Clipped From The Amarillo Globe-Times
application permanent in Area Arvin II. Orr MEMPHIS -- Funeral rites Arvm Henry Orr, 62. a farmer and a lifetime resident of Hall County, f were to be held' at P.m. today in -First United Methodist 'Church\ here The Rev. Tommy Nelson, pas- or, was to officiate with burial 'Q be in Fairview Cemetery here. , Mr. Orr died early Sunday Hall County Hospital. He is survived by his wife Vera Bernice; a son, Cloyce Ray Orr of 'Orlando, Fla Â· a daughter, Miss Carolyn Sue'Orr of Los Angeles;, his father, Milton Milton N. of Memphis; three brothers, Dr. William N. Orr of Houson, Leo of Lubbock and Dr M. Orr of Wellington; three sisters, ; Mrs. Fannie Mae Tinner of Memphis, Mrs. J. B. Brooks Jr. of Albuquerque and Mrs C. B. Heith of Newport, Va.