Llano News 3 February 1955
FEBRUARY 3, 1955 J. L. Gartman To Be Buried Thursday Aft. Funeral services for Joseph Louis Gartman, 54, former Llano county resident, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Buttery Funeral home here. Burial will be in Llano City cemetery. Mr. Gartman died Sunday at his home in San Bernadino, Calif. A native of Llano county, he was born Nov. 29, 1900 in Valley Spg. and in 1912 moved to Llano town •where his father, H. J. Gartman, was deputy sheriff for a number of years. He moved to Coke county during the latter 1920's, lived after. that for a number of years in the Rio Grande Valley, and moved to California California about 1945 where he was fe civilian employee at an air base near San Bernadino. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Anna Gartman of San Bernadino; his father, H. J. Gartmaa of Austin, Austin, former postmaster at Sanco; and three .brothers, Hiram and Clyde of Grand Prairie and Truman Truman Gartman of Sterling City. Pallbearers for the service will all be nephews. Prices of farm land in Texas fell two per cent in the four-month period ending N r ov. 1, 1954. This word comes from the USDA.