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 - L. M. Feazel 81. Business , Buried tor L. M....
L. M. Feazel 81. Business , Buried tor L. M. Feat- el, prominent retired Ruston bus- iivssnian, were held today at 3 p. m. in Ih p chapel of Darby Funeral Home with " >v. d. Awty lje«, •»a.sior of I ho First Baptist Church. "fficiating. Interment was in the Greenwood Cemetery. Mr Feawl, 81, died In thc Ruslon at .10 o'clock Thurs- Inv night fi'llowing a brief illness. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. K. R. Hester of Arcadia; i wo sons, Ralph Feazel of Ruston, •nd Max Feazel of West Monroe, who formerly resided in Ruston; six grandchildren and three gr««t- grandehildren. Members of the Ruston Masonic Lodge aek'd , as. pallbearers. Mr. Feazel was born in Vienna in 1874 but at an early ag* he •novcd with his -parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maximilivin'Feazel, to what U iow the City of Ruston. Feazels .voro on 0 of the pioneer families vho contributed to th e founding of Huston in 1884. He was a partner with W. W. Dux- ien and W. A. Marbury, both of Huston, in opening one> of, the first mtomobile agencies in-~Louigiaha, •aving started the local Tonl Com' Kiny in 1912. ;' '"' Mr. Feazel remained with the au- -omobile agency untU hi« retire- ient in 1948. at which tirne he was ranked as one of the oldest ford

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  1. Ruston Leader,
  2. 17 May 1956, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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