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claude reed - Monday of resident sons, a p.m. Rev. C 401...
Monday of resident sons, a p.m. Rev. C 401 hospital. Grange years Two grandchildren, Marie Lynette Elmore and Hugh Rugely Rugely of Houston, also survive. Services will be at 2 p jn. Friday Friday at Paul L'. Lee Funeral Home Chapel wiih the Rev. Oscar Oscar Allen of C h a n n e l v i e w Church of Christ officiating. Burial will be in Cedar Crest Cemetery. BKLTK.M. CAUSEY Services for Bruce Mayner Causey, 72, of 700 Fleetwood will be at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Paul U. I^e Chapel with Dr. l^aznar Clark of Grace United Methodist Church, assisted by the Rev. Asbury Iennox of Houston, officiating. A resident of Baytown 52 years, Causey died at 2:05 a.m. Thursday in a Baytown hospital hospital after a brief iDness. He is survived by His wife, Mrs. Florence F. Causey of B a y t o w n ; one son, Crndr. Bruce M. Causey Jr. and his w i f e Mrs, Earlene Causey of V i r g i n i a Beach, V a . ; Iwo g r a n d c h i l d r e n , Melissa and Bruce Earl Causey of Virginia Beach; five sisters, Mrs. Sula Dillard of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Lois Tigner of Houston, Mrs. Ruth Davis of Port Arthur, Mrs. Juanita Webb of Houston and Mrs. Gladys Barnes of Bryan; two brothers, Raymond Causey of Highlands and Lloyd Causey of Houston. Several nieces and nephews also survive. survive. Burial will be in Cedar Crest Cemetery under direction ol :he Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. Pallbearers w i l l all be lephews, R. D. Causey, Frank Webb I I I , D. A. Rollins. Jon Richard Davis, C. J. Bailey Jr. Ted McCall. Roy Adams and Ben Fitzgerald. CLAUD REED Services for Claud Reed, 50 of 303 Chandler will be al 10 .m. at Earthinan Funera Home Chapel and at 10:15 a.m Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Msgr. Joseph P O'Sullivan officiating. A rosary will be recited a 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Earth man Chapel. A resident of Baytown 16 years, Reed died at his horn Wednesday. He was an em ploye of Brown and Root Con struction Co. and a veteran o World War II. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Helen Reed of Bavtown ne son, David Reed, and aughter, Nancy Reed, both 3aytown; his mother, Mrs. annie Re«d of Markham, 'ex.; one brother, Clarence leed of Warwick, R-l.; wo sisters, Mrs. Louise Sifford nd Mrs. Evelyn Benton of larkham. Burial will be in Cedar Cemetery under the direction f Earth/nan Funeral Home. Workers For Farenthold Named In 165 A steering committee for ranees (Sissy) Farenthold, andidate for governor, has seen formed in Precinct 165, Brad Duggan, chairman of iaytown Friends for Farent- old, announced the committee nembers. "We are pleased ave these people on our committee," he said. "I know nil do an excellent job in ampaign for Farenthold." Committee members are ind Mrs. Sig Osterhus, Mr. ·Irs. Thomas Royder, Mr. Mrs. Ron Smith, Mr. and Jlen Whitcomb, Dr. and an Wristers, Dr. and itan Speed, Mr. and Mrs. larding, Mr. and Mrs. Teter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert -afuente, H. G. Boynton and Mrs. R. L. Martin. Baytotvn Man Robbed Of Jerry G. Davidson, 42, of Shady Oaks Trailer Park highway 146 was robbed of Wednesday night by three armed males, according to Baytown police. Davidson told police the men, one armed with a revolver revolver and one with a knife, attacked him at about 9:30 as he was using a phone at a market on Highway Police are investigating. CAUSEY - - (Continued From Page 1) Juanita Webb of Houston Mrs. Gladys Barnes of two brothers, Raymond Causey of Highlands and Causey of Houston. Several nieces and nephews also survive. Burial will be in Cedar

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 01 Jun 1972, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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