The Town Talk from Alexandria, Louisiana on May 16, 1986 · Page 28
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Darbonne, Hilton Roy, Gene Lagrange, Kenneth Plauche and Jacob Reynaud. AlmiMn Bails Htm Galk Obituaries She was a native of Abuta, Japan. Survivors include her husband, Dalvin C. Willis of Forest Hill; two sons, Gene Willis of Forest Hill and Bobby Willis of Alexandria; and two grandchildren. Friends may call after 10 a.m. today in the church. chapel of Hixson Bros, with the Revs. Gerald Bordelon and Mike Marshall officiating. Burial will be in St Joseph Cemetery No. 1. Pallbearers were Joe Castle, Roger Aiple, Chip Johnson, Richard Oliver, Danny CasUe and David Gray. LelaH.Wall Services for Lela Humphries Wall were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Hixson Bros., Pineville, with the Rev. S B. Spinks officiating. Burial was in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Ixmiue Humphries, Ray Guillot, Charlie Humphries, John Swanson, Tommy Strain and Gary Strain. Survivors include two sons, Ben Toisso Jr. of Atlanta and Billy Toisso of Shreveport; three sisters, Eva Cockerham of Teague, Texas, Gladys Cockerham of Homer and Myrtle Grigsby of Ruston; seven grandchildren and 12 Ludger Desselle MOREAUVILLE - Services for Ludger Desselle were at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Msgr. John Timmermans officiating. Entombment was in the church mausoleum under direction of Esude. Pallbearers were J. P. Major, Stanley Desselle, Sonny Major, Garrett Bordelon, Gary Mayeaux and Paul Mayeaux. Cross-bearer was Albin P. Mayeaux Sr. Bertha Drottz Services for Bertha Edith Drottz were at 10 a.m. Thursday in the chapel of Hixson Bros., Pineville, with Dr. Jim Clay officiating. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Ioof Cemetery, Indiano-lo, Iowa, under direction of Overton Funeral Home, Indianolo, Iowa. Angelic Dupuis MANSURA Services for Angelic Dupuis were at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Terry Allen officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery under direction of Escude. Pallbearers were Keith Turner, Glenn Turner, Michael Dupuis, David Dupuis, Anthony Simon and Tommy Simon. Mary Harper Services for Mary Deen Harper were at 2 p.m. Thursday in the chapel of Hixson Bros., Pineville, with the Rev. Bernard W. Atkinson officiating. Burial was in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Pineville. Pallbearers were Charles Creed, Michael Creed, Kenneth Deen, Clyde Creed, Scott Creed and Marvin Jordan. Cecile Sherman MARKSVILLE - Services for Cecile Sherman were at 11 a.m. Monday in the Rescue Device Inventor Dies REDLANDS, Calif. (AP) -George Hurst, inventor of the widely used "jaws of life" rescue device and four-speed transmission pioneer, has been found dead in his garage, authorities said Thursday. The body of Hurst, 59, was found Tuesday in his car in the garage of his home, said David Hammock, deputy coroner with the San Bernardino County Coroners Office. Signatures Required All queries to the Town Talk's Action Line must be signed with name and address. Only initials are used, whether or not the correspondent requests it. 1986 am. Saturday. Maudie Edwards WHITE HALL - Services for Maudie Edwards will be at 2 p.m. today in Pine Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Walter Uoyd officiating. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery under direction of Young's, Jonesville. Mrs. Edwards, 70, of Catahoula Parish, died Thursday at Catahoula Memorial Hospital Survivors include two daughters, Willie Mae Thompson of Lake Charles and Elizabeth Faye Edwards of Harrisonburg; four sons, Henry Owens, Eddie Aaron Spann and Tommie Jeff Edwards, all of Jonesville, and Ronald David Edwards of Harrisonburg; three sisters, Bessie Elizabeth Welch of Lake Charles, Francis Sharp and Clara Clark, both of Rhinehart; 23 grandchildren and It great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home until noon today and at the church after noon until time of services. Lydia Johnson GLEN MORA Services for Lydia Ore-lia Johnson will be at 3 p.m. today in Glen-mora Church of Christ with the Revs. A.J. Istre and Dennis LeDoux officiating. Burial will be in McCormic Cemetery under direction of Rush, Oakdale. Mrs. Johnson, 92, of Glenmora died at 5:10 a.m. Thursday in Prompt Succor Nursing Home, Opelousas, after a long illness. Survivors incldue four sons, Madison Johnson, Luther Johnson, Jimmy Johnson and Ed Johnson, all of Glenmora; four daughters, Eva Babb and Mamie Grantham, both of Glenmora, Janie Jenkins of Bayou Chicot and Alice Mays of Port Neches, Texas; one sister, Nora Dean of Eunice; 31 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren. Friends may call today until time of services in the church. Idell Toisso WINNFIELD - Services for Idell C. Toisso will be at 2 p.m. today in the chapel of Southern with Dr. Calvin Phelps and the Revs. Ray Teal officiating. Burial will be in Sardis Cemetery. Mrs. Toisso, 84, of Atlanta died at 4 a.m. Thursday in Humana Hospital, Winnfield. She was a native of Dodson and a member of Atlanta Baptist Church. it EFFIE'S RESTAURANT 4003 MacArthur Dr. 442-7760 Appearing In The Lounge Fri. Night, May 16, 9 PM till "THE INVITATIONS" (H.M. "Junior" Basco, Bill Alexander, Jim Beisser) Sat. Night, May 17 "SECOND STREET SYMPHONY" Funerals Joseph Bordelon Jr. MARKSVILLE - Services for Joseph Bordelon Jr. were at 4 p.m. Thursday in Hixson Bros, chapel with the Rev. Bill Provosty officiating. Burial was in St. Joseph Cemetery No. 2. Pallbearers were Richard Bordelon, John Bordelon, Melvin Bordelon, Billy Priester, Steve Normand and Gale Helms. Herman J. Chatelain MANSURA Services for Herman John Chatelain were at 1 p.m. Thursday in St. Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Terry Allen officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery under direction of Es-cude. Pallbearers were Leon Deshotel, Richard Tassin, Gerard Tassin, George Bell, Thad Roy, Ted Chatelain and Lynn Roy. Malinda D. Chenevert COTTONPORT Services for Malinda Dixon Chenevert were at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Mary Assumption Catholic Church with the Rev. James Roy officiating. Burial was in St. Mary Assumption Cemetery No. 1 under direction of Escude. Pallbearers were Paul Lemoine, David Lemoine, Freddie Dufour, Peter Chenevert, John Chenevert and Robert Riche Jr. Richard D. Clayton Services for Richard Dale Clayton were at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Pentecostals of Alexandria church with the Revs. Anthony Mangun and G.A. Mangun officiating. Burial was in Woodworth Cemetery under direction of Hixson Bros., Pineville. Pallbearers were David Whatley, Ronald Poisso, Mark Brasher, Kevin Brasher, Allen Carson and Blaine Red-dick. Wilder Darbonne FIFTH WARD - Services for Wilder Darbonne were at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Our Lady Lourdes Catholic Church with the Rev. Jules Claes officiating. Burial was in Lamartinere Cemetery under direction of Hixson Bros., Marksville. Pallbearers were Bobbie Darbonne, Glenn Darbonne, Dwight Darbonne, Joey Dies also served in the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Submarine Veterans Association. He was a former divisional chairman for United Givers, former member of the Alexandria and Louisiana bas associations, former deputy director of the Rapides Parish Civil Defense and past chairman of the Rapides Parish Bicentennial Committee. Survivors include his wife, Catherine Roberts Duke of Alexandria; one son, L. Brian Duke Jr. of Alexandria; two daughters, Cleme Dantin of Baton Rouge and Rebecca Barkley of Nashville, Tenn.; one brother, Jack E. Duke III of Lake Charles; and four grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. today in St. Timothy's Episcopal Church with the Rev. Dennis Fo-tinos officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park under direction of Hixson Bros., Alexandria. Friends may call from 10 a.m.-l p.m. today in the funeral home and after 2 p.m. in the church. Memorials may be made to St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. (Dave Duplissey, Paul Bordelon, John Gaar) OPEN TUES.-SAT. Lunch 11 to 2, Dinner 5 to 10 Closed Mondays. 6SB Friday, May 16, C-8 Belton Bordelon HARKSVILLE Services for Belton Anthony Bordelon will be at 11 a.m Saturday in St Joseph Catholic Church with the Rev. Gerald Bordelon and Monagnor A.M. Chenevert officiating. Entombment will be in St Joseph Mausoleum No. 2 under direction of Hixson Bros., Marksville. Bordelon, 70, of Marksville, died at 11:05 p.m. Wednesday at Veterans' Administration Medical Center, Little Rock, Ark. He was a native and lifelong resident of Marksville. He was a retired dairy farmer. He was a veteran of World War II, a member of Prevot-Johnson American Legion Post 130 where he was a past post commander and a member of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 47 of Mansu-ra where he was past chapter commander and senior vice commander. He was a member of the 40 and 8 and the Knights of Columbus, Marksville Unit Survivors include his wife, Irby R. Bordelon of Marksville; three sons, Anthony Bordelon of Metairie, Ralph Bordelon of Fifth Ward and Lonnie Bordelon of Marksville; one daughter, Paula Bordelon of Fifth Ward; two sisters, Nettie Neck of Marksville and Jeanette Lacombe of Colfax; nine grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and one step-great-grandchild Friends may call from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. today at the funeral home where a rosary will be recited at 6 p.m. and after 8 a.m. Saturday. Beatrice Dominick MARKSVILLE - Services for Beatrice Gipson Dominick will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in Hixson Bros, chapel with the Rev. Henry Wright officiating. Burial will be in Old River Baptist Cemetery. Mrs. Dominick, 75, of Marksville died at at 11:45 p.m. Sunday in Humana Hospital, Marksville. She was a native and lifelong resident of Marksville. Survivors include her husband, Jake Dominick of Marksville; two sons, Robert Allen and Howard Allen Jr., both of Shreveport; five daughters, Joyce Davis and Lee Esther Lyons, both of Galveston, Texas, Irma Lee Allen and Hattie Allen, both of Shreveport and Thelma Deselle of Marksville; two brothers, Leroy Gipson and Pete Dominick, both of Marksville; one sister, Isabella Johnson of Marksville; 32 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home from 5 pm. until 10 p.m. today and after 8 Ex-Police Alexandria insurance man and two-term Rapides Parish Police Jury president L. Brian Duke died at 11:50 p.m. Wednesday in Rapides General Hospital after a long illness. He was 60. Duke served on the jury for 17 years and according to those who knew him, he was a Rapides politician who spoke out for what he believed to be right. Police Juror Edgar C. Hathorn, who served with Duke on the jury for several years, said Duke "worked on behalf of the parish, not just on behalf of himself." "He was one of the most honorable people I have known. I never knew him to undercut or undermine anybody. I was proud to have served with him on the police jury," he said. Juror Tom Mathews called Duke a "real good jury member and very dedicated to his work on the police jury. We will all miss him." In an interview with the Town Talk published Feb. 14, 1967, Duke spoke of his feelings of politics. "I've always felt that politics are no better or worse than the people who participate in them. I think it's the duty of everybody interested in good government to participate to the extent that we can." At the time of the interview, Duke was speaking up for what then seemed to be an unpopular issue parish reapportionment. LOD HAYES his Staff Welcomes You Juror Brian Duke Pizza OFFEK GOOD AT BOTH LOCATIONS 4-140 Jackson St. Ext. Edgewood Plaza Hwy. 28 Eaat Alexandria Ph. 4-45-7361 Pineville Ph. 442-884A Ruby Tuma P1NEV1LLE Services for Ruby Shar-bono Tuma will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in the chapel of Hixson Bros. Burial will be in Czech Cemetery, Libuse. Mrs. Tuma, 67, of Shreveport, died at 1 a.m Thursday in T.E. Schumpert Hospital, Shreveport. Survivors include her husband, Jerry J. Tuma of Shreveport; two sons, James Tuma and Samuel Tuma, both of Shreveport; one brother, Leonard Sharbono of Lecompte; one sister, Barbara Simmons of Shreveport; and two grandchildren. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, Arthritis Foundation or a charity of the donor's choice. Vivian Wagner Services for Vivian H. Wagner will be at 2 p.m. today in the chapel of Hixson Bros., Pineville, with the Rev. Bernard W. Atkinson officiating. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Pineville. Mrs. Wagner, 63, of Pineville died at 10:05 p.m. Wednesday in Rapides General Hospital She was a secretary and a bookkeeper. She was a member of Tioga First Baptist Church and a native of Pollock. Survivors include two sons, Richard G. Wagner Jr. of Fort Worth, Texas, and Walter A. Wagner of Haynesville; one daughter, Mary W. Harford of Pineville; two brothers, Otis W. Head of Oakdale and Wallace F. Head of Alexandria; three sisters, Euna DuRoss of Rockport, Texas, Madeline Baragona of St. Joseph and Imo-gina Christian of Indianapolis, Ind.; and seven grandchildren. Friends may call until time of services today in the funeral home. Mitsuko Willis FOREST HILL Services for Mitsuko Nakata Willis will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Paul Cemetery, Midway, under direction of John Kramer & Son, Alexandria. Mrs. Willis, 59, of Forest Hill died at 3:44 p.m. Wednesday in England Air Force Base Hospital. He was vice chairman of the National Council of County Officials and served on the National Committee on Metropolitan and Urban Problems appointed by that organization. He also served on the special Governor's Liaison Committee named by the Louisiana Police Jury Association. Duke was born in Brecken-ridge, Texas, was a graduate of Bolton High School and received a bachelor of science degree from Texas A&M and a doctorate in law from Louisiana State University. He was a member of St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. He was a World War II Navy veteran with two years combat service aboard a submarine in the South Pacific. Duke had been president of the Kisatchie-Delta Regional Planning and Development District since its organization in 1967. He was a past board member of the Credit Bureau of Alexandria and the Alexandria-Pineville Chamber of Commerce. He was a former member of the Rapides Area Planning Commission and a former board member of the Cen-la Health Planning Council and the Cenla Community Action Committee. Duke was a member and director of the South Alexandria Rotary Club, the YMCA, the Alexandria Tennis Association, the Rapides Parish Red Cross and the Alexandria Jaycees. He Ph. 640-9334 Open 7 Days A Week SSS T II - ,3 MM V 99 PIZZA Buy any pizza and get the next smaller same style pizza with equal number of toppings for 99. Present this coupon with guest cheek. Not valid witli any other coupon or offer. Valid at participating Pizza Inns. 4 ;l jk :' MITVAI.ll tth sn m:i pizza col PON VAUD THRU 5-23-86 inn inni Pizza inn Pizza inni $3.00 OR $2.00 OFF Get $3.00 off the regular price of any large pizza or $2.00 off the regular price of any medium pizza any Htyle. Preaenl this coupon with gueAt check. Not valid with any other coupons or offer. VaJid at participating Pizza Inn. VALID THRU 5-23-86 STUFFED PIZZA PIE $3.00$2.00$1.00 OFF Gel S3.00 off the regular price of any large, 12.00 off the price of any medium, or $1.00 off the price of any small STI FFED PIZZA PIE of your choice. Present this coupon with guest check. Not valid with any other coupons or offer. Valid at participating Pizza Inns. VALID THRU 5-23-86 L. Brian Duke "In the sense of justice and fair play, I believe that certain residents in certain designated wards and areas are being penalized because of real estate. In a democratic type of government, everyone should be represented, but should be represented fairly," he said. Duke was the chief executive officer of the Brian Duke Insurance Agency until 1985 when it merged with Insurance 1. He was active in the Independent Insurance Agents Association of Louisiana, serving on the Board of Directors for eight years and as president in 1981. He was also a former president of the Alexandria Insurance Exchange. and To Country Shopping Center A 198 Pinegrove St., Pineville, Ph: 473-2123 Rebell Square Shopping Center Located Near Pineville Post Office. Between Hwy. 28 East (Turn at First Federal) and Hwy. 1 07. Restaurant Looking For a Great Change, Enjoy Restaurant Dining At Home. We have Fresh and Frozen Prepared Seafood Specialties. Tempt Your Taste Buds With: King's SEAFOOD BUFFET Fresh Shrimp Fresh Crabs Fresh Crayfish Fresh Fish Stuffed Lobster & Flounder Crawfish Pies Seafood Fettucini's Seafood Boudin's FRIDAY NIGHT Choose from Shrimp, Oysters, Catfish, Baked Cod and much more. CHILD'S PLATE....1! PRICE Seafood Gumbo's REGISTER FOR MUCH, MUCH MORE! 50 DOLLAR SEAFOOD GIVE AWAY I Enjoy Our Steaks and Seafood Dinners Nightly I "NOW GREAT FOOD ON THE .NORTH SIDE OF THE RIVER'

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