Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on April 15, 1955 · Page 50
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Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas · Page 50

Abilene, Texas
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Friday, April 15, 1955
Page 50
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2-B THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS AMlcne, Texas, Friday Mornlug, April K, 19b5 Mrs. McCaieb, Jones County Resident Since 19C7 r Dies ANSON, April 14 (RNS)-Mrs. Jasper McCaleb, 83, died in Anson General Hospital at 12:45 p.m. Thursday following a long illness. She had been a resident of Jones County since 1907. She was born Sarah Catherine McCaleb in Hickman County, Tenn., on March 20, 1872. She was reared there and piarried Jasper McCaleb there in 1S88. They moved to Texas in 1904, first settling in Ellis County. Their first Jones County home was in the Hodges community, where they helped organize the .Hope Church of Christ congregation, which still meets west of Hodges. The McCalobs moved in Dies Here W. \V. Nelson, 75. died at 3:10 p.m. Thursday it Hendrick Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Mr. Nelson was a carpenter all his l i f e and moved to Abilene from Duncan. Okla., in 1926. His residence here was at 1318 Cherry St. He was born March 10, 1880, at Prcscott, Ark., and married Miss Winnie White on July 12, 1909, at Straws, Te.v. He was a member of the United Pentecostal Church for many years. Funeral services wiu be held at I p.m. Friday at the Kiker-War- rcn chapeL\vith ths Rev. J. J. Kins- falher, pastor of the United Pentecostal Church, officiating. Burial will be in a local cemetery. Survivors include his wife: three daughters, Mrs. W. G. Looney of Beaumont, Mrs. Earl L. Adams. Abilene, and Mrs. Georgia Lee \Vri°ht, 801 Cherry: five sons, Les- (er B. of Odessa, Gerald W., 801 Cherry. A. C. and Billie, 1350 South Treadaway Blvd., and Bobby, 1318 Cherry: 19 grandchildren, end two great-grandchildren. 1918 to a farm home just south cf the city limits of Anson. They lived [here until Mr. McCaleb died In 1941. Mrs. McCaleb had made her lome alone in Anson since her husband's death. Mrs. McCaleb had been a member of the Church of Christ for 53 years. Funeral Saturday Funeral will be held at the Anson Church of Christ at * p.m. iirdaj'. Officifling will be John ·YankUn, minister, assisted by James Willeford. Herald of Truth radio minister from Abilene. Bvirial will be in Mt. Hope Ceme- :cry. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. The body will remain at -awrence Funeral Home until time for the funeral. Survivors include three sons, ^ee of Anson, J. E. of Hodges, and irvin of Anson; four daughters, Mrs. Claud Chadvrick of Anson, Mrs. Ben Elliott of Colorado City, and Mrs. Gail Massie and Mrs. Robert King, both of Abilene; 17 grandchildren, and 27 great-grandchildren. Mate of Former Abilenian Buried RALLS, April 14--Funeral for Jack Keith Haberer, 27. fatally Injured in a headon crash south o£ here Sunday, was held Tuesday in the First Methodist Church of Halls. Burial was in'a Rails Cemetery. He died Monday. His wife is the former Lela Faye (Penny) Maloue. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Malone. formerly of Elmdale, now of RaUs. She formerly wutked for American News Co. in Abilene and the Abilene Reporter-Neivs. Mrs. Bill Kimbrogh, 41, chief deputy county clerk and wife of the Crosby County agent, also was killed Haberer was a Rails farmer. Ex-Dallas Woman, Mrs. Lena Tinsley r Dies at Home Here Mrs. Lena Fendley Tinsley, Abl- ,ene resident for nine years, died at 7:40 pjn. Thursday at Hendrick Memorial Hospital alter one week's critical illness. She had been in ill health several years. Mrs. Tinsley had Jived with her daughter Mrs. E. N. Montgomery, 1318 South Sixth St. She was married to J. Tinsley, May 1, 1839, in Decalur. Her father was one ot the early-day druggists and merchants in Dallas.'Her husband, a merchant, died in 1930 in Dallas. Mrs. Tinsley was a member of Cliff Temple Baptist Church in Dallas and a member of the Pro- Lehon Class of that church for over 40 years. She taught Sunday School in the church for some time, Funeral will be held at 5:30 p.m. FYiday in Kiker-Warrea Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Willis P. Gerfiart of the Heavenly Rest Episcopal Church and Dr. Frank Royal, astor of South Side Baptist Church, officiating. The body, will be carried to-Dallas and will lie in state in Lamar and Smith Funeral Chapel in Dallas .from 12 to 1 p.m Saturday. Graveside services wit be held at 2 p.m. in Laurel Land Cemetery beside the grave of her husband. Survivors include one daughter; three sons, Maurice L. of Dallas and Abilene, Irma C. of Pasadena Tex., and Emmette Tinsley of Houston; seven grandchildren, two of whom live in Abilene, Mrs Stanley Smith and Mrs. J. D. Per ry Jr., and nine great-grand children. flTtta \0, 1 F»r Cocntrl }:SO-9:l-n:JS E t r t t o Xo. » G l a i i Wtbb 1:404:37.11 :U VESTHIHAV 80-25871 1 Ue Tower Twin. Free - mitt lor b*br'j o«lf-- * Urje rU!y of JMJ nti to eat at nor cafelerl* ·Hack bar. fRIDAY ALSO COLOR CARTOON ' SATURDAY SCREEN NO. 2 -- ALSO CARTOON EDWAR3 6. ROSKSOS IOKK FOBSTM KATHIIEK HUSKES _ _ C H I L D R E N UNDER' f..,tmt m KSW iw JMIIOTKII tmii CHESTER RAY KLEPPER ... rites in chapel 'oung Drowning Victim's Funeral et Here Today Funeral for Chester Ray Kleper, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Irs. Ira Foy Klepper of Rock- ale and formerly of Abilene, will e held at 3:30 p.m. Friday in lliott's Funeral Home Chapel of lemories here. The Rev. Sidney ox, pastor of the Immanuel Bapst Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Cedar Hill cmetery. A special service for the boy and or A. A. Haney, about 50, also a ormer Abilejiian, was to be held n Rockdale at 4 p.m. Thursday. The man and the boy were both rowned in the Little River near ockdale Monday afternoon while shing, Body of the boy was found Vedne-sday evening and Haney's ody was recovered later. Funeral for Mr. Haney will be eld in the Wright Funeral Home a Coleman at 2:30 p.m. Friday. STORK NEWS Four births have been reported it Hendrick Memorial Hospital: A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bridges, 266 Ross Ave. at 6:14 a.m. Vednesday. Twin boys to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwell, 433 Fannin St., at 7:35 .m. and-7:38 a.m. Wednesday. A boy to Mr. and Mrs. B. J. dewberry, 1534 Matador St., at 2:02 a.m. Thursday. Penniless Man May Get Share Of Estate Worth $1.5 Million NEW YORK, April 14 JH -- An itderly man, an inma'e of a Georgia slate institution for the poor for 42 years, was close to sharing in * IH-niillion-dollar estate today. The possible heir, Clifford L. Cunningham, 73, was tracked down by the painstaking detective work of Edward J. Gould, a court-appointed special guardian for heirs to the fortune of the late Count Robert C. Mankowski. No one offered contrary proof to Cunningham's claim at a hearing. Surrogate William T. Collins reserved decision. Cunningham, wlio lives in an institution at Milledgeville, Ga., is one of 26 possible heirs, distant kin of Count Mankowski's mother. Gould asked the court to give Cunningham and the 25 other* $10,000 each Immediately. Some of them are sick and in dire need, he said. Most are elderly. One man, Gould said, is reduced to using safety pins to hold up his trousers. Count Mankowsk! Inherited R 71i-milUon-dollar fortune from his mother, Countess Grace Sterling Bixby Mankowski, who married a Polish-horn count. She got the money from her father. John M. Bixby, W!K almost by chance bought a farm for $200 in 1850 that later was worth mil- PRESENT ELVIS PRESLEY with Scotty and Bill "Bluemoon Good Rockln" and Or.ie Wheeler Friday, April 15 STAGE SHOW 7:00 P.M. STAMFORD HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM DANCE Roundup Hall STAMFORD " ' 9:00 P.M. TILL lions. It was smack in the 'middle of Manhattan. Count Mankowski, who died In Los Angeles in 1947, said in his will he thought some of the money should go back to She Bixby family. He slipluated that f 1,471,203'of it should be set aside for his mother's relatives, including "seventh degree next of kin," The hunt for the missing heirs, railed out of n possible KM, has taken five years. Gould said he searched old wills, cemetery gravestones, courthouse records, deeds to slaves and family Bibles in Ge/wgia, South Carolina and Florida. He lound Cunningham, penniless and almost out of touch with the outside world. Gould said he was Cunningham's first visitor at the Georgia iastitulion in tho 42 years Cunningham has lived there. Experts estimate that traffic accidents cost Americans $4,300,000,000 a year. Mrs, Archie Hubbard Buried at Coleman CQLEMAN, April'U -- Funeral for Mrs, Archie (Jack) Hgbbard, 50, resident of CbiemJw. County since 1917. was held at 4 p.m. Thursday in (he Central Baptist Church liere. · ·· The HOT. Raymond Dunn official- cd. Burial was In Coleman C?mt- tery direcind by Wright Funeral- Home. ' : ' , '' Mrs. Hiibbard was born Sept, 18, 1904 in Coryell County. In some birds the wings as well as the feed are used in swimming under water. · . UTTUE KATHY CAN AGAIN; CRUTCHES FOUND · ' Little Kathy' Carroll's crutches· came home -lyi'a :.'··"' 5 neighbor Thursday afternoon. And she oarKwaJk »gain, r . Tke daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HoWard Carroll^ .802 · « Crockett Dr., lost her crutches Wednesday tftefnoon when they were put on the back porch of'her home dry. Mrs. Carroll washed them after they came in'cori- ! . tact with Ice cream at a party earlier in the afternoon. Kathy is-a victim of poiio. She began going to the-'-, 1 West Texas Rehabilitation Center for diversified':: therapy, last summer, but still is unable to walk with- ·out the crutches. . ' '-' The neighbor found the crutches arid returned, them to. Mrs. Carroll.'- J ' .-·£',··.', MOVIES DR. CYRUS N. 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