The Courier News (Blytheville, Arkansas), 18 Jan 1951, Page 23, Col. 3.
Obituaries Simon P. Gann Dies; Services To Be Tomorrow Services for Simon Pelcr Gann, 76, will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. P. H. Jcrnlgan, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be in Dogwood Ridge Cemetery. Mr. Garni, a resident of Blylhe- vilte for the past 35 years, died at 'iU home at 1102 South 21st Street esterday following a long illness. Born in Lauderdale County nn, Mrs. Gann moved his family Blytheville in 1915 and had lived ;re since. ' He i.s survived by his wife, Mrs. linnie Gann; five daughters, Mrs. \nnie Shumate, Mrs. Alice Pierce, trs. Etfie Thompson, Mrs, Louise 'elson, all ot Blytheville, and Mrs. idle Burns of Houston. Tex.; and '•o sons, Tjulher Gann of Blythe- ille and cpl. Samuel T. Gann, ith the Army at Aberdeen, Md. Active pallbearers will be Mur- uid Gann, J. E. Gann, Herschel Gann. Russell Pierce, Ray Pierce, ,nd Elmo Hamilton ,all grandchil- Iren.