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 - THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2& ' and Charles Gary, Mr....
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2& ' and Charles Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Pt-ed Ppymek. Mrs. Ronald Prymek, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fojt, Mrs. Tressie Valek, Mr. and Mrs. Pr*nk Hostinsky, Mrs. Bessie Lang, Mr. land Mrs. Joe Stranaky, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Havel, Mrs. Lenora Trecek, Mrs. Roaa Kesl, Mrs. Rosemary Rosemary Kunc and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eastman and- family, Mrs. Albina Shulda, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Havel and Mary Ann, Mrs. Bart Fisher and Denny Williams, Miss Anna Huncovsl^y and Mrs. Emma Huncovsky. After the supper supper the group enjoyed colored slides of Japan taken by Ronald Prymek, Hawaiian pictures sent home by Kenny Blecha and pictures pictures taken in different parts of the United States by Charles Andrews Andrews and Charles Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Robinson and Daniel of Fairbury were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elber Elber Brown and Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown and Barbara visited Edwin Welch who is convalescing from an appendectomy appendectomy in Washington hospital Tuesday. Tuesday. Robert Brewster (By The Telescope's Setndlft Corr.) Robert Brewster, son of Robert, and Emma Brewster, was born 1 September 10, 1871, at Harwood Dale, Yorkshire, England, and passed away November 13, 1954, at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Gottfrid Larson in Scandia, Kan., at the age of 83 years, 2 months and 3 days. At the age of two and a half yeai's, he came with his parents fiom England to Seward,, Neb. where they remained dntil the, •spring of 1879, when they movedj I to Lucerne, Kan. He came to i I Scandia when a young man and •was united in marriage to Louisa. iNondorf on October IG, 1893. The ! couple spent their early life at ; Lucerne. To this union seven; I children were born: Raymond, Flo-l rence, Lottie, Maude, Robert, Cleo and Alfred. The family returned to Scandia in lOlS and has lived ... ^Ver since. He Vfar-ehHBMfilSd the Church of England. Bob, as he was known to 'hiV friends, endured the hardships of the early pioneers. After tha death of his wife, he remained M home and did his own work until July of this year w;hen he became blind. Since then he has been car «Hl for by each of his children and his niece. Mrs. Edna English, until his death. His wife, three sons, his parents, parents, three sisters and two brothers brothers preceded him in death. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs, Florence McGregor of Louisville, Neb., Mrs. Lottie Larson of Scandia, Scandia, Mrs. Maude Wisely of Taylor Ridge, 111.; one son, Cleo Brewster of Scandia; one sister, Mrs. Fred Schneider of Glade; one brother, J. O. Brewster of Norton; nine grandchildren and two great­ grandchildren, many other relatives relatives and friends. Funeral services were held November November 15 from the Bachelor- Faulkner-Dart chapel in Scandia with the Rev. N. H. Pearson in charge. Interment was made in Riverview cemetery. ». _ If you don't read The Telescope, you don't get the news.—Adv. BELLEVILLE WELCOME is a plan to build good will for • NEWCOMERS • ENGAGED GIRLS • NEW BABIES On These Occasiona Phone 327 MRS. FRONA BARNETT

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 25 Nov 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 16

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