The Dallas Journal, Volume 42, 1996 Page: 25
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Sid Espy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alexander, Brady, and Mrs. Andy Stockton, Temple. [Added in ink,
"Also Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Littlepage, Llano, Texas.]--
Noell Littlepage was born 5 Dec 1884 in Austin, Travis, Texas. Noell died 21 Jun 1950 in
Dublin, Erath, Texas, and was buried 23 Jun 1950 in Dublin, Erath, Texas. He married
Mabel C. Cherry 20 Dec 1908.
.--Newspaper clipping, Dublin Progress, Dublin, Texas, Friday, June 30, 1950.
Last Rites Held for N. Littlepage Fri. Funeral services were held Friday, June 23, at 2:00 o'clock for
Mr. Noell Littlepage, resident of Dublin for 27 years. Mr. Littlepage suffered a heart attack on the
night of May 17 and was confined to his bed until his death. He spent three weeks in the local
hospital where he was slowly imroved (sic). The remaining two weeks he was at home, apparently
recovering. On the night of June 21, he suffered another attack and was taken back to the hospital
where he passed away at 9:40 p.m. His survivors include his widow and four children: Earl and
Bernice Littlepage, and Mrs. Joe Little Jr. of Dublin, and Charles Littlepage of Baytown; three
grandchildren: George Ann Beever of Dublin, and Patsy and Dean Littlepage of Baytown; two
sisters: Mrs. G. L. Wren of Ft. Worth, and Mrs. G. A. Kemper of Pearsall; five brothers: Robert of
Goldthwaite, Arthur of Fort Worth, Elma of Houston, Elmo of Llano, and Lois of Columbus,
Montana. Mr. Littlepage was born in Austin, Texas, December 5, 1884, the oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Littlepage, pioneer settlers of Travis County. His boyhood was spent in Burnett and
Lampassas Counties where his father was in the ranching business. He received his education in the
public school in Lampasas and in Hatchers Private School in Goldthwaite. Before coming to Dublin,
he had engaged in ranching near Ft. Worth and in San Saba County, and had lived three years in
Goldthwaite. He moved to Dublin in June 1923 and since that time owned and operated the
Littlepage Produce Company here. Mr. Littlepage's high standards of honesty and integrity in his
business relations have made him one of the outstanding produce men of this section. His
dependable character traits and pleasant disposition have made and kept for him a host of friends. In
his passing Dublin and the surrounding community has lost a good and trusted citizen. Mr.
Littlepage joined the Baptist Church at the age of twenty-three and has been active in church work
since that time. At present he was a member of the First Baptist Church of this city. Funeral services
were held at the First Baptist Church with pastor, Rev. Fern Miller in charge of the service. The
Church choir rendered the music with special music by Mrs. Herschel Prindle. Pall bearers were
Jeon Turney, Walter Hamilton, Clarence Leatherwood, Clint Spruill, Thomas Palmer, Tom Sparks,
Herbert Bell, all of Dublin, and Earl Hodges of Weatherford. Honorary pall bearers were members of
the Business Men's Sunday School Class, of which Mr. Littlepage was a member. Flower girls were
misses Hazel Stephens and Annabel Cowan, and Mesdames Joe Reid, Troy Baxter, Ed Sikes,
Clayton Keller, Lela Spencer, T. C. Granberry, J. A. Davis, R D. Burnett, Charles Foust, Jr. Burial
was at the New Dublin cemetery. Out of town relatives and friends here for the services were: Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Littlepage, Mrs. E. C. Young and Glenn Young, Baytown; Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Wren, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tannehill, Ft. Worth; Mr. and Mrs. R V.
Littlepage, Mrs. Eula Nichols, Phillip Nichols, Goldthwaite; Mrs. G. A. Kemper, Mrs. George
Beever, Pearsall; Mr. and Mrs. Elma Littlepage, Mrs. Gray and children, Houston; Mr. and Mrs.
Elmo Littlepage, Llano; Mrs. Clinton Meek, Pleasanton; Mrs. Ethel Eiland, Snyder; Mr. and Mrs.
Omar Warren, Rankin; Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Cherry, Dallas; Alfred Cherry, Nell, Jack, and Jim
Cherry, Corpus Christi; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, Alpine; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Downey,
Mullin; Mrs. Claude Holley, Mrs. Bill Shields, Graham; Mrs. Smith Littlepage, Mr. and Mrs. Espie
Littlepage, Austin; Mrs. J. E. Tisdale, Mr. and Mrs. Van McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Don
McCormick and Donna Beth McCormick, El Dorado; Mrs. J. T. Henry, Miss Leland Stockton, Mrs.
Azelea Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Murphy, Walter Brannan, Wad Williamson, Elmo White, Paul
Holloman, Foster Whisenant, Wes McMahan, Stephenville; Earl Hodges, Weatherford; Mr. and
Mrs. Garland Shelton, Moran; Mrs. S. F. Bowers, Breckenridge; and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carpenter,
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