T. A. SUTTON SUCCUMBS TO LONG ILLNESS
T. A. Sutton, 64, prominent framer of the Herman Valley section, near Waverly, died at six o'clock Saturday evening, after several months illness following a paralytic stroke.
Surviving him are the widow, Mrs. Sallie Sutton; five daughters. Mrs. O. T. Fulcher, of Clay, Mrs. Jake Tapp, of Waverly, Mrs. A. V. Asher, of Sebree, Mrs. Beulah Sutton of Waverly; four sons , O. G. Sutton, of near Dixon. D. B.
Sutton of Uniontown. Stanley of Sebree and Forest Sutton of Waverly; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Waltrip of St. Joseph and Mrs. Jasper Humphrey of Calhoun and a brother Homer Sutton of Calhoun.
Funeral services was conducted at the McClure Methodist church, of which Mr. Sutton was a member, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the Rev. I. P. Crenshaw and the Rev. Summers Brinson.
Nephews acted as pallbearers.
May 25, 1934
Transcribed by Jane Sellers McBroom