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in the the a — A, in L. in of of was a Vietnamese war that had (Turn To MOST Page 9) Fillpot Rites Here Saturday Funeral services for Raymond Albert (Buster) Fillpot, 59, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church. Burial was in the Dodson Cemetery. Rev. Joe S. Allen, pastor of the First Baptist Church, conducted the rites. Pallbearers were A. V. Lowrie, Terry Mac Scott, Wendell Burge, Herschel Tabor, Rufie Jameson, C. A. Strickland, Jerome Mathis and Pete Hester. Mr. Fillpot was born October 11, 1912, in Dodson and farmed and operated a service station there until 1957 when he moved to Childress. He operated a service station here until about three years ago and then became produce manager at Gibson’s Discount. He married Oma Smith October 30. 1932, in Hollis. He was a member of the Dodson First Baptist Church and the Dodson Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife of the home, two sons, David of Arlington and Bobby of Houston; one brother, Jack of Hollis; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Nichols of Hollis, Mrs. Nell Collins of Albuquerque, and Mrs. Ella Newton of Santa Anna. Calif.; and three grandchildren. grandchildren. he

Clipped from The Childress Index11 Jun 1972, SunPage 1

The Childress Index (Childress, Texas)11 Jun 1972, SunPage 1
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