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MIW. WOWAM) K. MOWEtt Mfs, ito #Sfd E. Mower, 1591 N. Pralrk! St., died Sunday at 11:48 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Mary L. Payne was born at Monmouth and married Howard E. Mower on Jan. 27, 1940, in Peoria. She was a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Cathode Church add its Altar and Rosary Society and the St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary. She was graduated from Monmouth High School. Surviving are her husband; a son, Howard P. of Galesburg; a daughter, Miss Ellen Jo Mower, Elgin; a brother, William Payne, Monmouth, and three sisters, Miss Jo Payne, Galesburg, and Miss Ann Payne and Miss Elizabeth Payne, both of •Monmouth. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Burial MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILIE, ILLINOIS Mrs. Ray (Goldie) Lyddon 744 Ella Avenue, Galesburg Funeral Services 1:00 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where friends may call Tuesday evening. Interment in Memorial Park Cemetery. Johnson - - Sctater Chapel' Galva -- Williamsfield Miss Edith E. Peterson Services 1 1:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY ait the Chapel Burial in the Saxon Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Ethel Luthy Age 79 Chaska, Minn. Funeral Service 2 P.M. - TUESDAY at the LARSON FUNERAL HOME Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. Mrs. Lillian Whiting Formerly of Altona Services 2 P.M. - THURSDAY at the HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME. There will be no visitation. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. Memorials may be madie to the First United Methodist Church of Galesburg or the United Church of Altona. Mr. D. O, Thurman 308 W. Lower St. Abingdon, III, Funeral Services 1:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the FOLEY MORTUARY Rev. Donald Hogan Officiating Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. MORTUAkY 166 N. Broad St. 343-1913 will be at St. Joseph's Ceme* tery. Friends may call Tuesday eve* ning at Hinchliff-Peatson-West Chapel, where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to the new St. Mary's Hospital, the family said. MRS. JESSIE FREESE Mrs. Jessie Freese, formerly of Galesburg, died Sunday at Sacramento, Calif. Funeral services are pending at Hinch liff*Pearsoft-We9t Chapel. MRS. MARY J. CROOKS Mrs. Mary Jane (Jennie) Crooks, 99, of 95 Phillips St., died Sunday at 9:45 p.m. at the Knox County Nursing Home. She was born June 30, 1874, in Roseville, and married John Crooks there on Sept. 14, 1894. He died in 1921. She was la member of First United Methodist. Church. Surviving is a daughter-irf- law, Mrs. Martha Grbdks, Galesburg. . ~> • Funeral will be Wednesday at- 3:30 "p.m. at.'HinchhtfPear­ son-West Chapel. Burial will be at Limvood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. MRS. MYRTLE SEIGWORTH DUNEDIN, Fla. - Mrs. Myrtle Seigwofth, 83, of Dunedin, formerly of Stronghurst, 111., died Sunday at 11 a.m. at Dunedin Hospital. The former Myrtle Cherry was born* Jan. 9, 1890, in Missouri, and married George Seigworth on March 20, 1913. She was a member of the Stronghurst United Methodist Church and the Stronghurst Eastern Star lodge. Surviving 'are her husband and nieces and nephews. Funeral services are nending at Fiedler Funeral Home, Stronghurst. Mrs. Athol (Mary)Odell, Gales burg; a sister, Mrs. C. o. Jacoby, Burlington, and two grand children. Funeral will be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Burial will be at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Burlington; There will be no visitation. Memorials 1 may be made to the Galesburg Regional Red Cross Blood Center, the family said. DO. THURMAN ABINGDON - D. O. Thur man, 68, of Abingdon, died Sat urday at 11 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg. He was born Feb. 3, 1905, in Appleton, and married Louise Howe in 1934 in, Knoxville. He lived in Abingdon for over 30 years, and worked in trucking before being employed by But ler Manufacturing Co., Galesburg. Surviving are his widow; a son, Clarence of Abingdon; his mother, Mrs. Hattie .Gollehur, Galesburg; three sisters, Mrs. Theodore West and Mrs. Viola Hepker, both of Galesburg, and Mrs. Carl E. Miller, Abingdon, and two grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Foley.Mortu­ ary, with Rev. Donald Hogan; pastor of Abingdon Christian Church, officiating. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. ' There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. MRS. MAYME LAGAMARCINO Mrs. Mayme A. Lagamarcino, 89, of 1470 N. West St.. died Sunday at 9:25 .a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. s , The former Mayme Ley was born June 2,1884, in Burlington, Iowa; and married ^AngeloLaKa-i marcino there Dec. 28, 1909. He died in 1914. Mrs. Lagamarcino Was a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church and St. Paul's Church at Burlington. A former resident of Burlingtpn, she moved to Galesburg in 1966. Surviving are a daughter, Whatever the (Occasion wnx "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 34MU1 Mausoleums and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main Si '•alesburg. III. Phone 342.tft* HOSPITAL NOTES Qalesbura : R^[$tjfeMa,,i.lr <3Qle 'sbuffl> RAYMOND J. HOLMES ALEXIS — Raymond John. Holmes, 75, Alexis, died Sunday at midnight at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born July 8, 1898, in Galesburg, and married; Marcia Page oii Dec. 26,1927, in Alexis. He was educated in Galesburg and was graduated from Knox College in 1926. He had been instructed in coaching by Khute Rockne and coached at Roseville High School before coaching at United Township High School, East'Moline. He retired in 1963 after 33 years at East Moline. He was\a member of Alexis United ; P>esbyterian4^€ttJir^ and a Galesburg Masonic Lodge. /-' Surviving are his widow; a sister, Mrs. Bess Krohn, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Alexis United Presby- teriaq. Church with Rev., Richard Harken, pastor^ officiating. Burial will be at Alexis Cemetery. '-/. i7 -,'" : v ; Friends ^may 'call this evening at 1 the McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis. Memorials may be made to Alexis United. Presbyterian Church, the family said. e ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Mrs. Willie % Ortery, Abingdon Mrs. Debbie L. Dennis, Knoxville Mrs. Mary A. Watson, East Moline John M. Horaney, 243MadiMflSt. Carlos fi. Zimmerman, Canton Scott R. Mtfore, Williamsfield Mrs. Mavis L. Hopping, 121 Illinois Ave. Arthur W. Anderson, Galva Carl L. Taylor, • 1355 S. Kellogg St. Howard O. Morse, 173 Hawkinson Ave. Robert H. McAuley, 1149 McClure St. Mrs. Jacquelyn S. Mannon, ' Abingdon Mrs. Connie M. Payne, Monmouth DISMISSALS SATURDAY: James D. Monroe, Abingdon Mrs. O. Irene Purdy, LaHarpe Mrs, Ruth M. Sharp, -1340 Florence Ave. Burley T. Stoneking, Prairie City Mrs. Ruth E. Mustain, Williamsfield Mrs. Deborah Humphrey, 1148 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Betty D. Kniss, 903 Harrison St. Mrs. Nell N. Johnson, 258 E. Sanborn St. Mrs. Margaret E. Appell, Galva William C. Parker, Knoxville Mrs. Shirlee J. Damewood, Monmouth Mrs. Patricia A. Cooper, Avon Mrs. Shirley M. Harmison, Oneida t Mrs. Marie M. Van Dusen, Yates City Mrs. Pamela R. Blust, 1824 E. Main St. v Mrs. Roxie J. Moore, Monmouth Mrs.' Genevieve E. Watts, ; 419 W. Knox St. Gary R. Barnes, 1317 N. Kellogg St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Shirley A. Bailey, Cameron >, Deborah A. Boynton, Victoria Willard Holland Davies, 616 W. South St. Mrs. Vickie L. Dillin, 280 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Martha J. Hudson, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. M. Joyce Johnson, Galesburg Route 3 Jennifer L. Korachgen, ,4520 Monmouth Bh>df V • Mrs. Bertha G. Lyon, 1042 Monroe St. Mrs. Christa M. Mahaffey, North Henderson Mrs. Claudy V. Moger, 791E. North St. Mrs. Alta R. Mullen, 316 N. Broad St. Mrs. Nora A. Riley, MISS EDITH E. PETERSON GALVA - Miss Edith E. Peterson, 94, of near Gailva, died Sunday at 1:45 p.in. ait Leisure Hills Health Center, Kewanee. She was bom Aug. 6, 1878, near Galva. She was graduated from Gailva High School and taught in the Gaiva area/She was a clerk for the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington,. D.C., for over 50 years, and was a,member of the Capitol Hill Methodist Church there. Surviving are a brother, W. H. Peterson of near Galva, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at Hinchliff- • FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 GALESBURQ MRS. MAYME A. LAGAMARCINO - 1470 N. West St.- Services 9:30 A.M. Tuesday at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. There will be no visitation. Burial at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Burlington, Iowa. Memorials may be made to the Galesburg Regional Red Cross Blood Center. MRS. HOWARD E. MOWER ~^l591 N. Prairie. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Friends may call Tuesday evening at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Rosery will be recited at 8 P.M. Burial at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Memorials may be made to St. Mary's Hospital. MR. DONALD J. DEETS - 475 N. Plaejant Ave. Services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the Chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorials Gardens. MRS. JENNIE CROOKS — 95 Phillips St. Services 3:30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Limvood Cemetery. MRS. JESSIE FREESE - Sacramento, California, formerly of Galesburg. Services to be arranged. 1328 Florence Ave. P. Edd Royef, Industry Mrs. Sharon K. Treadway, Smithfield Miss Patricia E. White, 385 S. Whitesboro St. Jeffrey J. Wilier, Galva Mrs. Mary Lou Williams, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Judy A. Simpson, Abingdon Mrs. Eva C. Cook, 880 Washington Ave. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Lisa L. Atwater, 1240 N. Academy St. Carlos B. Zimmerman, Canton Mrs. Dorothy L. Boone, Knoxville Mrs. Willie W. Ortery, Abingdon Mrs. Beverly L. Reeverts, Colchester Barry T. Lytic, Galesburg Route 2 John M. Horaney, , 243 Madison St. Dale L. West, Pekin Alma M. Hanley, Victoria Ivan L. Burkhalter, Cameron Mrs. Mary M. Mackey, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Lois E. Winkler, Rio Mrs. Reba M. Young, Galesburg Route 4 1:30 pm at Johnson-GiU-Schu- ster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. James Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, Gail­ va, cfifiiriaitkig. Burial will be at Saxon Cemetery near Toulon. There will be. no visitation. LILLIAN O. WHITING ALTONA - Mrs. Lillian O. Whiting, 87, formerly of Altona, died today at 1:12 a.m. at the Americana Nursing Center, Galesburg. She was born March 5, 1886, in Altona, and spent most of her life in the Galesburg and Altona communities. She was a former schoolteacher- in Altona. She also was a member of First United Methodist Church, Galesburg. She married Harry S. Whiting in Altona in 1911. He (Hied in 1957. ' Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Lucille) McMaster cf near Altona; a brother, Gleri O. Wenstrom, Minneapolis, Minn.; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral .Horns, Oneida. Burial will be in Oneida Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, Galesburg, or the United Church of Altona, the family said. MRS. RAY LYDDON Mrs. Ray (Goldie) Lyddon, 73, of 744 Ella St., died Saturday at 10 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Goldie Swigert was born March 21, 1900, in Galesburg, and married Ray Lyddon here April 3, 1921. Surviving are her husband and a sister, Mrs. Gwendolyn Osborne, East Galesburg. . Funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Raymond Marquith, pastor of East Galesburg , Community Church, officiating. Burial will be at Memojial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the funeral home. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Forrest E. Bates, Abingdon Mrs. Jeanne A. Brown, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Meridy Oochran,, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Nora E. Linderholm, 81 Bandy Ave. Mrs. Grace B. Lovitt, 162 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Linda L. Myers, Avon William R Nelson, 384 S. Seminary St. Deloss O. Thurman, Abingdon DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Clifford C. Hiffl, 1428 N. Prairfe St. •» Mst. Robert W. Schisler, London Mills Dale May, 2265 N. Seminary St. Mrs. LeAnne G. Gross, Altona Mrs. Victoria Eubanks,' 136 Maple Ave; Mrs. Elsie R. Goudeau, 979 Mulberry St. John H. Varoer, Prairie City Mrs. Betty J. Riggs, 177 Illinois Ave. ? Mrs. Garnat M. Hbrnbaker, Prairie City Chad C. Landers,, Oneida Fhillip J. Bivens, Avon Mike Howerton, ^ > Galesburg Route 4 ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Rudy G. Almaguer, Monmouth Miss Donna Berg, Oneida Brett E. Bennett, Kewanee Norval Daley, Avon * Mrs. Maxine M. Head, Berwick Paul L. Kimler, Abingdon Mrs. Alice C. Morris, Oneida Miss Debra A. McVey, 841 E. Davis St. Miss Roselyn M. McKie, 358 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Faye L. Morhead, Moon Towers Richard W. Munson, East Galesburg Mrs. Sharon K. Nelson, 1492 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Lillian L. Riggle, 6 Chesthut St. Mrs. Ada B. Weir,' 2660 Springer Rd. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Robert L. Nichols, 703 Michigan Ave. Arron L. Malcolm, 515 Phillips St. Daniel Bridson, Laura Joseph B. Cancino, 1474 N. Seminary St. Emery W. Jones, Roseville Leslie C. Ralston, Gerlaw Mrs. Janice A. Lacey, Monmouth ' John C. Balnter, 670 W. South St. Another(Continued from page 3) across the road and up into the woods." Slain One of the boys was forced to tie his companions to trees so they could not see one another, Gillespie said. Then the gunman stabbed one, Phil Domblewski, 18, of Schenectady, N.Y., in the chest. The other campers were: Nicholas S. Fiorilla, 20, and David K. Freeman, 19, both of Schenectady; and Carol Ann Malinowski, 23, of Amsterdam, N.Y. State troopers said they did not know which of the young men was held hostage and which escaped. Miss Malinowski and the other camper freed themselves and hitchhiked to Speculator to call police. Gillespie said the gunman took his hostage to a car, but the youth soon broke free. The Truffle Accident! Mariana E. Varcas, 57, 732 S. West St., was in fair condition today at St. Mary's Hospital after she was hurt Sunday about ll:35 a.m. when her car was hit by one driven by a 20-year olid Galesburg youth who was j fleeing police. The Varcas vehicle was reportedly struck by a car driven by Rodney Murray, 1481 Lindsey Lane, as Murray raced east on West Brooks Street pursued by a police patrol car. Police said they chased Murray to the scene of the accident from the 1000 block of Monmouth Boulevard. Murray reportedly reached speeds over 60 mph before he skidded through a stop sign and crashed broadside into the Varcas vehicle. He was not hurt Both autos were demolished. The injured woman was driv ing north on South Academy Street, police said. Murray's car skidded more than 40 feet before the crash and another 105 feet before coming to rest' in a terrace. The Varcas vehicle Was pushed into a nearby lawn. Murray was booked for reck less driving and disobeying i stop signal. Robert A. Hutchison, 17, 777 Jefferson St., was treated at Cottage Hospital Saturday after his car was forced off the pave rricnt about IB:40 p.m. near the U.S. 34 exit ramp on North Henderson Street by an un identified vehicle. Witnesses said the other driver appeared to intentionally force Hutchi son's car out of control. Kevin E. Thurman, 22 Beardstown, was cited for a lane violation after his car was volved in a colMsion with a pick up driven by Rodney R. Bryan 30, 221 Blaine Ave., Saturday at 12:27 p.m. at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Brooks Street. Billie J. Switzcr, 20. Williams field, was cited for failing to rc ducc speed to avoid an accident after the Switzer car hit the 'jack of one driven by William J. Hentze, 26, Greenville. The mishao' occurred at the corner of Main and Farnham streets Sunday about lb: 30 p.m. A Das ?enier in the Hentze car, Ellen Hentze,; was taken to Cottage Hosoital for treatment. No tickets were issued after mishap, Saturday at 2:34 p.m at the corner of Henderson and Main streets when a car driven by Vincent E. Maciel, 18, 344 Lombard St., hit the back of one driven by Jeffrey C. Childers, 16, 1462 Webster St. Elizabeth I. Regula, 40, 1232 Frank St., was cited for failing to yield the right of way after her car was hit by one driven by Julia B. Achey, 22, Des Plaines, Saturday at 4:11 p.m. at the intersection of Hawkinson Avenue and Frank Street. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Gladys E. Little, 68, Monmouth, Sunday after her car struck the back of one driven by Darrel D. Schoonover, 43, of near Galesburg. The mishap occurred at the intersection of U.S. 34 and Pickard Road at 2:48 p.m. A car driven by Susan P. Shea, 16, 1228 W. Losey St., struck the back of one/driven by Thomas E. Boyd, 20, 1067 E. North St., Sunday at 3:50 p.m. then was hit in the back by an auto operated by Edward W. Brazec, 17, Oneida. The collisions .occurred at the corner of Mainand Walnut streets. There were no charges. The corner of Kellogg and Ferris streets was the scene of a mishap Sunday at 3:59 p.m. when a car driven by Dale L. Coon, 39, 1181 Arcadia Dr., hit one operated by Betty J. Derry, 45, 246 E. Fifth St. Betty Derry was cited for failing to yield the right of way. Lillian A. Hanson, 54, 1173T W. Main St., was treated at St. Mary's Hospital Sunday after the car in which she was a passenger, driven by her husband, Arvey W. Hanson, 66, struck a parked auto owned by Fred D. Schoultz, 195 Hawkinson Ave. The mishap occurred at 6:22 ).m. in front of the Shoultz lome. Mrs. Hanson apparently )ecame ill which distracted her husband and resulted in the accident. She was not admitted. vehicle. He toM police he saw another car approaching in the passing lane, applied his brakes and swerved off the road. The ruck overturned in a ditch. Wayne Wilson, 38, of near Monmouth, escaped injury Saturday at 11:45 p.m. when the truck he was driving struck and killed an Angus bull on a covuv y road two miles south of Berwick. Wilson was southbound when the bull ran into the path of the truck.' Minor injuries were sustained by three people in a 2-car acci dent Sunday about 4:40 p.m. on the Raritan blacktop about four miles west of Raritan. Martin Gaylord, 16, Macomb, was taken to McDoiToogh District Hospital, Macomb. The driver of the other car, Russoll Johnson, 59, Roseville, and his wife, Mrs! Bertha Johnston, 55, were treated at Community Memorial Hospital. Gaylord was driving west and attempting to make a U-turn when he reportedly drove into the path of the westbound Johnston auto. No charges were made, but the state police say the accident is still under investigation. Cars driven by Kirk Neally, 8, Burlington, Iowa, and Mrs. Alice Kobler, 65, Bushnell, col- "ided Saturday at 3:10 p.m. at the south junction -of U. S. 67 and U. S. 34. Neally was charged with failure to yield right of way. Neally was driving his car west on U. S. 34 When he reportedly drove into the path of the Kobler auto, which was southbound on U. S. 67. The corner of A Street and Detroit Avenue was the scene of a 2-car accident Saturday at 11:20 a.m. Larry E.' Powell, 20, 208 N. B St., was driving south on A Street and Raymond E. Beardon, 63, 628 N. Second St., was eastbound on Detroit Avenue when the vehicles collided. Powell was charged with failure to yield right of way. Cars driven by Mrs. Winifred I. Johnson, 46, Kirkwood, and Mrs. Rose M. Dennis, 42, Preemption, were involved in an accident Saturday at 12:52 p.m. at the corner of North Main Street and Franklin Avenue Mrs. Dennis drove her car from the. Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant onto Main Street and struck the northbound auto driven by Mrs. Winifred I. John son. Mrs. Dennis told police her vision Was impaired by a truck parked in front of tha restaurant. The driver of tlie truck, Jessie Fussell, 34, Jacksonville, Fla., was charged with improper parking. Arrcsfo Cffydo Edward. Oharles, 30, 487 S. Chlinhers St., was arrestr ed by Galesburg poftice Sunday for battery stemming from an altercation he was involved n with another Galesburg man the day before. Charles was taken into custody about 2 p.m. near the corner of Academy Street and Monmouth Boulevard. James L. Adams, 24, 1018 S. Cedar St., and his wife, Mary Adams, 21, East Gailesburg, were bath arrested Saturday at 4:58 p.m. for disorderly conduct after they bcoairne involved in an argument at the home of a Gaitestourg woman. Robert E. Purchase, 23, 556 N. Seminary St., was arrested Sunday shortly before 4 a.m. near his home after an argument with his wife escalated into violence. Purchase and a third man who interceded were both treated at Cottage Hospital. Purchase was cited for disorderly conduct. MONMOUTH - William D. Young, 17, 1018 S. Main St., was changed Saturday at 11:30 p.m. with disorderlly conduct. Traffic Court KNOX COUNTY. - Twelve persons were fined Saturday in the Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court on charges of speeding. Fined were Emil G. Schaeff- hold, 58, Wcstville, $16; Sharon L. Blass, 34, Oneida, $10; Karen L. Jones, 24, Kirkwood, $10; Gerald W. DcLap, 21, Metamora, $10; James E. Spink, 46, Peoria, $10.20; Charles A. Phillips, 20, Rock Island, $11; James H. Lowber, 30, Louisville, Ky., $11; Sherman W. Brown III, 36, 1591 N. Cherry St., $15; Melvin E. Matthews, 18, Knoxville, $10; Gary D. Hoffman, 20,1103 Clark St., $20, and G. Irene Rapp, 64, Morton, $12. Lorctta J. Barton, 24, New Windsor, and Vicky A. Denton, 21, Alexis, were each fined $10 for failure to yield the right of way. Michele S. Bailey, 19, 1366 Clark St., was fined $10 for disobeying a red traffic signal, and William A. Marshall, 18, Altona, was fined $10 for disobeying a stop sign. Gary L. Taylor, 17, Avon, was fined $10 for improper lane usage, and Margo L. Beard, 19, Moline, was fined $10 for passing in a no-passing zone. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Rodney R. Dennis, Knoxville, a girl Saturday at 3:56 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hopping, 121 Illinois Ave., a girJ Saturday at 8:06 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Payne, Monmouth; a boy Sunday at 1:11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight E. Mannon, Abingdon, a boy Sunday at 9:18 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David K. Wexell, Bishop Hill, a boy Sunday at 4:40 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Hudson, of near Galesburg, a boy today at 2:28 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis A. Cook, 880 Washington Ave., a girt today at 5:33 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, of near Galesburg, a boy Saturday at 1:02 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, 1492 S. Seminary St., a boy Sunday at 8:28 p.m. NOTICE The Village of Williamsfield is accepting any and all Bids for removal of the Town Hall Building from property in Village of Williamsfield by January 1, 1974. Bids to be in to Village Clerk no later than August 4, 1973. Bids will be opened at regular Village Board Meeting August 4, 1973. Village Clerk Marie Secrist 7 /24-25 MONMOUTH-Everett Head, 44, Berwick, was charged with improper, passing after he wrecked a new pickup he was driving Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Head and two passengers, Bill Head, 18, and Maxine Head, 36, were taken to St. Mary's Hcs- pital, Galesburg, for treatment of what state police described man was last seen driving off j as minor injuries on a logging road. State police used small planes and helicopters to search for the killer in the forest preserve. Head was driving south on the blacktop about two miles south of Alexis when he attempted to overtake an unidentified 2T READ THE WANT ADS! THE \ n 'ft* FINEST IN y c FLORAL Q | TRIBUTES R K Don's | % Flower Shop k O 56 KII.ION O z^tb Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Five divorces have been granted in Knox County Circuit Court on complaints of mental cruelty. Julia McGahey was divorced from Richard McGahey. They were Married Dec. 23, 1972, and had no children. Mrs. McGahey was allowed to resume her maiden name, Julia Diana McMillan. Kathy Ann Condon was granted a divorce from Raymon Patrick Condon. They were married Sept. 13, 1969 and had two children. The court termed both parents fit for custody and awarded custody to the mother. Hazel A. Lynch was granted a divorce from Larry J. Lynch. They were married April 8, 1967, and had one child. The mother was awarded custody. Linda Jean German was granted a divorce from Edward Joe German. They were married Jan. 11, 1964, and had three children. Custody was awarded to the mother. Rebecca Sue Sloan was granted a divorce from John Mac Sloan. They were married May 29, 1971, and had one child. The mother was awarded custody. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Nancy (Wilcoxen) Wasson and William S. Matejewski, both of Canton. Patricia Marie Teval, 441 G r e e n 1 e a f St., and Andrew James Varncr, of near Galesburg. Kathleen J. Kilpatrick, 766 Arnold St., and Stephen J. Wagher, 766 Arnold St. /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAV [

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