hornbeak mrs sterling died
| 1 TUESBAÏ RITES SCHEDULED FOR . S. H. DDRNDEAK Mrs, Sterling Hornbeak, a#ed 62 years, died at her home in Malvern, Ark., Sunday morning. Funeral services will be held here Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the McCammon Funeral chapel. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. The rites will be conducted by Dr. Matthew Arnold, pastor of the Third Avenue Presbyterian church, and Rev. Jack Goff, pastor of the North Side Baptist church. Native of Malvern, Mrs. Hornbeak moved to Corsicana as * bride and the family made their home here until a few years ago, when they moved back to Malvern. Surviving: are her husband, Sterling H. Hornbeak, Malvern, Ark.; two sons, J W. Hornbeak, California, and Jack Hornbeak, Washington State; a daughter, Mrs. Maxwell Pierce, California; a sister, Mrs. Henry L. Graves, Corsicana, and other relatives. Mrs. Hornbeak was the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. John Mason Clem. The Rev. Mr. Clem was a Baptist minister. Pallbearers will be Henry L. Graves, Harold Clem, Nevin Koch, Bob White, Bill Delahay and J. M. Clem, all nephews. Honorary pallbearers will be friends of the family.