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Graveside services for Arthur C. Smith, 76, were held in Odd Fellows Rest cemetery last Thursday. Smith died in a rest home at Vidor the preceding day. While there was a depot at Alleyton he was station master for the Southern Pacific lines. After that, he held similar jobs at La Grange and Sanderson. The local Masonic lodge conducted the ceremonies.

Boyd Smith, worshipful master, acted as chaplain, R. Schiller as senior warden and O. Moss as junior warden. Langston carried the Bible and Edgar Litzmann, the sword.

Mack Allen and Charles Klein were also in the procession. Smith is survived by 2 daughters and a son. He was buried beside his wife and a son who had died earlier. Funeral services were held Saturday, Nov. She lived her whole life in Weimar and was a retired restaurant owner. She is survived by her son, Alfreddie Steward of Belmont, Calif.

Two charges of negligent homicide have been filed in county court against the driver of a pickup truck that figured in the death of two Negro men last Friday afternoon near Columbus. The pickup driver, Wm. Clayton, 34, of Angleton, suffered head and chest injuries and a broken right leg. He is recovering satisfactorily in Columbus Hospital. Clayton is a foreman for Steve Construction Co. The almost headon crash occurred at 1: Smith and Collins were returning to Columbus from Altair and had been seen leaving Altair about 20 minutes earlier.

The impact sent the two vehicles to opposite sides of the road, the car in the west lane and facing south and the pickup in the east ditch. The bodies of Smith and Collins were still in the car. It was nessary to use pry bars to get Clayton out of the pickup. Smith was owner of a taven and several other businesses here. He was buried here Sunday afternoon, the Rev.

Saddler conducting services at St. Collins was owner of a Columbus tavern, Riverside Terrace. They were the first fatalities on Colorado County highways, and only the second and third since July There was another in November Funeral services for Eddie Smith Jr.

Born at Weimar June 18, , he was a son of Eddie L. She survives, along with two daughters, Kimberly D and Nately P. Smith, his parents, Mrs. Funeral services for Eddie Lee Smith Sr. Paul's Baptist Church, with burial in Paradise Cemetery. Smith, who was operator of Midnight Inn here, died Sunday, Dec.

He married Cora Mae Williams here on Nov. He was a Mason, a member of the Knights of Pythias, and a deacon of St. His wife survives, along with two sons, Vernon L. A son, Eddie Smith Jr. Pallbearers were Alfred Oglesby Sr. Ethel Marie Smith Wednesday, November 25, with. Smith was born June 28, in Gonzales to Alvin F. Stewart and Myrtle Byrd Stewart. She married Joe Lawrence Smith, Jr. She had lived in Ganado for almost ten years before moving to Victoria six years ago and was a member of the Baptist Faith.

She was preceded in death by her father and three brothers, and her husband, Joe Lawrence Smith, Jr. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Stewart of Pasadena; daughter, Mrs. Smith died this morning from yellow fever. Four deaths in the past twelve hours. The town is almost entirely deserted and the citizens still leaving. The greater portion of the business houses are closed. Our dispatches yesterday announced the death, by yellow fever, of the Honorable George W.

Smith, at his home in Columbus, Texas. Judge Smith came to Columbus from Kentucky, in He was one of the ablest lawyers of Texas. He made an able District Judge before the war. He was in the convention of , and the same year was elected as one of the Judges of the Supreme Court, to be turned out by the bayonet order of Sheridan in the next year. As a member of our House of Representatives last winter, he won golden opinons by his ability, honesty and laborious efforts to help relieve our people.

He was chiefly the author of our present election law, by which frauds are prevented, and the people can vote in their respective precincts. Honored by his memory among the people of Texas. Judge Smith was reared as a Whig, but was never an active politician until his efforts to redeem the country from Radical misrule aroused all his zeal and energy, and he was an ardent member of the Democratic party. He did not favor secession, but stood by his State and people in the struggle for independent government.

Conservative in his principles; an uncompromising opponent of corruption, extravagance and misgovernment of every kind, he was an eminently practical and useful legislator. As a Supreme Judge, while he was without literary pretensions or enlarged general culture, as a member of court he was invaluable; as an accurate, precise lawyer, on all subjects which had been before our own courts, he is said to have had the most thorough and ready recollection of the statutes and decisions of our own State of any lawyer in Texas.

On almost every subject he could from memory cite the decisions of our Supreme Court, the volume, and often the page where they were to be found. Judge Smith married in Colorado county. His wife had died several years preceding him. He leaves two sons, now being educated, we believe, in Kentucky. He had been very successful in business, and leaves a large property.

In the meridian of his usefulness, with the character to have been a most valuable public servant, Texas will mourn the loss of one of her sons of the class of which she stands in the sorest need—full up to the Jeffersonian standard, "honest, capable and faithful.

Funeral services were Tuesday, April 13 at St. Michael Church with Rev. Interment followed at St. Michael Cemetery in Weimar. Smith was born Jan. Georgia Marie was a member of St. Michael Catholic Church and a graduate of both St.

Michael School and Weimar High School. While still in high school, she became interested in caring for others and worked part time at the local nursing home. This experience of helping others sparked her interest in the nursing profession. With nursing in mind, immediately after high school graduation, she enrolled for classes at Blinn College in Brenham. She then worked in the hospital systems in Denton and also did some hospice care.

She knew that she had wisely chosen her profession. She loved her work. She continued furthering her education although she had reached many of her career goals. She enrolled in various classes and eventually earned a second degree, this one in Political Science. She then went to complete two years of law school. Her enthusiasm for learning and her love and devotion for nursing were quite evident. Her travels and profession took her to Japan, California, back to Texas, and eventually back to Weimar two years ago.

She and her husband, Jerry G. Smith, married in June and decided to make Weimar their home where they could spend more time with her mother. It was then that the family purchased a local business. Both operated the business. At the same time, Georgia Marie again pursued her love for nursing, landing a position first at an area nursing home and then with the Columbus Community Hospital.

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