Elizabeth Smith Fooshee obit from Denton Record-Chronicle

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Elizabeth Smith Fooshee obit from Denton Record-Chronicle - DENTON AREA DEATHS Services For Infant...
DENTON AREA DEATHS Services For Infant Graveside services for Ihe infant infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Box, 3308 Heather Lane, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Roselawn Memorial Park. The Rev. Milton Rhodes, assistant assistant paslor of the Firsl Baptist Baptist Church, will officiate. Interment Interment will be under the direction direction of the Jack Schmilz Son Funeral Home. ; · . The child was born and~died Saturday morning in Flow Memorial Memorial Hospital. Survivors besides Ihe parents are Mrs. Ray Phy, maternal grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs. Loyce Box, paternal grandparents, grandparents, all of Borger. A. D. Slallings Jr. LITTLE ELM (Special) A. A. p. Stallings Jr., 50, of Breckenridge, Breckenridge, who was born in ihe Lloyd Community east of Denton, Denton, died Saturday in the Vet- an's Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M. Services are set for 2 p.m. Monday in a Breckenridge Funeral Funeral Home with interment in the Breckenridge Cemetery. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Don Slallings, Mr. Slallings : served in World War II and was awarded the air medal in recognition of courageous service service in the southwest Pacific. He flew 56 missions without injury. injury. ler of the late Beverly Rogers of Frisco. Mrs. Fooshee is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Anna Margaret Alexander of Houston; two sons, J. B. Fooshee of Abilene and Dale Fooshee of las; a niece, Mrs. Madge Smith Davis of Denton; and a Harpy- Smith;, of Saudia.j Ara- WaL:':._" · ' : . Mrs. Cliii'a Williams SAN XUIS OBISPO, Calif. Irs. Clara Williams of San Luis Obispo, Calif., died here Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Saturday in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Mrs. Williams was born In Denton County and was the daughter of the lale Mrs. W. Griffin of Denton. Mrs. Williams is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ruby of Morrobay, Calif., and Gladys Preston of Bakersville, Calif,; one son, Maloy Johnson of Bakersville, Calif.; and sislers, Mrs. Oliver Strickland of Little Elm, Mrs. Charles Allen Allen and Mrs. Raymond G i breath, both of Denlon. Mrs. Flossie Gilliland AUBREY (Special) -- Mrs. Flossie Gilliland, 60, of Aubrey died al 1 a.m. Saturday in home of her daughter, Mrs. Jearl Wilson, of Aubrey. Funeral services will he at p.m. today al Antioeh Baptist A graduate of Breckenridge j Church with Ihe Revs. F. High School, Mr. Sfallings isiOgle of Ihe Liberty Methodist survived by one daughter, Miss Church and Buddy Owens, Becky Stallings of Washington; one sisler, Mrs. Gena Nelms of Caddo; one brother, Dr. Cameron Cameron Slallings of Huntsville, and several nieces, nephews and cousins in Denlon and Liti Liti tie Elm. William Bryan Hall AUBREY (Special) - William William Bryan Hall, 69, a former resident of the Aubrey area, died Friday at Moab, Ulah. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Moab. He moved from this area 25 years ago. Survivors Include sons, Bob Hal! of Aubrey and W. B. Hall Jr. of Fort Worlh; and daughters, daughters, Mrs. Harvey Bowles of Aubrey and Mrs, Pauline Watson Watson of Amarillo; and 13 grandchildren. grandchildren. Mrs. S. J. Fooshee HOUSTON-Mrs. S. J. Fooshee Fooshee rf Houston, died here Friday Friday at 9:30 a.m. Funeral services services for iier will be held Monday Monday at 10 a.m. at the First Methodist Church of Prosper with burial In Ihe McKinney Cemetery. Mrs. Fooshee was the daughter,.of daughter,.of the .lale Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith of Prosper, mem- b«rs of * pioneer family of this area. Sh« wss 'the grsnddaugh- tor, officiating. Burial will be in Belew Cemetery under direction direction of Beck Funeral Home of Pilot Point. Mrs. Gilliland was born 15, 1S05, at Prosper and married married W..T. Gilliland in Denton in 1930. She was a member the Baptist church. Surviving are her husband; sons, Chester Gilliland and J. R. Slricklin, bold of Dallas, and C. L. Stricklin of Norlh Palm Beach, Fla.; her daugh- ler; 19 grandchildren; and lers, Mrs. Ethel Bothwell and Mrs. Francis Gilliland, both Denton, Mrs. Edgar Waldrum of Irving and Mis. Dick Red- ftarn of Aubrey. Services Held EARL COFFEY - Services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Coker Fu neral Home ' Chapel, burial Sanger Cemetery, The Rev. J. Frank Lamb of Houston the Rev. Don Huckabe of Denton. Pallbearers: Ted Allison, Bill Gentle, Bert Leuter, H. L. Carter, Ansle Howard and James George. NED McNEILL--Services Saturday Saturday 2 p.m., burial Roselawn Cemelery, Masonic Rites. Pallbearers: Pallbearers: 0, T. Freeman, Joe Reed, Chuck Avcria, Mack Keck.-Duane Cranford and Willis Vaughn,.al! of Wichila

Clipped from Denton Record-Chronicle04 Jul 1965, SunPage 2

Denton Record-Chronicle (Denton, Texas)04 Jul 1965, SunPage 2
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