Des Moines Tribune from Des Moines, Iowa on November 13, 1981 · 6
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Friday, November 13, 1981
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i' ' r m ii Tj i ii in in ii in in i iiim m 111111111 m iihihiimiii iiiiih DES MOINES TRIBUNE Fri., November 13, 1981 D: & . mr .w. ! ' - I: ERNEST JENNINGS WALTER H. BIDDLE Services for Walter H. Biddle, 85, of Mitchellville will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Mitchellville Christian Church. Burial will s- , ... i . i -ii D in wmcneuviue Vi Cemetery. Mr. Biddle died of a heart attack Thursday at home. A native of kBondurant, he lived I in the Mitchellville area most of his life. He was a retired walter m. farmer and biddle carpenter and a member of Mitchellville Christian Church, Mitchellville American Legion and Mitchellville I0OF. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a daughter, Helen Stroup of Mitchellville; two sisters, Mrs. Roy Miller of Des Moines and Bertha Atkinson of Pueblo, Colo.; a brother, Conley of Des Moines; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Mitchellville Christian Church Building Fund. Friends may call at the Mitchellville Funeral Home. ERNEST JENNINGS Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Dahlstrom Funeral Home for Ernest Jennings, 76, of 171 N. Pleasant Hill Blvd. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery , in Pleasant Hill. Mr. Jennings died of cancer -'Wednesday at Parkridge Manor, 4755 Parkridge Ave. A native of Laclede, Mo., he lived in Des Moines 60 years and was a retired welder for Artistic Manufacturing Corp. Survivors include his wife, Georgia; two sons, Floyd of Mitchellville and Troy of Altoona; a daughter, Lorene Dishman of Pleasant Hill; two brothers, Raymond and Jasper, both of Des Moines; 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home until 9 tonight. VIRGINIA MAXINE HATCH Virginia Maxine "Ginger" Hatch, 61, of Vancouver, Wash., and formerly of Des Moines died of cancer Wednesday in Vancouver. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Dunn's Funeral Home. Intombment will be in Resthaven Mausoleum. She was born in Des Moines and imovtd to Virginia maxine Vancouver in 1980. hatch a retired accountant for the Iowa Beer and Liquor Control Department, she was a member of First Southern Baptist Church in Orchards, Wash. Survivors include her husband, Raymond F.; two sons, Larry Plew and Robert Plew, both of Vancouver; a brother, Harry C. Stotts of Des Moines; two sisters, Alice Thomas of Des Moines and Mary Lou Niemann of Milwaukee, Wis.; and five grandchldren. Visitation will be Sunday at the funeral home. CASE DeHAAN The Tribune's lows News Service PELLA, IA. - Case De Haan, 58, of Pella died Thursday at the Pella Community Hospital after an illness of several months. He had been superintendent of Plant No. 2 at Vermeer Manufacturing Co. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at First Christian Reformed Church here, with burial in Oakwood Cemetery. Survivors include his wife Nelly, six sons, two daughters, 15 grandchildren , four brothers and four sisters. 3W Jsd ETHEL NELSON GLENN Services for Ethel Nelson Glenn, 58, of 915 Wolcott Ave., who died of an aneurysm Wednesday at Mercy Hospital Medical vcuici, win uc i p.m. Saturday at Hamilton's Funeral Home. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery. A lifelong I resident of Des 4 li Moines, she was the office manager of ethel nelson Ruan Leasing Co.'s glenn accounting department. She was a member of First Lutheran Church. Survivors include two daughters, Karen Hansen and Kathy Glenn, both of Des Moines; a brother, Harold Nelson of St. Paul, Minn., and a grandson. Friends may call at the funeral home. SHERMAN C. GRAY Sherman C. Gray, 75, of 3521 S.E. Fifth St. died of a heart ailment Thursday at Des Moines General Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Southtown Funeral Home. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery. A lifelong resident of Des Moines, he was a retired foreman for J.P. White Cement Co. He was a member of Eagles Lodge and a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his sister, Inez Fryer of Winterset; a brother, William of San Diego, Calif., and a half-sister, Goldie Robbins of Norwalk. Friends may call at the funeral home. Reagan calls; tot's parents thank him CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. (AP) - Mark and Julie Beckett got a chance Thursday night to thank President Reagan personally for helping make it possible for their 3 V2 -year-old daughter, Katie, to go home from the hospital. Reagan called the Becketts after the government announced that Katie would be allowed to be cared for at home without losing federal help to pay for her medical care. Reagan had dramatized the child's plight at his news conference earlier in the week. Julie Beckett said the president "said he had seen Katie on television, and said 'Katie is a beautiful girl.' He wanted to make sure we were all right. He said, 'I hope you're holding up under the strain.' " Mark Beckett said Reagan "was concerned because the press found out Katie's identity and was concerned about the exposure taking a toll on us. We told him it was taking its toll, but that was the least of our worries." Julie Beckett said the president's action "was tremendous. We think so much of him, and he has done so much for us." Katie has been hospitalized since she was 5 months old because of a respiratory problem that developed after she was stricken with viral encephalitis. Doctors say the child can be treated at home, but until Thursday, federal Medicaid payments for the expensive treatment would have been cut if she had left St. Luke's Hospital. When she heard that her daughter at last could come home, Julie Beckett hopped in her car and "cried all the way" to the hospital. "I pulled up next to a policeman and I thought, 'Oh no, he's going to stop me. He thinks it's some hysterical woman.' 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BASSETT BEDROOM Inchxles Dresser, mirror, chest, full or queen headboard. 4-pc. Suggested retail $999 95 Disposal Price Now 374 BERKSHIRE DINETTES I One of the nation's finest values. 5-pc. set includes: ta- l We with walnut look top and four padded chairs. Sug gested retail 1189.95 Disposal Pried Now '77 FRANKLIN LIVING ROOM 4 pc Colonial styled group top value factory list price tU95. Disposal Price Now '792 SAYE-SAVE-SAVE SOFA, LOVESEAT, CHAIR and OTTOMAN Ad tailored in 100 Kerculon. Al four pieces. Suggested retail $599 95 Disposal Price Now '168 Don't Miss This 'Once In a Lifetime" Event Shop the BIG FURNITURE DISPOSAL SM8S TODAY! Furnitur manufacturers and bedding factories have bn brought together for 3 day for the greatest furniture sale In history. The huge 30,000 Sq. ft. Sav-On Furniture Store Is ammed with. . . . ONE MILLION DOLLARS worth of quality furnishings that must be sold. This is a rare opportunity, so make plans to purchase your new furniture at Guaranteed . . . 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IMPORTANT This sale is being arranged and conducted by Furniture Factory, Miami, Florida which has arranged, thru its subsidiary to serve you before, during and after the sale. rime Furniture Inventory 0 Sofa Lamps Loveseats Chairs Swivel Rockers Living Room Tables ' Dining Room Waterbeds Recliners Occasional Tables Bedding Bedroom Suites ' Dinettes Recliners Chinas Sofa Sleepers Mattresses HotelMotel Deciding Mattress and lox Springs Ortho-Pedic Extra Firm from the contract bedding division, all sizes. Prhed to Sell On Siaht 10PC SENSATIONAL SECTIONAL Choice of Colors, Choice of Fabric Many to choose from '266 Complete LAMPS Many styles. Most with 3-way switches. List prices to $79.95 Disposal Wee froej Mest Dispose 500 ?i Sight I 6-Pc. Rex. Room Sot Induces sofa, chev, otto-rwr, coHn fcfati and 2 vnd tablts. Rustic wood with vinyl and Hwcuton roveriibla cushions. Sugg. Retail $599.99 Disposal Price 186 lfetDttBoeeM00 ODDS & ENDS love Soots. Chairs. Ottomans, On ot a kind, tc. Disposal Price From Sjtpoo SAVf-SAVf THE PLAY PIT 10 Pt. Modular. Many Colors. Many Stylos. $999 Value ' only '482 SOFA SLEEPERS AH styles. Fabrics from Herculon to Velvet. Ms9ulMcFri M57 Must Dispose 96 EARLY AMERICAN GROUP Beautiful Herculon fabric. Sofa, Chair, Loveseat, Ottoman. 4 Pes. $238 Recliners Many tailored in nyton and Naugo-hyde. Values up to $289.95. Dit?al rkd fratst '79 Must Dispose lOO Contemporary Living Room Beautiful 5-pc. set in oui tfilmi mutti-twied Herculon. Sofa, love-seat, chair, ottoman and a rocliner. Compare at $799.95 Disposal Price 399 5-pc. END TABLES-COFFEE TAELES CONTEMPORARY Tables W storage. Sot of 3 Only 69 Bassett DINING ROOM All PRICE Must Dispose of 2 Trwckloads 4 Pc. COLONIAL GROUP LoriQ wra incj Arrtron i Nyton Fabric. Many Patterns to Choose From $387 Litton Living Room Beautiful quality at a price you can afford. Nyton ftinls, with low- I bock Sradnionof styeng. Sugg. Rvtai S699.95 Disoosal Price 388 1 QlBQjTlC

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