Martha Eleanor Prater Grimes
CHEROKEE By Ranchman Mrs. M. E. Grimes, age 72, died early Tuesday morning after an illness illness of several weeks. Funeral services services were conducted by Rev. Martinson, Martinson, local pastor, assisted by Rev. Ira Belcher of House. New Mexico, in the Methodist church of which she had been a devoted member for many yearn. She was always present ;\t her church services unless it was impossible impossible to attend. The body was tenderly laid to rest 'in the Hanna cemetery late Tuesday evening. Mr.s. Grimes is survived by two sons, J. A. Grimes of Sheffield, Alabama, and M. A, Grimes of Pratt City, Ala., and one daughter, Mrs. W. W. Coffman of Cherokee, with whom she had made her home for a number number of years. Also four grand children. children. Mrs. Grimes possessed one of those sunshiny dispositions that always always made one feel better after being being with her. Mrs. Groves Kuykendall Kuykendall sang, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Somewhere." The floral offering was beautiful, attesting the affection of friends. The pall bearers were Paul Brown, Dennis Dean, Manuel McKneely, McKneely, Newt Lucas, dorse. Daugh- t-rty and Groves Kuykendall. Those from a distance attending the funeral were Mrs. Jake Coffman and baby of Los Angeles, California, Rev. Ira, Belcher and family of House, New Mexico, and Mr. and Mrs. Doc Eaton of San Saba.