gray jas a 1943
Jas. A. Gray Dies At Home Funeral lervice* for James A. Gray, 62, who succumbed at 10 o'clock Sunday morning at his home, will be held at 5:30 o'clock Monday evening at the Assembly of God church. The body will lie in state at the church from 4:30 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock. The Rev. Homer Sheats will have charge of the service and the choir will furnish music. Interment will be in the Big Spring cemetery. Gray, who was born in Texas, cam* to Big Spring in 1937 from Cameron, Milam county. He was a retired gin man and had worked for several years for the railroad. He is survived by hi* widow; four sons, Norman Gray of Austin, Lester of San Angelo, David and Kenneth of Big Spring; a stepson, Vlrgle Haggard; a daughter, Mrs. Curtis Price of Midland and a (tap-daughter, Mr*. Dewey Simon* of Rockdale. Ten grandchildren and three lis- ters, Mrs. Annie Cole of Georgetown, Mrs. Susie Small and Mr% Sallie Waterson, both of Cameron, and four brothers, Bud of Gates- field, Paul of Thorndale, John of Eldorado and Will of Cameron also survive. Pallbearers will be Mr. Gore, Joe Tanntbill, Bernard Wortham, W. I. Carr, Jeff Chapman, S. P. Huitt Nalley Funeral home is in charge of arrangements.