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WHS. AHTIIDR PAlfKMON MONMOUTH ~ Furteral services for Mrs. Arthur PnUcnon, IS, tho died Sunday at th« Robert Watson home, were held tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Molliday k Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev, Gary felt! of the First Baptist Church officiated, and Mrs. Jeanne/Swanson played organ 80' lections. Pallbearers were George Beasley, Eugene Hiett, Shirley Ischer, Arthur Klrby. Wilbur Quick and Dr. Mcrritt Jewell. Burial was in the Monmouth Cemetery. MRS. ELAINE GftfJBB Funeral services for Mrs, Elaine Grubb, 74, formerly of 1418 E. Knox St., who died Sunday, were held today at 1:30 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. Mrs. Harry Allender was organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. breath, Earl Stewart. Arnold Stonebeck and George Lewis Jr. Burial was iff the was Cemetery. Oquawka MRS. LEWIS SHAW MONMOUTH - Funeral services for Mrs. Lewis Shaw, $7, of Gladstone, who died Sunday at Burlington PMblic Hospital, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Gladstone Methodist Church, in charge of Rev. Walker Butler of Biggsville. Mrs. Margaret Dixon played organ music. Pallbearers were Everett Lewis, Raus France, Dale Bal- MftS, ROBfcRT WHALEN Funeral services for Mrs. Robert Whalen, so, of Dundee, a former resident of Altona, who died Monday at St. Joseph Hospital in Elgin, will be held Friday at 9:30 d. ft. at Wait Ross Allanson Funeral Chapel in Elgin and St. Catherine Church at Dundee. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchere Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at the funeral chapel Thursday at 9 p. m. The former Alma Pauline Nelson, was born Nov. 6, 1912, at Altona. Before she came to Dundee 12 yearrf ago, she also lived In Napanee, Ind., Freeport and Elgin. She was married to Robert J. Whalen Oct. 12, 1935. Mrs. Whalen was a member of St. Catherine Church. Survivors, besides the husband, include a daughter, Nancy Kay at home; two brothers, Carl of Kingsport, Tenn., Everett of Galesburg, and six sisters, Mrs. Ervin Roush of Dundee, Mrs. Anna Evans of Chicago, Mrs. Fred Anderson of Knoxville, Mrs. Corliss Sullivan of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Richard Denmore of Miami, Fla„ and Mrs. Andrew C. Merges of Lynbrook, N. Y. gatldnal Church and m§ a 1911 graduate Of Galesburg School. High Monuments and Mausoleums McFAlL MONUMENTS 3424542 AUTH ORIZED DEALER P Serf ices Jw Wallace B. War* Ellisville, III. a Funeral services: 10 A.M. - THPRSDAY w at the ROOT FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call this evening. Mr. Charles 1. Bainbridg Nekoma, 111. Funeral: li A.M. - THURSDAY FIRST & PUCKETT. REV. RAY MARQUITH. COMMITTAL: HENDERSON CEMETERY. Friends may call at the fu neral home this evening. Mrs. Laura A. Frymire 54 S. Prairie St. Funeral: 10:30 A.M. — FRIDAY, FIRST & PUCKETT. COMMITTAL: MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday evening. Mr. William F. Jamison 1393 N. Henderson St. Funeral: J:30 P.M. — FRIDAY FIRST & PUCKETT. DR. JOSEPH HOFFMAN and REV. RAY MARQUITH. Friends call at the funeral home Thursday evening, 96 North Giambi* St* gALfSBURG, llUNOft inn man IMS* VICTOR HARPMAN VICTORIA - Victor Harpman, 80/ of Victoria, died Tuesday about 5:30 p.m. at the Knox County Nursing Home in Knoxville, where he had been a patient since April 1953. He was born May 1, 1883, at Victoria. Funeral and burial services are pending at the Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel in Galva. MRS. JAMES CONNORS MONMOUTH — Mrs. James Connors, 73, of 1242 E. First Ave,, died this morning in a Galesburg hospital, where she had been a patient three days. She had been ill the past 12 years. The former Pauline L. Sherman was born Dec. 12, 1889, at Brimfield, and spent her early life and received her schooling in .Monmouth. She was married to James Connors Aug. 26, 1916, at Crown Point, Ind. She was member of the Methodist Church in Chicago. Surviving with her husband is a sister, Mrs. Delpha Blakley of Monmouth. She was preceded in death by three brothers. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home, with burial in the Brimfield Cemetery. The family will be at the chapel Friday from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. SWWvfof are two brothers, P> L. Klnrtey of Beverly Hills, Catif., and kenhard Kinney of Galesburg; three sisters, Miss Carlotta H. Kinney, Miss Marjbrie L. Kinney and Mrs. Fred Shawgo, all of Galesburg. He was never married. Funeral will be Friday at 10:30 a.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call Thursday evening. Burial will be at Linwood Cemetery, MISS MARY GROEPER ELMWOOD — Funeral services for Miss Mary Groeper, 79, a former resident of Elmwood, who died June 25 at Hamilton, tnd., were held Friday at l p. m. at the Patterson Funeral Home. Rev. William Hankins officiated and Russell Remmele played organ selections. Burial w&s in the Brimfield Cemetery. Pallbearers were nephews of Miss Groeper. WILLIAM DEGROOT ELMWOOD — Funeral services for William -DeGroot, 81, of Rockford, a former resident of Elmwood who died Saturday, were held Tuesday at 1 p, m. at the Patterson Funeral Home. The Rev. Mr. Vinnage officiated, and Russell Remmele played organ selections. Burial was in the Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Stevens, Willis Dalton, Robert Lott,,Frank Douglas, Richard DeGroot and David DeGroot mlf§, wfcd preeedfed her in death, Mrs, Frymlre was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Mctee Lodge Women's Auxiliary, ftebekah Ladge and Woman's Relief Corps. She is survived by a half-sister, Mrs. Clara Perdue of * Aledo. Mrs. Charles Heittiel of Galesburg is a cousin, of Mrs. Frymire. MRS. OLIVE SIEGFRIED MONMOUTH—Mrs. Olive Gordon Siegfried, 84, of 615 N. Second St., died Tuesday at 8:35 p.m. at Monmouth Hospital. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home, with burial in the Center Grove Cemetery at Kirkwood. MRS. DORA MAY CARLSON Funeral services for Mrs. Dora May Wilkins Carlson, 63, of 436 Peck St., who died Saturday, 'w^re held toddy at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel* Rev. H. J. Walterman officiating. Miss Dora Walterman was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Wayne Tryon, organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Luther "and Louis Fox, Nile Arthur, Delmar Harrison and Richard Morrison, all nephews of Mrs. Carlson. MISS CAROLINE RIGGINS LaHARPE Funeral services RUSSELL M. KINNEY Russell M. Kinney, 73, died at 2:10 a.m. today at Cottage Hospital. He was born in Galesburg June 9, 1890, and lived his entire life at 96 Maple Ave. Although ill much of the time he maintained an interest in farming and music. He was a member of Central Congre- Now would be an excellent time to settle the Important matter of a proper lot for your family In beautiful • • . MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY West Main St., Route 34 Mr*. Vashti LaFollette Sales Representative—Ph. 343-2205 Flowers... "Nature's most beautiful memorial" for Miss Caroline Alberta Riggins, 88, of LaHarpe, were held today at 2 p.m. at the LaHarpe Union Church, with Rev. Glenn R. Grammer officiating. Place of burial was not announced. Miss Riggins died Friday at 9:30 p.m. in the Mary Davier Hospital in LaHarpe. She was born April 21, 1875, in Colusa. She was a seamstress and furrier, residing in Peoria from 1915 to 1933. Surviving are a nephew, Leonard Armstrong of Chillicothe and a niece, Mrs. Rosalee Charvez of Denver, Colo!, both of whom were reared by Miss Riggins. A brother preceded her in death. 4 GERALD D. LANDON ABINGDON — Funeral services for Gerald D. Landon, 39, of Abingdon, Route 1, who was killed Saturday night in a two-car collision on 111. 41, at the junction of County Ro£d 10, south of Galesburg, were conducted Tuesday at 9 a. m. in Sacred Heart Church. Rev. Francis Oman, pastor, was celebrant of the Requiem Mass. Burial was in Abingdon Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Leo Hickey, Rex Davies, Merle Day, Fred Cline, Abe Sanders and Ralph Palmer. Honorary pallbearers were Richard Harshbarger, Isaac Reese, Leo Allen, Ed Neville, Harley Morss and Kenneth Ryan. MRS. PEARL HARTNELL Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl Hartnell, 81, of 250 Day St., who died Sunday, were "held today at 3 p.m. in the Klinck Chapel at Knoxville, Rev. Miles Jackson of the Knoxville Methodist Church officiating. Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke was organist. Burial was in the Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jack Simonson, Dale Sheeley, Robert Basham and Lee Devlin, all grandsons of Mrs. Hartnell MRS. LAURA A. FRYMIRE LAVERNE J. BURKIIALTER KNOXVILLE ~ Funeral services for Laverne J. Burkhalter, 43, of Knoxville Route 1, who died Monday, were held today at 1 p.m. in the Klinck Chapel, Rev. Howard Bailey officiating. Mrs. Glora White was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke, organist. Burial was in the Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Folkenroth, James McGovern, Kenneth Rydser, Cecil West, Kermit Hoyme and Howard Combs. GUSTAVE R. FOSBURG Funeral services for Gustave (Gus) R. Fosburg, 70, of 755 Phillips St., who died Monday, were conducted at 9 a.m. today at Hinchliff. and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Ralph Anderson, intern at Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Charles Sands, William Alderman, Floyd Pfafflin, Guy Selander, Leo Hogan and Earl McNamara. MRS. ORPHA LIBY Funeral for Mrs. Orpha Liby, 79, of Monmouth, who died Saturday, was conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church. Burial was at East Linwooa Cemetery. ;! Pallbearers were William D., Robert D., Jack W. and Richard Liby, all grandsons; Thomas apd Donald Wilson. WILLIAM E. RHOADES Services for William E. Rhoades, 81, of 150 Sheldon St., who died Saturday, were conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. Kenneth V. Howell, pastor of Allen Park Baptist Church. Miss Alta Snow and Mrs. James Garner sang, accompanied by Mrs. Roy H. Pearson Jr. Burial was at Vance Cemetery at Industry. Pallbearers were Howard Garrett, Robert Neil, George Hill, Dexter Hill, Carroll Hammond and John Miller. LESTER B. BRUSELL Mrs. Laura A. Frymire, 82, of Funeral services for Lester B. 54 S. Prairie St., died today at Brusell, 71, of 145 Garfield Ave., 6:20 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where she was a patient 10 hours. She was ill two years. Funeral services will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m, in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, where friends may call Thursday evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The former Laura Isaacs was born March 7, 1881, at Monmouth who died Monday, were conducted at 3:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. J, Alfred Johnson, visitation pastor of Covenant Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Floyd LaGrow, Charles Sands, T, J. Davis, Julian McGowan, Sidney E, Koons and Arthur W. Haselkamp. Mr. Brusell was a former Gales- Golesbu Heaclon Kills | Jury Rules Young Father Going to Work ster«Mail, Gglesbuf Annual Wednesda r PREEMPTION — A young Aledo man, father of one, died this morning shortly after his car was in a near headon collision north of Preemption. , Ronald J. Ycrkey, 22, of Aledo Route 1, wa^ dead on arrival about 7 a.m. at St. Anthony's Hospital in Rock Island. Admitted as a patient at the same hospital was Minar Peterson, 38, of 24 Blackhawk Hills, Rock Island, who state troopers said incurred lacerations, chest injuries and a possible concussion. Peterson was ticketed for wrong lane usage, and state troopers said a hold order has been placed on him at the hospital. Both drivers were alone in their cars at the time of the accident. State police at Rock Island reported that Peterson was driving south on U.S. 67 in the wrong lane. Yerkey swerved in an attempt to avoid the collision, the report stated, but his car was struck on the left front. Yerkey was thrown through the car door and was found 60 feet from the point of impact. The accident occurred just inside the Mercer County line, but the Rock Island coroner reportedly will have jurisdiction. Services Pending Yerkey was employed with the Ideal Plumbing and Heating Co. of Davenport for the past four months and was on his way to work when the accident occurred. Funeral and burial services are being arranged at the Crummy Funeral Home in Viola. Ronald J. Yerkey was born April 2, 1941, at Galesburg, the son of Howard and Blanche Shroyer Yerkey, and received his education in New Windsor and Viola schools. 1 He was married to Patricia Jo Lingafelter June 17, 1961, at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Aledo, and since their marriage the couple has lived near Aledo. He was of Presbyterian faith. Surviving are his widow; a daughter Cynthia, 1; his parents of New Windsor; two brothers, Larry of Sherrard and Robert of New Windsor, who was at the accident scene shortly after it happened, and two sisters, Mrs, On Death of W. F. Jamison A coroner's jury Tuesday eve* ning returned a verdict that the death of William F. Jamison, 29, of 1393 N. Henderson St., was caused by shock due to multiple crushing injuries to the pelvis and lower extremities, accidentally received about 6:30 p.m. last Friday in the 1600 block East Fremont Street, when he apparently fell from the cab of the crane he was operating. The crane was being transported on a tractor-trailer, and he was run over by the trailer tires, the verdict stated. Jamison died Tuesday at 5:40 a.m. in Cottage Hospital. The inquest was conducted at First and Puckett Funeral Home by Dr. Jackson K. Erffmeyer, Knox County coroner. None of the inquest witnesses saw the fall. The crane, owned by Gunther Construction Co., was being moved to East Galesburg. Jamison was in the crane cab and swung the boom as the tractor-trailer turned onto Fremont Street from Farnhatfi Street. Testifying at the inquest were Thomas F. Doyle, insurance manager and administrative assistant of the construction firm; Elmer Baughman, driver of the tractor-trailer; Lester Webber, a Gunther employe who was directing traffic at the intersection; Beryl Haulk, another employe who was driving Jamison's pickup truck behind the equipment; Delbert Ross of 1639 Fremont St,, who was in his yard as the equipment moved east and George Perrigo of the Galesburg Police Department, one of the investigating officers. Dr. Erffmeyer read into the testimony a deposition by the attending physician and also reported on an autopsy performed Tuesday morning by Dr. Franz Lengh, pathologist. Fines Levied In Court of Magistrate Records in the office of Police Magistrate D. Paul Nolan today listed fines for violations of two city regulations. Failure to comply with a section of the fire prevention code Robert Riddell of Viola and Miss resulted in a fine of P* u s $5 (Continued ffom page 2) Fairview Homecoming will be thu Western Review. Hie "all-men 's show" will begin at 7:30 p. m. in the Legion Hall. Community events slated in the Galesburg Register-Mail area are: Biggsville Homecoming, July Ilia. Bushnell Town and Country Festival, Sept. 5-7. Tex Ritter will. perform Sept. 6, as the show's main attraction. On Sept. 5 there will be a parade in the afternoon, with crowning of the queen that night. Judging will take place on the final day. Kirkwood Homecoming, July 2527, to be highlighted by a donkey baseball game, parades, children's races and a carnival. Little York 4-H and FFA Show, July 19-20, New Windsor Fair, Rodeo and Horse Show, Aug. 14-16, with a parade Aug. 15 at 11 a.m. North Henderson Horse Show, July 27, performed by the Galesburg Boots and Saddle Club and sponsored by the North Henderson Lions Club, to be held at the ballpark. Victoria Homecoming, July 1920, with a parade the opening day and a baby show on the final day. Yates City, 77th annual Harvest Home, Aug. 23-24, with carnival rides open the night of Aug. 22, the program the night of Aug. 23, and the parade Aug. 24, Proceeds are used to maintain the park. County Fairs Locations and dates of county fairs in the area include: Bureau County, at Princeton, Aug. 20-24; Fulton, Lewistown, July 23-27; , Hancock, Augusta, July 10-13; Henderson, Stronghurst, July 23-24; Henry, dam- bridge, Aug. 6-10; Knox, Knoxville, July 29-Aug. 3; McDonough, Macomb, July 24-26; Mercer, Aledo, July 23-27; Peoria, Peoria, July 15-20; Rock Island, East Moline, Aug. 20-24; Stark, Wyoming, July 24 - 26. Warren, Roseville, Aug. 6-7. Wont Ad Hunk! In M«itMri«ntfc Lorigt Netfees Ltet 1 getviee**! Joyce Yerkey of New Windsor. Also surviving are the maternal grandfather, Jesse Shroyer of New Windsor; and the paternal • J. J —* u*«i4 XTA, Yerkey of New Windsor. Lou Cancer Crusade Hits Record With $13,868 A record $13,868 has been raised by the Knox County Chapter of the American Cancer Society in the 1963 crusade as a result of a contribution of $300 from Butler Manufacturing Co. employes. The previous high was $13,655 raised in the 1958 crusade, organization officials said. It was announced that the Knox County chapter has received a distinguished service award for outstanding work in the 1963 crusade. and lived in Galesburg 60 years, burg alderman. She was married to Harry Fry- derson orists III E, MAN milMrt MMIM - M - «4M1H III .fc: soisrs MON UMENTS I ', 1 J A t SI MAIfJ I Kt t I (jAit^eUKt, niiNi lib HINCHLIFF a SON FUNERAL HOME WCHAPEl m N. Broad Phone 343-2101 . JAMES F. WEAVER -184 Duffield Ave. Services 1 :30 P.M. Friday at the Hinchliff & Pearson funeral chapel. Masonic services will be conducted by Vesper Lodge No. 584. Friends may call Thursday evening at the funeral home. MR. RUSSELL M. KINNEY - 96 Maple Ave. Services 10:30 Hinchliff may Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Coley, 1223 Beecher Ave., a girl Tuesday at 6:59 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Willis West, 474 W. Tompkins St., a girl Tuesday at 9:35 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Greer, 1278 N. Seminary St., a girl today at 6:22 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Carroll L. Felgar, Wataga, a boy today at 9:06 a. Falls From Tree Police received a call Tuesday at 3:27 p. m.. that Ralph Olin, 33, of 1514 E. North St., had fallen from a tree at the residence of Mrs. J. E. Lock, 1258 N. Seminary St., where he was engaged in cutting down the tree. He was taken by ambulance to Cottage Hospital, where his condition today was listed as good. READ THE WANT ADS! Set Drive for Collection of Mftter Payments Complaints have been signed by the Galesburg Police Department, and warrants will be issued against motorists who have failed to pay parking meter violation tickets, it was announced today. Friday at 5 p.m. was listed as the deadline for the tardy motorists to take care of ticket payments and avoid the added court costs. The delinquent tickets, some dating back to 1962, have been arranged m license number order for easy access in cases where the violators have lost or misplaced the issued tickets, police said. Persons who fail to meet the Friday deadline not only will have to pay for all delinquent tickets at the rate of $1 a ticket, but also will have the added expense of court costs, the meter violation clerk said. i Job Looks Work ST. CHARLES, Mo. (UPI) Fred Burger is a superintendent without a school. He took office this week a^ St. Charles County superintendent of schools. But St. Charles County controls no schools—all have been consolidated with the town of St. Charles. costs, for Tom Tadie of 141 Maple Ave., while failure to cut weeds on property he owns at 377 S. Prairie St., was the basis of an assessment also totaling $10 against Russell Rogers of East Galesburg. Two motorists who neglected to make payment of parking meter tickets also were listed in Nolan's court. They were Francis Rebo of 1340 N. Kellogg St., and Mrs. Sharon Hunt of 1089 N. Broad St., each of whom also was required to pay the sum due on the delinquent tickets. No Wheel Tax Sticker Failure to display a city wheel tax sticker cost Kenneth N. Melton of 135 N. Ivan Ave., a $5 fine and $5 costs. Speeding was the charge on which Ronald E. Galbreath of 986 Walsh Ave.,was assessed $10 and $5, with similar assessments against Gary L. Henry of 1123 S. Farnham St., and Jerry C. Vance of North Henderson for driving too fast for conditions. A total of $15 also was paid by Rodney C. McCaw of New Windsor on a wrong lane usage charge, William M. Smith of 847 Pine St., on a right-of-way violation, and Daniel II. Ortman of Havana for making a left turn when the "no left turn" sign was in operation. 4-H Contest Attracts Crowd At Churchill Knox County 4-H "Share-the- Fun' 1 activity drew a crowd of neaz'ly 1,000 people to George Churchill Junior High School Monday night. About 300 young people presented a variety of dramatic acts. Carole Clay of Country Clippers Home Economics 4-H Club, and Charles Olson of Oneida Livestock Agricultural 4-H Club, were presented awards for serving as masters of ceremonies. Southwestern Livestock Club won first prize for its presentation. The club will represent Knox County at the Heart of Illinois Fair in Peoria July 16, and at the Illinois State Fair. Carole Clay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clay, will represent Knox County in the master of ceremonies contest. Other clubs winning honors were Lynn Busy Bees and Lynn 4-H Club, Altona 4-H Club, Happy-Go- Lucky, and Henderson Aggies. Two Changes Are Approved by School Trustees The Knox County Board of School Trustees has approved two changes affecting districts, part of which is in this county, it was reported today by Robert D. Peck, county superintendent of schools and ex-officio secretary of the board. The trustees concurred in an action by the Peoria County Board of School Trustees, in which Oak Hill District 117 was dissolved and annexed to Elmwood Grade School District 25, Peoria and Knox counties. Also, the trustees granted a petition by Charles and Shirley Melton to detach 80 acres of land from Yates City District 207 and annex it to Community Unit District 4, Spoon River Valley. Peck also reported that the trustees also accepted a high bid of $10,000 submitted at a public sale for the purchase of a residence property owned by ROVA District 208. Proceeds of the sale after sale costs, will go to the district's, building fund. Hearing Set On Zoning Change Request The Knox County Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a hearing July 18, at 10 a.m., in the Community Hall, St. Augustine, on a request for a change in zoning classification. Involved is a tract of land 510 by 510 feet, located in Indian Point Township on the south side of 111. 116, one-half mile west of the junction of III. 41 and 116. The petitioner, Heinold-Leland Realty and Investment Co., has' indicated the change is desired for the purpose of erecting and operating a hog market and hog buyer's station. Planned operations, it was stated by Jack R. Kirkpatrick, assistant state's attorney, cover only the receipt of hogs and their transfer, with no slaughtering included in the operations. Presently the land is "C" classification, farming, and the change sought is to "G" classification, which Kirkpatrick said is for any purpose which does not conflict with the general nuisance statute. Transportation—1 Personal-Special tirttee-*4 Male Help Wanted-* Female Help Wanted*** Male, Female Help Watted— 7 Employment Wanted—I Instruction—9 Business OpportuoHy—M INVESTMENTS - 10A Wanted to Buy-11 Rooms for Rent—12 Room and Board—13 Furnished Apartment*—14 Unfurnished Apartments—15 Houses for Rent—lft Trailer Spaces—16A Trailers for Rent—17 Garages for Rent—17A Farms, Acreages for Rent—18 Wanted to Rent—19 Wanted to Lease—19A Cottages—19B Real Estate For Sale—20 Farms and Acreages—21 Mobile Homes for Sale—21A Real Estate Wanted—22 Farm Mach., Implements—23 Farm Supplies, Equipment—24 Fuel Feed Seed—25 Poultry and Supplies—28 Livestock—27 Pets and Supplies—28 Auctions—29 Miscellaneous—3# Antiques—31 Lawn and Garden Needs—32 Good Things to Eat—33 Money to Loan—34 Money, Capital Wanted—35 Boats and Motors—37 Sporting Supplies—39 Trailers—39 Tires - Accessories - Parts—40 Motorcycles - Bicycles Scooters—41 Autos and Trucks— 42 New Car Dealers—43 (Jatesburg &£fsfer Mail Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE Effective April l, 1953 Word* 7-dayi 4-day» 1-day 1-20 | 3.36 | 2.34 | 1.30 21-25 3.92 I 2.68 1.43 26-30 I 4.37 I 2.90 1.57 31-35 36-40 I 510 \ 3.39 1 1.81 | 5.82 | 3.87 I 2.07 I 2.32 41-35 | 6.55 | 4.36 46-50 | 7.28 | 4.84 I 2.58 RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 50c Card of Thank* In Memoriams Lodge Notices ,-lnch or less $2.00 DEADLINE fonday through Frid 10:00 A.M SATURDA Y 9:15 A.M Card of Thanks I WISH to express my sincere thanks to my friends and relatives for the beautiful flowers, cards and calls, also the care I received by the Staff of Cottage hospital during my iUness. Mrs. Wayne Wolf MARKS — To those who expressed their sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. The Family of Mrs. Lena Marks Abingdon, 111. (Continued on Page 24) under READ THE WANT ADS! Sentenced to 30 Day Jail Following a plea of guilty to theft, under $150, this morning in Knox County Court, Maurice Fox, 18, of 149 Virginia Ave., was sentenced by Judge Daniel J. Roberts to 30 days in jail and ordered to pay costs of the case. The item on which the charge was based was a revolver, which Violans Attend Funeral in Iowa VIOLA—Mr. and Mrs. Lew Reese attended the funeral for Dr. Everett Evans in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 28. Burial was in the Annamosa Cemetery. Dr. Evans had been a patient 1 at Rochester prior to his death. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Reese and family have moved from Cedar Rapids to East Moline according to word received from his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Lew Reese, WANT ADS apparently had been stolen previously by other parties. SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 A.M. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342-5161 t »

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