Clipped From The Paris News
Freeman Moore B 0 G A T A — Freeman Chalmer Moore, 60, of Bogata, died suddenly at his residence n apparent heart attack. Services will be held Simda . | follo\vjng i ; Houstone and _ AIrs Carolyn 'Emma O'Dpnald of Oxard, Terr}' Wilbert Thomas Sr. 3 died Thursda" at home. He was born Oct. 12, 1913 in Red River County, the son of Albert Moore and Pearl Bankston. He married the former Essie Wharton in 1933 at Cuthand. He was a retired welder. Survivors include his wife: four sons, Hollis Gerald Moore and Hulen Moore, both of Bogata and Dadie J- Moore of Sand Springs, Okla., and Donnie Ray Moore of Terrell; five daughters. Mrs. Evelyn Eudy and Mrs. Barbara Freeman of Bogata, Mrs. Jane Belcher of Houston and M r s. Car o 1 y n Mclntosh and Mrs- Marilyn Naas, both of Tulsa, Okla.: three sisters. Mrs. Nettie Provins and Mrs. Leona Duffee, both of Midland and Mrs. Emma O'Donald of Oxard, Calif.; five brothers, Russell Moore of Grapevine, John Moore and -Wade Moore, both of Clarksville;. Burl Moore 'of Bogata and Ellis Moore of Mount Pleasant and a stepmother. Mrs- Delia Moore of Bogata and 21 grandchildren.