The Paris News 15 Mar 1948 pg 6 Rufus McGuyer
(Continued from Page 1) day—100." This was the gift of Mr. granddaughter, had charge of the register, and assisting in serving were Miss Anna Fred McGuyer, Dallas; Miss Jo Nell Chambers, Gladewater; Miss Lola Nell Morgan Morgan and Miss Zelda Nance, Cooper, assisted by Ruth and Betty Barn- burg, Casa Grande, Ariz. Eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. C. B. McGuyer, Thomas Rufus McGuyer was ford County. Tenn., coming to Texas with his parents when he was seven years old. and settled ot Moore Springs east of Paris. -10 jo i T3 i 18 llJl! e ?; I He later movefl to Delta County. and on June 27, 1872, married Miss Hattie Oats of Charleston, who ; died in 1919. . .. ,,„.__ Mr. McGuyer has these living children: Thomas McGuyer and i Jim McGuyer, Dallas; Mrs. Olin , venu Lyles. Charleston; Alvin McGuyer, ~ - ——"-— - 1 " 11 Detroit, and Lane McGuyer, with •whom he makes his home. He has also three half-brothers, a half sister, sister, Henry McGuyer, Frank McGuyer, McGuyer, and Mrs. Amos Templeton, all of'Cooper, and Gid McGuyer, Kemp, Okla., whose ages range from about 85 to 66. His relatives present besides those living : n Cooper, included Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McGuyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McGuyer, Mr. and Mrs.Gene Croman and three children. children. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elsby, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McGuyer, Mr. and Mrs. H, Eubanks and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Dugan Fox and children, Jimmie and Sue, all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McGuyer, McGuyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams and daughter of Detroit; Mr and Mrs. Elton McGuyer and children, Ruth. Betty, Carol and Don of Casa Grande, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Click and daughter. daughter. Peggy, Longview; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Chambers and daughters, Jo Nell; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lain McGuyer, Galdewater; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McGuyer and Mr. and Mrs. Faye Stell and Mrs. Lucy Stell, Paris; Mr. and Mrs.' Lanoy Taylor and daughter, of Denison; Mr. and Mrs Opal George and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Cas George, Sulphur Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hargraves. Hargraves. Antlers, Okla.; Mrs. Jessie Oats and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Click Commerce; Mrs.Lillie Hammond Hammond and son, Marlowe, Okla.; Sulphur Bluff; Mrs. Delia Liles and Mr. Liles. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Liles and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Liles and two children; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Liles and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Floj'd Visor and son. nrt Mr, Orvme Oats Mr i ' and Mrs. Homer Helm, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McGuyer and two children, children, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Peters and son. Miss Jennie Oats, Mrs. Alpha Aldrich. Marvin Oats, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trapp, Mr. and M Byron Oats and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Van Worden and three ! children. Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Hemby. Hemby. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Oats, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Welch and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Schultz and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Schultz and daughter, Mrs. r, WH M .nri Mr, A L Clara Worden. Mr and Mis. A. L. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Worden and j son, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Worden | 1 Mrs. T. J. Worden and son, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bettes I and two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. | J. t Oats and daughter, all of Charleston.