Clipped From The Delta Democrat-Times
pursue court in ol murder the his he Riles For Former Greenville Resident WINONA - Funeral services for Mrs. George E. Reed, a former resident of Greenville, held at Scotland at 3 p. m. Wednesday by tho Rev. George Faulkner. Burial was in Scotland Cemetery. Oliver Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Reed died Monday at residence in Marlanna, Fla., at- er an illness of one year. She was 59. Mrs. Reed, the former Veva Efain Ingram, was born at Louisville, Miss., Dec. 4, 1900. She married Mr. Reed in 1924. They made their home in Greenville until they .jioved to Florida in 953. She was a member of Scotland Baptist Church. She leaves her husband, of tfarianna, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs. Elaine Persinger of New eans, Mrs. Mary Gene Burrell, Miss Betty Ann Reed and Mrs. ts'orma Sue Conrad, all of Marianna, Fla.; three sons, George E. Reed Jr., of Liberty, Tex., Edward Reed of Marianna, Fla., and Robert A. Reed of DeFuniak Springs, Fla. She also leaves a brother, Rupert Ingram of Winona; three sisters, Miss Annie B Ingram and Miss Kitty Ingram, b o t h of Belzoni and Mr. Boone of Groves, Tex., and 11 grandchildren. Â·Attending the services from of town included Mr. and Mrs. Lucicn P. Reed and Mr. and Lewis P. Reed, all of Greenville; and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reed Memphis, Tenn.