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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 48

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, January 12, 1968
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KEPUb cm Samuel J. Denney, 79, LDS High Priest in Mesa Ward , MESA — Samuel Joseph Denney, 79, president and founder of the Mesa Senior Citizens Club 10 years ago, died Wednesday in Mesa Southside District Hospital. Mr. Denney, 314 W. Ninth St., was a retired carpenter from the Kenecott Copper Corp. He had been with the company 31 years before moving to Mesa 12 years ago from Magna, Utah He was born in Union, Utah. He was a high priest of the Phoenician Dies in Viet Spec. 4 Frank G. Sutton, 21, a native of Phoenix who joined the Army a year ago, was killed in action in Veitnam Sunday. Spec. 4 Sutton, 6432 S. Fifth Ave., resided with a sister here. He was graduated from Carl Hayden High School then took the Arizona Vocational Training Program before joining the Army. He was baptised in the Southern Baptist Church. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Carol McKisson; and a brother, Terry C. Sutton, both of Phoenix. Full military rites will be held later in Grimshaw's Palms Chapel, 334 W. Monroe. Burial will follow in Genung Cemetery at Peeples Valley near Yarnell. Bewcl S. McGaha MORENCl — Funeral services for Bewel S. McGaha, 49, a bulldozer foreman here who died Wednesday at Morenci Hospital, will be held at 4 p.m. today at First Southern Baptist Church. Mr. McGaha, who came to Morenci in 1942, worked for Phelps Dodge Corp. for 2G years. He was a past master of Coronado Lodge No. 8, Masonic Lodge, a member of the Scottish Rite and the Greenlee County Sheriff's Posse. FRANK SUTTON Additional services and buria will be Sunday in Carbon, Tex He is survived by his wifi Blanche; his father, W. S McGaha of Gorman, Tex.; a brother, Royce, of Morenci, anc three sisters in Texas. Lewallen Mortuary, Morenci is in charge of arrangements Marchial Humphries GLENDALE — Rites for Mar chial G. Humphries, 50, a sales man for the Arizona Distribu ting Co., will be at 2:30 p.m today in Brazill-Whitney Mortuary, 5754 W. Glenn. Mr. Humphries, 6327 N. 65th Drive, was a former sales su pervisor for the Colgate Palmolive Peet Co. in Los Angeles before moving to Glendale in 1957. He was member of the First Methodist Church. He was born in Lafayette, Colo. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; a son, Marc E. in the Navy at San Diego; a daughter, Mrs. Marsha Philbee of Santa Monica, Calif.; three sisters in California; and a grandson. Burial will be private. Rcnnetta Meyer Rennetta E. Meyer, 66, a social worker 20 years for Wisconsin before moving to Phoenix four years ago from Oshkosh, Wis., died Wednesday in The Beatitudes Retirement Home, 1616 W. Glendale. Miss Meyer was a past district governor of the Altrusa Club, a member of American .Legion Auxiliary, Presbyterian Church and American Youth Foundation, all in Wisconsin. Born in Marshfield, Wis., she was graduated from Oshkosh State Teachers College and received her master's from the University of Minnesota. Friends may call until noon today in Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh St. Services and burial will be in Oshkosh. Wallace F. Scottoii Wallace F. Scotton. 71, a barber shop owner 35 years before retiring in 1957, died Wednesday in Phoenix Community Hospital. Mr. Scotton, 3801 W. Desert Park Lane, was a member of a Masonic Lodge and Methodist Church. Born in Michigan, he came here in December 1967 from Scotts, Mich. Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Friends may call there after 2 p.m. today. Cremation will follow. Survivors include his wife, Agnes; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Gray of Phoenix; a son, Frederick of Carriers Mills, III.; and three grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the American Heart Association. Lois M. Sipe BUCKEYE - Funeral Mass for Mrs. Lois Marie Sipe, who with her husband had operated the Trucker's Paradise cafe here since 1964, will be at Mesa Eighth Ward of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. SERVICES will be at 2 p.m today in the Ward, 314 W. University. Friends may call today at M. L. Gibbons Mortuary, 33 N. Sirrine, and two hours before services at the ward. Burial will be in Midvale, Utah. Survivors include his wife, Melva E.; a son, Earl S.; two daughters, Mrs. Audry McDonald and Mrs. Delores Newman; a brother, a sister and a half sister, all in Salt Lake City: 11 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren, Arthur Williams GLOBE—Funeral services for Arthur Williams, 72, a native of Globe who died Wednesday in San Bernardino, Calif., will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Walker's Globe Mortuary. . Mr. Williams, an Army veteran of World War I, lived in Globe until a year ago, when he moved to Fontana, Calif. He was employed as a warehouseman for the Castle Dome Mining Co. until his retirement in 1956. A member of the American Legion, he operated a dairy here from 1914 to 1937 and served as a volunteer fireman. Burial will be in Globe Cemetery. He is survived by two sons, Gordon of Fontana, Calif., and Arthur J. of Oregon, and five grandchildren. Patricia R. Parra PRESCOTT—Rosary for Patricia Rose Parra, 14, a student at Yavapai County School for the Handicapped who d i e H Wednesday at the school, will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at Chapel of the Garden mortuary.. ' Miss Parra was born in Pres-j cott and resided at 1702 Sherwood. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. tomorrow at ihe church, with burial in Mount a i n View Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at the mortuary. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Parra of Prescott; her grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. Manuel V. Parra of Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeAlva of Seligman, and numerous aunts and uncles. 9 p.m. tomorrow at St. Henry's latholic Church. Mrs. Sipe, a native of Indianapolis and an Arizona resident ince 1959, died at her home here Wednesday. Rosary will be recited at .m. today at Buckeye Funera •lome. Burial will be in Loui B. Hazelton Memorial Ceme ery. Mrs. Sipe was a retired reg stored nurse and resided a Apache Junction and Gilbert be ore moving to Buckeye. Surviving are her husband .ester; a son, Martin L. o , ompoc, Calif.; three daugh ers, Mrs. Charlotte Roglin and Mrs. Jan Bost of Buckeye am Mrs. Marie Resor of Chandler; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Em mett Perkins of Eaton, Ohio; three sisters and a brother oui of state and seven grandchil dren. Friends may call at the funeral home today. 26 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Fit, Jan. 12, 1968 Obituaries Mary Kay Ellexson, Was State Highway Employe Rosary for Mrs. Mary Kay Ellexson, 24, who died after a short illness in a hospital at Inglewood, Calif., will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Whitney and Murphy Chapel, 330 N. Second Ave. Funeral Mass will be sung at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Church of St. Agnes, 1954 N. 24th St. Friends may call at the mor- ,uary after noon today. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mrs. Ellexson had worked for he Arizona State Highway De- >artment five years before mov- ng six months ago to Haw- horne, Calif. Her address in 3 hoenix was 1917 N. 22nd Place, Born in In d i a n a, she was jronght to Phoenix 22 years ago rom Evansville, Ind. She was graduated from St. Agnes Paro-.. chial School and St. Mary's High School in 1961. Survivors include her husband, William L.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Wargel; and a ister, Patricia Wargel, all of 'hoenix. Ray I!. Douglas WICKENBURG - Ray H Douglas, 73, who retired as a Farm Bureau Co-Op manager and moved to the Valley 25 years ago from Frankfort, Ind., died Wednesday in Wickenburg Community Hospital. Mr. Douglas was a member of a Masonic lodge 50 years and a Methodist Church. He was born in Moran, Ind. He resided in Wickenburg the past 20 years. Services will be at 10 a.m. today in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback, Phoenix. Burial will be in Frankfort. Survivors include his wife, Lula; two sons, Paul of Scircleville, Ind., and Robert of Bagdad; three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Pettigrew and Mrs. Shirley Landspurg, both of Phoenix, and Mrs. Helen Weimer of Frankfort; two sisters and a brother out of state; 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. MARY KAY ELLEXSON Leona Maloney MESA — Funeral Mass for VIrs. Leona N. Maloney, 66, who died Wednesday in her home, :09 N. 55th Place, was said 'esterday in Christ the King Catholic Church. Influenza Hikes Deaths NEW YORK (AP) - The in-rent influenza epidemic has ... .. ,... M ,, ..helped push the city's death A sister, Mrs. Olive Noftz of, ra ie to the highest point in al- Phoenix; and four nephews sur- most 20 years, Dr. Edward Vive. Robert L. Boggs Services for Robert L. Boggs, 51, a machinist, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore 333 W. and Sons Mortuary, Adams. Mr. Boggs moved to Phoenix from South Bend, Ind., and resided here 12 years before O'Rourke, city health commissioner said yesterday. He said most of the added deaths were older persons suffering from respiratory ailments which are complicated by the virus. He said the death rate in the city has risen to 14.9 per 1,000 population, the highest since August, 1948, when a heat wave 17-1 per Johanna Hansen Mrs. Johanna S. Hansen, 85, A-ho had been in child evangel- sin work at Grace Lutheran Church, died yesterday in her home, 2320 E. Belleview Mrs. Hansen was born in Norway and moved to Phounix 41 ^ears ago from Cottonwoodj Services will be at 11 a m to- /1 ~1 • r • , l - 11 *- ^OHHlalUU 1IU111UU1 Ui U^rflllS ... ' in California and \\as a mom- was 8(JO more than normal | v IOITOW in A.L. Moore and Sons ber of Machinist Lodge m in wou | d be ex , )C( . tec j for (n ; ii n ici M£ "' tuary 333 w - Adams.i Richmond, Calif. He was born; 0 f yea| . (Friends may call there after) in New Carlisle. Ind 2 p.m. today. Burial will be in While no specific statistics oni- j '' e enwood Cemetery. moving to San Pablo. Calif.,! sent the death rat e three years ago. He died Sun- 1>000. day in a San Francisco hospital. He was employed by IN THE three-week period ended Jan. 5, O'Rourke said, rru ^_ T _i * • i - iv.tivi^u «>aii. u, vy iiuujnt: AalU Thomson Industries here and the estiniated number of deaths ' in California and \\as a nu'in- OI m ., Louis Z. Weiss Louis Z. Weiss, 59, • owner -of ;wo liquor stores in the Hayden Plazas, died of a stroke Wednesday while visiting in Los Angeles. Mr. Weiss, 4301 N. 24th St., was born in New York City and moved to Phoenix in August 1962. Survivors include his wife, Rose; two daughters,. Mrs. Marshall Grode in Delaware, and Joni Weiss of Los Angeles; a brother and a sister out of state; and two grandchildren. Services and burial will be in Los Angeles. Gertrude Sterrett Services for Mrs. Gertrude Pearl Sterrett, 81, who died Wednesday in her home, 322 W. Georgia, will be at 2 p.m. today in Whitney and Murphy Chapel, 330 N. Second Ave. Mrs. Sterrett moved to Phoenix 15 years ago from her naive Missouri. Before that she came to Tempe in 1912 and resided there until 1928. She was a Baptist Church member. Survivors include a son, Robert D. Nichols of Dallas; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Burger of D hoenix; two brothers, William Henze of Mesa and Earl Henze of St. Joseph, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. E. V. Whitsell of University City, Mo.; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The family suggests contribu- ions to the American Cancel- Society. Survivors include his wile, Betilah; a daughter. Kathy Morgan if Tustin, Calif.: a son, deaths due to influenza are available, the Health Depart- C," •. '. 4 MtJLUI, V,HJJ1 . , U OU11. , 'til I ,1 Richard of Stone Mountain Ga.- "i ent sa ! d . there had been an three brothers and six sisters abnorma ' '"crease in the num- out oi state: and two grand- ber . of 4 deaths , a » ri butable to children 5 respiratory ailments. Respiratory ailments can be an off- Burial will be in Greenwood shoot of influenza the depart- Cemetery. ment said. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. John T. Simmons of Phoenix, Mrs. David Kendall of Escondido, Calif., Mrs. William Foley of Sacramento, Calif.; a son, Harry of Sacramento; a sister in Norway; 10 grandchildren and five greai-grandchildren. i Mrs. Maloney moved to Mesa five years ago from Gary, Ind. She was born in San Pierre, Ind. Survivors include her husband, Thomas G.; a son, Patrick of Crown Point, Ind.; two daughters, Mrs. Eileen Williams and Mrs. Mary Johnson, both of Gary; two brothers and a sister out of state; and 11 grandchildren. Additional services and burial will be in Gary, Larry J. Melcher Mortuary announced. Frank Lewis MESA—Frank Lewis, 54, an engineer three years with the Braden Copper Co. in Chile before coming to Globe 18 years ago, died Tuesday in Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix. Mr. Lewis, 1033 N. Main, resided in Mesa the past year. He was born in El Paso. A brother, J. F. Lewis of Albuquerque survives. Cremation will follow private services today in Mercer Mortuary, Phoenix. Mollie Pope Services and burial for Mrs. Mollie Pope, 67, a resident of Phoenix from 1920 to 1930, will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, Calif. Mrs. Pope died of a heart ailment Tuesday in the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Born in Baltimore, Md., she resided in Palm Desert, Calif. Survivors include her hus-l band, Lemuel; her mother, Mrs. Henrietta Albrecht; a sister, Mrs. Henry Coerver, both of Los Angeles. Advertisement——*- fyaf FALSETEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrtsstd by loose falst teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. 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