The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois on June 7, 1973 · 6
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The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois · 6

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THE DAILY DISPATCH Puotiihtd In Moline, in. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 DEATHS AND FUNERALS Former Alderman Glenn Folmar Dies Mrs. Stella Evans Emory P. Martin LYNDOX - Mrs. Stella' GEXESEO - Emorv P. Evans, 93, of Lyndon, died Martin, 91, of 728 South Center Wednesday at the Resthaven St., Geneseo, was found dead Xursing Hon.e in Morrison, I where she had resided for the Former Moline Aid. Glenn D. tions, Mr. Folmar was chosen last three jears. Folmar, 46, of Monroe, La., 'alderman from the Seventh Services will be at 1 p.m. died Wednesday in the Center (Ward. He served on the Moline Saturday at the Beardsley-Pavilion Hospital in Houston, City Council until December of Fielding Funeral Home in Tex. I that year, when he accepted a Chariton, Iowa. Burial w 1 1 1 be - . ... . . p . position as territory manager in in the Charilton Cemetery. services will be at Uie Had- M f Memphis saes visitation will be from 7 to ney Funeral Home, Mobile, branch of John Deere Co 9 Frjd Ala., at 2 p.m. Friday. The site, r,. ... of burial has not yet been Among the survibors are the' f pfr Funeral Home determined. .widow, two daughters, Ellen propl,etStown, is in charge of r . Susan, and a son, Kenneth, j loc. an-angoments. Mr. Folmar was born in at nome ! Stella Turnbull was born in Gadston, Ala. He married Jean ' jBlockton, Iowa. She married! Roberts on June 15, 1950. iGomer H. Evans, who died in1 . . .w r u...i. 11937. I Moving to Moline in 1963, he nnur nsief was employed by Deere & Co. .Ir. ., A as sales and service manager ALEXIS Arthur E. Alstedt, for the John Deere Plow & 77 Alexis, died Tuesday night EMORY P. MARTIX at his residence Wednesday morning. Death was apparently self - inflicted. A coroner's inquest will be conducted at a later date. Planter Works. In the April, 1971 city elec- TOPS' in Cottage Hospital, Galesburg. Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday in the McKnight Memorial Home in Alexis. Burial will be in Alexis Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Memorials may be made to the Alexis United Methodist! Church. She moved to Lyndon from' Services will be at 2 p.m. Fri-Chicago in 1955. day in the Wright Funeral Included among the survivors Home, Geneseo, with the Rev. are five sons. George, Des, Donald I. Bartholomew, pastor Moines; Bernal, Font an a, of the First Congregational Calif.; Donald, Chesterton, Ind.: , Church, officiating. Burial will David, Elkhart, Ind., and be in Sheffield Cemetery, lieserra Infant Jennifer Marie Beserra, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, Lyndon; 11 children, and a sister, Turnbull, Bedord, Iowa. grand-Buena mm fUfll ESTATE fl6EDCy "We did It again!" Mr. Alstedt was born in Moline. He married Frances Reem in Galesburg. Survivors include the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Leath, Galesburg, and Mrs. Wayne Larson, Knoxville; four sons, John, of Alexis, William, Moline, Edward and Joel, both of Galesburg; 18 grandchildren j funeral home until time of ser and seven great - grandchildren. 1 vice, Friends may call this afternoon and evening. He was born in Sheffield, the son of Paul and Emma Kinsman Martin. He married Victory McKey Feb. 20, 1906, in Wyanet. She died in 1964. He had lived Pickrel, 75, of ,tne last 22 years in Geneseo after his retirement from farming. He was a member of the Sheffield Methodist Church. The Rev. Gerald Oliver. L c.i tT7i, pastor of the Sherrard Pres-jda ht Mrs Jose Spind bytenan Church, will officiate. Ge grandchildren; Buna will be in Gil so n two t . gpSamnai a Cemetery, Gilson. sisteri Mrs Haze, Vistation will be at the 'Champaign, and two brothers. i Ravmond and Bert, both of Buda. Mrs. Elizabeth Steenburgh Mrs. Elizabeth Steenburgh, Burlington, Iowa, known professionally as Betty Fletcher, died June 1 at Burlington Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were Tuesday in Burlington. Burial was in Aspen Grove Cemetery. The former Elizabeth Pletscher was born in Monmouth. She was married to John Steenburgh March 14, 1913, in Aledo. He preceded her in death. SIia stiiriitvl art at Pnnlps Studio, Moline, Municipal Art ; H"e grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gallery, Davenport, the Chicago Beserra, Rock Island, and Art Institute, American Mr- and Mrs. David R. Ter- Kenneth Osborne Glenn CAMBRIDGE - Kenneth He married Mildred June 10, 1939 in Michael Beserra, 500 Railroad L. , . i,mnn!1 ofr hTi mi m!)in8 Calif., formerly of Kewanee and Michael, and three daughters, Kewanee. Franklin on Kewanee. Survivors include the widow; three sons, David, Robert, and after a brief illness at Univer sity Hospital in Iowa City. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Cemetery, East Moline. Arrangements are being han dled by DeRoo Funeral Home. Jennifer Beserra was born on May 22 in Illini Hospital, Silvis. Survivors include the parents; Cambridge, was killed in an.Shaaron, Linda and Debra, all automobile accident Wednesday of Ramona; 12 grandchildren; morning near Oregon, III. his step-father, Milem Robert- The body was brought to; son, Cambridge; two half. Stackhouse - Scheuneman brothers, James and La Vera Funeral Home in Cambridge, Robertson, both of Cambridge; where visitation will be from l a half-sister, Mrs. Glenn Engs-to 9 this evening. itrom, Galva, and a step-sister, The body will then be sent to, Mrs. Richard Nystrom, Gene-Ramona, where services and,se0- burial will be Monday. He was preceded in death by Mr. Ojsbome was born in! a daughter and a granddaughter. Mrs. Lucille L. Pichrel SHERRARD - Services for Mrs. Lucille L. Sherrard, who died Tuesday evening will be at 1 p.m. Friday in the Crummy Funeral Home, Viola. Mizen Academy. She also was an accomplished musician, performing at the Burlington Opera House, Augustana College and numerous other places. Mrs. Fletcher had a art studio In Chicago and exhibited many one-man shows in the United States and Europe. Her last exhibit was at the Hawk Eye in Burlington in 1972. Surviving are two sons, Richard M. Fletcher, Burlington, and Dr. Jackson P. Fletcher, Bellwood; five grandchil dren and one great - grand - daughter. Mrs. Minnie Minnaert great - grandfathers, Phillip Ponciano, East Moline, and Phillip Terronez, Silvis, and a paternal great - grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Perez, Moline. Mrs. John Edimrds T. Sunday 12 KOOH . 5 P.M.) Sears jP(MSgi)fe 18-In. Diagonal Measure Picture Color TV Sears Value Price Services for Mrs. Minnie Minnaert, 76, of 1518 W. Lombard St., Davenport, who died Wednesday in the Americana Nursing Center, will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in Holy Family Catholic Church, Davenport. Burial will be in Davenport Memorial Park. Visitation will be Friday at the Runge Mortuary, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Minnaert is survived by three sons, Leonard, of Walcott, Iowa, C. P., Ames, Iowa, and Eugene, RR 1, DLxon; seven grandchildren, and five great - grandchildren. Mrs. Elmer A. Gullberg Services for Mrs. Elmer A. ! Gullberg, 80, of 2736 17th Ave. Court, Moline, who died Tuesday, will be at 3 p.m. Friday in the First Congregational Church, Moline. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. There will be no visitation. No Trade in Required Big screen gives full viewing Keyed automatic gain control Automatic color purifier Use Sears Easy Payment Plan .., GUARANTEE fe? Free home service on any Scars-Silverlone color TV r'. g vith 13-in. or larwr 6rreen size (in-storc service on go all smaller screen sizes) if any part r tube proves -i delcrtivB within 'JO clays of sale, fret; replacement tube fumifibed if picture tube proves tltfective.with- - in iwo years; oilier iukcs ana pans one year, in- f?E stallation extra after 90 days, b Services for Mrs. John T. Edwards, 62, of 5214 11th Ave., Moline, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Miller Funeral Home, Metropolis. The site of burial has not yet been determined. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the Sullivan Mortuary, East Moline. Mrs. Edwards died Tuesday in Franciscan Hospital. Virginia R. Moran was born m Paducan, Ky. She married John Edwards in 1931. She is survived by the widower; a son, Ben Moran, Royal Oak, Mich.; three grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Williamson, C ar so n , Calif., and a brother, George Moran, Metropolis. 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