Grandpa K.

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to 111., a Flora Dedrick, Eva at interest and of the settlement Mr. Litts, Include Tautges Baptist Pastor and Editor Dies Rev. Edgar L. Killam Served Lake Geneva ' Church Many Years LAKE GENEVA—The Rev. Edgar Edgar L. Killam, 80, Lake Geneva, la iProminent Baptist editor and pas- ^.OO^^^r^^^^^^t^I^^S^^/^s^l tal, Elkhorn. He had been in poor and away. The handed Allison The order The "on plane 21 of seriously already Portland, Geneseo, and health for the past six months. The Rev. Mr. Killam had been pastor of the Lake Geneva Baptist +u „lChurch from 1925-1939 and an in- the ; i„ china— .. , . . „ • . for this Dedrick, Dedriclj arrow-! circles as associate editor of The Standard from 1916-1920 and as managing editor of The Baptist from 1920-1924. Bom in Chelsea, Mich., Dec. 29, . 11873, he was the son of James tOi.ur„Jvm., nnH r -arWo «: K-iUam T-TP I Matthew and Carne S. Killam. He of a operator, He was widely known in Baptist dust, down storms plains, normal in the of of of foot of was that with on the Midwest- Assn., the He from 1 hydrogen Pacific He contamination received his education at Kalamazoo Kalamazoo College and Crozer Theological Theological Seminary in Michigan and took special study at the University of CJiicago. He was ordained a Baptist Baptist minister in 1897. The Rev. Mr. Killam'g first wife, the former Ida Mae Currier, preceded him in death. They had three sons, Edgar, Donald and Burton James, and two daughters, Gladys and Norma. He was married to L e o n a Charles April 24, 1924. The Rev. Mr, Killam held pastorates pastorates in C a r o, Williamston, Mount Pleasant and Grand Rapids, Rapids, Mich. He was secretary of the Michigan Baptist Convention from 1912-1916. In 1944 he published "The Centennial Centennial History of Wisconsin Baptists." Baptists." Four years later he began work in cooperation with county superintendent of schools Sheridan Ellsworth on school consolidation problems. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Edgar and'Donald of California; California; two daughters, Gladys of Oshkosh Oshkosh and Mrs. Norma Peterson, Appleton; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Janet Lewis, Appleton; and a stepson, stepson, Harold Charles, Kansas City. Funeral services will be at the Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Sunday. Burial will be in Lansing, Mich. Friends may call at the Habecker Habecker and Detrick Funeral Home this evening. Minister to try definitive two for Defense area The favor agreed based area. their around Bidault together off EDC forces Italy, and unit. Netherlands ratified doors traders Serviced The take

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 27 Mar 1954, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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