•A- «V BLANCK SERVICES HELD MADISON — Funeral services for Ralph W. Blanck, who died Aug. llth in Wichita, were held Wednesday .afternoon at the Wilson Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. Howard K. Busby. Mrs. Morris Greenwood was the organist and Mrs. Elmer Ott was vocalist. Burial was in the Gridley Cemetery. Pallbearers were 'Raymond B. Clark, Jacob Shaffer, Gary Evans, Richard C. Clark, Vernon Ames and William Blanck. Honorary pallbearers were Eugene She! ton, Clyde Schuman, Paul Willed, Ray Reed, Robert Buck; and William Whitley. Out- of-town relatives who. attended the services included Duane Hodges arid family. Belle Plaine; Messrs, and Mesdames Cecil Box Jr., Gary Evans. Ralph Evans, Ray Reed, and Dallas Shaffer, Mrs. Floyd G. Thill, Vernon Ames and Jacob Shaffer. Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 'Burr and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Worfbrd, Fall River; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Burr and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shaffer, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ames, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shaffer, Yates Center; Beatrice Oswald, and Mrs. Troy Shaffer, Garnett: Mr. and Mrs. William A.'" Vandervort, Grove, Okla.; Doris and Dee Massaglia, Kansas City, ' Mo.; Mrs. James Mansfield, Coffeyville: Mr, and Mrs. E. H. Pumphrey, Independence; Independence; Mr; and Mrs. Harvey Harvey Reed, and Mr. and Mrs. Bally Shaffer, Gridley; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Clark, Mulvane: Mr. arid Airs. H. L. Christy, Gary and Merlin .Christy, Ernporia; Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Blanck, pefcfoy and Billy Blanck, Lansing; Lansing; " Maudie Blanck, Chanute; and Lila Jean Soder. Dallas, Téx.