Paris News 12 Mar 1939 B. L. Oats
Former Cooper Resident To Be Buried Sunday COOPER, (Special). — Funeral services for B. L,. Oats, 60, former Crxjper resident who died at his home in Lubbock Saturday afternoon, afternoon, will be held here Sunday at 3 p. m. at the Baptist church. The Re 1 .'. .'. C. McClain and 'he Rev. H, E. Streetrnan will officiate and interment will be made at the Oaklawn cemetery under the direction direction of the InglLs funeral home. Oats lived in Cooper all his life with the exception of the past five years. Survivors are his wife; daughter. daughter. Miss Clemmie Jo OaLs, Lub- hnrk; srms. R. I..., .Jr., of Lubbock, Kenneth of Tulsa, Opal of Austin, Austin, J. P. of Charleston, Odell and Odio of Longview; brothers, O. Oats and Connie OaLs of Lubbock, Albert Oats of Rails and Babe of Tahoka; sister, Mrs. Tuck McGuyer McGuyer of Lubfaock.