Rosemary Figle

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Rosemary Figle - DEA HENRY P. FLETCHER NEWPORT, R.I. (UPD...
DEA HENRY P. FLETCHER NEWPORT, R.I. (UPD -IIenry P. Fletcfrer, 86, former chairman of the Republican National Committee. Committee. AM here Friday. He nerved AS a diplomat under ^ix presidents^before taking an active role in the affairs of the GOP. He was chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1934 to J 036. DR. SAMUEL SfLBERT NKW YORK (UFD-Dr. Samud Silhert, 65. an authority on vascular vascular disease, died here Friday. The ftUrgeon and physician was one of the first doctors lo prove the imporfance of tobacco in causing continuance of buergcr;s ^liscasc. and Rosary Society of Corpus Christi Church. Survivors are her husband, and two brothers, Peter J. Figie, Galesburg. and Paul S. Figle, Moline. Moline. JOHN D. BOGART EAST HANOVf':R, Mass. (UPI) —John Dutton Rogart. 80, assistant assistant to the publisher of the Boston Globe, died at a nursing home here today. A native of New York City, Bof?art was the son of John If. Bo^^art, famou.^i cily editor of the old Now York Sun under Charles A. Dana. MRS. W. J. CO.^TELLO Mrs. W. J. Costollo, 58, of 5f) Garfield Ave., died Friday at 5r*^j p.rh. in St. Mary's Hospital, where she was a patient a week. Death was attributed to pneumonia. Tier husband is a city constable. Funeral, rites will be held Monday Monday at 9 a.m. in Corpus Christi Church. Friends may call Sunday at the Foley Mortuary, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The former Ro-scmary Figle, she was born June 20, 1901, in Galcsburg, and attended St. Joseph's Joseph's Academy and Brown's Business College. Mrs. Costello formerly was employed at the Rowc Manufacturing Co., Gross Galesburg Co., and was an inspector inspector at Gale Products prior to her retirement ir^ 1952. , She was married to Mr. Costello Nov. 17, J927, here in Corpus Christi Church. Mrs. Costello was a member of the Women's Catholic Catholic Order of Foresters, and Altar MRS. JAMES W. JONES Funeral rites for Mrs. James W. Jones, 64, of 1152 Lancaster St., who died Tuesday, were held tod^y at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel. The Rev. John Clarke officiated, and Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organLst. Burial was in East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were William William Kneebonc Sr., William Kneebone Kneebone Jr., William Ix^ihensener, James Brackett, Everett Brackett and Gary Jones. t - — TED C. WHITMAN KNOXVILLE-Ted C. Whitman, 77, a resident of the Knox County Nursing Home, since 195.3, died Friday at 11:45 p.m. at the home, after a long illness. He was born in Cadillac, Mich , March 4, 1882, and had been em- 'ployed as a custodian before his retirement. Graveside .services will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Knoxville Knoxville Cemetery. The Klinck Mortuary Mortuary at Knoxville is in charge of arrangements. DONALD F. PITTS KNOXVILLE-Funeral rites for Donald Frank Lynn Pitts, 37, of Chillicothe, who died Wednesday, were held today at 1:30 p.m. in the Klinck Chapel, The Rev. John H. Clarke officiated. Wayne Woolsey Woolsey was vocali.st, accompanied by Mrs. Floyd Peterson Sr., organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Memorial Memorial Gardens. Galesburg. Pallbearers Pallbearers were Robert C, Asbury, Lee Folgcr and Art Roof, of Dahinda; Dahinda; James 'Hambridge, Galesburg, Galesburg, and George Doubet and Dale Carter, of Williamsficld. JOHN A. SPIEGEL BISHOP HILI^Funeral services for John A. Spiegel, 90, of Bishop Hill, a retired farmer,^ who died Friday afternoon in the Wasson Nursing Home in Galva, where V he had been a patient since June [ - " ' first 2 p.m. 6, will be held Monday at

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  1. Galesburg Register-Mail,
  2. 11 Jul 1959, Sat,
  3. Page 11

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