Nina Caldwell obituary Courier News 1/17/1948
Mrs. N. Caldwcll Fatally Stricken; Has Heart Attack Mrs. Nina Caldwell, 73, died In her sleep of a heart attack last night at the home of her daughter. Mrs. H. C. Matthews of Yarbro. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. In Holt Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor of the First Methodist Church and the Rev. E O. Brown, pas*'* of th» First Baptist Church. Burial will be In Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs Caldwell was born In Louisiana and had lived In HIckman, Ky.. and Porlageville, Mo., be for* moving to Blytheville 20 years ago. For the post several years sh» had been making her home with her daughters, Mrs. K. M. Holt and Mrs. Matthews. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. R, C. Clark of Hayti, Mo., Mrs. Homer Strlckler, Mrs. H. J. Arnold, Mrs. Matthews and Mra. Holt all of Blythevlile; three sons, Willis, Ventrlce and Paul Caldwell all ot Jonesboro; three brothers, Rlley Summers of Haytl, Nelson Summers of Portagevllle, and John Summers of Hickmnn, Ky.; tw» sisters, Mrs. Minnie LnSeur of Portngevllle and Mrs. O. S. Barne* of Blytheville.