Clipped From The San Saba News and Star
Lo/cev/ew News LAKEVIEW, April 2—Mrs. J. \V. McKinnorney, who has been a patient in Brady hospital, was taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. (Toad) McKinnev- n'ey, Sunday. Mrs. Ernestine Sansom of Odessa has been caring for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilton, who have been on the sick list. J. 6. Lucas is a pneumonia patient in Sain Saba Memorial Hospital. Weekend and Sunday visitors in the J. Mack Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Odean Brown and Michael of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Vineyard of Comanche and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vineyard and children of Waco. Mr. and Mrs. Frank HufTstutler and baby of Denver City visited during the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wash. C. W. Rowell, student at Arlington State College, has been visiting: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowell. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinncr-1 ney were looking after interests in Rising Star during the weekend. A. M. and Misses Annie. LiHie and Florence Carroll visited Friday afternoon with the C. L. Car rolls of Harlingen, in the James D. Carroll home at Talpa. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wood attended the funeral of Mack Underwood at High Valley Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Nicholson and baby of Brownwood and his mother of Stockdalc were weekend visitors with the George Millers. " Mr. and Mrs. Don Harris and child«;ft of Corpus Chriati, Sfr. and Mra. ; Clifton Summers of Brady and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Riggs and children of San Saba were Sunday visitors in the home of their parents, Mr. . and Mrs. J. JV Summers.—By Lillie Carroll. J. A. Jones of Mullin was a business visitor in San Saba Monday, April 2- APRIL 5, 1956 THE SAN SABA (Texas) NEWS—3 Locker News LOCKER. April 2— B. A. Bav- nett, 72, native of San Saba county, was buried in Tucson, Ariz., Wednesday. March 28. Religious and Masonic rites were held in Arizona Mortuary Chapel and burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. He was a member of the Church of God and a Master Ma- Burr was, the son of two old- time preachers, Henry and Florence Barnett. He marHed and reared ft family here but moved atfay about 20 years ago. He married his second Wife, Josephine Smith Barnett, in 1934. She died in 1949 and was buried in California. He married his present wife, Mrs. Maud Poole, in 1951, and skc survives him with others, three daughters, Mrs. Lena Robbins, Mrs. Nell Maas, San Saba, and Mrs. Julia Hearno of Brownwood; one son, Henry Barnett of Locker and adopted son, Jimmy Izlor of Artesia, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Nannie Larkin. Rising Star, Mrs. Mittie Games, Albuquerque. N. M., Mrs. Mittie. Gaincs of Bonner, Calif., two brothers, Sidney of Aransas Pass and Oscar of Albuquerque; eight grandchildren and five great- grandchildren; and many other relatives to mourn' his passing. Henry Burnett and T. M. Sofge went to Tucson by plane Tuesday. One sister, Mrs. Martha Gaines, a brother, Oscar, and a nephew, Wade Gaines, were present also. He had been ill about two weeks. —By Mrs. T. M. Sofge. Mrs. L. G. (Sonny) Crockett and children came home Tuesday, March 27, from Phoenix, Arizona. where hi>v husband is employed with the Racing Association. Mrs. Crockett and the children will join her husband in Denver, Colorado, as soon as school is out in May. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Hugh visited March 25 with their uncle, Charlie Taylor, a patient in Comanche hospital. W. D. Mitchell of the Elm Grove community was a busines* visitor in San Saba Saturday, March. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie F. Williams of Hamilton, formerly San Saba, visited in San Sab* Thursday, March 29, enroute Llano. Mr. and Mrs. John Harkey Lubbock spent the Easter holidays with their parents, Mr. Mrs. James F. Clark and family and Mr. and Mrs. 0, J. Harkey. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore Lubbock spent, the Easter holidays with their parents, Mr. Mrs. L. M. Green of Rkhlmul Springs and Mr. and Mrs. W. N, Moore and famity in S:in Saba.