Clipped From Lubbock Morning Avalanche
Services For H. D. Feazell Are Scheduled At Lorenzo Wednesday LORENZO, July a (Special) — Funcnil services for IT. D. Fcnxcl!, '10, who died Sunday night of n brain hemorrhage In n Los An- golcs, Calif., hospital, are to be conducted at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Lorenzo First Baptist church. Rev. Peyton Fullingim, pastor of Wheeler Baptist church, is to officiate, assisted by Rev. H. J. West, Loren/o pastor. Marr Funeral home will direct burial in Lorenzo cemetery. Mr. Feazell, who was reared in Crosby county, had lived at Chico, Calif., about four years. He was receiving treatment at the hospital. He is survived by his parents, ( Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Feazell, Lo^ renzo; three brothers, E. E. Neaves, Jerome. Ida.; Lt.-Col. W. J. Fea- |zeil, stationed in Korea; and J. C. Feazell, 1411 Ave. N, Lubbock; and two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Little, Stinnett; and Mrs. Glenn Eubank, Idalou.