Obit Sands, Homer Lee
Jon-t-y, normal. Funeral services waa held In Jollet Tuesday morning. The body waa brought to Pontiac for bu rial with a service at the Pontlae cemetery at 1:30 p. m. Homer L. R. Rands, raatatrap Cealral UIHMts aerrlw, HOPEDAI.E. Homer Lee Roy Sands. n, died at the home of his mother at 2 p. m. Sunday following an nine or meningitis. He waa born In Hopedale, Feb. 22, 1892 and M at in enlisted In th V. S. Marine core !B MrC,V.,19!i- MrC,V.,19!i- H r'?,"t?d dl!f lit. Ins M ' I 4 aav at srAllnaulK li Rip- ht W"rld wr '0'n h 1 A i asaa ka a. -t. -t. a. ft asiiaeal t m discharge he spent seve-al seve-al seve-al months In a military hospital at New Or- Or- flcla- 1n" H,nM Chll, h."'mpiing in rraam nia neai.n. Odd Fellow, lodge and th. Amerl- Amerl- of ran Legion poet of M In ler. Surviv ing beside hi mother. Mr. Emma Sand, are two brothers, Harvey and Sammle ef Hopedale, and two later. Mr. Hannah Stanbury of Charleston and Mrs. Cecilia Hack-ley Hack-ley Hack-ley of Trills. The funeral will be held at the Methodist church at 2 p. m. Wednesday Wednesday In charge of th Rev. A. E Jurn. Burial will b. In Shllnh cemetery. cemetery. The American Legion will hav. charge at th. grave.