Flora Alvena Dickerson

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Flora Alvena Dickerson - THE 10 J:.A REGlS^Rj^ rayigPAY EV |anNG...
THE 10 J:.A REGlS^Rj^ rayigPAY EV |anNG .-APRn725^ 1963 Toil" is given relations district at with addition during participates church She is Women's and of of America. Bourbon, and this (Conllnaed ProB F$t^Om) and maintain 'agreement on subjects subjects where serious differences are involved. "If we fail in Laos," he said, "I would think the prospects for records on matters which may be geographically closer to us wjoUld be substantially lessened." 2. Noting XX settlement read jt XX the Soviet Union in LCK^ ais recently, rephrasing to fix tfyae by the Soviet Union in Lac&'as recently as last July, when an East-West agreement was reached at Geneva Kennedy said -the^ ;nekt few weeks should show "wh ^fliinr the Soviets maintam the same, (i^^- gree of control now, whether ^tlu^r desire to maintain their infti^e^ce; and whether their influence %J11 be thrown in the direction of ii maintenance of the Geneva seitle- ment." • ' i^' Mrs. CLvINMier^^ Mrs. Flora Alvena t)ickersoh, 87 of rural Colony died this morning morning at' Sterling Heights Manor where she had lived since Decern ber. Mrs. Dickerson ,was born Nov. 19, 1875. Her husband died in 1949. She was a member'of tlie Methodist Methodist Church. Survivors include two sons, Glen Dickerson and Ralph Dickerson, Dickerson, both of Colony; two grand children and five great-grandchil dren. Sttie funeral will be at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Farris Funeral Home in Colony. Burial will' be at Geneva, ivr junior high the high general seniors and m. to

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 25 Apr 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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  • Flora Alvena Dickerson

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