Buck Turner Obituary

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Buck Turner Obituary - torn Thursday, November 2, CHAPTER of the...
torn Thursday, November 2, CHAPTER of the Hadassah will bold a rummage sale from '9 aluu to 5 ; Tfcursday tfcrxms& Saturday at 34K Market Street. - ', - . HOMEOWNERS SAYESSSS Jsw-cofiT -CSflt Gil Gresham Stau F»rm Fire A'Casualty .Co. Funeral Notices BUCK TCRJOEB Funeral services will be held at 2 EUCL Friday at First Pres* of Natalia,- Tex., and the Rev. O. E. Turner of Knoxville, Tenn.: four sisters* Mrs. Alice "Mclh- byteriah Church for Buck Hu- ; Sasi!t °? League City, Mrs. Duron bert Turner, 58. wtx> died in a iDee »°f w iUs Point, Mrs. Mamie Houston hospital at 2:45 p.mJ' Bacon °f Abilene and Mrs. Em- Wedaesday. - jnaa Griffin of Baytown; one The Rev. Bamette W. Dowler, 1 **** • ^ ^ SP*^- ^ ndl ° Q ! pastor of the church, will offrl 1 *^ 61 ^ T" 1 ™^ Bacon, both of ciate and burial will be in Cedar I Baytown. Two grandchildren al- Crest Cemptprv- .WW rHTsv«nr> s° survive.' Pallbearers will be Ray L. Crest Ceraetery msier direction |0f Eaxthman Funeral Home. KIDDIE SHOW MORXIXG Turner had been a resident of Bayiown 25 years. Survivors include bis wife. Mrs. Vera Turner of Baytowa; one daughter. ' Jaae Turner of Baytown; two sons. Charles Turner of Baytown and William H- Turner of Houston; three brothers, Carl Turner of Wills Point, Tex.; Vestas E." Turner Spear, J. J. Bradshaw. Edward Vaught, Richard Mock, Leon Legler and Turner Bacon. Honorary Honorary pallbearers will be elders of First Presbyterian Qiurch and members of Bayiown Rotary Rotary dub. In lieu of other remembrances, remembrances, the family asks that donations donations be made to the First Presbvterian Church Memorial Fund. most !of the time since her husband's husband's death in 1945. Rev. Paul Stephens of Long Point Baptist Church of Houston •vill conduct the funeral services. services. Burial will be in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery in Houston under direction of Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. The McKinneys moved to Baytown in 1920. He was an officer officer in the old Citizens State Bank owned by the Ross Sterling Sterling interests, and after a few years, he purchased the White Star Laundry., ' " Airs. MeKinney was active the Baptist Church, the Parent- Teachers Association and tha Order o£ the Eastern Star during during her years In!Baytown. She had remained active up until she became ill last August. She is survived by two sons,

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 02 Nov 1967, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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