Submitted by Roy Miller
| On February 12, 1943, Lora Belle Miller, daughter
of R.E. and Thelma Miller of Ace, died of appendicitis. During the
next few days, as word spread of the loss of the Millers' oldest daughter,
many relatives, friends and neighbors from the southern part of Polk County,
as well as Liberty and San Jacinto Counties came to pay their respects.
The following signed the Pace Funeral Home Memories Book:
Mrs. Lula Davis; Mr. Marvin Davis; Weldon Davis; Mrs. Alton Walters; Billie Louise Hagler; Doris Laverne Walters; Mary Geneva Walters; Mrs. Ola Robb; Mrs. Annie Tullos; Mrs. Modell Tribe; Russell Tribe; Dorothy Tullos; Justine Tullos; Mamie Walters; Lois Johnson; Lois Seagroves; Lavada Johnson; I.V. Miller; G.W. Miller; G.R. Munson; Zelda Walters; Ida Mae Walters, Macel and Julia; Mrs. Fannie Tawnley; Jesse Tullos and Wife; Polly Lowe Jenkins; Mrs. Elbert Elam; Ruby Walters; Mrs. L.S. Shrader; Mrs. Leola Gurley; Henry Gurley; W.H. Tribe; Alva Nell Caldwell; Thomas J. Caldwell; Estes Seagroves; Nathaniel Seagroves; Ollie Shrader; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Tribe; LaVonne Walters; Dolly Ditmore; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walters; Mrs. Dovie Walters; Sadie Walters; Sonja Rae Walters; Flora Fae Walters; Joyce Seagroves; Jewell Walters; Annie Marie Mihelich; Clarence Mihelich; Frank Mihelich; Mrs. Willie Tullos & Children; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tullos; Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Tullos; Donald Gene Tullos; Shirley D. Miller; Mary Geneva Walters; Nettie Williford.
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