Clipped From Mexico Ledger
Hutchens Dies After Illness , , Mr 8. Ralph (Betty Jean) red Hutchens, 39, of Centralia, died UOn; at 4:50 p . m . Monday at Still white Memorial Hospital In Jefferson yellow £|ty following a brief Illness She' formerly resided In corn Mexico, Services will be conducted at fu- 2 p. m. Thursday at the Arnold in Funeral Home here. Burial will Chicago be at Glendale Memorial Corn, Gardens Cemetery in were was friends at the funeral home lower, after 7 p. m. Wednesday, un- Mrs. Hutchens was born in Mexico Apr. 19, 1933, a daughter of Wallace and Lucy and Williams Bealmear of Lad' lower, donia. She and Mr. Hutchens married in Mexico Apr. GRAIN 13, 1972. Mrs. Hutchens was a 25% 53% 28 Stock Bobbie %, $3.54 member of the Laddonia $1.59 Presbyterian Church. $1.70 trading 4800; Kaiser 6700; Surviving besides her husband and parents are two sons, George Seiger Jr., and Steven Seiger of Centralia; four daughters, Mrs. Virgil Terry of Mexico, Teresa, Carol Lynn and Penny Le'Ann Seiger of Centralia; three grandchildren; seven brothers, Wallace Bealmear Jr., and Douglas Bealmer of Mexico; Robert and James of Laddonia; Albert of Centralia, Lester of Columbia and Ronnie of Vandalia; and two sisters, Mrs. Ida Finley of Mexico and Mrs. Jerry Woodson of Vandalia.