The Paris News (Paris, Texas 26 April 1979, Page 2
is expected to be prominent in the attendance for the Fort Worth III is the c Deaths and funerals MRS. LULA BELL PATTON ...funeral Friday Mrs.LulaPatton Mrs. Lula Bell Patton, 7835 Lamanga, Dallas, died Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas". Services will tx, Friday at 2 p.m. in the Steele and Thomas Funeral Chapel with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. The family will receive friends 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight at the funeral home. Mrs. Patton was born July 29,1936. in Paris, daughter of Boyd Burns and the former Gladvs Ritchie. She married kiy StMhMn 2107 UOMT 715-4541 "Sceme for all your family insurance needs.* Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there Sine Firm Iniunncr Commnitl Home Qtlicei Bloommglon. Illmoil Buddy Patton. She was a secretary for the Harris Corp. in Dallas and was a member of the Christian church 1 . Survivors include her husband; her parents of Paris; her grandmother, Mrs. Betty Ritchie of Paris; one' son, Jeff Patton of Dallas; one daughter, Shelby Patton of the home; two brothers, Gene Burns of Paris and Ray Burns of Austin; three sisters, Mrs. Jimmie (Carolyn) Copeland of Paris, Mrs._ Wanda Booth of Dallas and Mrs. Tom (Patsy) Leinn of Dallas. The family will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Burns, 628-6 thSE. Johnson funeral Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Mary Edna Johnson of Reno were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday at the Fry & Gibbs Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Glynn Vickers, pastor of Calvary United Methodist Church, officiated and burial was in Meadowbrook Gardens. Gardens. Pallbearers were A. C. (Pete) Johnson, Lester Ray Johnson, Burl Parks, Harry Dean Wilson, James Holt and Jerry Wilson. Mrs. Johnson died at St. Joseph's Hospital at 10:35 p.m. Monday. James Little ANTLERS. Okla. — James Little of Clayton died in McCurtain Memorial Hospital in Idabel Wednesday. Wednesday. Services will be at the Clayton Christian Church at 2p.m. Friday. Johnny Joskin will officiate and burial will be in Nolia Cemetery by Mills-Coffey Funeral Home of Antlers. Mr. Little was born Sept. 29. 1902, in Rich Mountain, Ark. He was a retired lumberman and had lived in Clayton for 14 years. His wife was the former Josie Lindsay. Lindsay. He was the son of Samuel Little and Mary (Shores) Little. Survivors include his wife; five sons, James Little of Fort Thomas, Ariz., and Ruben Little, Edward Little, Charlie Little and Tommy Little, all of Clayton; four daughters, Ethel Reed of Alamogordo, N.M., Dorothy Igo of Seattle, Wash., Laverne Cole of Valliant and Sally Williamson of Clayton; two sisters, Decif Busick of Auburn, Calif., and Ellen DeWitt of Stockton, Calif.; 26 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. McCarty services Morris Wilson (Buck) McCarty of Rt. 1, Brookston, died Tuesday at 10:10 p.m. at McCuistion Regional Medical Center. Services are set for Friday at 11 a.m. at Gene Roden's Sons Funeral Chapel with burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends 7 to8~:30 p.m. tonight at the funeral home. Mr. McCarty was born Feb. 14. 1913. at Brookston, son of W. T. McCarty and the former Jeanette Rose Wilson. He married Dottie Stewart Robinson on Dec. 4, 1959. Survivors include his wife: two daughters. Mrs. A. C. Jerden of Wylie and Mrs. A. L. Bradford of Princeton; eight stepchildren, Mrs. Sylvia Ratliff. Mrs. Hollis Preas, Mrs. Joe Shipman, Mrs. Walter Circles, Mrs. James Stidham, Bill Robinson, Richard Robinson and Roy Robinson; two brothers, J. H. McCarty of Brookson and W. D. McCarty of Grand Prairie: 33 grandchildren; grandchildren; and 27 great- grandchildren.