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 - DEATHS AND FUNERALS E D. Cunningham E. D....
DEATHS AND FUNERALS E D. Cunningham E. D. Cunningham, Rt. i, Petty, father-'of'Dee Cunningham, Paris High School principal, died Wednesday, -at 9:45 L p.m. in a Paris hospital. The funeral, Friday at 3 p.m. at Whiterock Church near Petty, will be/conducted by the Rev. Ollie Appb.'-.Cooper's Funeral Home of Hiney Grove will make burial in Hickory Grove Cemetery. Bron near Petty, July 25, 1889, E. D. Cunningham was a son of the late David M. and Sarah £. (Smith) Cunningham. He had been a farmer. Mr. Cunningham leaves his wife, tie former .Miss Leona Lynn whom he married June 24, 1906; these children: Mrs. D. L. Duvall, Mrs. Ray Chaney and Arthur Cun- jiingham, Lubbpck; Mrs. R. B. Nash and Winifred Cunningham of Alice; Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Petty; Dee Cunningham, Paris, and Jess Cunningham, Roswell, N.M.; 15 other descendants; a sister, Mrs. A. W. Caffee, Honey Grove, and two brothers, A. F. Cunning- horn, Fort Worth, and J. M. Cunningham, Seminole, Okla. Pittman Funeral Park; News Service BOGATA—Last rites for Wilburn P. Pittman, 65, were held Sunday at Wilkinson Baptist Church near Talco, Bogala Funeral Home making burial in Shields Cemetery. The ,Rev. Marshall Penn, Detroit, aiid the Rev. Atvin Blaylock, Talco, officiated and pallbearer,? were Morris•• Blaylock, Jesse BSayiock, Odis Blaylock, Rayford Pittman, Delmo Blaylock arid Wallace Fry. Surviving are Mrs. Pittman, the former Miss Delia Blaylock, and these children: Claude Pittman and Mrs. Christine Landreth, Detroit; Ollie Pittman, Richmond, Calif.; Coy Pittman, Semiuole; Tech. Sgt, Herbert H. Pjttman, Denver, Colo.; Staff Sgt. W. P. Pittman, Jr., Larson, Wash.; Mrs. Winnie Noe and Miss Katherine Pittman, Bogata, and Mrs. Nola Reynolds, Amarillo; a number of other descendants, and a brother, Charlie Pittman, Talco. Franklin E, Smith Paris News Service CLARKSVILLE — Last rites for Franklin Edward Smith, 92, who died in Wichita Falls, April 6, were held at the church in Bluff community where Jolley's Funeral Home made burial. Pallbearers were Marshall Norwood, Tom Smith, S. F. Gibson, Pete Hargus, Frank James and Luther Eisenhower. A son, Franklin E. Smith, Jr., Detroit, survives. Martin Funeral

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  1. The Paris News,
  2. 11 Apr 1957, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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