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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1974, Abilene, Texas 2-a the Abilene Kebor Terneus Abilene Texas sunday morning june 23, 19t4 deaths and funerals ufos Star map real woman says big country Jim Bailey Dublin rns James Jim Artl Rar Bailey by retired Salesman if Dublin died at 7 30 . Friday in the Golden age nursing Home service will be at to . Monday in Harrell memorial Hapel. The Rev. Bob Perrin pastor of the first Baptist Church in Dublin will officiate. Burial will be in the new Dublin cemetery. Bom april 23, 1893. In Denton. He married Willie Lester in 1920. He was a member of the first Baptist Church in Dublin and had lived in Dublin since 1937. Ile was employed in the furniture department of Higginbotham a department store for Many years before his retirement. Mrs. Bailey died in october 1973. Survivors include a Daugh Ler. Mrs. Enola Martin of Dublin and a sister. Mrs Ruth Peck of fort Worth. Pallbearers will be Mack Williams. Tem Greer Troy Baxter Winfield Sanders Bob Bowden Connie Ratliff Lewis Hoober and Guy Jones. A Williamson Snyder rns a services for e. In Abl Williamson to. Lifetime Snyder resident who died of an apparent heart attack wednesday while vacationing in Hawaii will be at 3 . Sunday at colonial Hill Baptist Church in Snyder. Officiating will be the Rev. Miller Robinson pastor. Burial will be at Snyder cemetery directed by Bell Seale funeral Home. Williamson was stricken while vacationing with his Wile Lillian and fits brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Clarence Williamson of Snyder. Born june 19. 1914. In sourly county he married Lillian Lames at Carlsbad. N. M. On aug. 27, 1938. Dollie Morris rising Star rns mrs. Dollie Morris 88, a rising Star resident died at it . Saturday in Blackwell Hospital at Gorman. Services will be at 3 . Monday in 1 or Higginbotham funeral Chapel. The Rev. Harry Haynes retired Baptist minister will officiate assisted by the Rev. Dick Williams pastor of the first Baptist Church. Burial a will be in the rising Star cemetery. Born May 27. 1886, in Llano she was a housewife. She married Allen h. Morris on dec. 16, 1903, in Llano and he died in 1989. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Julia Ross of rising Star and mrs. Maxine Mckinn Emey of Oracle. Ariz. Two sons. B. In Morris of rising Star and Russell Morris of Columbus Ohio nine grandchildren 24 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Mrs. Lura Pitman Roscoe Ronsi a services for or. Lura l. Pitman. 77, of Roscoe who died at 8 35 . Friday in the Morris nursing Home will be held at 4 . Sunday at Mccoy Chapel of memories in Sweetwater. The Rev. E. E. Pendergrass. Assembly of god minister from Abilene will officiate. Burial will be in Roscoe cemetery. Nephews will be pallbearers. Pedro Moyo co Manche rns. Graveside services for Pedro Movo. 38. Of Comanche to died wednesday in san Antonio will be at 2 . Sunday at Oakwood cemetery. Father Ramirez of Comanche s sacred heart Catholic Church will officiate. Burial will be directed by Comanche funeral Home. Mass was said at to . Saturday at sacred heart. Patsy to mafia Strawn rns mrs. Patsy to Mazhar 43. Of Odessa. Died at 6 20 . Friday in the Odessa medical Center. Funeral will be at 2 30 . Monday at the Mingus Baptist Church. The Rev. James Thunnell pastor of the first Baptist Church in Odessa and the Rev. Fred Reese pastor of the Mingus Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Palo Pinto cemetery directed by Edwards funeral Home. Born Jan 8, 1931, in Weatherford. She married Temple Mayhar on May 29, 1946. In Stephenville. She was a member of the first Baptist Church in Odessa. Survivor include her husband one daughter. Mrs. Mary Catherine Elmore of Odessa one son. Elton Wayne of it. Hood one sister. Mrs. Minnie Lee Mckinney of Cisco seven Brothers Jack Berkley of Graham Wesley Berkley of san Saba Alvin b e r k i e y of Breckenridge Charles and Kenneth Berkley of Sonora Harold Berkley of Linden and Bill Berkley of Mineral Wells and five grandchildren. Mildred Green Strawn i Ronsi mrs. Mildred Charlene Green. 51. Of Gordon died at 9 45 . Saturday in Ranger general Hospital. Funeral will be at to . Tuesday in the first United methodist Church in Gordon. Burial will be in the new Gordon cemetery under the direction of Edwards funeral Home. Born oct. 25. 1922, in Gordon she married Leonard Green there on Jan. 29. 1949. She was a member of the methodist Church in Gordon. Survivors include her husband one son. Anthony Joseph Tony Green of Gordon one sister. Ruth Louks of Ranger and a brother j. W. Mayo of Missouri City. Mrs. Stewardson Coleman rns mrs. John Willie a Stewardson 71, a Santa Anna resident died at Midnight Friday in Brownwood Community Hospital. Services will be at 4 . Sunday at Stevens memorial Chapel. The Rev. Bobbie Weathers pastor of first United methodist Church of Brownwood will officiate. Burial will be Shields cemetery. Born april 16, 1903, in Williamson county she married j. M. Stewardson on dec. 14, 1924 in Santa Anna. He died in 1963. She had been a Coleman county resident since 1908, and a housewife and a member of the Shields Baptist Church. S u r v i v o r s include one daughter. Mrs. Carlil Benton of Santa Anna two sons Virgil Stewardson of Abilene and Wayne Stewardson of Plainview five grandchildren one sister mrs. J. K. Mcclain of san Angelo and two Brothers c. A. Scarborough of Shields and t. L. Scarborough of san Angelo. Pallbearers will be Virgil Lancaster Bob Greer. Tom Newman. Stanley Blackwell Glen Scarborough and Gerald Benton. Rev. Vera Scott big Spring rns the Rev. Mrs. Vera e. Scott. 63. Formerly of big Spring died at to . Thursday in Alvin. Services will be at 3 . Monday at the first Assembly of god Church in big Spring. The Rev. Randall Ball pastor will officiate. Burial will be in it. Olive cemetery under the direction of Nalley Pickle funeral Home. Born dec. 26, 1910. At Memphis. Tem., she was a minister in the Assembly of god Church. She married j. M. Scott in big Spring in 1929, and he died in 1964. She established the apostolic Faith Church in Magnolia ark., serving As pastor there for ten years. She then moved to Lav Ern okla., where she built the gospel Light House and was pastor of that Church for 17 years. She resigned from the pastorate in 1973 and moved to Alvin. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Alvin Barker of Alvin two Sisters. Mrs. Herman Wilkerson of big Spring and mrs. . Briggs of Seminole and a brother Austin claim of Houston. Pallbearers will be Homer Wilkerson Hardy Wilkerson Dew Ayne Haynes. Charles Odom Burl Dennis and j. O. Haney. Mrs. Louis pros c o l e m a n rns a mrs. Louis Nora Myrtle Preas 69. Of Coleman died at 3 15 . Friday in an Abilene nursing Home. Services will be at 2 . Sunday in Stevens memorial Chapel. The Rev. Milton Allen pastor of commercial Avenue Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Coleman City cemetery. Born dec. 4, 1904. In East Texas she married Louis Preas in september 1923 in Coleman. She had lived in Coleman county since 1910, and was a housewife and a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband her father. W. W. Rutherford of Weatherford one daughter. Mrs. Joann Carroll of san Angelo two sons. Allen e. Of Abilene and j. C. Of Sacramento Alif to grandchildren and eight great grandchildren three Sisters mrs. Jack of Smith of Weatherford. Mrs. Denver Brazil of Washington and mrs. Milton Whitt of Coleman and four Brothers Dee Rutherford of Azle Bay Rutherford of Vernon Keet Rutherford of California and Orval Rutherford of Abilene. Pallbearers will be la. D. Kerbow. Jimmie d r i s k i 11, Jiggs Driskill. Donald cames r. B. Watson and Earl Sanger Akron Ohio a a former Ohio teacher said saturday that a Star map drawn by a new Hampshire woman who told of two hours with aliens in a space Craft could have been drawn Only after Contact with extraterrestrials. Funerals today Albany mrs. Lillie Mae Clement 95, longtime Moran resident at 3 . In the Moran Baptist Church burial in Moran cemetery directed by Godfrey funeral Home of Albany. Baird Austin r. Duncan 72, of Baird retired Miner at 2 . In Godfrey Chapel burial in Clyde cemetery. Brownwood mrs. J. Henry Annie Buck. 90, lifetime Brownwood resident at 2 . In Davis Morris funeral Chapel burial in Greenleaf cemetery. Colorado City pm r s. Clifton Henderson 71, of la it Raine at 3 . In the Loraine first Baptist Church burial in Loraine cemetery directed by Kiker Seale funeral Home. Eastland Tom j. Pres Lur 87, of Eastland retired Carpenter at 2 . In the Bakker funeral Chapel burial in Tecumseh cemetery. Hamlin William eur Quia Ney 73, of Mccaulley at 2 30 . In the Stockdale Assembly of god Church burial in still Branch cemetery directed by Mccoy funeral Home. Stephenville Tallie Phi up Ables 73. Of Stephenville retired trucker at 2 . In the Martin funeral Home at Granbury local arrangements by Stephenville funeral Home burial in rough Creek cemetery. Tuscola Rodney Price. 19, of Tuscola employee of i Keijo inc. Of Abilene at 3 . In the Tuscola first Baptist Church burial in Tuscola cemetery directed by Fry funeral Home. Vidro steam or hum deep Clem carpets the hot water method no Sloe a of so it Roo no stretching no shrinking no fading Deodorizes moms 69s-074s 42-4062, Jack Winter two for fall fall for two a pair of american autumn beauties by Jack Winter. Great for rounds about town two knit suits in three parts one coloured Cream with Brown stitching one in a Brown Check on White. Each with color Matching print knit shirts. Both in fresh knit polyester. Sizes 8-16. Downtown pays your parking River Oaks open thursday til 9 . Marjorie e. Fish described her study and findings to the ufos symposium sponsored by the Mutual ufos network. Inc. Muon. Muon is devoted to collecting and investigating information about ufos sightings and reports of alleged landings and similar Phenomena. Miss fish of Oak Harbor reached her conclusion after six years of attempting to match the map with known stars. The map was drawn in 1964 by Betty Hill of Portsmouth . Mrs. Hill Drew it while under hypnosis induced by a Boston psychiatrist to whom she and her husband had gone in an Effort to regain memory of a two hour Gap in the recollection of a september 1961 vacation trip. A since we did not have the data to make such a map in 1961 when Betty saw it or in 1964 when she Drew it. A could not be a hoax a a miss fish said. A a Bettye a map could Only have been drawn after Contact with miss Hill said another reason the map Wasny to a hoax is that part of the Star data Wasny to known until 1969. Of the dozen stars in the Hill map two were dislocated in astronomical references until distance corrections were made in 1969. And a third was unknown until then she said. The Hill map shows the two stars from which the aliens originated she said. Mrs. Hill and her late husband Barney were returning front Montreal by car when they sighted a Bright moving object in the key. They Board Edthe interstellar Craft when it landed near the car and were examined by the aliens miss fish said. Miss fish 41. A Cleveland native taught elementary school in Ohio for eleven years. Her 3-d Model of the stars is being used by Ohio state University Al Perkins Observatory Delaware Ohio. Is�?Tsm1 we South 7th at Winters Fry. Com by or Cau Tel Coso this free Booklet can save you Money. Helpful tips ask for your copy at any local Stu office i Reddy s helpful tips will help you conserve and save Energy get the most out of your appliances and your electric service. Ask Stu for your free copy. 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