Clipped From Corsicana Daily Sun
Tickle Rites Held Wednesday Funeral services were held foi Mrs. Myrtle Tickle, 70, from the at 2 p.m. Wed- burial in the Corley chapel, icsday, with Younger cemetery near Purdon. flites were conducted by Rev. Horace Rawls and Rev. R. J. Miller of Killeen. Mrs. Tickle died suddenly londay at Browmvood while traveling through that area. A native of Georgia who resided it Purdon most of her life, Mrs. Tickle moved to Waco several years ago, where she resided resided at 1302 Crestline Drive. She was a member of the As sembly of God church in Waco. Surviving are two sons, John M. Tickle, Waco, and Billy Tickle, Killeen; three grandchildren; grandchildren; two brothers, C. J. Davis, Austin, and J. J. Davis, two sisters, Mrs. Ma)el Ma)el McElroy, Trinidad, and Mrs. Jewel Farmer, Lubbock. Nephews were pallbearers.