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Page Eight Korrvillo Mountain Sim RECOVERY appears possible for Bruce Craft, left, who received a kidney transplant from his sister, Mrs. Prances Frnklch. The surgery took place in the Purkltuie Hospital In Dallas two weeks ago, nml both ore rccupcrnllng nicely. Friends have made collections to help dcfrny the expenses. W. M. Wheless The last rites for W. M. "Ffehback WhcJess, 78, of Houston were held THiesday in Houston. He passed away Sunday after a two weeks illness. He was a former resident of Kerrvll'le, the son of the late Judge and Mrs. J. S. Wheless. He was the owner of Pot Luck Ranch and later developed Mary Meadc Ranch. He was a successful oil operator and had many business interests. He is survived by his wife, tire former Mamie Heinen; two children, Mrs. BUI Powell and Meade Wheless of Houston and Hunt; one sister, Mrs. George Bellman of Kerrville >and two brothers, Sidney Wheless of Mountain Home and Randolph Wheless of Houston. Luther Claxton Luther Claxton, 88, died Wednesday in the Veterans Administration Hospital. Funeral services are pending at the Plum- mcr-Fair Funeral Home at press time. Have friends who arc planning to retire? Send them a copy of the Kerrville Mountain Sun, and we'll wager they move to Kerrville. (AdT.) Harry E. Hape Funeral rites for Harry E. Hope, 81, of 213 Oaruthers, was held Wednesday morning in the Chapel of the Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home In Houston with Masonic service graveside in the Forest Park Cemetery. He died Sunday in the Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital. Kerrville Funera] Home was in charge of (he local arrangements. A resident of Houston 40 years before moving here nine years ago, he was a retired sales representative for Resnor Mamt • factuning Co. He was born April 14, 1890 in Topeka, Kansas. He was a veteran of World War T, member of the American Legion, West University Lodge No. 1292 AF&AM, the Houston Consistory and Arabia Temple Shrine. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Harry E. Hope Jr., of Dallas and Roy E. Hope of Houston; six grandcMdnen and one great grandchild. Mrs. C. C.-Guinn Funeral rites are pending for Mrs. C. C. Guinn, 74, at the Kerrville Funeral Home. She died Wednesday morning. MUMS for Your Sweetheart to Wear to the ball game. —Serving You Since 1897- Mosty's Nursery & Flower Shop 2202 Memorial Boulevard CL 7-7474 September 9, 1971 f , OflKan, M, rf W Scott, tH«! ffetwtfefy In 9M Peterson ffcspM TW»ry Wi* cvwrtttg fn tne Purterol fltofne m tff§ NuBro Dniftc (Mwlle Chwdt wWt Rev, Joe Lope* officiating. tntemUBnt was Ifi tfte Sfotmtelfl View Cemetery. He was bom Sept, 27, l&M in Pretfoffcltsbtirt and had Itos! here SO years, tfe was a janitor at Sehretoer InsHtute, • Surviving ««s Ms wife; seven tfawgtoers, Ufa. Ltwy flere*, Mrs. Gtorin Castillo, Mm. BIlM- tath Bsptnosa and Miss Card Dtinan, dl of KeitviJle, Mrs Lota CoUazo of WteWto flfllls, Mrs. Eva Davila of Ausflfi and Mrs. Jtifltvlta SHwas of Weasan- ton; four sons, Henry, Fernando and Adrian, all of Korrville and Damtan Jr., of Port Worth and 26 grandchildren, Mrs. Sam Mills Funeral services tor Mrs. Sam Nancy Mills, 72, of 6i9 Paschal were <h6ld Tuesday morndng in the BuMiet Chapel Methodist Church wWi Rev. E. L. Hanrison and Rev. E. T. Fuller officiating. Interment was In the Waelder Cemetery under the direction of the Plummer- Fah- Funeral Home. She died Friday at the Town House. Living in Kerrville Since 1954, she was bom Dec. 5, 1898 in Waelder. Survivors include her husband; four daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Cashaw of Kerrville, Mrs. Jane Truscutt of Los Angeles, California; Mrs. Maybell Hardaway and Mrs. Annie Bell Walker, both of San Antonio: four sons, Jesse and Billie, both of Kerrville, and Herman and Sam Jr., both of San Angdo; four brothers, Max Burton cf San Antonio, William Burton. Austin Burton and Steven Burton, all of Waelder; 25 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. _ 4. _ . Mrs. J. C. Taylor Funeral rites for Mrs. J. C. Taylor, 68, were held Sept. 2 in the Plummer-Fair Chapel with Rev. E. . Q, Bishop .officiating." She died August 31 1n "the Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital. In- torement was in the Garden of Memories. She was born in Maybank July 12, 1903 and had lived here the past 19 years. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Among the survivors are her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Kenneth M. Miller of Edmunds, Wash.; Mrs. Mack T. Rogers of Hamilton, Mrs. Charles M. Land of Dirrandtt; one son, John C. Taylor of Escondido, OaJif.; a brother, Boyd F, Robinson of Tyler; 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Jack Matson Jack Matson died suddenly at his home in San Antonio Wednesday morning. Funeral services are pending at press time at the Southside Funeral Home in San Antonio, Former resident of Kerrville, he was employed at the B°n Franklin Store and his wife, Bettie, was a nurses supervisor at the Sid Peterson Hospital. SPECIALTY ... OF THE HOUSE! Our specialty of the house is finance. And, our specialty in financing is houses! We ,can help you make the house of your choice into the home of your dreams. Whether you want to buy or build, we can help you v/ith your plans. Come see us. We're home loan specialists, Try our specialty! Hill Country SAVINGS & loan Association "turn u»v , 6* Pi eftfflitf ft. RviHttrt, IT, of f88!f AraHfflftKJTO Sflff AtMHWro, held wStwKsstey 'fttOfflifrtg, in R»y Akets Pmwai itew el wtfft fc»v. eras** ffiftldtt of. fictetlwg. fntttiwsht was to p»rf Saftt tfmtStoh Nfotfenal Cemetery, She tiled Satufttay. She witt fee rememfoepett as the former Miss Mwnle fr. Smalley in Kerfvflle. She had tlved hi San Antento si years <wd was « member trf the Aliens Bftpttel Chun*. She Is survived by her husband; one daughter, Maty Catherine Evertoart; her mother, M«, Martha Smallcy, all of San Afltoftto and one bfother, Bay W. Smatfey Jr., of Austin. Save |l,20 • ycnr by aubucrlb- fffg Ift OH K«ttv«le Mountain Sun by will (Adv.) Lawrence Crarve hfmtewe Jfiftws Qten*. ft?, of W Wle, dterf roifcy tire sfcf fn BfWhufWt lit scSrvfasi wet* Cfiitfefi with pftol, frowal the frtwliy Dr. LeflH 8. ing followed by Mtmftlc files condirdted by tMe Kettvlfte Lodge No. 697 AF&ASf, the rettefns were Men eve*krtft! to Bfenii. ftwnt whew SBCVWCS flrc trofiy lit the CJttfwiry Baptist Cfrafeh at 18 p.m. with Rev, Jtentes B. Thompson ofletaflng. inter. rtttmt will be In tiw Forest Lawn Memorial Park In Beaumont Winnmer-Falr Funeral Home Is In charge of the arrangements, Moving to KfeJTvffle twtt years ago, he was a deacon and dlrec- tor of men to tlie Trinity Baptist Church and member and chsptoln of Ma'Softlc Lodge No. ft ' !, a*,t , Sffl, M»', WfllMiw, af ffig Sp^fttr srto Rltlr- MliiMMi great Billy F, Dorrls Ftmepfll rftes are pwtH«g fij* Bffly Fwiflk OBWte, 3&, at Hte ttttfnmeY'Fflif Funw&l flcme. He died early Wettoesday in the Std Pe(ers«t Memorial Hospital. Texas has a robbery every hour, A burglary occurs each 4% minutes. You may help prevent a crime by calling Crime- Stop when suspicious circumstances are observed. Phone Ct, 7-3222. «Mf «f fit IMwcTtalsm Mt ttuu&*i 6t jjl7ra9l Aff, The only cosmetic ihal actually does someihlnq lor you instead ol just covering up what you already have. fRY IT - WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call PEARL DACK - 457-7?* I KERRVILLE The First Baptist Church of Kerrville proudly introduces you to their new pastor and his wife, Ernest R. and Dorothy Wells, We sincerely hope they will enjoy the fresh air, clear water and rolling hills of the beautiful Hill Country, The friendliness of the people and the progressiveness of our community hopefully will add to their enjoyment as they make their home among us. The community will be blessed, we are sure by having the Wells living and working with us. Bro. Wells will pastor the First Baptist Church; heisahunter.fisherman, lover of people, and sings beautifully. Bro. Wells has sung with the Billy Graham team, at the Pastor's Conference and at the Southern Baptist Convention many times. Mrs. Wells is very active in the Woman's Missionary Union having served as General Director in New Orleans. The First Baptist Church invites you to come .and meet tha Well* during the Morning Worship Service at 11:00 a.m. Mr. & Mrs, Richard Hirsch Mr. & Mrs. Loyd Tittle Mrs. Effie Sullivan Harriet C. Hunt Mr, & Mrs, E. R. Stewart Bess ATkinson Mr. & Mrs. A. I, Brown Dr. and Mrs, Roy McCulloch H. I. Dickey Billy Gentry Mr. & Mrs. W. Reinhard Mr. & Mrs, W. D- Campion Mr. & Mrs, Suel Jonas Eveready Men's Bible Class Unnie & Margie Rollins Adult Choir Mrs. G. W. Mclaughlin Mr. & Mrs. Graf ton Broyles Charles and Toinmie Ridgaway Joe and Pat Herring Roger and Jennie Sockwell Jim and Carolyn LoCaste Aouida Anderson little Friends Kindergarten Charlie and Mrs, W, F. Tamplin Mauldin Boot Shop Herring Printing Company Mary Martha Class Philathea Class Adult I Sunday School Dept.