Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
Mrs. Leonard's Rites at Jersey JERSEYV1U,E. July 2&, (Special) —Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth Klrby Leonard, 85, were held at Gubscr chapel here this morn- Ing. The Rev. H. S. Fan-Ill officiated, officiated, and Interment was In Oak Grove cemetery. Mrs. Leonard died at the Jacksonville Jacksonville Hospital Monday, following an lllne.ss of many years. She was the daughter of the late William and Experience Perrlngs Klrby, parly residents of Jersey county, and was born In this county, April 7, IBM. One son, James K. Leonard of Merced. Calif., one grandson and one great grandson, In Collfornia; two sisters, Mrs. Edward B. Stanley and Mrs. Walter Cory of Jersey- vllle; and one brother, Robert Klr- by of Lincoln, Neb., survive. Helen Jepson, the Metropolitan Opera's new soprano, will be that Institution's blondest blonde. Almost every part of the cow, even the blood, Is used In the man- facture of an airplane.