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Frank Jones

Drew - Ms. Frank P. Jones, age 93, of Drew, died on Monday November 29, 2010 at the Walter B Crook Nursing Home in Ruleville, MS.  She was born on July 02, 1917 to Col. John and Lenora (Weaver) Pinson in Ackerman, MS.  Ms. Jones graduated Ackerman High School and attended Ole Miss and Delta State University where she was former Most Beautiful in 1938. She also attended the Draughn's School of Business in Memphis TN. Ms Jones was a retired bookkeeper having kept the books for S. Jones Laundry in Drew, MS for more than 60 years. She also kept the books for the family farm, James Wayne Jones Farms. Ms. Jones was a member of Drew United Methodist Church where she was active in the United Methodist Women group.  Ms. Jones was a member of the Drew Garden Club and the Drew Culture Club. Some of her favorite hobbies included dancing, playing bridge with her friends and was an avid reader. She was preceded in death by her parents, and husband James Wayne Jones.  Visitation will be held Saturday December 4, 2010 from 10:00 AM until funeral service at 11:00 AM at the Drew United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at the Drew Cemetery. The Reverend J. C. Hubbard will officiate the services. She is survived by 2 sons, Jimmy Wayne Jones of Raleigh Durham, NC. and Samuel C. Jones of Drew, MS;  granddaughter, Samantha Lenora Jones of Starkville, MS;  3 grandsons, Coy Jones of Phoenix, AZ, Steve Jones of Raleigh Durham, NC and Allan Jones of Raleigh Durham, NC;  5 great grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. Pall-bearers will be Allan Grittman, Tucker Miller, Jimmy Pettigrew, Fred Strehle, Danny Barfield and Johnny Baughman                        Memorials may be made to the Drew United Methodist Church 105 West Shaw Ave Drew, MS 38737 Cleveland Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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