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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1995, Galveston, Texas WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1995 GALVESTON COUNTY TEXAS OBITUARIES E HITCHCOCK Paul Groundhog left us on Nov 23 1995 He left his wife Jewel daughters Judy Mary Ann sons Michael Paul Graveside Memorial Services Wed 29th at Galveston Memo rial Park Cemetery Hitchcock at Donations toward the funeral costs will be welcomed by the family Memorials can be sent to Hayes Funeral Home Santa Pe Ikcas Judge Charles B Smith Jr GALVESTON Judge Charles B Smith Jr died at his home on November 27 1995 He was born in Galveston on March 1 1925 the son of Angelina and the late Charles B Smith He attended Kirwin High School Texas A M Uni versity and The University of Texas Law School receiving his degree in 1950 He was associated with Edward Jahn in the practice of law until 1952 at which time he became affiliated with the Attorneys Office in Houston Texas In 1955 he returned to Galveston to the law firm of Phipps Smith Alexander lat er Phipps Smith Herz In 1979 he was appointed by Gov ernor William Clements to the Judgesbip of the 56th District Court and in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan as Federal Mag istrate for the Southern District of Ifexas He served Of Counsel to the firm of Greer Herz Adams from 1990 until the time of his death Judge Smith was known for his dedication to his community and for his active participation in the civic affairs of Galveston He served as President of the Galveston Chamber of Com merce both in 1962 and in 1985 After years of service as Chair VICTORIAS FLORIST Island Wide Delivery Full Service Victoria Green FTD Master Designer 744O1O1 1 st Friday Sfiecfat MAINLAND FLORAL INC featuring 2710 Broadway 765LOVE man of the Chambers Bridge and Road Committee The Charles B Smith Viaduct was named in his honor He was a member of the Texas and Galve ston County Bar Associations and an original developer of the Harve Lafitte Subdivision He was affiliated with the Galvestan County Water Author ity for more than twenty years serving both as a member of the Board of Directors and later Of Counsel to the organization An avid golfer he served two terms as President of the Galveston Country Club Charlie will be remembered for his love and devotion to family and friends his love of music and wine and his contagious enthusiasm for life He is survived by his mother his beloved wife of 41 years Jo3ce son Brian daughter and soninlaw Carol and Bob Finnegan his grandchildren Conner and Brandon Smith and Kelly and Justin Finnegan his brother and sisters Connie and H C Schulz Geraldine and Skip Harrington and Gerald and Diane Smith his nieces and nephews H Cindy Amy and Allison Schulz Bob Patsy and Rob Schulz Stephen Gretchen Shelby and Sean Schulz Mark Schulz Gail Donnie Dustin and Cody Hester Dr Belinda Broady Symes Lawrence Broady Ricky Ginger Michael and Sabrina Ester Wendy James Caleb and Taylor Carr Lisa and Jim Kleyweg Dennis Lydia Madeline Paul and Lisa Rene Harrington Kevin Edie and Alex Harrington David Harrington Jennifer Smith and Margot Smitty and Brigham Hill and his brothers and sis tersinlaw Ricky and Donna Ester Pat and Allen Broady Jaunzie Lee and Warren Bogue and George and Sharon Bogue and a wealth of friends Visitation will be held after 5 Wednesday November 29th at Malloy Son Funeral Home A Prayer Service will fol low at 7 RM under the direction of Father Bill Bartnisky Funer al Services are scheduled at St Patricks Church on Thursday November 30 at 1 with Father Larry Dunham Mem bers of Judge Smiths family will serve as Pallbearers Memorials may be sent to St Patricks Preservation Fund Malloy Son Funeral Home Mikey N Hathhom ST MISSOURI Mikey N Hathhorn Sr left this life on Thursday November 23 1995 Galveston Manorial Park Located off FM 519 on Memorial Drive toHilcirocl fIi THEDAOYNEWS Founded in 1842 Texas Oldest Newspaper Dedicated to the growth and pro gress of Galveston and all of Gal veston County Published every morning by Galveston Newspapers 8522 Teichman Road Box 628 Galveston Texas 77553 Second class postage paid at Galveston Texas The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use or republication of all the local news of spontaneous origin printed in this newspaper Subscription rates by carrier per month by mail per year any where in the continental United States per year outside the United States Telephone 409 7443611 409 9867711 The Galveston County Daily News wel comes letters to the editor which should be limited to 150 words WWWWWWV at his residence in Wheaton Missouri at the age of 78 years Mr Hathhorn son of Robert and Nettie Shoemaker Hath horn was bom on May in Hufsinith Texas He was a Army veteran having served during World War H He worked for Union Carbide as an oiler in Texas City Texas for many years He moved to Wheaton in 1981 from Dickinson Texas He was a member of the Living Word Mission Church in the Sim co community He was a past member of the Masonic Blue Lodge of Wheaton He married Isabelle Satterfield on May 17 1940 in Houston Texas She survives him Addi tional survivors include three sons Paul Hathhorn of Houston Texas Robert Hathhorn and his wife Edna of Dickinson Texas and Mikey N Hathhorn Jr and his wife Debbie of Fort Worth Texas one daughter Ruby Gen try and her husband the Rev erend Billy Joe of Stella Mis souri eight grandchildren sev eral greatgrandchildren one brother Jack A Hathliorn of Houston Texas and four sisters Nellie Gregory of Marble Falls Texas Dorothy Vinsonhaler of New Braunfels Texas Bessie Hoke of League City Texas and Marie Gerber of Pasadena Texas Jim Murphy HLLLSBORO James Har mon Lovejoy Murphy 89 died November 27 1995 He was born in Hillsboro Texas May the son of Joshua and Lannie Lovejoy Murphy He was preceded in death by his wife Kathryn Evans Murphy Survivors are his son and daughterinlaw James and Joy Murphy granddaughter Kathryn Alyce Murphy adopt ed granddaughter Francine Walsh brother and sisterinlaw John H and Nancy Murphy nieces and nephews John H n Before you make any arrangements consider the advantages of Plan AIIPRENEEDS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL VOL 10 KHOV tne For Details Contact Fred J Sweeney General Manager MacDeth Funeral Director Family Owned and Operated Since 1902 jSoxi FUNERAL HOME Inflation proof means that the cost Is purchased at todays pnce If you buy now your price will not increase in the future 3028 Broadway 7632475 Obituaries Obituaries are a paid feature of The Galveston County Daily News For information about the costs and how to submit an obituary call 409 7443611 or 409 9867711 Ext 275 Tha daily deadline for obituaries is 4 Funeral home arrangement notices will be accepted until 5 On Saturdays and Sundays obituar ies will be accepted until 4 by fax Obituaries placed by individuals must have of arrangements by an independent source and must be paid in advance MasterCard and Visa are accepted Families and funeral homes are urged to ensure that information is accurate and all names are spelled correctly The Daily News assumes no responsibility for inaccurate informa tion provided to us The Daily News is not responsible for lost or damaged photos MY TWO LOVES Hotter Mrs Amanda Smith Who Passed Away November 28 1974 and Son Will Edward Pete Jefferson Who Passed Away November 30 1983 Remember me when I am gone away It will be late to counsel then or pray Gone far away into the silent land Yet If you should forget me for a while When you can no more hold me by the hand And afterwards remember do not grieve Nor I halfturn to go yet turning stay For If the darkness and corruption leave Remember me when no more day by day A vestigz of the thoughts that once I had You tell me of our future that you planned Better by far you should forget and smile Only remember met you understand Than that you should remember and be sad You will always be loved and missed Your Baby and Mother Jerlee Henry Lawrence and Idella and Sue Murphy of Austin Art and Lynn Graeter of Houston Madelle and Charles Haines of Galveston Madge and Tom Harrison of Houston great nieces and nephews Christopher Graeter Erin Murphy Tim and Neal Eckstrom and many lov ing friends Jim attended and played foot ball at Ball High School in Galveston and was proud to be an Aggie Dad He served in the Air Corps during World War II and was assigned to the securi ty force for the squadron that dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki Services will be held at Forest Park Lawndale Houston Texas Thursday November 30 1995 at the Rev Rick Smith associate pastor of the First United Methodist Church officiating The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday November 29 from 6 to 9 Mildred Mary Hale HITCHCOCK Mildred Mary Hale 70 of Hitchcock passed away November 28 1995 She is survived by daugh ters sonsinlaw Barbara and Jarel Sr Champagne of Hitch cock Claudean and Kenneth Baty of New Caney son Claude B Hale Jr and fiance Elizabeth Clark of Houston daughterin law Pamela Kimmey of Magno lia sisters Ruby Knight Edna Mae Wilkerson Jackie Miller all of Houston brothers Charles Edward Thompson of Humble Clarence Seth Thompson of Houston 12 grandchildren 10 great grandchildren many loving nieces nephews and friends She was preceded in death by her husband Claude B Hale son Jolin D Kimmey brothers Kirkley Thompson and James Thompson Services will be held at Thursday November 30 1995 Brookside Funeral Chapel Bro George Lupo offi ciating Interment at Brookside Memorial Park Brookside Houston TX Ruth Bonner Webb GALVESTON Ruth Bonner Webb 81 passed away on Tues day November 28 1995 at her residence She was born October 9 1914 in Freestone County Texas the daughter of Wirt Knox Bonnet and Mattie Weaver Bon net She became a resident of Galveston in 1933 where she attended and graduated from St Marys School of Nursing She married Donald G Webb in 1937 She worked as a registered nurse for many years doing pri vate duty nursing and also at Turner Geriatric Center She was an accomplished artist and a member of the Galveston Art League and Texas City Art League She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and The Daughters of the Nile Visitation for Mrs Webb will be held on Wednesday Novem ber 29 1995 at J Levy Bro Funeral Home from to Funeral Services will be held at Thursday November 30 1995 in the Joseph Levy Memorial Chapel with Rev William Zam bon of First Presbyterian Church officiating Graveside services will be held later in the day at the Bonner Family Cemetery in Freestone County with Rev John McCord officiat ing Pallbearers will be mem bers of the family Mrs Webb was preceded in death by her daughter Doris Glenda Webb She is survived by her husband Donald G Webb of Galveston her daugh ter Vivian Webb Latimer and her husband Latimer of Dickinson grandchildren See OBITUARIES 5A MONUMENT SALE 10 to 25 OFF Our 1991 Prices The Monument Co Schlitzbergers 2501 Main La Marque 9387454 145 Exit 10 LaMarque 1 block toward Hitchcock Take Your whmdwosngtheone maiwrial arrangement thatstandsfor eternity We at Ott Monument Works will not rush you in this important decision As a fifth generation firm and being Texas oldest memorial establishment we are qualified to assist you in creating this special tribute OTT MONUMENT 3928 Broadway Galveston 7636518 327 Texas Ave La Marque 9388170 In Loving Memory of H Michael Smith 19681993 The years Ive spent here with my family and friends were wonderful and fulfilling but all things have an end I know you all will miss me but Ive gone to a better home And I say to all that Ive left behind great courage and strength in Christ youll find For though my life here on earth has come to an end be comforted in knowing we shall meet again Love Always Mother Bessie Smith Father Aaron Smith Family and FriendsrT In Loving Memory of Travis L Jordan 21524 112992 Gone from our lives one so dear But in our hearts forever near Sadly missed by Wife Vera Lee Daughter CbarleneMarie Family Church Family A 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