Clipped From The Neosho Daily News
will be in the Burkhart Cemetery | Florence Johnson, Rltchey, Mrs. di- at Racine under direction of the'Irene Brown, Ritchey, Mrs. Nell Thompson .Funeral Home. iSummey, Granby'; and one son, 5, in of 8- injuries he the Giles D. Tar rant Giles D. Tarrant, 63, Kirksville, Mo., died at Kirksville Sunday at 6:3o a.m. after an illness of two years. Mr. Giles was a retired butcher. He moved to Kirksville from Neosho two years ago. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Annabelle Tarranl; one son, James, who is stationed in the Navy at Norfork, Va.; one brother John M., Champagne, 111., and two grandsons. The body is being returned to Neosho by the Clark Funeral Home and arrangements will be announced. D. D. Hilker, Ritchey. Services were held Monday at 12:30 p.m. at the Fire Baptist Holi- Incss Church in Ritchey. Rev. Bass officiated and burial was in the Black Fox Cemetery under di| rection of the Shewmake Funeral 'Home of Granby. j Dale M. Boman ! Services for Dale Martin Boman, ;who died Saturday morning, were iheld Monday at 2 p.m. at the jSwars Prairie Church of Christ, j Chris Adams officiated and burial and was in the church cemetery under! dircction of the Biddlecome neral Home of Seneca. Fu- a Members of his car pool from Lee Roy Milker Lee Roy Hilker, 79, Ritchey, died at 8:50 p.m. Monday at Cardwell Memorial Hospital where he i«d been a patient two weeks. Mr. Silker was born June 3, 1884 in Missouri. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Eva Staggs, Carthage, Mrs. Dorothy Hawks, California, Mrs. ! Goodman served as pallbearers. ill atj James H. Skelton | James H. Skelton, 92, died |fi:40 a.m. today in the Cardwell i ; Memorial Hospital. He had been in 'failing health one year. Granby. ! Mr. Skelton was born June 2, '• 11871. in Carroll County, Ark. Hei ! made his home with a daughter, I Mrs. May Weston, 1315 Broadway,'Freeman Neosho. He had lived here since; early in 1930 and attended the Full Mrs.