Clipped From The Amarillo Globe-Times
SS re- at benefits, go tax worker up increase of department, Theater conference Services Set For Rev. Reed Kites honoring the memory of the Key. Omer T. Reed will be conducted Thursday at 10 a.m. the East Amarilln Baptist Church, 5tli and Cleveland. Officiating will be the Rev. W. O. Sears, pastor, and the 0. \V. Wilson, of the Shamrock Missionary Baptist Church. | ] Burial will be in the Tahoka cemetery at 4 p.~n. under the direction of N. S. Griggs and Sons. The Rev. Mr. Reed, pastor af Belicvue M i s s i o n a r y Church, died Tuesday at 6.:50 a.m., afler having been stricken ill at his Iv^o. 1C04 Ricks. He had been a resident of arilfo since 1943. Surviving; are his wife, Mrs. Vivian Reed of Amarillo; two daughters, Mrs. W. R. Pearson of Gainesville and Mrs. E. T. Byrd of Amarillo; a son, Jackie Lynn Reed qf Amarillo; a brother, the Rev. O. N. Reed of Great Bend. Kan.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Stuart, Tahoka, and four grandchildren. grandchildren.