The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 5
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Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, August 30, 1987
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday. August 30. 1987 5-A Deaths and funerals John Huston, director, dead at age 81 ROGER HUSBY Services for Roger A. Husby, 49, of Boyiown are sei for 2 p.m. Monday at'White Chapel Funeral Home with the Rev, Jon Sie/Jisglus; of- /iciaiing. Husby, u manager /or .Academy, died Wednesday in a Houston hospital. He is survived by his wi/e, Ellen Husby of Buyiown; children. Melonie Johnson. Roger Husby Jr.. Laurie Burns and Hans Husby II. all o/ Baylown; grandchildren, Daniel Johnson, Danu Johnson, Sicphunie Johnson, Joshua Johnson, Anna Johnson and Marc Burns, all o/ Buyioxn. .Also surviving are brothers. Harold Hus.foy o| V'uijiu, S.D., Jewel Husby Oj .Aberdeen. S.D.. unu Ciuir Husby of Columbus. Neb.; and sisters. Mavis Quum ot Arlington. YD.. Evelyn Huuqi' of M'uieriow«. S.D.. Loraine Mutson of I'oljju. Donna l,ant;e of Sioux Falls. S.D.. and Joyce Arndi o/ Brooklyn Center, Mtr.rt. Burial will be ui Memory Gardens Ceineifr>. Pallbearers will \m Lurry Coupe''. Kartdy H ri8hl. li.ll Bolir.. Don l:X*'l''crj!, Jimmy Linn and Dor, Slii'kU') Si'rvki"! are under the direction of H'hile ChafH'l Funeral Home. JEFFERSON D. H'ALKER MCN.AIK - Services /or Jefferson I) U'uU.or -.if' McVair ure scheduled James Giles riles held in Nashville NASHVILLE. Tenn. Services for former Crosby resident James Robert Giles, 60, of Mount Juliet. Tenn., were held Friday at Woodlawn chapel in Nashville. Giles died Wednesday at his home. Horn in Houston, he moved from Crosby to Tennessee about five years ago Survivors include his wife, Naomi Giles of Mount Juliet. Tenn . two sons, Robert Giles and Greg Giles, both of Crosby: two sons and daughters-in-law, Troy and Dee Ann Giles of Crosby and Bryan and Paula Giles of Baytown; and two grandchildren. Vanessa Giles of Rogers. Ark., and Leslie Giles of Crosby, Burial was at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Nashville. /or 11 a.m. Monday at Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 604 Oak Street, Bayiown, with the Revs. ,R. Theo Cunningham and Oscar VViley Jr. officiating. Walker, a resident of McNair /or over 40 years, died Thursday at his residence. He was member of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and a retired teacher in the Baytown school district. He is survived by his wi/e, Elma Phillips Walker of McNair; two stepsons, James McElroy and Tyrone McE/roy of Houston; a stepdaughter, Jan Goodie of McNair; a brother, Johnny B. Scales of Houston; 12 grandchildren, nine nieces and three nephews. A wake is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Johnson and Frazier Funeral Home in McNair. Burial will be at Paradise North Cemetery in Houston. Pallbearers will be James McElroy, Fred Lofton, Tony Johns, Ear! Lewis, El/ray Neal and Frank Mathis. Honorary pallbearers will be E.F. Green, Fred Brown, Fred Adams, Howard Johns und Donald E. Gray Jr. ": Services are under the direction of Johnson and Frazier Funeral Home o/McNair. ERW/N Services for Lottie Inez Erwin, 17, will be held at 10 u *n. Monday at Earthman Funeral Home in Baytown with Jim Owen o/ the Baytown Community Church Oj/iciating. She died Friday in a hospital here. A native of Easterly, she lived in Buytown -sj yean. Mrs. Erwin was retired from the Goose Creek Independent School District. She was u member o.f the Bavtown Community Church und the Sun Jucinto Methodist Hospital Volunteer Corps. Survivors include her husband, Joseph W. Erwin of Buyiown; sons und dauithiers-in-la*. Ralph und Er- mu Erwin oj Sparta. N'.J,. Paul und Frances Erwin of Buyiown and Kenneth and Fran lirwm of Buytown; daughters and sons-in-law, Yvonne and Claude Stewart oj Pasadena and Kathleen und Roy Fuller of Conroe; brothers, Huvkell Richardson o/ Highland. Call/.. Claude R'chardson o/ Bremond and Norris Richardson o/ San Antonio; lister. Pauline Martin of Easlerh Alio iurlvivny; are 13 grandchildren ant! M.Y, yroui-s'undchililrfrt Buna! will b<e o! J p.m. Monday at Easterly PullbeureM wi!l be John Alton. Jim Hall. Dosfc ives, Jerrv Moses, Mike Powell and Lindie Woods. Honorary pallbearers will be her grandsons. In lieu of other remembrances, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. SWANSON DAYTON — Services for Margie Swanson, 62, of Crosby will be held ot 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Crosby with the Rev. Dick Lintelman o//iciating. Ms. Swanson died Thursday at her home. For several years, she and her husband owned and operated Swanson Supply Co. in Crosby. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Crosby. Survivors include her husband, E.B. Swanson of Crosby; her mother, Lola Gholson of Shreveport, La.; one daughter, Donna Davenport of Crosby; one sister, Reba Roberts o/ Shreveporl, La.; and two brothers, Johnny Gholson of Shreveport. La., and Robert Gholson of Blanchard. La. She is also survived by three grandchildren. Shelley, Jennifer and Rebecca Davenport, all of Crosby. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery in Crosby. Pallbearers will be Bob Bradley. Earl Norris, Jim Riedel, Travis Davenport, Ralph Blaha and Jim Giles. Services are under the direction of Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton. GOSS Services /or Erwin L. Goss. 80, of Baytown are set for 10 a.m. Monday at While Chapel Funeral Home with ihe Rev. Elton Wood officiating;. Goss died Friday at his home. A native of Louisiana, Goss was a member of Slaughter Baptist Church in Slaughter. La. He was u retired employee of Illinois Central Railroad where he worked as a section foreman. He was also a member of Lodge No. 652, Brotherhood o/ Maintenance and Weigh Employees. He is survived by his wife, Stella Goss o/ Baytown; sons, Charles Goss of Baytown, Gary Goss of San Diego, Call/., and Ervin Goss Jr. oj Wilmington. Del.; aduuehter, Dr. Jo Ann Seymour of Williumsburg, «>•.; and a brother, George Goss of Sheveport. La. tight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren also survive. 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In his 50-year career, Huston caroused with Humphrey Bogart and Ernest Hemingway, broke his nose in a fistfight with Errol Flynn, directed Clark Gable in his last film and survived an elephant stampede with Katharine Hepburn while making "The African Queen." Huston won Academy Awards as writer-director of "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," in which his father, Walter, won an Oscar for best supporting actor. He also directed his daughter, Anjelica, in her Oscar- winning role in "Prizzi's Honor." His 40 films encompassed Tennessee Williams' intense play "Night of the Iguana." the musical "Annie." and the swashbuckling adventure "The Man Who Would Be King." "If. there's a pattern to my work it's that I haven't made any two pictures alike." he once said. "1 get bored too quickly." His battered good looks and rich, gravelly voice led to a second career as an actor in films and commercials. Huston, a longtime smoker who was tethered to an oxygen tank in his later years, was released last week from a hospital in Fall River. Mass.. three weeks after collapsing from pneumonia complicated by emphysema. He had intended to co-star with his daughter in "Mr. North." which his son. Danny, is directing in nearby Newport. Huston had to give up the role to Robert Mitchum. but intended to remain as executive producer. This summer. Huston directed his last film, the as-yet unreleased "The Dead," based on a James Jovcestorv His body was to be returned to Los Angeles for burial. John Marcellus Huston was born Aug. 5,1906, in Nevada, Mo. His father and his mother split • when he was 6, and he spent much of his childhood shuttling between them. He was placed in a sanitarium at age 12 because of an enlarged heart and a kidney ailment, but at night he sneaked out to swim, building his courage by plunging over a waterfall. 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