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yellow, Grain barley 1- 25 1015 Soindon Rites Listed Harvey Edward Saindoa, 67, died Sunday at a Chehalis hospital following a brief illness. He was born July 9, 1901, in Cowlitz Prairie, and had been a lifetime resident of the Chehalis area and was, for many years, associated with his brother, the late Floyd J. Saindon, in the operation of the pioneer 0. F. Saindon Furniture H. B. Bellis Rite Dated Harrry B. Bellis, 79, died Sunday at a Tacoma hospital. He was bora Sept. 1, 1889, in Spencer, Iowa, and had been a Tacoma resident for the past eight years, and was formerly a longtime Tenino resident! He was a retired trucking contractor. contractor. Survivors include his widow, Marjorie J., Tacoma,- three daughters, Mrs. Lola Matthews, Co., Chehalis, which was established in 1903. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic C h u r c Chehalis, the Knights of Columbus,. Chehalis, the Holy Name Society, the Chehalis Eiks, and was active in the Chehalis Chamber of Commerce. Commerce. He is survived by his widow, Elizabeth K. (Toots), at home; a son, Maj. Rex E. Saindon, U.S. Army, currently stationed ia Vietnam; a daughter, Mrs. Donald K. (Tryna) Bah], San Jose, Calif.; five grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Tryna Hearn, Chehalis. Rosary will be Monday, 7:30 p.m, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Chehalis, and mass will be Tuesday, 10 a.m., St. Joseph's, with the Rev. Charles G. Harvey officiating. Interment w i l l follow at Claqualo Cemetery, near Chehalis. Arrangements are under the direction of Sticklin Funeral Home, Chehalis.