Olive June Northrup-Thompson
I bookkeeper for 50 years, and was |ovC(1 bv ,hc Manhattan Cafe, , jnco|n Manof apd ,hf, Pralrievil|e Mrs. Dorrance S. Thompson Mrs. Dorrance S. Thompson. 71, 212 Ottawa Ave., a familiar figure in the Dixon business community for many years, died in her home about ll p.m. Thursday after a long illness. Mrs. Thompson had been associated with her husband and their son, William C, in the B&A Sporting Goods Store for the past 17 years. Known as “Ollie’’ she had been a Go from 2930 to 1960 Theater Corp. She was employed by Illinois Northern Utilities Co. and was deputy treasurer from 1918 to 1930. She worked for Dixon Theater She was bom June 21, 1890. in Miller, SD., the daughter of Carlton M. and Emma Jane Blair Northrup. She moved with her family to Dixon when she was three months old and had lived here since that time. She w as a graduate of Dixon High School. She was married to Mr. Thompson in Elgin on July 12, 1916. She was a member of the Methodist Church and the 20th Century Literary Club. She is survived by her husband; a son, William, and two grandchildren, all of Dixon, and a sister, Mrs. Grace Powell, Prophetstown. Funeral services will lie held Monday at 2 pm. rn the Methodist Church with the Rev. Harold Dude officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. — ___ Friends may call in the Preston Funeral Home after 4 p m today and until noon Monday. The family will -be in the funeral home every evening from 7 to 9 pm. A memorial has been established for the cancer fund.