Clipped From The Bonham Daily Favorite
Rites Are Held ror Gus Rowland Funeral services and interment for Gus Rowland, 81, were held Wednesday morning. The Rev. J E. Fender, pastor of the Calvary Baptist church, conducted the scr- ivice at Wise Funeral chapel. Burial was in the Ravenna cemetery. Rowland died in Allen Memorial I hospital, Bonham, Tex., July 9, 1956, following a short illness. He had ¡lived in Fannin county for many years, and he was a retired farm- ler. A native of Arkansas_ he was born July 31, 1874 in Arkadelphia. He is survived by four sons, Hannie Rowland of Slaton, Ruben Rowland of Rockford, 111., and ¡Samuel Rowland of Grecnbelt, Md ; two half-brother.*;, I 1» IlOW« ¡land and Joe Rowland, both of Roson coe; two daughters, Mrs. Bessie Mac Williams of Lubbock and Mrs Elvinae Thompson of Sherman; one brother, Alvin Rowland of ' Ivanhoe, and one sister, Mrs Donna Donna Walker of Bonham.