The Paris News 3 Feb 1941 pg 5 John McGuyer

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The Paris News
3 Feb 1941 pg 5
John McGuyer - Funeral Sunday At Charleston For Aged Delta...
Funeral Sunday At Charleston For Aged Delta County Citizen COOPER (Special). — Funeral service was held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Church in Charleston community for John McGuyer, 89, who died in Cooper Saturday afternoon. The Rev. T. L. Darby; Lake Creek pastor, assisted by the Rev. R. E. Streetman, Baptist pastor here, officiated, and burial was made at Charleston Cemetery by Smith Bros. Funeral Home of Cooper. Mr. McGuyer had lived all his life in Charleston. Surviving are seven children, T, J. McGuyer of Lubbock, Charles McGuyer oi Oklahoma City, Mrs. Clara Wordeti of Charleston, Mrs. Odie Oats of Slaton, Mrs. Lucy Stell of Paris, Mrs. Naomi Clark and Virgil McGuyer of Cooper; 19 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and these brothers and sisters: Frank, Henry and Rufus McGuyer, all living in Delta ( County, Gib McGuyer of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Mary Sutherland of Cooper, Mrs. Bettie Oats and Mrs. Lucille Templeton. oi Charleston. Mrs. Emery Will Be Presented In Review Mrs. Herbert Emery of Dallas will be presented in a book review of "The Family" by Nina Fedorova at the Methodist Church in Roxton Monday night, Feb. 3, at 7:30 o'clock. "The Family" won the Atlantic $10,000 prize award and is one of the top ranking best sellers of today. A small admission charge will

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