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Bloomington, Illinois
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Friday, November 18, 1966
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LES WILSON "Friendly Reliable Servlea" Four Blocks West t.f Junrtlpn SI ind ("eilime U Ph 9.4ls0 FOR LEASE 1964, 2000-D diesel tandem tractor and 197 40 It. Ilathed fnr II nois hauling, Wenona, III. Ph. 115 853- 4S04 run THE SHARPEST Like new pre owned car In the area see J&R MOTORS, Main & Hovey, Normal. Ph, 45J-4I11. GARDINER CHEVROLET-OLDS CHATSWORTM ILL HARI MOTOR SALES Cadillac Ponliac Oldsmoblle Paton, III. Ph 379 213 NO DOWN PAYMENT 1961 OLDSMOBILE.4 door hardtop. Powe steering, power Braket $v5 1961 FORD 4 door 1595 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 door. Powtr tle.-r Ing, power brakes t95 1961 FORD Station Wagon $795 1961 DODGE 4 door. Power steering 1695 1961 BUICK 4 door LeSabre. Power steer Ing, power brakes. Real good. .. J"5 1962 MERCURY 4 dcor J795 I98 BUICK 4 door hardtop. Power ste-'r ing, power brakes $Jv5 1959 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 door. VS 1595 J&R MOTORS Main & Hovey, Normal Ph. 452-4111 SAM LE MAN CHEVROIET "Our Goal Your Satisfaction" Roanrke, III. Phone 973-2441 SPECIALS 1964 OLDSMOBILE 18 4 door tedan. all power with air Jl.'9.i I9S8 BUICK. Very clean S225 1961 FALCON Tudor, ttralght transmis sion, good condition 4345 Othpr good ued cars L. H. KNECHT SACIS & SERVICE Your Oldsmobi'a Dealer El Paso Rt. 51 Ph. m Ooen Week Dayt and Sun, alternonn TRUCKS 1960 IH BC 180 tandem with grain bed and hoist, 500 bushel capacity 1954 IH S-160 J ton with bed and heist 1954 IH S-120 4 wheel drive pickup PTO 1959 FORD 1 ton with grain bed and hoist. 1948 JEEP 4 wheel drive F M McGRATH IH Gibson City. III. Ph 7fi4-4?nt BKffflPIg 1962 Chrysler 300 H $1195 COURTESY DODGE USED CAR CENTER 217 S. Main St., Bloomington 1701 BUICK LeSabre 4 door Sedan with V-l engine, automatic trans- j mission, power steering, pow- er brakes, radio, harer, white- r - wall tires and wheel cover. V; JACKSON'S PRICE: S $1895 4 h BERT JACKSON'S : K AUTO WORLD lr 4M W. Front, Bloomington , W. Ph. 121-7720 J eV rN J V AN CHEVROLET CLOSE-OUTS TWO NEW 19G6 BEL AIRS 4-door, 4 cylinder, powerglide. TWO DEAIONSTRATORS: IMPALA Sport Sedan. Powtr equipped with factory air. CHEVELLE Malibu 4-door, VI, powerglide. The above remaining new and demonstrator are being closed out. Any reasonable offer accepted. YOUNG CHEVROLET CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Mlnonk, III. Phcne 432-22J4 Open Every Evening Until f. Except Sunday I Mobile Home Living Is Great! Ask any family who owns onel See the . . . STAR Four rooms and full bath with shower Colored appliances, drapes, completely furnished and ready to move into. Les than 1350 down JM 76 per mcntn Delivered end tet up. WINDSOR Fxoancln Two bedroom Front kitchen, center cining rcm, avocado apoiianrev carpftcd livmq room, rerqu"t h.irdd tluors in dining room. 3MC-Front livmq room Completely modern, two bedrooms. Carpeted living and master bedroom. The No. 1 Shew Hnu,n .IHf RTY Thrre bedroom with front and ri'dr hrdronms .OOKING TOR A BARGAIN? 9'5 STAR Repossession. Two bedrorm. Take over low balance after very tma VIC1ORIA-10X53, lf,5. Early Ameriian. lucelienl condition, lully carpeted, cup-peitune ai'uiiancrt On lot move riu'it In By owner, ph. 4J-59I Meywuilh alter 4 HIGHWAY 9 MOBILE HOMES I 55 At Rte f. 1701 W Market St Phone 94 75$ PLtrTWOOO OFTkOITIM PARKVOOD FLCONA BARON All 17 Whips All 1967 t I3.I9S To IS.6V5. Look at our 53', 54', 40' Homes All beautifully carpeted and furnished Open 10 AM. To PM . a 1 r ' l arit k t " mop' MOBIL. LAND INC Mobile Home Park West on Oukiand Avenue to Aleaander Road, turn lett tonow iignt OAK PARK'MOBILE'HOMES Trailer Park and Saiet ct,r in I), fiubl Wide FrontaoeRoad A Si.uth Ph '''? See' Bill Butier-"The Man With The Cigar" at DELUXE Mobile Home Sales 3704 W Farmlnoton Road. Peoria. III. Phone 474 Trailer Scares for Rent On Lexlnuton-Lake Bloomington Blacktop Clarkiville Trailer loun Phi,neJ6S 7 1 73. Lemg)on, III STOP PAYING RENT! Co to Rhodoi Mobilt Homes Soles ond givg your budget a break. Many models, easy financing, low monthly payments. Just (3 Few 1966 Models Left SAVE MONEY! Special 60 x 12 Three) Bedroom $5495 Be sure to see the new Show Models. Large selection of Pre-Owned. RHODUS MOBILE HOMES One Mile South on U S. 51 Bmominoion Phone Radio Dispatched Service Department i r n J 'M S a . . ' : n A;1 r .; :;:-... V ; r.lotiiiiiiittiii l'aii(:it;riiili, I'rl., Nov. 18, lUdd 19 T'oiilral Illiiaois llcallis .,ssssssssssS) NATO Plaque Unveiled Castuu, l!Kiuin (AV) Gvn. Lyman lninittT renders snlule at unveiling of a rommemnrafive plaque on site of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization'!, future military healquarters. Ix-inniter is supreme NATO commander in Europe. Kloniiiiiitoii-Xormal Deaths SSSSVVVSSVSW)V Mrs. Lowery Mrs. Bernadine L. Lowery, 45. of 1108 David Drive, Normal, was dead on arrival at 5:20 a.m. Friday at Brokaw Hospital. Normal police summoned to down payment. Wilder Mobile Homes Vidwe?t' Largest Dealer 910 S Vain St Bloomington jlnnt Mobile Homes Saie lots aKo Ir Decatur, Belleville, Springfield and St cnariei, Mo. HEAR THOSE TURKEYS G03BLE Srm- Let's talk turkey on the GOOD BUYS from the . GOOD GUYS! iny, radio, Was $j0y5, NOW Gobble Up All the Bargain Dealt 1AM BUICK Wildcat 4 door tedan, I 0w power brakes, power s'eer- 1J.0CO miles, sha-p. $2395 enrFORD Galaxle Tudor hard-10 J lop, JV0 V-8. automatic, power steering and brakes, radio, vinyl trim, wnitewalls. C10QC Was 12095 NOW J 10 J a Qr MUSTANG Convertible. Red lOJwith while top, VI, automatic, radio, whitewalis. (1O0C Was 12095 NOW J I 09 10iC MUSTANO J 2, GT equip-lUJ menl, V-8, automatic, radio, power steering, whitewalis. Was 12195 NOW Qr PLYMOUTH Satellite 2 dxir 1 703 hardtop, bucket seats, V-8, $1795 $1895 automntic, radio, white- walls. Was $1995 NOW 1965 $1695 FORD Galaxie Fordor hard top, 289 V-8, automatic trans mission, radio, power steering. ni a sharper car in the line- CI Of F up. Was $2095 NOW 0 1 0 J 10C cORD Custom Fordor 289 I 703 '-8, automatic transmission. radio, whitewalis. Was I 5 NOW Qf i FORD Galaxie 500 Fordor 101 sedan, 289 V-8, automatic, power steering and brakes, radio, whitewalis. C1C0 Was $1795 ...' NOW J i 370 nii CHEVROLET Impala 4 door lOl sedan, V-8, automatic, radio, ! whitewalis. Was $1895. NOW $1695 1963. FORD Galaxie 500 Fordor se dan, 289 V-8, automatic, ra dio, whitewalis. C11QC Was $1395 NOW )l 173 IKM FORD Galaxie 500 Fordor se- 1 70 J dan, 352 V-8, overdrive, new whitewalis, radio. in the country. Was $1395 NOW 1 fl 9 MERCURY Meteor Fordor 1 70 J sedan, 289, V-8, automatic transmission, radio, white walls. Was $1095 The sharpest car $1155 erne NOW 007J FORD Fairlane 500 Tudor se- mission, radio, new wnne-walls. Was $995 NOW iitin lYuZdan, 289 V-8, automatic trans- 5795 iaa OLDSMOBILE 98 4-cioor se- 17"'. dan, V-8, automatic air con- ditioned, radio, power power brakes. Was $1295. NOW 1AZ1 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door, radio, I lOL new whitewall tires and battery. Like new. CQQC Was $1095 NOW J073 101 F0RD Wagon. Two to choose 161 from, V-8, automatic, radio. steering, $1095 9 passenger. Was $795 ... NOW $695 COMET Tudor automatic transmission, radio. fiQC Was $695 NOW 7 J FORD Fordor sedan, 4 cylin Was $695. 4 AH 1731 der, automatic transmission. radio NOW $495 FORD Fordor sedan, 6 cvlirv lission, $495 A4 FOf 1 70 1 der, standard transmission. radio. Was $695. NOW FORD Fordor sedan, 292 V-8, automatic, radio. tCC NOW J1J 1961 Was $695 1fiA PONTIAC 4 door se- firr 1 70 J Can. Was $695 NOW J13 10Lt THUNDERBIRD. cpnr POJ Was $1095 NOW iO3 Just a Few NEW 1966 MODEL FORDS Left to Choose From GOODWIN BROS. MIXOXK, ILL. Phone (309) 432-2528 Monday-Friday, S A.M. -I P.M. Saturday, 1-6 Your FORD-MERCURY Dealer w f :.) ? GOBBLE UP ' ONE OF THESE THEY'RE CHOPPED UP INTO IOW LOW PRICES ... A TURKEY GOES WITH EACH ONE. 1966 PONTIAC Bonneville door hardtop, thi in Northern Blue with foctory o conditioning, all you con do it save money . . . this KAR it like new. 1964 OLDSMOBILE 4 door, hy dramatic, factory air power, a Dynamic e8 ond ready for an owner. 1963 PONTIAC Wugon, V8 Tempest with many, many thousands of unusual miles This is your chanc to get the perfect car. 1965 PONTIAC Bonneville con vertible, white leather interior with midnight blue out side, power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt wheel, a local KAR with all fhe appeal desired. 1965 OLDSMOBILE coupe, an economy F85 with Stan dard transmission, make us an offer. Another popular second KAR for your family. 1965 PONTIAC Grand Prix. A jewel with full power, factory air, Pontiac s finest and you save Thousands of dollars, 1964 PONTIAC Bonneville 4 door hardtop with all the niceties, white leather, white eather upholstery, red and white exterior. You cannot buy a sharper KAR than this one. 1964 PONTIAC Star Chief tedan. Aqua in color, and wifh power, radio, white tires. This is Pontiac's good old bread and butter KAR thit is priced to move. 1963 BUICK 4 door GT. Midnight blue with air. power steering, brakes, a custom vinyl interior. This is an immacu- ate car. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door hardtop, V8 with power, a rea ana white oeauty and ready for a home. 1961 CHEVROLET 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder baby girl with automatic transmission. For low cost transportation this is the one. Priced to sell. 1963 OLDSMOBILE Starf i re coupe, loaded with fac tory air, full power, and every goodie GM mokei. This is Cameo Ivory with black leather interior, so don't miss it. P0NT,AC Convertible, 17QL power steering, brakes, a sunshine special at winter rates. you'll love it next summer. 1963 PLYMOUTH 4 door sedan, red with a V8, power, music, white tires, automatic, a sharp, sharp one. Many More To Choose From m ley J'PONTIAC-BUICr 1508 S. Main St. Ph. 822-0625 1964 DODGE Polaro 500 Cenvertiblt $1595 COURTESY DODGE USED CAR CENTER 217 S. Main St., Bloomington fiGSiHaaaaiO asm m nm mmmu 1964 FORD Galaxie 4 Door Mint. $1295 COURTESY DODGE USED CAR CENTER 217 S. Main St., Bloomington Taste That Beats the Others Cold . Pepsi Pours It On her home at 5:15 a.m., called an ambulance to take her to the hospital. She had boen under a doctor's care for about five years. Her funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Stubblefield Funeral Home, with the Rev. Gordon White officiating. Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 5. p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. She was married to Frank Lowery Oct. 9, 1941, in Bloom ington. She is survived by her hus band and two daughters, Judy and Sarah Lea, all at home; a son Ronnie. Stanford; two sisters, Mrs. Betty Buckhouse, Arcadia, Calif., and Mrs. Janieta Houser, Lafayette, Ind. She was a member of the Normal Methodist Church. Mrs. Etha Everett Funeral and burial of Mrs. Etha Everett, 64, of 213'i E. Mulberry will be at Winchester, Term. Mrs. Everett died Thursday forenoon and has been taken to the Moore Funeral Home at Winchester. She was born at Boaz, Ala. April 23, 1902. a daughter of H. C. and Elizabeth Raines Scott. She was married to Jesse Everett May 25, 1965. i Surviving are her husband; a son, Rex Simmons, Fulda, Minn.; two sisters, Mrs. Levie Rodmeador, Caruthers-Ville, Mo.; Miss Levis Scott, Tullahoma, Tenn.; a grandchild. Two brothers preceded her in death. Miss Anna Allen Miss Anna L. Allen, 74. of 611 E. Douglas, once employed in the dental office of Dr. Theo A. Rost, died at 7:25 a.m. Friday at Brokaw Hospital. She had been in the hospital a yeek. She was taken to the Beck Memorial Home. Visitation will be from 2-4 and 7 9 pm. Saturday at the funeral home. John Kessler I Mrs. Florence Punlce Arthur McCray I'KKIN lI'NSl John L KL I'ASO (I'NS) - Mrs LINCOLN (PNS) - Arthur Kessler, 59, of 127 Dell. du-d. Klorciu e Marie I'unke. ti9, died Vernon McCray, 47, Elkhart, at 10:45 pm. Wednesday at lY-;at 1 1 : .10 pm. Wednesday at herlWiW dt.ilcj on arrival at 2:50 kin Memorial Hospital .shortly ' home northeast of Kl I'aso. I p m. Thursday at Abraham Un-after being admitted. He had Funeral services will be all coin Memorial Hospital, been ill for two years. 3 M p.m. Saturday at the Vin-I m funera, wl,, , His fureral will be at 9.:i cent Memorial Home with the ;Su . flt olland Md p a.m. .Saturday at aw .Mortu- uev. u. j. .enr mc.aung Funera, ome Wllh the Rev ary. Burial will be in St Jf . Uunal will be in the Kaufman ' Ad ofnciaunir Burial soph's Cemetery. ! Umetery. Wll ,n E)khart Cemetfryt Visitation will be Irorn 7-9 to-i visitation win oe ai t;ou 10- night at the mortuary. night at the Memorial Home. Mr. Kessler was born July Mrs. i'unke was born Nov. 20. 16. 1907. at Colchester, the son WW. near Hudson, a daughter of William and Ethel Kessler. of Harry and Mary Gilder-1 Mr. McCray was born In Cor-He married Margaret ('.rant sleeve Zimmerman. She was ard Dec. 13, 1918, a son of Wal-jiin 7 i).!i "married to Arthur I'unke Nov. ter and Ann Rodger McCray. Surviving -are his w.le; two . '"arned lino 1'ankey Sept. sons. Wayne and Ceoie. IV-i Surviving are lu-r husband; 23. 1939. kin; two daughters. Mrs. Helen three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Surviving are hi.s wife; thre Hancock, Mrs. Mabel IVak. J'o.vnter, Mnioiik. Mrs. Vinette Mms. Thomas A., Downey, both of Pekin: two brothers,! Kauth and Mrs. Bonnie Pixr-1 c'alif. ; Robert J., and Jerry D., Kenneth and Carl, both of I'e-.baugh, both of El Paso; twoj mi, f Elkhart; three brothers, kin; a sister. Mrs. Martha Monk, sons, LaVerne, Bloomington; Walter, Van, and Samuel, all of Peoria; and seven granddii!-1 Donald, Benson; two bLsters,; Lincoln; four sisters, Mrs. Ha dren. -Mrs. llaus Tunke ana Airs "He was preceded in death by Khl'1 M- 1unke' E two brothers. i P'' and nine grandchildren. He was last employed as cus-j She was preceded in death by! coin: and a grandchild, todian at the Tazewell County j two sons and a daughter. He had been a carpenter for- jail. He was a veteran of World! man of the maintenance divi- War II and a member of the: ki, MwrU Pwnt .sion of the state highway de- FARMER CITY (PNS)-Mrs. Myrtle Ethel Evans. 72. died at i !t m Ttmr:rtnv in MerCV HoS- Charlie Kelley pital, Urbana. PEMN (PNS) - I he tuiu ral, n,,P tunpru will be at 2 D.m. Saturday at the Stensel Funeral Home. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-9 tonight at the funeral home. Mrs. Evans was born Nov. 16, 1894, at Lodge, the daughter of Joseph and Ella Mae Furnish Biesecker. She was married to Frank Evans March 12, 1912, at Monticello. He died Oct. 21, 16. Surviving are two sons, John Evans, Tinley Park; Delmar, Farmer City: two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Williams and Mrs zel Rose, Chicago; Mrs. Mil dred Sthoof, Mrs. Pansy Le, Mrs. Mabel Sumski, all of Un- American Legion and t lie Teamsters Union. for Charlie I. Kelly, 66. of 921 Park, win) died Wednesday night at Pekin Memorial Hospi-I tal w ill be at 2 p.m. Saturday j in the First United Presbyterian' Church with the Rev. William Rice officiating. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-9 tonight at the Abts Mortuary. Tazewell County Coroner has ordered an inquest, since Mr. Kelly was blind and had fallen down his basement stairs and died as a result of the fall. Mr. Kelly was born March 30, 1900, at Armington, the son of ! Robert Bross. both of Rantoul: Joseph E. and Emma L. Dills L brother, Cecil Mouncs, Ma-Kelly. He married Dorothy Rust homet; 13 grandchildren; and Nov. 3, 1934, at Roekford. four great-grandchildren. Surviving are his wile; two! she had lived in Farmer City brothers, T. R. Kelly, Arming- j for 35 years ton; R. D. Kelly Mason City,! Iowa; two sisters, Mrs. Pawnee: a d II McNeilly, Bartlesville, Okla.; Mrs. Anna Powell and Mrs. Eessie Hennessy, Pe-I SECOR (PNS) The funeral oria. j for Mrs. Anna D. Powell, 92, He was a member of the First who died Thursday morning in partment, a veteran of World War II, a member of the VFW, and the Elkhart Methodic Church. United Presbyterian Church, Eureka, will be at 2 p.m. Satur- Pekin Elks Lodge, Pekin Ma- day at the Vincent Memorial sonic Lodge 29, Scottish Rite, Home in El Paso, with the Rev. Peoria Consistory, and the Mys- Oliver Zivney officiating. Bur-tic Shrine. He and his w ife had ial will be in Secor Cemetery. operated the Kelly Insurance) visitation will be at 6 o'clock 1954 FORD Ton Pickup This Week Only $295 COURTESY DODGE USED CAR CENTER 217 S. Main St., Bloomington Planning to buy new '7t Gel the best in auto financing. Tell your dealer you want Peoples Barm financing or come tet ut at Washington t Center Sis. PEOPLES BANK OF BLOOMINGTON Installment Loan Dept. open Mon. thru Thurs. -5) Friday M; Sat. e-ll j 1962 OLDSMOBILE F-85 Convertible Automatic transmission, power steering. Look at this one. $1195 COURTESY DODGE USED CAR CENTER 217 S. Main St., Bloomington) Floyd H. Wood Floyd H. Wood, 60, of 1313 S. Main died at 10:45 a.m. Friday at Brokaw Hospital. He had been ill for six years. His funeral will be at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Flynn Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. at Holy Trinity Church. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. ! Friends may call at the fu-ineral home after 2 p.m. Sun-'day. I He was born Feb. 13, 1907, at j Lexington, a son of Ernest and Jennie Leach Wood. He mar- Iried Marjorie Paulsen in Indi- lanapolis Sept. 3, 1927. Survivors include his wife; a son, James, Peoria; two daugh ters, Mrs. Mary Ann Weber. Lafayette, Ind.; Mrs. Carol Hankes, Fort Collins, Colo.; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Hall, Sarasota, Fla.; Mrs. Dorothy Barnes, 607 E. Monroe; Mrs. Zella Richards, Lafayette, Ind.; two brothers. Eugene, San Bernardino. Calif.; Glenn, Elgin; 12 grandchildren. Two brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. He was a member of Holy-Trinity Church. Mr. Wood was an inspector for Eureka Williams and later operated a driver training j school out of his home for three ' years. King Aide Cited CHICAGO (AP) - The Rev. James Bevel, an aide of Dr. Agency for the past 12 years. The family has suggested that any expressions of sympathy may be made in the form of memorial contributions to the First United Presbyterian Church. John Thompson . j PEKIN (PNS) - John E Thompson Sr., 76, of 910 Hen rietta, died at 3:45 a.m. Thurs day in Pekin Memorial Hospi tal. He had been a patient about one month. His funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Duane Imig officiating. Burial will be in the Fondulac Cemetery at East Peoria. Visitation will be from 7-9 tonight at the Noel-Henderson Funeral Home. Mr. Thompson was born Dec. 9, 1889, at Henley, Ohio, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Thompson. He married Myrtle Parnham May 25, 1913, at East Peoria. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Dorthy Patten, Springfield, Mo.; Mrs. Hazel Smith, Fort Worth, Tex.; Mrs. Gertrude Patton, North Pekin; three sons, John E. Jr., Pekin; Raymond, St. Louis; Gerald, Arlington Heights; a sister, Mrs. Annie Wigit, Huntington, W.Va.; a half sister, Mrs. Vir ginia Mills, McDermott, Ohio; two half brothers, Lawrence Thornton, Piqua. Ohio; Raymond Thornton, El Paso, Tex.; 24 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death byj Charles Senko two children and a sister. j SAUNEMIN (PNS) Charles iSenko, 34. Joliet, died at 6 p.m. Thomas Nowlin Thl n siiver Cross Hos- puai, jouei. Mr. Senko was born Jan. 17, tonight at the Memorial Home Mrs. Powell was born Jan. 10, 1874, southeast of El Paso, a daughter of Henry and Mary Stiegelmeyer Damman. She was married to Lewis W. Powell Oct. 15, 1914, in Peoria. He died July 21, 19G3. Surviving are a sister, Miss Mary Damman. Maple Lawn Homes. Eureka: a brother, Frank, Secor. She was preceded in death by five brothers and a sister. She was a member of the Secor Methodist Church and the Household Science Club. Orville Lange FAIRBURY (PNS) - The funeral for Orville Lange who died Wednesday morning at Boyn-ton Beach, Fla., will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Stiver Home for Funerals, with the Rev. H. R. Brinkman officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery. Visitation wil be from 7-9 tonight at the funeral home. Ife was a son of Ed and Mary Ulfers Lange. He married Susan Bare Jan. 10, 1931, at Indianapolis, Ind. He attended Fairbury Schools and graduated from Browns Business College, Bloomington. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, the John Joda Post No. 54, the World War I Livingston Barracks No. 1701, Pontiac, and a member of the National Association of Postal Clerks. Knudt Mathison ri,ir,ii't nvc t.t. I'))iuiii i n.Jr imiuvii Mathison, 72. Joliet, formerly of Dwight, died late Thursday afternoon at his home in Joliet. He was taken to the Von Qualen Funeral Home, Dwight. Mr. Mathison was born at Dwight March 21. 1894, the son of Peter and Mathilde Paulsen Mathison. He married Agnes She died May 14. 1965. Surviving are a son, Wendell, Joliet; four daughters, Mrs. Ramona Oelschlager; Mrs. Mardell Carter, both of Dwight;" Mrs. Audrey Sarero, Pontiac; Mrs. Shirley Keen. Streator; three brothers. Matt, Dwight: Martin, Gardner; Amos, Clifton. Kan.: six sisters, Mrs... Mabel Petersen, Mrs. ,Myrtle-Wing, both of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Palma Lundell, Rapid River, Mich.; Mrs. Agnes Berg, Mount Prospect; Mrs. Pearl Settersen, Dwight: Mrs. Marguerite Burns, Van- dalia and 14 grandchildren. He w as preceded In death by two children, a brother and sister. He was a veteran of World' War I. Melvin Locke PEKIN (PNS)-The funeral' for Melvin Locke, 67, of 1015 Jefferson, who died in an auto-train crash Wednesday right,; will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul United Church of Christ, with the Rev. Kurt J. Schmiechen officiating. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-9 to night at the Noel-Henderson Funeral Home. Mr. Locke was born March i, 1899. at Laurel, Iowa, the son of John and Elenora Wardle Locke. He married Marjorie Evans Nov. 28, 1924. at Clinton, Iowa. She died March 19, 1960. He then marritd Lenora Kick-ler Nov. 3, 1962, at Pekin. Surviving are his wife and a brother, John Locke, Pekin. He was a member of the St. Paul United Church of Christ. The family has suggested that any expressions of sympathy may be made in the form of memorial contributions to tht Building Fund of the Pekin Memorial Hospital or the Building Fund of the St. Paul United Church of Christ. CLINTON (PNS) - Thomas Nowlin, 71, formerly of Bloomington, died at 2 p.m. Thursday at a Peoria Hospital. His funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Herington 1932. in Joliet, the son of John and Julia Senko. He married Marvis Kohlmeier of Saunemin, Jan. 27, 1937. Surviving are his mother; Calvert Funeral Home with the i fivp brothcrs. Steve and Andy acv. iiiuon .uai mi uiiicnuiiig. Burial will be in Woodlawn Fla., John. George and Joe, Joliet; two sisters. Mrs. Kenneth Stahl. and Mrs. Michael Lambert both of Joliet. Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-9 tonight at the funeral home. Mr. Nowlin was born in Wilson Township Oct. 3, 1895. a son of Isaac and Florence Kirby Nowlin. Surviving are two brothers, p.m. Wednesday M. L. Now lin. Alton; and Rev. j Hospital. Chicago. Martin Luther King Jr., has Ray Nowlin. Macomb: a sister. He was taken to the Habecker been cited for failure to appear j Mrs. Fern Jacobson. Dewitt. .Mortuary, in court on a traffic violation Two sisters and two brothers! He married Julia Streid charge. (preceded him in death. ; Swift, of the Washington area. Dr. Charles Swift WASHINGTON (PNS) Dr. Charles II. Swift, died at 11 at Billings Mrs. Glasford PEKIN (PNS) - Mrs. Mary D. Glasford formerly of Pekin died Wednesday at Guadalajara, Mexico. She made her ihome with her daughter and .son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Black, also formerly of Pekin. She will be taken to the Preston Funeral Home. Her husband, Dr. S. T. Glasford, well known Pekin doctor, preceded her in death. Silas Steidinger FAIRBURY (PNS) - Silas Steidinger died unexpectedly at 10:40 p.m. Thursday at the Fairbury Hospital. He was taken to the Cook Funeral Home. Mrs. Hunzinger SECOR (PNS) - Mrs. Emma .K Hunzinger, 79, died at 6:30 a.m. Thursday at the Eureka Hospital where she had been a patient since Oct. 31. She was taken to the Vincent Memorial Home in El Paso.

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