Charles Pinkney Weems

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Charles Pinkney Weems - —---....---------------- -----------Mr. i Rev....
—---....---------------- -----------Mr. i Rev. Roy V. Cook officiated, as- der officiating. j afternoon. Rev. Darrell Foster and tomorrow with the Rev. L. P. Arcadia at 2:30 o'clock Thursday i the Peters funeral chapel at 10 a.m. LutoH hv'iim- puner”.! Horn. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Don Giddens. Burial Arcadia with Kilpatrick I Viola Weems of West Monroe; two Home of Ruston in charge, j daughters, Mrs. W. C. Holloway of Reynolds is survived by Mrs Jewell Wise’of Arcadla; one Weenis of Ruston. sjSter \irs Howard H. Perritt of Mrs. Lillie Hollingsworth and Mrs. Bienville parish; two neices and eight nephews. .. i _ , his Ruston anii Mrs- JFrank Clements Mis*.. Mrs. R. H. AndersorT^of Clayton, and Mrs. H. T. Jones nf widow, Mrs. Trudy Watson Rey- of Morganville, Ky.; one step nolds; one son, Clayton E. Rey -1 daughter. Miss Shirley Jowers of nolds of Arcadia; one daughter, West Monroe; one son, Bennie Neal four sisters, Jimmy Adams, both of Carthage, CHARLIE P. WEEMS Mangham; one brother, H. H. Weems of Baton Rouge, and five Charlie Pinkie Weems, 61, died grandchildren. suddenly of a heart attack at his home at 505 N. Fifth St., West Monroe, last night. Weems was a native of Leake He was employed a machinst at Hearn Motor County, Miss as ' Parts in Monroe for the past 12 j years. He was a member of the I New Light Baptist Church in Mang- ham. Mississippi Man Found Shot To Death In Mich. RICHMOND. Mich. W — Lonnie Funeral services will be held at1 Barron, 24-year-old native of Rich- ton. Miss., was found shot to death

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  1. The Monroe News-Star,
  2. 10 Jan 1957, Thu,
  3. Page 34

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