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Wats*, Surprise Party Marilou Amans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrie Amans, Freeport Route 3, was surprised by eight, of her friends at a parly Tuesday afternoon at Krapc Park in honor of her 12th birthday. Bingo and other games were played, after which supper with birthday cake for dessert was served to the guests. * • * Share-A-Dish Dinner Members of the Freeport Hobby Club met Thursday evening at the YMCA for a share-a-dish dinner. The group played games after dinner, and prizes were won by Mrs. Merle Rayhorn, Mrs. John Baumgartner and Miss Mildred Rockey. Mrs. Wayne Polhill was in charge of arrangements. * * * Rehearsal Dinner Thirty guests and members of the Kiefer-Wilen wedding party were entertained Friday evening at the Elks Club. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiefer, 1136 W. Harrison St., parents of the bridegroom, were hosts for the party. Miss Donna Wilken and Wayne Kiefer were married Saturday evening at Faith United Methodist Church. * * * Couple Feted Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lamb were hosts at the rehearsal dinner for the Lamb-Donmeyer wedding party and guests Friday evening at the Germania. Shrimp and roast sirloin of beef dinners were served to 31 tables decorated with pink carnations. Miss Sharon Ann Donmyer became the bride of Richard L. Lamb Saturday at First United Methodist Church. * * * 4th Of July Party Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Meyer Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Gassman have been named chairmen for the Fourth of July activities scheduled at the Freeport Country Club. Events will get under way at 7 a.m. and include men's and ladies' golf handicap tournaments, swimming races, rides and games. Activities will conclude with a water show scheduled for 8 p.m. Fireworks will not be a part of the entertainment this year. Hi * m June Birthdays Residents of the Benjamin Stephenson Nursing Home were entertained at a birthday party Saturday afternoon for those celebrating their birthdays in June. The party was arranged by the Benjamin Stephenson Auxiliary. Mrs. Frank Hornberger was chairman of the event. Word and guessing games were played. Residents honored were: Mrs. William Ilgen, Miss Alice Senneff, Mrs. Kenneth Snyder, Mrs. Mildred Sieberell, Miss Kitty Mogel, Mrs. Charles Champion, Mrs. Orin Burton and John Delzell. * * * Honor Bride-Elect Yellow and white daisies were used in the decorations at a bridal shower Tuesday evening given complimentary to Miss Donna Wilken, bride-elect of Wayne Kiefer. Hostess for the party was Mrs. Harrie Amans, Freeport Route 3. Court whist was played and prizes were presented to the guest of honor. Strawberry dessert and coffee were served, after which Miss Wilken was presented with a group gift. Miss Wilken and Wayne Kiefer exchanged wedding vows Saturday at Faith United Methodist Church. * * * 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Homer H. Kuhlemeyer, 107 N. Sunset Ave., celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Saturday at their home About 100 relatives and friends called. Coming last week, and re* maining over the weekend to participate in the observance were the Kuhlemeyers" two daughters. Jane is the wife o Harold Gilliatt, and they came from Richardson, Tex., bringing their three daughters. Nancy i the wife of Gary Hockey, ani they arrived a week ago from their home in Venice, Calif, with their two daughters. The former Laura Artis an Homer H. Kuhlemeyer wer married June 30, 1928, in Valle City, N. D. After their marriage they came to Freeport. Mrs. Kuhlemeyer teaches second grade at Douglas Elementary School. Mr. Kuhlemeyer had been an employe by Fairbanks, Morse and Co. here. Groduolttl Itt a Journal-Standard Mont ad find the right |eb for you. Call 233-1176 today. Hitt-Allain Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hitt of Denver, Colo., formerly of Elizabeth, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cassandra, to David A. Allain. Mr. Allain is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Allain of St. Anne, Colo. The bride-elect has been employed by the Bri-Tone Kodak Co. Her fiance is serving in the Air Force at Lowry AFB near Denver. The couple is planning a July wedding. Hospital News Births At Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Noeske of Cedarville are parents of a daughter born today in Freeport Memorial Hospital. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Keneth Pierson of Forreston. Born Saturday was a son to Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNett, 802 S. Liberty Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cox Jr., West Stephenson Street Road, are parents of a daughter born Saturday. A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Drew Duitsman ".' Forreston. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Mor- ardt of Lanark are parents of son born Saturday. 'orients At Memorial Medical patients in Freeport Memorial are Mrs. Jess Hage- nann, 1140 S. West Ave.; Mrs. idward Williams, 859 W. Lin- oln Blvd.; Glenn Woodward, 258 W. Violet St.; Mrs. Ronald Zwiefelhofer, Freeport Route 1; oseph Stephan, Pearl City; .Irs. Cyril Schuckert, Stockton; /Irs. C. F. Isenberger, Lanark; nd Ronald Wilhelms of Shanon. Surgical patients include Miss 'enny Erickson, 1133 W. Stephnson St.; Mrs. Sherman Gundy, 821 S-. 17th Ave.; Richard [art, 1804 N. Ridge Drive; Henry Trepus, 1433 S. Oak Ave.; Irs. Robert Wright 524 E. hawnee St.; Mrs. John Durling, Lena; Steven Solace, Winslow; •Irs. Ralph Taylor, Cranford, .; and Robert Bartch and Roscoe Calhoun, both of Stockon. Tonsillectomy patients are William Bollon, 516& N. Van Bur en Ave.; Amy Gastel, 854 N. Empire St.; and Dawn Lenz, 27 E. Illinois St. MRS. EDWARD A. ROSENOW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lamb, 710 S. Harlem Ave., received her M.S. degree in education from Northern Illinois University, DcKalb, on June 8. She will continue to teach kindergarten in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenow reside at 405 r ,i S. Main St., Sycamore. (Dau Miss Sandra Strohacker, aughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert trohacker, 1310 W. Stover St., ecently graduated from Conti- ental Airlines hostess training chool at Los Angeles Interna- ional Airport. She has been as- igned to Denver, Colo. Royal- and Select Masters meet in the Masonic Temple Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. * Royal Arch Masons meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ma- ionic Temple. * Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Eagles Hall. Refreshments will . be icrved. The Kiwanis Club will meet Tuesday at St. Vincent's Home 'or Children for luncheon and tour of the home. Reunions ,AMEYER-VIEL The annual Lameyer-Viel reunion will be Thursday at Read ark pavilion. Share-a-dish dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. MILLER-LANG The 39th annual Miller-Lang reunion will be Sunday at Krape 3 ark in the closed shelter house Proclamations Issued For 4th Special observance of the upcoming Fourth of July weekend on patriotic notes has been announced. Mayor Joe D. Shelly of Freeport has proclaimed Thursday, July 4, as "Bells on Independence Day" and the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce is desig- ating July 4-7 as "Rededication Weekend." Shelly urges all bells in the ity be rung for two minutes t 1 p.m. in cooperation with nationwide bell ringing observ- nce to recognize America's ommitment to freedom and the acrifices involved. Display of the American flag nd thoughts of the nation's men ow fighting in Vietnam are sked by the mayor. State Chamber President E. tanley Enlund has called on 11 Illinois citizens to observe timely statewide campaign s a "spiritual attack" on mounting violence and lawless- ess in the nation today. "To reserve our heritage, and in act, to survive, the American eople must rededicate them- elves to the principles which reated this nation and made strong," Enlund said. Jbrary Receives Canadian Films 'Ehe Freeport Public Library as received three new films rom the Canadian Travel Film brary which are available to nterested groups or individuals. "To Labrador For Brook Trout" — Lee Wulff and his wife compete for the mettle- ome trout in Labrador's treams. 'Breath Of Spring" - Filmed in British Columbia, this picture aptures nature's new life which appears each spring. "Dreamland" — The splendor •f the Canadian Rockies, the owns of Banff and Jasper, a tory-book village, animal zoo and glimpses of roadside nature are presented in this film of he vacation paradise of Al- )erta. Dr. H. E. Held At Scout Program Dr. Harold E. Held, 1254 S. Carroll Ave., is participating in he volunteer training program at Philmont Scout Ranch and xplorer Base in Cimarron, N.M. Dr. Held is enrolled in the conservation conference which part of a national training >rogram sponsored by the na- ional council of the Boy Scouts of America. He is council president of the lanyon District, U.S. Grant Council. ZUGSCHWERDT Chadwick Park will be the icene for the Zugschwerdt re union at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. SCHEIDER Seventy-one people attended the 43rd annual Scheider reunion Sunday at Krape Park. Lewis Scheider was the oldest membe present and Neal Fehr was tb youngest. BINGNER Bingner reunion will 12:30 p.m. Sunday in be a Krapi Park. Those attending are askei to bring a picnic lunch, tab! service and coffee. Lemonad will be furnished. Marriage Licenses AT FRl-CKPORT . Russell li. Uitbworfli .. Joscphlm: I. Schmelzer Curlls liUwln Will ..,, urcinueviii Vickie Lynn l-luegcl Dukot Arthur R. Pentlcoff Freepor Kathy Marie Jensen Rockto Freepoi ... sam Orungevill Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 4 Mon., July 1, 1968 HCC Budget Hearing Set For Tuesday Highland Community College Board will hold a public hearing on its tentative budget at 7:30 D.m. Tuesday in the College Center. The budget totals $1,725,377 in expenditures for the building and educational funds, including $38,119 in tax anticipation warrants. . It is based upon a 7.5-cent :ax levy increase, for a total of 25 cents per $100 assessed valuation, the maximum levy allowed the college under state law. Action on the final budget is expected to come after the public hearing. Highland will not hold classes July 4 and 5. The library will close at 6 p.m. Wednesday and open at 12 noon on July 8. Heavy Rains Last Week At 'Y' Camp Activities at YMCA Camp Archibald last week were somewhat curtailed because of heavy rains, according to Roy Price, camp director. Price said activity was confined for the most part to the camp lodge. He noted, however, tht one full day of scheduled classes was met with favorable weather. A camp shelter house under construction, Price said, would have been useful in providing additional activities. The shelter iiouse is a gift to the camp from Mrs. Paul Seitz. Honor campers for the period were Dirk Harrison, Roy Under- bill, Tim Zimmerman and Bill Metcalf. The traditional "Bonehead Award" went to Joey Lownik after his rare experience with raccoon he had chased up a tree. Yachfsman Near End Of Journey PORTSMOUTH, England (AP) — Lone yachtsman Alec Rose, almost home from his 28,000-mile voyage around the world in his ketch Lively Lady, sailed slowly up the English Channel today, swigging champagne and escorted by two British Navy minesweepers. The bespectacled, 59-year-old grocer is expected to bring his yacht into Portsmouth, his home, Tuesday after 317 days at sea. The minesweeper delivered a basket of fruit and bottles of champagne to Rose Sunday. Rose left Portsmouth last July 16. Russia To Allow Social Security Payments WASHINGTON (AP) - The State Department says an agreement has been reached with the Soviet Union on paying Social Security and other benefits to persons living in that country. The department estimated about $700,000 in accrued benefits going back to 1952 are due about 100 persons or their families residing in Russia. It said the reciprocal agreement reached over the weekend at the same time provides for Soviet payments to persons liv ing in the United States. There was no estimate on the number of persons in this coun try entitled to such payments. Deaths, Funerals THE TREATY OF 1868 between Navahos and the U.S. government was recreated at old Fort Stunner, N!M., Sunday as a Navaho playing the part of a chief signs the document giving the tribe its freedom. Army officers were portrayed by others taking part in the centennial observance.—AP Photofax. Sfrucfo Asks Annexation Af Tonight's Council Session A petition for annexation of Structo Division, King-Seeley Thermos Co., will be read by the City Council tonight. The petition was filed when the plant hooked on to the city sewer system. The Structo site became contiguous to the city when the company donated a tract of land for the flood control project, providing easement for the dike and Pecatonica surplus - water channel. There will be a recommendation from the finance committee to allocate $3,000 for a neighborhood analysis, required for re- certification of the city's workable program which is necessary to secure additional federal housing or urban renewal funds. Ordinance on Dump A new ordinance will be given irst reading authorizing the health commissioner to determine and post notice of the days and hours when refuse may be brought to the city dump, and o close the operation to the jublic one hour before the operator goes off duty, to assure that debris will be covered each day. Nominations for the Citizens Relocation Committee, to work n finding housing for residents displaced by local or federal jrojects, will come up for con- 'irmation. Annual reports submitted by ;he Freeport Human Relations Commission and the city treasurer will be received. A request will be read from Freeport Jaycees asking for closing of one street for the soap box derby Saturday, July 20, and for a practice session on Thursday, July 11. The street preferred for the derby is West Empire between Benson Boulevard and the east end of the Empire School, which has two center lanes available for the race and the two outer lanes for spectators. A second choice would be West American Street from Park Boulevard east to Homestead, but this is considered less advantageous for official control. Use of North Mernitz Avenue from West Stephenson Street to Crestwood Drive is requested for the practice session. Zoning Report The Zoning Board of Appeals has recommended two sideyard variances for Joseph M. Reid, 407 W. Moseley St., and Edward Graf, 1719 S. Harlem Ave. A third request from Mrs. Bessie Clock, 820 S. Adams Ave., for setback variance, was received by the board, which reports it has postponed action because no one appeared at the hearing on behalf of the petitioner. A resolution has been prepared approving performance bonds provided by the two contractors engaged to carry out the city's $5-million sanitary sewer collector and treatment system. Annexation petitions have also been received covering the property of Vernon Stine, 53 S. Louis Ave.; Robert A. Nye, Pearl City Road; and Ronald Folgate, cor ner of Factory St. and S. Walnut Ave. ' Other Ordinances There will be first reading oi an ordinance to annex property of the First Church of the Open Bible on West Stephenson Road An ordinance to change the zoning of Lof 1 in the Maple wood Subdivision, to p e r m i multiple housing, will come up for second reading. The change was recommended unanimously by the City Planning Commis sion. The council meeting is sched uled at 7:30 p.m. in the counci chamber of the City Hall. Downtown Traff/c Changes Approved trad bury Infant Robert Lee Bradbury, infant on of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bradbury of 713 S. Oak Aye., died in his home Sunday night of natural causes. He was born May 19 in Freeport, son of Eugene and Helen Stilson) Bradbury. Surviving are his parents; a brother, Eugene Jr. at home; lis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stilson and Mr. and Mrs. James Bradbury Sr., all of Freeport; and his great-grandmothers, Mrs. Lillian Bradbury of Indiana and Mrs. Joseph irvin of Thomson. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in City Cemetery. . Local arrangements are being made by Burke-Tubbs Funeral rlome. Meier Iniant Graveside service was held Saturday in Oakwood Cemetery, Geneseo, for Thomas Paul Meier, infant son of Truman and Kay (Hellebuyck) Meier, 603 S. Carroll Ave. The infant died Friday morning in Freeport Memorial Hospital where he was born Thursday evening. Local arrangements were made by Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home. Surviving are his parents; a sister, Kimberly at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meier of Geneseo and Mrs. Mary Hellebuyck of Moline; and his great-grandfather, Matthew Evans of Moline. by two sons, two sisters and two brothers. Funeral arrangements are pending at Frank Funeral Home in Chadwick. Arthur Ellis WINSLOW — Arthur Ellis of rural Winslow died Saturday night in Freeport Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. He was born Jan. 8, 1891, in Winslow, son of Theodore and Nettie (Lincoln) Ellis. He married Amy Buss in Lena on Dec. 20, 1917. Mr. Ellis farmed in Winslow Township most of his life. Surviving are his widow; a son, Merwyn of Walworth, Wis.; two daughters, Mrs. Clifford (Corabelle) Reuber of Winslow and Mrs. Theron (Dorothy) Ditzler of Pearl City; three sisters, Mrs. Addie Buss of Lena, Mrs. Lola Splinter of Winslow, and Mrs. Ruth Carter of Freeport; two brothers, Clarence of Forreston and Edgar of Lena; 12 grandchildren; and four great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Winslow United Methodist Church. The Rev. Benjamin White, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Freeport. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at Leamon Funeral Home in Winslow. A memorial fund has been established for the church. Three changes in downtown Freeport traffic patterns will be made about the middle of this month to promote better flow, especially during rush hours. Mayor Joe D. Shelly said the exact date will be announced later. The changes were approved • by the district State Highway Department engineer Des Plaines Officials Study Plaza Mayor Joe D. Shelly announced today that Des Plaines Mayor Herbert Behrel and other officials of the Chicago suburb will visit Freeport Tuesday to examine the downtown plaza progress. The Des Plaines delegation, Mayor Shelly and other officials will tour the plaza in the morning and have lunch as guests of Greater Downtown Freeport, Inc. at noon at the Hotel Freeport. Des Plaines officials are reportedly interested in the mall- plaza idea for their city. at Dixon during a visit by Shelly last week. Revisions were proposed by the City Council traffic and parking committee and City Engineer Robert L. Kintzel. Eastbound Illinois 75 traffic will be routed east on Douglas, south on Adams, east on Main for one block, north on Liberty for a block and then east on Stephenson. Presently the eastbound . Illinois 75 traffic turns left at the intersection of Adams and Stephenson. The two blocks of Stephenson Street between Liberty and State that is now two-way traffic will revert to one-way westbound. A single block of Chicago Avenue between Douglas and Clark will become two-way. Presently it is one-way southbound. One aim of the Illinois 75 route change for eastbound traffic is to eliminate congestion at the corner of Stephenson and Adams. The approved change was originally advocated by city officials to the State Highway Department when construction started on the downtown plaza, Shelly points out. Westbound traffic for Illinois 75 through the downtown will continue in the present pattern. The route is west on Stephenson, north on Adams and west on Clark. Alda G. Saxby PEARL CITY — Alda G. Saxby, a resident of Benjamin Stephenson Nursing Home and formerly of Pearl City, died Sunday night in Freeport Memorial Hospital. She was born April 25, 1880, in Stephenson County, daughter of Charles and Eliza (Benson) Saxby. Surviving are two grandsons and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Offenheiser Funeral Home, Pearl City. The Rev. Merle Hawbecker of Lanark will officiate. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Theresa Rogers SAVANNA — Mrs. Theresa Rogers of Savanna died Saturday afternoon in Mercy Hospital, Clinton, Iowa. She was 84. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Lester Mitchell of Savanna; three grandchildren; six great- grandchildren; and a brother, Charles Hill of Detroit, Mich. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call after 7 tonight at Law-Jones Funeral Home, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 tonight. Mrs. Harry Blakeslee CHADWICK — Mrs. Harry (Anna) Blakeslee of rural Chadwick died at her home Sunday night following an apparenl heart attack. She was born Sept. 3, 1897 in Morrison, daughter of Free and Julia Beveroth. Mrs. Blakeslee was a member of Morrison Lutheran Church. Surviving are her husband; two sons, Arnold of West Chicago and William of Mount Carroll; three daughters, Mrs. Ro bert (Judy) Hall of Toledo Iowa, Mrs. Lloyd (Marilyn) Brown of Manchester, Iowa, and Mrs. William (JoAnn) Scott o Savanna; 15 grandchildren; two brothers, Herman and Paul both of Morrison; and a sister Mrs. Ella Buckwald of Morri son. She was preceded in death Mrs. Emerson Lobcfell LENA — Mrs. Emerson Helen) Lobdell of Lena died aturday night in Freeport Memorial Hospital following an ex- ended illness. She was born July 20, 1912, n Eleroy, daughter of L. R. nd Anna (Biesemeier) Wagner. he was married to Emerson ,obdell June 18, 1933, in Lena. Mrs. Lobdell served as assist- nt secretary to West Point Fire nsurance Co., and was on the ounty committee for American ,'ancer Society. She was a mem- >er of Lena Good Shepherd Lu- heran Church, Lena Woman's M> and Winslow Homemakers Extension Unit. Surviving are her husband; a on, Roger of Lena; two grand- ons; and a brother, Harold, also of Lena. She was preceded n death by her parents. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Good Shep- lerd Lutheran Church, with Dr. K. E. Irvin officiating. Burial will be in Lena Burial Park. Friends may call at Leamon 'uneral Home, Lena, after 2 ).m. Tuesday. A memorial has )een established for the cancer und. Mayflower Link Indicated Freeport A/den Traces Family Tree John Alden Views Documents By MAUREEN JENSEN Journal-Standard Reporter John Brewster Alden, 858 W. Elk St., believes he's found evidence that proves him a 10th generation direct descendant of John Alden — the shy young man of the early 1600s who was the go-between in the courtship of Miles Standish and Priscilla Mullin. "Proving my ancestry was time consuming," the Freeport resident said. "I searched through family records at the State Historical Library in Madison, Wis., each night for six months. "The whole idea of getting to the bottom of my ancestry seemed a trifle impossible," Mr. Alden said. "I began in the dark, without so much as knowing my grand father's name. The research wasn't easy but I'll have to admit it was interesting enough. Traces Family Line A few employes of the state library in Madison were ex- tremely helpful and some seemed as interested in my family background as I was. "I made photostat copies of all records of my descendants, the coat of arms and my ancestor's signatures." He said he was able to trace the family line from its beginning in Massachusetts to Connecticut, to New York and from there to Michigan and later to Dakota, 111. "Along with the Alden coat of arms I also discovered that whether or not I have any legal right to it can be debated. It seems that the genealogy of my ancestor is not certain," he said. "I learned that John Alden was orphaned at an early age and had to be raised by his uncles in England. Unless the history of John Alden can successfully be traced further, no descendant of his may have a right to claim the family Coat of Arms." Mayflower Society Mr. Alden has applied for membership in the Society of Mayflower Descendants and is awaiting acceptance. The society was organized in 1894 by direct descendants of Mayflower passengers. Purpose of the organization, Alden said, is to preserve their memory, their records, their history and all the facts relating to them, their ancestors and their posterity. " John Alden was born in 1599. When he was 21 he worked his way to America as a "copper" tending the cargo aboard the Mayflower. In December of 1620, three months after the ship had set sail, a new colony was begun at Plymouth, Mass. Many died that first winter, three of whom were the parents and brother of Priscilla Mullin, 18, who in 1623, became John Alden's wife. Becomes Legend Alden is remembered most for the role he played in the triangle courtship of Standish, Priscilla and himself. John, according to Mr. Alden's finding, was serving as „ ioldier under Standish, his good friend and captain. He courtec Priscilla for Standish and pro. posed to her for him. Standish's plan backfired. Ti Alden's stand-in proposal, Pris cilia replied, "If I am not worth the wooing, I am surely no worth the winning. Speak foi thyself John" - John did, and they were married. Priscilla Lives On The 20th century Mr. Alden is employed by Micro Switch is married and has five child ren. There is still a PriscilL in the Alden family, his sister Mrs. Neal Bade of Dakota. Mr. Alden said he wants trace his mother's genealogy. "I have this strong hunch, he said, "that my mother's an cestors, the Butterfields, migh just have been the organizer of the pony express and stag, coach run. "There's no telling who might discover on the other sid of the 'tree'", he said. Leroy Piper POLO — Leroy Piper of Polo died in his home Sunday morn- ng. He was superintendent of the sewer disposal department for many years and recently served two terms as alderman. He was born Sept. 4, 1890, n rural Polo, son of Lawrence and Mary (Quest) Piper. On April 12, 1914, he married Delia Paul in Polo. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Marjory Sprangle of Rock Falls; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother, Fred of Sterling; and ;wo sisters, Mrs. George (Ollie) Gatz of Polo and Mrs. Earl (Ada) Toms. Funeral service will be at 1:30 3.m. Tuesday in Benson-Mc- bb Funeral Home in Polo. The Rev. Arthur Hunn, pastor of Polo Church of the Brethren, will officiate. Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 tonight. FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME Cor. N. Walnut and W. Galena Phone 232-M13 TUESDAY BRADBURY, Hobort Lee, (Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Bradbury Sr.); 10 a.m. Graveside Service at City Cemetery. No visitation. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galena Avenue Phone 232-9017 G. T. Schwarz, W. R. Cramer WEDNESDAY SAXBY, Alia G.; 2 p.m. at the Ofrcnhclser Funeral Home, Pearl City. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday. WALKER MORTUARY 321 West Main Street Phone 232-9514 TUESDAY RAVliNSCHOI-'T, Kenneth Lynn; 9::iO a.m. graveside services •! Oakland Cemetery. No visitation.