Gregg Rites to Be Wednesday Services will Ire held Wednesday Wednesday at. 2 p.m. in (he Presbyterian Presbyterian church for Robert Gregg, 38, Mitchell pilot killed near Alexandria late Sunday. Officiating will be the Rev. Hume Ward. Burial will be in Graceland cemetery. The body will lie in the Milliken funeral state in home chapel from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Robert L. Gregg was born Vov. 16, I92fl, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gregg in Angola, f '- ard On Oct. 27, 1947 he was mar- ried in Draycon. N.D. to Reva VanCamp, who survives. Survivors include Ihe widow and five children, Robin, Larry, 15, Suzanne, 14, Jody, 7, and Kelly, 4; his parents, [ive sisters, Mrs. Jerome Waldie of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Ray Thompson of the state of Washington; Mrs. June Harding, Mrs. James Clark and Miss Bonnie Gregg, all of Omaha; Omaha; two brothers: LI. (j. g.) Richard Erickson of Coronado, Mr Gre- was graduated from' Grafton, N D * h! g'« school. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church. . , He was also a member of the| Mitchell city band, the Elks, the Masonic lodge, the Shrine club, the Mitchell Community choir, jand the Barber Shop choir. j The family prefers mem- jorials.