Stokes- Mcknight cemetery
double was Lotus in he the prominent women’s of from held whirh honored as be conference big be to is following of West Monroe. MR5. EARL J. STOKES RAYV1LLE, June 18. (Special)— Funeral services for Mrs. Earl J. Stokes, 63, who died at 4:45 a.m. Friday in a Rayville clinic, will be hold at 2 p.m. Sunday at Shady Grove Church of God. Rev. E. L. Tanner and Rev. T. W. Wagner will officiate, and interment will follow at McKnight cemetery under under the direction of Catron-Gay Funeral home of Delhi. Survivors include her husband, Earl J. Stokes; four sons. Robert, Jack, and Louie of Rayville; and Herman Stokes, Lafayette; five daughters, Mrs. L. L, Foster and Mrs. A. L. Smith, Rayville; Mrs. J. J. Cunningham and Mrs. E.'C. Crabtree, Monroe, and Mrs. W. A. Leonard, Loraine, Ohio. Pallbearers will be Melvin Gerald, Gerald, Sam Allbritton, I^eo Weatherby, Weatherby, Henry Allbritton, Robert Leach, and Cleve Tatum.