Joseph S Sevy Obit
a GML Joseph Sevy HOMEDALE-Requlem Mass for Joseph Sevy, 59, Homedale, who died Friday at Homedale, wilt bo al 10 a.m. Tuesday St. Mary's Catholic Church in Caldwell The Rev. Fr. John Quinn will be celebrant. Inter- menl will be in Iho Marsing- Homedale Cemelery. Rosary devotions will be recited recited at 8 p.m. today in the hlft Chapel In Caldwell. He was tarn April 23,1906, Ralston, Okla., and in 1917came with tils family lo Owyhee County. They settled in the Opaline Opaline district in Owynee County and In 1918 they moved to Sunny Slope area south of Caldwell. He married Ruth Stanton May 12,1922, at Caldwell. lived In the Caldwell area for two years where he farmed, In 1924 they moved to Oregon City, Ore., and came to Homedale 35 years ago. He worked in the cattle business and was a livestock dealer. He was a member of the Catholic Church. Surviving are his wife; a son, Dr. Calvin E. Sevy of Fredrick, Md.; a daughler, Mrs. Bette Collins of Jordan Valley; four brothers, U. E. Sevy of Caldwell, Caldwell, James Sevy, Noah Sevy, and Ross Sevy, all of Marsing; three sisters, Mrs. Florene Si- manor of Nyssa, Ore., Mrs. Edith Hinckte of Caldwell and Mrs. Hazel Gorman ot West Lyn, Ore.; six grandchildren and several nieces andnephews. He was preceded in death by brothers and his parents. Memorials may be given to Heart Fund.