Clipped From The Paris News
Vtaore Funeral Paris News Service CLARKSV1LLE — The funeral of Albert P. Moore. 71, of Pine Jranch, was set for Thursday at 2 p. m. at Cuthand Methodist Jhurch, conducted by the Rev. Jesse Watson. Jolley - Weaver Funeral Home had charge of burial in Cuthand Cemetery. Mr. Moore, a farmer, died o£ a icart attack at the store in Pine Branch community early Tuesday afternoon. He was born in Texas, Dec. 24, 1883, and married Miss Delia Butler here, Nov. 18, 1923. She survivies, besides these children: Mrs. Nettie Province and Russell Moore, Midland; Mrs. Emma O'Donnell, Oxnard. Calif.; Mrs. Leon Duffee and Robert B. Moore, Bogata; Ellis Moore, Ore City; Raymond Moore, Chalmers Moore, John Moore and Wade Moore, all of Clarksville; 37 grandchildren, 13 great - granchildren, and these brothers: Jesse M. Moore, Cuthand; Max M oor e Hushville, Ind., and Luther Moore, Hugo, Okla.