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H. KISSINGER --Graveside services tor Gregory Kissinger, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kissinger, of 1936 No. 57th, will be 9 a.m. Monday at Lincoln Memorial Memorial Park, the Rev. Carl Davidson officiating. Survivors include: grandparents, grandparents, Mr. Alfred Wagner of Vesta and Mrs. Lucenda Kissinger of Burr. Roper i Sons, 4300 0. McREVNOLDS -- The funeral of John Mclleynolds, 76, of 426 No. 35th. who died Thursday, will be 2 p.m. Monday at Roper tc Sons. 4300 0, the Rev. Verne Spindcll, officiating, Floyd Bai- nett, singer, and Mrs. P. C. Swift, organist. organist. Lincoln Memorial Park. .MUIR--Graveside services for Mm. Lilly H. Muhv 90, former Lincoln resident resident who died in Seattle, Wash., will be Tuesday. Wyuka. She was born in Plattsmouth. then later moved to Lincoln. Lincoln. Her father, Hiram D. Hathaway was one of the 4 original owners of The Lincoln Journal. In 1910, she moved to Spokane where she lived 35 years. She was a member of First Presbyterian Presbyterian Church in Spokane. She moved to Seattle to live with her daugrters. 15 years ago.. Survivors: daughter. Miss Anna May Muir, Mrs. Fred W. Ble- haney. both of Seatte. Roberts. PIIILPOT--Eber D. Philpot, 72. of 1117 L died Saturday. Burial in Humboldt. Born in 18B8 in Humboldt, he moved to Lincoln in 1919. He was a self-employed furnace worker He was a member of Capital Lodge No. 11, I.O.O.F.. and Saline Saline Encampment No. 4. Ford Canton, No 2, Patriarch Militant, 1.0.0.F. Survivors: Survivors: wife, Aletha; sister. Mrs. Neva Towers of Gavis Mills, Mo.; brother. Mark, of Seal Beach, Calif., several nieces and nephews. Browns. SAVILLE--Mrs. Alta G. Saville. 70. of 1 3741 H died Saturday. Born in Arcadia, she attended Doane College and graduate graduate from 'he University of Nebraska in 1913. She was active in cancer drives. Her husband owned a used-car business. Husband: George A.; daughter, Mrs. Harriet Randolph of Lincoln! soi. Dud. ley, of San Raphael, Calif.; brother, Dudley E. Coddard of Cotnpton, calif., and one grandson. Roper * Sons, OUT OF TOWN A1U1K--Mrs. Nettie Mulr, 76, passed away Friday at Seward. She Was the wife of Dr. James Mulr, who wafc a doctor in the Milford community for many years, before his death. Survivors: Survivors: son, Dan, of Sau Gabriel, Calif.; daughters, Mrs. Hazel Phillips, of Danville, 111., Mrs. Eloise Boyes. of Seward; 5 grandchildren. Funeral, 2 p.m. Monday at Milford Methodist Church. Burial, Milford Cemetery. Volland's, Milford. -23 .VOLTE--Funeral of William* C. Nolle, 73, of Bennet, who diid in Lincoln Thursday, will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church north of Bennet, Bennet, the Rev. Daniel Leubke officiating. Albert Francke. singer, accompanied by Mrs. Francke. Church Cemetery. Pallbearers: Carl EUithorpe, Louis Meyer, Meyer, Earnest Nisely, Raymond Craig, William William Knopp, Howard Genucbi. Roper Sons, 4300 O. STEWART--Roy Stewart, 69, of Alvo. Survived by wife. Ruth; 4 daughters, Mrs. Harold Hoffman, Milford, Mrs. Paul Cain, Tujunga, Calif. Mrs. LaVerne Mick, Lincoln, Mrs. Leland Bohmonti Rogerville, Mo.: brother, Lee, Eagle. Funeral 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Alvo Methodist Church. Interment Alvo Cemetery. Cemetery. Marcy Mortuary, Ashland, 22 State Deaths PAWNEE CITY Fred Woods, 83. Survivors: wife, Genevieve; Genevieve; step-son. Mortimer Shinn of Lincoln; sisters, Mrs. Nelle Steinauer of Seattle. Wash., and Mrs. Florence Haley of California. Funeral: 2 p.m., Saturday, Wherry Mortuary, Pawnee City. Burial: Pawnee City.