Great Uncle Gilbert went through ordeals

I had thought Roxy was male- was confused about Uncle Gilbert's family. What a sad way to go.

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Great Uncle Gilbert went through ordeals - Barry E. Teagle, his wife and two children...
Barry E. Teagle, his wife and two children narrowly escaped death from a lightning bolt that killed a companion in a with them Saturday on Ouachita River at Monroe. Dancy, 34, died from accidental electrical' shock when the Tito the boat: he was driving between' 6 and 6:50 p.m. Saturday. ' ' : "" Barry .and,Ruth Ttagle operate Rose,Beauty Salon in Ruston. children, in the boat with are Bari Lynn and Lana Teagle was knocked unconscious the bolt, and sustained slight Mvs> Teagle .an'd the chil i of a frieivd. Mrs. Richardson Funeral Riles Held Al Alabama Tuesday Mrs. Eula Richardson, 69, Ruston, Ruston, died Sunday at 5:10 p.m. following following a heart attack at the home were_unin1urcd. Teagle was overnight in a Ruston hospi Dancy, his wife and three children had tied their house boat on river 'for the weekend, accord to friends. Lute Saturday after- he left the craft in a 14- speed boot to pick up the Teagle family who were lo spen'd the with the Dancys, Deputies said Dancy had picked Teagles up and was on loute house boat when, Teagle t there was a blinding in fcront of Ihe speed boat. was knocked momentarily unconscious, when he came to, he Daney slumped over the wheel, of the boat. Teagle .tried to revive Dancy mouth-to-moulh )-esuscitatioi lift »»nd three other men in a boat rushed the victim to Monroe boat dock, from which was taken to the hospital. Services are slated for 4 p.m. at Roscneath Funeral Chapel in Shreveport for Dancy. is survived by his widow, Louise Dancy, Monroe; two daughters, Sandra Lynrt and Debra Louise, both of Monroe; two Rwy Ray Jr., and Richard both of Monroe; his parents, and Mrs. Gilbert Dancy, Shreveport; one brother, Eugene Dancy, Shreveport; and two sisters, Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Willie Willis, bolh o£ Shrevepori. wUJ ,ije bunoa in Forest Park in Shreveport unrrter thf oi Roseneath Funeral She was a native of Ruston and a member church. of New Hope Baptist Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Alabama Presbyterian Presbyterian church with Rev. H. Stewart and Dr. F. E. McFaddin official in^'. Burial took place in Sibley cemetery in Choudrant under direction of Kilpalrick fune rnl home of Ruston. Survivors include orte daughter, Ila Drake if Santa Ana, Tex.; one son, Evans Robinson of Louisville, Louisville, Ky.; one sister, Mrs. T. Calk of Coleman, Tex., three brothers, brothers, Thomas of Choudrant, J. Norris of Ruston, and Edgar Shreveport, eight grandchildren, one great-grandchild and -many nieces and nephews. oOo- ..... - . Remodeling Of James Building Front Is Begun T.L. James & Co. luis the barricades barricades up in front of their office building oit East Mississippi this week as they begin remodeling the front of the building. J. C. Love, company secretary, revealed that they are planning put in a modern "store front" with metal-framed doors and windows. The buildim; front will have granite facing up to the second floor level ing on up third floor, and porcelain to the bottom of

Clipped from Ruston Leader06 Jul 1961, ThuPage 1

Ruston Leader (Ruston, Louisiana)06 Jul 1961, ThuPage 1
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  • Great Uncle Gilbert went through ordeals — I had thought Roxy was male- was confused about Uncle Gilbert's family. What a sad way to go.

    dedra_wolff – 17 Dec 2012

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