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Adams County Free Press from Corning, Iowa • Page 10

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I Obituaries WILLIAM R. ANDERSON William Richard promi-: nent Adams County Greater passed away at the Community pitel in Creston, Towa, Sunday, July vi 11, 1948 at the age of 65 years. 2 months and 7 days, following an illness of two weeks, death due to coronary thrombosis followed by a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Anderson was the son of Millard F.

and Electa Anderson, born May 4, 1883, at Corning. Iown. His family resided in Corning and he attended school there until the 10th grade when Byron B. Stanley ATTORNEY and ABSTRACTER Adams County Abstract Co. Phone 24-- -Corning, Ia.

his family moved to a farm 4 miles! north of Prescott. He attended Simpson College at Indianola, lowa. where he took a business course. As he was always interested in farming. he he decid-1 led to make it his life's work and after finishing his college course, he married Linnie L.

Campbell on November 8, 1905, and with the exception of six years they have lived in their present home west of Prescott. Mr. Anderson: Joined the Prescott Methodist church when a young man. He leaves to mourn his passing his devoted wife; son. Kenneth William: his daughter, Mrs.

Helen Gray of Arlington, Virginia: sister, Mrs. Grace Jose of Fox Lake, Minnesota; two -sisters. Dr. Susan Schaus and Miss Nettie Anderson both of Dea Molnes; two hull-brothers, Millard D. (Bud) and Ransom of Prescott.

two grandchildren. DeAnn Kay and Richard Kenneth Anderson. Mr. Anderson has been a loving devoted husband and father and his life working towards improving farm both in beauty and productivity. Having lived near Prescott for 50 years, he has gained the respect admiration of the entire Extreme Fatigue is often accompanied by nerve strain, insomnia, irritability and mental depression.

IT MEANS A SICK NERVOUS SYSTEM. This office should be FIRST on your calling list, for in such cases, OUR CHIROPRACTIC RARELY FAILS. J. C. PENNEBAKER CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Office Phone 93 Residence Phone 61 Corning- -Iowa and he will be greatly missed by his many relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held Wednesday. July 14, at the Methodist Church, Prescott, Iowa, at 2 p. conducted by Rev. V. A.

Bloomquist with Rev. Arthur Henry assisting. Music was furnished by Miss Hoskinson and Mr. Gene Hoskinson with Mrs. Gene Hoskinson as pianist.

Pall bearers were Glenn James, Forest Polson, Marvin Knapp. Glen Fisher, Geo. Riley and John Brown. Walnut Grove Interment Cemetery, was made Corning, in Ia. the Relatives attending from out of town were Mr.

and Mrs. Irving Palmer and Olive Morris from Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schaus and Miss Nettle Anderson from Des Moines; Mr.

and Mrs. Harry Jose, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jose, Mr. and.

Mrs. Alfred Jose from Fox Lake, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. George Snodgrass from Red Oak; and Mr. and Mrs.

D. E. Brown from Creston, town. and i JAMES CULLEN spent James Cullen, Cass County resident his of the Reno vicinity, passed away many. Mercy, 8, at Hospital the age at of 82 Council years, Bluffs 1 month July! and 19 days.

He had been 111 for several months, following a stroke in February. Mr. Cullen was born in Brimfield, Illinois, May 24, 1866, the 5011 of Nich-: Margaret Cullen. He second of 12 children, two of whom died in infancy in Illinois. The family moved to Cass County when Mr.

Cullen was 6 years old, and he has resided there on a farm all his life. He WAS united in marriage to Cathryn J. Barry at St. Patrick's church in Massena, Iowa, by Rev. Fr.

J. Enright, theirs being double wedding with Patrick Barry and Ella Hickok. Two sons were born to this union. Bernard and Russell. Bernard preceded his father in denth February He leaves to mourn his passing.

his and three children, Edward, Anita wife, Cathryn, his son, Russell, his wife Kenneth, Mrs. Bernard Cullen and 6 children, Cyril, Theresa, Rita, Barbara, Philip and Bernard and one great grandchild, Kay Cullen, and five brothers. Peter, Mark, Mike, Morgan, and Lawrence and oue sister, Mrs. Mary JAMES CULLEN PORTRAITS That Please Janky Rongish of Gretna. Nebr.

Two brothers, Ambrose and William, and one sister, Emma Curry, preceded him in death. Mr. Cullen was very friendly and kindly in manner taking great delight in his grandchildren, and Interested in all his friends. He was highly respected In the community for his honesty, good judgment and Christianity. Funeral services were held in St.

Timothy's Church in Reno at 9:30 Friday morning, July 16, 1948. The mass was read by Rev. Robert Walsh, assisted by Reverends D. Dower. Jas.

Muckin, and Chas. Saunders. Acting pull bearers were Lawrence, Peter. Mark and Mike Cullen, and two nephews, Jue and Ambrose Cullen. Burial was in St.

Timothy's Cemetery at Rello. Relatives from a distance attendiug the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crillen of Omnha: Mr. and Mrs.

Peter Cullen of Creston; Mrs. Mary Rongish of Gretna, Mr. and Mrs. rence Cullen of Orient: Mr. and Mrs.

Mark of Adair: A consin, Wiilam Jay of Moorhead, Afr. and Mrs. Jas. Barry of Creston: Mr. and Mrs.

Mike Barry, and A number of nieces and nephews. Other -town friends and relatives who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Jas: Hatton of Corning: Mr. and Mrs.

Emmert Barry of Creston; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ragan of Des Moines; Mrs. Edwin Mack and Carolyn Ann, Mr. and Mrs.

Royal Rusco and son Jimmie of Lenox: Mrs. John McLaughlin and Joe. Mrs. Mary Sweeney and Cathryn Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs.

John Plowman and Mrs. Wm. Sweeney, Mike Connors, all of Creston: Mrs. Frank Wickham of Orient: Stan Ronsheck and daughters of ha: Mr. and Mrs.

Art Devine of Des Molnes: Mrs. Louls Schultz, and daughter of Council Bluffs: and Wm. Jay of Moorhead, Minn-: Mr. And Mrs. Ine Waters of Creston.

GRACE ELLEN WILKINSON Grace Ellen, daughter of James and Martha Warren, was born May 2, 1871. Illinols. She passed away Wednesday, July 14, 1948 at 11:40 111. In Iowa, aged 77 venrs, 2 months and 9 days. She came to Iowa at the age of eleven years, and has since lived in this state.

On November 24, 1892, she was married to Charles Lewis Wilkinson in Montgomery County. Mr. Wilkinson followed the occupation of farming, A11d they resided in Mills. Taylor. gomery and Adams.

countics. Seven children were born to this anion. five sons and two daughters. Mrs. Wilkinson was preceded in death by her husband, as well as one son, Arthur Raymond.

The surviving children ere: Marion, Mason City, Harold, Brooks, Iowa; Darrell. Nebraska: Orville. Prescott, Iowa; Mrs. Enna Lawrence, Brooks, Towa; Mrs. Faye Colliss, Des Moines, Iowa.

DE From EVERY There's a The Car of in your future, the Year! WWh sidewall fires araliable of extra cost. 1949 SEE IT TODAY AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S! RUBEN BROS. MOTOR CO. PHONE 202 IOWA She Is also survived by one brother. John Warren, and one sister, Mrs.

Nettie Babbitt: 46 grandchildren. reltives and friends. Mrs. Wilkinson was affiliated with the Methodist Church. She was a good wife and mother, and her presence in the family clrele will be greatly missed.

Funeral services were held Saturday. July 17, 1948, In the 'Christian Church in Henderson. Iowa, at 2:30 conducted by Rev. Lee of Elliott. Pall bearers were: Warren Templeton.

Loren Templeton, Eldon Templeton. Harold Wilkinson. Roylan Wilkinson and Marvin Lawrence. Interment was made in Henderson Cometery. CHURCHESE Lincoln Center Church Rev.

A. Breeling, Pastor Worship Service 9:45 41. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m.

Ilighland Federated Church Sunday School will begin at 10:30: every Sunday. Everyone Is cordially In-; vited. CHURCH OF CHRIST Mrs. Vernon Avaux, Supt. Communion Services, 9:50 Sunday School at 10:00 Worship Service at 11:00 Fair Virw Church Pastor, Rev.

Willey Morning Warship 10:00 A. Sunday School 11:00 A. M. Scott Libby will give the sermon, Sunday morning. Carl Methodist Church L.

V. McEleney, Pastor Morning worship at 14:00 A. M. Church School 11:00 A. M.

This Youth Group wish to thank all for their splendid co-operation. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Stuart C. Davis. Pastor Sunday Schnol 10:00 A. M.

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Evening Service 8:00 P. Bible Study and Prayer meeting Wednesday 8:00 P. M.

Mt. Elna Methodist Church Rev. L. V. McEleney, Pastor Church School 10:00 A.

M. Worship Service 11:00 A. M. Sermon: "The Church Dynamic." Indianola Institute. Aug.

9-14. This Youth Group wish to thank all for their splendid co-operation, Seventh Day Adventist Church Pastor, H. H. White Mt. Etna.

Iowa. Visits twice monthly 2nd and 4th Saturdays. Sabbath School 2:00 p. m. Worship service 3:00 p.m.

Everyone welcome GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH D. E. Steinfort, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 A. M. We meet in the basement of the Church of Christ.

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Evening Service 8:00 p. m. Mid- Prayer Service, Wednesday, 8:00 p.

m. Zion Presbylerian Church Rev. Ed Reimer, Pastor Sunday School at 9:30. F. A.

Hedinger, Supt. Church Services at 10:30. A welcome awaits you at Adams County's oldest church, the little white church in the vale. Carbon Free Methodist Church James Gallogly. Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.

M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A. M. Young Peoples Service 7:30 P. M.

Evening Evangelistic Service, 8:00 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday. 7:30 P. M.

FEDERATED CHURCH Rev. Lawrence Murphy, Pastor 10.00 a. m. 11:00 Church Services Sermon theme: Large Lessons from Little Children. Parents and Infants especially invited to attend.

Prizes to the Best Babies. Service conducted by T. B. Turner. Address of Rev.

Mrs. Murphy until the 28th. is Columbia. Thurman Murphy. Washington St.

They will be back in Corning by August Ist to take up the work here Salem Church of the Brethren Leland F. Grove, minister Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.

Union Youth Fellowship will meet at Stringtown Thursday night Marjorte Higgins and Carolee Duncan: are in charge of the program. Work has begun in the church basement to make some minor changes in equipment and to redecorate Anyone: who wishes to assist with this work is: welcome ta work at any tine. Mrs. Gerald Rogers is chairman of the "improvement" committee. First Lutheran ('hurch-Strand Herbert IT.

Stahnke. pastor Divine services on Sunday at 0:15 2. m. Holy communion will be celebrated in this service. Announcements will be taken before the services.

On August 1st the Walther Leagues of the Council Bluffs Circuit will have ja picnic at Viliisca. All of the Strand young folks are invited to attend. The Ladies Aid will meet on Wednes. das July in the church parlors. with Mrs.

Walter Stewart as hostess. The Sunday School meets after every services Bring your children to church and Sunday School. You owe this to your child. NODAWAY CIRCEIT Rev. Rowe.

pastor Nodaway Sundar School every Sunday 10:00. Preaching Service every Sunday 11. Jr. League every Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship every Sunday evening at 7:00.

Maple Grove (Guss) Preaching Service Sunday at 10:00. Sunday School every Sunday at 10:40 Youth Fellowship every Sunday evening at 6:45. North Grove Starting next Sunday. July 25. 1948 Sunday School every Sundar at 10:00 Preaching Service every Sunday at 12:15, SOCIETY.

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tucker and! Phyllis of Brooks come Thursday evening to the home of hals mother. Atrs. Zephia Tucker, to help her orate her birthday, which wits that day.

Angel (uod cake and fee cream were enjoyed. and they presented airs. Tucker with a nice glit. CD.A MEETING The regular meeting of the Catholic Daughters of Aluerica was hold Wednesday evening. July 14, at the K.

C. Hall. Mrs. Tom Hogan. Vice Grand.

Regent, was in charge. After the bust-, the committee furnished some enJoyable games. Mrs. Walter Jones was winner of the prizes. Re-.

freshments of ice tea, tee cream and wafers were enjoyed. DINNER GUESTS Dinner guests in the Kenneth Gentle home last Wednesday were Dr. and Mrs. R. D.

Short of Watsekn, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Ev Amdor and Esther Lefpert. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs.

Date Amdor, their daughter Rita and husband from Masand Belt Amdor. A birthday enke was enjoyed. in of Carol Ann Gentle, whose birthday was July 15th, SHOWER A shower held at. the H. C.

Jackson home Wednesdny nfternoon. honored Miss Mnry McCarty of Redwood Falls. Minnesota, and Clarence Jackson, who will be married August. 17 at Redwood Falls. About 75 guests were present.

and the afternoon was spent playing appropriate games. The honored guests! then opened the many lovely and all ful gifts which had been presented to them by the group. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, IF NOT PLEASED, your 35c back, druggist for this STRONG fungicide.

ME Made with 99 percent alcohal, IL PENETRATES. Reaches and kills MORE germs faster. Today at McCLELLAND DRUG STORE. The Farm Bureau Spray To Apple Trees it's tuue to apply a cover spray for control of second brood codling moths on all apples such as Wealthy or later ripening varieties. County Extension people told Adams county fruit growers this week.

Orchard spray cards, giving directions for properly mixing and application of the spray hate bren sent county orchardists, Only trees with fruit need to be sprayed, according to information from Iowa State extension culturist Ed Colt. Observe the fruit closely after spraying. IC quite a few worms are entering the fruit. put nanther cover spray att winter varieties about two weeks after the first appli'cation. Plum nudi peach trees may also be treated with the cover spray.

New COLONIAL ALL PURPOSE FURNACE BURNS 3 Colonial's DeLuxe forced -i: heating unit mas hand or stoker fired. converted from coal to gas oil. Luxurious warmth rca. service. CUMMINGS HDWE.

Phone 97 Corning, Ta, GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE 4 sale price Dorothy Perkins DEODORANT regular $1.00 jar NOW lax Limited Time retards perspiration creamy 16H antisepte greaseless stainless non-irritating fragrant TURNER'S 10 Here's How We Feel About It Whenever we are called up: on to serve we feel a deep responsibility to the family. Consequently every service conducted by this organization is marked by attention to detail, and genuine interest. PHONE We strive to show every consideration possible. 156 BOYD ROLAND CO. FUNERAL HOME NODAWAY AND SEVENTH STS.

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