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Dollie Jane RANKIN PAUL

Perryville Cemetery
Perry County,
Arkansas

Dollie Jane Rankin Paul
Birth: Sep. 4, 1915, USA
Death: Apr. 12, 1972

Obituary (source unknown)
Dollie Jane Rankin Paul, 56, died Wednesday, April 12, 1972. Mrs. Paul, a native of Perry County was born September 4, 1915, in the Antioch community. She married Howard Paul in 1934 and continued to live and work in the Antioch community church and Extension Homemakers Club. Mr. and Mrs. Paul moved to Perryville in 1948. Mrs. Paul was a member of the Perryville Baptist Church. She taught the Adult Women's Class for many years and will be remembered for organizing the Young Couples Class. Having had 5 children, she was a member of PTA and worked diligently on numerous school and civic programs. She belonged to the Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 452, and has served as Worthy Matron. She worked for Farmers Home Administration, was Deputy Perry County Clerk for a total of 11 years and was receptionist for the Community Health Clinic of Perryville. She retired after 14 years in public service in 1965. She is survived by her husband, Howard Paul of Perryville; 4 daughters, Mrs. Jackie Myers of Little Rock, Mrs. Janice Elizardo of Little Rock, Mrs. Jeanette McClenning of Malvern, Mrs. Nancy Baker of Temple Hill, Maryland; one son, Buddy Paul of Perryville; 2 brothers, Mr. Eddie Rankin of Cutler, California, and Otto Rankin of Morrilton; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Ashcraft and Mrs. Ruby Cannon of Perryville, and 9 grandchildren. Funeral services were Friday April 14, at the Perryville Baptist Church by Rev. Rufus Caldwell and Rev. Jim Fowler. Burial was at Perryville Cemetery by Harris Funeral Home. Pallbearers were L. C. Dooley, Elliott Edwards, Hebern Moore, Autrey Tarvin, J. R. Paul and Thomas Jones. Honorary pallbearers were deacons of the Perryville Baptist Church.


Howard M. Paul
Birth: Mar. 19, 1912
Death: Mar. 19, 1985

Obituary (source unknown):
Paul, Howard Monroe Sr, 73, of Perryville, died March 19, 1985. He was born March 19, 1912, a son of Walter A Paul and Lillie Dawkins Paul. He was a retired merchant, a deacon of the Perryville First Baptist Church and past master of Perryville masonic Lodge No 238 where he was a 32nd degree Mason. He was a state Review Board director for the Welfare Dept and worked for the Farmers Home Administration. Survivors include his wife, Grace Tarvin Paul; one son, Howrd Paul, Jr., of Perryville; 4 daughters, Jackie Myers and Janice Williams, both of Little Rock; Jeanette McClenning of Camden and Nancy Baker Smith of Fairfax, Virginia; one stepson, Ed Davis of Little Rock; 2 stepdaughters, Joan Burge of Little Rock and JanieSuratt of Louisville, Kentucky; 18 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were 10 am Friday at the Perryville First Baptist church by Rev. Jim Fowler and Rev. Horace Gray. Masonic graveside rites were at Perryville Cemetery. Burial was by Harris Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Larry Tarvin, Orval Jean Brazil, Hank Browne, Joel Woolf, Don Finkbeiner and Ronnie Finkbeiner. Honorary pallbearers were Loyd House, Floyd Stone, Artry Tarvin, David Leach, Eugene Brazil, Brose Canant and Bob Cannon.

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Submitted: 11/4/08 • Approved: 4/28/11 • Last Updated: 7/26/12 • R93360-G93358-S3

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