Milton L. Campbell Obituary, Paris News 21 Dec 1953 p.5

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Milton L. Campbell Obituary, Paris News 21 Dec 1953 p.5  - MONDAY, DECEMBER 21,195J , DEATHS AND FUNERALS...
MONDAY, DECEMBER 21,195J , DEATHS AND FUNERALS M. L (Dude) Campbell Milton L. (Dude); Campbell, as, longtime Paris cab driver, died Sunday at11:55 p. m. at home, Rt. 2, Powderly, after several-years ill health. - : '•'••••• ,. :: ^ The funeral, Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m., will be held, at Gene : Rqden & Sons chapel, with interment in Meadowbrook Cemetery. . ir . Paul Epps,' Churcn of Christ minister, and the Rev. Calhoun. Johns|5n, Baptist pastor at Hoxtori, will officiate. . '•',.-...;.'-• ^ ' Mr; Campbell was/a hack driver for .the Paris Livery •& Transfer Transfer Company ".vheij it operated horse - drawn carriages, and was one of the first service car drivers, when automobiles came into general; general; use here. He,and his brother, the late Frank Campbell operated the first 10-cent taxicab company .here, and he drove for other com- panies'afterward. He was wcrjuiig ior- ; the Yellow Cab Company here when his; health Jailed and he retired retired about five years ago. He was born at Biardstown, July 18, 1888, son of the late -Wes and Mary (Vasser) Campbell. Surviving are his wife, formerly Miss Beulah Bramlett; a daughter, Mrs. H. E. Rileiv.'St. 2, Paris, and a sister, Mrs. Mamie Duna- gah of Emberson community. Berry Funeral The funeral of Robert H. (Bob) iJerry; 48, who 'died when his home burned in Johnson City, Tenn., will be held here AVednesday at lOiSO a, rn. • ;. . : ".Services in Fry-Gibfcs chapel will be •• conducted by the Rev. John Shuler of First Methodist CHurch, assisted by the Hev. Clarence Clarence Saint, First Christian Church, and burial will, be made in Evergreen Evergreen Cemetery. ,Mr. 'Berry, son of Mrs. R. H. Berry; ;908.. Graham St.; was formerly formerly athletic; coach for Pa r i s iB'sh rgebopl, Paris Junior College /aid: East Texas State Teachers College, Cornmerce. • iif H. Copeland yis H. Copeiand, 43, Of 1623 E. ; Tudor. St., died at St. Joseph's Hospital,? Sunday midnight; after a long illness i' at home. He had been here : a number of '' " ^Tuesday; at 10 aim;,Twill be held in Gene Roden & Sons chapel, 'with interment in Evergreen Cemetery; ' " : The Rev. R. A. Partlbw of First Presbyterian Church will officiate. Son p£ Coy and Emily (Frazier) Copeland, Travis Henley Copeland ; was: born ;in Paris, Dec. 18, 1910. He was : a member of First Baptist Church, and serve*-in - the Air Forces in World War II. \ Surviving are his father; his wife. Lorene, two .daughters, Mrs. Harvey : Armstrong, 203 E. Price St., and Linda Sue Copeland, Paris; two grandchildren; two brothers and a sister, Edwin Copeland, Copeland, Paris; Harry Copeland, and Miss Thelma Copeland, both of Dallas.' Dallas.' -..-.v;••• .:•.-..•• v./ .'• ' •'. Mrs. Otis Geers Mrs. Otis Geers, the former Miss Allie Bybee o£ Reno, died about 11:30 p.m. Saturday in a hospital in Oklahoma City. She had been ill some time, her father, L. B. Bybee of Reno, attending her

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