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be a a a Ba Memo JOHN H. MAYHAN Services for John Haselock Mayhan, 75, of 2202 Cedar Creek will be at 2 p.m. at the Paul U. Lee Chapel the Rev. Robert M. Cheek Westheimer Baptist Church Houston and the Rev. Gar} Bonner of First Baptist Churc! officiating. A resident o? Baytown 4* years, Mayhan died at 7:2( p.m. Sunday. He retired 1 years ago as a carpenter Baytown Humble Oil and finer}' Co. A charter member First Baptist Church, Mayhan was also a member of GOOK Creek Masonic Lodge No. AFAM. He is survived by his wife was NIrs - Blanche Mayhan of Bay * 11 ; o ne son, Treeman Bake wifejiaw, Mrs. Katherine of'* Gwendolyn Baker Smitr Long- of Baytown; four grandchi dren, Greg, Carson, Steven Brian Baker nf_ Baytown. an three sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Young of Baytown, Mrs. Era ofl Forrester of Beaumont and Mrs. Rosie Young of Cleve- land Burial Burial will be in Hill of Cemetery with Goose Creek Lodge No. 1192 AFAM in charge of services at the gravesite under the direction the Paul U. Lee Funeral Pallbearers will be selected Erom the Masons.