Clipped From The La Marque Times
RALPH W.CRANE Funeral services for Ralph W. Crane, 81, of 2011 Scott St. Apt. 11, was at the First United Methodist Church in La Marque with Dr. Lamar Clark officiating. Burial was in Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of the James Crowder Funeral Home. Survivors include his widow, Lucille Crane, two sisters, Leona D'Wolf of Webster Groves, Mo., and Glenda French Trenton, Mo.; a niece, LaVerla Horton of La Marque; and several nieces and nephews in Missouri. Pallbearers were Glenn Egan, Seymore Halaphant, Arthur Crump, Joe Bogatto, Walter Burns, and Cecil Perthius. JOHNRICICAR Funeral mass for John Frank Ricicar was held Wednesday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church with the Rev. George Olsovosky officiating. Burial was in Galveston Memorial Park under the direction of Hayes Funeral Home. He was born in Fayette County, Tex. He had been a resident of Galveston County for 30 years and a resident of Hitchcock for 17 years. Survivors include his widow, Elsie Ricicar of Hitchcock; two sons Jimmy Ricicar of La Marque and Johnnie Ricicar of Arcadia; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Daigle of Galveston, Mrs. Gloria Matlage fo Texas City, Nancy Ricicar, Sandra Ricicar and Barbara Ricicar, all of Hitchcock; two brothers, Jerome Ricicar, all of Hitchcock; two brothers, Jerome Ricicar of New Ulm, Tex., and Edwin Ricicar of Hitchcock; and two sisters, Mrs. Sydonia Muscat and Mrs. Georgia Broz, both of Galveston. Pallbearers were L. A. Densman, Joe Muscat, Robert Sebesta, Hubert Horcia, Bennie Sebesta and Leo Macik. ROSA ANDREWS Funeral services for mi a. Rosa A. Andrews, 53, of 2514 Boss, were held Wednesday at McKinney Memorial United Methodist Church with the Rev. J. B. Black officiating. Burial was in Dime Box Cemetery in Dime Box, Tex., under the direction of Mainland Funeral Home of La Marque. She died Sunday. She was born Sept. 2, 1922 in Lee Cdunty, Tex. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Laverne Randle, Mrs. Rosie Lorraine Anderson and Mrs. Christine Andrews, alll of Houston, Mrs. Dorothy N. Flemon of La Marque and Mrs. Geraldine Jeffcoat of Philadelphia; three sons, Jarvis L. Jarmon and Marion Andrews, both of La Marque, and Samuel Andrews of Houston: one sister. Mrs. I Antonio; three brothers, Clarence Humphrey of Dime Box, Tex., Gentle Humphrey of Colemon, Tex., and Collins Humphrey of College Station, Tex., and nine grandchildren.