Shelby County News
|Week Ending December 23, 2005|
Since the WWII exhibit was an interest to so many veterans, the museum
is planning an exhibit of Military (Korean, Vietnam, Persian Gulf,
Afghanistan and Iraq Wars) and if you, or you have relative or friend that
is a veteran or currently serving in the Military, mail, email or drop
off the photo to:
Shelby County Museum Shelby County Museum
P.. O. Box 1542 230 Pecan St.
Center, TX 75935 Center, Texas
Email to email@example.com All photos will be returned after scanning. Don't forget to include rank, parents, spouse, entry and discharge years, where served and metals received.
We now have a new Wal-Mart, McDonalds, Fred's, Tractor Sales, Burks stores for you pleasure. Li'l ole Center is growing. Come home & see us.
To view previous weeks of Shelby County News click here
|SURNAME||SUBMITTED BY||SURNAME||SUBMITTED BY||SURNAME||SUBMITTED BY|
|MCKINNEY||Brodie Riner||STEWART||Jimmy Stewart||LUCAS||Jimmy Stewart|
This page is open for anyone
to submit information or queries.
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
|GEORGIA W. LUMAN
Georgia W. Luman, 80, of Timpson died December 17, 2005 in Center. Burial was in Blackjack Cemetery, Nacogdoches County. Born October 26, 1925, in Bradley, Arkansas, she was the daughter of Walter and Pearlie McCain Sims. Mrs. Luman was a homemaker. Survivors include husband Charlie Luman of Timpson and sister, Mary Susan Woods, of Cullen, Louisiana. Taylor Funeral Home.
GREGORY NEAL FRAME
Gregory Neal Frame, 49, of Center died December 18, 2005, in Longview. Burial was in Oaklawn Memorial Park. Born May 15, 1956, in Jacinto City, he was the son of John Bill Frame and Johnnie Sue Bradshaw Frame. Mr. Frame was preceded in death by his father, John Bill Frame. Survivors include: Wife: Gail Frame of Center. Mother: Johnnie Sue Frame of Shelbyville. Sister: Gayla Bright of Gravette, Ark. Brother: Gray Frame & wife Carol of Center. Stepdaughter: Christy Jackson of Shelbyville. Stepson: Kevin Keys of Center. Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.
|JO ANN MILLS ADAMS
Jo Ann Mills Adams, 74, of Richwood died December 18, 2005. Burial was in Short Cemetery, Shelby County. Mrs. Adams was preceded in death by her husband, Douglas Talton Adams; mother, Lena Mills Shadden and father, Robert P. Mills. Survivors include daughter Cynthia Sutton of Richwood; sister, Janet Smith of Brazoria, Texas and Elaine Prince of Garrison; stepfather, O. L. Shadden.
You are visitor
To comment on this page please email email@example.com