South Fifth street and the highway loop around Waco.
Surviving Mr. Vaughan are his daughter, Mrs. J. Scribner Dunne of Waco; one grandchild; two brothers, John M. Vaughan of Aquilla and Joe M. Vaughan of Comanche; four sisters, Mrs. Tennie L. Cook of St. Louis, Mrs. R. E. Cook of Waco, Mrs. T. B. Perry of West, Mrs. Mattie McFarlen of Mertens.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 5 p.m. at Central Christian church. Rev. J. K. O'Heeron officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery, Compton in charge.
Pallbearers will be A. J. Bush, Allan D. Sanford, R. V. McClain, George Clark, R. A. Wilson, J. C. Dunne, V. Davis and J. R. Nailey.

Wednesday, June 13, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Sidney Ray Sligh

Funeral services for Sidney Ray Sligh, four months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sligh of Leroy, who died at 1 p.m. Tuesday in a sanitarium, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Gerald cemetery. Clark in charge.
Surviving besides his parents are two sisters, Elizabeth Hazel and Gracie Nadine.

Wednesday, June 13, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Willard F. Anderson

The body of Willard F. Anderson, 39, who died at the Veteran's hospital Tuesday evening, was sent to San Antonio for burial Tuesday afternoon. He is survived by his widow and also his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Anderson of Mission. Wilkirson-Hatch had charge of arrangements here.

Wednesday, June 13, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Louis Martinez

Funeral services for Louis Martinez, 52, who died at his residence, 1408 Webster avenue, at 1:15 a.m. Tuesday, were held Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the mission at Fifteenth and Webster avenue. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery, Clark in charge. He is survived by his widow; his mother; seven children, two brothers, and a sister.

Thursday, June 14, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Estelle Pate

Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Thursday at Compton's chapel for Mrs. Estelle Pate, 20, who died at 8 p.m. Wednesday at her home, 1526 North Seventh street. Rev. Roy Smith officiated, and following the service the body was taken to Rosebud for burial. Surviving are her husband, R. C. Pate; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jenkins; three brothers, Alton Jenkins and Steve and Willie Heath, all of Waco; a sister, Mrs. Josephine Williams of Rosebud.

Thursday, June 14, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Bob Whitley

Funeral services for Bob Whitley, 54, who for 20 years has been an employee on the Holloway ranch 10 miles east of Waco, have not been arranged, pending word from relatives. Mr. Whitley dropped dead at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. He came here from Elkhart.
Surviving is one brother, Bailey Whitley of Lamesa. Justice Clint Allen returned an inquest verdict of death of heart failure.

Friday, June 15, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. S. A. Smith Dies at her Home in Chilton

Chilton, June 15. Mrs. S. A. Smith, 78, died at her home in Chilton last Thursday after a long illness. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Friday, Dr. B. O. Herring of Baylor university, officiating, burial in Chilton cemetery. Pallbearers were Dr. T. D. Baxter, A. L. Pitman, Davis de
Graffenreid, Gus Fariss, Walter Maples and R. E. White.
Mrs. Smith was Miss Julia Ann Jourdan, daughter of the late Judge Enoch Jourdan of Iuka, Miss. She married S. A. Smith in 1880. Six of their seven children survive: C. D. Smith of Fort Worth, Mrs. S. L. Akin of Lott, J. L. Smith, R. M. Smith, May Smith and Annie Smith of Chilton. She also leaves three grandchildren and a great-grandchild, a brother, W. F. Jourdan of Del Rio, and a sister, Mrs. L. A. McKeown of Merigold, Miss.

Friday, June 15, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 James H. Hill

J. E. Steel of 828 North Thirty-second was called to Lockesburg, Ark., on account of the death of his grandfather, Judge James H. Hill, who died in that city Wednesday night. Mr. Steel was joined in Waco by his sister and brother, Mrs. Jack Young and Harold Steel, both of Bay City, who accompanied him to Lockesburg.

Friday, June 15, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. M. A. McAdams

Mrs. Bob Smith, 506 Jefferson avenue, returned Thursday from Mosheim, where she attended the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. M. A. McAdams, who died there at 3:25 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Thursday, burial in Mosheim cemetery. She was 84 years old. Mrs. McAdams was well known in Waco.
Surviving are her husband and six children, S. J. Robertson of Comanche, Mrs. A. A. Crawford of Portales, N. M., C. L. Robertson and Mrs. W. R. Owen of Gatesville, T. D. McAdams of Ennis and W. J. McAdams of Osage. J. M. Long, 2915 Ethel avenue, is a grandson. A number of other grandchildren and great-grandchildren also survive.

Saturday, June 16, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Pioneer Waco Business Man Dies in Dallas

 Frank Adelman, 74, for 45 Years a Merchant in This City, Succumbs on Saturday Frank Adelman, 74, for 45 years a merchant in Waco and prominent in the Jewish life of this city, died in a Dallas hospital early Saturday morning following an operation.
The body will be forwarded to this city tonight for burial, although funeral arrangements have not yet been made.
Mr. Adelman came to this city shortly after 1888, and some 25 years before that deserted his native country, Russia, for America.
Besides his widow, Mr. Adelman is survived by five children: three daughters, Misses Lena and Ida of Waco, and Mrs. Edith Pines of Kansas City; two sons, P. L. Adelman of Waco and I. B. Adelman of Fort Worth. In addition there are four grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Max Philipson and Maurice Ullman of Dallas, L. Fred, S. Chazanow, I. Goodman and M. Cohen. Honorary pallbearers will be L. Migel, Frank Baldwin, Dr. W. S. Witte, A. Berkman, J. A. Hayman, W. W. Naman, A. M. Goldstein, Joe Snaman and Elie Gilbert and Abe Gilbert of Fort Worth.

Sunday, June 17, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Ailman, Charles

Funeral services for Charles Ailman, 61, who died in a sanitarium at 10:30 a.m. Friday, will be held at Clark's drawing room Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. A. J. Holt officiating. Burial will be in Rosemound cemetery.

 Maya, A. C.

A. C. Maya, 52 died in a sanitarium at 6 a.m. Sunday. His home was on Waco route 7. Funeral services were held at 5 p.m. Saturday at Rosemound cemetery, Rev. Mr. Porter officiating. Clark had charge. He is survived by three sons and two daughters.

Monday June 18, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mathew H. Andrews

Funeral services for Mathew H. Andrews, 46, who died at a local sanitarium Sunday morning, await the arrival of a son from Colorado. Mr. Andrews is survived by his widow and five sons, Harry Andrews of Manitou Colorado, L. G., Frank, Bill and Emmet of Waco. He also is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mattie E. Andrews of Port Arthur; one brother, C. N. Andrews of Fort Worth, and a half-brother, W. F. Anders of Port Arthur and one sister of San Antonio. Compton has charge.

 Miss Annie Graves

Funeral services for Miss Annie Graves, 84, who died at the home of J. H. Wheeler, seven miles out on the Axtell road, at 7 p.m. Saturday, were held from the Bellmead Baptist church, with Rev. F. E. Kirchner, officiating.
She is survived by one nephew, J. D. Colvin of Blum. She was interred in the Moore cemetery. Compton in charge.

 Mrs. Carrie Whatley

Four grandsons of Mrs. Carrie Whatley, 77, who died Sunday at 11 a.m. were pallbearers at funeral services held for her Monday at 10 a.m. from Compton's chapel, Rev. W. W. Melton officiating. They were Whatley Horton of Dallas, Horace, Wilmer and Cecil Horton of Waco. Mrs. Whatley, widow of Dr. H. E. Whatley, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emmie Horton, 714 South Fifth. Besides her daughter and four grandsons, two sisters, Mrs. Dora Hodges of San Angelo and Mrs. Annie Touchstone of Jacksboro, and two great-grandsons survive. Interment was at Oakwood.

 S. M. Kirkpatrick

Members of the J. H. Gurley Masonic lodge, of which he had been a member for more than 30 years, had charge at the grave in funeral services for S. M. Kirkpatrick, Sunday at 5 p.m., following his death Saturday morning.
Interment was in Oakwood cemetery, Compton in charge, following funeral services at Mr. Kirkpatrick's home, 1800 Washington Avenue, with Rev. Gid J. Bryan, pastor of First Methodist church, officiating. Mr. Kirkpatrick, prominent furniture man of Waco for years, had been a member of the First Methodist board of stewards.

Tuesday, June 19, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Sam L. South

Funeral services for Sam L. South, who died in a local sanitarium at 12:30 a.m. Monday were held at Compton's chapel Tuesday at 10 a.m. Rev. Mr. Howard, pastor of Herring Avenue Christian church, officiating. Burial was at Smithville.

 Mrs. K. Sheppard

Funeral services were to be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Calvary Baptist church for Mrs. Katherine Sheppard, 36, who died at the family resident, 1717 Trice Avenue, Monday afternoon. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery, Lee undertakers of McGregor in charge. Mrs. Sheppard was the daughter of Mrs. Sim Sheppard, whose husband died about two years ago.

 S. H. Adams

Funeral services for S. H. Adams, 87, who died at his home in Lubbock Sunday, were to be held at Riesel Baptist church at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Rev. Mr. Easter and Re. Mr. Pugh officiating. Burial was to be in Riesel cemetery.
The body was brought to Waco at 4 a.m. Tuesday and was taken to Compton's chapel, from where it was taken to Riesel for the services.

 Barbara Ann Welch

Funeral services for Barbara Ann Welch, 6-weeks-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch of Crawford, who died in a sanitarium Monday at 9:35 a.m., were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Wilkirson-Hatch chapel. Rev. W. W. Melton officiating. The body was taken to Harris Creek cemetery for burial.

Wednesday, June 20, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mathew H. Andrews

Funeral services for Mathew H. Andrews, 46, of 1722 North Thirteenth street, who died Sunday in a sanitarium, were held Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Compton's chapel. Rev. A. J. Holt, officiating.

 John L. Hammack

John L. Hammack died at 6 a.m. at his home in Terrell. Funeral services will be held at Jonesboro Thursday, the time not set. The body will arrive in Waco Wednesday night and will be taken to Jonesboro by Compton Thursday.
Surviving are four brothers, J. W. Hammack of Waco, Warren, Andrew and Stony Hammack of Ireland, Texas; three sisters, Mrs. R. O. Freeman of Waco, Mrs. Louie Taylor of Robert Lee and Miss Sallie Hammack of Ireland.

 R. C. Evans

R. C. Evans, 44, died at 2:30 a.m. Wednesday at Wichita Falls. The body will arrive in Waco today and funeral services will be held at Compton's chapel Thursday at 5 p.m. Rev. J. W. Chisholm will officiate. Interment will be made at Oakwood. Mr. Evans is survived by one daughter, Miss Louise Evans of Waco; his mother, Mr. W. F. Evans of Jewett; four sisters, Mrs. W.
T. Deckees and Mrs. L. Williams, both of Jewett, Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Maude Blackmon, both of Waco.
Active pallbearers will be Bush Lane, John Bryant, Irvin Ledenham, J. D. McDaniel, Rufus Cochran, Edgar Simonton.

 J. W. Reveale

J. W. Reveale, 79, of Rosebud, brother-in-law of Mrs. F. A. DuPriest of Waco, died at his home at midnight Tuesday. Funeral will be held at First Baptist Church at Rosebud at 10 o'clock Thursday morning and burial will be in Powers Chapel cemetery, six miles east of Rosebud. He is survived by his widow and one sister.

 Lawrence C. Mitchell

Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. for Lawrence C. Mitchell, 83, who died at a local sanitarium at 11 a.m. Tuesday. He is survived by five children, B. Mitchell of Ada, Okla, Walter Mitchell of Moody, Joe Mitchell of Wadsworth, George Mitchell of San Antonio, and Miss Alice Mitchell of Waco. Clark had charge of the funeral.

 Mrs. M. Witliff

Funeral services were held Wednesday in Corpus Christi for Mrs. M. Witliff, 90, grandmother of three Wacoans. She is survived by her husband and three sons, Robert Witliff of Corpus Christi, H. A. Witliff of Dallas, A. H. Witliff of Tyler and T. H. Witliff of Cleveland, Ohio; two granddaughters, Mrs. Annie Turner and Miss Laura Witliff, and a grandson, A. H. Witliff, all of Waco.

 Mrs. H. L. Lindsey

Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. in Greenwood cemetery for Mrs. H. L. Lindsey, who died at her home in Dallas. Rev. A. J. Holt officiated, Compton ahd charge of services. She is survived by two sons, Harry and Leonard; one daughter, Miss Alice Dale Lindsey, all of Dallas. Pallbearers were Ed Teagle, Davis Hill, John Ragsdale, Ed Lane, W. W. Taylor and Clyde McMahan.

Thursday, June 21, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 John L. Hammack

Funeral services for John L. Hammack, who died in Terrell at 6 p.m. Tuesday, were held in Jonesboro at 1 p.m. Thursday, with burial in Jonesboro cemetery. The body was brought to Waco Wednesday night and was taken by Compton to Jonesboro Thursday.

 Charles S. Summey

Charles Samuel Summey, aged 71, died at his residence in Lorena at 1 a.m. Thursday. Funeral services will be from the chapel of Compton's Funeral home at 4 p.m. Thursday with Rev. W. W. Melton officiating, interment in Robinson cemetery. Surviving are the widow and two sons, Monroe and Colquitt Summey, both of Waco; five daughters, Mrs. Hugh Haygood of Downsville, Mrs. K. E. Cantrell of Belton, Mrs. J. D. Mitchell of Lorena, Mrs. E. F. Williams of Waco, Mrs. T. J. Bennett of Waco; also two sisters and a brother who reside in Georgia. Pallbearers will be W. R. McAdams, W. H. McBroyer, Cecil Franklin, Robert O. Barnon and Holy Bright.

Friday, June 22, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Waco's Oldest Resident Dies

 I. Adams, 107, Who Had Resided in This City for at Least 75 years, was born in Russia.
I. Adams, 107 years old, Waco's oldest resident and probably the oldest person in this part of the state, died Thursday night at 9:15 at his home, 812 North Fourth street.
Mr. Adams passed away suddenly, having been active all the later years of his life until Wednesday, when he became suddenly ill. He was born in Russia, but it could not be learned just when he came to the United States.
He had lived in Waco at least 75 years, though the definite length of his residence was not known by relatives.
Mr. Adams was in active business until the age of 90, when he retired. He operated for several years a soda water wagon in the days when horse drawn vehicles were more numerous than automobiles. He read and wrote without the aid of glasses and never owned a pair in his life.
He is survived by seven children, and a conservative estimate of his descendants was placed by relatives at 135. He is survived by several great-great-grandchildren.
Surviving children are Mrs. Bess Resnich of Watertown, Wis.; Mrs. Abe Novich and Mrs. Louis Gorin of Waco, Daniel Adams of Waco, Mose Adams of Tulse, Okla., Mrs. Max Goldberg of Fort Worth, and Mrs. J. Gollob of Houston.
Funeral services, in charge of Wilkirson-Hatch, will be held Sunday, definite arrangements not yet completed.
Pallbearers will be J. M. Rosenberg, A. Rubinsky, I. Chodorow, Isador Ellis, Barney Goldberg, J. Greenspan.
Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Aubrey Goodman, L. Levy, S. Genecov, Herman Levy, L. Genecov, Abe Rosenberg, Abe Berlowitz, S. Chazanow, I. Genecov, L. Lipshitz, Joe Snaman, Abe Berkman, Sidney Haber, Jack Sanger, A. Ruble, L. Fred, B. Levinson, L. Goodman, Z. Hoppenstein, Max Siegel, A. Werner, Max Hoppenstein, Morris Rubinsky, F. Lipinsky, Joe Reed, L. Migel, D. Spiro, F. Chazanow, Harry Daum, C. Levy, Asher Sanger, Julius Berkman, N. Suravitz, A. Wizig, Frank Handelman of Marlin, George Schwartz of Malone, Harold Goodman of Dallas.

 L. M. May

Funeral services for L. M. May, 59, who was found dead in bed at his home, 925 Clay avenue, Thursday at 3:45 p.m. when two of his friends called to investigate his failure to answer the telephone, will be held at Compton's chapel at 10 a.m. Saturday, Rev. John Threadkill officiating.
Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery.
Pallbearers will be B. H. Adams, Bill Kimble, R. C. Kilgore, A. Monroe, Robert Fowler, Abe Rosenberg.  Mr. May apparently had been dead for about 30 minutes when the body was found. The body was found by R. C. Kilgore and A. Monroe, who went to Mr. May's house to investigate his failure to answer the telephone when Monroe called from the filing station at Eighth and Clay avenue, where Kilgore is an employee.
Mr. May was lying on the bed, his shoes and shirt removed as if he had intended to take a nap. Justice of the Peace Clint Allen returned an inquest verdict of death by natural causes.
Mrs. May was visiting in Mount Calm at the time of her husband's death.
Besides his widow he is survived by a son and daughter, V. O. May of Overton and Mrs. Kirk Sebastian of San Antonio; by his twin brother, Johnny May of Temple, and by two other brothers, Edward of Little River and Asa of Cameron; by seven sisters, Mrs. Laura King of Denison, Mrs. Cora Wing and Mrs. Lula Hays of Cameron, Mrs. Nora Greer of Gonzales, Mrs. Effie Sharp of Temple, and two sisters in California. Two grandchildren also survive.
Mr. May was a barber, being employed in a shop at 805 Clay avenue. He had gone to his shop early Thursday afternoon, but returned to his home.

Saturday, June 23, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. Mary Killough
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary McMullen Killough, 82, widow of R. B. Killough, who died at her home, 616 Sleeper place, at 2:45 p.m. Thursday, were held at First Presbyterian church Friday at 5 p.m., Dr. C. T. Caldwell officiating. Compton had charge.
Pallbearers were T. M Sleeper, F. Hugh Scales, Dr. H. B. Stiles, T. M. Gribble, George Jones, James Brodie, A. C. Patton and Dr. I. E. Colgin.
Elders of First Presbyterian church were honorary pallbearers.

I. Adams

Funeral services for I. Adams, 107, Waco's oldest resident, who died at his home, 812 North Fourth street, at 9:15 p.m. Thursday, will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. at the home. Rabbi Charles Blumenthal and Rabbi S. Levy officiating. Burial will be in Agudath Jacob cemetery. Wilkirson-Hatch in charge.

 Mrs. Ollie O. Burks

Funeral services for Mrs. Ollie O. Burks, 55, who died at her home at Ocee Friday at 12:15 p.m. after a long illness, were held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Shiloh Baptist church, Rev. Mr. Allen officiating. Burial was in Crawford cemetery, Compton in charge.
Surviving are her husband, A. L. Burks; four daughters, Mrs. J. A. Roland Jr. of Crawford, Misses Catherine, Mildred, and Eva Lou Burks of Ocee; four brothers and five sisters.
Mrs. Burks had lived in Ocee for 30 years.

Sunday, June 24, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

In Memoriam

 Mrs. Mary McMullen Killough, born in Tuskegee, Ala., March 23, 1852, came to Waco with her parents in 1872. Her young ladyhood was spent here and she soon became very active in life of the community. In her church, the Old School Presbyterian, of which she was a member from early childhood, she was active in many of its interests. She taught in the Sunday school and took part in all departments of the women's work. It was ever her joy to be of service whenever needed. In the social life of Waco at that time she was one of the leaders over a long period of years. She was a valuable worker in the various intellectual and patriotic societies of Waco. She married R. B. Killough, one of the leading merchants of the city, in 1876. They established a home here which was one of happiness and hospitality in which she lived 47 years. Of this union two children were born, Minnie M. and Robert M. Killough, both of whom were with their parents all through their lives. Mr. Killough died in 1919 and rests in Oakwood where she now rests.
Strong, wise and true -- she was gentle and kind,
With sterling qualities of heart and mind.
"More blessed 'tis to give than to receive"
Her motto was: sorrows did she oft relieve,
Pity and mercy dwelt within her heart.
Love in all the joys and ills of life had part;
And those who knew her noble charity
Feel joy is hers through all eternity.
And we who loved and saw her day by day
In busy throng or humbly kneel to pray
Are better for her having lived on earth,
And must rejoice at her heavenly birth.
We pray to God to heal the hearts that bleed,
Let them feel that heaven for her soul had need,
That they, and we whose hearts are grieved and sore
Shall meet her where sad partings are no more.

Monday, June 25, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 W. C. Horne

Funeral services for W. C. Horne, 72, formerly of Waco, who died at his home in Hamilton at 11 a.m. Sunday, were held in Hamilton Monday at 4 p.m. at the Baptist church. Burial was in Hamilton, with the Masonic lodge in charge of services.
Surviving are his widow; five daughters and two sons, Mrs. A. E. Beard and Sam Horne of Waco, Mrs. L. L. Sanders of Yoakum, Mrs. Laura Camdron of Dallas, Mrs. Emmit Hill, Mrs. J. A. Grimm and Ed Horne of Hamilton.

 Mrs. Myra K. Sheppard

Funeral services for Mrs. Myra Kirkland Sheppard, widow of the late Sim Sheppard, who died at her home, 1717 Trice avenue, at 11 p.m Sunday after a long illness, were to be held at 5 p.m. Monday at the home, Rev. A. N. Porter and Rev. A. J. Holt officiating. Burial was to be in Oakwood cemetery with Lee undertakers of McGregor in charge.
Mrs. Sheppard was born Dec. 5, 1858, in Mississippi, moving to Texas after the Civil war. She had lived in Waco and in this vicinity for 60 years. A daughter, Mrs. Katherine Sheppard, died Monday of last week.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Sam Eckles and Mrs. W. R. Moncrief of Waco, and Mrs. A. L. Lee of McGregor; four sons, A. D. Sheppard of Wingate, Sim Sheppard of Lawton, Okla., R. W. Sheppard of Fort Worth and John Sheppard of Santa Monica, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and two
Pallbearers were to be Chris Reesing, Lewis Kirkland, Ed Boyd, Neil Foster, Billie Kirkland, and Dick Sheppard.

 A. H. Hooper

A. H. Hooper, 72, resident of Waco for many years, died in a local sanitarium at 4 a.m. Monday. His home was at 1916 Morrow avenue.
Mr. Hooper was born in Wharton county. He was formerly a resident of Lorena for a number of years, but had been in Waco for about 34 years.
During his residence here he was a conductor with the M.-K.-T. railroad and 34 years of employment with this railroad would have been completed Tuesday.
He was on the Waco-Stamford run.
Funeral services will be held at Compton's chapel Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and burial will be in Lorena cemetery. Rev. J. P. Love of Cameron will officiate at the services.
Pallbearers will be six nephews, Elkin Lawson, Joel Hooper, Horace Hooper, Claude Crow, Charles Hooper and Alex Hooper.
Surviving Mr. Hooper are his widow; two brothers, Will Hooper of Waco and Claude Hooper of Lorena; two sisters, Mrs. A. B. Crow of Lacy and Mrs. Lee Lawson of Lorena.

Tuesday, June 26, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 Mrs. C. Payne Morris

Funeral services for Mrs. Cordelia Payne Morris, 91, were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Early. Rev. J. P. Love officiated. The body was sent to Houston and burial will take place in the Glenwood cemetery there. Clark had charge.

 Ed McCullough
Former Texas Dies at his home in St Louis, MO

Funeral services for Ed McCullough, who passed away at his home in St. Louis Saturday evening at 6:15 o'clock after a brief illness were held at the Adams Funeral home in Marlin at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial was in Cavalry cemetery.
Surviving are his wife of St. Louis, three sisters, Mrs. J. A. Mercer of Chilton, Mrs. Sara Flood of Travis and Mrs. Mary Martin of Marlin.

Wednesday, June 27, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 J. F. Boothe

Funeral services for J. F. Boothe, 54, who died suddenly at his home, 1911 Webster avenue, Tuesday, were to be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Rosemound cemetery, Rev. Roy Smith officiating. Clark in charge.

 Claude B. May

Claude B. May, 48, died at his residence, 3115 North Twenty-seventh street, Wednesday morning at 1:45 o'clock from a heart attack. He is survived by his widow; one brother, R. L. May of Yarnaby, Okla.; three sisters, Mrs. W. L. Edens of Granberry, Mrs. Alice Pugh of Ranger and Mrs. Annie Tiner of Oklahoma. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon and burial will be made in Rosemound cemetery with Compton's in charge.

Thursday, June 28, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Claude B. May

Funeral services for Claude B. May, 48, who died at his residence, 3115 North Twenty-seventh street, at 1:45 a.m. Wednesday, were held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the home, Rev. John Fuller of Hillsboro officiating, burial in Rosemound cemetery. Compton in charge. Pallbearers were R. L. Hickerson, Clarence Reid, Felix Tate, H. N. Harris, Tom McFee, and Judd Williams.

 Jack Collier

Funeral services for Jack Collier of Donna, nephew of B. B. Lindsey of Waco, who died in a San Antonio hospital Wednesday at 10 a.m. of a broken neck suffered when he fell from a diving board at San Marcos Monday, were to be held at the Lindsey home, 601 Dyer avenue, at 4 p.m. Thursday, Rev. Turner Hewitt officiating, burial in Oakwood cemetery.

 R. Houston Norman

Randolph Houston Norman, 76, of 1700 South Eighth street, died Thursday at 10:20 a.m. Funeral services, with Wilkirson-Hatch in charge will take place Friday at 10 a.m., with Rev. Gaston Hartsfield officiating. Survivors are his widow and three daughters, Mrs. R. H. Allison of Pennsylvania, Miss Fay Norman and Miss Houston Norman of Waco. Mr. Norman was a citizen of Waco for 30 years.

 Joe Levi

Funeral services for Joe Levi, 68, of Austin, father of three Wacoans, who died suddenly at Taylor at 7 p.m. Wednesday, were held at Austin Thursday. Surviving him are M. C. and Herman Levy and Mrs. Harry Daum of Waco, and Mrs. Morris Levy of Taylor. The Wacoans left for Taylor Wednesday afternoon on hearing of their father's illness.

Saturday, June 30, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

 W. W. Hammer

Funeral services for W. W. Hammer, 74, pioneer Texan, who died at his home in Mart at 3:50 a.m. Friday, were to be held at the residence Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., Rev. A. C. Donath officiating, burial in Mart cemetery, Compton in charge.
Mr. Hammer is survived by his widow; three sons, S. W. of California, J. C. of Mart, R. C. of Washington; two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Gilliam of Mart, and Mrs. John L. Vaughn of Lubbock two foster-children, S. A. Carter of Waco, Mrs. J. T. Yeargin of Wichita Falls; a brother, W. R. Hammer of Albany, and a sister, Mrs. N. C. Ashworth of Canton.

 Mrs. Geo. Morrison

Funeral services for Mrs. George Morrison, 33, were held at the First Baptist church of Itasca, with Rev. Mr. Anderson officiating. She died suddenly Wednesday morning. She is survived by her husband and four children, a 5-months-old daughter, Jane Elizabeth, and three sons, Billy, Edwards and Charles. Mrs. R. M. Redd of 4A Hackberry street, Waco, an aunt of Mrs. Morrison, attended the funeral.

 Mrs. W. P. Hood

Funeral services for Mrs. W. P. Hood, 80, formerly of Waco, were held Friday at 3 p.m. in Center Point, where Mrs. Hood's husband, who once conducted a hardware business there, is buried. Mrs. Hood died at her home in Austin Thursday at 2:15 a.m. Her brother, J. M. Killough of 828 South Fifth street, Waco, was with her at the time of her death. Surviving are three children, Newton Hood and Mrs. R. L. Thompson of Austin, and Morris Hood of Comfort; also a brother besides the one in Waco, Sam Killough of San Antonio.

 A. Q. Pierce

Funeral services for Patrolman A. Q. Pierce, 57, of 899 North Eighth street, who died suddenly while on his way to work at 10:45 Thursday night when stricken with a heart attack, will be held some time Sunday afternoon. Compton is in charge.
Survivors are his widow and two sons, William A. Pierce of Waco and George Marvin Pierce of Rutherford, N.J., also two brothers and two sisters.

 Dean T. Sisco

The body of Dean T. Sisco, 36, who died Friday at Sentinel, Okla., after an emergency operation for appendicitis, will arrive here Sunday at 11:45 a.m. and funeral services will be held at Seventh and James Street Baptist church, probably at 3 p.m. Monday with Rev. W. W. Melton officiating, Compton in charge. He was a brother of Jack Sisco of Denton, former Baylor football player, and W. C. Sisco of route 8, Waco, and son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sisco of 1905 South Tenth street, and a nephew of City Tax Collector Tom Hollon. He is survived by his widow and a child of Fort Worth. Mr. Sisco had been away from Waco four years. He and his brother, W. C. Sisco, had been doing gin repair work in Sentinel.

 Mrs. Meyer Adams

Funeral services for Mrs. Meyer Adams, 65, who died at her home, 1805 North Ninth street, at 1 p.m. Friday, will be held Sunday at the residence at 10:30 a.m. with Rabbi Charles Blumenthal and Rabbi S. Levy officiating, Wilkirson-Hatch in charge. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Kleiman; a son, Abe Adams; two grandchildren, Harold and Richard Kleiman of Waco, and two sisters and a brother of Los Angeles.
Honorary pallbearers are A. W. Werner, M. C. Levy, Harry Daum, Manuel Fleiman of Wolch, La., Sam Genecov, Isaac Genecov, Louis Genecov, Frank Chazanow, B. R. Goldberg, I. Israel, G. C. Thomsen, Waldo Woodard, H. H. Webb, Robert Murphy, C. Chazanow, Louis Lipshitz, Gibson Gayle, Jake Berkman, Alex Sanger, J. Englander, A. H. Dunierizt, Isodor Ellis, L. Ellis, B. Tobolowsky.

Friday, June 29, 1934
Waco Times-Herald

Swim in River Takes One Life

 Vernon Trice Carter, 21, Chalk Bluff, Suffers a Broken Neck When Diving into Shallow Water
The first river fatality of the summer season near Waco occurred Thursday when Vernon Trice Carter, 21, of Chalk Bluff, broke his neck in a dive into shallow water in the Brazos 15 miles south of Waco. The injury was suffered at 10 a.m. He died in a hospital at 9:15 p.m. Mr. Carter fell out of a boat, came ashore, and then dived back into the river, striking bottom and fracturing the fifth and sixth cervical vertebrae. Brown's ambulance brought him to Waco.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at Hallsburg Methodist church, Rev. Mr. Martin officiating, Clark in charge. Pallbearers were Homer Campbell, E. T. Love, Alfred Neal, Burt McCarroll, Efrom Neely and Ross Morgan.
Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carter; four brothers, Leslie, James, Chester and Thomas Lewis; three sisters, Mrs. Sadie Hill, Miss Thelma and Miss Gladys Carter, all of the Chalk Bluff vicinity.
This site designed and maintained by .
Copyright 2005.