Elizabeth Sharp PTA Chgo hts Star 2-14-1928
u lieaM of Bush war; furnished But tiÂ» enemy gone mndr Â«-^Â«-. Baree was make flml Me- hiTd n*w. Tt feed CRETE By Mrs. Jonn S. Boyer Hubert (irant Collins Robert Grant Collins, sou of and Mra. Frank Collins, was November 14, 1913, at Momeiice died Thursday, February 9, 1928, he result of being hit by an automobile on the Dixie highway a short distance from his home. Burvlved by his parents and three ulaterft--Mrs. James Cullccod and Lucy and Lillian Collins. A service was held at the Methodist iiurch Saturday afternoon. Uov F. A. Wilder spoke words of and comfort. The Glrln' (ilee club of the Public school Hang "Jesus Savior Pilot Me." Eight boys classmates and companions of Robert, acted aÂ«" pall-bearers. After this service the body taken to Momence where the funeral was held on Monday. The entire community la united in extending sympathy to the family In their bereavement. F..T. A. The Parrint-Tenclior association gave the annual Fathers' Nlghl meeting Friday evening. Mrs John Sharp called the meeting ot'dbr and -asked H, F. Luecke act as chairman. "America" was sung by the audience, accompanied By the school orchestra, which followed with two numbers. The Girls' Glee club thcu sang three selections. County Superintended August Mnue was then Intfoilucct aud he spoke on the subject, Boys and Girls a Chance to Up." He stressed the Â»u'ggestion that in this complex period of living great cans must be taken give the youth vigor of body mincl. After Superintendent Maue's talk Gustat A. Keketedt, of Chicago Chicago Heights, sanÂ£ two numbers Rev. F. A. Wilder then spoke 01 The Joh of" Being a Dad:" He suggested thatÂ· fathers" spend time with their boys, that theirs was a taJIk that took time, and patieucc. but was worth it. Mr. Luecke wpoke of the deatl Robert Collins, u pupil of tht school. Ail present stood for i moment in silence to honor him. At tha close of the meeting fi-eshmeuts **ro served by tin committee.