Clipped From The Amarillo Globe-Times
al- The Mrs. Venable Funeral Set Funeral sorvlfiM for .Mm! Mary Belle Venablr, early-day Boiith Plulnn Mwtdnnt, will hÂ« held at" J o'lilonk tniiiorrnw * T i e r n no u 'In BlÂ»iiklui'l)"8lniw Meiuoi'lRl Olninoi, riÂ»V. T, Rugae Nflal," paftint' of AMI Jaclnto Methodist, Ohurch, will oj- floate, Named aÂ« piillbearera are C. DiKon, J. C. Coble, Jim Parr, A. B, Dunlven, H. A. Hannari and Harry Gardner. Burial will be In Llano Cemetery. Mrs. Venable, 88 years old, died yesterday in her home at 2404 Harrison. Harrison. She had been a resident of Amarillo for 10 .years. Mrs. Venable was a native of Texas, having; been born in Denton Denton County. She moved to Hale County in'1890 and lived there for about half a century. Her first home in Hale County waÂ»Â« jtiiwut, -nmumlMitii by riarl.vÂ«day trav*l*i'Â« ftfthR vefltm M a Â«onvenlÂ«nl. mopping plane In the trek across the Plain*. Surviving relative! Include her husband, R, C. Venable; three L, I,,, A. A, and B. Â». HudRlnn; dniiKhlfr. Mm, o, i:,, ounnlvoni * fitftpdKugiiter, Mn. W. O, Turpliij all of Amarillo; a stepson, J, c, VÂ«nitblÂ«, Grand Prairie;-nix grandchildren grandchildren and four great, Â«mnrf:hll- tll'fll), locil Min Chirgid Wrth Driving While Infoxlufetf OhargM of driving while Intoxicated Intoxicated were filed today In county court nRftlmt Jamet Bunch, 308 Cleveland, driver of a oar involved in a collision with a taxicab last night at Twentieth and Cleveland. He was released on bond, due the absence of E. O. Northcutt, county Judge, after telling Hoy anodgrass, county attorney, he| would enter a plea of guilty, Mr.! Snodgrasi said.