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Of the the a on all I. to Deaths William W. Neff William W. Neff, 63, for the, past twenty-three years traffic manager for the W. T. Rawleigh company, passed away at his home, 1520 West Stover street, last night after an extended illness. Funeral services will be held at the Schwarz funeral home at 2 o;clock Saturday afternoon. Inter- THE FREEKNT lot, fiv* listen and » brother gftr viv«, Mts. Maw owey, Buhl, Idfche Mrs. Mas Lloyd, Mrs. OUy Swftftz, Cora Bertalot, ffwsfsort; Mrs, Stella Ault, Arthur Sertalet, Of&ngevt Two eons preceded he* in death, William W.'Neff ment will be made Sunday at Lake View Memorial park, Oshkosh Wis. . Mr. Neff was born at Oshkosh Nov. 30, 1880, the son of William W. and Mary Neff. He was educated at Oshkosh and as a young man became associated with his father In the operation of steamboat lines and later became a boat captain. He entered the railroad field later with the Soo Lines, 'and then became general freight and passenger agent for the Wisconsin & Northern railroad lines, continuing In that capacity eight years. In November, 1921, he came to Freeport as traffic manager for the Rawleigh company retaining that post until May of this year! He was united In marriage to Mabel Plynn at Oshkosh Sept. 8, 1903. Besides his wife he leaves one sister. Mrs. George P. Hopkins, Oshkosh. He was a member of Oshkosh lodge No. 27, A. F. & A. M., Freeport Consistory; Tebala Shrine, Rockford; Freeport lodge of Elks, and Germonia. Mr. Neff was a man of pleasing personality, kindly and charitable and was esteemed by many friends. Mrs. Lela A. Howcll Mrs. Lela A. Howell, 83, passed away Wednesday evening at the home-of her brother, B. W. Foster, at Maywood. Mrs. 'Howell was born at Crown Point, Ind., the daughter of John and Helen Foster. For many years she resided at the C. E. Kurd home, 515Va South Beaver avenue, Freeport, the late Mrs. Kurd having been a sister. She is survived by three brothers: Fred Foster of Ft. Madison, la., C. M. Foster of Chicago, and B. W. Foster of Maywood. Funeral services will be held at the Walker Mortuary in Freeport art 3:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Dr. Leonard Ocliorne, pastor of First Presbyterian church, will officiate and burial .will be made in Oakland cemetery. Mrs. Harry LaBar Mrs, Harry LaBar, 49. died suddenly Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lee Stelison, Shullsburg, Wis. Funeral services will be held at Orangeville Methodist church at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Interment will be made in Orangeviite cemetery. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bertaloi she was born at Afolkey July 7, 1895. She was united in marriage to Harry LaBar at Freeport, Feb. 26, 1913.' Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Arvilla Paul, New Diggins, Wis.; Mrs. Phyllis Stelison, Shullsburg. There aie eight grandqhild- ren. Her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Berta- Lonls F. Louis. Frederick Kuhlemeier, 67, lifelong resident of Freeport, passed away at a local hospital late yesterday. Me resided at 803 Fourteenth avenue. Funeral services will be held at the Walker mortuary, West Main street, at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, Dr. Edwin A. Arends, pastor of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church, will conduct the services and Interment will be made at Oaklarld. Friends may call at the funeral home • after Saturday noon. Masonic services will be conducted at the grave, Mr. Kuhlemeier was born in Freeport Oct. 6, 1876, was educated in Freeport schools, and was united In marriage Nov. 15, 1906, to Caroline Bruesch. The wife passed away April 3, 1917. A son, Karl, passed away Sept. 29, 1938. He was employed as a car foreman at the Illinois Central shops until his retirement seven years ago. He leaves two children, Arnold and Helen Kuhlemeier, at home. His mother, Mrs. Sophia Kuhlemeier, and a brother and sister also survive, Henry Kuhlemeier and Mrs. F. J. Birchen. There are three grandchildren, Frederic, Annette and Richard Kuhlemeier, He was a member of St, John's church, was a 32nd degree Mason, and affiliated with Evergreen lodge No. 170, A. F. & A. M., and the Knights Templar, Mrs. Ella Burllngrame Rockford, 111., Sept. 15.—Mrs. Ella Dagwell Burlingame, 87,' mother of Mrs. C. A. Hoefer, Freeport, passed away at Rockford hospital yestei day. Her husband, Charles H. C Burlingame, died Dec. 25, 1943. Funeral services will be held a Burpee-Wood funeral home at 2:3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Rev. J Richard Sneed, pastor of Com Street Methodist church, will con duct the services a'nd intermen will be made in Greenwood ceme tery. She was a lifelong resident o Rockford, the daughter of Mr. an Mrs, Charles Dagwell, pioneer resi dents of this community. She wa one of the founders of the Rock/on Mendelssohn club, Rockford chapte of Daughters of the American Revolution, and Rockford Woman' club. She leaves a daughter and a son Mrs. C. A. Hoefer, Freeport Dr C C. Burlingame, West Hartford Conn. Three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive. are by be Luedeke, Fire by carelessness rags inflammable be t and Funerals Austin L. LeBaron Services for the late Austin S LeBaron, of 101 North Bailey avenue, who died Wednesday night will be held nt 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Walker Mortuary Rev. Grant V. Garver, pastor of Trinity Evangelical church, officiating. A. H. Ludolph is in charge of arrangements. Interment will be jln Oakland cemetery. (Horace M. Wortham Rockford, 111., Sept. 15.—Funeral services for Horace M. Wortham 46 a leader In Rockford social business and industrial activities for more than two decades who died early Thursday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at his summer home at Long Lake, Wis., will be held at 7 p. m. Saturday in his Rockford home, 905 Ridgewood road. • Rev. John Gordon, pastor of Second Congregational church will officiate and burial will be In Willwood burial park. Mr. Wortham had been in ill health and had submitted to an operation for appendicitis shortly before going to his summer home the latter part of August. Old statewide administration Suggestions its announced. W. is administration ing of with At held forces. Ed. the jabor Knights Of Columbus To Have Stag Sunday Freeport council, Knights of Columbus, will have its annual past grand knights' stag picnic at V.P.W. club house, East Shawnee street, Sunday afternoon and evening,

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 15 Sep 1944, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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