Miss Webber Stricken
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Miss Webber Stricken, Dies-Miss Thelma B. Webber, assistant office manager of Mutual Benefit of Omaha, left the firm's offices in the Sterick Building yesterday evening and boarded a Lamar bus en route to 1721 Walker where she lived with an aunt, Mrs. R.M. Arnold, and Mr. Arnold. She became ill on the bus and had to be helped off at her
destination and wait until the Arnolds could be notified and Mr. Arnold came to help her home. She was later taken to Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital where she died about midnight. She was 47.

Miss Webber was born in Arkansas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Webber of Malvern. She was a member of Calvary Methodist Church. She had been with Mutual Benefit of Omaha some 20 years and had made her home with the Arnolds during that time.

She leaves her parents; three brothers, Paul Webber of the Army, Everett Webber of East Eureka Springs, Ark., and E. P. Webber Jr., of San Antonio, Texas, and two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Grissom of Malvern, and Mrs. Yvonne Bradley of Pine Bluff.

Services and burial will be tomorrow in Malvern. national Funeral Home in charge.

If someone would like the clipping, they can email me tikigenealogy@home.com  Kay Cahill

Note-Thelma Bee Webber born June 1907 died September 15, 1954 buried in Shadowlawn Memorial Cemetery, Malvern, Hot Spring County, Arkansas
 

Hot Spring County, AR - Coordinator - Jeff Kemp