Whiteselle, Kate, newspaper obit

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nrnirirro f WpWA Qf PV f f Q * UllLll/lL ULIlflULU BENEFACTOR P.ASSES — Mrs. J. ' E. Whiteselle, above, civic leader and benefactor, and resident here: many years passed away at her, home eaily Friday. Interested lie and civic matters, Mrs. ^hite-,p^i | i j j selle had provided funds for many ; worthy projects in recent years.—j (Photo by Tessie Dickeson Studio.) ; , ......... ................................ ,,,, ^ j PLANNED SATURDAY FDR MRS. WHITESELLE PIONEER RESIDENT AND CIVIC LEADER DIED HERE FRIDAY MORNING Mrs. Kate Huey Whiteselle, pioneer resident, benefactor and civic leader, died at her home here Friday morning at 2 o'clork. Funeral services are planned from St '^nhn’s E^iscopf’ Cbwch, of which she was a member, Saturday Saturday afternoon at .3 o’clock. Burial will be In Oakwood cemetery. The rites will he conducted by Rev. Alex B. Hanson, rector of the church. F^all bearers will be. Max D. Almond, Almond, J. N. Garitty. H. D. Johnson, Johnson, Sidney K. Brietz, E. M. Polk Sr., W. E. Slaughter, B. L. Sanders Sanders and Tate Lind.sey, Mrs. Whiteselle was the widow [ ; ! of the late James E, Whiteselle, i and daughter of the late Joseph , Huey and Mary Ann Peters Huey, aH pioneer citizens of Navarro coun- I G'- She had resided in Corsicana t lor more than a half century, and was active in financial, civic and other circles until a short time be fore her death, being vice president of the First National Bank here, and of the Whiteselle Brick and Lumber Company. < ivic l.cadcr. Interested in public and civic matter.s, Mrs. Whiteselle recently rioriatcd the K^e Whiteselle audi- tonum at the Kinsloe House pr(> yifled for the furniture of the \ MCA lobby, seats for the auditorium of I Corsicana Senior High School, and: an air-cooling unit for the matern- ity ward of the P. and S. Hospital. M is . Whiteselle e.stahlished the Whiteselle Scholarship for deserving deserving hoys and giiis in a memorial to her husband by which many de-' serving Corsi< ana hoy.s and girls were enabled to secure university ediicat ion.s. Mrs Whiteselle was a member of the DAR, The Colonial Dames of America and the Nineteenth I See Mlt.S WHITEHELLE, Page 3 |

Clipped from Corsicana Daily Sun12 Mar 1943, FriPage 1

Corsicana Daily Sun (Corsicana, Texas)12 Mar 1943, FriPage 1
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