Hare, Marvin Henry death
of on studying, be had 2 Favrot Denton Man Found Dead In Garage ' A longtime Denton County resident resident was found dead Saturday in a parked car in the garage of home, 1108 Congress. Police said a .22 calibre pistol was next to the body. He was Marvin Henry Hare, police said he had been shot once tlirough the head. He was found about 1 p.m. Denton Peace Justice Jim held a private inquest .and would not make public the death verdict. Mr. Hare was born in Elkin, N.C., Sept. 11, 1805. He was a member of the Plainview Baptist 'Church and Woodmen of (he He is survived by his wife, the former Miss Fannie Elizabeth Smith, formerly of Plainview; one son, Wayne (Buddy) Hare of Krum; two daughters, Mrs. Martin Neeley of Gatesville and Mrs. Jim Young of Fort Worth; and one sister, Mrs. Will Bird of Elkin, N.C. Mr. Hare, a county resident for 70 years, had lived in Denton 12 years. He had been a fanner real estate man. Funeral services will be held Honday at 2 p.m. at the Plainview Baptist Church. The Rev. H. M. iiek, pastor of Denton's Highland Baptist Church, will officiate. He will be assisted by the Rev. Cecil Phreadgill, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church of Pilot Point. 3urial will be in Plainview Ceme- ery under direction of Schmitz- Floyd-Hamlett Funeral Home.