John Harry Lightsey Crowville
JOHN HARRY LIGHTSEY WINNSBORO- May 14 (Special) — John Harry Lightsey, 74, of Crowville, died Sunday a* his res- idence. Funeral services were held at j the Crockett Point Baptist church at 3 p.m. Monday with Rev. Lary Walker officiating assisted by Rev. Ralph Frazire and Rev. Charlie Arnold. Interment follow'ed in Har- , ris cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral home of Winns- boro. | Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mattie B. Lightsey; three sons, j Ernest Lightsey of Delhi;! Edward Lightsey, of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Elvin Lightsey of Delhi; four daughters, Mrs. j Clara Pepper of Delhi; Mrs. John nie Mae Barton of Winnsboro; i Mrs. Doris Simpson of Delhi, and Mrs. K. McCune of Newark, N. Y.; i three stepsons, Audie McGraw of Winnsboro; D. C. McGraw, of Shreveport, and J. D. McGraw of Delhi; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Dorothy Williams of Delhi and Mrs. Effie Wiggins of Crowville; j one sister, Mrs. Mable Oa, of; Osyka, Miss.; one brother, Ode Pallbearers were Eivin Light- sey, Jr., Charles Pepper, Harvey Pepper, Carol Townsend, Ree Mable Ott, of Miss.; one brother. Odell DuBrua Lightsey, of Houston, Texas. Texas. wart, and Roy Stewart.