Bishop, Katherine obituary
Mrs. Smith Dies At Home Here Funeral services tor Mrs. Katherinc Katherinc Bishop Smith, 47, 420 Normal Avenue, who died at 4:45 pjn. Thursday in her home, were to be held at 4 p.m. Friday in the Plainview Plainview Church, conducted by Rev. n. H. Bonncr. Burial will be in the Pluinvlew cemetery, and pallbearers pallbearers will be Alvin and Willis Bishop, Bishop, J. c. and Gleen Tritt. Roy Herring, Herring, Wayne Hare, Henry Bleb and Major Neely. Mrs. Smith was a Denton County native, born in Krum, May 10, 1894. slle was the widow of Arthur B. j Smith, to whom she was married ' hl Denton Aug. 18, 1913. Surviving I arc lwo daughters, Misses Dorothy !llul Pauline, at home, and the fol- '"wing brothers and sisters: Joe and i Walter Bishop, Mines. Herbert Ileiv ring an d Will Rickrich, all of Knim; : p. w . Bishop and Mrs. E. C. Tritt i of Ponder, 'clay Bishop of Fort - - •• - Worth, and her moUier.'Mrs. E. C. i Bishop, of the Plainvlew community. community. I Mrs. Smith and her daughters ;' came to Dcnlon last fall at the : opening schools. She had been ill only since Tuesday.