Charles Jones Obit
OBITUARIES CHARLES J. JONES Charles uackson Jones, 40, of Van Alstyne, died Tuesday in a Sherman hospital. He was a painter by trade, employed employed by Texas Instrum^ts, either. Four of the seven came on dropped fly balls In the out- fieki. One when the ball hit a runner, and two on bad throws on the infield,” he concluded. Plano committed only two errors behind Arb, who walked walked five and struck out 10. Plano’s big innings came in ^e third wltti two and in the fifth with four. McKinney had single runs in the first and sixth. McDonald or Brown will open on the mound against Grapevine. In. He was born Feb. 21, 1929 in Lamar, Colo., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, and was a meml>er of the Church of Christ. Funeral arrangements are pending with Flesher Funeral Home at Van Alstyne. The body will be returned to Lamar, Lamar, Colo., for burial. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Tyrena Jones, daughter, Wendy Brine Jones, five sons; Larry, Kerry, Charles, Arthur, and Dale Jones, all of Van Alstyne; mother, Mrs. Evelyn Jackson of Hasty, Colo., ; brother Ted Jones of California; half brother, Donald Donald Jackson, in army stationed In Vietnam; sisters, Mrs. Dolly Dolly June Sweet of Dalhart and Mrs. Anfianda Lawrence of Clayton, N. Mex.