The Paris News 24 May 1978 C B (Choice) Peters

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The Paris News
24 May 1978
C B (Choice) Peters - Club members Ralph Winters, Byron Loy, Joe...
Club members Ralph Winters, Byron Loy, Joe Barham, Joe Stamper, Stewart Holley and GeraldZegher. Jay Hue Watson ANTLERS, Okla. — Jay Hue Watson of Farris died Tuesday in the Lawton Memorial Hospital a.t Lawton. , Services will be at Mills- Coffey Funeral Home Chapel at 10 a.m. Thursday. Buriai will be in Broken Bow Cemetery. Mr. Watson was born Jan. 6, 1885, in Montgomery, Ala. He was a retired laborer and had lived in Farris most of his life. He was the son of Henry and Clara Watson. Survivors include four sons, Charles Watson of Dallas, Athel Watson of Oklahoma City, O. J. Watson of Oklahoma City and Grady Watson of Farris; two daughters, Eva Mae Bridges of Temple and Mary Ruth Mangrum of Broken Bow; one sister, Fannie Turner of Antlers; 21 grandchildren: and several great- grandchildren. Pettit services BOGATA — Funeral services for Mrs. Louella Pettit of Rt. 1, Powderly, formerly of Bogata, have been set for 3 p.m. Thursday He is survived by his wife, Loretta Hemby Peters of Dallas; one son, James Peters of Dallas; three grandchildren; three great- grandchildren ; four brothers, Paul Peters and Jolly Peters of Charleston, Brownie Peters of Dallas and Thomas Peters of Cooper; and his sister of Paris. Roberto. Durham Robert O. Durham, 53, of Rt. 2, Paris, died at 6:50 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Leverett-Steele- Thomas Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. in of The 30 Dow Jones industrials industrials closed Tuesday at 845.29. The industrials at noon Wednesday were at 836.97, down 8.32 points, with 217 advances and 1172 declines. Trading was heavy on a volume of 14,900,000 shares. Transportation was 224.02, down 3.51 points; utilities were 104.33, down .33 points. Quotations of local interest at the Bogata Assembly of courtesy" Edward""!) ""jones God Church. The Rev. Bill and Co. of Paris, members of Pirtle will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Joe Blackshear. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery at Deport by Bogata Funeral Home. Mrs. Pettit was born Sept. 30, 1917, at Haworth, Okla., daughter of Edward and Belle (Quinn) Kidd. She had been a resident of Powderly for the past three years. She married Travis Pettit May 22,1935, in Bogata. She was a 21-year employee of Hollywood Vassarette in Paris. Pallbearers will be Charlie Lewis, Barney Alsobrook, Harold Geese, Glenn Babb and Ralph Cawley. Mrs. Pettit died Tuesday morning at McCuistion Regional Medical Center in Paris. William 0. Woodson DEPORT — William Odis Woodson, a retired farmer of Pattonville, died at 10 p.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Paris. Services are set for 1 p.m. Thursday at the Grant Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Richard Naylor officiating. Burial will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. The family will receive friends 7 to 8 p.m. tonight at the funeral home. Mr. Woodson was born in Lebanon, Tenn., May 5,1902, son of W. H. and Daisy (Hickey) Woodson. He was married to Jennie Dudley March 28,1919. Survivors include his wife; one son, James E. Woodson the New York Stock Exchange Inc.: AT&T 60% AKamilCorp 91/4 Babcock & Wilcox 29 l / 2 Campbell Soup " 35 Campbell-Taggart 25 l /t Chrysler Corp. ii'/) Coca-Cola 43% Control/Data 31 Crane 30 V 2 DeKalb Agresearch 19%-20'/ 2 Dr. Pepper 17% EnserchCorp. 22% Firestone Tire 14% First City Bancorp 36% Ford Motor 49 Genera] Motors 59% Gulf Oil 23% Harte-Hanks 39'/ 8 J. C. Penney 37 Kroger 32'/ z McDonalds 52% Mid-America Ind. S'/i-S'/fe Munsingwear 19'/i G.C. Murphy 17% Phillips Ind. 6% Pepsico 29% Purolator 24'/i Sambo's 19% Sears, Roebuck 24% Sherwin-Williams 26% Soutland Corp. 27 Texas Utilities 19% Texaco 24% Uarco 25'/i Wal-Mart 22 Westinghouse 21 "A Zales 17 of Irving; four daughters, .Some of (he brsl buys in town are in classified to of a Mrs. Hollis (Edna) Towers of Pattonville, Mrs. Kenneth (Thelma) McDowra and Mrs. Velma Salter, both of Paris, and Mrs. R. E. (Shirley) Jaynes of Blossom; 11 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Robert Dudley of Paris; and five brothers, Earl Woodson of Amarillo, Melvin Woodson of Pattonville, Albert Woodson and Ray Woodson, both of Paris, and Mack Woodson of Gladewater. C.B.Peters C. B. (Choice) Peters died Tuesday at his home in Dallas. He was the brother of Mrs. Philip Ingram of Paris. Funeral services are pending at Troy Suggs Funeral Home on Military Drive in Dallas. He was born at Charleston Dec. 6, 1909, the son of E. G. Peters and Mel Peters of Cooper. (AND THE DINNER HORN)' Published Daily eacept Saturday by MOUTH TEXAS PUBLISHING CO. Box 10: 1, Paris, To. 7saK> Second clmpntagr paid at Par it, Texas Telephone 7*4- 4133 On* Adv. 715 SIM Publisher • Pat M. Batsano Business Manager Eugene Bray Adv. Dir. Richard Stringtellow Managing Editor Circulation Manager Ricky Dority Production Mgr. E.C. Hundley SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier OneMonm ...................... 13.30 One Year ....................... *J».*0 By Mail Retail Tra*»« Zane One Month M.JO' ' One Yea By Mall Wit* l« City One Month »3. 30 One Year 13».« SlngleCpoy ISc dally; 15c Sunday .*. Th* ftrlt Mem is a mambar o< ttw Audit •UTMW of Clrcmatlon, " Aaaoclafad Pra» and ma Ttxaa Darty

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