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28 Jacksonville Journal, Jdcksonvilfe, Sept 1969 WortCF Gun Dealer Charged Jacksonville With Violations SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Mrs. Virginia Mae Winkel- A Granite City gun dealer was mann, 45, of Petersburg, was indicted for violating federal charged with embezzling a total gun control laws by a federal of from the National Bank grand jury Thursday. lof Petersburg where she was Ronald Edward Shafer was as a teller, charged with unlawful Also accused of eml)ezzlement transfer and possession of Hubert Steven Crews, 28, arms as well as failure to Alton. He was charged with records.

taking $500 from Alton Bank- The indictment charged Sha- ing and Timst Company while fer with knowingly selling a gun an employe, to a convicted felon; possessing, An East Peoria couple, Fran- unregistered grenades on sever- cis H. and Beulah M. Larson al occasions and selling gren- were charged with evading ades without reporting the more than $24,000 in federal in- The grand jury also indicted, come taxes during 1963 and 1964. two persons for bank embezzle-! Indicted for the theft of $606 from the Community Bank of East Peoria was Dean Lowe, 21, of East Peoria. Two men were charged with stealing almost 2,000 bushels of soybeans from Co-Op Elevator Palmer, Iowa.

The two are Charles Lee address unknown, and Melvin Laverne McCallon, 34, of St. Joseph, Mo. ment. Auxiliary ants Names Of Those Serving In Viet 'The Auxiliary to Amvets Post loo met Tuesday, Sept. 23rd.

Bud Ingledue of Quincy was president of Ingle- at the Post Home. President i due Excavating Irene Sanders presided. Acting with failing to pay a total of Lucy Stillwell led $2,040 in highway use taxes for the pledge to the flag and the the truck tractors during preamble. Chaplain Hazel period from 1964 to 1967. fried offered prayer.

Marie Hart i A 25-count indictment was won the door drawing and the, handed down against Dorothy B. regular drawing. Minutes were Frederickson, 49, of Moline, for read by secretary, Esta Lee of U.S. Tieas- Beadles. Kathleen Laugharyjury checks and bonds, gave the report.

Eight men were indicted for newals were received from Pearl Angelo, Mary Boston, Edna German, Mary Hopper, Opal Keating, Rose Owens, Mildred Roberts, Ruth White and Anna Rose Young. S.O.S. Chairman Louise Witham stated she had received failure to report for duty as ordered by their draft boards. Six had been called to active military duty, two to alternate civilian duty. Five of the men were listed at Canadian addresses.

Those chaiged with draft names of only boys that are linquency and their home towns in Vietnam. The Frederick William Beyer, would like to get names of more 26, of Decatm-; Jerry Allen boys from Morgan county serv-1 Meadows, 25, Madison; Thomas ing in Viet. Please send tiieseiPatrick Devitt, 21, Belton, to Louise Witham, 325 E. Col-1 David Lee King, 20, Granite lege or Irene Sanders, 832 S. iCity; Donald John Waite, 26, Main.

Auxiliary members want Daniel Thomas Barrett, to write to the boys, send Eust Moline; James Francis day cards and boxes. Marie Becker, 24, Peoria; and Adrian Hart, membership chairman an-1 Charles Dillin, 20, Galesburg. nounced a membership drive i -----------------------is now on. All who have not paid i fl 1970 dues should do so now. The llUri L.

Early Bird Dinner, for paid up' members will be November 3rd at the Amvets Club. 1 I Jill A donation was given to the Jacksonville MacMurray Music Association. Sackettes will hold a rummage sale at the Amvets Club October 4th. The next reg- PTA Speaker Presentation of colors by Boy Scout Troop 113 followed by greetings from president Fred Hammond opened the first meeting this year of the South Jacksonville P.T.A. Tuesday evening, September 23.

Highlights included presentation of a charter to Boy Scout Troop 113 by William Mitchell, who is Neighborhood Commissioner of the Honest Abe District, Abraham Lincoln Council of Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Mitchell also presented a commendation to the P.T.A. for sponsorship of three scouts units in South Jacksonville, Cubs, Boy Scouts, and Explorer Scouts, totalling some 150 boys. Mrs.

Isabelle Weller, School Social Worker, spoke Have Problem, Will She explained the important role the social worker can play in resolving a problems at school and in the home. During the evening Mr. Hammond introduced committee chairmen, and Principal Bob Adams introduced members of the school faculty. Mrs. William Esslinger accepted the Past pin on behalf of her husband, who was unable to attend.

A report of the burgoo and bake sale was given by chairman Bob Leach, followed by the presentation and acceptance of the 1969-70 budget, which was prepared by chairman Shirley Daniels and her committee. An invitation was extended to all members to attend the District P.T.A. meeting at Mendon, Illinois, October 7. Mrs. first grade room won the attendance prize.

The meeting adjourned with a reception for the teachers in the school cafeteria. CARNATION COMPANY Plant Manager James L. Atherton, left, receives his new membership card from the Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce President James C. Coultas, center, and Robert Hamm, former president and a member of the Contact Club of the Chamber. Carnation Company has temporary offices at 410 West Lafayette.

The plant location is west of Passavant hospital and will be completed sometime next year. Bluffs Resident Suffers Injury West Of City Rites Saturday Harry L. Deen of 111 E. ular meeting is October 14th. I Michigan, who had been manag- Closing prayer was by of the Johnson Color Mart Hazel Siegfried.

Refreshments 1 here for 17 years, died at were served to the Amvets and hospital Thursday Auxilary after adjourmnent. evening after a long illness. He was previously employed at the Wright Lumber company. Born in Morgan County Aug. 7.

1901, he was the son of Joseph J. and Belle Combs Deen. He was married Aug. 7, 1929 to the former Emma Lou 'Wright, survives. He also leaves a son, Ted of Jacksonville; a granddaughter, A benefit candy sale, to Marie Deen; two brothers, Saturday Sale To Raise Fundi For Orchestra Youth Arrested On Liquor Count Thursday Randy Lee Hebei, 17, of R.F.D.

1 Wayerly, was arrested by city police officers Thursday afternoon after he was allegedly seen carrying several six packs of beer from the Flame tavern at 216 N. Main St. Officers said that when they approached Hebei he dropped the beer and ran. He was captured after a 15 minute chase and charged with illegal possession of liquor. According to policemen, Hebei used another identification to purchase the beer.

Hebei was released from the city jail after he posted a $100 bond. A 65-year-old rural Bluffs resident was treated at Passavant hospital following an accident at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Mound turn-off on Routes 36-54. Berton Chamberlain, 65, of Route 1, Bluffs was rushed to the hospital by Lowe ambulance and treated for cuts on the hand and ear and shock. His condition was reported good after treatment.

Investigating state police said the three-vehicle accident happened when a car driven by Walter M. Hoots, 50, of Route 2, Jacksonville, eastbound, stopped to make a left turn onto Mound. Hoots was struck from behind by a pickup truck driven by Chamberlain which pushed the Hoots auto into the path of a westbound auto driven by Oliver W. Wadsworth, 43, of Kalamazoo. Mich.

The Wadsworth auto was driven from the scene. The pickup truck and the Hoots car had to be towed from the scene of the accident. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stam- I baugh of Alexander became the 'parents of a daughter at 10:02 a.m.

Wednesday at Passavant hospital. Official Canvass Held Thursday In Con Con Vote School Dress Code Invalidated By Judge CHICAGO (AP) A federal judge ruled Thursday that a Judge Parsons denied a request from Miller for $300 in suburban high school dress code actual damages and $100,000 in for male prohibit- exemplary damages from offi- ed beards and long cials of School District No. 224. unconstitutional. Judge James B.

Parsons of U.S. District Court enjoined the board of Consolidated High School, in a northwestern suburb of Chicago, from enforcing the code. The constitutionality of the dress rule was challenged by David Miller, a senior at the school, in a suit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. School officials had prohibited Miller, 17, from registering for the fall term because of his beard, moustache and shoulder length hair. Judge Parsons ordered the school to readmit the youth to classes Sept.

18, pending a final ruling on the case. In his decision Thursday, the judge held that the dress code Winchester Women Plan Social Session By Naomi Lawson (Winchester Correspondent) (Telephone 742-3490) WINCHESTER The Winchester Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Slagle Ranch Inn with Jack Barwick and Ned Jackson of Jacksonville scheduled to present a pantom ine skit. A group from the Junior club will also entertain. Mrs.

Nellie Roosa and Mis. Miller because of the lapperance and ordered any 1 1 of disciplinary actions official election canvassi from of Con Con primary Mr. and Mrs. William Hess election was held Thursday of 3 Turner road became the the county office. parents of a daughter at 5:30 There were no major p.m.

Wednesday at Passavant although four of the totals! A hospital. changed by as much as two Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan of Arenzville became the parents of a son at 12:17 a.m. Thursday at Passavant hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. William Well of MurrayviUe became the parents of a son at 1:30 a.m. Thursday at Passavant hospital. Mr.

and Mrs. Martin Burke of 863 Hardin avenue became the parents of a son at 6:32 a.m. Thursday at Passavant hospital. Rowe Leib will give two min- discriminated against students lute talks. Reservations may be because earlier testimony had made with Mrs.

Carl Woodcock indicated teachers were allowed to wear beards and long hair. He enjoined the school board from expelling or suspending Canvass Sunday votes. The canvass was conducted under the direction of County Clerk Louise Coop andiri her staff with Harris Rowe and jfOr llIlClS John Sevier of Waverly representing the two political parties. or any member of the social committee though Saturday noon. The social committee includes Mrs.

Carl Woodcock, chairman; Mrs. Henry Corrie, Miss Edith Chapin and Miss Martha Higgins. Hear CROP Program The Winchester Kiwanis club held its regular meeting Tuesday at with William Campbell as program chairman. He introduced Rev. Robert Rooker, Illinois CROP director, who was guest speaker.

William Chambers, county CROP drive chairman, was also a guest. The club will hold a pork chop Issue Warrant For Railroad Arrest Robert Beebe, campaign di- Total votes cast in rector for the Jacksonville election was 4,778 which is community hunger ap- barbecue October 11 with noon about 24 per cent of the total announced Thursday that and evening meals being registered voters in the county, the first annual city canvass iggrved. The official totals were: Mel be Sunday, September 28.1 The new date for the white from local churches, plus two Jacksonville High School organizations will be conducting the; mon, 131; Walter L. Oblinger, 264 (minus 1); Don Adams, 499: Maurice W. Scott, 1,904 (plus 2); William L.

Fay, 4,088 (plus I door to door canvass. 1); Ken Cole, 71; James Roland! CROP has for many Me Alexander, 89; Kenneth W. I conducted a township campaign 109 (plus 2); Glenn in which area farmers contrib- Special Dance The Scott will vide supplementary funds for the public school orchestra program, will be held throughout the city Saturday. Members Thomas R. Deen of Alton and Carl Deen of Jacksonville and sisters: Gertrude, wife of Lloyd Bell and Jessie, widow of the junior and senior high of Kelly, both of Rood- school orchestras will canvass house; Ethel, wife of Howard the city with prizes to be awarded to the top salesmen.

Cardwell of and wife of Joseph Garner Final plans for the fund-rais-i of Greenfield, ing event were made during Mr. Deen attended schools in a meeting held the Jonathan-1 Morgan and Scott counties and 'furner orchestra room with was a member of Grace United Mrs. Robert Rooker, president Methodist church, of the Jacksonville Orchestra Rites are scheduled at 2 p.m. Parents Association, presiding. I Saturday at Cody and Son Introduced during the evening Memorial Home with Dr.

were the new officers: Mrs. Frank Marston officiating. In- Kooker, Mrs. Lavora Grey, ferment be in MurrayviUe vice-president; Mrs. Audrey cemetery.

Simmons, secretary. The trea-. The family will meet friends surer, Mrs. John Patterson, at the funeral home from 7:30 was unable to attend. The new 8:30 p.m.

tonight, elementary school string in- i Charged Vi ith Shoplifting structor, Miss Lancy Leo, was presented by John Hayter, director of the high school orchestra. Members were reminded that community calendars, delayed in shipment, have arrived and! are now available for sale 19, ot a second fund-raising project. Douglas was ted by city pohce officers Thmsday at 9 p.m. at the Walgreen Agency Drug Store, i 846 S. Main St.

She w-as charged with theft iby shoplifting and released on her She is to appear in magistrate investi-iCourt October 20. Scott Orders Rigged Bidding Crackdowns Paul Fussner Dies, Services Set Elmwood A warrant for the arrest of I Rusell Harrison, a conductor I for the Norfolk and Western Railroad was issued in magistrate court Thursday morning in connection with a shooting incident which reportedly happened about 7 p.m. Wednesday jnear the North Main crossing. 1 Railroad detectives said Har- reportedly shot at a sec- a former ond employe, John Harrel, 853 Paul V. Fussner, Jacksonville resident and owner East State, and missed.

A. Kniss, 122; Harlan T. Watson 149; and Thomas F. Londrigan, 1,010. uted commodities or money to relieve hunger overseas.

For some years now local communi- totals combined ties have taken on the task of with the Sangamon county vote collecting money for CROP in placed the names of four candidates on the general election urban areas. Members of the hold a special square dance years 8 p.m. Saturday at Monument Park. Bruno Zeni will be the caller. All members will provide eight sandwiches for the event.

Project The G.A.A. Club of Winchester High school will collect empty soft drink bottles ballot for Nov. 18: Scott, Fay, fied by the response of the high Londrigan and Oblinger. of T.V. shop here, was pronounced dead on arrival at Passavant hospital at 10:50 a.m.

Thursday. Mr. Fussner, 57, had been living in Elmwood and had recently been hospitalized for treatment of a heart ailment. He was born in Belltree, Kan. 'Jan.

19, 1912, son of Peter and Mary A. Stevens Fussner. He is survived by his widow, Grace Ann Halb Fussner; one daughter, Carol Ann and his mother, Mrs. Mary Fussner, all of Elmwood. His father died three years Mr.

Fussner, a member St. Catholic church against attempts to seek state contracts and purchases through favoritism or rigged bidding procedures. andals Short Signal Switch City police officers gated a case of vandalism along! -----------------------the railroad tracks at East' Chambers St. Thursday at I' LLt 10:04 pm. NETS A cable which services a a i road signal switch had been SoOO cut, causing a short in the! NORTONVILLE The Satur- mechanism.

Sept. 13, fish and chicken Officers contacted the Spring-1 supper for the Youngblood field freight yard and notified netted a profit of over them that the device was Some 466 adult and 65 operable. UANCE SAT. SEFl. 27 3 Hits A Miss Bluffs American Legion CHICAGO (AP) William J.Ugo Scott, Illinois attorney general, said Thursday he has ordered crackdown jjj Elmwood, was a member Church of Our Saviour while living here.

Requiem mass will be offered morning at St. Pat- Scotts order apphes to church in Elmwood with state agencies, which are re- bunai to be in St. quired to report bids for goods, cemetery there services property and all oth-1 Friends may caU at the Keavy Funeral Home here this ceding The rosary will be re- Scott said his order places cited at the funeral home at particular emphasis on bids for I pm highway construction. action stems from a new anti-trust law package passed by the last session of the Illinois Legislature. The new law requires reports be filed with Antitrust Division as well as with the U.S.

Department of Justice. Scott said the investigations have shown that certain suppliers divided the state into individual territories. When a state agency called for bids, all the firms would submit identical bids. this kind of tightly-controlled marketing Scott said, are invariably higher than they would be in a freely competitive market and trade is illegally Harrel told investigators that he was servicing the switch engine parked at the freight house when Harrison asked him to make it run more quiet. Harrel said he told Harrison at that time that he could not make any adjustments in the operation.

Later, Harrison fired a shot at Harrel. Railroad detectives arrived from Decatur to make an investigation about 11 p.m. Wednesday and found Harrison asleep in a caboose and noticed a .32 cal. pistol on a table. They wakened Harrison and asked him to go to the freight office of North Main to discuss the events.

Harrison did not appear at the freight office and apparently left in his own car. The warrant was issued for arrest Thursday. Clinton Lovd. Former Local Resident. Dies CROP board have been grat- Saturday, at 9 a.m.

Church Services school vouth of Jacksonville to! Elder Clarence Lister will this appeal. services at 10:30 a.m. and Church groups participating Sunday at the Sandiare: First Baptist, Centenary Tidge Baptist church. Edna Still of Mt. Sterling is a patient in Schmitt hospital at Beardstown.

ENTEKTAINMENT SATURDAY NIGHT TILL 9 Organist Dorothy Bermes THE BEEF BIRD children tickets were sold. Donations were included. Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Gary recently spent a week-1 in Waverly.

end with Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson near Mexico, Mo. Mr. and Mrs.

Lowell Wells and pebby spent Sunday, Sept. 21, with the G. M. Skinker family at Florissant, Mo. Mrs.

Minnie Dodsworth of Springfield spent a few days recently with her sister Mrs. Ora Kelly. CORRECTION The Franklin Music club will meet Saturday, Sept. 27, instead of Saturday, Oct. 4, as incorrectly stated in an earlier account of the meeting.

Mrs. Helen Turnbull will be hostess for the meeting at her home AMVET SMOKER Friday Steak ENTERTAINMENT Lloyd Bieber TVio Saturday nite Fabulous Sally in the Room A irpiiia Club $100 REWARD For information and proof of person or persons, who shot white Eskimo Spitz dog about Monday, Sept. 15. Grace Coleman, Franklin, 111. FOX SERVICES HELD THURSDAY Funeral services for George B.

Fox were held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Cody and Son Memorial Home with Mrs. William C. Hamlet, First Reader at Church of Christ Scientist, officiated. Mrs.

Gail Gilbert was at the organ. Pallbearers were Duane Beauchamp, Virgil Beauchamp, Clarence Brown, Harold Hammon, Donald Reining and George Rischel. Interment was in Auburn cemetery. Delicious, Hot Pizza FREE home delivery 3-9913 Friday, Sept. 26th Country Continentals LOUNGE 211 West State St.

EAGLES DAiAGE Sat. night 9 to 12 L. Wade, C. Steinacher, K. Cotter I 'Hie Country 51 4 CERTIFICATES FREE Premiums LINCOLN DOUGLAS Savings Loan Assoc.

CONTINUED SERVICE For tuning and maintenance on all pianos I sold for Musser Piano Co. Owners who wish tuning service may call me at 245-4234 or The Tune Shop or write: JOHN C. STEimiOFF TUNER-TECHNICIAN 1603 CHILTON AVE. Schoneman Services To Be Held Monday Funeral services for Grace Schoneman, whose late husband, Frederick Schoneman, taught at Illinois School For The Deaf for many years, will be held here Monday. Mrs.

Schoneman, 84, died at 11:35 a.m. Thursday at Modern Care Nursing Home. She was born in Lewisburg, Ohio, July 10, 1885; daughter of A. H. and Ida Hoerner Albert.

Her husband preceded her in death July 13, 1967. Surviving are three nephews: Robert Meigs of Normandy, Frederick Meigs of Washington, D. C. and David Harker of Lutherville, five grandnephews and several cousins. Two brothers preceded her in death.

Mrs. Schoneman was educated at the Ohio School For The Deaf at Columbus. Services are scheduled at 10 a.m. Monday at the Williamson Funeral Home. Reverend William J.

Boston will officiate with burial to be in Rose Lawn cemetery at Lewisburg, Ohio. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 7-9 p.m. Sunday. BURGOO OCT. 27 BROOKLYN CTIURCH Kettle service only, 6 a.m.

Dale White, soupmaker. United Methodist, Bethel A.M.E., Our Saviour's Catholic, Grace United Methodist, Central Christian, First Congregational, First Presbyterian, Trinity Episcopal and Mt. Emory Baptist. Also, aiding in the can- fiR vAar niH bc the Future Farmers former local resident died America Chapter, and the c7 Key Club of Jacksonville High School. Clinton Loyd, 3:05 p.m.

Thursday in St. Albans, Va. Mr. Loyd, who lived at 782 E. College while in Jacksonville, had been employed at both MacMurray and Illinois College.

Born in Hardinsburg, Ky. May 31, 1883, he was the son of Solomon and Sarah Allen Loyd. His wife, Alta, died last April 9. Mr. Loyd leaves a son, Edgar, of St.

Albans; two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Meadows of Clute, Tex. and Mrs. Margaret Lambert of Fern Park, five grandchildren: Mrs. Judi Reali of Orlando, Rodney Loyd of Winston-Salem, N.C., Carl, Rickey and Steven Loyd, all of St.

Albans and a great- granddaughter, Stephanie Reali. He was a member of the I.O.O.F. Services will be conducted at! the Williamson Funeral Horae at 1:30 rend William J. Boston officiating. Burial will be in Diamond Grove cemetery.

The family will meet friends at the funeral home from 7-9 p.m. Sunday. CROP provides a variety of resources for church-related relief programs overseas, shipping high protein foods not available through government donation, commodities for food- for-work projects, tools and farm equipment, seed, fertilizer, and funds for family planning clinics, cooperatives, well-drilling equipment, and for other attacks on the root causes of himger. Donors may designate their gifts to other agencies, if they so choose. Designation must be indicated to, and recorded by canvasser; receipts are issued upon request.

Undesignated gifts are channeled through Church World Service, which operates in forty overseas areas. and Craft Day Art and Craft Day will be held Monday at the local Extension office. There will be two sessions, at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Howard hurrelbrink and Mrs.

Richard Hembrough will give the lesson. Anyone desiring may attend. Personals Bessie Megginson was taken to Norris hospital Thursday in the Woodcock ambulance. Bruce Burroughs is a patient at Passavant hospital. lliamson Funeral Horae TJ 1 p.m.

Monday with Reve- ll01iry oCllO110 -T Rncfnn Of Arenzville Marks Birthday BAND NITE Friday, Sept. 26, 9 to 1 Virgil Null and the Ramblers. First drink free to everyone after 9 p.m. THE ALPS Joseph Stelte Dies Thursday ASHLAND Joseph Stelte, a farmer who lived near Ashland, was pronounced dead on arrival at St. hospital in Springfield Thursday evening.

'Mr. Stelte reportedly became ill while in Ashland and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Arrangements are pending at the Staab Funeral Home in Springfield. CIRCUIT SUPERVISOR TO DELIVER ADDRESS R. R.

Rambo, circuit supervisor of Witnesses who has been visiting the local congregation reeentiy will pre-j David, Chris and Gary of Arenzville, and the honored guest, ARENZVILLE-Henry Schone was honored recently with a picnic at Nichols park in Jacksonville in celebration of his recent 83rd birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hackman and Mark of Havana; Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Schone Debbie and Karan, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Stock of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Terry, Timmy and Pat, Miss Peggy Williams, and Mrs.

Kenneth Stock and Kevin of Jacksonville. Miss Pat Urn augh of Macomb; Mr. and Lloyd Schone, Mr. and Mrs. Karmy Schone and Tamara, and Mr.

and Mrs. Wayne Schone, Janelle and Craig of Chapin; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stock, Michael, Kathy and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs.

Myron Beard, Darryl, Sue sent the featured address at Kingdom Hall at 10 a.m. Sunday. Mr. address, entitled Appointed Times Of Nations Have Run is open to the public. Bloomfield Comm.

Club Burgoo and bake sale, Sept. 27, 11 a.m. Kettle Service Only. FISH FRY Zingabad Grotto Sept. 27 Serving 5-8 p.m.

Masonic Temple Henry Schone. Miss Janice Morrison, R.N. and Miss Sharon Meyer, R.N. left Sunday for DeKalb where they will further their education in Nursing at Northern Illinois University. STOCK REDUCTION SALE NOW Items too numerous to list.

700 school dresses $3 and up. Small Fry Fashions East Side Square Smith Funeral Services To Be Held Today BEARDSTOWN Funeral services for Mrs. Harrison Smith of Beardstown will be held this afternoon. Mrs. Smith, 79, died early Wednesday at the Boyd Nursing Home.

She was born in Greene County Nov. 30, 1889, daughter of William and Helen Chute Bunfill. She was married Oct. 9, 1910 to Harrison Smith, who died Jan. 15, 1967.

Surviving are two sons, Emil of Missouri and Virgil of Beardstown; two daughters, Mrs. Norma Spencer of Beardstown and Mrs. Nelda Smith, living in New Mexico; 11 grandchildren, five great grandchildren, three sisters, three brothers and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Smith was a member of the First Southern Baptist church of Beardstown.

Reverend Arnold Hoffman, pastor of the church, will officiate at rites to be held at 2:30 p.m. today at the Cline Funeral Home. Burial will be in Beardstown City cemetery. OES BAKE SALE AT ROODHOUSE SEPT. 27 ROODHOUSE Roodhouse Chapter OES will hold a bake sale, Saturday, between the hours of 9 and 11:30 a.m.

at the W. 0. Harp office in the uptown district. Worthy Matron Mrs. Lloyd Coffman, will pick up donated food if called.

Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Ruyle and daughter. Miss Joan Ruyle, have returned from a visit with his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.

Elmore Hakes, Dana. Good School Buys THRIFT SHOP, Congregational Church. Open Sat. 10 till 4. We Service All Makes Players Recorders MAY MUSIC CO.

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