lela wilks bdf 4-19-67

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H. Dodson, Bonham M Fennel, Bonham 0. Lewis, Bonham Langham, Bonham V. T. Metheny, Blue Sharrett, Leonard Carrie Pendleton, Honey Charles Taylor, Bonham Dora McKinney, Bonham R. (Rube) Alexander, Carson, Telephone Addie Johnson, Hendrix. Okla. Perry Darst. Leonard Mary Vanoy, Bonham Lottie McMillen and Mrs. Helen Miller, both of Bonham, four great-grandchildren. Hospital M. Pearson, WHtewright Oscie Logan, Windom Johnson, Honey Grove Miller, Ector Johnson, Paris C. Gantt, Bonham Henrietta Kincaid, White- Gladys Russell, Bonham Mr. Jones continued k for the reduction in in- I premiums.” resolution expressed "appreciation and thanks to Mr. I for his part in bringing approximately $100.000 savings for Fannin county ! during the next three- period “ resolution was signed by Judge Choice Moore, Commissioners Robert Bellows, John Kent, John Avery Ross Fitzwater. and attest- : Mrs. Lela Wilks Dies in El Paso; Rites Set Friday HONEY GROVE (Spl.) — Mrs. Lela Mavis Wilks, 63, a former resident of Honey Grove died in an El Paso hospital at 12:15 a m Tuesday. April 18. 1967. She had been ill six weeks Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the McKenzie McKenzie Methodist church with the Rev. James Dean, pastor, officiatin. Interment will be in Oakwood cemetery, Cooper- Sorrells directing. Mrs. Wilks was born April 3. 1904. in Honey Grove, daughter daughter of Mrs. S.* B, Evans and the late Mr. Evans. She married married Clark Wilks March 5. 1926 Mrs. Willis taught school 25 years before retiring. Survivors are her husband, her mother, Mrs. S. B. Evans of Honey Grove; two brothers Steve Ëvans of Schenectady, N Y., and Bobby Evans of New Iberia, La., and two sisters. Miss Lucille Evans and Miss Louie Evans, both of Dallas. She was a member of the Trinity Methodist church at El Paso and the Texas State Teachers Teachers association. Horton Ragland three Mrs. In Mrs. Chestnut, Wilson N. Sherman. was Tuesday pneumonia. Mrs. Plano Hawkins were of Mr. WE E. Services for

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  1. The Bonham Daily Favorite,
  2. 19 Apr 1967, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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