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Obituaries Des Mdirifes Sunday Register May ro, mo Local LEE OLSON Services for Lee Olson, 7 1 ?, retired president of Olson-Sutherland Rambler Co. who died .Friday a t v; ' home, 7ST E. I Euclid Ave., of a heart attack; win'V.be.- at 10., a.m. tuesday 1 at All Saints C a t h o 1 i d -G-hurch with burial at Glendale Cemetery. M r. Olson was born in Williams and was a graduate of Highland Park College. He"was a. member- .of. Mrs. Julia Wright, 81, of 1216 Sixteenth st., West Des Moines, died Saturday morning at Hiitchinson's Nursing Home of complications following a lengthy illness. BOfn at iWmely, Mo,, Mrs. Wright had lived ih West Des Moines for 2% years. She was a member of the Royal Neighbors, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Rural Mail Carriers and "the Presbyterian Church. * Services are pending at Phillips Mortuary, Eldon, Mo., With burial to be at Tuscumbia, Mo. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Patricia W. McCommpns Park Business Men's Club, the Dowling Club and the All Saints Holy Name Society. Survivors include two daughters, Evelyn 0. Chancellor and Dorothy Sutherland, both of Des Moines; two brothers, Charles and Albert, both of Williams; and five grandchildren. A rosary will be recited at 8, p.m. Monday at Caldwell-Brien- ! Robbins Funeral Home. PHILLIP F. MCMAHON Services for- Phillip F. McMahon, 87. who died Friday at Mercy Hospital of a heart condition, , will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. John's Catholic Church. with burial at Glendale Cemetery. Mr. McMahon was born in M a s s e n a. He had lived at 1237 Twenty- second st. since his retirement from farming five years ago. He is survived by a son, Phillip. Des Moines; a brother, Tom, Los Angeles, Calif.; a sister, -Mrs. Etta Hearin, Des M o i nV&x, and three grandchildren arid-two great-grandchildren. EMERY RUBY \ Graveside services for Erhery Ruby, 97, of 1701 Forty-sixth" st., who died Friday at Baptist Memorial Home in Harlan, will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Masonic Cemetery. Born at Wilsonville, Mr. Ruby, retired in 1942 from his job as secretary at National Travelers Life Insurance Co. He was a member of the University Christian Church. Mr. Ruby was a Mason and a member of Scottish Rites, Eastern Star and Za-Ga-Zig Shrine. Jle attended Iowa State Teachers College and graduated from Drake University. Survivors include a son, Robert of Houston, Tex., four grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. grand- MRS. BERTHA JACKSON Mrs. Bertha Jackson,- 81, of the Rest View Good Samaritan Center, died there Saturday of a heart ailment. Services wilh be at 10 a.m. Monday at Hammitt and Robinson Funeral Home with burial at Muscatine. Mrs. Jackson was a native of Anamosa and was a retired maid.lshe was a member of the Muscatine Methodist Church and had lived in Des Moines eight months. Survivors include a son, Frederick of Davenport; a sister, Mrs. Lola Reeves of Des Moines, and a grandchild. — ttARRV HARTUEEE __________ Services will" be at 11 a.rn. i"uesday at Dunn's Funeral Home for Harry W. Hartupee,. 1, of 1406 Washington Si, who died Friday of a heart attack at iis home. Burial/ will be at jlendale Cemetery. Mr. Hartupee, an architect and . strucfyr^l ^engineer, was born at West Liberty and had ived in Des Moines 73 years.: le was graduated from East High- School and -the University of Iowa. Mr. Hartupee was a member if the State Board of Archi- ectural Examiners for 12 years and the State Board of Engineering Examiners for five rears. He was a member of ?ioneer— Club r -Conopus- Sigma Xi and Tau Beta Pi. His wife, Lorena, survives. 3Ke Will lit: iielu eU 7 [).l Monday at the funeral home. JAN KOBYLASZ, SR. Services for Jan J. Kobylasz, sr., 66, of 3829 Woodland Ave., who died Friday at the Americana Nursing-Center, will be at 10:30 .a.m. Tuesday at Hamilton's Funeral Home, with burial at Union Chapel Cemetery near Winterset. Mr. Kobylasz Was born in Passaic, N.J. He lived in Des Moines for 16 years after moving from Winterset, and retired as a service station attendant in September, 1969. Survivors include a son, Jan jr., Des Moines; a brother, Mike Kobylasski, Pine Island, N.Y.; a half-brother, Frank Pawlak, Warwick, N.Y.; £ sister, Mrs. Stella Brozdawski Pine tslafid, N.Y.; and three half-sisters, Mrs. Ann Coleman Florida, N.Y.^Mrs. Victoria Mapes, Warwick, N>^Yi, anc Mrs. Sophia Weeden, \West Town, N.Y. A nnexation Plan HearingMbndqy A public hearing on the pro posed annexation to the city o 24.5 square miles north of Des Moines will be at 6:30 p.m Monday in the armory audito rium at E, First and Des Moines streets, a block north o city hall. Diatht BARBERIO - Services forMrT Emma Barberio, age..76, of 307 Southeast Klrkwood, will be Tuesday 9:30 AtM. at 'St. Anthony's. Rosary 8 P.M. Monday at Tonlni Funeral Home. Interment Glen_dale. v CON KLIN—Services for* Mrs. Cora "inklln of 3222 Fourth street, (her of Mrs, Violet Madsen, ..i be 2:00 P.M. Monday at Jnlted Methodist Church at West Liberty, Iowa. Friends may call at,Dahlstrom's Funeral Home 9:00 .A.M. toi 9:001 P.M. Sunday. COURTNEY—Services for Miss Lorelta Courtney of IMS Woleott will be Monday 9:30 A.M. at Christ the King Church. Rosary 4 P.M. Sunday at Dunn's on Southwest Ninth. on VICB GUNHUS — Services for William Gunhus .of 7381 Northwest Beaver Drive will be Wednesday 10:30 A.M. at Hamilton's Funeral Home. Interment Highland Memory Gardens. Friends may call after 12 noon Monday. n M FUP HARTUPEE — Services for Harry W. Hartupee of 1406 Washington will be Tuesday 11:00 AM at Dunn's on Grand. Interment Glendale. Far Information regard Ing services for Robert E. Hlgday, 1305 Pleasant call Dunn's on Grand 2*4-2121 HOUGHAM .- Services for Mrs. Leela M. Hougham of 2613 Westover Blvd. will be Monday, 11 A.M. Dunn's on Grand. Interment Panora, Iowa. Pano E"RT IVERS — Services for Mrs. Florence Ivers of 6413 Northwest Fifty-fourth street will be Monday 1:00 P.M. Westover Funeral Home. Interment Grimes Cemetery. Grimes. KERN — Graveside services for Jodv Jay Kern of Rural Route 1 Lucas, Iowa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Kern will be 11:15 AM Monday at Laurel Hill Dahlstrom Service. KOBYLASZ — Services for Mr. Jan Kobylasz, sr., of 3829 Woodland avenue will be held Tuesday 10:30 AM at Hamilton's Funeral Home. Inter-. ment Union Chapel Cemetery. MACKRILL-Servlces for Mrs. Lulu W. Mackrlll of 2101 Twenty-fourth will be Monday 9:30 A.M. at Dunn's on Grand. Interment Dunlap, Iowa 2 P.M. . . McMAHON — Services for Phillip F, .McMahon of 1237 Twenty-second street will be Monday 9:30 AM at St. John's Catholic Church. Rosary Sunday 7:00 PM at the Funeral Caldwell-Brlen-Robblns 2100 University MOIST — Services for Mary E. Moist ol 1202 South Lawn drive will be Tuesday 2:00 PM at the Chrlsten- sen Funeral Home, Ida Grove, Iowa. Interment Ida Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at Dunn's South Side Funeral Home until 10:00 PM Monday. OLSON — Services for Lee W. Olson of 720 East Euclid avenue will be Tuesday 10:00 AM at All Saints Catholic Church. Rosary Monday 8:00 PM at the Funeral Home. Caldwell-Brlen-Robblns, 2100 University. RUBY — Graveside service* tor _ Emery H. Ruby of Harlan, Iowa will be Monday 3:30 P.M. In Masonic Cemetery. \^ Dunn's, 244-2121 __^>. _ ANKENY STEFANI—Serviceslor Mrs. Elisa Stefanl,-«fl« 58, of 504 Elm Street will be Monday 10:30 A.M. «t Our Lady Immaculate Heart Church, ' AnkenV. Regular. .Rosary 8 P.M. Sunday, Catholic daughter Rotary and Past Grand Regents Rosary 3 P.M. Sunday at Tontnl Funeral Home. Interment Gltndalfr. 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