James Heavin - obit
j fitted di, j ho 1.» s. ee »1 James M. Heavin Died Suddenly at Royse City Our community was shocked when I it whs learned Wednesday night that James M. Heavin bad^died suddenly I at his home here. He had gone to town ami r< turned shortly after 8 o’clock, and had gone through the to the rear. Mrs. Heavin was preparing to retire, and when Mr. Heavin failed to return in a reason- 1 1«I• ¡¡'me she enl'ed to him He replied that he would oonio in in a f w minute?.. »Waiting a few minutes lie w. nt to the lot in the rear and found him lying on the ground, calling for Help. Mr. A. G. Hailey, who . sides next door, was call and carried him into the house, assisted hy Mrs. IL’avln. He was not-yet d ad | when he was placed on the bed, but 1 j mod a few minutes later. Jimmy Heavin was a son cf Mr. ¡John Heavin of Josephine and was ; reared in that community. He learn- j -(od the barber trade and was engaged honored by at ..................t__ ___ Barber | Shop and they have operated the busi- ness since that time. A short time ago I ho suffered the loss of his residence by fire and had just completed and in that business for a number of years [ at Josephine, Caddo Mills and inter in Koyse City. Last year he and Mr. col-! Llojd Acker bought the City the the the Incoming at moved into a beautiful bungalow built on the same lot. Except for a faint-! ing spoil suffered a few days before ! his death, he was thought to bo in excellent health. ; Deceased was about 35 years of age, a man cf excellent character and loved and respected by a large circle of friend 3 . ' He was a member of the Baptist | church and faithful to its interests. He of was a devoted husband and father. j ¡Surviving him ar £ his wife, two ! o' the the will to it cooperation already children, his father and stepmother, Mr .and Mrs. John Heavin of Joso- dBs-'pHine; one brother, Roy Heavin of Josephine; three sisters, Mrs. Ollie Bishop, Clear Lake, Mrs. Jodie Janies and Mrs. John Henson, Josephine. The funeral was held at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon, conducted hy Rev. Geo. A. Dale, assisted by Revs. E. M. Paulk and D. R. Lindley. Pall bearers were: It. A. Gill, Raymond Conine, A. (J. Bailey, W. E. Calhoun, Tom Beene and Howard Huguley.—Royse City News-Times. J.