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in Wilton; preskJent Colkge. TJwrt- where pas-; before; family was born; in pastorale, here mother, A'. Christian and White', •,, at '•'. < Mescal C. W. in Roxtori, Beard, Walter Methodist Roxtoc Roden pall- , Mrs. McGIasson died Sunday at hero* here, 667 Fort St. Charley Ryser • Psru News Service . HONEY GROVE — Charley, Ryser, who would have been AS on .November ,25, died 'Monday at home in Aliens Chapel conjmun- ity, ; Rt. 1, Windom. He bad been ill some time. — • Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2.p.m. at* St. James Lutheran Church at Aliens Chapel of which Mr. Ryser was a member, , the pastor, the Rev. Marcus T. Lang, officiating. Cooper's FuneraL Home w j 11 mlike burial in Aliens Point Cemetery, paHbearers to be Paul Loschke, Alvin Loschke, Raymond Ryser, Edgar Ryser, Junior Ryser and Doyle Baker. , Mr. Ryser was born in Peoria. 111., November 25, 1870/,and'mar- ried Miss Lena Hoffman, Decem- ber 30, 1900. . [Paris His wife survives besides these: children: Fred Ryser, Her m a n Ryser, Mrs. Herbert Stoehner and; Mrs. August \Stoehner, both of T Honey Grove; seven grandchil-' dren" and two great-grandchil- j dren. R,P. Peebles ; Paris New* Service FT. TOWSON, Okla. — Jl. P.