Clipped From Panama City News-Herald
EARNEST C Earnest C. RHAMES Rhames, 70, died Sundcy night following a lona illness. He ,vos lifelong icsident of .~ulf County and after 1942 was a forest ronqer for the Florida Part Service. He v\as next employed by Topper Construction Co. Funeral services will be held ot 2 o m. Wednesday at the Assembly of God Church in White City, with the Rev, E. Addison conducting Burial will be in the family plot of Pleasant Rest Cemetery at Overstreet. The body will iie state at the home 7f his daughter, Edna Gushing, at White City until service time. He is survived by two Ernest C. Rhames Jr., of Oak Grovo, and Rufus H Rhames, of Hiland Via*; four daughters, Mrs. Ella Davis, of Gorve, Mrs. Edna C'jshina, of White Mrs. Mildred Crow, and Mrs. Evelyn Tootle, both of Lonawood; 50 grandc'iild- ren and three areat-qrandchild-en; three brothers. Pick Rharies, of Moss Pom!, Miss, John Rhames, of Grand Ridge, and Frank Rhames, of Blountsiowrr !wo sisters, Mrs. Viola Nichols, of Hiland Park, and Mrs. Axis Roberts, of hltchka.