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August 26, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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THE BAYTOWIS SUN Deaths and funerals Wednesday, Au«u»t 36, 19t7 5-A ERIS MARIE BROUSSARD Services for En's Marie Broussard, "75, of Baytown will be held ai 1:30 p.m. Thursday a! \ Navarre-Lee ^Chapel with the Rev. Douglas A rosury will be reciied ut 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ui Nuvarre-Le« Chupel. : A resident of Bayiown since 1929, .Mrs. Broussurd died Tuesday in a Bayiown hospital. She was a native of Rayne, Lu., and a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. She was the former owner o/Nu-Gulj" Ca/e in Pelly. She is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law. Ray and Ann .Broussard, Raymond and Virginia Broussurd und Robert and Billie Broussurd. all o/ Buytown; two daughters and sons-in-law, iMary and Louie Frutier and Irene and Herschel tiudgcit, all of Buytown; a sister. Saline Brousord of Rayne, Lu. Thirteen grandchildren also survive. Jcnna Adams, Judy Broussard, .Debbie Frier mood. Ronnie Broussurd. Rhonda Miller. Janu Broussurd. Randy Broussurd. Cindy Fratier, Wendy Seelig, Linda • H'llliams, Donna Gross, Larry Badsell and Herschel Badgetl Jr. Eleven ("real-grandchildren also Mrs. firoussard was preceded in death b> her husband, Albert "Frenchie" Broussord, and a granddaughter, Brenda Kirkes. Burial will be at Memory Gardens Cemetery. Pallbearers will be AI Price, Jess Navarre, Tommy Hathaway, Clyde Miller, David Wagner and Joe Ted Hays. Honorary pallbearers are Larry Badgeii, Herschel Badgett Jr., Ronnie and Sandy Broussard, Dr. Louis Hughes, Percy Duhon and L.E Bright Jr. Services are under the direction of Navarre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. MOOMAN NEDERLAND — Services /or former Baytonian LeRoy Mooman, 65, of Nederland will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Pat .4. Riley Funeral Home. Mooman died Monday at a Clear Lake hospital. A native o/ Houston, Mooman lived in Baytown /or many years and was a retired electrician for Exxon in Bayiown. He lived in Nederland /or 11 years and was a member of St. Charles Catholic Church and Order of Eagles Lodge No. 228 in Port Arthur. Survivors are his wi/e. Rose Mooman o.f Nederland," stepsons, Ronald Mirabella o/ Marion and Bryan and Dale Mirabella, both of Groves; stepdaughters. Paula Howley o/ Tyler and V'icki Benton of Tampa, Fla.; and 13 grandchildren. Burial will be Memory Gardens Cemetery. ..A wake will be held ul 8 p.m. Wednesday at Pat A. Riley Funeral Home. Arrangements are under the direction o/ Pal A. Riley Funeral Home. SCOTT HUFFMAN — Services for Ira J. Scott. 81, o/ Hu//mun were set /or 2 p.m.Wednesday at Hu//mun First Bupnsr Church with the Revs. Ruy- mond Sjolunder and Bruce Swiharf officiating. Scoit died Monday at a Bayiown hospital: Survivors include his wi/e, Mervel Scott and a daughter, 1 Myrna Worry, both o/ Hu//man; a'sister, Edna McGowan o/ Cleveland; and two brothers, Ray Scott of Huffman and Fred Scott o/Tomball: Numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive. Burial was set for Huffman Cemetery. In lieu of usual remembrances, the family requests donations be made to the Cypress Point Baptist Church or Hu//man First Baptist Church building funds. Services were directed by Humble Funeral Home in Humble. PERRY HIGHLANDS — Services for V'er- da Mae Perry, 81, of Highlands were set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church of Highlands with the Rev. James Dammon o//iciating. Mrs. Perry died Tuesday at a Liberty hospital. Born Aug. 29, 1905, in Lu/kin, she had lived here since 1936. Mrs. Perry was a homernaker and a member of First Baptist Church of Highlands. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Elmer Perry. Survivors include a son und daughter-in-law, Donald and Clara Perry of Bayiown; (wo brothers, Preston Jones of Lw/kin and Chester Jones o/ Sweeny; a sister, Mrs. hcu Gates of Lu/kin; and two grandchildren, firent and Dana Perry o/ Baytown. Burial wus set /or White Chupel Cemetery. Pallbearers were to be Brent Perry, Bill Slarkey. Glen Muldrow, Sid Ellis, Donald Walker and Juck Hopper. : For persons who wish to do so, donations may be made to I he First Bapusi Church of Highlands Building Fund. Services were directed by Navarre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. Millions suffer severe headaches i\ K W Y 0 R K ( A P V Headaches once were treated by drilling a hole in a pounding head: or by applying hot irons Or electric eels. A special this Sunday on PES hints.that the slate of treatment hasn't advanced all mat far. "Headache: The Ancient Enemy." reports that « million Americans suffer from headaches severe enough to send them to doctors. For many sufferers, headaches are so severe that they are disabling. "Headache" surveys some of the newer treatments including biofeedback. relaxation therapy, acupuncture, hypnosis, behavior modification and drugs. In every case, the treatment helps some people, not all. Stock quotes • Courtesy of Paine, Webber. Jackson and Curtis i >Aso(if-15a m, i AT4T:, ;...... ...... ..... .. Amoco .............. , Arrnco — — ....... ......... 13Vi Ashland ...................... ..7m Atlantic Rich ............... ..... WV 4 '.Beth, Steel ......... . ........... W< CG4E ..... ................ ..... 26'-! Chevron ................... . . , MV< Dow Chem. . . Drts»cr Ind ............ DuPont ... .......... Empire of Amcr ............... < V 4 Ethyl Corp, . ................... »^ Exxon ......................... »u, Ford ............................. Ill General Electric ...... ...... . . .S5S General Motors ____ GTE...; Gordon's ...................... . . UV« G.R ........................ Maxus Energy Corp. 14 Mobil Monunto National Dlst .78 Occidental Pelr X 3 * Phillips Petr 167* RepublicBank : 24** Royal Dutch !34Mj Schlumberfer ... 48 Sean .58*1, Southern Co 23V Sun Oil.... 63 V» Tenneco 53 Texaco... Texas Eastern 39Vt Unilever ;....' 70^ Upjohn ...53* USX Corp ; 38H Walgreens 43 7 n Wal-Mart 42 Woolworth 5«*i Xerox 83^ Dow Ind. Av. 2708.54 Dow Change (Down) 13.87 Silver.; «7.74 Gold M58.50 Exxon's dividend per share Is 11.00 paid quarterly. Greyhound .............. ..... . . 41 V4 GSU ........................... 7* Halliburton ............. HCA. Houston Industry ............. ...MV« Humana ....................... 27 IBM ... ........ .... ........... Itt Klmberly Clarke ......... . ..... 62 Kmart . ........ .. ... ........ ...47 Kroger ......................... 37S THINK While' for all your Funeral Home and Cemclery Needs. 'The Only Full Service Funeral'Home In The Area CALL FOR PRK-ARR A.XGEMEiVr IJ>FORMATIO> NVt- Honor Most Kurial I'laiis 11011 Crosbv Lvnclibiirs Rd., 426-3553 WIvteQupel FUNERAL HOME St St eppng ones Nurseru School St. Mark's Methodist Church 1703 Oklahoma St. Baytown, Texas 427-7335 Si* ym c*M (*ft S nmto tt 4 fltrs) * It uprmn Imrnt it i k* JOT WfCMIWlfrlV Rfllf. NT clttm 9r of ml flknoy *m m tt 11* MM a DOG Aylor services held HEMPHILL - Funeral services for former Baytonian D.O. "Doc" Aylor, 71, of Woodville were held Tuesday at Starr Funeral chapel in Hemphill. Aylor died Sunday at his home. Survivors include his wife, Mary Ann Aylor of Woodville; a son, Holland Aylor of Bontang, Indonesia; a stepson, Chris Adams; two daughters, Oletia Dugat of Dayton and Marilyn Copeland of Pasadena; four stepdaughters, Jimmie Ann Williams, Billie Welch, Mary Ellen Roberts and Debbie Adams; his mother, Ada Aylor of Baytown; and three brothers, O.B. Aylor and J.C. Aylor, both of Highlands, and Buddy Aylor ofMontBelvieu. Eighteen grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren also survive. Burial was at Hemphill Cemetery. Rites set tor Baytonian's son Services for Howard James "Buck" Predom, 42, of Houston, son of Beulah Richards of Baytown, are scheduled for 2 p^m. Saturday at Citizens Funeral Home Chapel in Houston. Predom died Aug. 22 in a Houston hospital. Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Irene Franks Predom of Houston; two daughters, Myisha Predom and Lakesha Predom of Houston: his brother, Lester Hill of Crosby: five sisters. Minister Beverly Hill. Joan Ross. Gloria McFarlan and Versie Hall, all of Baytown, and Algarita Abouveker of Austin; his former wife. Latricia Predom Asparza of Houston. . . . , . Barbers Hill announces lunch prices The Barbers Hill School District has announced lunch prices for the 1987-88 school year. Students in grades one through five may buy lunch for SI. Lunch prices for students in grades six through 12 is S1.25. The breakfast charge for all levels is GO cents. Children whose households meet federal income guidelines are eligible for free or reduced price meals (40 cents for lunch and 30 cents for breakfast). For more information call 5762221. ext. 258. A wake is scheduled from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at Citizens Funeral Home. Burial will be at Paradise North Cemetery in Houston. Services are under the direction of Citizens Funeral Home. THE LIVING Eugene Bleckthtar ,. t ^/tfway Jttiie 24, $?*?-'•*•'£*';*,' "'i'ving -'mtntoHal/a tree \yill be planted in the United States National Forest, as requested by Ash/ord A Oliver Funeral Directors, Navasota, Texas. A TRIBUTE «, f * i Goodman spare that tree, Touch not a single bough. In youth it protected me, and I'll protect it now. Carrie Blackshear & Family (taring AM* /AM MMt*t TTY/TDDMM GaryA.Utley 70 1W, Sterling fchrtown, T«xm 77520 Voice or TTY (71 3)421-21 21 DANCING DYNAMICS STILL REGISTERING FOR FALL 427 5395 BUY ONE GALLON AT REG. PRICE, GET THE SECOND GALLON Offering: • Ballet •Tap* Jazz •Gymnastics •Baton •Creative Dance Age! 2 !/ 2 and Up 1509 N. Tenth one block off Hwy. 1461 Ward Rd Owner: Gw«n Frtnch STOREWIDE SUPER SALE! *lthCT «s«tiier PtH* 1 SAYF NOW ON M I V()l R VVM K ()\ IK\\(, NHOS SPECIAL PURCHASE IN-STOCK PATTERNS Buy one roll at the regular price, get the second roll ALL IN-STOCK •} PATTERNS ARRIVAIS £!• 3(E70 Off «(C ftlCI O/ /O Sf LECT SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DESIGNER COLLECTIONS lOFf I*fC. IMff RIAL CUSTOM OKDfRIOOKS .UL OTHtt CUSTOM 0100 KX)WlO % T030 % we nia I MIWI IMPART Ml M ,Ht M s\\|V,(,s ( >S | I MIV1 M I \1>|M Ks \ /V * 1* rv«trj ACRYLIC LATEX ? 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