Dallas Morning News May 12, 1957
Argal Y. Garrett
Argal Young Garrett 60 , a construction foreman at Texas Bitulithic Company, died Saturday at his home, 5715 East Grand, after an illness of six months.
Born in Anderson County, Garratte had lived in Dallas since 1906. He was a member of the East Grand Avenue Baptist Church and Odd Fellows Metropolitan 378. He had been employed by Texas Bitulithic for the past six years.
Survivors include his wife: three daughters, Miss Virginia Garrett of Dallas, Mrs. Harold W. Flanagin of Houston and Mrs. Loton N. Cagle of Irving; two sisters, Mrs. Gw. Pierce of Haynesville La, and Mrs. T P. Johnston of San Francisco CA and three brothers, A. J. Garrett and J. T. Garrett, both of Dallas and B.F. Garrett of Long Beach CA
Funeral services will be held at 2:30pm Monday at the East Grand Avneu Baptist Church 6211 East Grand. T he Rev. Joe Weldon Bailey, pastor will officiate and the Rev Billy S. L. Hilbun will assist. Odd Fellow graveside services will be conducted at Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Did not find Juanita's obit but did find her mothers April 4, 1949:
Mrs. Nettie Mae, residence 1714 S. Pearl, died Sunday, Survived by husband John Trevathan, five daughters Mrs. Joe Bazzlay, Mrs. A. Y. Garrett, Mrs. C H Mannering, Mrs. James L. Long, all of Dallas; Mrs. J N Owens, Irving Tx, sister Mrs. C D Chapman, Walnut Springs; six grandchildren, five great grandchildren services Tuesday 2pm Sparkman Brand Chapel Rev WW Phares officiating Interment Oakland Cemetery Entrance to parking on Olive St.
No relation. Good luck in your search.
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