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 - Clement Jones of Lake Charles; two daughters,...
Clement Jones of Lake Charles; two daughters, Doris Ann Jones of Sacramento, Calif., and Yvonne Jones of Lake Charles; one son, Clement Jones Jr. of Lake Charles; her stepmother, Mrs. Bessie Geary of Lake Charles; her grandmother, Mrs. Dollie Clifton of Lake Charles: three sisters, Mrs. Wanda Jones *C Lake Charles, Mrs. Isabella Bones, Chicago, 111. and Mrs Delia M. Tillman of Sacrameft to. Also five brothers, Irvin and Raymond Shalton and Paul and Terry Geary, all of Lake Charles and Edward Ray Guillory of Sunset. * * * HORACE KIBODEAUX Horace Bob Kibodeaux, 43, died early today in his home at 2718 Mary St. He was a native of Kaplan. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Hixson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Wilton Anthony officiating. Burial will be in Big Woods Cemetery in Edgerly. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Horace Kibodeaux; three daughters, Gloria Jean, Linda Faye and Jacqueline Jeanette all of Lake Charles; one son, Horace Bob Kibodeaux Jr. of Lake Charles; one brother, Rufus (T e x) Kibodeaux of Lake Charles, and his mother, Mrs. Mitchell Fontenot of Lake Charles. * * * MRS. ISAAC MORRISON Leesville —• Funeral services for Mrs. Isaac C. Morrison, 59, of Leadner were to be at 11 a.m. today in the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church with the Rev. Jim Owens and the Rev. Newton McCullough officiating. Burial was to be in Mt. Moriah Cemetery under the direction of Hixson Funeral Home. Mrs. Morrison died at 5:30 a.m. Thursday in War Memorial Hospital here. Survivors are her husband; one son, Eddard Lee Morrison; three brothers, Bert Smith, Lonnie Smith and Leland Smith, all of Leander; one sister, Mrs. Theresa Lewis of Temple; her mother, Mrs. Jennie Marshall of Leander and two grandchildren. * * * MRS. PINK RAY GLENMORA — Funeral services for Mrs. Ella Sermon Ray, 57, were to be at 2 p.m. today in the New Hope Baptist Church with the Rev. W. T. Brown officiating. Burial was to be in the church cemetery under the direction of Ardoin Funeral Home of Oakdale. Mrs. Ray died at 5:30 a.m. Thursday in an Oakdale clinic. She is survived by her husband}'. Pink Ray of Glenmora; four sons, Dennis L. and Robert C. Ray, both of Glenmora, William P. Ray of Oakdale and John A. Ray of Forest Hill; three daughters, Mrs. Alexandria Malone and Mrs. Macario Carrerra, both o f Glenmora, and Mrs. Vilha Kotila of Ft. Ord, Calif. Also three brothers, Edd Thurman of Glenmora, Robert Thurman of Hineston and Lee Thurman of Leesville; one sister, Mrs. Becky Hucky of Leesville; 29 grandchildren and two great - grandchildren. * * * MRS. IDA THOMAS Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Bell Thomas, 64, of 318 Moss St. will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Hixson Funeral Home with Rev. Burl Stephen, of the Calcasieu Tabernacle, officiating. Burial will be in Prien Memorial Park. Mrs. Thomas died at 1 p.m. Thursday in a Lake Charles hospital. Survivors are one son, Eugene Thomas of West Lake; four sisters, Mrs. Emil Nelson, Mrs. Eileen Cummings and Mrs. Murl LeBleu, all of Lake, Charles, and Mrs. Burl Stephen of Beaumont, Tex.; And six brothers, William E, Hughes and Arthur B. and Henry F. Pharris, all of Lake Charles, Willie B. Pharris of Jefferson, Ga., Eugene Pharri of Beaumont and James Hughe of Saigon, Viet Nam. * * * SGT. JAMES E. VINEY Funeral services tor Sgt James E. Viney Sr., 34, of 1727 Theriot St., will be at 10 a.m Saturday in Chapel A of the Northside Memorial Funera Home with Rev. John B. Sta wasz, chaplain at England Air Force Base, officiating. Burial will be in Sacred Hear Catholic Cemetery under direc tion of the funeral home. Full military services will be held at the funeral and at the cemetery. Sgt. Viney drowned at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Calcasieu River near Old Town Bay area. He was a native of Detroit Mich., was stationed at Lorinj Air Force Base in Limestone Me. He was also stationed for a short time at Chennault Air Force Base. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Jean LeMelle Viney of Lake Charles; two daughters, Fame la and Albertine Viney, and two sons, James and Charles Viney, all of Lake Charles. And five sisters, Mrs. Bernice Bass of Detroit and Mrs. Dorothy Powers, Mrs. Gloria Brent, Mrs. Thomas King and Mrs, John Norris, all of Zainesville, Ohio, two brothers, Leroy anc Henry Viney, both of Zaines- ville, and his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Albert Viney, both of Detroit. * * * MRS. A. WILLIAMS DEQUINCY — Funeral serv ices for Mrs. Lillie Franks Williams, 58, will be at 2 p.m Saturday in the DeQuincy Church of Christ, with Mr. Nel Thompson officiating, assisted by Mr. Ray Hyatt. Burial will be in Franks Cem etery where a brief graveside service will be held. Snider Fu neral Home will be in charge Mrs. Williams died at 10:45 p.m. Thursday in a DeQuincy hospital. She was a member of the DeQuincy Church of Christ anc a lifelong resident of the De- Quincy area. The body will remain at the funeral home chapel until time for services. Survivors are her husband Arthur Williams; one son, Harold Williams of Sulphur; one daughter, Mrs. Delores Sanders of DeQuincy; six brothers, M B., J. D. and Leonard Franks- all of DeQuincy; R. C. and Clovis Franks, both of Merryville, and Hubert Fransk of Newton, Tex. Also, three s i,s t e r s, Mrs Floyd Spears and Mrs. R. L, Spears, both of DeQuincy and Mrs. W. R. Hewitt of Lake Charles and four grandchildren * * * MRS. LILLY WYCOFF Funeral services for Mrs. Lilly R. Wycoff, 69, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Zion Tabernacle Baptist Church with the ^•v. N. P. Jones, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Combre Memorial Cemetery under direction of Northside Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Wycoff died at 8 a.m. Sunday in a local hospital. A native of Morrow, she had lived in Lake Charles most oi her life. She was the wife o) the late Rev. D. L. Wycoff of Lake Charles. Mrs. Wycoff was an usher at Church, a member of the Eastern Star, American Woodmen, the sons and Daughters of Isaac

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  1. Lake Charles American-Press,
  2. 11 Feb 1966, Fri,
  3. Page 22

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