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Crosbyfon Rites Set For John Hargrove < | | CROSBYTON, Jul 6. (Special) —Funeral services -for John D. Hargrove, 80, longtime resident of Crosb County who died this morning at the Lubbock home of his son, C. D, Hargrove, will be held at 3 p. m. Wednesday at the Baptist Church in Crosbyton, The Rev. C, A, Strickland, Assembly of God pastor at Floy- dnda, will officiate, assisted by tho Rev. Fred 'Smith, Assembly of God pa tot at Crosbyton, and the ROT: Carl Brisson, Baptist pastor at Crosbyton. Burial will be in Crosbyton Cemetery, under direction of McDonald Funeral Chapel, Hargrove moved to Crosby; County in 1826. \ Survivors include his wife; seven: sons, C. E. Hargrove, Crosbyton, C. H. and C. S. Hargrove, Garland, C. D. Hargrove, Lubbock, J., D. Hargrove, Friona, W. L. Har-j grove, Lubbock, and H, C. i NO NIGHT HAIL Hail seldom falls at.night, for the same reason that it seldom falls in cool weather. The earth, being cooler at night, does not then furnish enough rising air currents to force raindrops to a sufficient height to freeze them. Hargrove, Lubbock; two daughters, Mrs. E. A. McKinney, San Antonio, and Mrs. J. W. Lowrance, Dinuba, Calif.; two brothers, D. C, Hargrove and T. R. Hargrove, both ot Garland; 47 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren.