Clipped From The San Saba News and Star
FEAZLE RITES HELD SATURDAY ** Funeral services for Calvin (Bud) Feazle, who died Friday at his home at Algeritai, were held at 3 p'.m..Saturday)' April 9, at the H,owell-Doran West.'Chajijel in San Saba with the Rev. C. E. Bradford and the Rev. George Wilton officiating. Peazle, an employee of the Lone Star Cement Co., had been ill about two weeks before his death. Surviving are his widow, Mra. Lula Feazle of Houston; twelve children; and 14 grandchildren. The children are Wade C. Feazle, 'Mrs. Irene Curby (y ,Mrs. Clara May Bomer, Mra. Mary Smith, Calvin Feazle Jr., Miss Maxine Feazle and Miss Marie Feazle, all of Houston; Clyde Feazle, Carl Feazle, Feazle, Mrs. Katie Burton and Raymond Raymond Feazle, all of Pasadena, Tex.; and Mrs. Ruby Higgins of Great Bend, Kans. A native of San ' Saba county, he was born on Aug. 9, 1881, the son of Ashley Feazle and the former former Mary D. Jones. He was married married at TJethel on Feb. 28, 1909. He had been a member of the Baptist Baptist church since his early manhood. manhood. Pallbearers were H. L. Bonier, W. E. Curry, T. A. Smith, W. B. McCutcheon, Marshall Wash and Arnold "Feazle. Burial was in the Feazle Cemetery. Cemetery.