Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 14, 1973
Page:
Page 9
Start Free Trial
Cancel

DEATHS AND FUNERALS Golesburg Reg i ster-Ma I 1,Golesburg, Thursday, June 14, 1973 9 HOWARD L. NEGLEY TOULON — Howard L. Negley, 78, Toukm, tiled Tuesday at 5:45a.m. ait St. Cloud, Mdnn., Community Htoapttal. He vim bom April 11, 1895, at IfTairvJew. Me married the tonmier EWhel M. diauson on Nov. 14, 1923, alt Galesburg. She died in 1050. He dawned for many years near Faiirvlew and Lewistown. He moved to Princeton,'Minn., in 1947, and ived there until mioviwg to Toulon a lew years ago. He was a member 01E Toulon Baiptiisit Church, Mlotamimed Shrine at Peoria, and the Ma- sohta- toidige ait PirAnioeition, Minn. Surviving are five sons, How- aird a! Andemm, OaMf., Ralph of ILijverpool, Bwayme of LaFayette, ' Eugene oif Osseo, Minn.,' and Gordon of Prince- iton, Minn,; a daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Jamie) Webster, La- Faydtte; 20 grandchildren and five • great-grandchildren; three foroiljhers, Uouis cif Fairview and 'Glenn 'amd Pad, both of Cuba; and Itiwo sisters, • Mrs. Myrtle Davis, Raicinie,' Was., amd Mrs. Lottie Carter, Oanibon, Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. ait Fair-view Reformed Church, .wtt Rev. Eugene Anderson and Rev. Wilis Vander- Kooi officiiiaitimg. (Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. Visitation wiiill be Friday aflber 4 p.m. at the Rcid!; Funeral Home, Fair view. MISS MARY L. FENNEL WATAGA — Graveside services feir Miss Mlairy L. Fennel, 94, of Waiiaiga who died last Friday, were today alt 9:30 a.m. ait Wataga Cemetery, with Mrs. Opal L. Me, reader far the First Church of 'Christ Sci- enifat, Gailesiburg officiating; Yemen of Stronghurst. Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Fiedler Funeral Home, Stronghurst, with Rev. Henry Neal officiating. Burial will be at Stronghurst Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 7*8 p.m. at the funeral home. MRS. BESSIE TURNER MONMOUTH — Mrs. (Bessie Turner, 87, Monmouth, died to- dlay ait 5:05 a.m. ait itlhe LaMoine OMsiMan Nursing Home, Rose- vile. Funeral arrangements are pending ait the Gorman iMemori at Home, Rosevilile. CARL E. HARTMAN BUSHNELL - Carl E. Hartman, 83, of Bushnell died Tuesday at Jacksonville, Fla. . He was born May 4, 1890, at Big Springs, Neb. He married the former Nellie Young on Nov. 20, 1920, at Davenport. She died in January 1955. He served in the Navy during World War I. He was a member of T. J. Pickett Masonic Lodge at Bushnell, the LaMoine Valley Shrine Club at Macomb, the Scottish Rite Consistory at Quirt cy, Mohammed Temple Shrine at Peoria, and the Bushnell VFW Post. Surviving are his brother, Oscar of Milton Junction, Wis., and two sisters, Mrs. Edith Bar rett, Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Dora Landry, Wichita, Kan. Funeral Will be Saturday at J :30 p.m. at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. Burial/graveside Masonic services will be at Bushnell Cemetery, with presentation of the flag by VFW members. Visitation will be Friday afternoon at the funeral home. GILMAN F. THORELL STRONGHURST - Oilman F v ThorelI, 72, Sun City, Ariz., died Tuesday at Yqungtown, Ariz. He was born Oct. 1, 1900,-at Blahdinsville. He married Amy Peterson on July' 26, 1926, at Burlington, Iowa, He was of Lutheran faith. Surviving with the widow are two sons, Phillip of Detroit, Mich., and Paul of Phoenix, Ariz.; five grandchildren, and three brothers, Clifton and Eldon, both of Blandinsville, and Whatever the rOccasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON 128 N. BROAD 342-8121 Mrs. Zella Pearl Paul RR Smithfield, III. Services 10 A.M. - SATURDAY ROOT FUNERAL HOME Fairview Friends may call after 4 P.M. Friaay at the Funeral Home. Mr, Howard L. Negley Toulon, III. Services 2 P.M. SATURDAY at the FAIRVIEW REFORMED CHURCH Friends may call after 4 P.M. Friday at the Root Funeral Home, Fairview. ROOT Fairview * Maquoo officiate. Visitation will be Friday after 4 p.m. at the Murphy Memorial Home, Camion, arid at the church one hour before the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the church, the family said. MRS. DAVID L. SWANSON Mrs. David Leland Swanson, 83, of 566 Hackberry Rd. died Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. at Proctor Hospital, Peoria. She was born April 11, 1890, at Trinidad, Colo., and married David Leland Swanson on Oct. 18, 1919, at Waupaca, Wis. He survives with a son, David G. Swanson, Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Gray (Margaret) Daly, Peoria, and seven grandchildren., She was graduated from Knox College in 1915, and was active in college alumni groups. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, First United Presbyterian Church, Musicians Club and Chapter HO, PEO. Funeral will be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends mav call Friday evening. Burial will be at Lihwood Cemetery. Memorials' may be made to the charity Of the donor's choice, the family said. Today's Record VERN A. BLUST KNOXVILLE - .Funeral for Vern A. Blust, 77, of Lake Villa, who died last Saturday, was Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Robert Younds, pastor of Lake Villa Community United . Methodist Church, officiating.. Burial was at Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers, alj nephews, were Joseph, Sam and Robert Tucker, Lloyd and Everett Blust and Charles Huber. Masonic services were conducted Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home, with Clarence Carpenter as master and Walter Collins as secretary. OBIT PAGE CLYDE L. SMITH CANTON - Clyde L. Smith, 65, Canton, was dead on arrival Tuesday at 2:50 p.m. at Graham Hospital. Mr. "Smith was born June 24. (11907, at Adiaiir. Ha married Marie SchiisJer in 1932 at Galesburg. He had been employed at International Harvester Co., Canton, before retiring in 1969, and was a member and elder of the Church of Jesus Christ cif Latter Day Saints here. Survivors include the widow; two sons, Dewayne and Lylie, both of Canton; six grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Sadie Smith, Macomb, and three sisters, Mrs. Cecil Chenoweth, Chicago; Mrs, Vernadeen Davis, Lancaster, Calif., and Mrs. Ethel Hodges, Adair. Funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Laitter Day Saints. Joseph Collins, president, will CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avon London Mills Mrs. Bessie Turner Age 87 Monmouth, III, Funeral arrangements pending at the CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE -HinchlifP FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FHEMONTSTBEET PHONE 343 2101 GAUSBUH9 MRS. DAVID LELAND SWANSON - 566 Hackberry Rd. Services 10:30 A.M. Saturday at Hinehliif-Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the chapel. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. G. CLINTON HUMBERT MONMOUTH - G. Clinton Humbert, 79, Indianapolis, Ind., died there Tuesday at 10 a.m. «it the Marion County General Hospital.. He was born April 2. 1894. at Keithsburer. He was graduated from Monmouth College and the University of Indianapolis. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Monmouth Lodge 37, AF & AM. • Surviving arc a daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Mary) Schneider, Frankfort, Kv; a grandson; and two sisters, Mrs. Mona McGinnes, Monmouth, and Mrs. Theo Rees, Glenwood Sorines. Colo. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. Vern Pat Butler, nastor of Faith United Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Greenmount Cemeterv, Keithsburg. Friends mav call at the Turnbull chapel Mav and Friday until the hour of the service. GEORGE PARKER George Parker, 77, of 357 S. Prairie St., died Wednesday at 8:55 p.m. at the Americana Nursing Center. He was born July 31, 1895, at Grand Chain, 111. He lived here the past nine years. He served in the United States Army during World War II. He was of Baptist faith. Surviving are three sons, John of North Chicago, Charles of Galesburg and Dexter of Peoria, and four daughters, Mrs. Opal Laws, Galesburg, and Tanya, Cecilia and Ann, all of Peoria. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Fletcher and McDougald Funeral Home. Traffic Court Gene T. McMillan, 38, Cameron, was sentenced Wendesday to seven days In the county jail In traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. He was charged with driving while his license was suspended. Found guilty of driving with an expired license was John M. Durham, 26, 568 W. South St. He was fined $25. Stephen C. Schmalz, no age or address given, was fined $5 for failure to display a valid wheel tax sticker. Anthony K. Morrisscy, 17, 301. Huston St., was fined .$10 each for driving with fictitious license pJates and driving too fast for conditions. A third charge against Morrisscy — driving with a. suspended license — is still pending. The charge carries' s a possible jail sentence and the youth Is required by law to be represented by an attorney. The case was continued so he could acquire counsel. Fined $10 for driving too fast for conditions was Donald H. Bern, 23, 771 N. Academy St. Fined for speeding were Dorothy Blake, 48, of near Galesburg, $12; George J. Bonnette, 31, Geneseo, $30; Gary L. Gehring, 27, 1136 Court St., $11, and Francis K. Powell, 43, of near Galesburg, $11. Fined $10 for spinning his tires was Terry A. Hukill, 23, Yates City. David M. McGraw, 18, 1634 Rock Island Ave., was fined $10 for obstructing the flow of traffic. Billy L. DeJaynes, 25, Abingdon, was fined $10 for disobeying a stop sign, and Carolyn P Batson, 21, Cameron, was fined $10 for improper lane usage. Barry E. Stein, 30, 487 N. Prairie St. was fined $10 for no valid safety test; Fred E. Sallo, 25, of near Galesburg, $10 for violation of classification, and Felix O. Akpore, 473 Monmouth Blvd., $10 for failing to reduce speed. STARK COUNTY - David L.J Jackson, Neponset, was fined $115 June 11 in Traffic Division of Circuit Court in Toulon for driving while under the influ- erce of liquor. He was also fined SI 15 for attempting to elude police officers and $40 for driving too fast for conditions. Thomas K. Feeny, Peoria, was fined $15 last week for a traffic signal violation. Robert Mark McKenzie, Toulon, was fired $15 for failing to yield the right of way. Traffic Accidents Henry L. Colwell, 39, 608 W. South St., was cited for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his station wagon struck the rear of a car driven by John C. Chapman, 27, 1211 Parkview Rd. Colwell's vehicle sustained an estimated $550 damage to the front end, and and estimated $250 damage re* suited to the trunk and rear of the Chapman vehicle, William T. Adams, 30, 618 W. Knox St. had minor damage done to the back of the taxi he was driving when it was struck by a car driven by James H. Morrow, 63, 1539 W. Waters St. Adams had stopped at a stop sign on West Tompkins Street when the accident occurred. No tickets were issued. MRS. JAMES W. PAUL SMITHFIELD - Mrs. James W. Paul, 84, of Smithfield Route 1, died today at 1:15 a.m. at Graham Hospital, Canton. The former Zella Pearl Paul was born March 27, 1889, in Fulton County, and married James W. Paul there in March 1907. He died in 1946. She was a member of Wiley Lutheran Church. Surviving are three sons, Jesse of Smithfield Route 1, Leslie of Avon and James of Canton; a daughter, Mrs. Susie Rutherford, Smithfield Route 1, seven grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Root Funeral Home, Fairview. Burial will be at Wiley Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday after 4 p.m. at the funeral home. Walked (Continued From Page 4) MONMOUTH — Cars driven by' Mrs. Jean M. Carr, 46, Metairie, La., and Walter A. McMaster, 75, 701 N. E St., collided Wednesday at 12:45 p.m.' at the corner of D Street and Franklin Avenue. Mrs. Carr was driving her car north on D Street and McMaster was esatbound on Franklin Avenue. McMaster was charged with a right of way violation. Charles T. Carr, 48, 13 Cokel Court, and Frederick Lauder, 75, 1026 E. Boston Ave., were involved in a 2-car accident Wednesday at 5:20 p.m. in the 1000 block of East Broadway. Carr was reportedly attempting to make a left turn when his car was struck from behind by the Lauder auto. Lauder was charged with following too close. A truck driven by a Spencer, Iowa, man, Raymond J. Faires, 53, struck and broke a crossing gate on the Burlington Northern Railroad Wednesday at 2:47 a.m. Faires was approaching the South Main Street railroad crossing when the gates started closing and the stack on his truck hit and broke one. Correction The Galesburg Register-Mail incorrectly reDorted Tuesday that an accident Monday involving a motorcycle operated by Ivan R. Shinn, Wataga and an auto driven by Irene V. Griffith, 1439 E. Losey St., occurred when the motorcycle was hit by the car. The car actually was hit in the side by the motorcycle when the driver of the car turned into the opposite lane. Irene Griffith was charged with a turning violation. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Barbara H. Stevens, 21, Carbondale, and Michael K. Robertson, 21, Carbondale. Elaine L. Ekiss, 21, 1410 Morton Ave., and Richard M. Sturgeon, 23, 613 W. Losey St. Sharon Louise Wurl, 22, Lombard, and Stephen Joseph Hagge, 997 Dayton Dr. Marsha A. Courson, 17, Abingdon, and Terry W. Cowan, of near Galesburg. STARK COUNTY - Marriage licenses were issued last week in the county clerk's office at Toulon to Clifford Hughie Bent Jr. and Roberta June Bogncr, both of Wyoming, and to Merle Monroe Hewitt, Princeton, and Gladys Michelle Sarber, Tiskilwa. House Okays HartiganHike To Allow Work for Elderly Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fowler, Avon, a boy Wednesday at 3:40 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Rezner, 1574 N. Cherry St., a girl Wednesday at 10:20 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Jack^ son, 201 Dietrich Ave., twins, a boy today at 3:02 a.m. and a girl at 3:10 a.m. Arrests Richard J. Curran, 43, and his wife Sandra, 30, of Peoria were arrested Wednesday by Gate- burg police on charges of deceptive practices. The charges came in warrants issued in Sangamon County. Curran was arrested at the Galesburg Register-Mail, where he had briefly been employed as a printer. He was taken into custody at 2:50 p.m. His wife was arrested an hour later at a nearby restaurant as she waited for her husband, police said. Samuel Dodgan, 35, 960 S. KeMogg, was arrested Wednesday at 5:27 p.m. behind Louie's Liquors, 41 S. Seminary St., for public intoxication. Thomas Hill, 48, Chicago, was arrested Wednesday at 7:10 p.m. in the 200 block of South Seminary Street for public .intoxication. Dewey Hicks, 46, Galva, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by state police for driving while intoxicated and driving with a revoked or suspended license. He was picked up on old U.S. 34 east of Galesburg. Authorities were called after Hicks apparently be3t his wife. She signed a complaint against ham foir battery, but later requested the charge be dismissed. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. White, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., are parents of a boy, Jason Scott, born June 12. Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Ray A. White, Lake Havasu City, former Knoxville residents. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kennedy, A p p I e t o n, Wis., are parents of a girl, Lisa Marie, born May 27. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Newcomer, and Mrs. Betty Kennedy is paternal grandmother. All are of Galesburg. SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - A House committee has unanimously approved a 40 per cent boost In Lt. Gov. Neil Hartigan's office expense budget for fiscal 1974 to let him continue to work on behalf of the elderly. The House Appropriations Committee Wednesday endorsed the $283,000 revised budget, 26-0, after Rep. Arthur Telcser, who proposed the increase, criticized Gov. Daniel Walker's "vicious and ruthless disregard" for senior citizens. Telcser indicated the additional funds were intended for services for senior citizens, including the work of Clarence Lipman, who was hired by Hartigan after Walker eliminated his former job as director of the governor's Committee on Senior Citizens. . Telcser called Walker's dircc tive earlier this year that Lipman vacate his office within an hour "an insult to every senior citizen in this state." The Senate Appropriations Committee, meanwhile, unanimously approved a bill to fund Hartigan's proposed cabinet- level department on aging. The bill to create the department passed the full Senate last week. The Senate Judiciary Committee, meanwhile, voted 10-3 in Circuit Court David Farquer, 17, 492 Johnston St., pleaded guilty Wednesday in Knox County Circuit Court to deceptive practices — a misdemeanor — and asked for probation. His case was continued for consideration by the court. He was originally charged with forgery after attempting to write a bad $10 check earlier this year at a local food store. A 15-year-old Monmouth youth paid $15 Wednesday for a curfew violation. STARK COUNTY - Robert Mark McKenzie, Toulon, was fined $15 June 11 in Stark County Circuit Court for possession of fireworks. Fined $15 June 11 for curfew violations were Randy R. Stout, LaFayette, and Nicolas S. Collins, Toulon. Thefts MONMOUTH - Robert Munson, 37, Lincoln Homes, reported to police today at 6 a.m. that a tape player was stolen from his car sometime last night. He listed the loss at $40. Divorees Filed KNOX COUNTY - Sam J. Martinez against Nellie L. Martinez, and Beverly June Tracy against Kenneth L. Tracy. favor of two bills designed to reintroduce the death penalty to Illinois without violating the recent ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court. The same panel voted 11-3 to kill a House-passed bill which would have made it state policy that life begins "at the moment of conception." Opponents argued the bill was unconstitutional because it would have violated federal high-court rulings prohibiting the states from strict regulation of abortion. The Senate Executive Committee approved bills to allow broadcast journalists to electronically record any public governmental meeting covered by terms of the open meetings laws to allow a single state's attorney to represent more than one country, and to plug a loophole in filing requirements in the state's ethics law. The committee, however, killed bills which would have required firearms training for policemen; required the state to pay interest on bills more than 90 days old; allowed the adjutant general to sell state military land without specific authorization from the legislature, and provided each lawmaker with two copies of the official bill digest rather than the current one copy. Defendants Are Separated Following Cellblock Murders Cold Front Moves East, Ends Heat By United Press International Cool air pushed the heat wave out of the Northeast today while rain continued to saturate flooded areas of Texas. Flooding in the Houston area drove hundreds of persons from their homes, and hundreds more tried to stop rising water with sandbags. "I've been here 10 years and I've never seen anything like this before," said Walter Pierce, disaster chairman of the American Red Cross in Conroe, north of Houston. Polk County Sheriff Gene Reaves at Livingston, Tex., said they were using "boats, *nirks. a'Mhing," in efforts to evacuate flooded areas. At 'ea?!. six denths were blamed on heavy rains that hit Texas the last few days. Tornadoes were sighted briefly about sunset Wednesday near Livingston, Tex., and Fayetteville, Tenn. Hailstones the size of golf balls hit Rio Grande City, Tex. Elsewhere today, rain also fell at Albuquerque, N.M., Florence, S.C., and Richmond, Va: Warm, humid air returned to the middle Mississippi Valley and Central and Northern Plains today. Scattered showers and thunderstorms also occurred from •ho Great Basin to the Northern Rockios today. Travelers were advised of gusty winds and blowing dust or sand in the . deserts of Southern California. WAUKEGAN, 111. (UPI) Four men whose two companions were found strangled in a jail cell where all were held waiting trial on murder charges have been ordered lodged in separate cells, a Lake County official said today. Edward Moran, 23, and Nathaniel Burse, 23, both of Chicago, and their four cellmates were held in the jail for hearings in the murder of Army Spec. 4 William Richter, 23 found 'shot to death near a Lake County highway last Sept. 2. Moran and Burse were found strangled in their cell Wednesday morning. The killing of Richter was one of nine in Illinois which Cook County authorities said last year could have been committed by a gang known as De Mau Mau. Some of the nine are held in Cook County. Sheriff Orval Clavey said that Moran, Burse and the others hsid been permitted by an order of the Lake County court to gather in one cell in order that they might have an opportunity to consult on their defense. But while the investigation into the jail slayings is going on, the four have been put in separate cells "and they will stay in those cells," Clavey said. He said at a news conference today that they will have no contact with each other. Lake County authorities said that although no charges had been filed, it appeared that Moran and Burse • has been slain by one or more of their cellmates, identified as Michael Clark, 21, Robert Wilson, 18, Donald Taylor, 21, and Darrell Pealfcry, 20, whose banging on his cell door about 8:15 Wednesday morning alerted jail officials to the bodies. HOSPITAT NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Gary J. Bell, 660 Franklin St Mrs. Gwendolyn J. Brand, 470 Iowa Ave. Miss Margerette L. Carson, 523 Iowa Ave. Mrs. LoJa I. Elliniwoiod, Macomb Troy R. Ellison, Abingdon Mrs. Peggy I. Fowler, Avon M'ss Lori A. Goetsch, 1491 Bridge Ave. Marvin N. Junis, Kewanee Patricia S. Lambrecht, 1424 Beeoher Ave. Mrs. Janis L. Lewis, 1652 Bluebird Dr. Mrs. Gladys N. McMeen, Moon Towers Mrs. Pearl M. Murphy, Williamsifield Mrs. Karen C. Rezner, 1574 N. Cherry St. Robert L. Townsend, 594 Olive St. Mrs. Alice J. Whitman, Altona Robert D. Young, 171 W. Fremont St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Robert D. Bower Jr., Knoxville Bradley K. Anderson, 1555 E. Main St. Mrs. Margaret P. Parsons, 213 Pine St. Mrs. Lois E. Fidlcr, 443 Irwin St. Lake Bracken Bill Sent to Governor Those who suggest that the new governor deserves a honeymoon period before much progress can be expected are igtwing the fact that Illinois is a $7 billion enterprise in a highly competitive environment. The state cannot afford lengthy honeymoons. Voters may learn in coming years that this multi-billion operation requires a head noncto with experience and the ability t:> take control the moment he's hired. READ THE WANT ADS! A bill that would give Lake Bracken Country Club homeowners a hearing before the Jilinois Commerce Commission in the event Burlington Northern Raiidroad would attempt a sale detrimental to their interests was sent to Gov. Daniel B. Walker yesterday. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Fred J. Tuerk, R-Peoria, got a 45-0 vote in the Senate. The bill earlier had cleared the House on a 124-5 vote. lt provides that any homeowner of 5-year standing, or who has made substantial im­ provements to his property, would have a standing before the commission in the event of a sale. Land at the country club is owned by the Burlington Northern Railroad. The tine notified club representatives in December 1970 that the property was for sale. THE RAILROAD first asked $4.5 million for the 600 acres of land, and the club's first offer was $500,000. The railroad later cut its price to $2.25 million. Knox College about two years ago offered to buy the club property at the railroad's asking price and provide the club with a long-term lease, but the offer was rejected by club members. Railroad officials in March asked the club to make another offer, and following a special membership meeting last month, the club offered $1.2 million for the property. In the 48 years of the club's history, 144 persons have built homes on leased land there. In addition, there is an 18-ihoJe golf course, a clubhouse and a golf clubhouse on the property south of town. Bonnie J. Jones, Knoxville Mrs. Peggy R. Lotspeich, Knoxville Wayne Williamson, Bushnell Mrs. Frances V. Cox, 1070 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Carol A. Josefson, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Harriet E. Stout, 1447 S. Kellogg St. Mrs. Rita M. Jones, Little York Mrs, Mae J. Thorkveeh, 301 E. Huston St. Evette R. Campbell, 954 W. South St. Mrs. Mary F. Mahoney, 685 Beecher Ave. Iowa Ct. Rebecca A. Wallace, 505 James M. Kursock, Kewanee St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Larry Baumgardner, 499 Franklin Ave. Mrs. Mamie Crites, Knoxville Mrs. Gladys M. Keene, Abingdon Mrs. Doris L. McGill, 847 W. North St. Miss Sherri Quinn, Abingdon John A. Reed, Kewanee Miss Rhonda S. Stick, Avon Mrs. Helen L. Tucker, Oneida Miss Terri Wilson, 411 N. Prairie St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Glen M. Rosenberg, Hotel Custer Guy Wilkison, Abingdon Witaier E. Hopkins, Dabinda Miss Dawn M. Line, London Mills David L. Turner, Abingdon Mrs. Cynthia L. Johnson, Abingdon Miss Barbara J. Kinzer, Abingdon Michael C. Brown, 212 Cottage Ave. J. E. Erwin, Abingdon Robert E. Folger, 1727 Bateman St. Mrs. Joan Lune, 727 Johnston St. Mrs. Deloris Sosa, 539 E. Brooks St. Tim Tracy, Aledo Miss Brerula K. Brawn, Abingdon James T. Tressell, Galesiwjrg Route 'I Kevin It. Pitman, m E. Dayton St. »

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free