Sarah Elizabeth Strange (Byrd)
imittiN Thursday, Apr?i 9, DEATHS* DEATHS* * * * and FUNERALS Clarence McDaniel Mrs. Stella Bdton Services fot. Clarence Hugh COMANCHE (BBC) - Serv- McDonald, ft, of 270§ First will' tees fof Mrs. Stella Lottie Bol- be at 2:!» p.m. today in Davis- i tort, 77, of Gustine. will be at Motris Funeral Home with the 2 p.m. Friday ift the Gustine Rev*. Ray Elliott officiating. First Baptist Church with the Burial will be In Easllawn Rev. Vic Allen of Rising Star and Cemetery. ithe Rev. Wright Price of Flat Mr. McDanlel died Tuesday officiating, at BYownwood Memorial Hospital Hospital - after a short illness.-He had been a resident of'Brown- wood three years. Survivors include his wife, two daughters and a granddaughter. granddaughter. Chester Johnson, 55 Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery at Gustine under the direction of Oak Lawn Funeral Home in Comanche. Mrs. Bolton died at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday in a Gatesville hospital hospital where she had been a patient patient two months. Born Dec. 25, 1892 at Gustine, she married Floyd Bollon there COMANCHE(BBC) -Funeral Ma 5f 7 > 1913 - Mr - *° llm died fof Chester W. Johnston, 65, of i A E™ 1 I4) 1963 Rt Rt I, Comanche, were to be at i sl J e was a member ° f the Gus- 3 p.m. today in Comanchc Fu-j 11 " 6 B ?P tis t church, netal Home with Dale Scott,' Survivors are one daughter, Church of Christ minister, of-> MrS ' Geor g e Clawson of Flat; fidaliiig. j one brother, R. L. (Bob) Couch - - - of Gustine; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Bradshaw of Comanche and Mrs. Carl McDonald of Big Spring; and two grandchildren. Burial was to be in Zion Hill Cemetery. Mr. Johnston died at 1:25 p.m. Wednesday in Mims Memorial Hospital after a long illness. A resident of Comanche County County all his life, Mr. Johnston was a fanner. Born March 17, 1915 ihere, he married Lillian Williams Williams Dec. 15, 1937 in De Leon. Services for Charles William Ives, 42, of 1812 Ninth St. will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Davis- Survivors include his wife-) Morris Funeral Home - Buria i one son, Stelvin Johnston of Co- wiu ^ ta Greenleaf Cemetery. Charles W. Ives, 42 manchej two daughters, Miss Vickie , Johnston of Comanche and Mrs, Pat Buchanan of Eastland; Eastland; three brothers, Henry Johriston, Gene Johnston and Thomas Johnston, all of Comanche; Comanche; four sisters, Mrs. Curtis Powers of Comanche, Mrs. Pauline Pauline Hill of Riverside, Calif., Mrs. Beatrice Helm of Cleveland, Cleveland, Tex. and Mrs. F. D. Keith of Lubbock; and four grandchildren. grandchildren. Mrs. Sarah Strange • CROSS PLAINS — Funeral for Mrs." Sarah Eliza Strange, 99, a former resident of Cross Cut, is pending at Higginbotham Funeral, Home in 'Cross Plains. Mrs. Strange died in Tucson, Ariz. Tuesday where she had Jived for il years. She had moved moved to Tucson from El,P,aso, ' Her body'', will arrive at 4:30 p.m. .Friday, al San, Angeo, The ' Rev. Presr byterian minister of Cross Cut, is to officiate and burial will be In Cross Git' Cemetery. Born Dec; 29 f 1870 in Brownwood, Brownwood, she .had married William Russell Strange.. Preceding her in death were her husband and two sons,' Shirley and Larence. Survivors'* include one son, Glenn Strange of Burbank, Calif, two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Ethel Jensen of Tucson and Mrs. Altha Jean Person of San Antonio'; Antonio'; 14 grandchildren, 26 _ great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren. Mr. Ives died at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday at his home following following a long illness. Born Aug. 11, 1927 in Elkins, he.was a service station operator operator and a member of the Bap- tist'church. He had lived all of his life In Brownwood. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. 'Mary Seay of Provo, Utah two sisters, Mrs. Leona Templin Templin of Brownwoodj Mrs. Horace Perdue of Dallas; two half- sisters, Mrs, D. A. Kilgore of Kersey, Colo., Mrs. Raymond Santisterean of McGill, Nev. two - half-brothers, Wallace Black of Salt Lake City, Utah and David Black of Starke Fla. Scattered Rains Fall Along Coast By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Light rain pattered down near •tiie-.Texas Coast today as a wan- ing'cool front stalled in a puny push across' the state. • .Near dawn .the forward-edge of the cooler air mass lay along a line connecting Lake Texoma, Abilene arid Big Spring. •The light <rain or'drizzle fell from around Corpus Christi up- the coast past Galveston, at times reaching about 30 miles inland. Skies were generally cloudy in the wanner air lying ahead of the front but at times only partly partly cloudy in its wake. Dalhart In the Panhandle was the only point reporting clear weather at daylight.