Cora Louise Dozier, 18, who died at McAdoo Wednesday January 25, was buried there Friday with funeral services held at the Methodist Church. Rev. Frank Beauchamp was assisted by Rev. Branaman in interment services.
Miss Dozier was born at Spur, November 11, 1921 and moved to McAdoo in 1929. She was educated in the McAdoo Schools attending until 1938. In August 1938 she moved to Roswell, New Mexico. The young lady was converted in 1933 and was united with the church soon after. A Special song "At Sunset I Am Going Home" was sung at the funeral.
> Pallbearers were: Lile Isaacs, Edd Eldredge, Harold Brantley, Raymond McWilliams, Charles Owens, and Jack Graham. Honorary pallbearers included: Ivy Brown, O.S. Harvey, Will Eldredge, J.T. Parker, Jack Simmons and Frank Macon. Flower girls were Myra Nell Neeley, Eugenia Butler, Daisy Jo Rose, Doris Ruth Brownlow, Sybil Harvey, Ruth Ward, Erna Mae Brown, Dessie Mae Wallace and Ruby Barton.Surviving are: parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Dozier, two sisters, Reba and Maude Dozier. To other sisters, Ruby and Delphia are deceased. Ward Funeral Home was in charge of interment in McAdoo Cemetery.
Out of town relatives attending funeral: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dozier and family of Ropesville; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dozier and baby of Ropesville; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dozier of Afton; Miss Lora Dozier of Afton; Mr. and Mrs. Cager Wade and family of Spur; J.C. Johnson of Spur and E.J. Dozier of Spur.
©The Dickens County Times, February 2, 1939Transcribed by Becky Hodges, September 2004
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