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www.pantagraph.com The Pantagraph Tuesday, August 26, 2003 A9 OBITUARIES CENTRAL ILLINOIS Gladys Anderson CLINTON Gladys L. Anderson, 90, of Clinton, formerly of Martinsville and Virden, died Saturday (Aug. 23, 2003) in Clinton. Service: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Bryson Funeral Home, Pilot Knob, Mo., Timothy Hartsock officiating. Burial: Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Ironton, Mo. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Survivors: five children, Helen Marie (Don) Burris, Virden; James D. (Socorro) Anderson, Frazier, Calif.; George H. (Lynn Eversole) Anderson, Neenah, Wis.; Nelda P. (Charles) Ware, Clintqn; and Debra D. (David) Housworth, Virginia Beach, Va.; a brother, William Reed, Farmington, Mo.; two sisters, Georgia Aherns, Arcadia, Mo., and Helen (Carson) Russell, Columbia, Mo.; 15 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Audrey J. Bond TOLUCA Audrey J. Bond, 74, of Toluca, formerly of LaRose, died at 4:13 a.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria. Service: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Crow Meadow United Presbyterian Church, LaRose, the Rev. Mary Babcock officiating. Burial: Blue Ridge Cemetery, rural Chillicothe. Visitation: For one hour before the service at the church. Calvert & Froelich Memorial Home, Toluca, is in charge of arrangements. Survivors: one daughter, Barbara (Jerry) Faw, Toluca; one grandson; one sister, Mary (Robert) Meyer, Hopewell Estates, rural Sparland; and a nephew whom she had raised, Michael Bond, Washington. Gertrude E. Hays DEER CREEK Gertrude E. Hays, 92, of 17382 Wiegand Road, Deer Creek, died at 4:20 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at Apostolic Chris tian Restmor, Morton. Service: 11 a.m. Wednesday at Knapp-John-son Funeral Home, Morton, the Rev. Gordon Barrick officiating. Burial: Hard-scrabble Ceme tery, Deer Creek. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Survivors: one daughter, Barbara (David) Ferguson, Springfield; two sisters, Hazel Calvert, Washington; and Bessie Fries, Livingston, Mont.; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Lorine A. Heiniger MORTON Lorine A. Heiniger, 96, of 935 E. Jefferson St., Morton, died at 5:40 a.m. Monday (Aug. 25, 2003) at Apostolic Christian Restmor, Morton. Service: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Morton Apostolic Christian Church, Morton, with church ministers officiating. Burial: Morton Apostolic Christian Church Cemetery, Morton. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. today at Ludwig Mortuary, Morton, and 9 to 9:45 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Survivors: one brother, Lester Heiniger, Jacksonville; and one sister, Viola (Ray) Huette, Morton. Gertrude . Hays Funerals today Kurth, Steven I., 10 a.m. Mass at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Washington. Makurat, Bernice F., 11 a.m. at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Washington. Marshall, Lionel Ray Jr., 7 p.m. at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, Mount Pulaski. Sawhney, Asha Nicole, 6 p.m. memorial service at Carmody-Fly-nn Williamsburg Funeral Home, Bloomington. Volgts, Lewis H., 11 a.m. at First United Methodist Church, Pontiac. Wlbben, Edith Augusta Trepel, 10:30 a.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, Hartsburg. Obituary policy The Pantagraph does not charge for standard obituaries, notices of pending funerals or notices of services. An extended obituary is available for $1.50 per newspaper column line. This may include any related information the family wishes, but those items are subject to editing for accuracy and style. For more information, please talk to your funeral director. Violet C. Hughes LATHAM Violet C. Hughes, 87, of Latham died at 9:14 a.m. Monday (Aug. 25, 2003) at Vonderlieth Living Center, Mount Pulaski. Service: 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, Mount Pulaski, the Rev. Gilbert Fletcher officiating. Burial: Laenna Cemetery, Chestnut. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Survivors: two sons, William G. (Carolyn) Hughes and John W. (Cheryl) Hughes, both of Latham; two daughters, Jessie L. (Gary) Kroll, Decatur, and Linda S. Hughes, Lincoln; seven .grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. Visitation: none. Davis Mortuary, Delavan, is in charge of arrangements. Survivors: two sons, William Martin, Fort . Madison, Iowa; and Roger Martin, Delavan; three brothers, H.M. Brown of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Kenneth Brown, Surfside Beach, S.C.; and Donald Brown, Panama City, Fla.; two sisters, Helen Currin, Peoria; and Hollis Davis, Lakeland, Fla. Marda J. McClallen EUREKA Marda J. McClallen, 76, of 1185 County Road 600 North, Eureka, died Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at Lake,wood Hospital, Lakewood, Ohio. Arrangements are pending at Argo-Ruestman-Harris Funeral Home, Eureka. James K. McClure DEER CREEK James K. McClure, 41, of 22186 Bell Road, Deer Creek, died at 1:05 p.m. Monday (Aug. 25, 2003) at OSF St. Francis Medical Center, Peoria. Ludwig Mortuary, Morton, is handling arrangements. Myrtle I. Newman COLFAX Myrtle I. Newman, 89, of Heritage Manor, Colfax, formerly of Bloomington, died at 8:40 a.m. Friday (Aug. 22, 2003) at Heritage Manor. There will be no services. Cremation rites will be accord ed. Duffy-Pils Memorial I Hnmfi. Cnlfax. is in charee of arrangements. I sl"! survivors two daughters. Cropsey, and ,; - Jennifer Smith, ...... F.lkhnrn Wis MVrtle one son, Thomas White, X Newman Bloomington; two sisters, Jennie Pierce, Eugene, Ore., and Violet of Kentucky; 11 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. William T. Makovic Kevin R-olson MEADOWS William T. Makovic, 82, of Meadows, formerly of Peoria, died at 12:45 .p.m. Monday (Aug. 25, 2003) at Meadows Mennonite Nursing Home, Meadows. Arrangements are pending at Carmody-Flynn Williamsburg Funeral Home, Bloomington. Maxine L. Maltby CLINTON Maxine L. "Mickey" Maltby, 81, of Weeki Wachee, Fla., formerly of Clinton, died Aug. 16, 2003, at Hernando Pasco Hospice Care Center, Brooksville, Fla. ' Service: was Aug. 22 at Emmanuel Baptist Church, Brooksville. Burial: Florida Hills Memorial Gardens, Brooksville. Turner Funeral Homes Spring Hill (Fla.) Chapel, was in charge of arrangements. Survivors: her husband, James A. Maltby; three sons, James William Maltby, Mahomet; Gerald Wayne Maltby, Taylorville; and John Wesley Maltby, Carlisle, Iowa; two brothers, WR. Owens, Prescott, Ariz.; and Donald Owens, Clinton; one sister, Marie Blue, Clinton; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Mary G.Marth DELAVAN Mary G. Marth 86, of Delavan died at 3:15 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at West Point Care Center in West Point, Iowa. Graveside service: 11 a.m. Wednesday at Prairie Rest Cemetery, rural Delavan, the Rev. J. Wesley Wilkey officiating. LINCOLN Kevin R. Olson, 43, of Pleasant Plaines, formerly of Lincoln, died at 9:19 a.m. Saturday (Aug. 23, 2003) in an automobile accident in Sangamon County. Service: 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Jefferson Street Christian Church, Lincoln. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. today at the Kerrigan-Peasley Funeral Home, Lincoln, and for one hour Wednesday before the service at the church. Survivors: his wife, Kim Olson; three sons, Joshua Olson, Clinton; and Kavet and Garret Olson of Pleasant Plaines; his mother, Mary G. Olson, Lincoln; two brothers, Dale Olson, Em-den, and Larry Olson, Lincoln; and two sisters, Maria Gates and Kay Newton, both of Lincoln. Joshua Paxton CLINTON Joshua Ray Pax-ton, 19, of Clinton died at 10:10 a.m. Saturday (Aug. 23, 2003) at Dr. John Warner Hospital, Clinton. His funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at First Christian Church, Clinton. J. Kent Hickerson and Ernie Harvey Jr. will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Park Ceme- m lei y, lun. Visitation will Joshua be from 6 to 8 Paxton p.m. today at Calvert Funeral Home, Clinton. Memorials may be made to Joshua Ray Paxton Memorial Pi' ;Vw. Fund in care of The John Warner Bank, Clinton. He was born April 12, 1984, in Streator, a son of Forrest Ray and Laura A. Lusch Paxton. Surviving are his parents of Clinton; grandfather, Forrest Ray (Irma) Paxton Sr., Ransom; great-grandmother, Macel Hull, Charleston, W.Va.; two sisters, Melissa Paxton and Jessica Paxton, both of Clinton; and three nieces, Seairah, Savanah and Taylor. He was a former employee of Texas Road House, Decatur. ' He was a 2003 graduate of Clinton High School in the Alternative Ed Program. Robert O. Priest HEYWORTH Roberto. Priest, 67, of rural Heyworth died at 1:10 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at his residence. His funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Calvert Funeral Home, Clinton. Vernon Oakley will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Park Cemetery, Clinton. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Heyworth Ambulance Service or Community Cancer Center, Normal. He was born March 16, 1936, in Westview, Ky., a son of Owen and Edith Smith Priest. He married Patricia E. Dyer on Aug. 31, 1956, in Farmer City She survives. Also surviving are two sons, Michael Priest and Mark Priest, both of Heyworth; one brother, Leonard Priest, Farmer City; and one sister, Ruby Keller, Seymour. His parents and one sister preceded him in death. He was a foundation seed manager for Funk Seeds, Bloomington, and a member of McLean County Seniors Golf League. He also was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Edith L. Richardson STREATOR Edith L. Richardson, 97, of Streator died at 10:26 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at The Good Samaritan Home, Flanagan. Service: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Hagi Funeral Home, Streator. Burial: Mount Zion Cemetery, Flanagan. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Survivors: two daughters, Jeanette (Victor) Wiechmann, Flanagan; and Esther (Donald) Leheney-Lowe, Streator; two sons, Earl (Phyllis) Richardson Jr., Coal City; and Thomas (Aletta) Richardson, Streator; 21 grandchildren; 42 greatgrandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. BL00MINGT0N-N0RMAL Elizabeth Crowell BLOOMINGTON Elizabeth Dunlop Crowell, 95, of 2025 E. Lincoln St., Bloomington, formerly of Peoria, died at 12:10 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at Martin Health Center, Bloomington. A Celebration of Life Service will be at 3 p.m. Sept. 6, at West minster Village, Bloomington. A ; a1 I grananiece, me i & Rev. Peggy Vo-1 J i: i - I m grandnephew, I; Elder Tim Gam 1 Elizabeth Crowell ble, will officiate. Private fam ily inurnment will be in Peoria. There will be no visitation. Calvert & Metzler Memorial Home, Bloomington, is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church, Peoria; or Westminster Village Foundation, Bloomington. Study shows young babies can learn by observation PANTAGRAPH.COM V ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON- When atoy falls behind the chair has it vanished forever? The answer is no, of course, and a new study indicates babies can figure that out at a few months of age simply by watching. Scott Johnson of New York University led a team that studied babies in an effort to determine when and how they realize that a rolling ball that disappears behind something is just playing peek-a-boo, and is going to reappear on the other side. "What's truly amazing is how rapidly they're able to pick up these concepts," Johnson, who studied babies aged four months and six months, said in a statement. Experts have been divided over how babies learn about the behavior of objects. Some believe they learn by handling objects. Others, noting that some children seem to understand how objects work before they can handle them, argue that this understanding is innate. The new findings, reported in this week's online issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, indicate that babies can learn simply by watching. The researchers tested 48 four-month-olds and 32 six-month-olds. Each infant sat in a parent's lap and watched a 32-inch computer screen showing a moving ball. The babies' eye movements were tracked and recorded by a special camera. Four-month-old infants shown a ball that was obscured as it passed the center of the screen had little ability to anticipate where or if it would reappear. Then they were shown the ball moving back and forth without being hidden at any time. After just two minutes of watching, the ball was again hidden in the middle of the screen. Most infants had learned to expect the ball to reappear, the researchers said. -Zuneta Acme' j .sj J You it teel comfortable wttn our personal, dignified way of handling your wishes. LMJ Family Owned & Operated J V Sfflmoerv tsqtj wiat tie fiearf is toai fa ejcfirew. MOVAK FLOWERS, INC. T (309) 827-6081 1312 N. Main, Bloomington She was born Feb. 10, 1908, in Centralia, a daughter of John and Emma Sommerville Dunlop. She married Russell Crowell on June 28, 1954, in Las Vegas. He died July 11, 1966. Surviving are a niece, Betty (Bill) Gamble, Pekin; a sister-in-law, Helen Dunlop, Peoria; two nephews; one niece; four grand nieces; three grand nephews; one stepson; four stepgrand-children; and four stepgreat-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and two sisters. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Peoria; PEO Chapter PH in Santa Cruz, Calif.; and Pi Beta Phi and the Retired Teachers Assn., Peoria. Mrs. Crowell was a teacher in District 150 at Peoria for many years prior to retirement. Patricia Dalrymple BLOOMINGTON Patricia Ann Dalrymple, 59, of Bentwa-ter, Texas, wife of former Bloomington man Gerald W. Dalrymple, died Aug. 12, 2003, at her home. Service: was Aug. 15 at the First United Methodist Church of Willis, Texas, Pastor James White officiating. Entombment: Forest Park The Woodlands, Texas. Addison Smith Funeral Home, Willis, was in charge of arrangements. Local survivors: her mother-in-law, Ruth Wieting, Bloomington; and sister-in-law, Janet Dalrymple (Richard) Schroeder, Bloomington. Rev. Clarence V. Ilamm BLOOMINGTON A Celebration of Life Service for the Rev. Clarence W. Hamm, 95, of 2025 E. Lincoln St., Bloomington, will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Westminster Village Social Center, Bloomington, the Rev. Dr. David P Dees of ficiating. Inurnment will be at a later date in rural Artesian, S.D. The family will receive friends following the memorial service in the social center. Memorials may be made to the Stephen Ministry program of Wesley United Methodist Church, Bloomington or to the Preachers Aid Society of the United Methodist Church. Calvert & Metzler Memorial Home, Bloomington, is in charge of arrangements. Rev. Hamm died at 4:42 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 23, 2003) at Martin Health Center, Bloomington. He was born March 25, 1908, in rural Artesian, the son of Irvin and Mae Martha Williamson Hamm. He married Mildred M. Fleming on May 4, 1932, in rural Artesian. She died July 13, 2001. Surviving is a son, Wesley (Jeanine) Hamm, Bloomington; two daughters, Naomi (Richard) Allyn, Allison Park, Pa.; and Lois (David) Thurner, Hebron, Ind.; a sister, Ila (Wesley) Mann, Apache Junction, Ariz.; nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; an infant brother; and a sister, Iris Hamm. The Rev. Hamm was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, Bloomington. His first ministry was in Roswell, S.D., in 1931. He graduated in 1937 from Taylor Univer- i Rev. Clarence Hamm sity in Upland, Ind., and re ceived his bachelor of divinity; and master of art degree front Southern Methodist University! in Texas in 1943. The Rev. an; Mrs. Hamm then moved to Mag- nolia, serving various min-; istries in Illinois including the ' Dewitt County Larger Parish, which included the churches of. Wapella, Prairie Center, Birk- beck and Dewitt. From 1965 to 1969, he served the Ellsworth and Cooksville churches and the Chenoa United Methodist-Church from 1969 until his re- tirement in 1973. Vera M. Murphy : NORMAL Vera M. Murphy, 68, of 101 S. Bone Drive, Nor-1 mal, died at 5:55 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 24, 2003) at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, Bloomington. Her graveside service will beZ at noon Wednes- day at Holy p - ... m A Normal, with the Rev. Howard Bowlin officiating. Carmody-Flynn Williamsburg Funeral Home, Bloom ington, is m vera charge of M h y arrangements. ' In lieu of flowers, donations; may be made to the Community-; Cancer Center, Normal. Mrs. Murphy was born June 8, 1935, in Lincoln, Neb., the daugh- ter of William A. and Netties Lena Burch Burlington. She- married Thomas Murphy June 7, 1975, in Valparaiso, Ind. Hef. survives. She is also survived by two - sons, Robert of Florence, Ky, and John (Tammy) of Union.; Grove, Wis.; two grandchildren,)? Joshua and Jennifer; and two sisters, Ella Mae Holland and' Dorothy Daugherty, both of Eu-J gene, Ore. She was preceded in death by-her parents. J Vera was a good friend to.'' those in need and was continualv ly helping the homeless. She was-' always there for anyone whcv needed a helping hand. j! Laura Lee Shepperson; NORMAL Laura Lee Shep- person, 66, of 901 N. Main St.,r Normal, died at 2:45 p.m. Mon day (Aug. 25, 2003) at McLean-, County Nursing Home, NormaLJ Arrangements are pending atr Calvert & Metzler MemoriaC Home, Bloomington. 2 m m Marta J. Wear ; BLOOMINGTON Marta j Wear, 81, of 1201 W. Northmooi Road, Peoria, formerly of rurafr Princeville, mother of a Bloom ington man, died at 1:05 a.m. Fri; day (Aug. 22, 2003) at Proctoif Hospital, Peoria. She donated her body to medical science through the Anatomical Gift Association, Chicago. Memorial service: 2 p.m. Sat urday at First Presbyterian Church, Princeville, the Losey officiating. Visitation: The family will re ceive friends following the ser vice in the church fellowship hall. Hammitt-Hott Funerat Home, Princeville, is in chargi of arrangements. Local survivor: a son, Byron; Ross (Linda) Wear of BloomingI ton. : v m Marta f Wear i Rev. Harry; Families appreciate the personal service of a locally owned and operated funeral home and crematory CARMODY'FLYNN WILLIAMSBURG FUNERAL HOME Bloomington Normal's Newest Facility 1800 Eastland Dr. Bloomington, IL 61704 663-1968 "51.. DIRECTORS Timothy D. Flynn Steven E. Hall Kenneth L. Robertson Pre-Planning Counselor Joyce M. Geary Experience. .....Carmody-Flynn Bloomington-Normals's oldest continuing funeral service. 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