Clipped From Lubbock Morning Avalanche
Herron Funeral Is Set Here This Afternoon Last rites v/ill ba conducted at 2 • o'clock this afternoon at the Calvary Baptist church for William Harvey Herron of Rt. 2, Lubbock, who died-at his home early Friday. Rev. C. J. McCarty will officiate, and interment will be in Lubbock cemetery under direction of Bryan McDonald & Son Funeral ho;ne. - ' • Herron, 75, had been a resident of Lubbock county 18 years and is survived by four daughters, Mrs. L. A. Wardlow, Lubbock; Mrs. J B. Jones, Nola, Ark.; Mrs. Bryan White, Bloomington, Texas; and Mrs. A. Ellis, Houston; two sons, Robert Herron, Lubbock, and O. D. Herron of Amarillo, Sixteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Pallbearers will include Paul Barrier, Newton Stokes, Veteal Lanham, Tom Dickson,.S. E. Bell, Paschal Smart, and O. B. Hall. Honorary pallbearers will be Hugh McClellan. H. B. Bryan, T. J. Wages, Ed Allen, Judge G. V. Pardue, W. A. Haynes, Jim McMahon, Dave Curr.mings, A. R. Varnell, Scott Ballard, Bob King and Jesse Chinn.