William Randolph Clark (E. E. Clark's Brother)
She for and in mem be M r s o ClarkRI.es, SelTucnlay At BalliHger BAUJNGER (RNS) - Funeral or William Randolph Clark, 82, will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the First Methodist C h in Ballinger with the Rev. Carroll Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery under direction of Newby - Davis Funeral Home. Mr. Clark died at 10:45 a.m Sunday at the Holiday Hills Rest Home in Coleman following an ill ness of nine years. He was born May 19, 1879, in Sparta, Term., and came lo nels County in 1908 from Brown wood where lie had lived for a number of years. He married Eula B. McMillai on Feb. S, 1902 at LaGrange. died in 1928. He married Annie Francis on Aug. 5, 1940. Mr. Clark was a retired coltoi buyer and farmer and a membei of the Methodist church, Pallbearers will be A. J. C. A. Bissetl, Randy, Curtis, my Thomas, Roy John Clark, Bissett, Price Middleton and J W. Moore. Mr. Clark is survived by his wife; four sons, J. L. of Rankin W. R. Jr. of San Angelo, Harolt W. of Fort Worth and Robert of Winters; four daughters, Fran ccs Fay Clark of Houston, Mrs Irmegene Curtis of Pearsall, Sue Bishop of Corpus Chrisli Mrs. Eula Mae Bissetl of Ballin ger; one brother, E. E. of San Antonio; o n e sister, Mrs. Anderson of Abilene; seven children and two great - grand children.