deaths William Stebens William Stebens, 77, Hoi- comb, died Friday evening at St. Catherine Hospital after a three-month illness. Bom April 25, 1894, at Victoria, Victoria, he has been a resident of the Garden City area since 1935, moving here from Mor- lamd. Mr. Stebens had be«n in the plumbing business for more than 40 years, retiring in 1965. He married Gertrude Frances Doefler May 9, W16, at St. Peter. She preceded him in death May 3, 1966. Mr. Stebens was a member ef St. Mary's Catholic Church. Survivors include three sons, James, Woodard, Okla., Willard, Willard, Fresno, Calif., and Edward, Edward, Rt. 1; eight daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Komlofske Rt. 1, Mrs. Lola Stoppel, 1301 St. John, Mrs. Jane- DeHart, 25^4 N. 8th, Mrs. Pauline Irsik and Mrs. Mildred Irsik, both Hoi- comb, Mrs. Mary Brocket-, San Angelo, Tex., Mrs. Gertrude McCullough, Hampton, Va., and Mrs. Joann Washam, Big Springs, Tex.; a brother, Charles Stebens, .Lakin; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Wagner, Riverside, Calif.; Mrs. Katherine Katherine Willsusie, Compton, Calif., and Mrs. Ida McBee, Boring, Ore.; 44 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic William Stebtns Church, the Rev. Emil F. Dinkel Dinkel officiating. Burial will ibe in Valley View Cemetery. Friends may call at Garnand Garnand Funeral Home. Foy Davis Funeral for Foy Davis, 52, 611 Garden City Ave., will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Hall- Koster Funeral Home, Oakley, with burial in Oakley. Mr. Davis died Thursday evening ait St. Catherine Hos pital after a short illness. Friends may call until 5 p.m. Sunday at the Phillips-White Funeral Home.