Clipped From Denton Record-Chronicle
Sunday, September 13, not an a DENTON ARK A DEATHS James A. Smith PILOT POINT (Special) Funeral Funeral services for James A. Smllh of Argj'lc, a former long- lime resident of Pilol Poinl, will be held at 3 p.m. today in Hie Calvary Baptist Church in Pilot Poinl, with the Rev. L. T. Slewnrt of Fort Worth and the Rev. Luther Slay of Pilot Point officiating. Burial will be in the Masonic Cemetery al Pilot Point under the direction of Smith Funeral Home. Mr. Smith was pronounced dead on arrival al Denlon's Flow Memorial Hospital Friday Board Refuses Pampa College Â«^^-^-- Â· " Â· "Â·Â· TMTM^^ night of a heart, attack. He born Feb. 11, 1884, in Blounl Couuiv. Alabama, and marrlec Miss Mae Jones in 1905. She died in 1058. He was a retired fauncr and construction worker, worker, and a member of the list Church. Survivors Include livo sons Willie Smith of Fort Worth J. E. Smith of Argyle; tour daughters, Mrs. Chester Cook of Trenlon, Mrs. Willis Denn "ilol Poinl, Mrs. Doyle Highfill Highfill of Aubrey and Mrs. Otis McDowell of Pilol Poinl; 17 grandchildren and 35 great- children. Pallbearers will be Melvir Dunn, J. L. Nugent, Eugene Highfill, Willis Dean Jr., Bob Balchelor and Don Highfill.