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Gattsbufa Reoistef-MQll. 6dlt>bufQ> Mondoy, April 16/1973 7 '•JlSSice Bauer, Sunday at Ml hoflle. Ulllfai, ISMJn where M mar* MA. Me lived Itif nie Abingdon III. his widow; a Mary Urish, son, Pat Bauer itlne; a broth- and two sis- libla Hailey, Manito, Lorraine Deal, King' Ines. _ •«! will be Wednesday ii •ih. at Lindbeclc Fttnerll VMinltp, ^re visitntltth TiK«ltiy(k «m7toH :nt. Miadow Lawn I Memorial be made to [unteer Ambu» [to, the fam- L<«tNJI^^__ J6hMoit« CtMii^ly «f Vatei City, died lait Mi^ it Sie^* mento, Ckltf/ He was _„ Dougli^r Hi Pope.; • He ntfts a hienikMr btr'i Union at whtre he lived ^ars. Survivors include four en. Hotfii Wtltir iM Hmm Dulis, alt ti $mmm»t itfd Miehi6l» Comptdn; Cim .r • ifi' t«r, Mrs. Florence Staggi, Doit|^ las, nieces and niflliewi aiM a 8te{fd«ti|hter> ' MtoPil'iftt b« Wednesday at 1 pm. M'tiMtPlOiirloil funeral Home, MMWOM, with Hev. Carroll Ochsner, pastor of Douglas United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Uniontown Cemetery near Douglas. Visitatioif^«ill be Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeralhome. MAS. BALB nm KlWANfiB r* Mrs. Dale (Qladyi) Rlst, of Kewanee, died S«tuMiy aftemoen it the Leisure Hills Ntag Home, Kewane«. She lived in ttM Wath- Ington Apartments, tCetflhee. The former l^ldys Swaney was bom Seiit.:g,;lM6, at Chicago Heights. SHi'inirried Dale Rist on Oct. 14^ liMi He died fib. 12, 19SI. She M'is « mem- b«r of First MetbOdtat Church, Kewanee, and ihi World War ft N«^;Moth*^. Siirvivii inchife • P«Jl. Whiliver the '^kOccasien * WIT Mir ANDERKHi mTma Larson funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois JamM Ilzie Hughes RR1, Maquon Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - TUESDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call this evening at the Funeral Home. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, IIL John Rietebleter Mapleton, III. (Formerly of Altona) Services 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial in the Galva Comctery. GORMAN mMOMAl HOME Roievllle • Avon London Millg Mrs. garl Neidy Roseville Funeral 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE Burial Good Hope Cemetery MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVlUE, lUINOIS Helan Margar** Pittman m N. West, KnoxvlUe Funeral Services: 10 A.M. - TUESDAY CORPUS CHRIST! CHURCH. Friends may call this evening at the Funeral Home. Prayer service at 8 P.M. Frank Pickrel KnoxviUe Funeral Arrangements Pending m tion wUTbe MMdky front 7 td • p.tti: it ttie fuherftl home. M*^ morialii mny be itiiade tofiftililirii Unlt^ PreiibyteHan Qbii ^iithi^ family said. : v FRANK PICKREL KNOXVILLE - Franlc Picit- rel, 89, formerly of 502 E. Mill St., died Sunday at 1:45 p.iti. in Knoxville. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. JOHN RIESEBIETER ALTONA — John Riesebleter, 78, of near Mapleton, formerly of Altona, died Saturday at 4:35 p.m. at BelWood Nursing Home, Peoria. Bom Dec. 23, ,1894, at Ashland, he spent iu^: early life in the Quincy area. He later^ lived in Altona until 1967*, when he moved to Mapleton. He married Margaret Collinson in Gilva on May 5, 1920. She died in 1967. He was a trucker and school bus driver most of his life. He drove a bus in ROVA School District 208 for several years. Mr. Riesebleter was a member of the former Altona Presbyterian Church and the Altona American Legion Post and serv- «d on the Altona Volunteer Fire Department for many years. He Was a veteran of World War 1. Surviving are a son, Robert of Rock Fal^; two daughters, Mrs. Denny (Mliry) Gold, Mapleton, and Mrs. Robert (Rosellyn) Calvert, Titusville, Fla.; two brothers, Harry, Galva, and A^rt, Kewanee; four sisters, Mrs. Bertha Weaver, Taylor- vUle; Mrs. Jeaoetta Brown, Ma- rongo Valley, Calif., Mrs. Elsie Meyer, Detroit, Mich., Mrs, Abbie Mifelhauser, Quincy, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Hendficlts Funeral Home,. Oneida, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial wMl be in Galva Cemetery. MISS ALICE S. GIBBS Miss Alice Sarah Gibbs, 71, of Galesburg State Research Hospital, died Saturday at 1:1S p.m. at the hospital. She was bom July 21,1901, in Orange Township. She never married. She was a member of DeLong Congregational Church. , Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Forrest (Robeina) Bon- |uim, Wataga. '•Graveside services were today il-10 a.m. at Haynes Cemetery iOltith of Knoxville. Rev. G. A. , pastor of Wataga Con- ionai Church, officiated. Mrs. Welcome Hutchinson, Leesburg, Fla., Mi!-s. Wanita M. Doyle, Nauvoo, Mrs. Akma Zazle Martin, Giteaburg, and Mrs. Pansy Poison, Niuvoo; two sl8t«n, Mrs. Chloe Denison and Mrs. Sue Foreman, both o( Lawreneeidlle, 111., 17 grand- chtldNn «fid 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Sheagren Funeral Home, Burlington, with Rev. George Thompson officiating, lluriai will be in Aspen Grovt Cemetery. Visitation will he Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. MRS. ORTRA TAYLOR ELMWOOD - Mrs. Ortha Taylor, 97, of Elmwood, died Sunday at 12:4S a.m. at Lexington Oaks Niirsing Home, Peoria. She was born Aug. 28, 1875, near Yates City. She was married Sept. 18, 1W4, to Perry Taylor, She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge at Efmwood, and lived in Elmwood most of her life. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Inskeep, Elmwood, and a great-grandson. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Paterson Funeral Home, Elmwood, with Rev: Robert Martin officiating. Burial will be in YateS City Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Karl MRS. KARL SNARE ^^fYOMING - Mrs. 'Sniire, 90, of Wyoming, Saturday at home. The former Mary Renwick was born Sept. 9, 1882, in Stark County. She married Karl Snare on Nov. 15, 1905, in Peoria. She was a member of the Wyoming United Methodist Church and the Priscilla Club. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Lee (Alice) Pepper, Toulon; a son, Glenn of Creve Coeur, and six grandchildren. Funeral was today at 1 p.m. at the Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Rev. Richard Adair, pastor of Wyoming United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was in Snareville Cemetery. W FINEST IN^ P FLORAL »y f TRIBUTES S I Don's I % Flower Shop | 56 FULTON \^ Mausoleums and Moriumsnti McFAU HONUMENIS liOl W. Main 81 <ialeiburK. 111. Phone 342-«.MX ft 0 T H o « 1 ' M D I A I. t « MRS. GLADYS NEIDY ROSEVHiLE - Mrs. Gladys Neidy, 64, Roseviile, died Saturday at 10:05 a.m. at the Abingdon Nurshig Home. She was bora July 19, 1908, at MudUck, Ky. She married Earl Neidy Oct. 9, 1926, at Roseviile. He sur- diedjvives with a son, Charles, Macomb; a daughter, Mrs. Ben (Marjorie) DeTroy, Madison, Wis., seven grandchildren and a I great-grandchild. She moved from Kentucky to Warren County at the age of three, and resided here since. She was me^nber of the Warren County Homemakers ExtensiM Assn. and the United Methodist Church. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Cbrman Memorial Home, Roseviile. Burial wilt be at Good Hope Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home today from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. EDWIN R. ALLEN Funeral for Edwin Raymond Allen, 22, of 188»^ S. Cedar St., who was found dead in his apartment Friday, was today at 2 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, Rev. Robert K. C. Paulson, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were James, Paul, Wesley and Dale Allen. Survivors not listed in an earlier obituary include a half- brother, Daniel Mack Dec Allen, and his stepmother, Bertha Allen, both of Galesburg, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Butterficld. MRS. MATTIE YOUNG E L LISVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Mattie M. Young, 88, of Ellisville, who died last Wednesday, was Saturday at the Root Funeral Home, Fairview. t>dnald Adkisson officated. Burial was at Eilisville Cemetery. Pallbearers were George Sheckler, Glenn Utsinger, Robert Chatterton, Ben Sherman and Turner and John T. Markiey. TURI8 LEE WORKMAN BURLINGTON - Turis Lee Workman, 89, of 1221 Agency St., Burlington, died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital, Burlington, after a long illness. He was born Oct. 25, 1883, at Ingraham. He married Laura Rude in 1906, she died in 1940. He married Veta Illman at Canton, Mo., March 27, 1943. He farmed in the Macomb area for 16 years before returning to Burlington. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Burlington. Surviving are his widow; two sons, Joy D., Leesburg, Fla., and Joe A., Bates City, Mo.; a stepson, Donald Illman, Lex- lington, Ky.; five daughters, Mrs, Nina Elliott, Evergreen, Colo., Hinchliff- •bearsnn,. UlBST'mC r . FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WC£T FREMONT 8TBEIT FHONE 34J2101 OAtiUUM MRS. IZORA M. MUNDY - 102 Locust St. Services 10:30 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff • Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Williamsfield Cemetery, Williamsfield, 111. MRS. IZORA M. MUNDY Mrs. Izora M. Mundy, 76, of 102 Locust St. died Saturday at 9 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Izora Harmison was born Feb. 26, 1897, in Knox County and had lived in Galesburg 43 years. She married Marshall A. Mundy at Peoria April 17, 1916. He died in April 1960. Surviving are four sons, Marshall A. Jr., Galen G., Wallace Matthew and William H., all of Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Virgil (Catherine) Chii- ders, Granville; a sister, Mrs. iNellie Farris, Galesburg; 16 grandchildren, and 21 great grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be at Williamsfield. JOE DANFORTH CAMERON — Funeral for Joe Charlie Danforth, 87, of Cameron, who died last Friday, was Sunday at 2 p.m. at Cameron Christian Church. Rev. Raymond Shepherd officiated. Burial was at Silent Home Cemetery, Cameron. Pallbearers were Charles and Delbert Leath, Carl and William Olson. Russell Murphy and Pete Squires. Otidfellows services were conducted at the cemetery. Carl Olson was noble grand and John Hillman was chaplain. Two survivors were omitted from an obituary published last Friday. They are t sister, Mrs. Jessie McCone, Abingdon, and a brother, John, Galesburg. INFANT LINK ELLISVILLB ^ Funeral for Lisa K. Link, «-month-oId daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Link, who died last Friday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at the Coman Memortal Heme, Avon. Rev. ERon Klliott, paitor of the enisville Church of the Naia* rene, officiated. Burial was in Eilisville Cemetery. IMRS. D. K. SHEAIiER TOULON-Mrs. D.K.Shear­ er, 19, of Toulon, died Saturday at the Rockwood Nursing Home near Kirkwood, Mo, The former Kate McMillan was bora April 23, 1883, in Grant County, Ky. She married D. K. Shearer on April 10, ld07 in Wilmington, Ky. She was a member of Toulon Congregational Church and its Women's Fellowship, and the Toulon Women'tClub. Survivors include two sons, Robert, Milwaukee, Wis., and James, Ibuion; a daughter, Mrs. C. A. (Ruth) May, Kirkwood, Mo.; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. H. C. Beach, Clearwater, Fla. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon, where visitation will be Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in Toulon Cemetery. I JOHN R. JOHNSON MONMOUTH - John Robert Johnson, 63, of 408 N. B St., died Sunday at 2:25 p.m. while at work at the Motel Shell service station. He was born June 2, 1909, in Hancock County, where he was reared and educated. He at- Jtended Westera Illinois University for two years. He married Gladys Herche on May 9, ld32, at Davenport. He worked for Shell Oil Co. for over 40 years. He operated a Shell station at Macomb tor 24 years before opening a SheJl {station in Monmouth 15 years ago. He was a Aiember of the Carthage Mesonlc Lodge. Surviving with the widow are two sons, John Nelson, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and Robert, Annaheim, Calif.; a daughter, Miss Gladys Mary Johnson, a student at Illinois Wesleyan University, Normal; four grand- Children; five step-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Harriett Raitt, Corona Del Mar, Calif. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1 iP^m. at Hoover Memorial 'Chapel. Burial will be at St. Mary's Conetery in Hancock County. Friends may call at the funeral home after today at 3 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. ROBERT HODGE MONMOUTH - Robert Hodge, 74, of near Monmouth, died today at 12:15 a.m. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Hoover Memorial Chapel. ROBERT F. TUCKER PEORIA — Robert F. Tucker, 72, of 2209 Camhan Court, died at St. Francis Hospital Sunday at 1 p.m. He was born July 12, 1900, near Brimfield. He married Marjorie Smith on Sept. 24,1924, in Wiliiamsvilie. He was a retired rural mail carrier. He belonged to the National Rural Letter Carriers Assn., and was a member of Bradley Epworth United Methodist Church. Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Gerald (Marylin) Doran, Peoria; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Verla) Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Millard Miles, both of Galesburg, and Mrs. Emil (Goldie) Anderson, SanTee, Calif., and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Endsley and Son Funeral Home, Peoria, where visitation will be Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in , J Four persons were hurt Saturday in a 2-car collision on U. S. 34 west of Galesburg near the Galesburg Drive-In Theater when an eastbound car, above, driven by William Henry Carlsm, 17, Roseviile, reportedly timed into the path of a westbound auto operated by Mary Sue Hendricks, 23, Rio, who was listed in serious condition today by St. Mary's Hospital authorities. Carlson and a passenger in his car, Jeanette W. Jarred, 16, Berwick were treated and released at St. Driver Charged Mary's, along with a pasaenger in the Hendricks auto, Florence Ann CUllison, 19,131 N. Seminary St. Carlson was charged with failing to yield the right of way. The accident occurred shortly after 8 p. m. An additional charge of illegally possessing firearms was logded against Carlson after police found a revolver in his oar. He had no firearm owners identification card, authorities said. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) Today's Record Traffic Accidents Charles R. Baker, 25, Maquon, was in fair condition today in St. Mary's Hospital after he ap- )arently dozed at the wheel of lis car about 2:30 a.m., causing it to veer into a bridge. The mishap occurred on Knox County Highway 38 about three miles easto 111.41. Baker walked to the nearby home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bauer, where he broke in when he could not rouse the residents, according to authorities. Baker telephoned his parents and apparently used the bathroom at I wheels dropped off the road. The car swerved across the road and struck a culvert. About 45 minutes earlier, there was another wreck at the same site. Miss Palti J. Godfrey, 19, Normal, was driving north on U.S. 67 and approaching the III. 135 junction when the auto went out of control on a curve. The car struck a post and overturned. Miss Godfrey was charged with failure to re^ duce speed to avoid an acci dent. Michael A. Jacobs, 16, Biggsville, escaped injury Saturday at 11:50 p.m. when his car noon for an earlier incident when he allegedly pulled a street sign from the ground. Larry E. Strahlman, 32, 470 E. Second St., was arrested Sunday at 10:33 p.m. following an incident at his residence. Thomas Keith, 33, 505 Iowa Ave., was taken into custody Saturday at 11:10 p.m. in the 200 block of South Seminary Street for public intoxication. (icttciiiijr uacu i"*- ii:au p.m. wneu in; the residence before his parents ^^^^^^ a deer, pifeked'him up and.transported ^^^^^ driving east on du uccu mc.c. . the C 0 1 d b r 0 0 k intersection. Three persons were injured ghjrey was driving his car east during the weekend as a result- ^ U.S. 34 when Mrs. Collinson him to the hospital. The Bauers were unaware of his presence until they awoke this moraing to find the glass in their kitchen door broken and blood in the bathroom. They telephoned the county sheriff's office and were told that Baker had been there. U.S. 34 about one mile west of 111. 94 when the deer leaped into the path of the auto. John F. Shirey, 23, Inglewood, Calif., and Mrs. Alice E. Collinson, 73, Victoria, were in-' volved in a 2-car accident Sat-' urdav at 9:10 a.m. on U.S. 34 at MONMOUTH - Wiliard E. iTeel, 20, 917 S. Sixth St., was charged today at 3:58 a.m. with dlsorder\y conduct. The charge was made on a complaint by his iwife. I Celeste A. Skinner, 20, 715 E. Third Ave., was charged Saturday with theft of under $150. She was allegedly shoplifting at la local store. reportedly drove into his path from the Cameron blacktop. Mrs. Collinson was charged with failure to yield right of way. —o cf traffic mishaps involving motorcycles. Raymond L. Hopping, 30, and his wife, Kay, both of 78 Arnold St., were in fair condition today a* St. Mary's Hospital after they were liurt Sunday about, 7:15 p.m. when the motorcycle Arrests they were riding struck the back pioyd Brannon, 61, 553 of a car driven by Maxine D. Holton St., was arrested SUn- Jarvis, 19, 799 E. Main St.. m'day ,bout 7 p.m. by Galesburg the 300 block of East Main Street. There were on charges. A witness said the motorcycle was traveling at a slow rate of speed and apparently slid out g][J!ggJ^' from under the couple when the ' _ [Operator applied the brakes. mt,_„ ««-.«„r ..^ ' Steven Praiff Watson IQ 4 ^H pCrsons WCre charged Meven Craig Watson, 19, 438|durlng the weekend for disor- police for driving while under the influence of alcohol. Bran- non'a car was stopped in the 400 block of South Academy WOOOHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. RUSSEU L. ATCHISON Age 42 Woodbull, Ul. Services 10:30 A.M. - TUESDAY PETERSON-WALLIN & KNOX, WOOOHULL. Visitation tonight 7 to 9 P.M. with Masonic services at 8 P.M. Graveside services 2 P.M. Wednesday at the Kane Cemetery, liane, HI. Memorial may be left at the funeral home. .QUALITY • SERVICE) THE ULTIMATE IN MEMORIAL FLORAL DESIGN • Ptivitt Family Consultttion Serving — QalKburg, E««t Galesburg, Knoxville, Altona, Oneida, Victoria, Abingdon, Cameron, Walaga. Phont 342*41 S5 S. Soangataha Rd., was treated at St. Mary's Hospital Saturday after he reportedly lost control of the motorcycle he was riding in an attempt to avoid a ccllision with a pickup driven by Donald R. Owens, 30, 64 S. Whitesboro St., shortly before derlyi conduct. John Oeth, 23, 824 E. Brooks St., was booked Saturday after- Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to the MO block of South 7 p.m. near the corner of Brooks Seminary Street today about and Oak streets. Owens was 8:15 a.m. to ektinguish' a fire cited for failing to yield the s car. Loss was light, right of way. Firemen mopped up spilled No tickets were issued after gasoline Sunday about 7:30 p.m. a mishap Sunday at 1:18 a.m. in the 300 block of East Main in the 300 block of North Hen-Street after a traffic mishap, derson Street involving cars There was no fire. driven by Trudy M. Helms, 24, i , . 136 Maple Ave., and Johnnie J .^T'^J^i./SuKki* Williams, 29, 2225 E. Main St. ' *^I1^VISHII1- Francis 0. Betz, 60, 5 E. Main (Continued From Page 6) Swan Lake Memory Gardens, cited for fallhig to yield-- ., . 1 , _ r 1 ... I W( RALPH OTTOSON Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Myers, Abingdon, a boy at 6:39 a.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Hawkinson, Rt. 1, a boy at 12:57 p.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Augustson, 1022 N. Academy, a boy at 6:45 p.m. Sunday. Capt. and Mrs. Fred E. Barton, 8419 Baseline Rd., Little Rock, Ark., are parents of a son, Darren Eugene, bom Sunday. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Barton, 731 E. North St. Great- grandparenta arc Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Barton and Mrs. Zelma Richards of Galesburg. Great- great grandmother is Mrs. Florence Peck, Galesburg. Vandalism MONMOUTH-Wendell Sage, 900 S. D St., reported to police Saturday at 9:20 a.m. that vandals had scratched the trunk and two fenders of his car while It was parked in the 200 block of East Broadway, He estimated the damage at $35. Murriuj^e Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Patricia A. (Branch) Norris, 34, and Earnest C. Woodruff, 34,^ both of Abingdon, i Patricia Eileen (Stamm) Thompson, 28, 566 N. Seminary St., and Jerry Dean Anderson, ALEXIS - Ralph Clifford Ottoson, 77, Alexis, died Sunday night at Val Verde Hospital, Del Rio, Tex., where he had been a patient a week. Mr. Ottoson was born July 20, 1895 at Galesburg where he (Continued on Page 21) S;, was cited lor failing to yieia;- . . gp ^.. ^ ,. . ^ •, 5«"u uc, WoSTr "s ;^™l«-°^^^^^^^^^^^ Bober. Da,a„, 20, 1018 The Picture of Dorian Gray, about a man whose desire to E. South St. Miss Mary Lou Kessier, 18, remain eternally young comesjand Jon L- Gentry, 20, both of true, at a dreadful price. Shane JGeneseo. Briant portrays the young man, A-l Ambuhnn WE APPRECIATE THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING OUR MANY CUSTOMERS N. M. ICHACTNII, Owner ly after 9 p.m. at the corner I of Dayton and Henderson treets. , A pickup driven by Danny W. iReynoids, 36, 1552 Brown Ave., . . struck a parked car owned by and the two-part offering will I HENDERSON roiiNTV Stephen J. Daggers, 762 E. total three hours. Suszann iSn maau^^ Berrien St.. Sunday at 9:13 p.m. Also on Tuesday of next SaTjS^ W Mo^^^^^^^ near the corner of Florence week, CBS-TV has a 90-minute Syn sSe ffi GuEe" Avenue and Losey Street. There|teleplay by Ingmar Bergman, and Lel^ U^^^^^^ were no charges. MONMOUTH - Allen L. Martin, 19, of near Alexis, received minor injuries in a 1-car accident Sunday at 3:45 a.m. on 111. 135 about four miles west of Alexis. He was treated at Mon- moutdi Community Memorial Hospital and released. •! J_!..:_„ The Lie," about an affluent suburban couple forced to face the false values of their way of life, and starring George Segal, Shirley Knight and Robert Culp. The Saiuki, developed in Syria about 6000 B.C., is be- Martin was driving west on lieved to be the oldest purebred 111, 135 when the car's right dog in the world. son, Oquawka. Peggy Sue Hobby and Vernon Franklin Nixon, both of Lomax. STARK COUNTY - Marriage iicenaes have been i«iued in stark County to Pdtrick Blair Bradford aiul Ju(}y ive Larson, both oi Galesburg, end Carl Lee Stowe, Tlskilwa, and Lana Elaine Greenwood, Bradford. - m

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