Rev. Hiram R. Singleton, Dec'd, El Paso, Tx
DEATHS AND BURIALS. MISS MANNING HERE AY ED. Miss Mildred Manning, of the Majestic Majestic company, received the sad news this morning of the death in San Francisco of her father. A. Sideman. All the other other members of the family were at home, but Miss Manning was not even aware that her father was seriously ill. REV. HIRAM B. SINGLETON. Rev. Hiram R. Singleton, 40 years a Metho<?ist minister, tied Thursday ;;t his home. 1323 Myrtle avenue i Mr. Singleton came to F.l Paso three years ago at his i t tirement. Surviving are tw'o sons, Ewell D. Singleton, a sales( sales( man for a local foundry and machine | company, and Rev. Frank Singleton, n : Louisiana minister, who came to El j Paso upon receiving word of the death, j The aged minister had''held pastorates j in Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana. The body was shipped by Nagley ¿4 Raster Raster to Covin^t >n. La. PETER McINNES.