The Daily Herald from Chicago, Illinois on March 5, 1973 · Page 8
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Atvin Behrens Alvln Behrens, 81, of M6 S. Highland Aw.. Arlington Height*, expired Friday morning In hi* home. A reddest of Arlington Height* for 31 yean, be wa* born Aug. 6.1891, In Elk Grove Township. Mr. Behrens wai a retired laborer for the Arlington Creamery Packaging Co. Funeral service* will be held at 11 a.m. today in Lauterburg and Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Height*. Officiating win be the Rev. Robert S. McDonald of St. John United Church of Christ. Arlington Heights. Burial win be in St. John's Cemetery, Arlington Heights. Surviving are his widow, Gertrude, nee Basse; daughter, Mrs. Melba (John) Pffigel of Elk Grove Village; son, Erhng G. and daughter-in-law, Florence Behrens of Lake Zurich; two grandchildren, Laura Pingel and Ronald Behrens; sister, Mrs, Mathilda Huebner of Des Plaines, and two brother*, August and Herman Behrens, both of Dec Plaines. Contribution* may be made to your favorite charity. Harry R. Wollgren Funeral service* for Harry R. Woll- gren, 80, a resident of Hoffman Estates for the hurt four years, formerly of Brookfleld, HI., for « years, were held Saturday morning In Johnson Funeral Home, Brookfleld. The Rev. E. Hawkins of Faith Lutheran Church, Brookfleld, officiated. Burial was In Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemetery, Elmhurst. Mr. WoDgren, a retired tool and die maker for Grand Sheet Metal* Co., was born Feb. 14,1899, In Chicago. Surviving are his widow, Adeline, nee Scherfflus; daughter, Mrs. Mildred (Frank) Lovisa of Chicago; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren, and a brother, George and sister-in-law, Mae WoUgren. Memorial donations may be made to Faith Lutheran Church, Brookfleld. Mitchell M. Rossett Mitchell M. Rossett, 73, of Rte. l, Prairie View, a retired farmer died Thursday in Highland Park Hospital, Highland Park. He was born June 12, 1900. in Northbrook. Funeral service* were held Saturday afternoon in Kelley and Scalding Funeral Rome, Highland Park. The Rev. Darrell Sampel of Northshore United Methodist Church, Glencoe, officiated. Burial was in Willow Lawn Cemetery, Half Day, 111. Preceded in death by his wife, Mabel K. on Feb. 22, »73, survivors Include a brother. John Rossett; · sister, Mrs. Mary Schmidt; three niece* and two newphews. William L. Hanson Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. today In Milward Funeral Directors, 159 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky., for Wfl- liam L. Hanson, 51, of 1440 Forest Ave., Des Plaines. Interment will be In Hillcrest Cemetery, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Hanson, a sales analysis for American Cyanamid Co. in Nlles, died Thursday in Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge. A veteran of World War n, U.S. Army, he was born Jan. 30,1922, in Lexington. Ky. Surviving are his widow, Martha A. W., nee Wellman; daughter, Heidi E.; son. David W.. both at home, and mother. Mrs. Effle Hanson of Lexington, Ky. A funeral service for Mr. Hanson was held at 2 p.m. yesterday afternoon in Oehler Funeral Home. Lee and Perry streets. Des Plaines. The Rev. Howard Leach officiated. William M. Godknecht William Michael Godknecht, 79, of 4611 N. Claremont Ave., Chicago, formerly of Palatine, died Friday morning in Ravenswood Hospital, Chicago. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today in Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, 201 N. Northwest Hwy., Palatine. The Rev. Glenn Gumm of Gtenview will be officiating. Burial will be in Randhffl Park Cemetery, Palatine. Mr. Godknecht was a retired rate clerk and traffic manager for the Elgin-Joliet and Eastern Railroads, with 38 years of service. Upon retiring in 1961, Mr. Godknecht was one of two freight rate anaryiats in the City of Chicago. He was born July 2, 1893, in Palatine, where he lived until moving to Chicago in 1952. He was a life long member of St. Paul United Church of Christ in Palatine. Surviving are 'his widow, Ethel C., nee Grandy; daughters, Mrs. Irene (Roy) Hardin of Mount Prospect and Mrs. Shirley (Richard) Yeager of Union Lake, Mich.; son, William of Laguna Beach, Calif.; 11 grandchildren; three great- grandchildren; two sisters, Margaret Godknecht of Palatine and Mrs. Emma Hall of San Antonio, Tex.; a brother, John G. of The Dells, Ore., and several nieces and newphews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Margaret Godknecht. Family requests, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Paul United Church of Christ, 144 E. Palatine Rd., Palatine. Louis B. Andersen Louis B. Andersen, 75, of 105 Cherry- hills Rd., Harrington, died Saturday in Highland Park Hospital, Highland Park, after an extended illness. He was born Aug. 15,1897, in Niles, HI. Mr. Andersen was the owner and president of L. B. Andersen and Co., Inc. in Wheeling, since 1921. He was a member of the Northwest Surburban Board of Realtors. Visitation is today from 3 to 10 p.m. in Haire Funeral Home, Northwest Highway and Vail Avenue, Arlington Heights, where funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Officiating will be the Rev. John Usry of Congregational Church of Deerfleld. Burial will be in Ridgewood Cemetery, Des Plaines. Surviving are his widow, Anna, nee Huber; daughter, Mrs. Ellen (Richard W.) Carlson of Deerfleld; three grandchildren, Terry Speidel of Chicago, Jean Bender of Northbrook and Craig Carlson of Deerfleld; one great-grandchild; a brother, Otto Andersen of Florida, and two sisters, Mrs. Katherlne Hansen of Crystal Lake and Mrs. Violet Pfeiffer of Woodstock. Family requests, please omit flowers. Contributions may be made to the Cong r e g a t i o n a l Church of Deerfield, Deerfield, HI. Manuel M. Terrazas Helen L. Nelson Funeral services for Manuel M. Terrazas, 23, of 196 Rand Rd., Palatine, formerly of San Antonio, Tex., will be held today in Memorial Funeral Home, 1614 El Paso St., San Antonio, Tex. Burial will be in a local cemetery. Manuel was pronounced dead on arrival early Thursday morning at Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights, apparently from Injuries sustained when he was struck by a car on Rand Road near Dundee Road in Palatine. Manuel, who was employed at Caylton Max in Lake Zurich, was born March 25, 1949, in Detroit, Mich. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Ceclia, Martinez, Terrazas of San Antonio, Tex., and an aunt, Mrs. Marian T. Pena of Palatine. Funeral arrangements were made by Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, Palatine. Mathias Schmidt Funeral Mass for Mathias Schmidt, 84, of Toledo, Ohio, formerly of 833 N. Ridge Ave., Arlington Heights, who died Friday in Toledo ,0hio, will be said at 10 a.m. today in St. James Catholic Church, 841 N. Arlington Heights Rd., Arlington Heights. Burial will be in St. Michael the Archangel Cemetery, Palatine. Mr. Schmidt, who was born July 1, 1888, in Hungary, was a veteran of the Mexican War, and during the 1920's he played in the John Phillip Sousa Band. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Suzanne (the late Conrad) Neumann of Arlington Heights, Mrs. Barbara (Gustave) Link, of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Alice (John) Hardy of Northbrook; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Katherine, nee Loch. Contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Home for the Aged, Toledo, Ohio. Haire Funeral Home, Northwest Highway and Vail Avenue, Arlington Heights, is in charge of the funeral arrangements. Funeral services for Mrs. Helen L. Nelson, 72, nee Dale, of 203 Richards Dr., Palatine, will be held at 11 a.m. today in Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, 201 N. Northwest Hwy., Palatine. The Rev. Dennis V. Griffin of Christ Lutheran Church, Palatine, will be officiating. Burial will be in Acacia Park Cemetery, Chicago. Mrs. Nelson, a resident of Palatine for about 14 years, died Friday in her home. She was born Oct. 11,1900, in Milwaukee, Wis. Preceded in death by her husband, Gibby, survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Marjory (Warren) Colclesser of Palatine, and a brother, James and sister-in-law, Edna Dale of Northlake. The following lunches will be served Tuesday in area schools where a hot lunch program is provided (subject to change without notice): DJsl. 214: Main dish (one choice) pizza casserole, beef-burger In a bun, wiener in a bun. Vegetable (one choice) scalloped potatoes, buttered peas. Salad (one choice) fruit juice, tossed salad, cole slaw, molded gelatin salads. Italian bread, butter and milk. Available desserts: peach halves, orange gelatin, cream puff, prune cake and gingersnap cookies. Dtot til: Italian sausage on a roil or hamburger on a bun; buttered potatoes, spiced apple ring, sliced pineapple and milk. Available desserts: homemade butter cookie, eclairs, chocolate pudding and gelatin. Dist 12S: Beef stew with vegetables, rolls and butter or hamburger on a bun with parsley potatoes; cote slaw, milk and Juice. Dist IS: Beef barbecue on a bun, buttered corn niMeta, rosy applesauce, chocolate pudding and milk. Dtot 13: French hot dog, mustard, catsup, onion, buttered rice, chilled fruit, frosted pound cake and milk. Dtat »: Baked chicken, mashed po- tatoea and gravy, buttered corn, bread, butter, lemon pie and milk. Dist M art Bt Emily Catholic School: Hamburger on a bun, "Tster Tots," catsup, fruit cup, snkkerdoodle cookie and milk. Dtot a. M, M'I wmew Grove, tt't 99mmmmmmtmmmt l^mmAmmmt BBt^h m*mmmttmm*t ** · iroqvois jiBivr tnfm, i«nrai» Maple, P l a l a f l e 4, CuBkeriart a* Nerlh schools: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, bread, margarine, milk and a candy treat. Cleaitreek CtMer - Retttaf Meadows: Spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, breed, butter, fruit cup, milk, cookie and Juice' «··«*! A. KM Cetj.tr - Palate: Stuffed meat loaf with gravy, corn O'Brien, homemade wheat brawl, butter, cookie and milk. lauiaaMl Utkeran Sckeel - Palatine: Creamed chicken in toast cups, buttered Virgil Clifton Neal Virgil Clifton Neal, 51, a resident of 271 Newport, Hoffman Estates, for eight years, and a district manager for ·Phil- lips Petroleum with 20 years of service, died suddenly Friday in Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights, after a short illness. He was born Oct. 31,1921, in Megargil, Tex., and was a veteran of World War II. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. today in Reynolds Funeral Home, Minco, Okla. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Minco. Surviving are his widow, Elsie, nee Vesser; three sons, Barton, Brent and Barry, all at home; parents, Bernice and Grace Neal of Garland, Tex.; brother, Clifford of Terral, Tex., and two sisters, Mrs. LaVerne Ross of Garland, Tex., and Mrs. Burch Dille of Wichita, Kans. He was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne. Funeral arrangements were made by Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, Schaumburg. William C. Seegers William C. Seegers, 68, of Rt. 1, Box 258-D, Lake Placid, Fla., formerly of 1500 Lincoln Ave., Des Plaines, died Wednesday in Lake Placid, Fla. He was born March 14, 1904, and was a retired construction laborer. Funeral services win be held at 1 p.m. today in Oehler Funeral Home, Lee and Perry streets, Des Plaines. The Rev. Allen H. Fedder of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Des Plaines, will be officiating. Emtombment will be in Memory Gardens Mausoleum, Arlington Heights. Surviving are his widow, Laura, nee Gosch; sons, Paul of Indiana and Arnold of Des Plaines; daughters, Mrs. Myrtle (Dennis) Hayge of Des Plaines and Mrs. Dorothy (Richard) Rhodes of Marengo, 111.; eight grandchildren; two brothers, Emil of Marengo, 111., and Herbert of Florida, and four sisters, Mrs. Laura Dahraer of Arizona, Mrs. Martha Schorr of Des Plaines, Mrs. Emma Miller of Mount Prospect and Mrs. Josle Winkel- manof Woodstock. Family requests, in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lut h e r a n Hour or American Cancer Society. Section I Monday, March 5. 1973 THE HERALD Motor-tune Diagnostic TUNE-UP 6 c y l ( V - 8 $ 3 4 9 5 ) · E L E C T R O N I C ENGINE ANALYSIS · NEW PLUGS, POINTS CONDENSER · ALL LABOR ON TUNE-UP · GUARANTEED 6000 Ml - 120 D A Y S fr.nl S e r v i c e While You Wait Ope" Mori. - Sat mm r a s r iernce mnue tou wan (jpcn won. - j a r Motor-tune DIAGNOSTIC Des Plaines 956-7727 1267 S. Elmhurst Rd. :on Rt. 83, S. of Algonquin peas, peaches and milk. Dist M's Kildeer Countryside School: Spaghetti with meat sauce, french garlic bread, tossed salad, pineapple rice whip and milk. Dist «2'i Algonquin Junior High: Snake and bake chicken, whipped potatoes, buttered bread, applesauce and milk. Dist tZ't CMppewa Junior High: Piz- zaburger, french fries, chilled pears, gelatin and milk. Dist K's Forest Elementary: Oven fried chicken with rice, buttered beets, peaches and milk. Dist tz's Orchard Place Elementary: Oven roast turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberries, bread, butter, pineapple pudding and milk. Dist «t's Sooth Elementary: Baked chicken, peaches, mashed potatoes with gravy and milk. Dbt tz's Terrace Elementary: Homemade chicken vegetable soup and crackers, chicken salad sandwich, apple crisp and milk. Dist tz's West Elementary: Shake 'n bake chicken, whipped potatoes, buttered bread, applesauce and milk. Dist O'l Apollo Junior High: Most- accioli with meat sauce and cheese, tossed salad, gelatin, school made rolls, butter and milk. A la carte: Minestrone soup, assorted sandwiches, salads, cold drinks, and desserts. Dtot JOT'S Maine Township High School West: Chicken noodle soup, baked meat loaf or pork fritter; mashed potatoes and gravy, applesauce, biscuit with honey-butter and milk. Dbt JOT's Maine TOwnsUp High School East: Chicken gumbo soup, cheeseburger, french fries, hamburger, hot dogs, peas and carrots, salads and desserts. Dbt ztT's Maine Township High School North: Cup of beef-rice soup, oven fried batter-dipped chicken, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, mixed vegatablei, cole slaw, fresh prune muffin. A la carte: Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, french fries, pizzas, salads and desserts. AAO NTC O A/YE R Y WARD CATALOG OUTLET STORE 3225 KIRCHOFF RD. ROLLING MEADOWS (ACROSS FROM THE ROLLING MEADOWS SHOPPING CENTER) We're sorry, but no sales can be made on the** Super Specials without Coupons, so pliose-don't wiborriss both ef » ... preseel your ceupoiK with your purchase; one coupon per item per customer. Item quonMits where limited ore indicated in lock coupon. CPO JACKETS Ladies' SPRING SKIRTS OriginollytoSlO Limi » 2 COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 5 AND 6. ONlY Men's DRESS SHIRTS PERMANENT PRESS «V Blue - Brown - Blue Pattern · % , Six* Rang*: 14V4 -15 - 15)4 · to-16% Limit 3 V for COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH J AND 6, ONlY V A L U A B L E C O U P O N Ladies' QUILTED SLIPPERS 88* Size Range: S - M-1 Blue - Yellow - Pink Print Originally 2.34 COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 5 AND 6, ONLY Limit 1 V A L U A B L E C O U P O N LADIES' DUSTERS Originally to $4 Spring Summer ihadei Limit 2 COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 3 AND t. ONlY GIRLS' DRESSES Special Group Originally to 3.99 Sin Range 3-6X Limit? COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 3 AND 6. ONlY Ladies HondCr WHITE ONLY Limit 2 $1.50 COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 5 AND «, ONlY FASHION DECORATOR CURTAINS Originally to 14.44 Limit 3 COUPON GOOD MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH S AND 4. ONlY NEW MERCHANDISE RECEIVED AT REDUCED PRICES DAILY CATALOG ORDER DESK WANT TO ORDER FROM OUR CATALOG? ORDER IN PERSON OR CALL Over 100,000 items Delivery available HOURS WON. thru FRI. 9:30 to 9 SAT. 9:30 to 5:30. SUN. 11 to 5 CATALOG OVERSTOCKS SHOP EARLY- QUAHTITIES LIMITED Most sizes available in the sizes listed. Not every size in every color or style.

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