George Tickle funeral
Purdon PURDON, Dec. 17.—(Spl.)—D«r- rell Brownfield of Dallas spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Brownfield. George Tickle, a life long resident of Purdon, passed away *t his home here Saturday morning. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Lester Raloff, paator of the Baptist church here. Interment was in the lounger cemetery. Surviving are his wife and the following children: M. W. Tickle, M^ T. L. Rogers, Mrs. Bert Davis, Mrs. George McGehee, all of Purdon; Mrs. Annie Womaek, Corbet; Mrs. Norma Howard, Kll- gore; Mrs. C. P. Farmer, Rising Star; one sister, Mrs. Nealy Weaver, Humble, and several grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Mathews of Trinidad and Mr. and Mri. W. C. Payne of Malakoff were here for the Tickle funeral. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Herod and Mrs. Henry Swink of Richland were also here for the Tickle funeral.