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KAWANNA K. FR1NK
KJLEONA L. FRINK
ANTHONY M. FRINK
WALLACE ? Miss Katrell
Twanette Frink, 1, Miss Kawanna
Kashekie Frink, 3, Miss Kieona
Lamore Frink, 4, and Anthony Mar
cellus Frink, 6, children of Anthony
and Florine Frink, died Wednesday
in a fire. Funeral, Church of God of
Wallace. Burial, Burton family
cemetery. Deep Bottom Community,
Surviving: parents; maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Morris of
Wallace; grandfather, Charles Fields
of New York; paternal grandmother,
Mrs. Alice Frink Flowers of India
DAVID W. O'QUINN
TURKEY - David Wrenville
O'Quinn. 71, died Thursday.
Arrangements by Crumpler
Honeycutt Funeral Home, Ginton.
ALBERT C. HANCHEY
WALLACE - Albert Cornelius
Hanchey died Tuesday. Funeral,
Edgerton Funeral Home. Burial,
Little Creek Cemetery.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Centelle
Atkinson Hanchey; son, Albert
Hanchey Jr. of the home; brother,
Wilbert Hanchey of Wallace.
GERTIE E. PICKETT
BEULAVILLE - Mrs. Gertie Ed
wards Pickett, 75, of Chinquapin,
died Sunday. Funeral, Community
Funeral Home, Beulaville. Burial,
Brown Ceme.ery, Fountain.
Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Sarah
Watts of Mullins, S.C., Mrs. Ava
Bryan of Richlands, Mrs. Joyce P.
Lanier of Beulaville; sons, Frank H.
Pickett and James M. Pickett, both
ot I'nuaaeipma. ra., Leon u. ricxeu
of Anderson, S.C., R.E. Pickett of
Beulaville; sisters, Mrs. Bertie Wil
liams of Stedman, Mrs. Ludie Jones
of Chinquapin; 23 grandchildren;
MARY J. BRINSON
MOUNT OLIVE - Mrs. Mary
Steele J. Brinson, 84, died Saturday.
Funeral, First Baptist Church. Bu
rial, Maplewood Cemetery.
Surviving: son. Lacy Brinson of
Sanford; daughter, Mrs. Virginia B.
Williams of Mount Olive; three
grandchildren; two great-grandchil
HOSEA E. McDULLEN
CLINTON - Hosea Emmitt Mc
Cullen, 75, of Clinton, died Satur
day. Funeral, Carr Memorial Chris
tian Church. Burial, Hillcrest Ceme
tery, Newton Grove.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mack Thomas
wishes to express their appreciation
for the thoughtfulness of our many
friends, relatives and neighbors
during the illness and death of our
loved one. We thank you for your
prayers, cards, flowers, food and
each expression of sympathy. Our
thanks also goes out for the out
standing service of the Pink Hill
The Mack Thomas Family
Surviving: wife, Mr*. Inez Boyette
McCullen; daughter*, Mr*. Melb*
Miller and Mr*. Marlyn Jackson,
both of Clinton; sons, Kayburn
McCullen and Garrett McCullen,
both of Clinton; sisters, Mrs. Pearl
Sutton of Faison, Mrs. Annie
Murphy and Mrs. Nancy Cos, both
of Newton Grove; brothers, Paul
McCullen of Clinton, Henderson
McCullen of Calypso; 10 grand
JAMES A. BAR WICK
MOUNT OLIVE - James Aaron
Barwick, 56, died Tuesday. Funeral,
Tyndall Funeral Home. Burial,
Wayne Memorial Park.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Maggie Jer
nigan Barwick; son, James A. Bar
wick of Mount Olive; daughters,
ij.o D Au..
mis. nvat .uiutj vi i/uwvj, mis*
Peggy Scjtherland of Mount Olive,
Mrs. Joe Brown and Mrs. Jacqueline
Grady, both of Mount Olive;
brothers, Leon Barwick and Jack
Berwick, both of Dudley, Charlie
Barwick of Seven Springs; sisters,
Mrs. Geneva Walker, Mrs.. The 1 ma
Pinyatello and Mrs. Frankie Sum
merlin, all of Mount Olive, Mrs. Eula
Malpass of Mount Olive, Mrs. Viola
Grantham of Grantham; six grand
ROSE HILL - Theodore Chasten,
78, died Thursday. Funeral, Rose
Hill First Baptist Church. Burial,
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Ruth Chas
ten; sons, Theodore Donald Chasten
and Winfred Chasten, both of Rose
Hill; daughters, Mrs. Hazel Ruth
Askew and Mrs. Berta Mae Maskus,
both of Hempstead, N.Y.; brothers,
Levy Chasten of Philadelphia, Pa.,
Johnnie Hand of Bowden; sisters,
Mrs. Mary Frances Dobson of
Kenansville; 14 grandchildren; four
RALPH F. SMITH
KENANSVILLE - Ralph Fitz
gerald Smith, 47, died Wednesday.
Funeral, Smith Chapel, Baptist
Church. Burial, Smith family ceme
Surviving: son, Ralph E- Smith of
Rose Hill; parents, Rayfbrd and
Lucille Smith of Kenansville;
brothers, Dennie Smith and Marvin
Smith, both of Kenansville, Reginald
Smith of Newark, Del.; foster
brother, Reginald McGowan of
Kenansville; sisters, Mrs. Joyce
Garner of Washington, D.C., Miss
Lewelyn Smith, Miss Jean Smith and
Piano Tuning and Ropalr
Jimmy C. Wat
Registered Pie no
Box 602, Wereaw
Kenensville - 2M-021S
J8-C W. Collags St.
Miss Delphine Smith, and Miss
Sylvia Smith, all of Kenansville;
grandmother, Mrs. Sylvia D. Smith
of Sea Pleasant, Md.
LOUISE M. DEES
WALLACE - Mrs. Louise Mae
Dees, 7S, of Wilmington, died
Monday. Funeral, Edgerton Funeral
Home. Burail, Riverview Memorial
Surviving: husband. Holmes
Dees; daughter, Mrs. Shirley Booker
of Charlottesville, Va.; sister. Mrs.
Merle Lougee of Durham; two
JOHN S. WILLIAMS
TEACHEY - John Sherman Wil
liams, 73, died Monday. Funeral,
Rockfish A.M.E. Church, Wallace.
Burial, church cemetery.
Surviving: son, Leonard Johnson
of Wallace; daughters, Mrs. Frances
See of Niagara Falls, N.Y., Mrs.
Gayle Williams of Italy; brothers,
Norman Williams of Washington,
Johnnie K. Williams of Detroit,
Mich.; sisters, Mrs. Maggie Kenan
of Teachey, Mrs. Rosa James of
Newark, N.Y.; 1-2 grandchildren; 20
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