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16 Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. ... Monday; Sept. 9, 1963 Knoxville, is in charge of service arrangements. Other survivors arc a sister Rhonda .lean; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hall of Gilson, maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brush of Gilson and paternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hall of Maquon. DEATHS AND FUNERALS MARGARITA SIERRA HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Ros* ary will be recited tonight for actress-singer Margarita Sierra, "Cha-Cha O'Brien" of the "Surfside 6" television series. The Spanish - born entertainer succumbed Friday in St. Vincent's Hospital where she had undergone delicate heart surgery (lie day before. She was 23. Requiem Mass will be held Tuesday morning at St. Cyril's Church in Encino. BERNARD REDER NEW YORK (UPI) - Funeral services will bo conducted today for Bernard Reder, 66, interna tionally known sculptor, who died Saturday night of cancer. JAMES W. DUNHAM CHICAGO (UPI) — James Webb Dunham, 58, president of the nationwide Chemetron Corp., died Sunday after a short illness GEORGE A. DAVIDSON SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) George A. Davidson, 66, retired vice president of Standard Oil Co. of California, died Sunday at his home. MRS. WAYNE ZOOK BUSHNELL — Mrs. Wayne E. Zook, 58, died at her home Sunday at 12:10 a.m. following a four- month illness. She was born in Bushnell Town ship Dec. 6, 1904, and attended schools in Bushnell. She was mar ried to Harold Ehresman, and in 1940 she married Wayne Zook at Fort Madison, Iowa. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Charlene Ehresman and Mrs. Eldon Brummett, Monuments and Mausoleums NcFALL MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St. Galcsburg, III. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Charles Shinn 1859 S. Seminary St. FUNERAL 2 P.M. TUESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Mrs. Ella Marie Pearson Route 1 Galesburg, III. FUNERAL 3:30 P.M. TUESDAY AT THE HENDERSON GROVE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. —o— Lyle D. Gould 1732 Brown Ave. FUNERAL 10 A.M. WEDNESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday evening. and a grandchild, all of Bushnell. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home with interment at the local cemetery. The family will meet friends tonight at the funeral home from 7:30-9 p.m. HENRY RADFORD Henry Radford, 75, died at St. Mary's Hospital Sunday at 12:30 a.m. Mr. Radford was born in Lay Center County, Kentucky, Dec. 25, 1BB7. He was a veteran of World War I. He married Georgie Elliott and the couple had five children. He moved to Galesburg in 1943, and on Jan. 14, 1960. he married Celia Jackson. Survivors include the widow, three children, Arthur, Mary Lean and Ollie James of Indianapolis, Ind., two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements arc pending at the Fletcher and McDougald Funeral Home. JOHN J. KENNEDY Requiem Mass will be celebrated Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church for John J. Kennedy, 80, of Galcs­ burg Route 1. The Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 o'clock at the Foley Mortuary, where friends may call. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mr. Kennedy died Saturday at 5:17 p.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where he was a patient 7'/ 2 weeks. Mr". Kennedy was born Oct. 4, 1882, in Ireland, and came to American at age 19, locating in the Barefoot community of Knox County, where he farmed, retiring in 1953. He was married to Helen Vaughn in Corpus Christi Church in 1915, and she died in 1953. Survivors ai'e a son, and two daughters, John E. Kennedy, Mrs. Frank (Edna) Wells and Mrs. Roland (Helen) Fox, all of Galesburg; 12 grandchildren; three brothers, William of Galesburg Route 1 and Edward and Mike in Iceland, and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy of Wataga and Mrs. Mary Malley of Florida. MRS. DELLA REINHARDT Graveside services were held Sunday in a Sandoval, Marion County, cemetery, for Mrs. Delia Reinhardt, widow of Fred E. Reinhardt. The couple formerly resided at 401 Hawkinson Ave. in Galesburg. Mrs. Reinhardt made her home the past 10 years with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Hill of Tahlcquah, Okla. Mrs. Dorothy Bcclham of 385 Hawkinson Ave. received word of the death of Mrs. Reinhardt. Mrs. Reinhardt was a charter member of the Oliver Wcndall Holmes Club and a member of the Galcsburg Congregational Church. Her husband was affiliated with the former IngcrsoH Coulter Disc plant in Galesburg. MISS MAYBEL W. BURNS MONMOUTH—Graveside services for Miss Maybcl W. Burns, former Monmouth resident, who died Sunday afternoon in Omaha, Neb., will be held Tuesday morning at 11 at the Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the Holliday & Hoover Memorial Chapel Tuesday morning until time of service. Miss Burns had taught in the Omaha school system 40 years, before retiring some time ago. There are no immediate vivors. AF&AM, the Monmouth OES No. 277, Monmouth BPOE No. 397, and the Monmouth Country Club. Survivors, besides the widow, include two sons, Richard Ervin of Monmouth, and Ralph Earl of Galesburg; five grandchildren and a brother, W. Gene Maguire of DuQuoin, Also surviving is a stepmother, Mrs. George Maha, and a stepsister, Mrs. Harold Mercer of Peoria. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel. Burial will be in the Oakwood Cemetery at Macomb. Masonic services will be conducted at the cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel this evening from 7 to 8. A memorial fund for Monmouth Hospital has been established and contributions may be left at the funeral chapel. Destroy Weeds, Roseville Officials Urge Residents sur- MAURICE BARUCH BUSHNELL—Mauri ce'Baruch of Washington, D. C, died Saturday. He had been ill several weeks following a heart attack. Mrs. Baruch was the former Mildt'cd Cadwalader, and her brother Bob of Bushnell left Saturday for Washington to be with her. FREEDOM FRANKLIN ALPHA — Mrs. Ethel Kcarns returned home Friday after attending the funeral for her son- in-law, Freedom Franklin of Barstow Thursday at the Schroeder Funeral Home in Silvis. Mrs. Charles Lenz, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brooks Sr. of New Windsor, also attended the ser vices. INFANT HALL MAQUON — Russell D., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hall of Maquon, died Sunday at 2:57 p.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, nine hours and 12 minutes after birth. Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Gilson Cemetery. The Klinck Mortuary, MRS. MARY ROBERTSON Mrs. Mary Robertson, 55, of 480 E. Fifth St., died today at 3:25 a.m. in the Harvey Nursing Home, 774 N. Broad St. She had been ill since July 19. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home where friends may call Tuesday evening. The former Mary Elizabct Lutz was born April 2, 1908, at Abingdon, and lived in Galesburg 33 years. She was employed as a saleswoman by Woolsey's Fab ric Shop in Galesburg. She was married to Harold (Stick) Robertson, in Galesburg Aug. 3, 1929, and he preceded her in death in 1957. Survivors are three brothers Harold Lutz of Mishwaka, Ind . William Lutz of near Abingdon and Kenneth Lutz of Santa Bar bara, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Aimer (Leota) Johnson of Mctamor Route 2, and her mother, Mrs Luclla Lutz, also of Metamora She also was preceded in death by her father. LYLE D. GOULD Funeral services for Lyle D. Gould, 54, of 1732 Brown Ave., who died Sunday at 9:40 p.m. in Cottage Hospital, will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Gould, who was employed as a mechanic in Galesburg School District 205, was born Sept. 19, 1908, in Knox County, and had resided in Galesburg 21 years. He was married to Jessie Bernicce Wilk June 7, 1928, in Galcsburg. Mr. Gould was a member of Galesburg Aerie of Eagles and attended the First Christian Church. Survivors are the widow; four sons, Richard and Frank, of Galesburg, James of Pasadena, Tex., and John of Biloxi, Miss.; a sister, Mrs. Fern Bubb of Knoxville Route 1, and eight grandchildren. ROSEVILLE — A campaign by residents for weed eradication was urged by the Village Board at their meeting in Village Hall on Tuesday night. Weed removal would advantage health in lowering the pollen count. It would reduce insect harboring during the winter months and would make the community a more attractive place. All Roseville citizenry is urged to cooperate in this effort. The Farmers' Grain Co. was given the go-ahead for the construction of new scales. The relocation of a fire hydrant near the company's place of business was referred to the water committee of the board for study. Cletus Bayne was granted a building permit for the remodel- Mr. John J. R.R. Kennedy l Flowers... "Nature's most beautiful memorial" Anderson BROAD STREET florists 128 N. Broad 343-2103 SERVICES 9:30 A.M. TUESDAY. IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MOtTUAKY H +»N,Jr -da 342-W3 1 iinsi s mil Mrs. Mary Robertson 480 East 5th St. FUNERAL 1:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY, FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. LEON WILLHITE. Friends may call Tuesday evening at First & Puckett Chapel. •6 North Chambers Sr. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS ESTABLISHED 19»< BERT W. GARRETT Funeral services for Bert W Garrett, 69, of Galesburg Route 1 who died Thursday, were held to day at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. John Hurst was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs Wayne Tryon, organist. Military honors were accorded at the graveside in Linwood Cemetery by Henderson County and Knox County posts of Veterans of Foreign Wars. The VFW ceremonial squad comprised Har ry Thompson, James Deprima. Frank Smead, Van Greenup, Robert Houston, and William Mate Taps were sounded by Gary Arm strong. Pallbearers were Dayton De Vore, John Noble, Seth Richmond, Elbert Richardson, William Hamilton and George Olson. In the obituary notice, the name of a surviving sister of Mr. Garrett should have read Mrs. Glenn Morey of Anaheim, Calif. ERVIN EARL MAGUIRE MONMOUTH - Ervin Earl Ma guire, 57, of 516 College Manor Place, died Saturday at 10:45 p m. at Cottage Hospital in Galesburg, where he had been admitted three hours earlier. Mr. Maguire, who had lived in Monmouth the past 2G years, was born Aug. 18, 1906, at Macomb, where he received his schooling. He was married to Magdalene Unger May 24, 19150 at Macomb. After their marriage they lived in Macomb for six years, moving to Monmouth in December 1936. For seven years Maguire was a construction foreman for the State of Illinois. From 1942 to 1955 he was a general contractor for Ostium & Maguire. From 1956 to 1961 he had been in the contracting business. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, the Macomb LACKY JS/LO 1ST TJT JVIEJIST Tt?S liO W t > I MAIN il Ktt I u^ltiBOKG. HUNOli I MISS LORENA FOSTER ABINGDON — Funeral services for Mrs. Lorena Foster, 87, of 105 N. Swarts St., Abingdon, who died Friday, were held today at 2:30 p.m. in the Abingdon Methodist Church. Rev. Francis Samuelson officiated. Mrs. Mae Cramer was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Patricia Dunlap, organist. Burial was in the Rigdon Cemetery in Fulton County. Pallbearers were Robert Way, C. J. Van- dcrWert, Dominic Russo, Glenn Copeland, Marion Butler and Reece Fairchild. MRS. ELLA PEARSON Mrs. Ella Marie Pearson, 76, of Galesburg Route' 1 died Sunday at 1:50 p. m. in a local hospital She was born Feb. 24, 1887, in Galesburg, the daughter of Aug ust and Charlotte Rosenberg. She attended Pleasant Grove School and married Charles F. Pearson Aug. 12, 1907. Survivors include three sons Richard of Oneida, Willard of Galcsburg Route 1, and Charles of Galcsburg, three daughters, Mrs. Wayne Murphy, Mrs. Jack Sperry and Mrs. Harry Findahl, all of Galesburg, and a sister, Mrs. Oscar Carlson of Knoxville, in addition to nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. at the Henderson Grove Lutheran Church with burial in the Henderson Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be tonight at the Kimber and West Funeral Home. CHARLES SHINN Funeral services for Charles Shinn, 63, of 1859 S. Seminary St., who died Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital, will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Shinn, who was employed m farm work, was born Sept. 8, 1889, at London Mills. He was married to Myrtle Barton, and she died June 1, 1951. He was married to Doris Hollway at Gil son July 27, 1952. Survivors are the widow; two sons, Ralph Arthur and Floyd Ev- erctte Shinn, of Wyoming; a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Henderson of St. Augustine; five brothers, Roy, Harry and Frank Shinn, of Abingdon, Lloyd Shinn of Cameron and Everette Shinn of Knox- ille; a sister, Mrs. Marie Wheeler of Yates City and 12 grandchildren. A sister also preceded him in death. Funeral Services Conducted for Dr. H. C. McKown GILSON — Funeral services for Dr. Harry C. McKown, 71, noted educator, author and lecturer, who died Thursday at his home in Gilson, were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Klinck Chapel in Knoxville. Rev. John II. Clarke officiated, and Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke was the organist. Burial was in Gilson Cemetery, where military rites were conducted by the Knoxville Harry W. Philblad Post No. 749 of the American Legion. Pallbearers were Dale Brown, Willis D. Cramer, Phil Swickard, Kenneth Eckman, Orville Able and Fred Davis. Honorary pallbearers included Russell Cronoble, Hobart McClain, Dr. R. A. Moffett, Edgar Moorehead, Jesse Peck, Budd Putnam, A. B. Roberts, Earl Snell and Fred Swickard. Others were Raymond Brown of Louisville, Ky.; T. H. Briggs of Meredith, N. H.; C. R. VanNice of Neosho, Mo., and Gerald M. Van- Pool of Washington, D. C. Dr. McKown, besides being a well-known author, educator and lecturer, had many varied hobbies and interests, including flowers, pets, collection of handkerchiefs of foreign nations, poetry writing, kite flying, Civil War memorabilia and music. An ardent youth worker, he delivered lectures to young people, geared to guide and encourage them. ALVA KINSER DELONG—Mrs. Jenny Linicer of DeLong was informed that her cousin, Alva Kinser, 87, of Castro Valley, Calif., died at the home of his son there. Funeral services and burial were in Castro Valley Aug. 25. He was born October 1876 in Maquon and was married to Dorothy Boynton. The couple operated a grocery store in Maquon and later moved to Peoria here they operated a similar establishment. Following retirement the couple lived in Hanna City. The wile and one daughter preceded him in death. Besides one son, Dr. Walter Kinser of Castro Valley, one daughter survives, Set Funeral At Aledo for Dan C. Hanson ALEDO—Dan C. Hanson, 24, of Aledo, died Saturday at 3 p.m. at Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago following an illness of eight months. He was born Dec. 5, 1938, the son of Mr", and Mrs. Dan Hanson. His father is superintendent of District 201 schools. He was graduated from Avon High School and the State University of Iowa School of Pharmacy in Iowa City. Mr. Hanson was employed by Osco Drug Co. of Chicago. While at the university, he was a prominent trackman, member of the Lettermens Club, Sigma Pi Epsilon, and the American Pharmaceutical Association. He was a member of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church in Aledo. Survivors, besides the parents, include a sister, Mrs. Jack Dough erty of Detroit, and maternal grandmother, Mrs, Mary Sheehan of Altona. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Reiser Chapel in Aledo. Rev. Lorenz DeVries, pastor of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Oneida Cemetery. Friends may call tonight after 7 o'clock. A memorial has been established and contributions may be left at the chapel. ing of a barn. Referred to the light committee for study was a request signed by 15 citizens that a street light be placed in front of the drive at the residence of John E. Simonson on West Penn Avenue. The business was conducted by the president, J. C. Bagley. Others present were Genevieve Romine, treasurer; Charles Quigley, acting deputy clerk who recorded the minutes, and trustees, R. E. Swanson, Paul Perrine, John Carlberg, Bill Jenkins, Dale Lybarger and Norman Watson. Rep. Anderson at Lions Meet A member of the State House of Representatives from the 50th District, Ray Anderson of Galesburg, was the speaker at the Lions Club meeting on Tuesday evening held at the Tasty Grill. He related some of his experiences encountered during his first year in the legislature. The largest budget in the history of the state has been appropriated this year, with the largest single expenditure going for education, health and welfare. He told how a speaker of the House is chosen. There were 1,678 bills passed by the House and 1,238 by the Senate during the 73rd General Assembly. Rep. Anderson feels that the best way to help the state is to encourage the locating of industries here. President Lee Roy Williams distributed program responsibilities to the members for the year ahead. Woman's Club Starts Year The Roseville Woman's Club held the first meeting of the club year on Wednesday in the Woman's Club Building, with Mrs. John Felt, the new president, presiding. After the opening exercise, the president presented the programs for the year and the new yearbooks were received by each member. A report of the executive committee was given by Mrs. Fred Taylor. An effort is being made to sell the club building and the house to the east of the club building on Penn Avenue. After the October meeting, the club plans to meet in the Legion Hall. The budget for the coming year was read by Mrs R. E. Icenogle. Mrs. Herman Steele of the high school faculty presented two students who had attended the mu sic camp in Macomb last summer. John Elliott told of the daily schedule at music camp and expressed his appreciation for his scholarship from the club Miss Connie Harden, vocalist sang "Down in the Forest," with which she won a superior rating ir the state music contest last spring. She also sang "I Wil Weave a Song for You" and "An Open Secret." Mrs. Steele accompanied her on the piano. Connie told some of the special opportunities of music camp and ft-. MINERS—Three of the participants in the children's parade in East Galcsburg Saturday are shown above. Keith Hopping is pushing the wheelbarrow, while his brother Sam pulls the "East Galcsburg Mine," with cousin Dale Hopping aboard. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Taylor Descendants Hold Annual Family Gathering (Continued on page 17) Speech, Hearing Center Schedule Is Announced Former State Official Dies EVANSTON, 111. (AP)-Funeral services will be held Tuesday for Charles P. Casey, former director of the Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings, who died Saturday at the age of 76. Casey was born and educated in Carrollton, 111. He began his political career as a clerk in the Illinois House. A Democrat, he later became an assistant to former U.S. Senator Scott Lucas, D-Ill. Casey was state director of public works under the late Gov. Henry Horner and former Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson. Twelve years ago Casey retired from politics. Mrs. Dorothy Barnes of Brimfield. Mr. Kinser had been in failing health several years. He was a veteran of the Spanish-American War. ROCK ISLAND—The Augustana College Speech and Hearing Center today announced its fall schedule of diagnostic clinics. The clinics are held in preparation for the fall semester of the Saturday Morning Speech Correction Workshop. Parents concerned about their child's speech may arrange for a diagnostic interview by writing to the Speech and Hearing Center. The clinics are to be held this Saturday morning; Saturday morning, Sept. 21, and Monday afternoon, Sept. 23. Interviews will take place in the Speech and Hearing Center's quarters in the Bergendoff Fine Arts Building on the Augustana campus. An appointment rs necessary. The fee for the initial speech evaluation is $5, and the enrollment fee for 12 Saturdays in the speech therapy workshop is $35. The Speech Correction Workshop on Saturday mornings is provided for children of all ages with any speech disorder—cleft palate, delayed speech development, hearing loss, articulation j difficulties, cerebral palsy, stuttering, etc. Each Saturday morning from 9 to 12, beginning Sept. 28 and ending Jan. 11, children enrolled in the workship will receive two half-hour speech correction lessons. Between speech lessons, recreation and handicraft will be provided under the direction of Miss Mayme D. Bolin. Miss Margaret Hatton is clinical supervisor. Dr. Martin J. Holcomb is director of the Speech and Hearing Center and Dr. Donald C. Davis directs the Saturday Morning Speech Correction Workshop. KNOXVILLE — The annual Taylor reunion was held at Glisson Community Center with a large attendance. Mrs. Hazel Miller and Mrs. Ethel Taylor were in charge. Preceding a potluck dinner the blessing was given by Mrs. Nora McQueen. At the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Lois Mallin was elected to plan next year's reunion and she is to choose her helper. The oldest one present was Clyde Heather, and the youngest, Dorothy Waddam and the one coming the longest distance, Linda Wallace of Washington. Attending were Mrs. McQueen and Ray, Clyde Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Anita and Marilee, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mallin and Mary, Albert Witherell, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth With erell, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Carlson of Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Peterson and family, Mrs Florence Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waddam and family of New Windsor; Miss Linda Wallace, Auburn, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eskridge and family of Alpha; George Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Claridon Carlson and family of Williamsfield. Also, Mrs. Jennie Warrensford and Neva of Victoria; Homer Mefford, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. James Warrensford, Dahinda; Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson and Sharon, Monmouth. Auxiliary Meets The first meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary with the newly-elected officers in charge, was held at the Legion Hall. During the business meeting in charge of Mrs. Grace McGrew, announcement was made of the 15th District meeting in Kewanee Oct. 11 and the county meeting in Yates City Sept. 19. Miss Melba Wahlberg gave a report on a week's stay, at Girls State in June. Each year the auxiliary selects a girl from the high school to attend Girls State. The committee in charge of the social hour was Mrs. Delbert Shambaugh, Mrs. Steve Courier and Mrs. D. N. Cottle. Club Meets i Mrs. Elmer Stucki was hostess to members of the Alphabetical Club. In the absence of Mrs. Carl Schippert, recreation was in charge of Mrs. George Dredge. Prize winners were Mrs. Lester Greep, Mrs. Claude Horton, Mrs. Orvalle Dredge, Mrs. Franklin Henderson, Mrs. John Hessler, and Mrs. Earl Fernow. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Greep. The October meeting will be held with Mrs. George Dredge. Receives Award Miss Carol Wooldridge was one of 86 graduates at the Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital Nursing School in Chicago at exercises at Orchestra Hall. A reception was held in the lounge of the nursing school for the graduates, relatives and friends. Miss Wooldridge received the medical staff award. She will work at the hospital for two weeks and will return to Knoxville for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mis. Fay Wooldridge. Following her marriage in October, she will be employed at Mercy Hospital in Urbana. Those attending the graduation exercises were her parents and Mrs. Russell Shaver, of Knoxville; Mrs. John Whitsitt, Bud Woodward, Galesburg and Mrs. Chester Steele, Wataga. Briefs Mrs. Millie Sommers has moved to an apartment in the Roy De- Iawder home, 906 E. Main St. She has sold her home on North Kellogg Street in Knoxville to William Boen. Mr. and Mrs. William Boen Jr. have moved there. Rev. M. J. Bailie of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Galesburg conducted services at the St. Martha's Home Sunday. Mrs. Bailie and Mrs. Ward sang a duet with the former accompanist on the piano. Mrs. Fanny Haines of Canton, formerly of New York, is a new resident of St. Martha's Home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merritt of Mendota were weekend guests of his sister, Mrs. Grace McGrew. MYN Club will meet at Glisson Community Center Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Trout swimming upstream to spawn leap many times their own length through the air to surmount obstacles. THE HIGH COST OF CARELESSNESS More than 115,000 forest fires last year And nine out of ten of these forest fires were caused by carelessness with cigarettes, matches and camp* fires. Help stop this senseless waste of land, lives and money. Be care* ful with every fire and follow Smokey's ABC's. Always hold matches till cold. Be sure you drown alt fires out. Crush all smokes dead in an ash tray, ^ Please- P> only YOU can PREVENT FOREST FIRES! 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