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Page 12 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Thursday, July 17, 1975 Stock Market Report NEW YORK (UPI) - Polaroid was a pacesetter as the stock market, halting an early skid, turned mixed today in active trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Investors, disturbed by reports the Federal Reserve Board may have tightened credit again, were heartened by the Commerce Department report showing the economy had made a significant recovery from its first quarter plunge. The news helped the Dow Jones industrial average recover from a more than four-point loss at the outset to post a 1.64 point gain to 873.75 shortly before noon EOT. The closely followed average fell 9.70 points Wednesday. Declines led advances^ 630 to 524, among the 1,611 issues crossing the tape. The margin, however, was much wider at the outset. The two-hour turnover amounted to about 9,000,000 shares, compared with 11,080,000 traded during the same period Wednesday. Wall Street came to life with the Commerce report the GNP fell only 0.4 per cent annual rate in the second quarter, a better showing than the 11 4 per cent skid in the first. Polaroid's report that it earned 41 cents a share in the second quarter, up sharply from the seven cents a year ago, sparked some glamor and blue chip buying. Polaroid jumped 1% to 40 on 81,200 shares, making it the fourth most active issue. Hoerner Waldorf led the Big Board actives, up % to 15% on 525,900 shares, including a block of 521,600 shares at 15 each, up %. Citicorp followed, up % to 35% on 162,600 shares. Levitz Furniture was third, unchanged at 6% on 106 500 shares. Prices were lower in moderate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Kaiser Industries led the Amex actives, off 14 to 11% on 27,300 shares. Cook Industries, which has signed a multimillion-dollar grain deal with the Soviet Union, followed, up 214 to 20 on 18,400 shares. Champion Home Buildrs was third/off % to 4% on 18,300 shares. 11 A.M. Quotes Courtesy of Edward D. Jones & Co 11 N. Van Buren Ave.Telephone 233-3118 American Motors Corp 6% * rpp rj\ 'O AT&T 50% Chrysler Corp :...13% Colt Industries, Inc 31i£ > Commonwealth Edison 27% Commonwealth PFD.. 18 Crum Forsterbid 2314 .........asked"23% Exxon Corp ;... ^9% Ford Motor Co \\\L General Electric Co .....50^ General Foods Corp ^.'2614 General Motors .......52 Goodyear ..........ig% Gould Inc 26% Holiday Inns 14 Honeywell Inc 353^ Household Finance Corp 16% IBM .204% International Harvester 27% 3MCo ""'....61 Newell Companies bid 714 asked 734 Northwestern Steel&Wire 45% RCA > 20% Sears _ 68 i/ Sundstrand Corp 25% Texaco, Inc 28 U.S. Steel Corp. '..'.""60% Westinghouse Electric Corp 19% Woolworth '.'."....i7 Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest gradable nest-run eggs: Firm; prices up 2 to unch; large 44 up 2; medium 33; small 26; breaking 37; checks 31, all unch. Livestock 230 Ib 59.75-60.50; No 1-3 200-240 Ib 59.2560.00; No 3-4 290 Ib 57.00. Friday estimated receipts: 1,200 cattle, 1,000 hogs. ' PEORIA, 111. (UPI - Livestock: Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. Hogs 2,700; 1.00 higher early, steady to 50 higher late; No 1-2 200-240 Ib 59 5060.00, few 59.00-59.50; No 1-3 200-250 Ib . 59.00-59.50, later 58.50-59.00; No 2-3 250270 Ib 58.00-59.00, few 270-290 Ib 56 0058.00. Da/// Record Deaths And Funerals JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. Hogs 800; 75-1.50 higher; No 1-2 200- Weather NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS Tonight partly cloudy; chance of thunderstorms late. Partly sunny and continued hot and humid Friday; chance of thunderstorms. Low tonight around 70. High Friday around 90. Official 7 a.m. Freeport weather readings are taken at the city's wastewater treatment plant on South Hancock Avenue for the National Weather Service.) TEMPERATURE Unofficial noon temperature 86 Past 24 hours: high 89, low 62 Year ago today: high 91, low 86 Records for date: high 103, low 48 PRECIPITATION Past 24 hours .00 inch Month to date 1.06 inch Year to date 17.20 inches Normal to Aug. 1, 24.05 inches Sunrise, 5:34 a.m. Sunset, 8:30 p.m. Extended Forecast: Illinois: Partly cloudy and continued very warm Saturday through Monday. Highs generally mid 80s to low 90s. Lows mid 60s to low 70s. &&*&^^^^^ Grain CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat was irregularly lower and corn and soybeans substantially lower at noon today on the Board of Trade. Wheat Jly 3.68 off 2% Sep 3.75% off 1 Dec 3.85 off 4%. Corn Jly 3.00 off 5 Sep 2.76% off 3% Dec 2.66 off 3 Soybeans Jly 5.71 off 7% Aug 5.61 off 6 Sep 5.59 off 6% Illinois Crop Prospects URBANA, 111. (UPI) - Prospects are now excellent for outstanding corn and;soybean crops in Illinois, Univer- sity'of Illinois area agronomists reported today. The agronomists cautioned, however, that the growing season is not over and disease and insect problems are most likely to develop in the near future. Growing conditions have been almost perfect during the first part of crop year with adequate moisture coming at well timed intervals, the experts said. Warm temperatures have helped growth and much of the com crop has tasseled and polinated, they said. Soybeans are flowering and setting pods. The sectional reports: Southern Illinois-"Both corn and soybeans look good and are growing well," said Frank Zajicek, U of I agronomist "at Brownstown. "So far, there have been very few problems and the outlook is favorable." Rainfall has been scattered but soil moisture is still generally adequate in most areas, said Zajicek. Some fields in the south central part are dying out and could use some rain this weekend. Wheat harvest is virtually complete and many fields have been planted to a second crop of soybeans. 1 East central IIlliois-"We're looking at the best corn crop we've ever seen in east central illinois," said Les Boone at Urbana-Champaign. "But we need to keep in mind that the crop is not made by the middle of July and there's a lot of growing season left. We're still vulnerable to problems that could change the outlook." To date the season has been unusual in that very few problems have been reported, observed Boone. Soybeans have outgrown some early herbicide damage and now look tremendous and most corn has now passed the critical polination period under favorable moisture and temperature conditions. West central Illinois-"The outlook now is excellent for corn and soybean crops in west central Illinois," said Carroll Chambliss at Macomb. "However, not all areas have been receiving regular showers .and are in need of moisture." Most corn has already tasseled and polinated, said Chambliss and you can no longer see between the rows of early planted soybeans which have flowered and are now setting pods. Wheat harvesting is practically completed with yields up to 50 bushel per acre in some areas. Northern Illinois - "Crops look great in northern Illinois," reported Derreld Mulvaney at De Kalb. "Rainfall and temperatures have been just about perfect for corn and soybeans and crop prospectu are excellent through the area." A good share of the corn has tasseled or is in the process, said Mulvaney. Soybeans are flowering and setting pods and have real good height. "Both the corn and the soybeans have been remarkably free of disease and insect problems all season long," said Mulvaney. "But remember we're entering the season when these problems are most likely to show up." Blue Island Man Hired As Director Of Teachers Group LITTLE ROCK (UPI) - Richard A. Nagel of Blue Island, 111., has been hired as executive director of the • Classroom Teachers Association. Nagel will succeed Ron Wolff, who has been granted a one-year leave of absence to do graduate work. The CTA is the Little Rock affiliate of the Arkansas Education Association and the National Education Association. Nagel, a seventh-grade langauge arts teacher, is a former president of the Blue Island Education Association. Thank You: We would like to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the people .who remembered us following the loss of our father and husband, George Adams. And a special thank* to Rev. John Kraemer. Mrs. George Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gundry, Mr. & Mrs. Ron Loring, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Downing, Linda and Susan Adams. It is a principle of American Justice that an Individual Is always presumed Innocent until proved guilty and a report that anyone Is charged with an offense cannot be construed as proof that he committed the offense. We rely upon official records for the information published In this column. Arrests John Hattula, German Valley, was arrfsti'tl early today on a charge of violation of probation for being out after restricted hours. Thefts "Donald Loss, Perrysburg, Ohio, told police that while he was at the Holiday Inn Tuesday night, he left his briefcase in a hallway outside a meeting room. When he remembered he left it there, he returned but it was gone. He said that it contained $400 in cash. A 17-foot-wide wheel disc, valued at $3,500, was stolen from Boyer's Implement sometime since June 20. Vandalism The front windshield of a car owned by Russell Anderson, 727 W. American St., was broken while the car was parked in the Micro Switch parking lot at N. Henderson Ave. and E. Stephenson St. Wednesday. The $125 window was broken with a rock. Three large plate glass windows, valued at $200, were broken at Lincoln School Tuesday night with stones and tomatoes. Miscellaneous A large amount of money was turned into the police department Wednesday. The person who lost the money can claim it at the police department by identifying the amount, container and general location where it was found. Circuit Court CRIMINAL CASES Delores Pash, 726 S. 16th Ave., was given a seven-day suspended jail sentence after she pleaded guilty to a charge of violation of probation. She violated her probation by being arrested late Wednesday night on a charge of disturbing the peace. She pleaded guilty to that charge and was ordered to pay a $10 fine and $5 court costs. Linda Smeathers, 719 W. Galena Ave., was given a seven-day suspended sentence on a charge of violation of probation. She pleaded guilty to the charge which stemmed from an incident at the Pizza Stein early today. She also pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct and paid $15 in fine and costs. A charge of using vulgar language was dismissed. John R. Hebert, Red Oak, pleaded guilty to a charge of theft and was placed on conditional discharge for one year, ordered to make restitution and pay $22.60 in court costs. He took auto parts from Allen K. Bertram. Divorces Sylvia J. Otto, Cedarville, was granted a diyorce from Jeffrey L. Otto, Loves Park, on grounds of mental cruelty. They were married June 27, 1968, in Freeport. Custody of their two children was awarded to the mother. Small Claims Munson and Munson, Stockton, was awarded a small claims judgment of $76.40 against Deborah O'Malley, Sterling. The First National Bank of Freeport was awarded a judgment of $1,024.40 against Leslie Schrader, Shannon. John M. Nortridge, doing business as Paradox Electronics, 1439 W. Stephenson St., was awarded a judgment of $1,008.20 against John DeGray Shoemaker, 1311 S. Galena Ave. Accidents A c ar driven by Elaine L. Stoner, 512 N. Willow Ave., was turning left from North Park Boulevard onto West Laurel Street Wednesday afternoon and a car driven by Ernest M. Cassista, 1376 Empire Court, hit the rear of the Stoner auto and left the scene. He was ticketed for failing to give information of and aid at an accident and having an expired drivers license. An unidentified auto hit a parked car Arrest Of Youngster Solves 5 Burglaries Freeport Police arrested a 12-year- old Freeport boy who" they implicated in five home break-ins. Police said the lad was seen leaving a home of Mrs. Russell Wallace, 852 W. Homer St., Wednesday. He was apprehended by police and admitted being in five homes since May 29. The youth also burglarized the house of Lois DeFrane, 720 W. Moseley St., an apartment at W. American St. and S. Pine Ave., and the house of Robert Heitz, 754 W. Moseley St., twice, police reported. Some money was reportedly taken from the Heitz home but nothing else was reported missing, police said. owned by Connie Meyers, 304 W. Clark St., in the Cleveland Street parking lot at the junior high school Tuesday evening. Ambulance Calls \ Stephanie Meyers, 5, daughter of .Diane Meyers, 634'N. Waddelt Ave., fell from a bicycle on Avettue B Wednesday afternoon and was taken to Freeport Memorial Hospital by a fire department rescue unit. She was listed in satisfactory condition this morning and was being observed for a possible internal head injury. She received abrasions and bruises on her forehead. Bankruptcies The following bankruptcy petitions have been filed in Federal Court here- Danny L. Anderson, Erie, filed a 1 petition alleging liabilities of $7,129.68 and assets of ?1,500. He is employed by John Deere & Co Sandra J. Simmons, Rockford, filed a petition under the wage earner's plan alleging liabilities of $3,367.62 and undetermined assets. Traffic Cases The following cases in the traffic division of Circuit Court include fines and costs: FREEPORT CASES Robert L. Kutchback, Freeport Route 4, leaving the scene of an accident, $25 paid; Stephen W. Farr, Warsaw, stop sign, $15 paid; Ralph M. Peterson, Rockford, violation of height restrictions, $15 paid; Bradley H. Bons, Baileyville, speeding, $15 paid; Craig C. Jacobs, 1626 S. Demter Drive, speeding, $15 paid; Craig P. Mitchell, Free- Dort Route 4, muffler violation. $15 bald. Michael R. Mcllvanie, 1645 Hilltop Place, negligent driving, $15 paid; Roger D. Weichers, 3219 Plattevule Court, improper lane usage, $15 paid; Lorin F. Andre, 702% W. Main St., speeding, $15 paid; Connie J. Pollen, Pecatonica, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Cheryl L. Kirby, 538 E. Pleasant St., following too closely, $15 paid; Larry A. Price, Lena, speeding, $15 paid. Randy J. McDearmon, 1428 S. Float Ave., speeding, $16 paid; Michael D. Hess, Cedarville, speeding, $15 paid; Sidney L. Fryer, 449 S. West Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Alan A. Frint, Ridott, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Donald C. Krogull, 1665 Demeter Drive, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Donald D. Snyder, Freeport Route 1, speeding, $16 paid. Jan M. Sullivan, Rockford, speeding, $16 paid; Diane M. Hildebrandt, 1310 S. Galena Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Randall K. Rote, Orangeville, speeding, $15 paid; Cynthia J. Arola, 702 W. American St., driving on the wrong side of the street, $15 paid; William E. Gunther, i,325 N. Whistler Ave., improper lane usage, $15 paid; William H. Sandiffer, 490 S. Float Ave., traffic signal violation, $15 paid; Kathy L. Kerr, 922 S. Chicago Ave., traffic signal violation, $15 paid. Carl T. Arnold Jr., Rockford, driving the wrong way on a one-way street, $15 paid; William G. Mover, 720 W. Galena Ave., violation of classification, $15 paid, speeding, , $22 paid; Phyllis J. Clancy, 1603 Highland. Drive, failure to yield the right of way, $15 paid; Roy R. Carpenter, Winslow,'speeding, $15 paid; Todd Holtkamp, 1508 W. American St., negligent driving, $25 forfeited. STATE" POLICE CASES Billy E. Baker, Lexington, Ky., speeding, $19 paid; Sharon L. Howe, 663^'W. Stephen; son St., speeding, $15 paid; Lawrence E. Janicke, 933% S. Carroll Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Louis G. Desruisseaux, Chicago, speeding, $18 paid; Brent L. Anderson, Rockford, speeding, $20 paid; Diana F. Malone, Dubuque, Iowa, speeding, $18 paid; Lewis A. LaBudde, 635% S. Clark St., speeding, $18 paid; Pete S. Sfikas, Dubuque, Iowa, speeding, $15 paid. Kenneth G. Barth, Shannon, no valid safety test, $15 paid; Jacob J. Schonenber- ger, Middleton, Wis., no valid safety test, $15 paid; Richard L. Bradt, 1109 S. Oak Ave., no valid safety test, $15 paid; Terry J. McKee, Pearl City, speeding, $25 paid; Roy R. Roddewig, 718 W. Avon St., speeding, $15 paid. John A. Urish, Freeport Route.2, no mirror, $15 paid; LaVerne K. Harnish, 657 N. Hunt Ave., no valid safety test, $15 paid; Daryl Q. Thyberg, Eleroy, speeding, $16 paid; Pauline J. Buskohl, 509 W. Broadway, speeding, $16 paid; Dewey H. Law Jr., 868 W. Stephenson St., traffic signal violation, .$15 paid; Stephen E. Holmes, 527 W. Pleasant St., driving too fast for conditions, $15 paid; Evelyn F. Bruce, 67 S. Johanna Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Thomas A. Solow, Rockford, speeding, $19 paid; Julie A. Eilders;24 W. Dexter St., speeding, $16 paid. FREEPORT PARK CASES Duane L. Klobes, Winslow, speeding, $15 paid; Vernon L. Eilders, Dakota, speeding, $17 paid; Brett E. Wardlow, 'Springfield, Utah, driving at an unreasonable speed, $15 paid; William A. Mertens, 133"0 Empire Court, negligent driving, $15 paid; Mark E. Brant, 3345 Loras Drive, noise violation, $15 paid. DAKOTA CASES Theodore H. Peck, Durand, speeding, $15 paid; Robert G. Ward, Cedar Falls, Iowa, speeding, $15 paid; Harry I. Mclntyre, Blooming Fields, Mich., speeding, $18 paid; Glenn F. Allen, 632 W. Chestnut St., speeding, $20 paid; Donald Southard, 1442 Winter Drive, speeding, $16 paid; William H. Bear, 520 W. Evelyn St., speeding, $15 paid; Therese A. Trimberger, Plymouth, Wis., speeding, $15 paid; Juli A. Grage, Camache, Iowa, speeding, $18 paid; Alessandro Colalillo, 1339 S. Deming Ave., speeding, $15 paid. COUNTY CASES Steven R. Eisen, Ridott, unlawful use of a license, $25 paid; violation of classification, $15 paid; James V. Ray, Madison, Wis., speeding, $17 paid; Verneal F. Henry, Lena, improper backing, $15 paid; Brian E. Wing, 212 W. Ringold St., speeding, $15 paid; Dennis J. Keister, Rock City, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Ricky A. Barrett, Cedarville, no drivers license, $25 paid; Earl J. Eggemeier, Freeport Route 3, improper turn, $15 paid. WINSLOW CASES John R. Sevendsen, Monticello, Wis., speeding, $15 paid; Dennis P. Jordan, Lena, muffler violation, $15 paid. ROCK CITV CASES Scott B. McDearmon, 1428 S. Float Ave., speeding, $19 paid. tHi SVMIOl OF QUALITY RENTING A TRUCK IS NOT EXPENSIVE AT MYERS! Rent This Moving Van For A FULL 24 HOURS ONLY......... *26 Includes Appliance Dolly Pull-out Ramp and 30 MILES FRI* Call 233-6101 I Rent An Econo Yan-Gaiaxie-ftustang-Maverick-Pinto or Torino Wagon. I RENT-A-CAR MYERS U-DRIVE, INC. Located At Myers Ford Salts, Inc. IIE.DouglaiSl. Freeport, HI. Mrs. Ervin E. Krogull Mrs. Ervin E. (Marian C.) Krogull of 1021 W. Douglas St. died this morning in Freeport Memorial Hospital after an extended illness. She was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and the church Guild. Born April 22,1898, in Freeport, she was the daughter of Joseph and Mary (Hodapp) Deibel. She was married to Ervin E. Krogull Oct. 24,1917. He died Oct. 10, 1972. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Oscar C. (Mary Lou) Stambaugh, a son, John, and a brother, George, all of Freeport; and five grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be Saturday morning at 9:30 in Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home and at 10 in St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, North Harlem Avenue. The Rt. Rev. Msgr.. Raymond Wahl, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. A memorial fund has been established for the Freeport Catholic School Fund. Mrs. Edwin F. Paul Mrs. Edwin F. (Adaline Addela) Paul of 846 S. Galena Ave. died Wednesday evening in Freeport Memorial Hospital. where she had been a patient for a week. She was employed by Hecht's women's apparel store 25 years and did alterations in her home until she was 92. The oldest member of Faith United Methodist Church, she also belonged to its Dorcas Class. She was a member of Woman's Relief Corps and Rebekah Lodge and was a past officer of Royal Neighbors of America. / Born Nov. 5, 1876, in Forresfon, she was the daughter of Jacob and Henrietta (Foy) Swank. She was married to Edwin F. Paul in 1904. He died in 1935. Surviving are a son, Leonard J. of Freeport; a brother, Clifford C. of Grand Rapids, Mich.; three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Dougherty Funeral Home in Forrestpn. The Rev. Larry Thompson, associate pastor of Faith Church, will officiate. Burial will be in White Oak Cemetery, rural Forreston. Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Theodore K. Sangalis Theodore K. (Ted) Sangalis of East Chicago, Ind., died May 18 at home. He was 86. A former Freeport resident, he . owned and operated the Palace Confectionery and Candyland here between 1911 and 1936. Born in eastern Thrace, Turkey, he came to the United States in 1909. Surviving are his widow, Rena, a daughter, two sons, a sister and 10 grandchildren. ' Funeral service and burial were held in East Chicago. Mrs. Charles Chamberlin Mrs. Charles (Eleanor P.) Chamberlin of Phoenix, Ariz., a native of Freeport, died Friday in Phoenix after an apparent heart attack. Born Oct. 28, 1916, in Freeport, she was the daughter of Fred and Pearl (McLain) Arbogast. Surviving are her husband; a son, Mark 'Koester, and three stepsons, Kerry Chamberlin, Marvin Chamberlin and Gregory Chamberlin, all of Phoenix; a brother, Roger of Rose Bud, Ark.; two sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Rogers of Freeport and Mrs. Jane Vore of Torrance, Calif.; and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Woman Arrested On Morals Charge, Theft Wednesday Maxine Brooks, 5 N. Louis Ave., was arrested Wednesday afternoon on warrants charging her with prostitution' and theft. She allegedly had sex for money ($30) with a Freeport man and when he left, $300 was allegedly stolen from him. She was released on $3,000 bond on the theft charge and a recognizance bond on the prostitution charge. her parents and a brother. Funeral service and burial were held in Phoenix. Mrs. Robert Shannon GALENA-Mrs. Robert (Ella) Shannon of Galena died Tuesday at home. Born Feb. 7, 1891, in Rodden, she was the daughter of James and Margaret (Johnston) Rodden. She was married to Robert Shannon June 6,1925, fn Chicago. He died Dec. 16, 1964. > There are no immediate survivoris. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Steinke Funeral Home here; Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call today at the funeral home. .'; Jack Eckburg ' LANARK-Funeral service for Jack Eckburg of Lanark, who died Wednesday morning in Freeport Memorial Hospital after an apparent heart a£= tack, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in Frank Funeral Home here. The Rev. Merle Hawbecker, retired pastor of the Church of the Brethren, will officiate. Burial will be in Lanark Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. to^ day at the funeral home. '. Mrs. John Sturtevant SHANNON-Funeral service for Mrs. John (Matie) Sturtevant, a lifelong Shannon area resident, will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Bethel United Methodist Church here. ' The Rev. Russell Coats, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Brethren Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 tonight at Scharman, Funeral Home. A memorial fund has been established. . Mrs: Sturtevant died Wednesday morning in Freeport Manor-Nursing Home after an extended illness. Born Dec. 16, 1885, she was the daughter of Henry and Louisa (Steinke) Brinkmeier. She was married to John Sturtevant Nov. 30, 1904. He died in February 1965. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Huber (Mildred) Horner and Mrs. Olla (Bertha) Wilhelm, both of Shannon, and Mrs. Erwin (Katie) Plock of German Valley; a son, Duane of Shannon; a sister, Mrs. Ervin Albright of Lena; and several grandchildren, great- grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by three sons, a daughter, a sister, four brothers and two grandchildren. Ronald Rabe WINSLOW-Ronald Rabe of rural Winslow died this morning at home. Funeral arrangements are being completed at Leamon Funeral Home, Winslow. FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME Cor. N. Walnut and W. Galena Phone 232-0613 FRIDAY O'HARA, Orville Walter; 1 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. A memorial has been established In his memory for the Faith United Methodist Church. SATURDAY KROGULL, Marian C., (Mrs. Ervin E.); 9:30 a.m. at the Funeral Home; 10 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel on No. Harlem Ave. Rosary 8 p.m. Friday at the Funeral Home. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. A memorial has been established in her memory for the Freeport Catholic School Fund. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galena Avenue Phone 232-9017 O. T. Schwarx, W. R. Cramer 1 WALKER MORTUARY 321 West Main Street Phone 232-2136 Come To The ... 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