Harry Powers' obit

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enue, Hivcrdale, to St. Salomea Salomea church for mass.. Interment Interment was in Holy Cross cemetery, Calumet City. * * * DR. MABEL R.C. JOHNSON Dr. Mabel R.C. Johnson, 2252 Collins St., Blue Island, died Aug. 1 in St. Francis hospital at 88. Born July 15, 1889 in Chicago, Chicago, she was a physician, and had been a resident of this area for many years. She was a member of the Blue Island chapter 789, O.E.S.; Chicago Medical association; association; American Medical Medical association (50 years), and the Illinois Medical society society (50 years). She was the wife of the late Swan, mother of Swan M. (Corrine) and Robert S. (Elsie) Johnson, and grandmother grandmother of three. Services will be held today today at 1:30 p.m. in the Hallinan Hallinan funeral home, 2601 Vermont st., Blue Island. Interment will be in Cedar Park cemetery. * * * HARRY C. POWERS Harry C Powers, a for- mer Blue Island resident, died July 21 in San Hosea, Calif, at 64. Born March 31, 1913 in Blue Island, he moved to Oak Forest and lived there until 1958, when he moved with his family to. California.' California.' He was the husband of Irene i(nee Ashworth); father father of Alma (Kenneth) Robertson, Marian (Keith) Anders, Clyde (Leslie), William William (Sharon) and Duke (Holly); grandfather of 12, and brother of Fred Errett, M a r i a n (Manke) G a Jack Reed of Blue Island, Harley Errett and Jane (McKeon) Thompson. A memorial service was Women's bill Governor's Amendment 39 od Senate Bill 753, which would establish establish the office of the Illinois Women's Advocate in the office of the Governor, passed the illinois legislature legislature on June 30 and now

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  1. Blue Island Sun Standard,
  2. 04 Aug 1977, Thu,
  3. Page 21

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