Albany, TX Auto Wreck, Apr 1947

Paul L. Jasper, 29, a tool dresser, was instantly killed about 11:30 a.m. Sunday when the car he was driving overturned six miles west of here on the Crookfield road.

A passenger of the automobile, Jack Ash of Albany, was not seriously injured.

Funeral services for Jasper will be conducted from the Albany American Legion hall at 2 p.m. Monday, followed at 5 p.m.

Abilene Reporter News, Abilene, TX 7 Apr 1947

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Car Wreck Victim's Rites at Aspermont

ALBANY, April 7--(Spl)--Memorial services for Paul L. Jasper, 29, tool dresser, who was killed in a car wreck here Sunday, were conducted from the Taylor-Miller Legion post Monday. Funeral services have been planned for Jasper at Aspermont Tuesday.

Mr. Jasper was born in Abilene on April 9, 1918 and has been working in Albany for the past 12 months with the D. I. Rose drilling company. He was a veteran of World War 11, serving over seven months overseas in the European Theater of operation.

Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jasper of Aspermont; one brother, Frank, of Houston; three sisters, Mrs. P.F. Ferrell of Houston, Mrs. Ethel Caffey and Pansy Jasper of Camarillo, Calif.

Abilene Reporter News, Abilene, TX 8 Apr 1947