C & J Willison
WILLIAM A. WILLISON (Time* Hutld N>w« I GLIDDEN — William A. WI1U- son, 78, retired farmer, died of a j heart attack at 11:27 p.m. Satur- day at St. Anthony Hospital, Car- roll, where he had been admitted a few hours earlier. His death fol lowed a short illness. Funeral services will be at i p.m. Tuesday at the Methodist j Church here, with the Rev. C. P. Hughes officiating. Burial will b« in Westlawn Cemetery. The body is resting at the Huffman Huffman Funeral Home here until the time of the rites. Mr. Willison was born Dec. 7, 1878, in Indianola, 111. He was married Feb. 5, 1902, to Alwelda Irene Dickie of Burden, 1 Kan. In 1906, they came to Iowa from Cambridge, Kan. They farm- ed north of Glidden until Nov. 10, 1948, when they moved into Glidden. Glidden. Mr, Willison is survived by his wife; two sons, Ralph D. Willison, Topeka, Kan., and William A. Willison Willison Jr., Jefferson; two daugh- Mrs. Ray (Audrey) Thomp(Margaret) son, Washta, and Mrs. Donald (Doris) Haggard, Glidden, and 14 grandchildren. A son, Joe M. Willison, died July 24, 1931. Mr. Willison was a member of the Methodist Church.