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 - - funeral «f Simuel David Arch**, 9, of »SO...
- funeral «f Simuel David Arch**, 9, of »SO Slanders, who dUx Monday, will b« 10 «.ni. Saturday a Brown* Chspol, the Rev. W. N. Smith. ·ram, officiating; Boiclla Mills, «olo- i«t and orMttUt. Burial in Lincoln Memorial Memorial Park. B1EBKK-- Fiinejra! «f William Bleber, C5, of 835 Charleston, who died Thursday will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Salem Congregational Church, tire Rev. Robert Klofii oillcialuis. Wyuka. Mrs. Robert Klein, tinier; · John Hummelmann, organist. organist. Pallbearers: Krltz Johns, John RelU, George Rudolph, David Krumm. William KoJmer and John Schafor. A resident of Lincoln for 40 years, Mr. Blebcr was a World War I veteran, a member of the Salem Congregational Church and A former employe of the Capital Broom Works. Survivors: wile, Emma: son*, Donald L, of Wichita, Kan., Ray W. of Lincoln; sisters. Mrs. iM'ed Johns, brothers, John of SedKwick. Colo.. Fred of Golden, Colo., Adolph of Alliance, and Gottlieb of Lincoln, and one grandchild. Hodgman-Splain. J-^ Margaret Cheney, 88, of 'Bennet, died Thursday. She was a member -of the Presbyterian Church at Bonnet. Survivors: sons, Floyd of Lincoln, Lincoln, Ralph of Decatur. Ark.; daugh- r'r'r M S'- F1 3f d ? realon «* Gardeiia, rtt*",-^! 58 ,? eryl Ch eney of South ?, A Calif., 17 grandchildren, 26 great- grandchildren. Wadlosvs. COSlER-Funeo-al of Mrs. Rose E. Cosfer, 80, of 3231 Fair, who died Fri- (lay, will b* t p.m. Monday at the Community Church; Perclval, 1». 'Uurlul at Itmrmau. la. Her body will lie in Mat* at Umteraer*. 48th fr Vine, until 9 a.m. Monday. Pallbearers: liraudsons. Born in Belleville. Kan,, March 24, 1(180. «h« moved to Thurman in a covered wagon. Shu murrled Ei Coster who died in 1928. Mrs, Coster had lived In Perclval. la., nearly all her life until comlnc to Lincoln In 1944. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Cecil Robertson. Robertson. Mrs. C. K. Bishop; both of Lincoln Lincoln and Mrs. R. C. Moyer of Nebraska Nebraska City; sons: Clarence of Sioux Kails, S.D., Guy of West Mils. Wis., Valentine of Milwaukee, George of Lincoln; Lincoln; sisters, Mrs. James Beasley of Hampton, La.: brothers, Jim Shuffler of Stockton. Calif. Kay Shuffler of Pacific, Pacific, Junction, lu.; 36 grandchildren; great-grandchildren; 1 weat-Kreat-grand- child. G. A. Dow Funeral Home. la. DESCH--Funeral of Harry R. Desch of »37 S, who died Wednesday, will be 1 p.m. Monday at Hodgman-Splain, the Rev. Richard R. Heim officiating. Wyuka'. Harold Osborn, sincer. Lela Pierce, organist. Pallbearers: Allen Whelohel. Richard and Don Tejcka, Robert and Edward Jacobsen, William B. Dailey. GLANT7---Funeral of Conrad Glanlz, 72, of 1029 No 7th. who died Thursday, will be 3 p.m. Monday at Hodgman-Splain Chapel, the Rev. J. H. Wacker offi-

Clipped from Lincoln Journal Star25 Nov 1960, FriPage 19

Lincoln Journal Star (Lincoln, Nebraska)25 Nov 1960, FriPage 19
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