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Galesbur .... r. OEN. Stlt WHISTLER CAMflRl fi, England (UPt)-> , 3ir Lashmer Gordon Whistler, M, a World War U In tt. commander, died Friday in • Cambridge military hospital. ARTHUR M. SHERRltX NEW YORK (UP!) - Arthur M> Sherrill, 61, publisher of the American Home magazine and onetime national advertising manager of the New York Herald Tribune, died Thursday. ^a^—BfcJ—^^^a^_aaj_i_B_| ARNOLD W. GRANGER NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPD- Funeral services were scheduled Monday for Arnold Warren Granger, 65, a veteran newspaperman, who died Thursday of a heart attack. He had served with the Hartford Courant, the New Haven Register, the New Bedford (Mass.) Standard - Times, j the Bridgeport Herald and the Asso. dated Press. GEORGE H. BUECKING KANSAS CITY (UPI) Coun Baugfiman and James and Marvin Housh. Mrs. Housh died Thursday At 9:90 a.m. in the Knox Courfty Home, where she (lad been a patient a months. Mrs. Housh was born May 22. 1066, Orange Township. She had resided at her Gilson address for The former Eslella E. Kelly ? ye f _ * h * * as ^^L 1 ""!!' ,L ir of the Orange Chapel Church. The former Ann Zett Moxey was married to Francis N. Housh, Aug, was born Nov. 21, iffl, in War? ren County, and resided on a fr -m northwest of Galesburg a eral years. She attended Locust 20, itm rural school in Warren County by several years. Surviving and Heddlng College at Abingdon, are two sons, Richard Housh of She was married to Frank E. St. Augustine and Jacob Housh Foster Dee. 27, 1899, in the Utah of Gilson, and a daughter, Mrs. community of Warren County, and Charles Beughman of fjiaquon, and he preceded her in death. Mrs. several grandchildren Foster had resided at the Jeffer- Mrs. Housh was Die last in a son Street add about 44 years. She was a mem to The Charles Cur ry family spent a week in Colorado with Curry's brother and family, the Atvin Curry* Jf. Bruce Curry, 2, visited his grand* parents, Mr. and Mrs* Alvin Cur* ry Sr. in Milan, when his parents Were gone. FhrkUm h F>m Honored at Yates City VATJfiS CITY - Mrs. Fred J. ftediftour of Miami, Fla., arrived rdfcehtly for a vteit in the home of-her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mathews of Yates City. She is also visiting relatives and friends in Galesburg and Alpha. Mr, and Mrs. DuWayne Math By Kate Osattn ST!fu ?E c n L W,th A Su «day. Those attending were SSLS ft' ?' Th f y J^ ted the hon » red ^ Mrs. Redinour; Sttffen'i father August Steffen, Mr and Mp J ^mont and other relatives. ber of the First Methodist Church. away Klinck Chapel was in charge of Survivors are two sons, Earl F.| funeral and burial arrangements Leonard A, Foster of Chicago; a daughter, Lena F. Snell of Lincoln, Neb.; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Fred Sandahl of Yates City; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph of Wakefield, Johnson, L. H. Lenta, Mr. and Neb., returned home Thursday Mrs Tom Lente, Kevin and Kirk, after a visit with his cousin, Mrs. of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Paul Briggs and Mr. Briggs here Lenta, Alan, Janella and Becky of MRS. FRANK LINDQUIST THOMAS E. CUMLESS Funeral services for Thomas E 3urless, 42, of Hinsdale, formerly of Galesburg, who was killed in a tractor accident Wednesday at and other area relatives June 14. Mr Whit sell of Alpha; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. F. Nelson and children I Lloyd Whitsell, Troy, Lori and Pamela of Lynn Center, and Tom son Everett of MONMOUTH have returned after a few days' stay with her parents, Mr. and I Hightower and Mrs. Preston McCall in Lisbon. Mrs. Frank E. County, held today at 1:30 p.m. in the Iowa. Mrs. Nelson, RN Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral her brother, Dean, 18, when he ^*J^ Rait* Anderson, intern Lindquist, 55, of Chicago, a Mon Yates City Briefs Ravenswood Hospital in Chicago. at the Trinity Lutheran Church d. Mrs. Roy H. Pearsoi . . . ...... M* 1 * an d Mrs. Herman Laurson had heart surgery. He had a hole served lhe f 0 i] owing guests at a George H. Buecking, 76, chairman of the board of directors of the Baltimore Bank here and a member of the reform group that helped to oust the Prendereas was born June 12, 1908, at Mon-, j . mouth, and attended schoo 11 Jr ' was °^ }St there, graduating from high school in 1926. She was gradual-1°: ww "^JS Ravenswood «^-»» etery by ceremonial squad of honors Linwood machine in the 1930s, died Jrl- 1 ried to Frank E - Li n d q« ist April 1 Leglon 29, 1933, in Chicago. Ralph ML Noble Post of American Members of the squad _ L • , cookout Saturday: Mr. and Mrs the size of a dollar. He is in H arlen Blust and Caroline, Mr . and Mrs FlnvH Porvvmnn .Tarlr satisfactory condition. n attended the Rain- \ssembly in Conrad Hilton Hotel. Miss Byram sang in the choir. "I hope you won't be needing the bathroom for a while! We're going to have a hair washing party!" Bob, J. D. and Betty, of Yates City, and Jack Merman of Prince- CARNIVAL Mr. and Mrs By Dick Turner day. ALBERT D17PONT NEW YORK (UPI) Funeral arrangements were pending Way^^T^ for Albert Dupont, 73, a portrait 1 Edward * k home ' painter and conservationist who Chester Bennett, Lawrence ; Survivors include the husband; I <?>well, William Peterson Max Mrs. Harold D. Wil- 1 Jones - Wayne Nelson, Charles Lawrence, E. R. Kiernan, Ralph Moody of"ChicagoT and*one"son B ' Joh ^ on an ^ Wayne Wilson. Taps were sounded by Danny Wu- moth. Pallbearers were Howard Ris Services were held at Park no/Wai*™wi ~ Ridge and burial was in Memo-1 : — ^Ii B .C"5!Jrial Park Cemetery, Skokie. Pall- W ^H«r ration executives and society fig ures. He died Wednesday MRS. EST^LLA £. FOSTER bearers were Herbert Murphy, Charles Eckstrom, Walter Gustaffson, Harry Lindbergh Tom Sarrvuf Robert Yates City, accompanied by Mr. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Neal French, Kim and Chester Gordon were former Jim of Thomason, Ga.; Mr. and Army friends, when stationed in Mrs. Clifton Weaver, Ron and AI Germany, the Henry Luckner of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Dean family, now residing in Geneseo. French of Creve Coeur, and Mr. Mrs. Almeda Samuelson Sunday and Mrs - Wa *™n French, Treasa visited her 12th great-grandson and Mike of B "mfield, had a cook- Mark Kenneth, son of the Harry out at Jubile e State Park June 28. Carlsons of ^odhull. Mr Mrs. Es- Iverson and Rudolph Krapp. MRS). ALICE tella E. Foster, 85, of 552 Jefferson St., who was found dead Friday in her home, will be held RUSSELL E. LASSWELL itfnnHav of Q » in ~ ~ i~ *u ir- BUSHNELL — Russell E. Lass- Monday at 3:30 p. m, in the Kim- QO - n „ (8e c * u„.u ber and West Chapel, where we "' n u'^^l friends may call SundaV afternoon a \ Mfch P onou g h . Dlst F/ ct and evening. Burial will be in Hospital early thls mormng after I I _ an illness of 14 months. He had picturesque', nine days Mr. Lasswell was born near setting Funeral serv-|Henry dependable Marietta in Fulton County Aug. ,,15, 1924. He attended BushnelY personnel conveniently\ 3Q y ears - He was employed biy w Railroad NPONMOUTH ices for Mrs. Alice S. Drain, 75, of! 110 N. Tenth St., who died Mionday at the Colonial Nursing Htome, were held Friday morning <k 10 o'clock. Rev. William Butler 'Of the West Side United Pres- jbyterian Church c (Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Pallbearers were Terry and Bud Billings, Gary McMahill, Oal- Edthe Mrs. Almeda Samuelson, Mrs. ?^ Nea ^^ e " ch J amiluy . Ada Anderson and Mrs. Eric Sunday Wlth John French m EA ~ Streed visited their brother, Ernst, „ t j ^ . L . . , T. Johnson/Wednesday at the 1 Mr s. Ronald Goetze entertained County Convalescent Home. Later they visited Mrs R. T. Gustus in Cambridge. Guests were Mrs, Rich- party. ard Booth, high, and Mrs. Har•mm i _ ,^ ,, . , old Dikeman, low. Other guests Monday Debbie Gould, Vicki were Mrs. Ivan Jerns, Mrs Don Meirhaeghe and Sheha Gordon Trowbridge, Mrs. Glenn Bleich- attended the 4-H day camp in ner an d Mrs. Jack McKinty. Cambridge Tuesday, 4-H mem- Christy Trowbridge spent a bers and their mothers were in- AndoverlMr. and Mr located He was never married. / MFMOPIAI PAPIf Survivors include the mother, IILIIUIMHL THIV!\ ^ Loig E Lasswell MarkJiey CEMETERY of Bushnel, » and two brothers, n , .... C1 w* *• mm Earl John DeMitt « T — lM , ^ A West Main St ^RmiteM Rav Leo DeMitt of Bushnell. One »' of 924 die Lipes. Burial was Biggsville Cemetery. in Homemakers Extension meeting in the Andover Methodist Church in Andover. Mrs. Almeda Samuelson and Mrs. Chester Gordon attended the meeting. Sunday, the confirmation class Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dikeman and family are spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Loy and son Frank in Plate- ville, Wis. HERVILLE P. CHEWNING MONMOUTH Funeral serv- of eight members of Grace Mrs Church will go for a 1-week stay days with the Robert Dikeman ices for Herville P. Chewning, at^ Alpine Lutheran Camp near Elmhurst. Farming! Mr. and Mrs. Claire Cooper MRS. VASHTI LAFOLLETTE ilea Representative—Ph. 343 -2205 ~*„-~ r him in dea ,4h. Services wUl be held at Mtortin Warren County YMCA Tuesday, Funeral Home, Bushnell, /Mon- were he,d Frida y afternoon at day at 2 p.m. Burial will /be in 1:30 at Turnbull Chapel. Rev. and family unexpectedly while at work at the | Church will meet Monday night. day su PP er June 28 ^ honoring "Gee whiz! I just asked Pop's boss if he'd bring some salt from the mine he runs!" her brother, Wilson Dikeman. Others present were Ms. Dike- Mrs. Beatrice Van Damme of Rock Falls the Bushnell Cemetery, tion is Sunday from 7:30 to/9 p.m. at the funeral home and Sunday afternoon. dent) I Services: MONDAY ROOT FUNERAL HOME, FAIRVIEW. Friends may call after 3 P.M. Sunday at the funeral home. Johnson- Schuster Chapel Galva Elmer Larson Galva Funeral services: 2 P.M. - SUNDAY at the JOHNSON-GILL-SCHUSTER GALVA CHAPEL where friends may call this evening. Burial in Wataga Cemetery* KLINCK Knoxvill*, Mine!* Mrs. Selm« M. C*rl*on Galesburg, RJU \ Funeral services: 2:30 P.M. — SUNDAY at the KLINCK CHAPEL where friends may call this evening. Interment Knoxvilie Cemetery. / MRS. ANN ZETT HOU! KNOXVILLE — Funerial services for Mrs. Ann Zett Mbush, 95, of Gilson, were held todfly at 2:30 p.m. at Orange Chapel Methodist Church. Rev. Ira Moats -officiated, and Wayne Woolsey was-vocalist with Mi's. Elizabeth Clark, organist, accompanying. Burial was in the Maquon Cemetery. Pallbearers wer,ie all grandsons, Harold Poland, Myron awn MEMORIAL GARDENS tiful f Serene Reverent 5319 < Reif r „„ Church officiated. Mrs. Marie Gabby accompanied Mrs. Virginia Gibbs, soloist. Pallbearers were Clark Lupton, Allen Chewning, Forrest Swanson, Roger and Finley Downes and Jerry Hoffman. Burial was in the Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Marks 11th Birthday Debbie Gould observed her ..... birthday anniversary -Thursday man ' son Wllson Wa y nc - m - and Friday, her parents, the Donald ?J rs ' ^rt Buckman, Mr. and Goulds, entertained relative fmm JanM : s ? roodwiTn , aI l d faiml y- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner Moune, onon, Lynn Center and Ophiem in her honor. Music at morning worship services in Grace LiitLWnn ru^^u and children entertained at a hamburger fry, honoring hex grandfather, Roy Maxwell of , , Elm Haven, who celebrated his was on the recorder as sung by 78th birthday June 26> and sherry Mrs Vinnio *Cl>c»lKz»^rr aa ~ * " Mrs w> ber of the church since childhood Turner, who celebrated her third now residing at the Harvey Nurs ing Home in Galeshnn? MRS. VERA A. PARR1S ABINGDON—Funeral services for Mrs. Vera Anna Parris, 60, of 201 N. Main St., who died Thursday, were conducted today at 2:30 p.m., in the Methodist Church. Rev. Francis Samuelson officiated and songs were by Richard Crane, with Mrs. Sandra Crumley as organist. urial was in Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph Palmer, John Martin, Stanley Lewis, Forrest Brown, Ed Moore and Roscoe Scott. KIMBER WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHO'NE 343-5210 FUNEPJAL DIRECTORS For Ovtr 60 Years Mr. C'iiarlff D. Oatman 304 Milk* St., East Galesburg Funeral: 2 P.M. - MONDAY KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr$. iftfelli E. Foiter 552 Jefferson St. Funeral: 3:30 P.M. r- RioNDAY KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. F'riends may call at the chapel Sunday afternoon and .evening. .Burial in Hope Cemetery, Warren County. MRS. BEATRICE VAN DAMME FAIRVIEW - Funeral services for Mis. Beatrice Van Damme, 43, of Rock Falls, formerly of Galesburg, will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Root Funeral Home in Fairview. Rev. Merle D. Conklin of the Fiatt Christian Church will officiate, and burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday after 3 p.m. Mrs. Van Damme, of 117 W. Second St., Rock Falls, died unexpectedly Friday morning. MISS EDELLA R. MELVILLE ELMWOOD - Miss Edella R. Melville, 75, of Elmwood, died today at 9:40 a.m. at the home )f a niece, Mrs. Lester Lang of Elmwood. She was born Dec. 6, 1887, in Brjfnfield Township, and was graduated from Brimfield High School and Macomb Teachers College. She taught school in Brimfield and later homesteaded in Montana, where she also taught school. Services will be held Tuesday it 3 p.m. at Patterson Funeral Home, Elmwood. Burial will be in the Brimfield Cemetery. Visitation is at the funeral home Monday 7 to 9 p.m. birthday June 24. Other guests were Mrs. Mary Lee Maxey fend Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Harley C. ir. and Mr^, Leo Henrickson FuUer) M rs. Icel Turner, Mrs. LaMesa. Calif., visiting his Mary Brown, of Maquon, and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs, were honored at dinner Sunday. Guests were relatives, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nelson of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Berl Maxwell of Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Runyon motored to Aurora, where they attended the wedding of their grandson, Gerald Bantz, twin New Windsor and Mr. and I son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Donald Gould here. While here, Henrickson attended the Moline High School reunion. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Vacation Watering Tips If you won't be away more than four or five days and want to keep your plants moist, place them on thoroughly soaked bath towels in the bathtub, kitchen or laundry sink. There should be some light — but not direct sunlight. Open the faucet so that one drop of water will fall every few seconds on the bath towels. The towels will feed moisture to the plant soil. If you will be gone for only a weekend, you won't need to let the faucet drip. Soaked newspaper in this case will be as competent as towels. Another method is to water plants thoroughly and enclose them in a plastic bag, which will reduce evaporation. Bantz. He was married to Miss Sharon Hambrock June 29. The Runyons were accompanied by Mrs. Betty King, Jennifer Lou and Ellery Jr. of Elmwood. They returned home Monday noon. Mr, and Mrs: Clifford Hanks, Leroy, Madeline and Dennis are vacationing in Michigan and Minnesota and other Northern states. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Donaldson and son Mark of Jittsboro, N. C, came June 26 for a visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runyon, and Sue Ann and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Odis Rice in Astoria. • MU fry m*, tat Til to* question and answer Bloom in Winter Geraniums will bloom in the winter if you don't let them bloom in the summer. You may prevent summer blooming by picking off flower buds as they appear. In winter, keep the plants in ample light in a window. Jockey Earle Sande made eight tries in- the Preakness and his one victory came astride Gallant Fox in 1930. Johnny Rotz has led the New York jockeys the last two years. In 1962 he rode 198 winners. In 1961 he had 157 victories at Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga. The word "individualism" was coined by Alexis de Tocqueville to describe a kind of moderate selfishness, disposing men to be concerned with only their own small circle of family and friends. Marriage License Gary M. Sulaski and Miss Diana Jean Olds, both of Peoria. Eugene J. Ryan and Mrs. Irma O. Valdes, both of Galesburg. Eldon L. Wiley of Galesburg and Mrs. Mary A. Malcolmson of Williamsfield. Jesse Martinez and Mrs. Rose Marie Ascensio, both of Galesburg. Milton C. Freese and Miss Lucy J. Cook, both of Galesburg. William C. Keyes and Miss Margaret A. Sandella, both of Ashtabula, Ohio. Gary x Lee Johnson of Dahinda and Miss Starr Sue Varner of Knoxvilie. Robert L. Velichkoff and Mrs. Mildred I. Six, both of East Moline. Donald E. Bell and Miss Kathryn S. Horkstrom, both of Galesburg. Dale Allan Smith of LaGrange Park and Miss Joan Carole Conner of Burlington. BVank H. Hilligoss and Miss Sandra K. Gillenwater, both of Classified Advtrtttttig LOCAL CASH ttAfl Bftativi April i, ittSI Ward* f*dnyi fctfAjr* 21-25 I 3,M I 348 I 1.4$ Toulon Meetings Announced TOULON - The Toulon Royal Neighbor Lodge will hold a picnic dinner at noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Martha McMillen. The Toulon Baptist Church Women's Mission Society will meet Thursday. The Dorcas Class of Toulon j Methodist Church will have a picnic supper at 5 p.m. July 11 at the home of Mrs. Martha McMillen. The Gleaners Class of Toulon Baptist Church will hold a picnic Thursday at noon at the shelter house at Chautauqua Park in Kewanee. 41-35 _ | 155 | 4.36 | iM 46>50 | 7.28 | 4.84 1 t.M BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-oMowa) Card of Thank* \ i -lftchdf in Mcmoriama V Jesa Lodge Notice* J |2.04 i DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATUKDAV 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks Galesburg. Charles W. Bush and Mrs. Linda A. Stroops, both of Galesburg. Lester B. Potts Jr. and Miss M. Diane Pierson, both of Williamsfield. READ THE CLASSIF1EDS1 and relatives for the cards, visits and gifts We received which helped to make our 25th Wedding Anniversary a memorable occasion. Clyde and Marguret« Grady GROUSE, Richard A., — Words cannot express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown us at the time of the illness and passing of our beloved husband, fatner and grandfather. Especially for the flowers, cards, food and those who were so kind as to serve the food. Also, to Ralph Anderson, intern of Trinity Lutheran Church, to the pallbearers and for the Masonic service of Vesper Lodge. A special thanks to Dr. John L. Bohan, also to the emloyees of: Dohrn Transfer Co. Arlan's, Gates Rubber Co., and Admiral Corp. The kindness shown us at this time by Mr. Hinchliff and Mr. Pearson will never be forgotten. May God bless each and everyone of you. The Family MY THANKS to Dr. Hanauer, Dr. Claman, the nurses and aides who were so kind to me during two weeks at the Cottage Hospital. Also, for the many cards and flowers from friends and relatives. God bless you all. Mrs. Chas. M. WilkinJ, Sr. 1070 N. Henderson, Galesburg, 111. DOWNARD, Orville — Our gratitude to all who assisted in any way at the time of our sor. row. A special thank you to Rev. Leverton, the pallbearers, Donna Hardin and Jane Davis. We also wish to thank the American Legion Auxiliary for the nice dinner, Dr. Frankhouser, the nurses and nurses aides for their care while Mr. Downard was in the hospital. For the beautiful flowers, food, cards and calls, we are very grateful. The Family Lodge Notices MASONIC Alpha Lodge No. 155 NOTICE Vesper Lodg« No. 584 Annual Masonic Picnic, Lions* Shelter, Lake Storey, Monday, July. 8, 6:00 P.M. All Mason* families and friends cordially Invited. Bring covered dish and table service. Meat and drinks furnished. Entertainment. Harry M. Price, W. M. Clarence W. Spilman. W. ] Lost and Found—1 quickly placa Phone 342-5161. ot ix you LOST AD. Business Service—3 Windows Washed Upper 40c; down, 3 for %\. Eaves cleaned, flushed. All kinds ca* ment work. 343-8771, 342,6923. PEARL'S TV Em's Radio TV, 1146 Court St. Phone 343-5891. Auto TV, HI-FI, Stereo. Graduate National Radio Institute. Guaranteed Serv* ice. 8 a.m. to midnight. LAWN BUILDING Excavating, grading, seeding, sodding, rock and dirt, Bledsoe's Lawn Builders 343-2296 or 343-6770 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WX APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal, 343-8665 or 3434136. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oU furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Squara. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. T & R TV SALES & SERVICE 24 Hrs. Service. 8 years in busL, ness. AH makes repaired. Ph. 342-3817. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343*6813, NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318, Weed Mowing E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 DRYWALL installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustio ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip 's DrywaU, 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 834. Personal-Special Notice—4 GALESBURG Rescue'""Mission needs money, food, clothing, to help feed hungry and homeless man. 343.8844 or P.O. Box 524. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture CARPETS clean easier with Electric Shampooer. Only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. KelJogg Drake Ac Co. NO STRIKES —no Layoff* All over-time you want. Married to 35. Writt Box 965. care Regit- ter-Mail. READ THE Want Ads (Continued on page IfM r i J . 1 4

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