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Will Select Abingdon Unit Alma Song on ABINGDON—The student body of Abingdon High School will make the final decision in regard to the selection of an alma mater song at the Homecoming assembly Friday afternoon. The two songs to be presented were written by Tede Verner and Richard Andrews. They were chosen as the two l^est in a recent contest at the high school, the purpose of which was to produce an authentic alma mater song to supplement the school's cheer sorlgs. The compositions have been arranged in four-part harmony and will be sung for the first lime by a mixed ensemble, including Kay 'Reese, Rita Heimer, Joan Reathaford, Margery Lewis, Marjorie Shepherd, Chuck Roberson, Bud Cozad, Dop Lundstrom, Raleigh Stegall. Lowell Whitney, and Tede and Richard. The students may choose one or both songs to use in the future as alma mater songs. In addition to these songs, the high school band will re-introduce two fight songs that were formerly popular at Abingdon High. The two songs, "Come On, High School Let's Go" arid "Fight, Abingdon," were written by a former principal, Miss Mae James, and were brought to the attention of Mr. Von Allman by Miss Ruth Bradway. Mr. Von Allman has ar- ged the numbers for band, and his group will play them for the assembly, accompanying the ensemble, who will sing them. The purpose of this presentation is not to replace the school songs Abingdon uses now, but to add new numbers. Homecoming Events Schedule of events for Abingdon High School Homecoming Friday: Parade starts at high school at 2:45 o'clock. Footbaii game, Limestone vs. Abingdon 7:30 p.m. Three winning floats will parade at the football field in the evening. There will be a winner for beauty, originality, and workmanship. Homo- coming, dance 10 to 1 o'clock at gymnasium. "Esquires" Orchestra. 10:30, crowning of Homecoming King and Queen. R,N.A. Convention The 32nd convention of the Knox County Association of the Royal Neighbors of America was held in the American Legion Hall in Abingdon. The 1953 county officers are Maude Babb of Abingdon, county oracle; Eleanor Moore, Dahinda, past oracle; Lois Collinson, Victoria, vice oracle; Grace Ritchey, Abingdon, recorder; Blanche Tucker, Galesburg. chancellor. Interesting reports of the year's work were given from the follow ing camps: Aitona, Knoxville, Wil liamsfield, Woodbine, Galesburg and Palm Leaf, Galesbiirg; Victoria, Dahinda, DcLong, London Mills and Abingdon. Victoria and Dahinda tied with eighteen dcle- jCarol Snyder, who makes hw home jwith them. ,M, Sgt. Boone will be assigned to Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. He has to report there by Nov. 27, at which time his family will accompany him to make their honle there. Knoxville School Honor Roll Announced for First Period The •Mail DEATHS AND FUNERALS gates present. The School conducted by and different Form Cub Den On Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A. Bowman a newly-formed neighbor den was organised for Cub Scouts There arc six boys in the den, and during the organization Michael Bulkeley was chosen as denncr. I'ctcr Bulkeley will serve as den chief. The current dqn mothers are Mrs, Stanley Lewis and Mrs, J. A. Bowman. Bob Lewis is the Cubmaster. (The boys played games, learned 'cheers and songs. Next Saturday of Instruction was'thc Cubs will enjoy a hike. The group includes Michael Bulkeley, Michael Shlpplett, Timothy Lewis, Sidney Lewis, Gary Tucker, * and led by four escorts, Tede Rita ITeimcr Soloists were ind Lola Hoi- Deputy Ruth Riley Camps exemplified the work. Palm Leaf Camp of Galesburg extended the invitation ton* the 1954 Convention which was unanimously accepted, and the following officers were elected: oracle, Ruby Hurbul of Palm Leaf Camp, Galesburg; past oracle, Maude Babb, Abingdon; vice oracle, Blanche Tucker, Woodbine Camp, Galesburg; chancellor, Margaret Blackie, Victoria. The afternoon meeting adjourned for dinner at 6:30 at the Congregational Church with 95 plates served. The Rev. Ralphe Harris invoked the blessing. The evening session at the American Legion Hall began at 8 o'clock with Oracle Rose Hickman and her staff of officers, all from Abingdon, conducting the meeting. Supreme Recorder Anna pooley of Moline, and Deputy Ruth Riley, were escorted by Marshals Althea Bond and May Thurman, high school girls as Verner, Kay Reese, and Shirley Hulick. Irma Lund of Osco siinc from Abingdon. The Abingdon unit of Home Bureau held their meeting last week at the Charles Caulkins home with Mrs. Marguerite Ray as the hostess. There were 14 members present to answer roll call by "An Accomplishment in Your Life." The annual day luncheon will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Galesburg Tuesday. Reservations to be in by Friday. Mrs. Ruby Swigert has the tickets. Mrs. Dorothy Whitsitt and Mrs. Eloise Watson gave the major lesson, "Helping A Child Develop Emotionally," and the minor lesson, "Main Dish Salads" was given by Mrs. Marguerite Ray. The birthdays of Mrs. Edith Raines, Mrs. Jennie Castle and Mrs. Marguerite Ray were observed. The November meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Onie Churchill. Arrives Home M. Sgt. Herbert T, Boone returned home on Monday night from Taegu, Korea. He had spent 14 months in Korea. He was greeted by Mrs. Boone and four children, Leo, Ronnie, Patty Lou and Sandra Kay, and his niece, THAN BETTER FOR PANCAKES Johnny Bowman. The den mothers are enrolled in a six-week training course which meets each Tuesday evening in Galesburg: Fathers will serve as den dads. Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gibson of Chicago are the parents of a daughter born on Sunday. Their home address is 6257 N. Sheridan Road, Chicago, 40. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dunlap arc the maternal grandparents. Names Omitted Inadvertently omitted in the candidate list for Homecoming arc sophomores Bonnie Beckner, Kay James, David Courson and Bob Young. Brownies Meet Brownie Troop 3, Lincoln School, met at the Methodist Church on Monday. The troop enjoyed a scavenger hunt which was won by Joyce Way, Patsy Allen, Catherine Kcndrick and Jane Eyre. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. E, B. Eyre, Mrs, h. P. Dechow and Mrs. Alfred Lamberti. Name Committee Cross Lane-Pretty Prairie and Brick Community Club met Friday evening at the Cross Lane School. On the entertainment committee were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hickerson, |Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McVey and Mr. and Mrs. William Stivers. After playing bingo a light lunch was served. On the committee for the November meeting will be Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erwin, Mr. and Mrs. Inman Malonc, Mr. and Mrs. Max Daley, and Mr. and Mrs. Elbea Malone. Report Moves Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Rork moved on Tuesday to the lower apartment at 204 N. Monroe St. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson moved on Wednesday to the upper apartment vacated by the Rorks. Names Omitted Other guests included in the list of those attending the Dagiey-Day wedding on ' Sunday were P. C. Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Bulkeley and Myrl Day. To Serve Supper The Berwick Baptist Church will serve its annual chicken pie sup- KNOXVILLE — Honor roll students and those receiving honorable mentiort for the first six weeks of high school have been named as follows: Honor roll seniors — Richard Clark, Jerry Goff, Jeanette Carlson, Joan Foss, Mary Jane Green, Mary Lambert, Calhryn Moore, The first four mentioned arc straight- "A" students. Seniors receiving honorable mention are Walter Bradbury, Leroy Rader, Carolyn Bushong, Susan Bybec, Colleen Pennington, Jean Westcrfield, Jeanette Rosine, Juniors on the honor roll: Darre! Anderson, Charles Philblad, Frank Wright, Carol Carlson, Janet England, Barbara Lundgren, Carol Ann Tucker, Carol Wetterburg, Doris Zimmerman, Sarah Lacy. The first nine are straight "A" students. Friend's Night observance of the White Shrine Tuesday at Macomb. Mrs. Gooding and Mrs. Palmer served as officers. New House in Park Another new home is being erected in Gilbert Park for George Spilman and family, now residents of Galesburg. With favorable weather, work is progressing rapidly and may be completed before is the fifth house park during the LfiOLA CATHERINE SC1IENCK RARITAN—Funeral services for Miss teola Catherine Schenek, INFANTS BRITTINGHAM Jane Ann and Jean Ann, infant daughters'of MA and Mrs. Floyd who died at her home Friday aft- BriUingham of Route 3, Galesburg, ernoon, were held in the Raritan died Tuesday evening in the Cot- Reformed Church Monday after- tage Hospital shortly after birth. Have Girl Jra Lualten are daughter born Hospital, and first mid-winter. This creeled in the past few years, Luallens Mr, and Mrs. parents of a Wednesday at Cottage This is their sixth child daughter, Halloween Party Among the first of the masquerade parties of the Halloween season will take place Saturday night at 7 o'clock at the Methodist Church for the Youth Fellowship group. Young people in the classes taught by Mrs. Kenneth Withcrcli, Miss Mildred Howarter, HarJan Young and Gilbert Moore will attend the party. En Route to New Home Mr, and Mrs. Claude Wilson were visitors this week with the lattcr's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hopkins. Mr. and Mfs. Wilson were en route from Elk- noon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Harold Kammcraad officiated. Mrs. George Brokaw sang and was accompanied at the organ by Miss Ivagene Livermore. Burial was in the Raritan Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lyle Brokaw, Russell Brokaw, George Brokaw, Ivan Livermore. Oscar Schroeder and John Butler. MRS. HELEN CARLTON MARSH Mrs. Helen Carlton Marsh, 83, of 561 N. Prairie St., died in Cottage Hospital Wednesday morning at 9:04 o'clock. She was Burial was in Henderson Cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. INFANT LACEY FARMINGTON—Graveside services were held Tuesday morning in the Oak Ridge Cemetery for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Laccy of Peoria. Surviving ar* his parents; two brothers, George Jr. and Richard; and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lacey Sr. of Farmington. MRS. SOtm C. CAlWTAtUMi PRAIRIE CITY-Funefil • Mtv* ices tot Mrs, Johfi C. Cadwatladef* 66, who died 1*1 het home Oct 13, were held Irt fcarrington. She *pent the gteate* part of het life in praifie.City atid was active in church affairs. On May 17, 1911, she was married to John C, Cadwallader. Surviving are her husband and a son, Robert G. Cifdwallader, of Dubois, Wyo, Fayetteville, Ark. Names Officer to Fill Vacancy ROSEVILLE - Groves. After the patriotic opening exercises, reports of the department convention, held this COOKS Juniors receiving honorable mention: Gerald Anderson, Richard Hughes, Gilbert Moore, Louise Bost, Marlene McBcth, Kay Markham, Pauline Witt. , Honor roll sophomores — Cor- innc Moore, Sandra Westcrfield, Judy Block, Betty Nelson. The first two are straight "A" students. Sophomores receiving honorable mention are James Jacobs, Patsy Cottom, Ruth Ann Gustafson, JoAnn Hughbanks, Patty LaFolIctte, Virginia Tilton. Freshmen honor roll students t are Jim Marks, James Philbladj Pam Beecher, Ray Godsil, Tom Koseville Auxiliary Liston, Rollin Roselle, Pat Carlson, J Suzanne LaFollette, Marcia Randall, Ardathe Stone, Sharron Washabaugh, Carolyn Wilson. The first three are straight "A" students. Freshmen receiving honorable mention are John Bowman, Dean Rader, Judy Anderson, Ruth Ann Da vies, Carol Peterson, Lcanne Shrcves, Mary Westerfield, Marilyn Wilson, Betty Winchell. Marilec Stock is a straight "A" student in the eighth grade and Henry England and Jane Fuller m&dc the honor roll. Eighth grade students receiving honorable mention are Rodney Godsil, James Gunther, Lance Humphreys, Nancy England, Judy Hutchcroft, Janet Link, Jeannie McMillan, Mary Ann Royce, Jane Saline. Sally Jo Terry is the only straight "A" student in the seventh grade and on the honor roll. Other seventh grade honor roll students are Darwin Johnson. Lorelei Bowman and Linda Pennington. Seventh grade students receiving honorable mention are George Courier, Mike Howerter, Donnie Johnson, John Morris, Charles Schideman, Susan Bowman, Carolyn Terpening, Brenda Westerfield and Nancy Phillips. Heerde Child Improves ow.rv. .v., , lv „ ^ Jane Heerde, four year old per on Tuesday with" serving "be- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ginning at 5 o'clock. Heerde, Macomb, and formerly of rm w „„. W n«* Have Guests Knoxville, is reported to be im- unit activity and each unit chair- Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Andrews of proving from serious injuries re- man gave a short talk on the ac- Mercedes, Tex., are visiting at the ceived last \veek when struck byhivities pertaining to her depart- home of his sister, Mrs. Euseba an automobile. The child received ment. The unit officers also ex- broken legs and one arm was plained the duties connected with fractured. She is a patient in St. their offices. At the close of the Hospital at M a c o m b. meeting, the 29 members attend- Heerde was a Jormer coach atjing went to the Tasty Grill where refreshments were served with and Wilson Funeral Chapel today WAVA CRABTREE HARRY G. HIGGINS JR. Funeral services for Harry G. jlliggins Jr., of 1470 N. West St., _ a member of the Pi (who died Tuesday in the Cottage Beta Phi of Lombard College andjHospital, were held inthe Hinchliff a member of the Grace Episcopal Church. She was born July 16, 1870, in Oneida and had lived in Galesburg for 64 years. On Nov. 12, 1888, she was married to Charles Ellsworth Marsh in Oneida. Mr. Marsh preceded her in death. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. E. L. Whitman of Galesburg and a grandson, Robert Carlton Rosenbaum-of Cleveland, Ohio. . Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Grace Episcopal Church with! INFANT ROSS ABINGDON—Graveside service! were held Tuesday morning in the Abingdon Cemetery for the still* bom daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Robert Ross of 986 W. North St., Galesburg. The Rev. John Watson of the Christian Church officiated. The paternal grandmother 1* Mrs, Maymc Ross of Abingdon and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caulkins of Ab* ingdon. horn w< , Thnir lC lf r . K "the Rev; Donald Heermans offi- nis Glenn Biggins; a half sister, horn Wis to their new home in L iaUn „ u urXal wiU bR in 0neida Rllth Kennedy, who died in 1948, at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Jual R. Ford of the First Methodist Church officiated. Mrs. Dale B. Johnson played pipe organ selections. Burial was in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were William Addis, Raymond Cole, Earl Tuttie, War. ren LaBounty, Donald Koller and Alden Becker. In an article Wednesday Mr. Higgins' place of birth should have been listed as Gambrills, Md. Survivors also include a son, Den- ciating. Burial will be in Oneida Ruth Kennedy, who died in 1948, Cemetery. Friends may call Fri-jand a sister, Mrs. Ada Nordberg day evening. The family requests|who died on May 31 of this year, flowers to be omitted. MRS. ANDREW R. ENLOW , Mrs. Andrew R. Enlow, 34, of MRS. ELIZABETH RADER \ im Jefferson St., died in a Spring- ALEDO—Mrs. Elizabeth Rader, ffiejd Hospital Wednesday morning |87, died at 9:15 o'clock this morn-! at 4:15i she had been ill for The Lcgionjing in the Mercer County Hospital three weeks. Auxiliary of Roseville met Tucs- where she had been a patient for g ne was born May 25, 1919. On day evening in the Legion Home several weeks. M ay 18, 1945, she was married to 1 with the new president, Mrs. Phil She was a member of the Aledo!R ay Enlow in Galesburg. Methodist Church. I she attended Lincoln Grade She was born Feb. 16, 1866. Ischool in Galesburg and ABINGDON — Nova Crabtree, former resident of Abingdon, died Tuesday in his home in Queen City, Mo. He was born in Adair County Sept. 29, 1891. Funeral services will be held in the Queen City Christian Church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The body is in the Dooley Funeral Home in Queen City, Mo. Burial will be in the Queen City Cemetery. Surviving are his wife and five children, Robert of Cuyama, Calif., Mrs. Lillian Joseph of New Orleans, La. f Mrs. Vivian Allen of Abingdon, Mrs. Erma Coursen of Galesburg and Colin at home. He also leaves three grandchildren. past summer in Chicago, given by the delegates. Groves and Mrs. John L.,Ockert.| The Mrs. Donald Kirkpatrick ind Mrs.|Aledo Ralph Volk gave reports of the lciate district meeting which they attended in Blandinsville. The unit voted to give $10 Fifer Cottage at Normal, $10 ... r . fJ . in uaiesnurg ana was Funeral services will be held inj gradua t e d f ro m Avon Community were'the Shcrrard Chapel in Aledo Sat- Mrsjurday at 2 p.m. to to MRS. High School in 1937, and from , , , (Western State Teachers College in « eV /u S i - m . U ^u J ' ^ UCk i? f «- C She lived in 11Iinois for 31 1 Methodist Church will offH years and in Colorado for three' years. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband; WEST Air-Conditioned Chapel FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 40 Years 36 PUBLIC SQUARE MILLIE CARTWRIGHT L „ . ,„ u LaHARPE - Mrs. Millie Marie £? r Parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter shaffnpV^;*^ Galesburg, and a Sft "" i? tt ^ e m ^ i M 2 hne ; <hy morning at a Jacksonville Hos- daughter Sharon Kay «<>n n„x c_. t > whe ^ ^ ^ under Funeral services will be held in treatment several months. The First Presbyterian Church Satur,body is at the Banks Funeral day morning at 10:30. The Rev. Home at LaHaipe pending funerallKermit Petersen will officiate arrangements. lBunal Wl11 be in L i nwo <> d Ceme *' $20 to the Roseville Girl Scout! troop and $7.50 for department. Mrs. Betty Pinney was appointed to report in regard to the Girl Scouts at the Auxiliary meetings. Mrs. Lester Adkisson was elected as first vice president of the unit to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. William Johnson. Mrs. Tom Wilson was elected as second vice president. Mrs. Carlos Adams told of the bi-county meeting of the Auxiliary which will be held at Cameron Oct. 28 and urged members to attend. Reservations for the dinner at one dollar a plate may be made with Mrs. Charles Ranney. The topic of the meeting was Davis. Sunday afternoon callers at the Davis home included Mr. and Mrs.(Francis Fred Andrews of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andrews of Knox* Knoxville High School, ville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Guests In Macomb Laura and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. James Ralston, Kelley of Galesburg. Mrs. Betty Gooding, Mrs. John Donaldson, Mrs. Ralph Stone and READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS |Mrs. Gene Palmer attended a \ max CM STRAWBERRIES ***** FROZEN Q O O u. Mrs. Ira Huston, Mrs. L, T. Hoyt, Mrs. Nancy Humogrey, Mrs. Vivian Hunt, Mrs. Ernestine Huston, Mrs. Richard Icenpgle, Mrs. William Jahn, Mrs. Frank Johnson, Miss Mabel Kelsey and Mrs. A. M. Josephson as hostesses. Fire Sweeps Home PHILADELPHIA Fire swept through the main building of the Presbyterian Home for Widows and Single Women Wednesday, forcing 200 elderly women—some of them bedridden—to flee to safety. None was injured. Mrs. Cartwright was born near LaCrosse aJn. 10, 1887, to Mansel and Mary BuDock Wright. She was married to Harry Cartwright at Galesburg April 16, 1913. They resided on a farm near Disco much of their married life. She was graduated from LaHarpe High School and was a member of the LaHarpe Christian Church. Surviving are her husband; a (daughter, Miss Mary Eiiene Cartwright, and three sisters, Mrs. Alice Woolverton and Misses Bessie and Jessie Wright, all of La­ Harpe. Switch Marshal's Trial to Peoria PEORIA, 111. The trial involving fraud charges against Robert Grant/ former United States marshal at Springfield, has been transferred from Springfield to Peoria'. Federal court in Springfield Tuesday granted Grant's motion for a change of venue. He is charged with defrauding the government by failing to fulfill his duties while accompanying Robert L. Knetzer on his fund raising travels. Knetzer made excursions from jail in an effort to raise cash to help satisfy his creditors. He was a bankrupt Edwards ville car dealer who is now dead.* tery. Friends may call evening at the chapel. Friday! JAMES B. FLACK INDUSTRY — James B. Flack, 85, died at 8 o'clock this morning at his home. He had been ill for the past year and seriously ill for the past week. He was born Jan. 17, 1868, in Industry Township and lived his entire life iu the Industry community. On Jan. 18, 1889, he married Sarah May Starr in Industry. He was a member of the Crossroads Methodist Church. Funeral services will be held in the Ciugston Funeral Home at Macomb Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Fred Norman will officiate. Burial will be in the Industry Cemetery. Surviving are his wife; two children, Mrs. Millie Stegall of Abingdon and Bill Flack of Industry; a sister, Mrs. Dollie Gunning of Industry; two grandchildren and two great - grandchildren. Two sons died in infancy. He was also preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters. Friends may call at the funeral home after Friday noon. Mrs. C. E. Marsh 561 North Prairie Funeral: 2 P .M. — SATURDAY Grace Episcopal Church Friends may call at Kimber & West Chapel Friday evening. (Please omit flowers.) Mrs. Wallace Larson Wataga, Illinois Funeral: 2 P.M. — FRIDAY KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL Friends call at the chapel this "evening. Mrs, Ray Enlow 1166 Jefferson St. Funeral: 10:30 A.M. — SATURDAY First Presbyterian Church Friends call at Kimber & West Chapel Friday evening. CAULIFLOWER IVt-TWt MIGHT euAKrmca HAW TQNft AMD TONS HAM« AND YAMS WMoiik FRUIT COCKTAIL NO. ti /i • IZK CAN* VttModh V 1 CAM asp**" CATSUP •OTTLIt F *UIT COCKTAfl Cranberries i Marshmallows SUGAR PEAS NO. SOS 'CAN* KNOXVILLE GROCERY MARKET h • Carnation Milk, Large —3 for 39< Richelieu Coffee, lb. 88c, 2 lbs. 1.75 Miracle Whip _qr. 49* HIOIUM ii c?. ma MARY TOOO COFFEE TIDE, CHEER, OXYDOl, JOY. .Box Rich.li.w Dark R.d K Kellogg'* WITH EACH PURCHASE SUGAR SMACKS RMOUR STAR PICNIC Del Monti Blended BEANS Six* Can Kidney Beans 2 tins Delrich Oleo Rinso pkg Kr*ft Dinner •..—2 Powd«r«cf or Brown Sugar . Pkgs. RUh«)it<j Mar»hmollow Cr None-Such (303 Tin) Apple Sauce 19c Richalitu Pur* WhoU Strawberry Preserve* _____lb. jar 45c Rkhtlieu Extrt Wrg« Prunes u lb. "•nUM-lUT** •LAPI CUT CHUCK ROAST ! CREAM 1TYL 4fi SOS CANS . • ' j« 9 w -x . . _ i jvmiw ^i ^t ^i^i ^^mfcii ^mp ^pp^HVi ^^^^^v ^^ik ^v -i inn- P-MI-II - » - --^ — Richelieu Raggedy Ann Peaches D«lkious Elb«rt«s ( tlicvd or h*Iv«$, p«ck«d in h«tvy tyrup by $pr»8W» Wtrntr, Tbo fin*** ptacho ctnntd. MRS. WALLACE LARSON WATAGA—Funeral services for Mrs. Wallace Larson, 65, of Wataga, who died Wednesday at St. Mary's Hospital, will be held Fri day at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Funeral Chapel. The Rev, Henry Stamm of First Church of God will officiate. Burial will be in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Mrs. Larson was born March 7, 1888, in Persifer Township and lived the rest of her life in Knox County. Her marriage to Mr, Larson was April 12. 1947, in Mor mouth. Surviving are her husband; two stepsons, Richard of Peoria and Claire of Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Rey Parker of Galesburg, and a brother, James Taylor of Ma- jquon. PALMER LUTRELL ALPHA — Funeral services for Palmer (Parm) Lutrell were held Tuesday afternoon at the Knox Wallin Chapel in charge of the Rev. Frank Pierce of the Methodist Church. Lolita Clark accompanied by Mrs. H. W. Stitt furnished the music. Casket bear ers were George Kelly, H. W. Chinlund, Lawrence Livingston, Charles Mentzer, Albert Spencer and Raleigh Benson. Burial was in the New Windsor Cemetery. monuniEiiTS LACKY k SONS 150 W MAiN - 6*LES8W6 Mr. James H. Flaherty 159 N. Kellogg St. Funeral services: 9;30 A.M., FRIDAY St Patrick's Church. Friends may call at the home of Mrs. James P. Welch, 159 N. Kellogg, where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. tonight. Please omit flowers. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mr, George Donovan 1018 S. Cedar St. Funeral services: 10 A.M., SATURDAY St. Patrick's Church Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening and Friday where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Friday. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery, ACON SQUARES GROUND BEEF lb. -...lb. 29* 39< Tins 45c 89c Swiff* Brookfi.ld Pur« ROUTE 41 ABINGDON Pork Link Sausag Wilson's Cora King Bacon, Sliced — FREE QUARTER BEEF r All you have to do ii register. Given away Oct. 31 [ S 3 -lb. 55* -lb, layers 59* Baby Beef Liver ~Jb. 29* Dried Beef Pickled Pigs Feet - FOL E Yi mortuary. • Broad Dial 1910 HONS. Chamber! Pial Vi lb» oka* 31* I MR - ALBER,]C B0WE ' Pal ° Alu> < Calif - Fun « ral * lb, jar 29* WUioo'f 5mok*d Shankless Picnics, whole ..lb. 390 Puckett Powzu ofiiciaUng. Liflwood- Friends evening V

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