The Llano News 20 March 1941
Mrs. Bardin (Continued from Page ONE) and Mrs. Evalena Ormand of Bartlett. Bartlett. With the exception of one daughter, daughter, Mrs. Belle Glover, all were with their mother at the time of her death. Mrs. Bardin had been a member of the Primitive Baptist Church for a number of years and lived a devoted devoted and Christian life until her death. Mrs. Bardin, aunt Mandie to most of her friends, was loved by all who knew her. She was good to her neighbors, visiting the sick and offering her assistance assistance whereever she might be needed, as long as her health would permit. Mr. and Mrs. Bardin moved to Valley Valley Spring from Lee county in 1883. They first settled on the place where William Talley now lives. Later Mrs. Bardin with her children moved into Valley Spring, where she lived until her death. In addition to her immediate family family she is survived by 22 grandchildren grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren and other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were conducted at the Church of Christ in Valley Spring Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock by Elder S. N. Redford of the Primitive Baptist Church. Interment Interment was in the Valley Spring cemetery, cemetery, under the direction of Miles Buttery, Llano undertaker. Pall bearers were: Malcum Jernigan, Jernigan, Van Spinks, Fred Bardin and Garland Ormand. Jr., grandsons of the deceased, and Willie Keng and BURNET-LLANO BAPTIST ASSOCIATION TO MEET The Burnet-Llano Baptist Assocla- tion Sunday School will meet In Burnet Burnet on Monday night, March 24, at 7:45. The program Is as follows: 7:45—Devotion—AlvSn Johnson, of Llano. 8:00—Business—N. A. Sanders, Llano, presiding. . 8:10—Th e Juniors— W. 8. Bun ton, Marble Trails. 8:20—The Intermediates— Mrs. N. A. Sanders, Llano. 8:30—The Young People—members of Bvirnet church. 8:40—The Extension Department— Miss Willie Hale, Marble Flails. 8:60—The State Sunday School convention—Buren Sparks, Burnet. FOR SALE Practically new Kohler Electric Plant. 1500 watts—11,0-volt A. C. Fully automatic. Reasonable. Location on Lower Crabappl Fredericksburg road. 8 miles from Enchanted rock. A. E. Petersen, Fredericksburg, Texas. Wanted to Buy: We pay good prices for Scrap Iron. Bogusch Garage. tfclS Elmo Keng, nephews. Amorig the out-of-town people to attend "Sthe funeral services were: Mr. 'anf Mrs. Ward Gray and Garland Garland Ofmand, Jr., of San Marcos; Mr. an<| Mrs. l\Talcum Jernigan, Mrs. H. H. Birch and Leonard Robertson of Austin; Harman Gartman, Mr. and Mrs. H- D. Gartman and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gartman of Sanco; Fred Bardin and Mrs. Dorothy Belle Bea- hue of Temple; Mr. and Mrs. Van Spinks and little daughter cf Llano; and Garland Ormand, Sr., of Bartlett.