Ellen Divine -Eggleston Million death
" BELVIDERE DAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY TWO LIVELY GAMES IN VOLLEY BALLt LEAGUE Friday rJidht'a Contests l Business Men's ' League Art Certain to be Hard Fought. " W. Plttiuan spoke from Ecclesiastes 9:6. . Mesdamea J. W. Waterson and C. A. Logan sang. The floral offerings were . many ,artd beautlfuL Ellen El-Vina El-Vina El-Vina ' Eagles toa ,'was born May" 14, 1858, at Lancaster, N. Y... comlpg here with her parents In her youth. Sho was married' to George Sumnor Mtlli-ken Mtlli-ken Mtlli-ken ,ep.t(Bniper 14, 1885, who survives her. Of ber father's family compos ed of six. girls and two boys there are but three left Wni. Eggleston of Harvey and Mrs. &. DeMunn of Belvl- Belvl- A rift hitk V. .v . nMAMAif n The fourth fracas in the Business "1-"; "1-"; "1-"; , w 'wr",ut7"' I T Men's Volley Ball League will take-f take-f take-f r .J-trA- .J-trA- .J-trA- .J-trA- i, ".TZZ 11 v place at the T. M. C. A. gym on Fri djjy evening, starting at 7:30 o'clock. Alman's team meets Herster'a in the first game, starting 'at 7:30 o'clock, and at 8:30 Heinemann's undefeated league leaders ' will play Berry's bunch. It is expected that both of these games wilt he for blood, as ilerster's men are out for a win (his time, and Berry's players have a deep seated desire to humble the leaders. CAPRON NEWS NOTES r. Capron, May 18. Mr.jand Mrs. BenJ. Tangman were out of town visitors on Tuesday. Mrs Stoner fof Garden Prairie was in town Tuesday, , . . Mrs. Robbins of Sharon has been visiting relatives In town. x The Blaine Home Circle will meet with Mrs. Clarence Hazelwood on Wednesday, May 24, for an afternoon session. A good attendance is de sired. ... , K. Bean has been con lined in bis home with rheumatism the. past week. S. T. Heath was In Beloit on Tues day afternoon. . S. Bates and Andrew Benson were In Belvldero on Wednesday. Mrs, NeHio Anderson and Mrs, Mar garet Thompson returned Tuesflay from Chicago. . Chicken dinner, Tuesday, May , 23, M. E, church. Supper from 5 until all are served; 15 cents, O. J. MilHken of West Chicago was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. George Milliken Everyone is asked to remember the County W., C. T. U. convention to be held on Tuesday, May 23. Come and eh joy the program.. Mrs. Ida Lambert of Beloit visited friends here on Wednesday. .Misses Agnes Larson and Janette Nelson were Rockford shoppers, on Wednesday. is in Dakota. , Mrs. Milliken had been sick for many months and had been a great sufferer from a cancerous af- af- a fectioa, death bringing her relief from j her pain. HESTER 61 VIOQVED IN WEST M r. Henry E. Stone, Formerly Miss Rena, Grlffia, Will Return to Make Home With Parents Other News From Manchester. Capron, May 17., Orrin and Adolph Torgerson of Rockford visited relatives here Sun day. H. B. Stevenson was in Woodstock On business Monday.,, Olney Moe returned Sunday night J rom Chicago where he -attended -attended the funeral of his cousin, Ruth Beutzen. Miss Ina Heath returned Monday from a visit with Beloit friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Kunze returned returned to Baraboo, Sunday evening after a" short visit with relatives here. . Mrs. Irobert Johnson was in Beloit the first of the week. ; The L. A, 3. of the M. E. church will serve a' 25 cent chicken dinner Tuesday Tuesday noon. May 23, and a 15 cent supper supper at night from 5 until alt are serv ed. Miss Anna Goodrich and sister, Margaret Margaret and Miss Agnes Hermanson were in Harvard on Monday evening. ,Mrs. Geo. Clifford and son returned to Elgin on Monday evening after a pleasant visit with relatives here. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy. Blodgett came- came- from Beloit on Monday evening. Mrs. A. Berry was in Belvidere on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 3. Magill of Poplar Grove visited in town Monday. Mrs. Shultx of Ladd,: 111., accompanied accompanied by her daughter have beea guests of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Westerman. The funeral of Mrs. Milliken was field Tuesday forenoon from the Christian Christian ehurch and was attended by many friends and neighbors. Rer. It Manchester May. 18. v , , Mr: George Langehr of Belvidere vfsited at W. J. Church's part of last week. , . Mr. Bert Durley and son Henry were' Beloit visitors last Saturday. . Mr. and Mrs.-W. Mrs.-W. Mrs.-W. J. Church were in Belvidere Saturday. Rev. Marsh of Rockford preached a fine sermon at Hunter Sunday afternoon. afternoon. " Rev. Klonti wa called to Caledonia the last of the week on. account of the death of his' uncle, but there will be regular services at Hunter next Sunday Sunday as usual. Sunday school at 1:30 and preaching at 2:30 p. m. . Mr. Dwrght Griffis returned home on f"jnday from Nakavlne, Wash., where he wenj four weeks ago-to ago-to ago-to attend the funeral of his sfon ln-Iaw, ln-Iaw, ln-Iaw, Mr. Henry Sione. His daughter Mrs. Stone re turned with him to -make -make her home here in thfl, future. Her many friends extend their Sincere -sympathy -sympathy to her n her sorrow, Mr. John Ball was in Beloit Satur day. , . John Ray and family of Shirland Visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. Griffis on Monday. Mr. C. C. Gifferd of Beloit is visiting his son Fred and wife on the farm at present, j . Mrs. Olaf Larson was a Beloit visi tor Saturday. 7 - !; 'Mr, and, Mrs. Fred Gifferd were In Beloit Monday, Miss Nellie Peters of Beloit visited relatives here the first of the week. Henry E. Stone. Henry E. Stone who died in Naka vin,k Waalu AllrU .14, was knewn by every man, womaa and child in Teni ae and vicinity as' an exemplary clti- clti- ien, free from all pretense or hypocri syin the true sense of the word one of God's noblemen and he is sincere ly mourned by 1L Mr. Stone was born In Fairibautl. Minn., Sept. 13, 1884., -and -and came to the coast eighteen years ago and first settled in Tacoma, where he was en gaged In the grocery business until he came to Tenino as bookkeeper for the Blumiauer Lumber Company, which position he held for seven years, un til the milt closed down about a year and a half ago. At the time of his death he was bookkeeper for the Clark Brothers' new mill at Nakavine. Two and a half tears ago Mr. Stone married to Miss Rena Griffis at her home in Caledonia,- Caledonia,- 111. Besides, the widow, Mr. Stone la survived by his parents, an aged grandmother, one brother, three sisters, all ef Tacoma, who .have the heartfelt sympathy of our whole community. , The' .funeral was -held -held at Tacoma and . the. remains , . were laid in their final rest in the Mausoleum In that clty.Tenino News., r the by ed. the the an Organization the B. J. won nore that bark, jer-i-Ka, jer-i-Ka, jer-i-Ka, such gas. Adler-1-ka cor, KINGSTON WCMAM IS . 8CCKING A DIVORCE. "Mrs, Floyd M. Bell ot Kingston has filed in circuit court a bill for divorce this Joe ford Miss day. Mr. turned guest city Miss noon cago Mrs.