Clipped From The Paris News
to Death Calls A. Dwyer Funeral Services Are Arranged For Venerable Paris Resident Death of Andrew Dwyer, 84 years, occurred at 6:50 o'clock Tuesday evening at St, Joseph's Hospital where he had made his home the past five years. A Rosary service will be held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at Manton-Fry Funeral Chapel, and mass will be said at Our Lady of Victory. Church, Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. F. J Schiessl. Interment will be made at Evergreen cemetery and pall| bearers will be A. B. Faust, A. i Frenn, M. D. Emerson, Vincent j Krieg, John Hoilje and George I Thebo. There are no immediate survivors, Mr. Dwyer's wile, the former Miss Ellen Birmingham, having died in 1921. They had no children. Mr. Dwyer, born at Rosecrea, Ireland, July 23, 1855, came to the United States in 1881. Ten j years later, he and his wife came to Paris, which had been his home ever since. He was a salesman for 20 years at old Crook-Record Company dry goods store and later when it was bought by th-e present owners, Perkins Bros. Under the late Phil Baer, United States marshal, he was court crier for the federal court of the Eastern District of Texas. ^ . i j i '