Archie L. Barnett Obituary
: Â· l ' P r e s s '"' p t i o n " in - Â· W h i t e Â·Â· a - c i t y , .threat 'the " n g Elizabeth H. Anderson F u n e r a l services for Blixabeth Hughes Anderson. of 214 Buckingham.' were held at \\ a.m. Monday at S c h m i U - F l o y d - H a m i e t t Chapel. The Rev. .Kenneth Dixon officiated, Burial was atKoselawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Anderson, a former resident of Sanger, died Friday night at a Dallas hospital. . Survivors .include her . husband, James L. Anderson Â·of Dehton; her mother, Mrs. ' George 0. Hughes of Dallas: jour daughters," Catherine R a c h e l Anderson, Susan Rose Anderson, Sarah Hughes Anderson'and Carol Leigh A n d e r s o n , ' all of Â·Dcntdn; one' son, James H a m p t o n ' 1 ' A n d e r s o n of 1 Denton; and * one brother, George 'Hughes' Jr. of Chicago. S c h m i t z - F l o y d : H a m l e t t Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 'Archie*Li. Barnett '* - F u n e r a l , 'services.' f o r t Archie L. Barnett, 53, of ti29Â»2 Hickory,:will be held ' a t , 2 p.m.- ThursdayMn the! Airs Chapel A.M.E. Church in Kaufman. The Rev.-W. M. .Clark will officiate. Burial will, be, in. Kaufman. Mr. Barnett died Sunday in Dallas. He was born Aug. 27, 1920Mn Kaufman County. : ^-Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Effic Barnett, his, .mother, Fannie Barnett; one dau'gher. L Erma Sue Williams: one sister, Prudie Shaw; six brothers, Ray Barnett, J o h n n y Bill Barnett,- Pete Barnett, Horace Barnett, and Pink Barnett; and three grandchildren. grandchildren. ' Â· " Pallbearers will / be members of Metropolitan Lodge No. 1492 in Denton. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Airs Chapel Methodist Church. Thomas Funeral Home "is in charge of arrangements. Carrie 0. Henry F u n e r a l services C a r r i e 0. Henry, 70, resident of Denton for the past 2 1 -/ years, are pending at Jack Schmitz and'Son Funeral Home. Mrs. Henry died Tuesday morning at Flow Memorial Hospital. She, was born;Nov. Â·30.'l9Q3,.jn Mullen. ' \ Â· She was a member of tne~ ~,Methodist church. Survivors: include two sons. M.; Edd Henry of Denton and A. N. Henry-of Big Spring; three sisters. Mrs. George Ellis of Wesley, Ark., and "Mrs. J u a n Henry and Mrs. Jennie Warren, both of Goldwaite: one brother, E. M. Ox Icy Marble Falls; and three grandchildren.