Sidney Benway Obit
the vehicle on for to a go E. and 20, a attended for a Mrs. Margaret OTIeil Mrs. Margaret O'NeU, 78, Rock County resident since 1890, died early Tuesday morning in her home on Rte. 4. She had been ill for the past six months. The former Margaret Heffeman, bom in County Limerick, Ireland, located in Porter township in 1890. She was married to Charles O'Neil in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Edgerton, in 1892. Mr. O'Neil died Nov. 8, 1946. Surviving are one sort. Daniel O'Neil, at home; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Murphy, R|e. 2, and Mrs. Oscar Hosfeldt, Rockford; five grandchildren, three great grandchildren. Services will be held at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the Ryan Funeral Home and at 9 o'clock in St. Patrick's Patrick's Church. The rosary servic? wiU be at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home where friends may call. Burial will be in Mt. Olivert Cemetery. , OBITUABIES ton, Oct. 29, 1927. He was employed employed as a night watchman at the Grange Store here for 23 years until retiring 2% years ago. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Eugene Haskins, state of Oregon, and Mrs. William McClure, Racine; a sdn, Carl Pop-| pieman, Racine; five stepchildren, Mrs. Harry Cole, Edwin and Erford Erford Balch, Evansville, Mrs. Hepman Hepman Kutz, Fort Atkinson, and Mrs. Edward Wright, Milton Junction. Junction. Funeral services are set tentatively tentatively for 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Roderick-Ward Funeral Home, the Rev. James Saunders, of the Methodist Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Maple Hill Cemeteiy. Mrs. Emriia Nicholson SHARON — Mrs. Emma Nicholson, Nicholson, 64, restaurant operator here for many years, died at 9:30 a.m. today in Lakeland Hospital, Elkhorn, Elkhorn, following several months' illness. illness. The former Emma Dell was bom ;viarch 31, 1888, in Chftago, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Bell. She was married March 29, 1916, to Axel Nicholson and they lived in Lake Geneva for a short time before moving to Sharon. They entered the restaurant business business with her two brothers, Arthur and Albert .Dell, and later assumed full control, operating the business for 22 years. Mr. Nicholson died in August. 1943, and ^e sold the restaurant the following year. Surviving are a son, Arthur (BiU), of Victoria, Tex.; a daughter, daughter, Mrs. Glen Nichols, Sharon, and two grandchildren. Funeral services are set tentatively tentatively for Thursday. Salisbury Funeral Home is in charge of eirrangements. George Bogart LAKE GENEVA — Funeral services for George Bogart, who died Monday in lakeland Hospital, Elkhom, will be at 10 a. m. Wednesday Wednesday in St. Francis de Sales CathoUc Church, the Rev. J. F. Manley officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. A rosaiy will Be said at 7:30 tonight in the Habecker and Derrick Funeral Home. VIis. Malcolm Swyno EVANSVILLE — Mrs. Malcolm Swyno, 72, Vista, Calif., died suddenly suddenly in her home there Monday. She was the former Carrie Ken- drichs pf Evansville and had visited visited her sister, Mrs. Robert Hub-] bard, here in 1948. Funeral serv-| ices and burial will be in Vista. Mrs. Maria Lichtenberg Funeral services for Mrs. ^aria Wilhemina Lichtenberg will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, the Rev. Martin Rasch officiating, with burial in ths Lutheran Cemetery. The body will be removed to the church at noon Wednesday from the Hoskins- Westin Funeral Home. the cent, ago. to real occupational has just treasurer special the city it More Wet Siiow. Rain Predicted It was a slick ride in Southern George Weigandt OSHKOSH — George Weigandt, 65, Oshkosh, father ot Roben Weigandt, Weigandt, Whitewater State College DasketbaU coach, died Sunday in a local hospital. He had been ill only two days. bom June 10, 1887, in a Germani Wisconsin this morning after about^ setUement in Russia's Volga ais-,io hours of freezing rain and driz- trict, Mr. Weigandt came to Kan- , . . , „ i. •_ i, sas with his parents when he was.^'e had fallen on a new half-mch 13. He Ijvea in Oshkosh for the accumulation of snow. And hazar- past 50 y^ars and was married,jous driving conditions will not here Dec. 30, 1908, to Elizabeth'. . . . ^ . Felker i improve much tonight for more wet snow, probably mi:ied with For 15 years Mr. Weigandt operated operated a grocery store here. During During the past seven years he was a steward at the Raulf Hotel. He was a charter member of Zion Lutiieran Church and was treasurer treasurer of the church from 1909 to 1924. be of are one site to He included city other the not its wider the the C. Hubbard-Jackman the and of city con after said to ownership the had discussion response 160 poll. the Rnhi^ ?n'?i'„H» son, even though the precipitation end- ^'^lF^Ji.^-:£S'^^21\^ILt ?i'=*J?i^'!of an inch during the snow-rain- drizzle spell. Temperatures climbed steadily from Monday afternoon until 10 a.m. today. In that period they had reached 34 but the mercury mercury dropped later in the morning morning so that the noon reading was 32. rain, is forecast. The freezing rain and mist were heaviest in this part of the state while snow amounted to seven inches in the Superior-Duluth area. Today was another gloomy day in a side iO. in mishap the stationed with the army at Oakland. Oakland. Calif.; five daughters, Mrs. Emma Manley, . Marshall, Mrs. Lena Schock, Mrs. Florence Weitz, and Mrs. Faye Oestreich, all of Oshkosh, and Mrs. Mavis Twombly, Twombly, Houston, Tex.; two brothers. John and Henry, Oshkosh; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Gorr, Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Mrs. Amelia Weiss, Colorado, Colorado, and Mrs. Catherine Grey, Oshkosh; Oshkosh; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral senrices will be held at 3 p. m. Thursday at Zion Lutheran Church, the Rev. Leo Oberleiter officiating.. Burial will be in Lakeview Lakeview Memorial Park, Oshkosh. at Approximately the same read-, E. ings were forecast for tonight and Wednesday. The low tonight will be around 30 and the high tomorrow, tomorrow, 30-35, the weatherman says. iWilliam F.Martin William F. Martin, 68, former Beloit High School teacher an4 a brother of Merwyn Martin, Janesville,- Janesville,- died Sunday in Sycamore, 111., after an illness of two weeks. Surviving in addition to his brother brother are his wife and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Wednesday Wednesday afternoon at the Vanetta funeral home in Sycamore and burial will be-there. Hugh McGovock Jr. BELOrr — Hugh McGavock Jr., 53, Rockford, member of a pioneer Beloit family, died Monday in his home in Rockford. He was bom and educated in Beloit and retained retained extensive property interests here although he had lived in Rockford for the past 17 years. He is survived by his wife, a brother and three sisters. Funeral services will be held Wednesday in Rockford. Rockford. C. p. Fisken DETROIT—C. P. Fisken, 59, public relations and advertising executive, died Monday in the Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn. He was advertising manager for the] Chevrolet Division of General Motors Motors Corporation, for 12 years. Fisken Fisken resigned in 1946 to form Sales Counselors, Inc. MONROE HOSPITAL ; 7 slacken MONROE — Twins, a son and daughter, were born in St. Oare Hospital to Mrs. Robert Maurer.l Monroe; a son to Mrs. Francisjicn Eckerman, Brodhead; a daughter ion to Mrs. Gordon Olson, Winslow, 111. Surgical patients admitted: Mre. Harold Lehnherr and Mrs. Emil car Leutenegger Sr. Monticello; Mrs Mnn'J^- Mr, War Elmer. Monroe. Mrs. Fred VVar-jfj^^^ Mrs. Bertha Heinisch LAKE GENEVA—Funeral serv. ices for Mrs. Betha Heinisch, who died Sunday night, will be at 2 p., m. Wednesday in the First Evangelical Evangelical Lutheran Church, Walworth Walworth Street, the Rev. H. J. Diehl officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the Habecker and Derrick Funeral Funeral Home. ner, Beloit: Mrs. John Drain, Delavan; Rex Conners, Rte. 3, Monroe, and Mrs. Frank Soddy, Browntown. Medical patients admitted: Ira Folyer and Henry Mulcahey, Rockford; Rockford; Martin Einerson, Darlington; Arthur Brink, Brodhead; Mrs. Wilbert Wilbert Stauffer and Mrs. Montgomery Montgomery Chesebro. Monticello; Joseph Signer Sr., Monroe; Mrs. Alvin Kubly, Rte. 4, Monroe; Mrs. Regular Regular Hefty, Monticello; Mrs. Peter De Vita, Beloit; Mrs. Henry Wick, Portage; Larry Dammen, Argyle; Earl Heinreich, Davis, HI., and Mrs. Anna Lorts, Beloit. Dismissals: Harold Bohnhoff, Earl Feldt, Lester KomprcKxi, James Culles, Eden Kammerud, Nicholas Wellnitz, John Stuessy, Mrs. Carl Lusby, Mrs. Forrest Riese, Connie Huber, Mrs. Roger Scofield, Mrs. Dennis Streiff and daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Allen and son, Mrs. Elwood Koch and daughter, daughter, Helen Bohnhoff, Mrs. Joseph Cariola, Shirley Schultz, Mrs. Walter Walter Durtschi. Mrs. Belle Smith. Mrs. Richard Bonneville and son, Mrs. Ralph Figi. Martin Goodman, David Sager, Tim Janes, James Murphy, Louis Barnes, Clyde Ambrose. Ambrose. David Sorenson, Otto Blumer, Blumer, Gottfried Aeschliman, Mrs. James McGray, Mrs. Alverda Riese, Mrs. John Munger, Mrs. Glen Kubly and Mrs. Elmer West. and on Sidney M. Benway EVANSVILLE — Sidney Martin Benway, 69, resident of this area most of his life, died at 1:20 a. m. today in his home following several several months' illness. The son of Henry and Elizabeth Benway, he was born May 16, 1883, in Belle Plaines, Wis. The family moved to Union Township when he was two years old. Mr. Benway's first wife died and he was married to Alice Balch, Mil- intoxicated in AT FORT HOSPITAL| FORT ATKINSON—Surgical patients patients admitted to the Fort Atkinson Atkinson Hospital were Mrs. Clifford Nelson, Johnson Creek, and Ira Campbell, Sullivan; for tonsillectomy, tonsillectomy, Charles Jacobson and Gary Brashear, both of Palmyra. Medical patients admitted: Mrs. Harriet Reinich, Helenville, and Charles Quest, Johnson Creek. Dismissals: Mrs. Ralph Vandre and infant son, Randy Scott, Mrs.