AK Jones obit
A K.Jones Of Aiiltrey Dead., Funeral Today PILOT POINT, Oct. 14 —Funeral —Funeral services were to be conducted Tit Ai.l'ivy r.t -'.~2 p. in. u*iay Jui~ Alexander K. Jones, 83, who died early Sunday at his home at Aubrey Aubrey following ftn iltness of about six weeks. Rev. E. L. Darnell ot Deuton will officiate at services at the First Baptist Church at Aubrey, assisted by Rev. Whitlock of Aub, Aub, rey, and interment will be in Delew Delew Cemetery. Beck Funeral Home of Pilot Point is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be Haskell Bell, Qcne Hutson, Martin Bare. C. C. Patterson and Frank Bell. Jones was born in Georgia .Ian. 18, 1863. He was married in 1908 in New Mexico to Miss OpAl Mae Hill, who died in 191S. He was inar- rted in 1822 at Aubrey to Miss Mona Bel], who survives him. Other surviors are: a son, Glen Jones of Dallas; a daughter, Mrs. B. B. Ralner of Luhbock; a brother, brother, James H. Jones of Van Alys- tyne; two grandchildren.