Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 18, 1973
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AND FUNERALS MM. LYUC ttODGfcTT KtWANW-Mrt. Lyfe ilod* {(H, M f KWIIM, dl«d today it 4:80 I. m tt Karaite Public Hospital. • The former Mint Olson wu torn Nov. 1, ttll, fat Bishop Hill, and married Lyle Btodgett oil Dee. 24, 1941, at Amawatt She was graduated from Galva High School, and was a member of Bishop Hill Community United Method Church. Surviving are her husband; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. For* rest K. Olson, Galva; two sons, Dennis and Gary, and a daughter, Janene, all at home, and a sister, Mrs. Carl (Irene) Gar* gano, Moline. Funeral will be Friday at 1130 p.m. at Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Thoburn Enge officiating. Burial will be at Bishop Hill Cemetery. There will be no visitation, and the coffin will not be open at the funeral. At 5 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born April 1#, 1915, in Hunttviie. He wff i railroader tor 89 years and attended Gales- bwf schools. Surviving are three sons, Dennis R. of Los Angeles, Calif., and Sydnor E. and Kim K., both of Lewistown; two daugh* ters, Mrs. Terry (Dawn) Mar* tlndale and Mrs. Jim (Cindt) West, both of Lewis town; a brother, Piauf E. of Ardmore, Okla.; a sister, Mrs. Feme Goughf Newnall, Calif., and seven grandchildren. Graveside services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery. There wttl be no visitation. ROBERT E. WOOD MONMOUTH - Graveside services for Robert E. Wood, 67, of Fort Worth, Tex., who died Sunday, will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Dr. James R. Speer will officiate. Memorial contributions for the Community Chapel by the Sea at Melbourne Beach, Fla., of the American Cancer Society may be left at the TurnbuJl Funeral Home, the family said. MISS EMMA REICH TOULON-iMiss Emma Reich, 83. Toulbn, died Tuesday at 11:20 a. m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. She was born Nov. 4,1889, in West Jersey. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Mftnie Beckham, Seneca, Mo., and Mrs. Sophia Stowell, Cotesfield, > Neb., and nieces and nephews. •'•."• Funeral will be Friday at 2 p. m. at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Burial will be at West Jersey Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour before services at the funeral home. ' GEORGE T. HUNT DAHINDA — Funeral for George Thomas Hunt, 28, of near Dahinda who died last Friday in a motorcycle acci dent, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m at Dahinda United Methodist Church, with Rev. Phillip R Snider officiating. Burial was at Maquon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dennis W. Powell, Danny E. Powell, Delvin Powell, Danny A. Kerrick, Mervyn W. Stevens and William R. Hale. RAY R. GROSCLAUDE Ray R. Grosclaude, 58, of 255 W. Tompkins St., died Monday I Whatever th» [Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists US N. BROAD XM121 Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva - WUHamsfleld Mrs. Lyla Maria Blodger! Kewanee, 111. Services 1:30 P.M. - FRIDAY AT THE CHAPEL Burial Bishop Hill Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. The casket will not be open for the service. folesbura fttflitttr-Moll, GolilbufQ, 111. Wedne^doy, July 1 8 t 1 971 9 "HP I Today's Record MRS. ELMER SHEETS Funeral for Mrs. Elmer (Eleanor) Sheets, 52, of 1644 E. Main St. who died Sunday at her home, was today at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, with Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial was in Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ken neth A. Peterson, Vivian Carlson, Francis Carlson, Donald Shall, Harry Rouse and John Johansen. , MISS MARY I. TRACY Funeral for Miss Mary Irene Tracy, 48, of 986 Lawndale Dr., who died Saturday at St. John's Hospital, Springfield, was today at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christi Cathode Church; with Rev. Jonas Callanan, assistant pastor, officiating. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Leeper, Wilbur Walck, Thomas O'Beirne and Karl McKillip. Past Member But Not Dead PITTSBURGH (UPI)- Criminal Court Judge James F. Clarke read in an annual publication for court clerks Tuesday that he was dead. Clarke, a former chief clerk, noted that he was a past member of the organization ''but not that past." Mausoleums and Monuments McFAlL MONUMENTS m 1801 W. Mala 81 Galeibur*. HI. Phone 34MSH A U T H O K I •' t I DIALHI •Hinchliff- rt St. Mary V ADMISSIONS TUESDAY* Raymond DenHtr, Abingdon Wllmar A. fdtt 1448 Monmouth Blvd. Henry J. Hidden, Avon Leonard B. Hook, Cameron ft. Craig Kelley, Aledo Mrs. Viola A. Lewis, Abingdon Mrs. Clara Moran,. 882 S. Academy St. Joseph Sckrsbulis, Knox Manor Maurice VanWaes, Kewanee Mrs. Stella M. Williams, 1414 Moshier Ave. Donald R. Westfall Sr., 783 Clark St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Viola A. Lewis, Abingdon Mrs. Debra K. Sloan, Avon Mrs. Patricia J. Cook, Maquon William Hodges, Macomb Mrs. Hattie M. Gillmor, 774 N. Broad St; John Cabrera, 908 Pine St. Robert E. Hickey, Knoxville Milo-E. Shaw, Gajesburg Route 2 Mrs. Iva D. Steward, 529 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Ethel D. Friend, 798 Day St. Mrs. Sharon J. Lamer, Laura Daniel E. Naugle, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Kathleen' D. McCoy, 1013 Washington Ave. Mrs. Shirley J. Bowers, 1092 S. Chambers St. Larry R. Devlin, Gerlaw Miss Michelle Sullivan, Monmouth Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Raymond M. Fordyce, Abingdon Debra Ann Mathews, Knoxville Linda C. Graybilf, 224 Lincoln St. Harley J. Eathington, Avon Mrs. Carol E. Kummer, Oquawka Mrs. Bernice E. Kewley, Geneseo Pamela J. Hogan, 1394 Arcadia Dr. Mrs. Marion M. Buskirk, 825 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Betty L. Davis, Cameron Timothy M. Terpening, London Mills Robert D. Foster, Yates City Rosa A. Gilmore, 981 Hawkinson Ave. Donald W. Tune, 960 N. West St. Mrs. Helen J. Burnett, 426 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Peggy J. DeJaynes, Abingdon Mrs. Avice M. Gardner, Cambridge Mrs. Edna B. Quick, Knoxville DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Karen S. Kemp, 52 W. Losey St. Mrs. Ina L. Glisen, Avon Charlies W. Malcolm, Woodfoulil Orville D. Shelton, Galesburg Jerry D. Whitman, Oneida Mrs. Nancy A. Booth, Galesburg Robert C. Jordan, Knoxville Mrs. Barbara A. Benge, London Mills Nancy A. Hannam, Abingdon Raymond J. Bemhart, Avon Carrie L. Allen, Monmouth Linda C. Graybill, 224 Lincoln St. Robert W. H-oraney, 104 Walnut Ave. Catherine A. Heck, 543 Iowa Ave. Herbert G. Smith, Abingdon Now You Know . . . The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York houses the largest collection of art in the United States. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STSWT PHONE 343-2101 OAUSMWa MR. AURELIUS J. JOHNSON - 1181 Woodbine Circle. Services 10 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First Lutheran Church. MR. RAY R. GROSCLAUDE - Moon Towers. Graveside services 11:00 A.M. Thursday at Memorial Park Cemetery, There will be no visitation. MRS. MAUDE D. BUTTORFF - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, formerly of Galesburg. Services 1 P.M. Thursday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call 10 A.M. Thursday until hour of service. Burial at Little York Cemetery. MRS. WILLIAM L. PETERSON - 975 E. Fremont St. Services 10 A.M. Friday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call Thursday evening at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MR. E, EVAR SWANSON, 809 N. Academy. Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Friends may coll Thursday evening at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. Burial at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church or a charity of the donor's choice. Suits Filed The State Department of Revenue has fifed suit in Knox County Circuit Court against Duane Waters, doing business as Duane's Sinclair, seeking judgment for $1,780 for Retailers Occupation Tax. , Traffic Court KNOX COUNTY - Lbyd G. Howard, 49, East Galesburg, was fined $25 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for leaving the scene of an accident. Fined for speeding were Leroy CoJweM, 31, Abingdon, $10; Edward M. Mitchell, 49, Moline, $11; Anthony S. Brown, 19, 243 W. Losey St., $10; Phillip E. Creek, 20, Galesburg, $10; David J. Rawliruon, 38, Macomb, $11; Gordon L. Stone, 18, 1432 S. Main St., $13, and Mark A. Erdman, 21, 2466 Cos ta Dr., $10. Barth T. Olson, 17, Oneida, was fined $10 for disobeying a police officer, and Charles P Johnson, 54, 852 Maple Ave., was fined $10 for disobeying a red traffic signal. Fined lor excessive noise were Robert A. Miller, 32, KnoxviHe, $10; Reginald L. Randall, 21, 897 Yates St., $10, and Dennis N. Williamson, 22, of near Galesburg, $10. Charles D. Newcomb, 19, of near Galesburg, was fined $10 for use of an illegal tire. James C. Quails, 18, Henderson, was fined $10 for violation of speed restrictions. STARK COUNTY - Luther H. Hiser, Decatur, was fined $15 for a stop sign violation. Michael L. Lindley, Camp Grove, paid $15 for improper parking on roadway. MARTIN FUNIRAl HOME KNOXVIllE, ILLINOIS Agnas Marie Hub«r 212 State St, East Galesburg Funeral Services 10:30 A.M. - THURSDAY at the Funeral Home where friends may call this evening. Interment in Memorial Park Cemetery. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY-^Debra Lea Day, Abingdon, and Randy Lee Thomas, 19, St. Augustine. Pamela Sue Henry, 17, 1123 S. Farnfrarn St., and Donald Francis Roseniberry, 20, 433 E. Losey St. Barbara Kathryn Brock, 18, Abingdon, and Larry Eugene Eades, 21, Abingdon. • Joann D. Hubbard, 18, Gil son, and Larry D. Lynch, 21 Knoxville. Sara F. G. Woods, 22, of near Galesburg, and Telesforo C. Gutierrez, 23, 979 W. Brooks St. KNOX COUNTY - Miss Teresa Lynn Taylor, 21, Aledo, and John Bernard Navratil, 25, Racine, Wis. Mrs. Doris I. (Johnson) Cox, 40, Abingdon, and Ray Arnold Landon, 52, Abingdon. Mrs. Darcy L. (Leafgreen) Denisar, 22, Rio, and Roger D. Terpening, 26, Alexis. McDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses were issued lad week in the county clerk's office to Marvin E. Utsigner, De Kalyb, and Gloria K. Wilson, of near Blandinsville; Gene A. Markley, 620 Harrison St., Bush- r.el!, and Carol A. (Buchen) Wilson, 593 N. Washington St., Bushnell; James L. Hunt, of near Farmington, and Ann Kathleen Webb, 6 Lakeview Dr., Bushnell; Robert Lee Keime, of near Good Hope, and Virginia Sue Newman, Good Hope, and Bennie F. Tinkham and Abbie L. Lane, both of 160 S, Jackson St., Bushnell. STARK COUNTY - Katherine Sue Jones, Galva, and Erwin Austin Calef, Wyoming. Sharon Kay Johnson, Castleton, and John Leo O'Neil, Wyoming. Traffic Accident*, Carolyn M. Atkins, 08 City, was cited for failing to yield the right ot way alter her car was involved in a collision Tuesday at ft: 13 p.m. with one operated by Helen t.. Malley, 22,1140 N. Prairie St. The mis' hap occurred at the corner of Prairie and Tompkins streets. A car driven by EUtabeth Anne Welsh, 26, 1533 McKnight St., backed into one Owned by Vicki L. Ladendorf, 28, 1546 Willard St., Tuesday at 3:50 p.m. in the 900 block of Florence Avenue. There were no charges. Galesburg police today were searching for a car which struck one owned by Steven L. Baker, 1483 Day St., while Baker's car was parked Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot near the Lake Storey Pavilion. The second vehicle left the scene without reporting. MONMOUTH — Marshall Stem, 26, illVi W. First Ave., was charged Tuesday at 4:13 p.m. with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Stern was driving his car north on A Street when it collided with an eastbound oar on Boston Avenue driven by Josie E. Francis, 24, Monmouth. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dale K. Rucker, 1706 Baird Ave., a girl Tuesday at 4:55 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Mathews, Knoxville, a girl Tuesday at 5:22 p.m. Arrests Galesburg police arrested Samue\ H. Johnson, 53, Maryland, Ind., Tuesday near the corner of Main and Cherry streets for disorderly conduct. WJL.JC. nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. ClYPf I. IARTON Age 71 of Alpha Services 1:30 P.M. - THURSDAY AT PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX FUNERAL HOME in ALPHA where friends may call 7-9 P.M. this evening. Memorials for the Cancer Fund may be left at the home. Burial in Alpha Cemetery. Circuit Court Darvid Farquer, 17, 492 Johnston St., was placed on probation for six months when he appeared Monday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of deceptive practices. The charge, which had been filed against him Jan. .5, was amended from the original charge of attempted forgery. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Rosealee F. Cato against Jerry L. Cato; Harold M. Doan against Connie Gayle Doan, and Patricia A. Melton against Jerry W. Melton. A suit for separate maintenance has been filed by Maggie J. Peterson against Gale Lee Peterson. Hearing Re-Set OnWatagaSuit Against Landfill A hearing into a suit filed by the Wataga Village Board against the Knox County Board has been rescheduled for Friday at 1:30 p.m. The hearing had originally been set for Thursday. The suit was filed on behalf of the village in an attempt to stop any further action by the county to establish a landfill site east of the corporate limits of the village. The Knox County Board had taken an notion on land owned by Floyd H. Grant and had authorized expenditure of funds for engineering work as a preliminary step in seeking Environmental Protection Agency approval of the site as a landfill. Red(Continued From Page 2) Early-Morning Crash A car driven by Richard D. Miller, 23, 799 E. Main St., top picture, crashed into a Galesburg firetruck early this morning, center picture, while the truck was enroute to put out a fire that caused heavy damage to a car near East Main Street and 1-74, bottom picture. Brock Baker, Oneida, apas- sengcr in the Miller car, was listed in fair condition today at St. Mary's Hospital.' : Firetruck Struck by Car On Way to Automobile Fire Brock Baker, 24, Oneida, was in fair condition today at St. Mary's Hospital after he was injured earlier when the car in which he was riding crashed into the back of a Galesburg fire truck. The accident occurred near the corner of Main and Faro- ham streets when the car, driven by Richard D. Miller, 23, 799 Main St., skidded into the E rear of the emergency vehicle which was en route to a fire. Ition concurred. Police officers later determined they*jwere Police said Miller was travel- said they heard the siren. I made by Miller as he Budded — The Galesburg Regional Red Cross Blood Center achieved its blood goal for the 24th consecutive year. The goal for the seven counties was 16,000 units with 16,350 collected. — A disaster quota of $2,446 was given the chapter by the United Way of Knox County and sent to the National Red Cross. — First aid and water safety certificates were awarded to 459 individuals. — A total of 7,192 individuals were served by the chapter's military family and veterans' program. — The Red Cross received the service of 13,990 volunteers who gave 89,110 hours of volunteer service. Miller and another passenger in [continued to the scene?, of a the car, Danny Joseph, 24, 46 j car fire near 1-74, East Main N. Pearl St., were treated and'Street interchange, hut-were released at St. Mary's cmer- forced to call another 1 truck gency room. All six passengers,when their equipment."would in the oar claimed Miller stopped at a stop sign just prior to the collision and that the emergency lights and siren on the truck were not operating. Firefighters said the lights and siren were on and other witnesses at the Brooks Street Sta­ nd work as a result* of the wreck. The burning ca& was heavily damaged. ™ A state police troopex who tentatively said the skidmarks left by Miner's car majfclhave been those of a drag^acer whom he had arrested ^ffrher, Man Shot MURPHYSBORO, III. ing at a high rate of speed and his car skidded 168 feet before hitting the truck. He was charged with reckless driving. Gilson Residents Attend Wedding GILSON - Mr. and Mrs. Bob King, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curry, Mrs. Cathy Boyer and Donnie and Mrs. Jodi Cecil attended the wedding of Miss Debbie King at Shelbyville June 30. Donnie Boyer was ring- bearer. Miss Joni Putnam's birthday was celebrated at a breakfast July 4 at her home. Mrs. Mary Tolger, Evanston, Wyo., was a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Agnes Bollinger. Mrs. Dasiy Lindahl, Knoxville, hosted a party July 3 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H o w e r t e r, Phoenix, Ariz. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob King, Mrs. Verna Sternberg and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Howarter. Guests recently at the home Miller's car was demolished, authorities said. The fire truck received about $500 damage. There were no firefighters riding on the rear of the truck when it was hit. Fire officials said the truck British Butchers To Train Women LONDON (UPIJ - Another male stronghold has got the chop. One of Britain's biggest group of butcher shops will train women as meat cutters. Personnel officer John Parsons said the firm, Matthews, which has 200 shops, cannot hire enough men to train. "So," he said, "we thought we would try to recruit women." Underwear Stolen NEW YORK (UPI) - Three armed bandits stole a truck loaded with $30,000 worth of women's underwear from the "Lovable Corp." late Tuesday. through the interseotifijE and into the truck. Thcgjcrash occurred at 2:29 a .rajg two minutes after the fireCSlarm sounded. . <HU» Judging Teajjjfcs Win </i' Ratings CANTON - Anne HarJBr, Astoria, and Danny Sopefj£ Banner, Fulton County 4-tf*Club members, received A ratings in state 4-H judging conte$E$ held at the University of Illinojg, according to Dennis Thompson, Fulton County assistanCtexten- sion adviser. ^JJ?. They were among 16£J!ulton County youths who mjade up four teams for the judginjkeom- petition. All four teams received B ratings. Teams included T m y Dean, Canton, Miss jjjgrper. Julie Markello, Cantogj* and Kathi Blout, Ellisvillef* Jiorse and pony; Jerry Boyce #t Norma Boyce, both of Cantjgg and Ed Dilts and Davil Gillams- both horticulture; !5 $fary- of Cuba, Cooling was achieved in an-'anne Nelson, Table Grogg! Rob (UPI)-of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McCoyjcient India by hanging wet Postin, Tcdd Jones anjf£'Pam Paul Rains, 29, Murphysboro, was found shot to death Tuesday about a quarter mile from the mobile home where he lived. Doris Wherry, Mr.'mattings over open doorways jPollitt, all of Lewistowwglive- D. Reece Jones, | on the windward side of houses, stock, and Barry FJsherg&ruce reducing the interior temperatures 15 to 20 degrees. were Mrs. and Mrs. Abingdon, and Charles and John Haight, Orion Fisher and Brian FisheJS^ll of Ellisville, and Soper, dairy.

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