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Subject: [LAWINN-L] Arthur I. Talton, Obit. 1937
Date: Sat, 12 Dec 1998 09:08:43 -0600
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Obituaries: Arthur I. Talton, Winn Parish 1937
<BR>Submitted by Deanna Simmons Hess, RR 9, Box 1548, Livingston, TX 77351
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<BR>THE WINNFIELD-NEWS AMERICAN
<BR>Friday, September 3, 1937
<P>Funeral Services Held for Arthur I. Talton Saturday
<P>Victim of Sudden Paralytic Stroke about 11 P.M. Thursday
<P> Funeral services for Arthur I. Talton, a well
known citizen of Winnfield, who died suddenly of a paralytic stroke Thursday
night, were held Saturday afternoon at four o'clock at the First Methodist
Church where he was a member. Rev. G. A. Morgan, pastor, was assisted
in the services by Rev. Alwin Stokes, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church, and Dr. B. C. Land, pastor of the First Baptist church, and interment
was made in the local cemetery.
<BR> Mr. Talton was apparently in good health up
until an hour or more before his death. He had attended his duties
as engineer at the plant of the Gulf Public Service Company here all day
Thursday. He was stricken about eleven o'clock Thursday night.
<BR> Mr. Talton came to Winnfield several years
from Dodson and has been avalued employee of the Gulf Public Service Company
during his residence here.
<BR> He is survived by his widow; three daughters,
Mrs. Bill White, Mrs. Clyde Swanson and Miss Janice Talton; one son, Arthur
Talton, Jr., all of Winnfield. Two brothers, Web Talton of Carlsbad,
New Mexico; Bill Talton of Pine Bluff, Ark. One sister, Mrs. A.W.
Radescich of Winnfield.
<BR> Pall bearers at the funeral services were
W. H. Jordan, James Jenkins, Chas. F. Walsworth, G. M. Walsworth, Bryant
Sholars and Lawrence Donohoe.
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