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18 Galesbura Registe Galesbu Monda t. 23 963 opt • t * - 1 : SAM 0. BRATTON ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (UPI) Sam G. Bratton, 75. a retired U, S. circuit judge and former U. S. senator, died Sunday. ... , Bratton was elected to the -U. S. Senate at the age of 36 in ^ ' »24. He resigned from the Senale in 1933 and was appointed o judge of the 10th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals by President ,, rt ^ Franklin D. Roosevelt. »n\f>. \ GEN, GILBERT R. COOK LA JOLLA. Calif. (UPI) - Fu\yr neral services were scheduled 'V. Tuesday in Arlington National *: Cemetery for retired Maj. Gen. ^ Gilbert R. Cook. 73, veteran of two world wars and the Mexican 'border battles. He died here last Thursday. the university between 1B91 and to Princeton as fol- 1900. Poe returned an assistant football coach lowing World War I. He held the post until World War II when he retired. 9 * • > m - Private IVAN PETROFF HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — funeral services were scheduled •v -A. today for Ivan Petroff, 64. opera v^singer and voice coach, who died f : - s , Thursday of a cerebral hemorrhage. r i i ROSE DA VIES BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI) Rose Davies, 60, music corner- poser and sister of the late ac- JL tress. Marion Davies. died Fri- A day in her Bel Air home after a brief illness. NEILSON (Net) POE \.;, ; BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) Neil^bn (Net) Poe, 86, onetime great Princeton University quar- terbqek, died Sunday in Veterans "-•^f Hospital after a brief illness. '-•^ Poe, foiirth in a line of six STEVEN PAUL KALB ALTONA—Funeral services for Steven Paul Kalb. 4-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kalb, near Altona. will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Hendricks Funeral Home at Oneida, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in the Abingdon Cemetery. The boy died Saturday at 0:30 p.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where lie was admitted Saturday at 6 p.m. Death was attributed to pneumonia. He was born June 28, 1959, at St. Mary's Hospital, and was baptized in the First Methodist Church of Altona. Besides the parents, he is survived by a brother Michael, and two grandmothers, Mrs. Gertrude Kalb of Abingdon and Mrs. Rose Pate of Mount Sterling. INFANT SEIBERT Anthony Berry Seibert, infant son of Bernard and Sheila Berry Seibert of Galesburg Route 2, died Hos- Sunday in St. Rochester, Mary's Minn. The V: : brothers who kept Princeton and ,*the family name in sports news for 22 years, was a graduate of ^Vthe class of '97. Three of the brothers — Edgar, John and Arthur — received All-America football honors at r- 4 *» t> ^ 1 pital, Rochester, Minn. The infant was born in Galesburg May 28, 1963. Surviving, besides the parents, are two brothers, Simon and Luke; a sister, .Sharon Sue; the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Richard Berry of Peoria, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Seibert of Galesburg, Route 2. Mass of the Angels will be celebrated Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. ' Friends may call this evening at the Foley Mortuary. Monuments and Mausoleums MRS - w - M - BAUGHMAN '•4 4 -1 1 ' - • • • 1 i •T 1 • " McFALl MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St. Galesburg, 111. AUTHORIZED DEALER 7 KIMBER WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. Wineabreth M. Baughman, 47, of 1109 McClure St., died Sunday at 2:30 p.m., in St. Mary's Hospital, where she had been a patient since Sept. 18. Mrs. Baughman was born Dec. 15, 1915, in Warren County and had resided since a child in Gales- •i burg, where she attended schools. She was married in 1932 to Leo Baughman. He died in 1948. 1 Surviving are her father, Charles Dailey of Chicago; three daughters, Mrs. George (Imogene) HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME -Oneida. -1 - Mrs. Louise S. Swedenberg rr | 1353 E. Losey St. • k I FUNERAL 2 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel ^'1 Tuesday evening. 4 * Steven Paul Kalb 4-Year-Old Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kalb Near Altona FUNERAL SERVICES TUESDAY, 1:30 P.M. AT THE ' HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME. Where friends may call this evening; Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. erfices Johnson- Schuster Chapel Williamsfield, .Anthony Berry Sebiert - Infant son of _ Mr. and Mrs. Bernard •*• Seibert R.R. 2, Galesburg FUNERAL SERVICES ; 9:30 A.M. TUESDAY IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CHURCH. Friends may Mortuary Monday evening. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley * f 3 •VI ^2 * I-'- - J - ft t\ '"i Mrs. Wineabreth Baughman 1109 McClure St. FUNERAL SERVICES 2:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT THE FOLEY MORTUARY. REV. JOSEPH HOFFMAN OFFICIATING. Friends may call Foley Mortuary Tuesday afternoon and evening. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Hazel F. Gibson Williamsfield, 111. SERVICES 1 :30 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT THE WILLIAMSFIELD METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call Tuesday evening 6 to 9 p.m. at the Johnson-Gill-Schuster chapel at Williamsfield Cemetery. FLETCHER AND McDOUG FUNERAL HOME Grand Ave. Mrs. Flora Polk 227 West Waters St. Funeral services: TUESDAY - 2 P.M. at FLETCHER & McDOUGALD FUNERAL HOME. Rev. C. L. Colman in charge. Visitation tonight, 7 to 9. Peraheau, with whom she made her home; Nfrs. Kenneth (Marilyn ) Dunn, also of Galesburg, and Mrs. Joseph (Barbara) Pena of Davenport; five half-sisters and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. At the Foley Mortuary, Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. Burial will he in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday afternoon and evening at the mortuary. t LEO If. IMEL Funeral services for Leo H. Imel, 57, of 240 S. Henderson St., who died Friday, were held today at 11 a. m. in the Foley Mortuary, Rev. Constant Johnson of the Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. Mrs. Blanche Lofgrcn was vocalist and pianist. Burial was in Meridian Cemetery, west bearers of Pall- Abingdon, were Howard Lozier, Frank Moran, Homer Wordcn, L. H. Burkhaulter and William A. Harris. Mable MRS. MABLE WOLFE STRONGHURST —Mrs. Wolfe, 75, died Saturday at 12:30 a. m. in New Iberia, La., where she had been living the past few months. She was born June 7, 1888, and was a member of the local Methodist Church and Order of Eastern Star. Wolfe Mo. She married Ray Oct. 12, 1913, at LaPlata, He preceded her in death. Si vivors include a daughter, Mrs. Erma Jean Kemp of New Iberia, La., seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A son and two brothers preceded her. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Methodist Church, and burial will be in the Stronghurst Cemetery. The family will meet friends at the Fisher Funeral Home tonight from 7:308:30 D . m. at the Williamsfield Co-operative Elevator. She was a member of the local Methodist Church and Royal Neighbors of America. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Mary Spencer, two sons, Robert W. of Peoria and Roger O. of Gilson, three sisters, all local residents, Mrs. Walter Far- qucr, Mrs. Henry Tucker and Mrs. Virgil Stodgel, three brothers, Lorcn and Harold Spencer of Williamsfield and William A. Spencer of Newark, Mo., plus six grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by a daughter and brother. Services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Williamsfield Methodist Church, with burial in the local cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at the Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel in Williamsfield. The body will lie in state at the church from Wednesday noon until service time. Contributions may be given to the Methodist Church Memorial Fund. o'clock. Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart or Cancer funds, the family suggest* ed. MRS. W. 3. SIIALLENBERGER MONMOUTH - Mrs. William J. Shallenberger, 76, of 721 N. A St., died this morning at 2:50 at the Monmouth Hospital, where she had been a patient since Sept. 9. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Turnbull Funeral Home. County Clerk MC0BY | preside a t Convention BRIDGE Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. and JOHN L. VERNER Funeral Vcrner, for John L. Brentwood services 44, of 1711 Ave., who died Friday, were held today at 10 a.m. in the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, Dr. Joseph Hoffman of the First Methodist Church officiating. Mrs. Harry Neave was organist. Burial was in Fairlawn Cemetery at Decatur. Pallbearers were Harold Lomax, R. B. Eyre, C. J. Vanderwert, C. M. Carlson, Warren Ray and Roy Lewis. MISS ELIZABETH DUNAVAN A former resident, Miss Elizabeth Ellen Dunavan, 92, died at her home in Jacksonville Saturday at 10:48 a.m. following a lingering illness. She was born Oct. 14, 1870, and was employed for 45 years at the Elliott State Bank before her retirement in 1943. She was a member of Central Christian Church. Survivors include two nieces, Dorothy Grabill of Jacksonville and Eleanor Dunavan of Kansas City, Mo., three nephews, Russell Dunavan of Kansas City, Mo., Edward .Dunavan of Ada, Ohio, and Merle Dunavan of St. Paul, Mo. A grandnephew, LeRoy C. Grabill, lives at 473 Columbus Ave. Miss Dunavan made her home in Galesburg from 1943 to 1950. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Jones Funeral Home in Jacksonville. MRS. LOUISE SWEDENBERG Funeral services for Mrs. Louise S. Swedenberg, 58, of 1353 E. Losey St., will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. Mrs. Swedenberg died Sunday at 8 p.m. in Cottage Hospital, whei'c she was a patient six days. The former Louise S. Swanson was born June 27. 1905, at Alexis, and resided most of her lifetime in Galesburg. She was married to Hjalmer Swedenberg Sept. 20, 1942, in Galesburg, and he preceded her in death in 1950. Mrs. Swedenberg was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and Women's Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Survivors are a brother, Amos Swanson, and two sisters, Mrs. Delia S. Brown and Mrs. Beatrice E. Swanson, all of Galesburg. LUTHER JOHNSON NORTH HENDERSON — Funeral services for Luther Johnson, 83, of North Henderson, who died Saturday at 5 p.m. at Moline Public Hospital, . where he had been a patient 10 days, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at New Windsor Calvary Lutheran Church. Burial will be in the New Windsor Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation will be tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at Peterson- Wallin-Knox Chapel in Alpha. He was born July 7, 1880, and was married to Julia Nordeen, April 22, 1908, at Woodhull. Mr. Johnson was a retired farmer. He was a member of the New Windsor Calvary Lutheran Church. Survivors include a son Henry of North Henderson; a granddaughter of Rock Island, and a sister, Mrs. John V. Carlson of New Windsor. He was preceded in death by his wife and one sister. Attend Services WOODHULL - Mr, and Maurice DeSutter Sr., Maurice DeSutter Jr., James Bugos, Woodhull, Mrs. Don Nelson of Abingdon, attended prayer and graveside services for their infant grandson and nephew, Martin Charles DeSutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeSutter of Kewanee. The infant was born Sept. 11 at St. Francis Hospital, Kewanee. and died three hours later in the St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice DeSut­ ter Sr., and daughter Mrs. Maurice DeBuysere of Alexis, attended funeral services Thursday for a cousin at the St. John's Catholic Church at Rapids City. JTB Not Used After Overcall By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The Jacoby Transfer Bid (JTB) is used only after opening bids in no-trump. There is no reason to use it after a no-trump overcall. In fact, there are several good reasons why it should not be used after an overcall. Attend Chicago Rites HENDERSON returned Mrs. Wesley home Friday Reams from Chicago where she and her husband and Judy, Barbara, Carol and Tom Reams attended the funeral for Mrs. Reams' mother, Mrs. Anna Berg, Thursday. Attend S Mrs. Amy HENDERSON — Hendricks and Mrs. Selena Cooksey of Galesburg attended graveside services in Kewanee Thursday for Mrs. Sarah Holt of Chicago. Mrs. Holt was Mrs. Cooksey's aunt. MRS. HAZEL GIBSON WILLIAMSFIELD—Mrs. Hazel F. Gibson, 50, died Sunday at 8 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg. She had been in failing health the past four years. She was born here Dec. 18, 1912, and was graduated from Williamsfield High School. She married L. Robert Gibson Oct. 14, 1934. He preceded her in death. She worked for the Santa Fe Railroad and the past 17 years HENRY WILLIS (BUD) LARSON Henry Willis (Bud) Larson, 50, of Rock Island, a former resident of Galesburg, died unexpectedly Sunday at 5 p.m. at his home. He was born in January 1913 in Iowa. He was man'ied to Alma Dalton May 30, 1935 in Galesburg. Mr. Larson was employed as warrant officer in National Guard at Rock Island and served with the National Guard when he resided in Galesburg, Survivors, besides the widow, include twin daughters, Mrs. Michael (Carol) Woods and Miss Karen Larson of Rock Island. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Wheelan's Funeral Hoipe in Rock Island. Visitation and Masonic rites will be held Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Civil Patrols Fail to Find Missing Plane MARION, 111. (AP) — After failing to find a trace of a missing Illinois flyer, the Civil Air Patrol said Sunday it was calling off an area-wide search. Maj. Rex Presson, of Marion, 111., said the patrol sent over 40 flights searching from Cairo to East St. Louis, 111., in an attempt to find John Garrett, 40, of Fairview. . Garrett, the CAP official said, has been reported missing since 1 last Tuesday. He reportedly took off in a small private plane from the Collinsville, 111., airport on Sept. 14. His wife reported him missing last Tuesday. Presson said Garrett was reportedly seen in Union City, Tenn., on the night of his flight. A plane, answering the description of his craft, was reported to have landed the same day at Sikeston, Mo., but officials said no flight plan was filed to verify this, The plane might have crashed along the Mississippi River in dense foliage, Presson said. But flights carried out over the weekend over Southern Illinois failed to bear this speculation out, Presson added. Furthermore, if your partner opens one no-trump and second hand doubles or makes any bid you should either abandon the JTB entirely or move it to the four level. If you do move it to the four level be sure that your partner will recognize it. It is disastrous to bid four hearts with a nice seven card spade suit when your partner forgets and passes. Today's hand shows why you don't want to use the transfer bid when the opening no-trump bid is doubled. South is looking at one jack and wants to find the nearest exit when East doubles his partner's no-trump. South bids two diamonds and, while East and West would each like to do something, they can't muster the courage so South buys the hand. He also manages to make it. He has to lose two trump tricks and one trick each in hearts and clubs. There spade are two potential losers also, but South takes care of that by finessing successfully against West's jack, losing but one. Incidentally, had East mustered enough gumption to bid three clubs he would be set if South should elect to open a heart. S. H. Hinchman, Knox County clerk, president of the Illinois County Clerks Association, was the presiding officer as the organization's convention opened today in Springfield. Following appointment of committees at the start of the afternoon session, Albert J. Harno, Supreme Court administrator, was listed for a discussion of associate clerks and their duties under the new judicial amendment. Speaker today at 3 p.m. was Michael J. Howlett, auditor of public accounts. Howlett's topic was the county auditing law passed by the recent Illinois Legislature. The law provided for mandatory annual audits of county governments by authorized public accountants in all counties of 10,000 to 500,000 population. The law had no impact on Knox County which has had an annual audit the past several years by an accountant firm. Each county must file a copy of the audit with Howlett's office and also in the county clerk's office. The law also requires the clerk of the Board of Supervisors to furnish a copy of the audit report to anyone requesting it, with the fee for this copy to be set by the board and not to exceed $15.. 87 Counties Covered Covered by the law are 87 of the 102 counties in the state. Cook County is the only one above the 500,000 population figure while 14 are below the 10,000 mark. These were listed by Howlett, based on 1960 census figures, as Brown, Calhoun, Cumberland, Edwards, Gallatin, Hardin, Henderson, Johnson, Menard, Pope, Putnam, Schuyler, Scott and Stark counties. Special activities for the women attending the convention start Tuesday morning. Speakers during other convene tion sessions include Gov. Otto Kerner, Circuit Judge John T. Reardon of Adams County, a representative of the office of William G. Clark, attorney general. State Rep. C. L. McCormick of Vienna, James L. Hafele and John F. Dolan of the University of Illinois. The convention banquet and entertainment will be Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., at the St. Nicholas Hotel, convention headquarters, and the final session during which officers will be elected is scheduled Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Stoltie to Play Applications Being ted —j Barber Sliopp Pick W in nii nois Fest With Symph At Harrisburg Dr. James M. Stoltie will be a regular member of the symphony orchestra of Harrisburg, Pa., playing bassoon, during the season that is just beginning, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stol­ tie, 348 E. Grove St. He is a faculty member at nearby Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove. Dr. Stoltie, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Knox College, received the M. A. and Ph. D. degrees at the State University of Iowa. His wife is the former Mary Walworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Walworth, 1343 N. Kellogg St. Flowers. "Nature's most beautiful memorial" PETERSON- WALUNKNOX Alpha, III. Luther W. Johnson Age 83 North Henderson SERVICES 2 P.M. TUESDAY AT THE CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH, NEW WINDSOR Friends may call this evening 7 to 9 at the Alpha chapel. Burial in the New Windsor Lutheran Cemetery. JOHN WALTER FRANKLIN YATES CITY - John Walter Franklin, 75, died Sunday at 3:45 a.m. at SI. Francis Hospital in Peoria. He was born in Milford Junction, lad., Oct. 7, 1887, and was married to Marie Kramer, Aug. 10, 1910. Mr. Franklin had been a tool and dye maker in Chicago a number of years. He received his education in Indiana. Survivors, besides the widow, include two daughters, Mrs. James R. McKeighan of Yates City, with whom he resided several years, and Mrs. Marion Fritz of Monrovia, Calif.; six grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Elwyn Strang of Pharr, Tex. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Patterson Funeral Home in Elmwood. Burial will be in the Yates City Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home tonight from 6 to 9 Twi ns Drown in Flood watet t CHICAGO (AP> - A quartet from the suburban Hinsdale-LaGrange area called the Varieties has been named Illinois District Champion oi Iho Society for Pre- 1 Port Ad'CS., Te scrvation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America. Inn PORT ARTHUR. Tex. (UPI) Placing second Sunday was the Illinois Valley Tunetippers. In tliird place was the Midwestern- aires of Peoria. The Vigilantes from the suburban Oak Park-Skokie area took fourth place while the Four Bout'naires from Bloomington were fifth. The Sterling-Rock Falls entry 1 bowed out of competition Saturday. Weakest Stoi Moves In Bermuda A Leisurely MIAMI (UPI) Hurricane fourth and Debra, the season's weakest tropical storm, plodded a slow course in the Atlantic today far from land. The latest Miami Weather Bureau advisory located the 75 -mile- an-hour winds at the center of Hurricane Cindy claimed its first two lives Sunday in three feet of muddy, brackish floodwater when twin 18-month-old girls drowned at Port Acres. Brenda Faye and Linda Kaye Clayton toddled off the back porch of their house into the water. Their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Clayton, found them floating face down in the water. One to four leet of water still remains in some sections of Port Acres, a Port Arthur suburb. Cindy struck the Texas coast ear" h'esdav Jt left more than $10 million damage in its wake. Rebels Stage Raid LUANDA, Angola (UPI) — Two! Portuguese soldiers were killed \ and three were wounded in fight- For Academies Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, (R- 111.) announced today that a preliminary examination will be held Nov. 9 for classes beginning July 1964 at the various military academies. Interested men who are at least 17 and will not have passed their 22nd birthday on July 1, 1964 may apply to Sen. Dirksen, Old Senate Office Building, Washington 25, D. C. Dirksen said there will be no vacancy at West Point in 1964 nut there are openings at the Naval Academy, Air Force Academy and the Merchant Marine Academy. B ULLETIN OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Cleve McDowell, the only Negro student now attending the University of Mississippi, was taken into custody by Lafayette County Sheriff Joe Ford today after a pistol fell out of McDowell's coat pocket on the campus, A student who observed the proceedings said McDowell was escorted by Sheriff Ford to the office of Dean of Students L. L. Love. Ten minutes later, Ford and McDowell drove off campus. The student, who asked not to be quoted by name, said he and two other students saw the pistol fall to the ground when McDowell dropped his sun glasses and stooped over to pick them up. Vagrant I§ Wealthy STOCKTON, Calif. (UPI) Pete Greco, 74, was booked on a vagrancy charge Sunday after he trespassed on private property and begged for a coat to wear. Officers at county jail found he was carrying $905 in cash and 060 miles east-' vilian. an official communique said to- j day. It said Angolan rebels also ambushed a vehicle and killed a ci- Girls Think Twice south-east ot Bermuda. The storm was moving to the north-northeast awav from land at a leisurely eight miles per hour. J Tom Tresh of the Yankees is the eighth player in history to hit home runs from both sides of the plate in the same game. LONDON Dr. C. E. GLUT, chief education officer for Middlesex, said in a booklet published today that religion and sex probably take first place among the subjects teen-age girls are anxious to discuss. Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE Etfectlve AprL) l, 1933 Word* ?-day* 4-dayt 1-day 1*20 | 3.36 | 2.34 | 1.30 41-35 46-50 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 50c Card ot Thanka (n Memoriamj Lodge Notices >lnch or less $2.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. Card of Thanks JOHNSON, Mrs. Axel W. — We desire to express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. The beautiful floral offerings were especially appreciated. We also want to thank the Rev. C. Johnson, Violet Chapter, Doctors William Johnson and Douglas and the nurses at St. Mary's and Cottage hospitals for their kindness and care. Husband and Daughter, Grandchildren and Great Grandchild SWANSON, Freda — Written words are inadequate to express how much we appreciate your sympathetic understanding of the loss of our wife and mother. Your beautiful flowers and gifts were received as a token of love and friendship. A special thank you to Drs. Kleinkauf and Sullivan; nurses and aides at Cottage Hospital; women of the Covenant Church and pastors Harold Ahlberg and J. Alfred Johnson. We also want to say thanks for the many cards, flowers and visits to the hospital during the extended illness. E. Arnold Swanson and Family. MY thanks to one and all who sent cards and visited me while I was in the hospital. Also to the staff and nurses on the 4th floor at St. Mary's Hospital, with a special thanks to Sister Carola. Mrs. Wayne Icenogle. Altona, 111. KENNEDY—Our sincere thanks to our neighbors, relatives and friends for all their kindnesses during the illness and death of our father, John J. Kennedy. Also a special thanks to the priests, Dr. J. P. Graham, the Sisters and nurses at St. Mary's Hospital and those who served as pallbearers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Fox, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kennedy RADFORD, Henry — We wish to thank all of our many friends and relatives who were so thoughtful at the time of the loss of our loved one. Also a special thanks to the members of the Second Baptist Church. The Famil Lodge Notices MASONIC NOTICE Violet Chapter No. 235, O.E.S. WILL observe Friend's Night Tuesday, Sept. 24, 8 P.M. Mrs. James R. McFall, Guest of Honor. Social hour. All Eastern Stars cordially invited. Alice Spencer, W.M. Irvin Spencer, W.P. Mary Wilson, Sec'y. V A WOMEN OF THE MOOSE 7 MEETING V at 8 P.M. 1 meeting. Sept. 24 Regular Bessie Church, Sr. Reg. Dorothy Roelle, Rec. GALESBURG COUNCIL No. 556 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS REGULAR meeting Tonight — 8 o'clock. Tom Meyer, G.K. Crescent Hambsch, Fin. Sec'y. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOIt GOOD? Not U quickly place a LOST Phone 342-5161. Business Service—2 you AD. LAWN ££VT,TO £ E } Une t0 do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 KJM'USE SERVICE Pleasing you please* us. WE APPRECIATE your business! Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8065 or 3434136. WRIGHT Thermo-Products, Gas * oil fur. naces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-3 year payment plan. 29 Publio Squar. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS ci Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. GOOD COAL SALE September only. Stoker, lump, $10 ton, 5-ton orders. Washed oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts. Personal-Special Notice— I SURE Army Red Shield Store "af 11 Public Square. Bargains in clothing. appUances and furni. ture AVON PRODUCTS It interested in buying or sell* ing. Call 342-0360. Male Hel ( - Wanted—5 MAN wanted for mill and delivery work. Farm experience preferred. References required. Abingdon Milling Co., Ph. 89. WANTED dishwasher, morning or evening shift. Apply in person, Barrow's Restaurant, 1850 N. Henderson. Phone 342-2313. PHARMACIST Registered — Suburban dru£ store, top salary, insurance, paid vacation, Blue Cross available. All replies confidential. Earl W. Gsell & Co., Highland Park, 111. SINGLE man wanted for general farm work. Must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Must have driver's li- scence. TRIangle 5-3162. Ronald West, Maquon. _ (Continued oil page 19) 4 i t

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