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O' be arc a as 0' co 13; a Limestone lawmen' Honored At Dinner Limestone County Peace Officers Officers and Judges attended the first of what is planned to be a semi-annual dinner. The affair was held at the Mexia Country Club on Tuesday evening. The menu consisted of broiled T-Bone steaks, green salad, baked potato and iced tea. As guests arrived, County Attorney (Head Cook) Don Caldwcll, passed out white aprons and signs to a selected few helpers. The lucky ones were Highway Patrol Sgt. Gordon Payne, Assistant Cook; T.P. Sam Bonncr, Headwaiter; Deputy Sheriff Joe Teel, Dumbwaiter; Constable Red Copeland, Official Bouncer; Deputy Sheriff Buddy Taylor, Head Dishwash er; Constable Doc Willis, Assistant Dishwasher; Liquor Control Agent Ralph Elliott, Janitor; County Judge .Bobby Reed, Honorary.. Head Dishwasher. District Judge Clarence Ferguson was not able to be present due to trial duties in Freestone County. He had been designated as Honorary Headwaiter. Headwaiter. Jack Carruth of Mexia volunteered to do chores and turned in a hard evening's work. Roel Garza, Country Club Pro, Police Department; Mexia City Judge Harry Fender, Justice of the Peace Marvin Pruitt, Patrolman Mike Gamble, Deputy Sheriff Norton Fox, Sheriff Connor Spivcy, Deputy Sheriff Maurice Walker, Dispatcher Henry Cox, Juvenile Probation Officer Charles Bratcher, Game Warden Wayland Alewine, Constable Wilson Sparks, Adult Probation Officer Charles Wilson, Justice of the Peace Lester Becne, Stale Park Officer Ronnie Holland, Patrolman Gary Brown and Thornton City Marshal Hudson. assisted visitors in many ways. Other guests included Capt. Water Van deWeghe, Sgt. Roger Cotton, Dispatcher Willie Wright, Dispatcher Stanley Cotton, Patrolman Seth Wilson, Patrolman Dwain Huckabee, has the introduced Patrolman Mike Bell, Patrolman of Ronnie Neal and Patrolman Aaron Thompson of the Mexia Funeral Slated Saturday For Jewett Woman Funeral "services for"Mrs. Arncenetta Johnson of Jewett, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Friendship Baptist Church in the Friendship community. Elder Lee Brown of Davis Chapel Church of God in Christ, Buffalo, will officiate. Burial will be in Friendship Cemetery in Leon County. Mrs. Johnson died Sunday in- Houston. She had lived most of her life in Leon County and was a member of the Church of God In Christ. Surviving are her husband, Harry Johnson of Jewett; two sons, B.D. Johnson and Henry Lee Johnson, both of Houston; three daughters, Mrs. Leola Gillmore of Oakwood, Mrs. Savannah Smith and Mrs. Elnora

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  1. The Mexia Daily News,
  2. 29 Mar 1973, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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