The Paris News 18 Aug 1952 May Kathryn Oats Lawler
Rev. Paul Morrell, pastor. Senner Funeral Home made interment in the Grant Cemetery. Mr. Bayless died late Friday after a long illness in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Frazier, northwest of Grant. Other survivors survivors are two sons, A. K. Bayless : Hermleigh, Tex., and D. H. Bayless, Bayless, Anuiston, Ala. A brother, Bert Bayless, Fort Worth, and Mrs. Anna Bradberry, Dallas, a sister, also survive. Mr. flayless, a retired farmer had lived in the Grant area 27 years. He was a member of Grant Methodist Church. He was born in Paris, Tex., April 1, 1870. He later lived in Cooper, Tex., for many years. Harry Turner Paris News Service COOPER — Harry Turner, about 0, of Waco, was found dead Sun- lay night by his mother, Mrs. G. Fred Turner, when she returned ionic after a church service. He lad recently come for a visit here. Death was reported due apparently apparently to natural causes. Delta Funeral Home has charga of arrangements for services. Mrs. Audie Lawier Paris News Service COOPER — Mrs. Audie Lawier, 37, of Charleston, died Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Lamar General Hos- aital, Paris. She was formerly Miss Kathryn Oats of Cunningham. Delta Funeral Home here has charge of arrangements for services services which were incomplete. Surviving are Mrs. Lawler's husband; husband; her father, Lee Oats, Cunningham; Cunningham; these children r Forrest Wayne, John Willis, Malcolm DeWayne, DeWayne, Gerald Mack, Jay Glenn. Roxic, Wanda and Patricia Ann Lawler, all of Charleston, and these brothers and sisters: Joe Oats, Cecil Oats and Mrs. "Buh" Holbert, Cunningham; Mrs. H. A. Partridge, Seagoville, and M r s. Talma Roddy, Holbrook, Ariz. Mrs. E. E. Richburg Paris News Service HUGO, Okla. — Mrs. E. E. Richburg, 86, died at home, lit. 2, Boswell, Sunday at 8:15 o'clock after a long illness. She had moved there six years ago from Holly Creek. The funeral, Tuesday at 3:30 p. m., will be held at Holly Creek Church near Idabel. Bingham- Cooper Funeral Home will make burial in Holly Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Richburg leaves these children: J. B. Richburg and Homer Richburg, Boswell; John Richburg, Brok.cn Bow: A. Richburg, Sulphur; Mrs. Johnson, Myrtle Creek; Tom Hich- burg, Clovis, Calif.; George Richburg, Richburg, Grand, Calif.; and Mrs. Annie Barker, Bakersfield, Calif.