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 - Rifes For Sundown Justice Set Today SUNDOWN,...
Rifes For Sundown Justice Set Today SUNDOWN, March 29. (Special) — Funeral services for Mayes Elmer Giddens, 83, Sundown justice justice of the peace who died at 2 pjn. yesterday following a heart attack, will be held in the First Methodist church here «t "1 p.m. Thursday. Giddens died iti an automobile while being rushed to a hospital in Levelland by a. son and a diugh- ter, W.. T. Giddens and Miss Ella Mae Giddens of Sundown. Justice of the peace here since Jan. 1, 1949, Giddens had been a candidate for re-election. A resident resident here for six and one-half years, Giddens also was employed as watchman by Advance Drilling company. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Royce Womack, pastor of | ^ church : Burial will be in Le velland cemetery under direction direction of the George C. Price Funeral Funeral home of Levelland. Survivors include his wife; live sons, Arthur E, of. Colorado City, W. T., Bob, and G. JUy of Sundown, Sundown, and Elmer D. of Denver City; lour daughters, Mrs. Jim Herron Herron of House, N. M., Mrs. J. £-. Turner of Hereford, and Mrs. Curtis Curtis Hendrix and Miss Ella Man Giddens of Sundown; two brothers, Byron of Houston and Sam of Wellington; four sisters, Mrs. Ella Carver of Houston, Mrs. J, W, Adcock Adcock of Lamesa, and Mrs. D. A. Correau and Mrs. T. C. Sweetman of Laredo; and 19 grandchildren. D tnt

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  1. Lubbock Morning Avalanche,
  2. 30 Mar 1950, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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