Bessie Gaston Littleton
session this sessions Alert SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. BESS LITTLETON Mrs. Bess Pearl Littleton died at St. Francis Hospital in Cape Girardeau early Tuesday morning of heart trouble and dropsy, had confined her to her home past year. Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon with the pastor, Rev. E. D. Owen, charge of the rites and Rev. A. Massey of Morehouse assisting. Burial was made in Memorial Park cemetery with Taylor service. Mrs. Littleton, a native of Morehouse, was aged 38 years. Her survivors include her husband, Jim Littleton, and a daughter, Miss Bonnie Joe Faulkner, ialifornia. Other survivors are her father, W. R. Gaston, of Morehouse, two sisters, Mrs. Charles Autry, of Benton Harbor, Mich., and Mrs. Mark Sullivan, of Morehouse, and two brothers, Sgt. Noble Gaston, who is with the armed forces in Europe, and Gaston, of Ralamazoo, Mich.