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at in Buena Memorial Presbyterian Church in Chicago and was later secretary at the her Evansville Rescue marriage, she was Mission. After bookkeeper at in to her the in of of at near and to of with Calif. Ind., five to 111., at L.*erVarsity Press in Downers Grove, 01., for nine years. She was a member of the Evangelical Free Church in Naperville, III., and later the Oak Hill Free Church in Evansville, since moving theio in November. She is survived by her husband, Matthew H., two sons, Timothy James and Andrew Phillip, both of the home; her parents of Evansville; three sisters, Mary Teaser of Des Moines, la., Esther Thomas of Springfield, 01., Grace Maynard of Baltimore. Md.; a brother. Paul Rundus of Newburgh, Ind.; her grandmother, Clara Matthews of Camden, N.J. Services were held at the Boone Funeral Home in Evansville, Ind., July 2, 1990, the Rev. John Herberich officiating, with burial in Sunset Memorial Park. Allen Larson Allen Dean Larson, son of Emmet Emanuel and Flossie Geland<* McCaul Larson, was born July 7, iJ.25, at Courtland, and died July 8, 1990, at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Lincoln, Nebr., at the age of 65 years and one day. He received his elementary education at the District No. 87 rural school and graduated from Scandia High School. He was united in marriage to Ada M. Shaffer, December 13, 1946, and to this union three children were born. He lived his entire life in the area except for one year in California and two years in the U.S. Navy. He was a veteran of World War H and served in the U.S. Navy in the South Pacific. He was a member of the Albert Isaacson-James Lars en Post No. 193, American Legion of Scandia. He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Scandia. He completed two wood and leather hand-crafted replicas of "Old Dodge City" and "Wagon Train Attacks", which are on display at the Scandia Museum. He was preceded in death by his . parents, one brother, Ed, and a sister, Lucille Diamond. He is survived by his wife, Ada of the home in Scandia; three children, Mrs. Claude (Jo Ann) Dunsworth of Topeka, Richard (Dick) Larson of Sullivan, Mo., Mrs. Leo (Dianne) Bersterman of Scandia; Scandia; two brothers, Don Larson of Taunton, Mass., Harold Larson of Scandia; seven grandchildren; three great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held July 12 at the United Methodist Church of Scandia, conducted by Rev. Allen Phillips. Graveside Graveside services were conducted by the American American Legion Post of Scandia. Interment was in Riverview Cemetery, Scandia. for the Ariiona Department of Military Affairs. Preceding him in death were his father and infant daughter. He is survived by bis wife, Jean of Phoenix, Aril., two tons, Dusty of Chandler, Aris., Marty of Woodbridge, Va.; his mother, Mrs. OUie' Mosier of Tempe, Aria.; his brother, Dwight of Littleton, Colo.; his sister, Glenda Mosier of Tempe, Aril.; five grandchildren. Graveside services with military honors were held July 12 at the National Memorial Memorial Cemetery of Ariiona in Phoenix. Leona Wilson Lyle Mosier Lyle Curtis Mosier, son of Clyde Franklin and OUie Pressnall Mosier, was born June 14, 1926, on a farm north of Munden, and died July 9, 1990, at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, Aris., at the age of 64 years and 24 days. He attended public schools in Republic County and was a graduate of Belleville High School. He was united in marriage to Jean Bernett on September 12, 1950, and to this union three children were born. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and a charter member of Belleville National Guard. He served in the United States Army during World War II and in the National Guard in both Kansas and Arisona, completing 30 years of service. He was a retired construction inspector Leona Wilson, 68, Castro Valley, Calif., died at her home June 30,1990, of cancer. She was born in Concordia, May 10, 1922, to Homer and Mabel Christensen. On October 7,1941, she married Avery Wilson in Manhattan. She graduated from Norway High School in 1940. In 1948 she moved with her husband and daughter to San Lorenso, Calif. She was employed by the Oakland Adult Board of Education, Encyclopedia Britannica and Wells Fargo Bank. She retired from Wells Fargo in 1980 after 25 years. She was a member of the Community Bible Chapel, Hayward, Calif. Preceding her in death were her parents and one brother. Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Ona Sousa, Castro Valley; a son, Gary of San Lorenso; a brother, Kenneth Christensen, Norway; four sisters, sisters, Maxine Beneon of Mankato, Clarice Cote of Albany, Ore., Evalyn Jensen and Marilyn LeClair, both of Concordia; five grandchildren; two great- grandchildren. Funeral services were July 3 at the Community Bible Chapel in Hayward, Calif. Burial was at Lone 1Ye* Cemetery in Hayward, Calif. LEGAL (First Published in The Belleville Telescope, Thursday, Jury 19, 1990>-3t OFFICIAL NOTICE OF CANDIDATES FOR PRECINCT COMMITTEE PER80NS These are candidates who have liled their declaration of candidacy and nominating petitions in this office, to be listed on the official ballot August 7, 1000. DEMOCRATIC PARTY TOWNSHIP OFFICES Albion- Retha I. Blecha, Committeewoman David E Blecha, Committeeman Beaver- Belleville- Mary E Bottger, Committeewoman Norman R Bottger, Committeeman Big Bend- Courtland- Dona F. Boyles, Committeewoman Orland H. Boyles, Committeeman Elk Creek- Fairv lew- Mary Rundus, Committeewoman Glen O. Strnad, Committeeman Farmlngton- Reedom- lolene M. Levendofsky, Committeewoman Francis J. Levendofsky, Commjtteeman Grant- Sharon K. Gowing, Committeewoman . Jefferson- Joyce M. Polansky, Committeewoman . Adrian J. Polansky, Committeeman Liberty- Llncoln- Margaret V. Lorimor, Committeewoman Norway- Eugene Herrman, Committeeman Rlchland- Rose Creek- Karol McChesney, Committeewoman Don McChesney, Committeeman Scandia- Phyllis D. Strnad, Committeewoman Shirley E. Strnad, Committeeman Union- Julie A. Dletz, Committeewoman Charles H. Dietz, Committeeman Washington- White Rock- Janet R Weir, Committeewoman Allan Weir, Committeeman Belleville City - 1st Ward: Belleville City - 2nd Ward:

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 19 Jul 1990, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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