Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 10, 1964 · Page 23
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OBITUARIES SENUA BERTRAND t IOWA (Spl.) — Funeral serv- «ces for Senua Joseph Bertram!. '166, of Hayes, were to be held at 110 a.m. today in Hayes Catholic (Church. He died at 4:15 a.m. Thursday at his residence. Burial will be in Loraine Cemetery in Hayes under the direction of Hixson Funeral Home. .Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Avia Berlrand; three sons, AI- den and James Bertrand, both of Creole, and Robert Bertrand of Carryss; two daughters, Mrs. W. C. Brady of Hayes and Mrs. Gladys Kelly of Lake Charles; one brother, Clement Bertrand o Hayes; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. member of the trustee board of the Christian Baptist Church and a veteran of World War I. He died in a local hospital at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Tabernacle Kites will be held from the Cemetery with the Rev. R. L. REV. THOMAS COOLEY Story on Page One) ALVA LEE DUNCAN LEESVILLE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Alva Lee Duncan, 65, of Route 2, Leesville, Were to be held at 2 p.m. today from the Hixson Funeral Home chapel. Officiating was to be (he Rev. K. ML Belsha. Burial was to be in Pine. Island Cemetery near Pickering. Mr. Duncan died at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday at his home here. He was a retired mechanic. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Georgia Moore Duncan; three sons, Chester Carl and Alva Earl Duncan, both of Leesville, and James Ray Duncan with the U. S. Air Force in England; three daughters, Mrs. Betty Jean Elmore of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Margie Lee Newton of San Antonio, Tex., and Mrs. Mary Ruth Tidwell of Liberty, Tex.; seven sisters, Mrs. Goldie Davis, Mrs. Lottie Phelps, Mrs. Hazel Kitts, Mrs. Pansy Lord, Mrs. Edna Burns, Mrs. Violet Ford, and Mrs. Eva Shafer, of Missouri and Illinois; and 13 grandchildren. Christian Baptist Church with burial in Huff and Thomas Cemetery under direction of Gilmore Funeral Home. White officiating. The Monroe native had lived in Lake Charles for the past 18 years. He resided at 702 Boston He is survived by his wife, St. Mrs. Jacindy Franklin; one daughter. Mrs. Betty F. Broussard of Lake Charles, and one grandchild. MRS. DELIA R. GREER OAKDALE I Spl.) -Mrs. Della Rollins Greer, 84, died at. 8:25 p.m. Thursday in a local clinic. Funeral services were to be held at, 3 p.m. today from Ardoin Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. J. C. Edwards and the Rev. Charles Clark, officiating. Burial was to be in Vanderberg Cemetery at Chicot. She is survived by two sons, William Greer of Oakdale and Joe Greer of Pine Prairie; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Egbert of Oakdale and Mrs. C. G. Clark of Alexandria; 20 grandchildren; and 20 great - grandchildren. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lorean Wheatley; one son, Leon Sparks of Eunice; one brother, Leavett Wheatley of Alexandria; two sisters, Mrs. Amelia Jones and Annie Mae Brumfield, both of Alexandria, and eight grandchildren. MRS. MARY B. GRICE Funeral services will be held here at. 2 p.m. Saturday for Mrs. Mary B. Grice, 89, of 140 Reid St. who died at her residence Sunday. Rites will be held from St. Paul AME Church with the Rev. N. N. Easley officiating. Burial will be in the Christ Sanctified Holiness Church Cemetery in Mossville under direction of Gilmore Funeral Home. She was a native of Clare. Survivors include one son, B. Ragley Pastor Dies; Services Planned Today RAGLEY (Spl.) - The Rev. Kenneth Jones, 47, of Rt. 1, Ragley, died at 7:30 a.m. Thursday in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. today at. the Bellwood Baptist Church. Burial will b« at Bellwood ! FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1964, lake Charles American Press * Tour Planned For Rodeo Contestants WARMER — Rain Is forecast tonight over a largo part of the nation. It will be warmer over the West Coast, Plateau, touihern Plains, Gulf LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES AREA WEATHER T*mp»ra(urt May (t a.m.) ........... H Minimum wdoy (5 a.m.) .............. 73 Maximum yttttrday (4 p.m.) ......... to Rtlatlv* Humidity (» a.m.) ..... .... 74 Rainfall today ...................... Nan* Rainfall yesttrtfay ................. None Sunsit teday ................... T.\I p.m. Tlde» lodoy: High ol 11:30 p.m., 1.l» a * 0| "" p ' m " •'•'• H ' •°. l - 4:4 ? 'f • • hf . low at I0:l« p.m., -0. fah'ot .8. f:»'p.m.', 1.*; in Gold was first discovered Colorado at En^Iewood in 1859. vSULPHUR (Spl.) - A tour of | the area for Louisiana High School Championship Rodeo contestants and their parents is being palnned by the West Calcasieu Association of Commerce. George Hardy Vincent, tour chairman, told directors at the semi-monthly meeting Thursday that the lour has been tentatively set for Saturday morning, July 18. He also asked board members to make suggestions for sights to be included in the tour. Dr. Russell Harris, association president, urged rodeo directors to help welcome, rodeo visitors to the area and to assist with rodeo arrangem e n t s wherever possible. The rodeo Agrostologists, or grass ex-(will be held in the Sulphur Fu- perts, don't believe chemicals i tlire Farmers of America rodeo coasl and south Atlantic coast. Colder weather IB expected over the north Atlantic states and north and central plains. (AP Wirephoto Map). are the ultimate answer to crabgrass. The best long-range remedy is to improve the soil so that a strong, thick turf of desirable grass will smother the seedlings of crahgrsss long before they mature. arena July 15-18. Vernon Meyer of West Lake, newly elected board member, was introduced. He was named to fill the unexpired term of Jack DeLaney who resigned re- Iraitly. The status of House Bill 397 proposing the creation of the West, Calcasieu Harbor arid Terminal District was reviewed in a round table discussion. The drafting of the bill, its introduction into the state legislature and the action taken there was detailed for directors by City Judge Ellis W. Thompson. He said the bill is now on the desfc of Gov. John J. McKeithen. Others taking part in the discussion were Sulphur Mayor J. Earl Koonce, Hubert Blanchard and Olaf Jacobsen. Before you leave on a trip mark your luggage in a distinctive way. Attach a sturdy identification tag to the handle and stick a strip of colored tapo on the outside of the bag. That way you can spot your suitcase in a hurry at an airplane or rail terminal and someone won't, mistake his bag for yours. V. Grice of Many; one brother, the Rev. Timothy W. Burr of DeQuincy; and two sisters, Mrs. Lou Wilson of San Francisco, Calif., and Mrs. Myrdie Robinson of Trace, Calif. Cemetery under the direction of. Hixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles. ' The body will lie at the funeral home until 10 a.m. Friday, when it will be taken to the Bellwood Baptist Church. It will remain in the church until time of burial. Rev. Mr. Jones was pastor of Magnolia Baptist Church in Ragley. He was a member of the Masonic lodge in Many. HAYES FRANKLIN Funeral services will be held here at 2:30 p.m. Saturday for Hayes Franklin, 67, of 112 N. Louisiana St. who died Tuesday in an Alexandria hospital. He was a native of Boyce. a Masonic services will be held \ at graveside. Survivors are his wife. 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