Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 20
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ALL MERLE BROWN Merle Brown dies at 86 Mrs. Merle M. Brown, 86, .who had been employed 28 '. -years in the motor vehicle di.' vision of the Arizona State '.•Highway Department before I she retired in 1953, died Tuesday in Mary vale Hospital. Mrs. Brown, 813 N. Fourth St., was a member of the Business and Professional Women's Club, Phoenix * Christian Church, and a past * .president of the Maricopa De* -moractic Women's Club. Born "in Greenville, Ohio, she ;moved to Phoenix 63 years •ago from Terre Haute, Ind. ; Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Robert 0. Wilson of ."Oceanside, Calif.; a son, Lyle ,;F. of Payson; two grandchildren and five great, 'grandchildren. ••_; Services will be at 10 a.m. '» Monday in A. L. Moore and ; Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Ad- *;*uns. Burial will be in Double •Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Ralph M. Reger * ;.: Ralph Maloy Reger, 70, .who served 30 years in the ; West Virginia state police before he retired and moved to ^Phoenix in 1953 from Park- -;5ersburg, W. Va., died yester- . day in his home, 4217 N. 19th ;Place. ;.;• Mr. Reger was a member l«f the Shrine in Wheeling, W. - ;Va., and of other Masonicbod- ;ie> in Buckhannon, W. Va. He I was born in Lorentz, W. Va: IJ Friends may call from 6 to ^ f p.m. today in Mercer Mor, tu'ary, 1541 E. Thomas. Serv- vices and burial will be in - Shinnston, W. Va. Survivors 1 include his wife, Naomi; asis- • ter, a niece and nephew out '. of state. : Eleanor Jordan ! Mrs. Eleanor E. Jordon, 64, I an account poster for Doctors '• Hospital the past five years ; and for Good Samaritan Hos; pital 11 years before that, « died Thursday in her home, ; 2525 E. Winston Drive. Z Mrs. Jordon was graduated I from the Sisters of Notre > Dame school of art in her native Ctacinnatt. She came to PhteWx to 1821 Memorial services will be at 9 a.m. Monday in Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel, 3800 S. Central, following cremation. Survivors include, two sons, William and George Dixon, both of Phoenix, and a brother in Cincinnati. Anezka Eavroiiskova Rosary for Anezka Eavrous- kova, 74, who died Thursday In Good Samaritan Hospital, will be recited at 8 p.m. Monday in Messinger Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School, Scottsdale. Funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 101 S. Miller. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Miss Eavrouskova, 1322 W. Monroe, had been a teacher of languages in New York City. Born in Czechoslovakia, she came here seven months ago from New York. She had no known survivors. Vance A. Smaw Vance Alvin Smaw, 62, who came to Arizona 20 years ago fron Seattle and had been a photoengraver and a Greyhound dog trainer, died yes-' terday in a Phoenix hospital. Mr. Smaw of 1412 W. Seventh Ave., Mesa, was born in Fort Valley, Ga. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in St. Francis Cemetery, 48th Street and Oak. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lynn Skalbeck of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Van Alice Harrell of Mesa; a son, Rockne of Tempe; his mother, Mrs. Ludie Mae Smaw of Novato, Calif.; two sisters and two brothers out of state; and seven grandchildren. Simmons MeCorvey Services for Simmons McCorvey, W, will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Universal Memorial Center, 1100 E. Jefferson. Mf. McCorvey, 2828 E. Broadway, died Monday in a Phoenix hospital. Born in Oklahoma, he came to Arizona in 1928 and had been a farm worker. Survivors include two sons, Clifford and Larry; a daughter, Loretta McCorvey, all of LoS Angeles; two brothers, Nelson and Ben Sr. r and a sister, Mrs. Lillian Smith, all of Phoenix; and two brothers out of state. Burial will be in Tempe City Cemetery. Nun selected Sloan fellow CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI) A Roman Catholic nun has become the first woman to be selected as a Sloan fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. .She is Sister Anne M. O'Neil, a member of the Sacred Heart order and assistant treasurer at Manhattanville College, Purchase, N.Y. Under the Alfred P. Sloan fellowship program, she will join fellows formerly recruited only from business and industry in studying new management techniques and skills at the Sloan School of Management. YOUR PICTURES DESERVE THE •EST DEVELOPING There It A Difference TRY JET SERVICE at SI CAMERA SHOP 743 W. CaiMlbock 2*4.5101 Pre-1 nventory SALE Maple or Walnut BEDROOM SETS $fiO95 rrom Hrom 5 pc. DINETTE SETS $ 39 95 5 pe. Maple Dinette OR MAPLE HUTCH SCO 95 from 69 DINETTE SETS from 1 0 w W« Take Trade-ins TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET CREDIT CARDS WELCOME! • .+ t*li OPEN luVnsL D - !| y9+<» 9 *•" 4&^ Saturdey 9 'til 6 CLOSED nSTER SUNDAY FURNITURE CO. 500 E. Dunlop • 944-3351 Dick said, "See Rover run." Rover ran fast. Jane said, "See what they •j say about Rover." Car and Driver /nogox/ne taid: "Every to-called safety expert end every member of top management the domestic auto companies in should be required to spend a month with the Rover 2000 TC . a rare combination of virtually everything one should have in an automobile." Dick said, "Rover is a dog-gone good car." Jane said, "When I whistled for Rover, a Wailace salesman came running." Wallace says, "Come in and whistle. Our talesmen are well trained to ihow you a Rover 2000 TC, the best car running." the Bmtf 2000 TC LLflCI Com* in today and try one/ ort SHOP. Phoenix, Sat, Aprfl 5, 1969 The Arizona Republic 11 These Spectacular 1-Day Values! I • Sat. Only, April 5,9:30 a.m. to 9:15 p.m. SHOP EAHLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS! SOME QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED! ONE DAY ONLY Little Girls' Vinyl Patents SAVE.H.02 Reg. $8.99 Twinkling patent vinyl in six Spring colors: Hot Peach, Black, White, Pink or-Blue! All fully lined with soft leather. Sizes 8Vz to 5. Children's Shoe Dept. Men's Perma- Prest Dress Shirts 4 for f 10 Reg. $3.99! Great buy! White short sleeve shirts in cool polyester and long wearing cotton blend! Lynn collar, 2 pockets too! Easy to care for and requires no ironing! Sizes 15 thru 17. Men's Dress Shop Girls' Perma-Prest Dresses, Sizes 3-6x Sears Reg. Low Price 2 97 Sun-sational styles from saucy shifts to pants dresses! No ironing! Children's Dept. Women's 100% Nylon Briefs 2 prs. Opaque nylon briefs in white or pastels, Sizes 5, 6, and 7. Lingerie Dept. Easy-Care Suiting Fabric,44-45 in. wide Sears regular Low... 681 Newest fabric designs in solids and prints... Great selection... Great buy! "Yardage Dept. —Lower Level Cool Women's Sandal Sale 99* Hurry... Only 100 at this low price! Colors, sixes 5 to 10. Shoe Dept, Save on Easter Basket Candy pound Ib. Hurry quantities limited on Novelty creams, Robin Eggs and Assorted Easier Candy! Candy Dept, Ready»to*Plant Bedding Plants Reg. 59c 36* Large assortment of garden ready flowers and vegetables! Scam Garden Shop Stretch Nylon Panty Hose, Petite, Average, Tall 99« Proportioned to fit, demi- toe, nude heel, in Sunset, Beige. Hosiery Dept. Regular 8 Film, Includes Processing! Reg. $2.79 229 Just in time for Easter Pictures! Indoor or outdoor! Camera Dept. Boys' Perma-Prest Sport Shirts, 6-12 3 for Reg. $2.99 in your choice of solids, stripes, plaids! Boys' Dept. Girls'Baby Doll Pajama, 7 to 14 Great buy on lovely sleepwear for cool summer sleeping! ^ Cirls'Dvpt. SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE &tit/acffc» Guaranteed » Your Monty Bask Sears 1949 East Camelback Road, Phoenix Phone 264-7300 Open Monday thru Saturday from 9t30 a.m. to 9:19 p.m. eJIP OQii

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