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D E A T H S AND FUNERALS ttalled Press tniefttatfoflai ©It. C, P. RttOAOS STONINGTON. Conn. - Dr. C. P, Rhoads, 61, director of the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Cancer Research in New York City, died Thursday at his home after i heart attack. MftS. MADELEINE FRtEDffEtM NEW YORK - Mrs. Madeleine Sander Friedheim, 90, a former concert pianist and opera singer, died Thursday. KE1TA GOTO TOKYO - Kcita Goto, 77, one of Japan's leading industrialists and a cabinet minister during World War II, died today of complications complications from chronic diabetes. HENRI GARAT HYERES, France—Henri Garat, 87, a French movie idol during the 1930's died Thursday of a lung ailment. JAMES 0. CULLY James 0. Cully, 86, died Thursday Thursday morning at^his home in Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Mr." Cully was the father of James D. Cully of 1043 N. Broad St. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9 a. m. in Jacksonville. Jacksonville. MRS. NELLIE COLLINS KNOXVILLE — Funeral services services for Mrs. Nellie Collins of 205 S. Market St., who died Tuesday Tuesday in Galesburg Cottage Hospital, Hospital, were conducted at 2 p. m. today in the Klinck Chapel by the Rev. Roscoe Marks of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Geneva Thurman of Maquon Maquon sang, accompanied by Mrs. Floyd Peterson Sr. at the organ. Pallbearers were Charles Folkenroth, Folkenroth, Charles Taylor, Victor M. Taylor, Charles K. Clifford, Alva Gehring and Russell Green. Interment was in the Knoxville Knoxville Cemetery. MRS. VINNIE E. BUER 'Funeral services for Mrs. Vinnie Vinnie E. Buer, 79, of Wataga, who died Monday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Wataga Lutheran Church by the Rev. Glenn Anderson.- Anderson.- Vocalist was Mrs. Elon Blucker, accompanied by William Devore. Burial was in Wataga Cemetery. JESSE M. RICE Funeral services for Jesse M. Rice, 75, qf Victoria, were conducted at**2:30 p.m. today at First and Puckett Funeral Home by the Rev. Dr. Joseph Hoffman of First Methodist Church. Burial was in Wataga Cemetery. Pallbearers Avere James Greenup, Greenup, Harold Behringer, 0. R. Cline and Earl Parker.' Mrs. Michael Gravino was organist. CARL DUNN ROSEVILLE — Carl Dunn, 75, of Roseville, a decorator for 50 years, died Thursday at 9:45 p.m. at his home. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home in Roseville with burial in Roseville Cemetery. The family will be at the Corman Memorial Memorial Home Saturday from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., and friends may call then and until the hour of the service. Mr. Dunn was born June 10, 1884, a( Ray and was married Aug. 8, 1913. He was a member o£ the Modern Woodmen Lodge. Mr. Dunn is survived by his wife, Estella Edward Dunn, and two brothers, Arthur N., of Burlington Burlington and Jasper L., of Peoria. KENNETH E. MURK Kenneth E. Murk, 34, formerly of Galesburg, died Thursday night at Gibson City, where he had lived the last two years. He was a victim of cancer. Funeral services are to be held in Galesburg at a time to be announced by First and Puckett Funeral Home. Mr. Murk was a salesman for t cattle'feed concern. concern. . Survivors include his wife, the former Virginia Norquist. When In Galesburg Mr. Murk was a member of Corpus Chfisti Catholic Church. Fairview Lodge Sets Program FAIRVIEW — Fairview Rebekah Rebekah Lodge met In regular session session Monday evening with 11 members present. Business was transacted and committees named for brothers night, Aug; 24. The refreshment committee consists of Ann Kalley, Leonard Cluts and Francis Allison and the program committee is Nora Cattron and Ada Putman. , MYF Gathers The MYF 1 met at the Methodist Church in Fairview with 22 members members and one guest present. Larry Ulm gave devotions, and recreation was given by Bill and Marylin Soper. Refreshments were served by Steve Johnson and Wally Suydam. Mrs. Robert Brandstatter spent Saturday at Varna, where she was a bridesmaid in the wedding of Miss Jeanne Forney, a classmate nurse friend and Dr. John Paul Mudry of New Jersey. Jay Jacobus and Miss Jessie Jacobus of Farmington visited in the home of Mrs. Ethel # Vin Camp Wednesday. Weekend Guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Van Liew and Jane Ann were over the weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cutsinger and daughter in Franklin, Ind. Mrs. Lawrence Fisher and Susan accompanied them home after spending the weekend with Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. Ida Wilson in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Den Brink in Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett and family returned Tuesday from a vacation to Chicago and Douglas, Mich. Little York LITTLE YORK - Mrs. Adrian Cleveninger and children of Alexis spent Saturday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Fern Stevens. Stevens. Phillip Cleveninger remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Elmore Bridges spent Saturday Saturday with her brother, Charles Boock at Gerlaw. Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes and family of Denver, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cooper wero Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Darrah. •Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock entertained entertained with a dinner Saturday evening Duane Boock of Okinawa, Charles Boock of Gerlaw and Mrs. Elmore Bridges of Pueblo, Colo. Mrs.. Clyde McKelvey and sons Denny and Mike of Colorado Springs, Colo., who are en route to 'Washington, D. C, to make their home, have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete McKay. McKay. Mrs. Ethel Barone of Chicago Chicago has also been visiting her parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. McKay. Mr. and Mrs." Ray Whiteman spent Saturday night and Sunday at Quincy with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Whiteman. Miss Frances Farm of Monmouth Monmouth spent the weekend with Miss Marilyn Talbott. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Craig and daughter Pat and grandson of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cofer, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Melton Melton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boock and son of Seaton, Mr. and Mrs. William Boock and two children were supper guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Talbott and family of New Boston, R. J. Talbott and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bollman of Biggsville spent Saturday

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  2. 14 Aug 1959, Fri,
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