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Galesburg, Illinois
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS. JESSIE SIEGWORTH Mrs. Jertie Siegworth, 78, of Hudson, formerly of GUson, died Sunday it Brokaw Hospital, Normal She wis born in Orange Township, Knox County, Oct. 11,1995. She married Fred W. Siegworth on Aug. IS, 1928, in Canton. He died in 1970. Surviving are a son, Harold of Renton, Wash.; three stepsons, Wayne of Harrington, Wyverne of La Puente, Calif., and Loren of Normal, and a brother, Curtis McCoy, Gilson. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6-9 p .m. at the Beck Funeral Home, Blooming ton. Funeral will be at Hudson Baptist Church Wednesday at 2 p.m. The family said memorials may be made to Hudson Baptist Church. aid Graham, all of Bushnell; six; step-daughters, Mrs. Alma Serven, Prairie City, Mrs. Mary Yocum, Gary, Ind., Mrs. Nellie Haffnef, BushneU, Mrs. Karen Engteti, Prairie City, and Ruth and Dorothy Graham, both at home; a sister, Mrs. Sarah Daniels, East Moline; a brother George Havens, Kelso, Wash.; 46 grandchildren, 12 step-grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. 4-9 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. The casket will be open for two hours before services at Lynn Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. MRS. MARIE IT SCHADE PEORIA - Mrs. Marie E. Schade, 73, of Peoria, formerly of Elmwood, died Saturday at 2 p.m. at Peoria Methodist Hos- Mrs. Merle Bryant and Mrs. Vern (Ruth) Holmes, both of Oneida, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at (he Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. Masonic Services wpl be Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be at Oneida Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Greig Memorial Library, Oneida, the family said. MRS. AUCF T L T HOWVER MONMOUTH — Mrs. Alice L. Howver, 75, of 1224 E. Broadway, died today at 9 a.m. The former Alice Anderson Golesburo Register-Moil, Golesburg, III HOSPITAL NOTES Monday, Aug. 6, 1 97$ 13 was bom Oct. 2, 1897, in War-j ren County. She was reared in Funeral will be Wednesday at P 1 ^- , u . . . 'Lenox Township, and attend ru- 1:30 p.m. at Bushnell United' The former Mane Corbett was ira j Monmouth High Methodist Church. Burial williborn June 17, 1900, at Elmwood, be at Marietta Cemetery. i and married Roy Dunton. He Friends may call Tuesday after 1 p.m., and visitation with the family will be Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Martin-HoUis Funeral Home, BushneU. EARL W. PULVER Earl W. Pulver, 80, of 766 Jefferson St., died at noon Sunday at Cottage Hospital. He was born at Fulton on March 23, 1893, He married Lucy R. Fowler here Dec. 31, 1926. She survives with a nephew, Lt. Col. Robert Wright, serving with the U.S. Air Force in Saudi Arabia. He was a pipeliner for Stand ard Oil Co. of Indiana for 23Jlius W years, retiring in 1958. He was a World War I veteran and .a member of the VFW and Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial will be at Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Emmanuel United Methodist Church building fund, the family said. MRS. WAYNE ROSENE KNOXV1LLE - Funeral for Mrs. Wayne (Jane) Rosene, 55, Knoxville, who died last Tuesday at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg, was Friday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Raymond preceded her in death. She mar ried Carl H. Schade on April 3, 1943, in Palmyra, Mo. He died in October 1972. Mrs. Schade was a resident of the Elmwood area for over 50 years. Surviving are a son, Ronald Dunton, Peoria; a stepson, Carl E. Schade, Bushnell; a sister, Mrs. Bernice Emerick, Brimfield, three grandchildren and nine step-grandchildren School She married Glenn Howver on March 17, 1921, in Lenox Township. He died in July 1971. They lived in Warren County and retired at their home on East Broadway a few years ago. She was a member of Fairview Center United Methodist Church and Hs Esther Circle. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Audrey) Sprout, Monmouth; a son, Keith Howver, Monmouth; eight grand;children and cne great-grand- i M " • A 1 11 1 II • J.lVli. , Funeral will be Tuesday at R. Marquith, pastor of East;i p . m . at Patterson Funeral^"; two "brothers, 'Arthi? An-! Galesburg Community Church.; H ome, Elmwood, with Rev. dawn, Monmouth, and Frank! otnciating. [Robert Martin, pastor of Elm- Anderson Rio Linda Calif i"f . Burial was at Knoxville wood Umted Memo dist Church, £I^Wew M «Geo7 e e M f vyn •! SU?Vens Cemetery. P^wm^ Burial will be at sfiBilSd Mrs Har -i J? 0 ^ Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Wtiltem E. Stage, m N. West St. Miss Deborah D. Dodson, New Windsor Mrs. Barrie A. Bair, 337 North St. Henry Boston, 867 Indiana Ave Mrs. Margaret J. Swank, Moon Towers Mrs. Doris G. Sherman, Yates City Mrs. Bonnie J. Nashmd, Altona James W. Anderson, Galva Mrs. Cathie K. Ansehni, 289 W. Main St. Mrs. Mary E. Shaw, 815 N. Cherry St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Timothy J. Mackey, 421 Monmouth Blvd. Calvin Lee Mathers, til E. Knox St. Mrs. Iris I. Hmm, Ketthsburg Miss JuMe C. Brown, 1097 W tLuaJd^ tit • 1UIIUU ol* Mrs. Atta R. Mutten, 316 N. Broad St Mrs. Mary Lou WMttams, Galesburg Routt 3 Mrs. Petri A. Lincoln, Rosevite Mrs. Gladys E. George, Box 1076 Blanche A. Butterfceid, Colchester Jimmy L. Heck. Rio Richard T. Goff Gerald Cari-jEimwo ^'c ^etery. , y (LuciHe) Gib5on 5oa , ^^l 1 ^^^ Visitation wUl b? today from tMlr^um^ ' Yemm, Wendell Farns and Ju-, 7 . 9 p _ m> at tne funeral nome ARTHUR W. FISHER ROSEVILLE — Funeral for Arthur W. Fisher, 87, of Roseville, who died Wednesday at the Americana Nursing Center, Galesburg, was Sunday at 1 p.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, with Rev. Phillip Merritt, pastor of Rose- vi\le United Methodist Church, officiating Burial was at Olive Cemetery near Greenbush. Pallbearers IMrs. Mary E. Okon, Gilson 01 Mrs. D. DeEtta Fisher, Knoxville Block. Honorary pay- bearers were Dean Simkins. Hughes, Warren E. WiUiams,i H °mer, 80, former road com Richard McKillip and A. T. Me- Master. GUY H. HOMER PRAIRIE CITY i-??? ^^11^ ^JM». L3ta Wise, Canton !1:30 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral!iv,.^ n n /•> . H. x.uu <„. ^.wui rul f*!)aviii C. Green, Oquawka Heme, Monmouta. Rev. John )Ty A m ^ E Main S-anley, p a at or of Ya^^ Rdbert R Wotf 793 N ; Center Unated Methodist- Pr^ e st. missioner for Lee County, died Church, will officiate. BurialjMaurice T. Alexander. Geneseo 'Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at his home. iWil be in Warren County Ms- William E Mrasek 1701 Memorials may be made to! He was born Feb. 7 1893, Jn ; mxiaJ1 Park Cemete^. Friendsj ^ CL St Mary's Hospital building;Fulton County. A veteran of;may call at tfe funeral home iJames c . Warrensford, f^nd the^family Sid iWorld War I, he married Effie{Tuesday_ and Wednesday until, KnoxvH , e y Jennings on Sept. 20, 1921, in; the service Memorials may ^Charles W. Lazaro, Chicago Havana. iJ^H.^lJ?^ 6 * Allen Winters. LaHarpe Surviving are his widow; a;Uru*ed Metho&st Church, tae ;Howard c Y oung, Prairie City daughter, Mrs. Melba Woiber, I fa W ST­ ERNEST L. PIERSON KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Ernest L. Pierson, 65, of Knoxville; who died last Wednesday] at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg, was Saturday- at 2 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knox- vUle, with ReV. Lloyd Kittlaus, pastor of Grace : Lutheran Church, Knoxville,.officiating. Burial was at ' Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers w e r e Gerald Glore, Forrest Hammerlund, William Klump, Herman England, Paul Block and Rus sell Martin. Manley, Iowa; a brother, Riley pi Abingdon; a sister, Idrs. Mary Sweeney, Bushnell, two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Canton.' WALTER MORGAN , , , WILLIAMSFIELD - Funeral . Memorials may be made to for Walter Morgan, 60, of Da Grace Lutheran Church, the hinda, who died last Thursday family said. I at st Mary's Hospital, Galesburg, was Saturday at 1:30 p.m. were David Demick, John Johanson, Lawrence Smith, How- GEORGE HAMMAN , - c phM(:tpr C hxr*>\ ard Bvcroft John Selt and Phil LONDON MILLS - Funeral i a \ Johnson-GiU-Schuster Chapel Burrm. ifor George Hamman, 84, ati™K*Z:*^.**te.'.F£* !London Mills who died last! iof Dahinda United Methodist ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: PAUL L. GREEN iMiss Kathryn A. Adams, Oneida GLADSTONE—Paul L. Green, 1 Mrs. Ronda S.'Burkett, 58,''-died Saturday at 3:50 p.m. Blandinsviile . at BurEngton Memoriai Hospi-<Mrs. Shirley Marie DeLost, tai's Eastman Unit, where he 1 Cuba had been a patient for the past Mrs. Sara A. Hatch, 105 month. j Michigan Ave. He was bom Oct. 10, 1914, in;Mrs. Vicryl M. Humphrey, Orion Gladstone, and married Eda David R. Johnson, Victoria Keller on Dec. 17, 1930, in Mon-Mrs. Grace E. KeH, 189 mouth, who survives. Also sux.-;. Indiana Ave. - . -~- viving is a sister, Mrs. Alice: W'iliam L. lihdberg, 512 Taacngten, Museatfns, Iowa., j Philips St. Mr. Green served on the Glad-j Mrs. Shirley Ann Lusk, stone Village Board of Trus-; Monmauth tees for 24 yeans, and was a$eo Dean A. Nelson, 1302 N. employed at the ordnance plant; Seminary St. in Burlington for 24 years. He j Mrs. Beverfy A. Pari*, was a meenber of the Oquawka' Monmouth Masonic Lodge 1023 and was alBreri H. Peterson, Alexis charter member of the GJad- Therese R. Rankin, Alexis s!one Lions (Sub. Mrs. Orofyn F. Rogers, Funeral w£i bs Tuesday at 2 1783 Baecher Ave. St. MaryV ADMISStONS SATURDAY: Willis AJennder Sr., 494 S. Henderson St. Edward D. Mackey, 618 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Wilms Biggen, Laura Mrs. Edna R. Tenhaaf, 3255 Morningside Dr. Samuel S. Westfall, Galesburg Route 4 Robert R. Wilson, 768 Abingdon St. DISMM4LS SATURDAY: Mrs. Virginia R. Trione, 1150 Russell Ave. Mrs. Madge Bright, Knoxville Mrs. Wanona Fye. Oneida Mrs. Nora Van Duscn, Knoxville Gilbert W. Coon, 1181 Arcadia Dr. Mrs; Helen L. Jones, 2401 N,. Broad St. Miss Kathryn Cooper, 274 Garfield Ave. Mrs. Ethel Severns, Marion Miss Charmalne Weyrens, 249 Park Lane Dr. Malcolm Robertson, 1717 Harrison St. Mrs. Audrey I. Shaw, 74 S. West St ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Everett W. Baker, Maquon Mrs. .Virginia M. Colbert, 333 Ohio Ave. Robert E. Harvey, Moline Marcos Interial, 1095 S. Academy St. Mrs. Elva Jones, Abingdon Arthur E. Kalp, Laura Mrs. Mary L. Johnson, Box 656 • Robert M. McCommons, Mobile City Mrs. Patricia L. Smith, BushneU DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. OnaLee N. Coffey, Galva • Forest M. Bates, Abingdon Rickie A. Wilson, Monmouth Mrs. Janet E. Greenlief, Avon Carl H. Baughman, 227 8. Academy St. Miss Sylvia Campbell, Rock Island Mrs. Marcia McCIure, Galesburg Route 3 Carl L. Neal, 1273 S. Pearl St. Mrs. Marieve Bradbury, Abingdon Eugene Stambaugh, Abingdon iRudy G. Almaguer, Monmouth Mrs. Virginia K. Stroud, 1074 E. South St. Today's Record Arrests Traffic Court Four Mexicans were taken Four persons psM speeding 12? SS!?L!miSn?JSSS!a Utm ***** * TrafM Divi- brg police for illegally entering. . . v * M the U.S. after an alleged stab- S10t « Knot C*** bing incident where they were staying at 979 W. Brooks St. Additional charges of aggravated battery were filed against two of the men. Charged after they reportedly Court Marion R. Williams, 38, Tamms, paid £0. Fined were E. Jean Wilson, 36, Gene Thomas Roth, 43, dak, Iowa, and Carkne B. Col- stabbed and robbed a ^ycat -! u ^J ^8 E . Fourtt St? old Galesburg youth were Oscar; Michael L. Cadweil, 2 ;Gu- H. Moreno. 25. and Eliseo P.j!?"-^ if 3 " E Urias, 21. Moreno was booked f- Mam St, were fined |J0 for ifor armed robbery, others fa ' 1 ^ .toj^uw speed toHivoid charged with the immigraUon^"^^ 0 ^- •*•» offence were Catallno C. Gutier-;. O^ecs fmed $10 ™ Tftxnas rez, 19, and Valente O. Olivas .'J; Swanson, 21, 830 W.gteey 27. They were taken into cus-«* oe * ,v « lacx 1rSS m J tody Sunday about 7 a .m. at the 1 J"« M . McF «5' J^JX** 3 * Brooks Street address. i^'w",!^^,,^ W^i _ |and Malcolm D. Wilson, % 444 Paul Allen Abbott, 19, 498i N - Academy St, drivaif-with Monmouth Blvd., was arrested! u,Kafe Dres Sunday at 6:52 p.m. for Illegal) ^^...^Ja consumpUon of Uquor and re- j _ HENDERSON COUNTS Ernest J. Cooper, 44, Oquawka, was fined $300 last week in traffic Court in Oquawka for driv- WILLIAM HAVENS IThursday at Galesburg Cottage ch g™ h *< °!f,fW 'wiUiamsfieid MARIETTA—William Havens, Hospital, was today at 1:30 p.m. f^ff-Trai^ 66, of Marietta, died Sunday at; at London Mills United Metho- p ^n ^i ^saiT Bob H 0 ward •; m -2 ^S n ° UghDlStnCt S St ChU « h - . With ReV - DaVld iBamev Ott. Bill Hale. Darreiip .ni. at Gladstone United 'Mefe -Lsster C. Stothart. Oneida Hospital, Mfoomn- Hutton officiating. 'oiist C TUK^I, with Rev. Tom Denis I. Smith, WiUiamsfdeld He was born June 20, mi, m. Burial was at Abingdon Ceme- . i Brown aSSaatine Burial wiU be Je-v L Wiiyanu 153 E McDonough County, and mar- tery . Pa lV)earers were Harold jM RS. ALTA GOODEN iuTSaSSne^MSn^ ried Vada Postin on Feb. 10,, Essland( G lenn Essland, Fereej MONMOUTH - Funeral for,i_^_ North St. SchlM9?0^maSed SiT""^ 11 ?^ We tf AteG «^. * « ^ Biibrey on May 28, 1972, in Paulsgrove and ^ r e ^ formerly of Kirkwood, who died Marietta. Brown - jSaturday in Peoria, will be Tues-;: Mr. Havens was Marietta A. EUGENE WILSON town marshall for 20 years, and, .FARMINGTON — A. Eugene worked as a truck driver forlwilson, 70, of Farmington, died I ^ ' ^I'^.jr^r.ZJ ' 'n^T' j n , construction companies. He was j Saturday at 9:30 p.m. at Gra- T v™^™ V^ted Preshy- p ro Kp n f T pY „ B a member of Marietta Chapel, ham Hospital, Canton. \ ^ lU . fl »« te - lt !""™PJ? leXaS Surviving are his widow; five He was born Jan 24 1903 at' BunaJ will be in Monmouth C\\\\A ConiM** services wiU be tod^y at 7:30 DonsW J. Johnscn, 1640 p .m.' at the .Sederwaa Chapel,; Summit St. BiggsvrJle. sisting a police officer. He wasj picked up at the Santa Fe Railway depot. Charged with disorderly con-png while intoxicated. Raymond duct were Robert E. Welsh, 43, 1 E. Link, 17, Oquawka, forfeit- no address available, who was; cd a $25 bond for failing „to retaken into custody Saturday at port an accident. 10:17 a.m.; Danny.L. Bowman,! Danny Dean White. 17r*Burl- 25, 101 Duffield Ave., who wasjhigton. was fined $15 on a'stick- arrested following a disturbance Jer vioiation. Joseph H. Creigh- about midnight Sunday at hisi^n III. 19. Monmouth, paid $13 residence, and Coy D. Smith,'for speeding. Pined $10 were 43. Kenton, Ohio, who was John H. Shoemaker, 45, Dallas charged with being drunk Sun- City, passing violation; Howard day on the Public Square. ;T. Shaw, 37, Dallas C«y; too last for conditions: Donald W T- #«~ i nn Moni. Sandifcr, 20, Blakesburg, Iowa. Traffic Accidents parking violation; Robert S. Ma- Three members of a Gales- \c my> 23, speeding: William E burg family were treated at Cot- Doran, 18, Carman, too fast for tage Hospital Saturday after a conditions, and Darrel L. Wat- 2-car accident at the corner-of son, 20, Lomax, failing io re- Henderson and Dayton streets. d ucc to avoid m acCft j en( Injured were Michael R. Barrett, 10, and his 3-year-old brothers, Duane and Darren. They rirr I/ills were riding in a car driven by Galesburg firefighters were Marion L. Barrett, 31. 1638 called to 124 Indiana Ave. Sun- Bateman St., when it was hit day at 6:35 p.m. when a fire iby one operated by Linda L. resulted after a pan on a stove iMundy, 17, Vandalla. The mis- overheated. Loss was light. I hap occurred at 1:39 p.m. Mar- No damage reports were Hon Barrett was cited for fail- available today after firemen ling to yield the right of way. extinguished a blaze in a car S A ticket for failing to yield Sunday shortly after 4 p»m. ai 'the right of way was issued to Lake Storey. The car was own- Catherine S. Stevens. 31. 103 N. ed by Kenny Carlson, KeWanee. Elm St., Saturday after her car; Firefighters mopped up spill- was hit by one driven by Philip ed gasoline Sunday at 3:40 p.m. C. Theobald, 52,Lake#Brackcn.|at 899 Ohio Ave. The car was The mishap occurred in the 100 \ parked in a garage. There was block of East Ferris Street no fire, about 11:10 a.m. After the colli-, sion, Theobald's car hit one n: VO r«»P« Cr» n t*J owned by Roland E. Simokins J Jlxo ^ ces Granted 2im ChamteVTst., which was' divorces have .Been narked nearbv ) granted recently in Knox P TtlrSot Main and Sem-C?""^ Circuit Court on grounds inary streets was the scene of ; ofp J" en ^' cr ^ v - 1 T^.an accident Saturday at 5 p.m.j J^V c - E ^ank was gran , ^'when a car driven by Garry A .N ^ivorce from Susana K. lower,Sherwood. 19, Henderson, coUid-^ b «w- *Jarried at Austin, today in light trading on the'ed with the back of one oper-^- 0ct -. i117 ' 1970 « ,he cou P le ated by Kelvin M. Anderson, 16, had no children. ... _ —L :— u ,w„ Ko ^W! beveriy Tracy was granted a Dale at Market Drifts Lower. Light [Trading Day NEW YORK stock market (UPI) drifted New York Stock Exchange, ; reflecting lack of buying ! interest, and concern over the latest round of prime I increases. Just before noon, the Dow Altona. pushing it into the back! « -~ 2? °"l 'ir,^ Sowf Av^ Thev^er^ restriction violation. had two children. Custody of day at. 1:30 -p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth.j c ttt nyi. Dr. John C. Castle Jr.. pastor \°^ u 11 IWiUaKe of Prairie City, and Jim, Bob Hartley on Feb. 24, and Ronnie, all of Marietta; j Webster Grove, Mo. 1930, at' He had MISS A. GUMMERE Bushne'l attorney General William Scott Mrs. CarJa M. Sieppard •is expected to make on-the-spot Mccmcuth ' eight daughters, Mrs. Alicejbeen a Farmington resident for, LEWISTOWN - Funeral for ; inspections this week of several Mrs" D=r'<- C Sfcvnmn Head, Macomb, Mrs. BirUeWui-i^ yearS) and was employed^iss Antoinette (Tony) Gum- Texas institutions nUnois * Ya 4 f>tv ' ters, Camaaoto, N.Y.. Mrs by Midland Electric Coal Corp., mere ^, of I^wistown, who 4<Aadren allegedly have been M-s Daiav'B McMasters Shirley Buck, BushneU, ^.retiring in 1966. He was a mem- died last Tuesday in an aiiplane ! raistreated> SoBIoe afcPto- Yai «aty ^ of Blair United Presbyterian jcrashjn Boston, Maa^wjUhe:^. ffl Effland, Mrs. Wilrha Virig, Mrs. Norma| church and tne mted Mine iWtdnesday at 11 am. at Henry Thompson and Mrs. Benham, all w k { Km^i^ Memorial Home, Lewistown. of Marietta; four st^sons, Survivin ^ ^5^^ and Burial will be at Oak IU National Association Leroy, Robert, Larry and Don- a ^ ^ ^ Posl ,, thwait , Cem^Uw^town. ^ ^ ^Assoaation ^ ^ ^ Sparta. _ . frnm „. p n m at ^ {unera i She said Scott was scheduled K~- A spokeswoman said Scott St. Augustine JJJJJ was in Snow Mass, Colo., at- Mrs. Deborah Hoffman, 862 What «v«r tht ^•M &Occasian Mm ±J WILL <'SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists US N. BROAD Funeral will be Tuesday at 7 " 9 pm DISSMISSALS SUNDAY: i Jus t oeiore noon, me uaw; --^n^w »n» a »»... Mrs. Sandra L. Hactman 'jon-s industrial average lad ! A simUar misha P occurred children was given loathe 588 E Second drooDed 4^ to 9M% L™~\S™by al 3:41 P m - at 01(5 inter-'^cr. and child suppo* of ^^e^' 560 ^fu ^v^ SI , Ti^ ^ a^Lra >S A. Melton was gLt- •Mrs. Marsha E. Krepp, si ares through noon, compared | ta , it forwar d into one driven ™ child was Riven to^the wim 4.340,000 shares at thefbv William D. Tucker. 18. Kirk-mother, and child suppotf of :^* Fn J a y' wood. Jovce Nolz was also cited 80 a week was ordered by^ the iwemieth Century-Fox led for a speed restriction violation, court. The couple was marjied tne Big Board actives, un- at Kahoka, Mo., July 28. 1S63 ; changed at 8^ on 175.900 iv c»i J Richard A. Porter was grant- .^res .including a 175.200. j *!f\S!SSL „ ed a divorce from VirginiaiSue &iare block at 8*i. Levitz! CX)UNTY - Auce M. Porter, with custodv of fteir Furniture was second, also on A"** 1 ** ainflt WUUam E. Am- one child given to the fafter, .large block trading, up »i to 8tt cW > E - Purchase Thev were married at Mawr.b on 166,800 shares. The company again8t Sandra K P""*^- March 12, 1966 reported a 14.1 per cent rise in July sales. Bausch & Lomb was YJlieat Flltlll 'eS E. F;urth St. 2 p.m. at Lynn Funeral Home, Tilden. Burial will be at Coulter- LESTER C. STOTHART ville Cemetery, to meet with Texas Attorney Phi'^p E. Creek, Alexis Genera 1 , John Hill in Austin Ramon K. Fleisher, Maquon Friday to discuss the child mis- Charks S. Thees&sld, Alana ONEIDA - Lester C. Stothart, tre?£ment charges. Mr5( N - a A Rhey. 1328 Visitation will be today from fl, Oneida, died Sunday at 7:02j The spokeswoman said Scott FiOrepce Ava. pm. ai Ga\esburg Cottage Hos- planned to visit several of, the M2 jl ! - Vn s - sba ". 226 ^vj pita!. homes where, the c h i 1 d r e n, " -North St. He was born May 9, 1396, in wards of Illinois, have been Copley Township. quartered prior to lus Friday Hoi I Mf f'limhui I He was a 50-year member .session in Austin. She had no *± " " 'of the Oneida Masonic Lodge exact date for his arrival in To New Hlffh '337, Oneida United Methodistl Texas . ..." . Scott said last Friday his of to 31's on 51,800 third, up shares. Teleprompter skidded l'i, after reporting sharply reduced earnings in the second quarter. Prices Soar Over S4 Mark Carolyn A. Strom was granted a divorce from J. Dean Strom. They were married at Kewanee Aug. 20, 1961. andSiad four children. Custody of^the children was given to»the HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Ontido, III. loiter C. Stothart Oaeida, 01. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Hendricks Funeral Home where friends may call Tuesday evening. Ma- soic services will be held at 8:30 at the funeral home. Military services by American Legion Post 727. Memori­ ai may be made to the Gregg Memorial Library. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. r .ST THE f FINEST INY y FLORAL y ? TRIBUTES H ; Dons I ) FIou'iT Shop (J mother, and child support of CHICAGO (UPIt-^lieat fu- jjgo 0 n alternate Thursday of Go'd mining issues were mres prices soared over the $4 eac h month was ordered bfMhe mostly lower, with the price of mark for the first time in the court, geld declining on foreign 150-year history of tte Board o. f . V. exchanges. Dome Mines Trade today when they opened dropped l l i, and ASA Ltd. 1. u the permissible upward limit •ML lb Ml ION 34i 3174 Marriage Liceii*qj> Glamors were mixed. Upjohn of l(k3erts-per-bushel higher in KN0 , X COUNTY - _JJ^ 3 added 24, and Schlurnberger all c<>nbracte for the sixth |;>™ ^^^J^ A Church, Order of Eastern Star "£T tt ^ last Fridav o{ LONDON (UPI) - The dollar!'^ J^ al ?SSf S 1 . 888 feH straighl day> ^Marcia J. .Madiganr *J753 iChapter 135, Oneida American f ^ So ^ion wim Texas> limbed to a n « w three-week ^^1^ g!^. 1 , The board attributed die rec- Ba H\ ve ., ^ Jeffrey L-Hos- iUgion Post 727 and the Xa-&ih ^S^ a S ainst West German!, °^ S , ^ !^ M ^J ™ ) ^ d ;Ord tevei, posted for the Sep- chek , m w . ^ S i. V tional Rural Letter CarriersiJK 'tocRldrtn^'^ gSES?^' iS^' ^ ;teraber ^ to ^ ~ - lAssn. He was a rural leuer 'JS^or ^uX abi ^-^S n^dly against the British |?S?? R , 0(1 dec3med 6V4 ' ^ mand and a bullish report from HENDERSON COUNTS carrier around Oneida for over toifi™ fTrL,,! pound in early afternoon' . . „. ^ u a private source that indicated Darlene June Crom and Travis ;40 years. wheUie^ the TeSs LituSs tradm & tod ay. „ ; 5fi^ J?»±_ !>,„_? her ^ spring han-est would fall Harold Shankee, both of Bufe- Surviving are ~— ~ : ^ • HinchliFf- two sisters. weK? qualified ^ whe ther . , 4 . . .. ~ there was ^Tongdoing by those cha ^ e ^.^f d <^f. at marks, its highest fixing price fUKEBAl DIEECTORS W70AEST FaEUOhTSTaSCT •bBarann.. *- 'lUBst'inC' MR. EARL W. PLXVER - 766 Jefferson St. Senices 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the chapel. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Building Fund at Emmanuel United Methodist Church. who placed them in Texas. The Frankfurt currency ex- were 10 **"»fractions. ^ expectations. ton. Z Steels, motors, aircrafts and All-time high prices for any Frances Lorraine Thomas^and rails drifted in fractions. contract were established daily Donald Sherwood LaRue, -both since the 2.3900 rate posted July J L?** 00 ^.American Stock ^ weeK from Monday through of Burlington. ~ 13 and more than a one per!™^ 086 m slow Friday to shatter the high of, Janet Kaye Meyers and Jsjnes Mausoleums and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS »801 W. Main a /5jjff\ <]alfsburg. 1JI. [ \ Phone 342 6S12 per •1 AUTHORIZE! cent increase over Friday's <rad * ng- $3 50 set last month when the Keith Kramer, both or fair- fixing of 2.3450 marks. j July contract expired. The rec- field, Iowa. ;* At one point in London the Mile Apart on * Prior to last month was set '< «• U.S. currency reached $2.4945 George Washington felt that m hl *y 1917.. at $3.25. Births against the pound, a gain of one the U.S. Capitol and the White Born at Cottage Hospitat to: and a half U.S. cents against House should be geographical- Opened to traffic in 1914 after Mr. and Mrs. Willis D. $aw, Friday's close of $2.5050. Iv separated as a means of sep- 10 years of construction at a 815 N. Cherry St., a girl Sjjjtur- arating the executive from the cost of $380 million, the Panama d.iy at 8:53 p.m. w- Grand Central Terminal, New legislative branches of the gov- Canal has been called "the Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. York City, is the world's big- eminent — hence they were greatest liberty man has ever Courson Jr., 405 W. ThirdJ|., a gest railroad station. built a mile apart. , taken with nature." boy Saturday at 11:19 p.w. t

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