Rev. Hugh Brous of Ft. Worth
Waller Juliff Dies Monday Walter Fay Juliff, Sr., 64, died at a local hospital at 6 a. m. Monday Monday following a brief illness. Burial will be Wednesday at Granbury, the Juliff home for more than a quarter of a century. The body will lie in state here through Tuesday mor,ning at the Nalley-Reeder Funeral Home before before it is taken overland to Granbury. Granbury. Associated with a Grandtmdy bank for 25 years, Mr. Juiliff also served as postmaster at that point for eight years. He .joined Cosden Petroleum Corp. at the time of its reorganization in May 1937 at Fort Worth and came here in 1940 as a clerk in the tax and insurance departments. More recently, he had been in the transport division. Mr. Juliff was the son of English English parents and was born at Sandy Sandy Point, Fort Bend county, Texas Texas on June 9, 1879. He was married married in 1901 at Grandbury. Rites Wednesday will be in charge of the Rev. Hugh Brous of Ft. Worth. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Lynn Martin of Fort Worth and W. F. Juliff, Jr., medical student student assigned by the army to College College Station for his study.