Mrs. Susan V. Hurd Mrs. Susan V. Hurd. 76, of Ferry. Vr... died Friday nipht a be religious numbers, nnd over Knoxville radio stations. Among Valley Community Hospi- burns suffered last Men lay when her clothing became ignited while she was standing close to fire at her home. service will be! held at 10 a.m. Sundav at the of a son. W. H. Hurd. 903 East! Sullivan Street, with Dr. L. B. officiating, and another service w 1 bc held at 2 p.m. at the home 1 daughter-in-law. Mrs. J. M. Hurd. Speers Ferry, led by the Rev. Har"-jderson Arnold. Burial will "Cos-'family cemetery, be Neal ami Dec R - Ji Pa se nnd Hugh Peters. M r s _ Hurd had lived at Speers for 40 years. She was a c o u r t Â· Hancock County. Tenn. trcas-! Surviving arc her husband, a t - i F. Hurd. Speers Ferry: to j W. H. Hurd and J. H. Hurd. port: L. B. Hurd and M. C. Ferry; f o u r sisters. Mrs. Eliza Barrett, Ellcnsberg, of Mrs. Fanny Rhoten. Gate City; 1,000 Ncely Rogers. Kyles Ford, and the Josie Robinc'.te, Wheat. Tenn.: ! brother. Charles Moneyhun, Coe-i h e ' b u r n , Va.; 11 g r a n three great-grandchildren. j body was removed f r o m i Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Homc to: was the homo at 303 East S u l Saturday afternoon.