The Panhandle Herald (Panhandle, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1949 Page: 3 of 8
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The Panhandle Herald, Panhandle, Carson County. Texas
January 21, 1949
represented by spear points and
fossils of animals including the
elephant, sloth (a clumsy land
animal), camel, buffalo, and hor-
From the other cultures the
geologists found scrapers used in
cleaning hides, grinding stones,
beads, ornaments, arrow > points,
pottery, bows and arrows.
The cave has a 4 0-foot opening
and its semicircular interior is
about 35 feet in depth, Dr. Sel-
lards said. Two Ulvalde county
boys, Charles Mear and Kenneth
Rochat, were the first to discover
relics at the cave unlike any seen
in that area. University Museum
geologists were notified, and after
an exploratory trip through the
cave, began excavation in Octo-
ber. Relics taken from the cave
will be placed on permanent dis-
play in the Museum.
Glen Evans, museum assistant
director, was in change of ex-
cavation, assisted by Grayson
Meade, Powell Goodwen, Ray Mil-
Funeral services were held at
3 p. m. Monday from the First
Methodist Church in White Deer
for Mrs. Ella Seitz, 67', who died;
Saturday, Jan. 15, in a Pampa
Rev. E. Douglas Carver, pastor
of the First' Baptist Church in
Pampa, assisted by the Rev. M.
G. Upton of the White Deer Bap-
tist Church, officiated.
Burial by the Duenkel-Car-
michael Funeral Home, was in
the White Deer Cemetery. Mrs.
Seitz was buried beside her hus-
bamd, Joseph William Seitz, who
died Npv. 16, 1936.
Mrs. Seitz was born in Monta-
gue County, Texas and moved to
White Deer from Mobeetie in
1912. She moved to Pampa in
1946 and lived at 422 N. Russell.
She was a member of the Meth-
She is survived by one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ethel Idell Robinson of
Pampa; by two sons, Joe Seitz of
White Deer, and Grover Seitz,
manager of the Pampa Oilers,:
by three step-daughters, Mrs. Eva
Holcomb and Mrs. Pearl Ferguson
both of Pampa, alnd Mrs. Earcle
Wright of Mobeetie; by two broth-
ers, Grover Fatheree of Chickasha
Okla., and Doc Fatheree of Duke,
Okla.; and by four grandsons.
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AUSTIN—^Excavation of a cave
bearing artifacts of a civilization
10,00 years old has been complet-
ed in Uvalde County by Texas Me-
morial Museum geologists at the
University of Texas.
The cave is located on the
^abinal River near Sabinal. Geo-
logists spe>nt the past three
months there digging relics for
study and for preservation in
the museum. All earth found in
the cave was passed through a
wire screen in the search for
materials, Dr. E. H. Sellards,
Museum director, said.
Three civilizations are repre-
k eented by materials found—the
Folsom culture, Edwards Plateau,
and Indian. Oldest is the Folsom,
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Warren, David M. The Panhandle Herald (Panhandle, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1949, newspaper, January 21, 1949; Panhandle, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth874816/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carson County Library.