Clipped From Amarillo Daily News
but was RoberMOIack Rites at Gruver GUUVKU, Nov. 1.1 I'nncrnl services for noliert Marlon Illack, 72 years old, will he con- ducted at 3 o'clock Tuesday after- noon In First Mt'lhmtisl Church with N'ormnn Keener, minister of Gruver Church of Clirisl, orrlclnt- JnÂ«. Burial wilt be in Gruver Ceme- tery under direction of Blackburn- Shaw-Brown of Borger. Mr, Hlnck died Saturday night Us home here. He had lived in ver since 1921. He was a building contractor and cabinet maker here for many years. His hobby was gardening and he had one of the show gardens of the area year year, regard less of weather condi- tions. Mr. Black was born in a log near Cro,Â« Plains in CaHahan County, His father, the late R. Bluck. was county Judge ot East- land County for several years. Survivor* are lite wife, three R, if. Black, Jr., Gruver, Stencil Greenwood Black, Las Vegas, Nev. and Sgt. E. J. Blnck who came frotn Knr^a tn IM w jth his father; a daughter. Mrs. George Friend Vancouver, Wash.; four sisters, T. C. Richardson, Dallas; Mrs. McRec, Borger; Mrs. Mary Kynette Philadelphia, and Mrs. M. Aingel, Longview, and brother, Lee Black, Wheeler.