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2 THURS., JULY 16, 1964, Lake Charles American Press ****** iv*******it********mr*********:m**-*-mm*.*-*-*m*mmmmir* AREA OBITUARIES •m** f ******** ******** ERNEST CLARK VIU-E PLATTK (Spl.)--Krn- cst Clark. 75, of Villc I'latte, dircl al (>:H5 p.m. Wednesday fit his home here. lie was a retired limber merchant and a native of this area. Funeral services will he held at 10 a.m. Friday from Lake Cove Pentecostal Church with Hrv. nillnnl llolloway official- ing. Huritil \\iii he in Turkey Creek Cemetery under direction of Ardoin Funeral Home of Oakdnle. He is survived by two sons, .James Clark of Turkey Creek, ;ind Kverrtte Clark of Forest Mill: four daughters. Mrs. Esma Clark. Mrs. F.lmer Miley, and Mrs. I'AT'lyn Johnson, all of Turkey Creek, and Mrs. Kdna Mae Viflnnc of Lecomple: three hrothers, George, Evans, and William L. Clark, all o£ Turkey Creek; four sisters, Mrs. George Ferrand, Mrs. W. F. Chappel, both of Turkey Creek, Mrs. Jasper Ray of DeRidder, and Mrs. L. H. Stanficld of DeQulncy; 21 grandchildren; and 35 great- grandchildren. DUGGAN SAYS: POTTKI) TOMATOES! Oct Ilinn now nnrl liavi- lots of fresh Tomators through Fall. Replenish .vour hod* with slni-ted Cnliuliiim Plants. Hanging; Baskets of Spencer! Fern lend interest In porch and Patios. Growing in large containers: • Bananas, they are nice big* plants, • Red Leaf Barberry. • Japanese, Black Pine • Alacasia JMetalica is a black leaf Elephant Ear Type Plant. GALLON CONTAINERS: Rotunda Holly, Copper Plants for sunny places, Red Berried Ardisia, Alamanda Vine with lovely wax blooms, which last several days, Pyracan- tha, Hydrangeas, and don't forget the dependable Hibiscus, colorful until frost. DUGGAN'S GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 2027 Hwy. 171 N. 43G-!>03:i DENARD CLEMENT Funeral services for Dcnard Clement, 69, will be held at 9 a.m. Friday at Sacred Heart Catholic.Church with the Rev. .7. F. Renters officiating. Burial will be in Syas Cemetery with the Gilmore Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. A rosary will be said at the funeral home tonight at 7:30. Mr. Clement died at 2 a.m. Wednesday at his residence at 521! Haskell St. A native of Breaux Bridge, he had lived in Lake Charles 53 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Clement of Lake Charles; his mother, Mrs. Alice Clement of Lake Charles; five sons, Matthew Clement of Houston. Tex., and Fred, George, Thomas and Sidney Clement, all of Lake Charles; two brolh- ers. John Clement of Lake Charles and Walter Clement of Washington, D.C.; three sisters, Mrs. Camille Clement, Mrs. Annie Fontenot and Mrs. Jeanne White, all of Lake Charles; and and nine grandchildren. MRS. ELIAS DEBLANC JENNINGS (Spl.) - Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. today for Mrs. Elias DeBlanc, 74, of Jennings, who died at 3:15 a.m. Wednesday in a Jennings hospital. Riles were held from St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church with burial in Abshire Cemetery near Abbeville under direct ion of First National Funeral Home of Abbeville. She is survived by a son, Willie DeBlanc of Lake Arthur; a brother, Edmond Vallot of Kaplan; a half-brother, Eddie Can- Ireaux of Henry; a sister, Mrs. Robert Simond of Maurice; seven grandchildren; and 16 great- grandchildren. GILBERT DEROUEN SR. (St-c Story on Page One) wmm*mf******m MRS. EILLEEN P. FOSTER LEESVILLE (Spl.)-Mrs. EH- leen Parker Foster, 83, of Leesville, who died at 10 a.m. Sunday at her residence here, was to be buried at 2 p.m. today. Rev. 0. I. Mendenhall was to conduct services from Hixson Funeral Home chapel. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Emma Louise Foster j of Leesville, and Mrs. Mary j Elizabeth Rush of L u b b o c k, Tex.; two brothers, John A. Parker of Springfield, Mo., and j Fred H. Parker of Omaha, Neb.; a sister, Mrs. Nadine P. Miller of Zora Goza, Mexico; and three grandchildren. FRED LEETREEMAN VINTON (Spl.) - Funeral I services for Fred Lee Freeman, I 69, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Burke Hammer Funeral Home Chapel in Sulphur. The Rev. D. W. Hudnall, pastor of Houston River Baptist Church and the Rev. Daniel Perigo, pastor of Crossroads Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Big Woods Cemetery in Edgerley. Mr. Freeman died at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Veterans' Hospital in Houston, Tex., after a short illness. A native of Franklin county, Miss., Mr. Freeman had been associated with Gulf Oil Co. for 33 years. He was a retired I ganger. I Mr. Freeman was also a veteran of World War I, a member of the American Legion, and a member of the Crossroads Baptist Church here. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Clara Nell Freeman of Vin; ton; three daughters; Mrs. A. j J. Hewitt of Sulphur, Mrs. Phillip Bozzo of Houston, Tex., and Mrs. Patrick J. Harrop of Lake Charles; two sons, A. D. Free-) man of Houston, Tex., and F. Robin Freeman of Vinton; six brothers, Virgil and Archie Freeman of Hamburg, Miss., P. A. Freeman of Brookhavcn, Miss., Ivy Freeman of Triumph, Ernest Freeman of Midland. Tex., and Leslie Freeman < | of Natchez, Miss.; two sisters,' i Mrs. Herbert Lehmann of llam- iburg. Miss., and Mrs. Richard i Green of Natchez, Miss.; and nine grandchildren. GREER INFANT (Sec Story This Page) Jaya Lynn Grecr, one-ami- one-nalf-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Grcer of Port Arthur, Tex., died at 12:40 a.m. today in a Lake Charles hospital from injuries sustained in a traffic accident at Ragley. The body has been taken to Port Arthur by the Hixson Fu- nerai Home. Arrangements for services are pending. Besides the parents, survivors include the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Georgia Greer of Port Neches, Tex.; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rawley of Groves, Tex.; and the great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Every Lopez of Port Arthur and Mr. M. Herpin of Port Neches. ROSS MCDONALD RAGLEY (Spl.) - Funeral services for Ross McDonald, 69, were to be held at 2 p.m. today at Bear Pentecostal Church. The Rev. A. W. Sassman will officiate. Burial will be in Hagar Cemetery under the direction of Hixson's Funeral Home. Mr, McDonald died at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at his home. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Florence Cooley McDonald of Ragley; two sisters, Mrs. Adelee Anderson of Oregon and Mrs. Kate Root of Vidor, Tex.; five brothers, Johnny McDonald of Conroe, Tex., Louis McDonald of Fields, Grover McDonald of Ragley, Jim McDonald of DeQuincy and J. D. McDonald of Starks. MRS. PAUTSEBATIER ELTON (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Paul Seba- tier. 71, of Elton, are to be announced by Miguez Funeral Home of Jennings. Mrs. Sebatier died at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday in an Alexandria hospital. She was a retired s c h o o 1 teacher. MRS. W. GTSIMMONS JENNINGS (Spl.) - Mrs. W. G. Simmons, 81, died at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday in a Jennings Hospital after an illness of two weeks. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in Lufkin, Tex. Burial will be in Knight Cemetery under direction of Gipson Funeral Home. Mrs. Simmons was a native of Nacogdoches, Tex., and was the former Nannie Beulah Ham- rly. She had resided in Jennings since 1938, moving here from Houston. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Clara Laughlin of Jennings; two sons, Gordon Simmons of Jennings and Gail Simmons of Houston, Tex.; four grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. MRS. MATTIE M.WELCH LEESVILLE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie Moore Welch, 79, of Route 1, Anacoco, are to be announced by Hixson Funeral Home of Leesville. Mrs. Welch died at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday in a Zwolle clinic. Rites will be held from Good Hope Baptist Church with The Rev. W. H. McCullough, Rev. Burnis Dias and Rev. Wilson Rawls, officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. She is survived by her husband, T. Floyd Welch of Anacoco; five sons, Henry Scoggins of Port Arthur, Tex., and Castus, Kirk, Bill, and Jesse Scoggins, all of Anacoco; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Welch, Mrs. Bertha Owers, and Mrs. Gladys Self, all of Anacoco; a brother, Charles I. Moore of Lake Charles; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. WELDONlNFANT PITKIN (Spl.) - Graveside services for James Matthew Weldon, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Weldon of Rt. 2, Pitkin, were to be held at 2 p.m. today at Smyrna Cemetery with the Rev. Charles Hoy officiating. The Hixson Funeral Home of DeRidder was to be in charge of arrangements. The infant died at 12:25 a.m. today in Baptist Hospital. Besides the parents, survivors include two sisters, Debra Inez and Dianna Lynn Weldon, both !of Pitkin; the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weldon of Pitkin, [ Mr. and Mrs. Delford Dcason of | Lake Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. i Johnston Queen of Col u m b i a, JMiss.; and a great-grandmother, i Mrs. J. H. 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Infant Dies Of Injuries From Ragley Crash DERIDDER (Spl.) - Jaya Lynn Greer, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Greer of Port Arthur, Tex., died from injuries received in a traffic accident at 12:10 p.m. at the intersection of Louisiana Highways 171 and 27 at Ragley. State Trooper W. W. McFatter of Troop H., said a car driven by Mrs. Greer, 19, smashed headon into a truck driven by Joseph C. Johnwell, 27, of Lake Charles. The trooper said Mrs, Greer was attempting to turn north onto Highway 171 when she collided with the truck which was moving south on the highway. The child died early this morning in a Lake Charles hospital. Injured in the Grcer car was Susan Rowley, 13, of Groves, Tex., and Mrs. Greer. Johnwell was also injured. The Greer car occupants were taken to Beauregard Memorial Baptist Hospital here, and Johnwell was taken to Lake Charles Memorial Hospital. The local hospital said Mrs. Greer and the Rowley girl were in fair condition. Their injuries have not been determined. No charges have been filed, pending completion of an investigation, according to authorities. The governor of Louisiana must be 30 years old, be a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the state for at least 10 years preceding his election, and hold no federal office. LOCAL WEATHER LftKE CHARLES AREA WEATHER Temperature todoy (9 o.m.J fll Minimum today (1:01 a.m.) 70 Maximum yesterday (11:15 a.m.) ,...B7 Rolatlva Humidity (9 a.m.) 80 Rainfall today None Rainfall yesterday 012 Sunset today 7:15 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 5:J3 a.m. Sea level pressure (» a.m ) 30.07 Tides today: L, 1:51 a.m., 0.7; H, 7:33 a m., 1.3; L, 4:01 p.m., 0.1; H, 7:33 Tomorrow: L, 4:JO a.m., 1.3; H, 7:54 a.m., 1.3; L, 4:44 p.m., 0.0; H, 11:50 p.m., 1.5. Belle Rose Man Dies After Crash THIBODAUX, La. (AP) - Albert Cavalier, 24, of Belle Rose, died Tuesday night of injuries received earlier in the day in an auto-gasoline truck collision. 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