Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1959 · Page 32
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 32

Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, June 30, 1959
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Page 18. Obifnaric* 'ALL EDITIONS .The Arizona Republic, Phornix, Arizona. .Tuesday, June 30, 1959 W. M. Evans Dies; Native Of Arizona **'" >.*•><* William M. Evan';. R", native Joseph's Hospital. Born in Morrnci. he came to resided ar 2212 W. Aupusta. Funeral services will be at 10 Grimshaw Mortuary. 334 W. Monroe. The Rev. -L. O. Tolo will officiate. Burial will he in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Evans had been a stationary engineer at the Maricopa County General Hospital the past six years. Before that, he had served in the same capacity for 17 years at the Arizona Brewing Co. He is survived by his wife. Laura; two sons, Louis W. and Arbonan. died yesterday in St. Phoenix in lO.'M from Risbre. He a.m. Thursday in Palms Chape!.' !>ind a member of the Masons in Chicago. He is survived by his wife. Ruth jM.; a daughter, Mrs. Lollie Wood. '.01871 73 26 •^_31 : 38-7985 ,f TAUSUx 2-13-40-61 . 67-72-83 88 -.S6- 60-63 65-48-74 a son. Dr. Richard A. Nelson, Chicago; and four grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Charles Doub Funeral services for Charles Doub, 71. who died Sundav in his of Phoenix, and Mrs. Ola Gilligan, r""7,' h "",r Hollywood, Calif.; a brother, a^ ameiDa «sister, and five grandchildren. Louise E. Maclsen Funeral services for Miss Louise Elizabeth Madsen, 57, ... native Arizonan, who died Sundav * f * *.^ V nd * da f u | h , ter in Good Samaritan Hospital, will Mrs ' Ethel Headle - v - **>& of Phoe. Place of burial is undecided. Born in Huntington, Ind., Mr. Doub came to Arizona 15 years ago. He is survived by his wife, Cleo; be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Colonial Chapel, Mortensen-Kingsley Mortuary, 1020 W. Washington. Bishop Joe Dana will officiate. Burial will be in the cemetery in Safford, where she was born. Miss Madsen, a registered nurse, resided at 3505 N. Central. She came to Phoenix in 1922 She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Carolyn Madsen, and a brother, John W. Madsen, both of Phoenix; and a sister, Mrs. B. J, McMorrow, Honolulu. Marie S. Husky Funeral services for Mrs. Marie S. Husky, 59, who had been employed in the city water department here the past 17 years, will be at 11:30 a.m. tomorow in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Dr. C h a r 1 e s Poling will officiate. Cremation will follow. Born in Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Husky, who came to Phoenix from Indiana in Mrs. Husky 1927, resided at 1309 W. Lynwood. She died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital. Before working in the city water department, she was employed for seven years in the Maricopa County assessor's office. Mrs. Husky was a member of Laurel chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, and Luke-Greenway Post No. 1 American Legion Auxiliary. Her husband, George Husky, died here in 1936. She is eurvived by two sons, Milton J. and George S., and a sister, Mrs. Clara Stewart, all of Phoenix; two brothers, both out of state; a cousin, Henrietta Sites, Phoenix; and five grandchildren. Gilbert Childs Graveside services for Gilbert Childs, 62, who died Saturday in his home, 4641 N. 16th St., will be at 11 a.m. today in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Childs was a traveling auditor for the Fred Harvey Co. Born in Iowa, he established the auditing office for the Harvey company at the Grand Canyon in 1955. A World War I veteran, he was a member of trie American Legion and the Masonic Lodge in Gallup, N.M. He is survived by his wife, Cleo, and two brothers and a sister, all out of state. Roy A. Nelson Funeral services for Roy A. Nelson, 62, who died Saturday in the Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Paradise Chapel and Funeral Home, 3934 E. Indian School. The Rev. Roscoe Strivings and the Masonic funeral committee will officiate. Burial will be in Resthaven Park in Glendale. Born in Maywood, 111., Mr. Nelson, who came to Phoenix 17 years ago, resided at 4207 E. Sells Dr. Inspector for the Maricopa County Planning and Zoning Commission, he was a World War I veteran nix; and a grandson. Leslie N. Stein Funeral services and burial for | Leslie N. Stein, 70, who died Sun- 'day in Good Samaritan Hospital, will be in Cleveland, Mercer Mortuary announced. Born in Pennsylvania, Mr. Stein .who came to Phoenix six years iago, resided at 1046 E. Fairmont. He was a former advertising man ifor Ringling Brothers and Barnum 'and Bailey Circus. He was connected with aa advertising company in Cleveland 30 years. He was a World War I veteran. He is survived by his wife Nellie; and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Dorothy M. Strandine, Phoenix; three stepsons, Walter W. Behnke, Monrovia, Calif., and Willard C. and Harold Behnke, both of Tem- 'ple City, Calif.; a sister, 11 grand- 1 children, and 14 great-grandchil- dre.n. Sara B. Anderson Funeral services and burial for Mrs. Sara B. Anderson, 45, who died Sunday in the Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital, will be in Curwensville, Pa., Camelback Chapel and Funeral Home announced. Mrs. Anderson, who came to Phoenix a year ago, resided at 1701 E. 46th St. A veteran of World War II, she served in the Wacs. She was a member of William Bloys No. 2, American Legion, in Tempe. She was born in Curwensville. She is survived by her husband, Howard, and her parents, and three brothers and two sisters, all out of state. CANCEt 49-52-53-55 ^ 71-73-75 no 4-11-14-17 -36-43-81-87 SEPT r. 5- 7-20-25 28-41-45 -Or U,AY R. POt LANM^ Your daily AcHvity Guicff> £l '' Accorcfincj fo fh* Sfors, *^ To develop mc^soqc for TuesHov, rrod words corresponding to numbers pt \oiif Zodiac birfh ^\gn. } ~-m rt .11 Of M Sidrlrocks 7 A, .U V.-".!!" (V Prone .' 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He was a member of the Dads Club of Brophy Preparatory School, and assistant chairman of the stadium committee for the school. He also was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Francis. Surviving beside his wife are two sons, Patrick and William, and a daughter Mary Kay, all of Phoenix, and two brothers and four sisters. • ATLAS • ATLAS • ATLAS ATLAS IS HERE! Arizona's OUTSTANDING HOME SERVICE I CALL CR 9-5541 ATLAS MANAGEMENT AND HOME SERVICE, INC. • 330 E. Camclback Rd. > Mall Information to: (A ' Name O J Addreai > - Phone £ » ATLAS • ATLAS • ATLAS • SHIPS 73 PER CENT OF STEEL ANTWERP—Belgium last year manufactured 5,912,000 metric tons of steel annd exported 73 per cent of it. fefurc Makes ffiQ Mcaf_ ARMOUR Makes the Diflfefwiwl EL RANCHO MKT. 3217 E. Camelback SAFEWAY 2925 N. 7th Ave. BASHAS' E. Glendale Ave.—Glendale LUKE A.F.B. COMM. 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