October 1, 1942 Ellizabeth Flynn Obit

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October 1, 1942 Ellizabeth Flynn Obit - , Deaths Mrs. Cora Sutlon Mrs. Cora Sutt.on,...
, Deaths Mrs. Cora Sutlon Mrs. Cora Sutt.on, 62R Elm street. Rockford, passed away Wednesday morning at her home, followim? a stroke. She was the mother of Mrs. Clarence McFalls, 511 West Douglas street, Freeport. and had spent las' winter in this city, where o,he Lad made many friends. Funeral services will be held Friday Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at tiie I Elm street home, Dr. O. Oarfiolci ! BPrkstrnnd, associate pastor of Trl| Trl| nity Lutheran chiirrh, officiating and interment will be made in \Vill- wood cemetery. Mrs. Button's maiden name v s,f Cora Buckles and she was born .Tune 16, 1864, in Walworth county, Wis. Her marriage to Phillip J. Button Button took place May 30. 1880, at Lake Geneva nnri they moved to Rockford Rockford in 1906. Mr. Sutton passed nway sixteen years ago. a son, WHimm and a daughter, Mrs. Maude Pease, also prerrrtrd her in death. Mrs. Mr- Falls is the only surviving daughter. She had held membership ir many Rockford clubs. Mr*. Samuel H. Quarkrnbush Mrs. Elizabeth P. Quackenbush. wife of Samuel H. Quackenbush, 1005 West Stephenson street, passed away nbout 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon afternoon in a Freeport hospital. Mrs. Quackenbush, formerly Miss Elisabeth Palmer, was born at Yonkers, Yonkers, N. Y., the daughter of William William H. and Catherine Kennedy Palmer. Palmer. Her father was a Civil war veteran, having served throughout the war as paymaster on one of the Monitors introduced at that time. Mrs. Quackenbush graduated from Vassar college, 'where for several years previous to her marriage she was an instructor in biology. Mr. and Mrs. Quackenbush came to Freeport from Chicago about 12 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Samuel H. Quackenbush, and two daughters, Mrs. C. B. Frost, Providence, Providence, R. I., and Miss Cathering^J. Quackenbush, at home. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at First Presbyterian church, with Dr. Leonard Odiorne. pastor, officiating. officiating. Interment will be made in Oakland cemetery. Bearers will be Hilding Bihl. S. W. Ells. E. B. Kaufman, V. L. Zimmerman, Zimmerman, of Elgin, W. B. Kurz, and L. D. Hlrschberg. Friends may call at the Walker mortuary until Friday noon. Mrs. Henry Gorman Mrs. Emma Gorman, 55, wife of Henry Gorman, of Warren, passed away about 12:30 o'clock this afternoon afternoon in a Freeport hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Spelman Pecatortica, 111., Oct. 1—Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth Spelman, 62, widow of William Spelman, passed away yeterday in a Freeport hospital following a prolonged prolonged illness. The former Elizabeth Flynn was born in Irish Grove April 2, 1880, the daughter of Dennle and Bridget Flynn. She was married ot William Spelman in Irish Grove Oct. 7, 1903. The family home was on a farm seven miles northwest of Pecatonica. Survivors Include four children, Leo of Durand and Vernon, clement and Marie, all at home; two sister*, Mrs. Jackson Blackmore of Davis and Mrs. Charles Still of Beloit, Wis., and two grandchildren. Two children preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held Friday Friday at 9 a. m. at the home and At 9:30 n. m. at St. Patrick's Catholic church in Irish Grove. The Rev. J, A. Discroll will officiate and burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery. Leon F. Eells Winslow, 111., Oct. 1.—Leon F. Eells. 53. Winslow, passed away about 2:45 o'clock this morning in a Dixon hospital. He had been working at the Green River ordnance plant south of Dixon, installing plumbing j nnd heating. He was born at Winslow. Nov. 14, 1888, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Eells. He Is survived by his father, his widow, Mrs. Hazel R. Eells, one son, John H., of Chicago, and one daughter, Mrs. Thais Washburn, of El Paso, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Winslow Winslow Methodist church, Rev, Edward Oreenough will officiate and burial will be made in Rock Lilly cemetery. cemetery. Fvt. B.vron Bennett, ,lr. Monroe, Wis., Oct. 1.—Pvt. Byron Byron Bennett. Jr.. 24, of Monroe, died last night at an army hospital <n Alaska, according to word received by his parents today. Death of the soldier followed a brief illness. Bennett was born in Monroe March 3, 1918, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Myron R, Bennett, Sr. His father is a local dentist. After graduating from Monroe high school in 1936, Bennett attended the University University of Wisconsin for two y^ars. He was a member of the Union church here. Before leaving for army service June 3, 1941, he was radio operator for the Green county highway police police system. He was sent first to Camp Grant, 111., then to Camp Roberts, Cal., and later to Ca.np Murray, Wash. His next assignment, assignment, to an army post somewhere in Alaska, came in February of this year. Surviving are his parents; a twin brother, Lieut. David K. Bennett, serving in the navy at Great Lakes, 111.; his paternal grandfather, Dr. C. W. Bennett, retired Monroe dentist, and his maternal grandmother, grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Karlen, of Monroe. Funeral services and burial will take place in Alaska. As fixed by law, there Is one chaplain for each 1250 of the total personnel of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Brooki Catsup, mli«d with sandwich spreads. adds eye appeal and appetite appeal—perks up the flavor like everything. everything. OLD ORIGINAL CATSUP

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  2. 01 Oct 1942, Thu,
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