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Mrs. L. C. McMillan Buried Saturday At Menard Chapel
     "Funeral services for Mrs. Liney Collins McMillan, aged 69, who died at the local hospital in Livingston Thursday evening, June 26th, were held from the chaple of the Pace Funeral Home Saturday morning at 11 o'clock with Rev. Frank Harper, pastor of the Baptist Church of Warren officiating, assisted by Re. Robert Walters of Livingston.  Interment followed in the Menard Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs, McMillan was born in Polk Counry August 24, 1882, and lived all her life in this County until 12 years ago when the family moved to Warren.
     Mrs. McMillan was a member of the Baptist Church.  SHe devoted her time and energies to her church and family, but always had time to be a good neighbor and was loved for her many deeds of kindness and unselfishness.  
    She is survived by her hubsband, John McMillan of Warren; 4 sons, Troy of Warren, Edmond of Livingston, Allen of Ariola, and Jerald of Houston; 1 foster son, Billy Wilkinson of Warren; 5 sisters, Mrs. Charlie Carroll of Segno, Mrs John Curry, Mrs. Kirb Moye, and Mrs. J. C. Tolar, all three of Livingston, and Mrs. Jett Murphy fo Liberty; 5 brothers, Richard Collins of Rye, Edgar of Apple Springs, Ely of Votaw, Willis of Winnie and Gabe of Port Arthur; 8 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.
     Pallbearers were Melvin and Clayton McMillan, Truman Grimes, C. J. McMillan, and L.V. and L.C. Bailey."
Submitted by Marjorie Cain 

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