William Spelman obit 16 Sept 1938
years 28 the Al Warren. 111., Sept. 16.--Ferdinand Meyers, 92, died Thursday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edith Utman. He was born in Germany Germany September 14, 1846. His Â»2nd birthday anniversary occurred Just the day before he died. Mr. Meyers resided on a farm near Warren for the past sixty years. He in survived by three daughters, Mrs. Edith Utman, of Warren. Mrs. Mary Zipsie. of New Hampton, la., Mrs. Francis Zipsie, of Lawler, la.. eleven grandchildren, eight great- grandchildren. His wife and two sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the home and at 2 o'clock from St. Paul's Lutheran church. Rev. Otto Kreiter will officiate and burial will be made in Elmwood cemetery. Joseph S. Albright, Mt. Morris Mt. Morris, 111., Sept. 16.--Joseph S. Albright, a resident of Mt. Morris Morris for the past seven years and employed employed in a laundry here, died about 3:30 o'clock this morning at his home following an illness of several months. He was born at Eagle Point and attended Polo schools, graduating from Polo high school. He worked in Chicago for some years and it was while there that he was united in marriage in 1928 to Miss Ruby Buser Ewens. of Chicago. He is survived by his widow, a step-son, Reuben Ewens, of Mt. Morris, and a half brother, John Albright, of Shannon. Mr. Albright was the son of Henry and Susan Albright. Funeral services are to be held Sunday afternoon from the Blue Bird apartments where he resided. Rev. C. H. Hightower. pastor of Trinity Lutheran church will officiate officiate and burial will be made in Plain View cemetery. Stephen Carman, Brookvllle Brookville, III., Sept. IS.--Stephen Garman. 73. formerly of Brookville. passed away Sept. 5. at his home at Wilder. Idaho. Mr. Garman was born at Brookville, lived on farms in this community and later conducted conducted a grocery store at Polo for a number of years. About thirty-' five years ago the family moved to Idaho where he has since resided. He was the last member of a family of eight brothers and sisters. Mr. Garman is survived by his widow. three sons. Russell, of Wilder. Merritt of California. Grover. residing in the state of Oregon, and one daughter. Mrs. Ruth Leslie, of Bluefielri. W. V. Mr. Garman was an uncle of Robert H. Garman. of Brookville, and Mrs. R. H. Knlss. of Lanark. fuehrer and Prime Minister Chamberlain made the first airplane trip James Spelman. He was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Flynn St. Patrick's church at Irish Grove Oct. 7, 1903. He is survived by widow, four children, Leo Spelman. of Durand, Vernon. Clement and Marie, all at home, one brother, 'rank Spelman, Pccatonica, and one sister. Mrs. Mary Becker, of Rock- 'ord. Two brothers and one sister ireccded his In death. Funeral services will be held at o'clock Saturday morning from St. 'atrick's church at Irish Grove. Rev. Fr. Joseph Drlscoll, of Durand will officiate. Burial will be made in the Irish Grove cemetery. George Hartjcn. Rochelle Rorhc'.le. II!.. Sept. 16.--George Hartjen. 7G. former resident of Ro- chellr. died suddenly Wednesday j tor Katherine C. Facer Rocktord, 111.. Sept. 16.--Mrs. Katherine C. Facey, 84, 1112 llth avenue, died at St. Anthony hospital ,t 10:20 o'clock last night. She was born in Germany and came to Rockford about 20 years go. She is survived by two c" ..jhters, ilrs. Frankie Cramer of Polo, and Mrs. ''Clara Ramsdell, of Sterling, and fc--r grandchildren. Her husband died a number of r'ears ago. Clinton Ellsworth, Rochelle Rochelle, III.. Sept. 16.--Clinton Ellsworth, 73, passed away yesterday .t his home near Steward. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Esther Wat- cms, at home a granddaughter, Donna Lou. and a brother in Wisconsin. Wisconsin. His wife died six years ago. FUNERALS Jacob Dorse Funeral services for the late Jacob Dorse were conducted at 2 o'clock this afternon at the Eichmeler Becker funeral home. Rev. Edwin Arends, pastor of St. John's Evan- geical church, conducted the services and interment was made at William J. May 1 The funeral of the late William Ed J. May. Dakota township, was held at the Eichmeier and Becker funeral home at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. Milo Murphy, Ridott. conducted the services and interment was in Ridott cemetery. Mrs. Cynthia Siedenburg. ML Carroll Mt. Carroll. 111., Sept. 16 -- services for Mrs. Cynthia Sieden- burg who died Thursday morning evening at his home in Muskegon. Mk-!i. The body has been brought to Rochelle and funeral sen-ices will be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at i he home of a daughter. Mrs. Au- RUM Eckhardt. and at 2 p. m. at the Rock Palls will be held Saturday , n j zes afternoon at 2 o'clock from the i Christian funeral home in Mt. roll. The Rev. G. T. Nesmith. pas- of the Methodist ~ Episcopal Lutheran church. The Rev. O. H. j Linnemicr will officiate. Mr. Hartjen is survived by six j Piano. William and Frank, both of I Bnrrinqton. and Robert and Carl. . both of Chicago. and three daugh- ; tcrs. Mrs. Eckhardt and Mrs. EQ church will be in charge and burial will be in Pleasant Valley cemetery.; Henry Richlemeyer. Kent j Kent. II.. Sept. 16--Funeral ser- Â· vices for Henry Richtemeyer will p held at 1:15 o'clock Sunday after- noon from the Kent United Brcth- ren church. Rev. J. M. Beck, pastor dist Episcopal churches, will officiate, sons. Fred of Rochelle. Martin ol of the Kent and Pearl City Metho- Burial will be made In Lutheran cemetery-. the Kent; Mrs. Kriiy. both of Rochellf. and ; Herman Kolberg of Grand j Mirh. His -a-jfc died 25 rears ago. j j and Jo\:r children also preceded him ; i in death. j William Sprltnan. Dari* Pcvatonira. 1!; . Scp;. 16.-- William prlmsr!. f.f. clod abcm! 4:20 o'clock lv.jrscay afternoon at his farm crno. abnui seven milrc northwest ' r^rr,'o:-s:r.T. Hr wa." !-rr;i in Ir^h Grov- on The body is to be _tafcen,_to 1xir i.