Elsie Yelton Maxwell, Tuesday, 25 Mar 1969, pg. A-7, col. 7-8
Mrs. MaxiveWs Funeral Set MULESHOE (Special) — Mrs. Elsie Ann Maxwell, 46, of olorado City died Sunday in the all and Bennett Clinic in Big [jring following a short illness. Mrs. Maxwell, a native of Claude, had resided in Colorado ity three years after moving rom Farwell, where she had een a resident since 1957. Services will be at 2:30 p.m Vednesday in the Bovina First the Rev. J. B. Fowler, pastor, Ificiating. assisted by the Rev. ". L. Bass, pastor of the Farwell First Baptist Church. Burial in the Oklahoma Lane Cemetery vill be directed by Singleton Funeral Home of Muleshoo. Survivors include her husband, Don; two sons, Doug Roberts and Bill Roberts, both of Lubbock; Lubbock; a daughter, Mrs. Don Stone of Bovina; three sisters, Mrs. Edna Rodel of Grandview, Mo., Mrs. Effie Conkright and Mrs. Oleta Atascadero, brothers, Amarillo, Lambert, Calif.; both of. three Edgar Jim Yelton Yelton o£ of Washington state and Bill Yelton of Phoenix; and four grandchildren.