Clipped From The San Saba News and Star
ft_¥HB SAN SABA (¥«uts) NEWS JtJNt! 18, 1964 Reginald Feazle Drowns While Skiing In Bay ttegihaid iteteslie Feafcle, 24, of Biytown, grandson of Mr, and Mfs. Marty Feade, drowned Fri- dijf night, June 12, white skiing in fltlfnet fifty at ttaytown. . His body was recovered from the bay about 9:10 p.m. Friday fcy about 30 members of the Baytown Emergency Corps, Wooster Volunteer , Emergency Corps and Highlands Emergency Corps, who worked for nearly two hours; in (boats and with divers. The body was found with grappling hooks about 100 yards out in the bay in •water less than 10 feet deep. Feazle had been water-skiing with m's girl friend and was; being towed on a small circular ski disk from the shore. He had signaled Miss Grace Broussard to start up the boat again and then called out, "Grace, come and help me." She turned the boat around and saw Feazle slumped over in the water. She dived overboard, .tried to help him but his 200 pounds weight was too much for her to handle. He slipped from her grasp, sinking to the .bottom. Dr. James H. Samomns, deputy Harris County coroner, returned a verdict of drowning. Feazle'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Carney and daughter, Kim, of San Angelo visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Sullivan, and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirk and son, Regan Stuart, of Van Nuys, Calif., visited a week recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Kirk. Mr. and Mrs- Tom Roberts of Euless visited a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Teague of San Saba. Arnold D. Feazle and his sister, Mary, were out of town when the accident occurred. The father said his son was an experienced water skiier. Feazle was a business administration senior student at Sam Houston State Teachers College. He had attended Lee College prior to Sam Houston. Besides his parents, sister and his grandparents, he is survived by his maternal grandmother, Mrs. W. F. Harbuck of Greens Bayou and several uncles and aunts. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Wooster Baptist Church, with the Rev. Grady N. Allison, pastor, officiating. Burial was made in Hill oi: Rest Cemetery.