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Ethel Inez Riley Wade Born 3-10-1898 Died 6-11-1979 Married James Ross Wade 12-24-1920 Born 8-1-1897 Died 12-20-1953 Children James Howard Wade Aileen Wade Freasier John Riley (J. R.) Wade Mary Ellen Gaiser Elmo Dean Wade Myrleine Wade Free

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William Bradshaw Jennie Mae Horton

Steele Finney Harvey Jacob Steele Jane Asbury

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pose above with their children. Shown are, in front, from left, Joy Wade, Marion White, Margaret Barnes and Joe Wade. In back, in same order, are Jimmy Wade, Julie Levy, JR and Mary, and Jerry Wade.

Wades mark 50th Anniversary Members of the family of JR and Mary Wade gathered the weekend of August 10 - 13 to celebrate their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. The group enjoyed swimming. horseback riding, singing and lots of conversation. On Saturday afternoon, August 12, an Anniversary Mass was celebrated at St. Raymond's Catholic Church in Leaky. The celebrant. Father Richard Benonis, a retired Army Chaplain, was assisted by the two deacons, Ruben Navarro and Warren Seymour. Granddaughters of the Wades, Andrea Barnes and Kacte Wade, greeted parishioners. Their son and son-in-law, Jay Wade and Ike Barnes, played the guitars and led the congregational singing of hymns during the mass. The hymns were the favorites of JR and Mary: "Amazing Grace," "Be

Not Afraid," "Prayer of St. Francis," and "0" Eagles Wings." At the end of the Mass, Father Richard offered the couple a blessing commemorating their 50th anniversary. The couple's daughter, Marian White, and granddaughter, Meredith White, read from the scriptures. The group, along with Father Richard and Deacons Ruben and Warren, enjoyed dinner at the House Pasture Cattle Company Restaurant. After the meal, each of the sons and daughters recalled amusing incidents from their family life with their parents on Rio 'Rico Road southeast of Mercedes. An interesting observation made by a daughter was the fact that all eight sons and daughters had lived in the same house and had been graduated from Mercedes High School. Many of her friends, she pointed out, moved many times ""dWr.:Wi

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during their "growing up years." The Wades' sons and daughters and their families attending were Jim, Sue and Kacie Wade. and Denise and Desi inee Drosche , all of Bryan; Marian, Meredith, Brooks and Wade White of Odessa; Jerry, Jessie and Kyle Wade of Harlingen; Margaret. Ike, Andrea, Christopher and Clayton Barnes of Amarillo; Julie, Francois, Olivier and Chloe Levy of Austin; Joe, Pauline and Sammy Wade of Cebu, Philippines; Jay, Cindy, Taylor, Pearson, Harrison, and Hudson Wade of Cedar Park. Also present was Mike Steven of Odessa. After mass, group pictures of the entire Wade family and individual family groups were taken on the lawn of the Real County Court House in Leaky, Sunday, most of the families returned to their homes in Texas. Joe and his family will be visiting his parents and siblings until September 7, when they return to Cebu.


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poetry writing). "It has been rewarding to have a jewel of a woman in our program," stated Rosie Hodge. Since being invited to give two state, nine national and three international conference presentations on the RSVP Class instruction since 1996 has truly made a difference in the

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Obit11aries Freasler : Dr. Ben F. Freasier, 59, of Ruston, died Saturday in Ruston after a short illness. Services will, be at 2 ,p.m. Tuesday . at , 'Episcopal Church of the Redeemer with Father George Carlisle Jr. officiating. Burial will be at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Freasier was retired after 20 years of service as a cbemistry professor at Louisiana Tech. He attended Texas. A&I University, Kingsville, Texas, was an associa te professor of chemestry, South Dakota State University, Brookings,S.D.;, a senior , nuclear engineer with the General Dynamics of Fort Worth, Texas; a senior research scientist Southwest Research Institute, San Antino, Texas; and a World War II veteran. ' 'Survivors wife Mrs. Aileen W. Freasier of Ruston; two daughters, Mrs. Doretha Christoph of Willimgton, Del. and

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Barbrara McNally of Girard, Penn. i three sons, Dr. Ben C. Freasier of Deakin, Austrailia, Raymond Freasier of Findlay, Ohio, and John F.of Baton Rouge; 5 sisters, Mrs. Mildred Watts of Fontana" Calif., ' Mrs. Maude Allen of Mathis, 'Texas, Mrs: Mary' Clark of Tyler, Texas, Mrs. Joyce Tomason. of- Porterville, Calif., and Mrs. Barbara McWilliams of Long Beach, Calif.; a -brotber, Ewell E. Freasier of Lake Elsinore Calif; and six grandchildren. ' Contributions be sent to the Ben ,F. Freasier Alumni Foundation Memorial Trust ':Fund, " Pallbearers will be Jasper Lee, Jack Martin, Ed Mosley ~Torn Stewart, Ronnie Thompson, and John Trisler. Honorary pallbearers will be the Louisiana Tech chemistry department.

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'Dr.'Ben F. Freusier , Dr. Ben F. Freasier, 59"died Saturday, July 3, at. his residence in Ruston, Louisiana after a short illness. He was a native of San . . d a retired P a t ricio an chemistry professor. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Aileen W. Freasier of ' Ruston; two daughters, Mrs. Doretha Christoph of Wilm/ ington, Delaware, Mrs. Barbara McNally of Girard, Pennsylvania; three sons, Dr. B,en C. Freasier of Deakin, Australia, Raymond Freasier on ' Findlay, Ohio, John Freasier of Baton Rouge,

Louisana; five SIsters, Mrs., Mildred Watts of Fontana, California; Mrs. Maude Allen of Mathis, Mrs. Barbara McWilliams of Long Beach, California, Mrs. Mary Clark of Tyler, Mrs. Joyce Thomason of Porterville, California; one brother, Ewell F, Freasier of Lake Elsinore, California: and six grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m, Tuesday, July 6 at Episcopal Church of the Redeemer with Father George Carlisle Jr. officiating. Interment was in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Ruston.


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