Anna Corine Harris Hemby

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Anna Corine Harris Hemby - Mrs. J. P. Wirfs Dies Here Friday Airs, J. P....
Mrs. J. P. Wirfs Dies Here Friday Airs, J. P. Wirfs, nearly 83, died Friday at 2:45 a.m. at St. Joseph's Hospital, She had been a patient there about a \veek. : Mrs. Wirfs made her home with her daughter here, Mrs. Russell Berry, 610-7ih SW, and a Rosary service will be conducted there, Saturday at 8 p.m. The Rev. John Donnelly of Our Lady of Victory Church will officiate, conducting services Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the church. Fry and Gibhs Funerai Home will make burial in Evergreen Evergreen Cemetery. The former Miss Elizabeth Ul- nier, daughter of the "late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ulmer, Mrs. Wirfs was born in White Bluff, Ala., Feb. 26, 1858. The family moved to Paris in 1873. She was married here in 1886 to the late John P. Wirfs. a paint and paper merchant and contractor. He died In 1932. Mrs. Wirfs leaves two daughters, Mrs. Berry here and Mrs. Louis Tobin, Greeley, Colo., and .•. granddaughter, granddaughter, Sister Mary Louis Clare, B.V.M., Waterloo, Iowa. Thomas Henley, Tulsa, Okla., and Edward B. Henley, New York City, formerly formerly of Paris, are nephews. Volney J. Evans Dies At Home Late Thursday Volney J. Evans, 72, a contractor contractor here, died at home 1501 E. Washington St., Thursday at 11:45 p. m. He had been ill about a year. Fry and Gibbs Funeral Home has charge of arrangements, which had not not been completed at noon Friday. Mr. Evans, born here Aug. 29, 1878, was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans. He leaves his wife. Maude; these children: Mrs. E. S. Duray, Duray, Clinton, 111.; Mrs. 1-1. A. Pursell. Pursell. Napa Calif., and Roger L. Evans, Paris; four grandchildren, three brothers: W. S. Evans, Charles Evans and J. J. Evans, Paris, and Mrs. E. O. Cochran, Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Rodgers Dies Here Mrs. Minnie Hughes Rodgers of Honey Grove died Friday at 4:35 a. m. at St. Joseph's Hospital here. Cooper's Funeral Home of Honey Honey Grove has charge of arrangements arrangements for services, which had not been announced at noon. Funeral Services for Three Residents of Delta County Are Held By Paris News Correspondent COOPER- — The funeral of Mrs. L. L. Hcmby, 66, of Charleston, was held Thursday afternoon at Charleston JTethodlst church. The Rev. Fred Adams, Cooper Methodist Methodist pastor, officiated, and McDonald McDonald Funeral Home made burial at Charleston. Pallbearers were Clay Oats, Fred Layer, Joe Oliver, Oliver, Orville Oats, R. M. Lile, T. J. Worden and T. Peters. Mrs. Hornby,-, the former Miss Anna Corine Harris, was borti in Mississippi, March 5, 1184. She had lived at Charleston most of her life. Surviving are her husband; these children: Mrs. C. A. Rhodes, Mrs. C. B. Peters and Sanford Hornby. Dallas; Mrs. V. W. Worden, Worden, Charleston, and Mrs. Sam Hunter, Avery; nine grandchildren grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, and two brothers, Sam Harris of Nelta and Jim Harris, Fort Worth. MRS. LEMMIE BYRNS Funeral services for Mrs. Lem- niie L. Byrns, 90, of Enloe, who died Thursday, were set for 2 p. m. Friday at McDonald Funeral Home, with interment in Oaklawn Cemetery. The Rev. Carl Reynolds, Dallas, former Methodist pastor here, had charge, assisted by the Rev. J. P. Fleming of Sherman, formerly of Enloe. Mrs. Byrns leaves two daughters. daughters. Miss Ruby Byrns and Mrs. A. C. Voyles with whom she made her home at Enloe, and a half- sister, Mrs. G. ^. Williams. Cooner. Mrs. Byrns, daughter o£ the late F. M. and Frances Househ Kerbow, Kerbow, was born in Jackson. Ga.. July 22, 18GO. She became ill last week and was brought Saturday to Reed Hospital here. She died at 1:30 a. m. Thursday. JAMES E. McFERRIN Last rites for James Erastus Me Ferrin, 82, Pecan Gap, were arranged arranged for 4 p. m. Friday at Pecan Gap Baptist Church. The Rev. S. R. Quattlebaum, Baptist minister, had charge, McDonald Funeral Home making interment. Mr. McFerrin died at home at 6:25 a. m. Thursday after two months illness. Surviving are Mrs. McFerrin; two sons J. M. McFerrin, Lexington, Lexington, and W. H. Mc'Ferrin,Pecan Gap; a brother, Rober McFerrin, McFerrin, and a sister, Mrs. Jennie Blair, Haskeli; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Stated Communication o-~ Paris Lodge No. 20, AF and AM, will be held Friday evening at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple.

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  1. The Paris News,
  2. 23 Feb 1951, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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