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6—Corsicana, Tex., Daily Sun, Mon., 5Tov. 22, 1965 "V • Line Oi The Year" Members To Receive Hams, Special Citation Approximately 60 employes of the Corsicana Company will re ceive large hams and a special citation as the "Line Of The Year." Line 3, of which Mrs. Esteile Adams in forelady, had the most oustandlng quality and quantity production of Haggar Slacks, Special recognition and a cor- Bage were given Mrs. Adams at the annual plant managers' and foreladies' meeting In Dallas last weekend. Each of the eight Haggar plants named an outstanding outstanding line. Mrs. Jane Booher, plant president president of the Corsicana unit, will present the hams to the following following members of the winning lino: Barbara Bruce, Eunice Collins, Collins, Daisy Scruggs, Betty Hardy, Hardy, Hester Varner, Barbara Wright, Edna Whltener, Sarah Houck, Dorothy Pierce, Mamie Frame, Mary French, Oleta Grounds, Anna Lankford, Clessie Clessie Baker, Velma LewU; Letha Danford, Alma Hollingsworth, Hollingsworth, Jimmle Scott, Carolyn Carolyn Mlnatra, Olevia Rascoe, Barbara Dunlap, Lura Mac Cagle, Edna French, Vera Murphy, Murphy, Edith Denbow, Nanie Holloway, Holloway, Marianne Nevlll, Lynda Tanner, Virginia Harper, Annie Ruth Robinson, Jacquie Rash, Irene Novasae, Christllne Sand!- fer; Lois Benfleld, Vaudle Standard. Standard. Doris Jean McCrory, Mary Louise Harris, Sylvia Hayes, Edna Edna McCain, Rosa Lee Spence, Mary Stephens, Mary Bickerstaff, Bickerstaff, Helen Smith, Sandra Graham, Graham, Bonnie Carver, Geneva Speed, Adlne Cumble, Lexie McCarter, Bertha Andrews, Doris Doris Ivle and Floy Hawkins. I. A. Stovall Dies At Kerens KERENS, Nov. 22 (Spl) — Funeral srevices for Ira Audrian Audrian Stovall, 66, who died at his home here Saturday, were held Sunday at 3 p.m. from the First Baptist church. The rites were conducted by Rev. Don Walker, pastor. Burial was In the Kerens Kerens City cemetery. A native of Round Prairie, Stovall was a retired Mobil oil truck driver. His first job with the then Magnolia Petroleum company was hauling kerosene from Corsicana to Kerens. Surviving are two sons, Kenneth Kenneth and Ted Stovall, mother, Mrs. Mary Alice Stovall, a brother, brother, J. N. Stovall, all of Kerens, Kerens, and four grandchildren. Pallbearers were Joe Dick Washburn Glen Dale Owens, Johnny Scott, Robert Earley, Kenneth Lewis, August Hill. Drew McClung, Tlllman Reed, Tom Layfield and Melvln Penny. Penny.