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Julius P. Stiles dead at 77
- Â· for Pacific precipitation. Record ^^B 9Â» W1nÂ«nÂ« Dally NÂ»wÂ« *Â« Wlnena, Mlmse)a WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, WI Ex-Fillmore commissioner dead al 77 HARMONY, Minn. - Julius P. Sliles, 77, Harmony, died 1:20 a.m. today at Lutheran iosplfal, La Crosse, where he lad been a patient since AUB, !l. He was former owner of feed and hardware store here. The son of Nickolas and Barbara Sliles, he was born Spring Brook, Iowa, March 3, 1894. He served overseas during World War I, and on 29, 1920, married Ruth E. Duxbury at Canton. He was a member of Greenfield Lutheran Church, the Harmony American Legion post of which he was past commander, the VFW post at Preston; was past member of the village council, had been mayor of the village, a member of the Harmony Conservation Club and of the Modern Woodmen of the World lodge, and had been FUlmore Counly commissioner 20 years. Survivors are his wife; two brothers, Ervin, Big Lake, and Milburn, Maquoketa, Iowa, and three 'sisters, Mrs. James (Elizabeth) Calnan, Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Gus (Angle) Eggers, Mattison, 111., and Mrs. Gerry (Evelyn) Sayeli, Chicago, 111. Two brothers and one sister have died. Funeral services will be at p.m. Friday al the Greenfield Lutheran Church, Harmony, Rev. I. C. Gronneberg officiating, with burial in Greenfield Cemetery. Friends may call -at the Abraham Funeral Home, Harmony, Thursday after 2 p.m., and Friday al the church from 1 p.m. Â·