Mrs. W. N. Mullins, Co. Resident Dies
Mrs. W. N. Mullins, a long time resident of Dickens County died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Young, near Meadow, at 8:30 p.m. March 2, 1955.
Mrs. Mullins came to Dickens County in 1919 with her husband, who preceded her in death in 1929. They owned and lived on a farm in the Midway community near Afton.
R.E. Morrison, Methodist Minister of Lubbock, formerly of Spur, conducted the services, assisted by Re. A. P. Stokes. Baptist minister of Afton. The services were conducted in the Midway Baptist Church where Mrs. Mullins was a member.
Interment was in the Amity Cemetery on Mrs. Mullins farm. McDonald of Lubbock was in charge.
Mrs. Mullins is survived by four daughters, Mrs. R. A. Drennon of Spur, Mrs. Lee Haney of Bovina. Mrs. Ethel Young of Meadows, and Mrs. Clarence McCann of Lubbock, one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frank Mullins; forty five grand children; sixty five great grand children; and three great great grand children.
Pallbearers were Grandsons, Bob Drennon of Kermit, J. W. and Warren Young of Meadow, Raydel Mullins of Afton, Leslie Haney of Bovina and W. T. McCann of Lubbock.
©The Texas Spur, March 1955
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