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Western Germany, under occupation since the ; I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. ' Pricp of Bentonvillc; one Rrcat : irrandfather, \V. A. Taylor of F:iy| t'tto, Mo., and one Rre.it grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Rash of Macedonia, lowa. Funeral services will he con-' ducted at 3 p. m. tomorrow at, Hums Funeral Chapel hy the liev. 1 Carl B. Chism, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church. Burial will he in Rogers cemetery. : Charlti L. Colton Lincoln-(Special'-Funeral services for Charles L. Colton. 72. who: died nt his home May 31. will he i tomorrow at 2:30 p.m.'in the MÂ«th- ' orlist Church at Evansville, hv the . Rev. Walter Fennel. Burial' will ; be in the Academy cemetery under Mhe direction of the I.UKirrfmel Funeral Home of Lincoln. Survivors include his wife. F.I.in I Colton of the home; six daughter.-:. Mrs. N'ova Coswell. Mrs. Jimmy Lovejoy, Mi-,.. K a t e Reed, and Mrs. Clnrene PMIIips. all '.f Kvans- vilin. and Mrs. Margaret Piul.iv Chir.-icn. Ill , and Mrs. Ancelina Schmidt of St. Louis. Mo; Five sons, Pat, Charles and Clint Colton of Monlesana, \V.ish.. Bob Cul'.on of Kvanr-ville. nnil Walter Lee Coltnn of UK. U.S. Army: 22 erandchildren ao.l thr-e Kreat Â«randchildren; l-.vo sisters Mrs L li. While nf Kviinsvilli'. and Miss .luli.'i Cnllnn of Miami, Fla. George W. Drummond I.inc..in - iSnoei.il' - C,,-orcf W. : DrUM-ni:.nd. m. resident of Lincoln f.n- tiio pact 2.1 years, died a! Â· his hr.mo last niqhl He was a member of ihe Masonic Lodge for !he pa-! . : in yeai;- .'IM;| a member of the Presbyterian Church at Lin- Mr, nnimmond is survived bv hi-, wife Florence !'.;( han.vi Drummond nf the home, and one out of Hollywood clamor upotj sisior. Mrs. Clara TatÂ». Bethany. A ' - t i r * Â· Poi-nth-. JVrn-.'.l V-TI.I Ij fiuctcfj loinoirow iiftprnoon a oVlfK-k in llio Linrnln UJT- irmn fhuirh hv Dr. *Kr RiTU'ctrr. Huri.'il will l^r- jti Canr Hill rcmr'fiy, iiiidcr thr iTftmn nf l.upmbur-1 Funrr.n H nf Lincoln. I :nc ri the II,.' A::' H'.v: p.Â« ! Â«Â·-,Â·(, .,, .!':ip.-i\ Mar:!vi M-,:,,',,- ,-.f n,e 1 firÂ». Mis'; Arnold took a m-.rc ,-on- i "He'.-, Â» ri alory position Sh* - ^ l i ) no 1 r.i,- -.-rT" s.-i. ' -T re.-Knnsbl" rich'-, -n Â·.-. i" :!.Â· '' '' I'll she vi ,iH ;hr'- e-.ini: !Â·. o.ur r..,i,n ;Â·Â· "'"'"'Â·' '" pjnr.li..' II:.- ; ,:!,,.:Â· Â· ,.-i ,;Â· .'i!.. 'icr altiiMicv's of- mt lor the .-n if lhÂ» Wir.hing- 'i-i'I ji-- ir. ij,')pn;i-.Â» ,- -. ;p n.-. A Ex-Mrs. DiAAaggio , Doesn't Want Son i In Smart Set Yet Record Relief for SOUR STOMACH DiM.-Hini'i's r\-\vifp is rnRi-i'ri Ihf* fop-prr Ynnkno Clipper r;m korp rifiht nn K"HIC ph'^s w i t h .lor ,Jr.--;is Nine ;is Ihf Iwn M;IV TUMS FOR THE TUMMY DR. DONALD A. FLETCHER Physician I). C. announces the opening of hi"-, now o f f i c e at 907 NORTH COLLEGE AVcMjE a c r o - s the street !r.~m thr NORTH SIDE DRUGSTORE o f f i c e 687 home 1068 resources, more aerable land, out-produces, has a larger'nationa! income, has more people employed and exports more goods than" Louis Gay Stockfcrd Loir* Giy Fi:n-k!nrrl. -ill. veteran University employe, (iird nt S:30 a. in. nrlsy in hi-:' lim-o. Tin ^Vo:-, 4 . D^up];!-. aft:-r nn Hl'ir^ Â·-.; !U.\ niont!;F:. He wns horn nt Z\vnl- lf. I.a.. the pnn of Charles and Nnncy Storkford. nnd hnd been n resident of Fnyetfeville since !92ii. He had hem employer! as n painter nt the University for the past 22 yell's, and was a member of the Bantist Church. He was a pnst master of Wash- incton Lndpe Nn. 1, Free and Ac- repled Masons, and har] a lifetime membership in the Inilee: was a member anrl past com- Fianrler of Baldwin Commanriery No. 4: wns a member and pnst high priest of Far West Chapter No. 1: and was a member of-Scimitar Shrine Temple in Little Rock. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Niincy Stopkfonri. of the home; six riauphters. Mrs. Colleen Urhnnak of Flushing. N. Y.. Mrs. Gretchrn Ojlssonhoven of Norwalk. Calif., ' Mrs. Kloise Campbell of Gainsville. Fla., Mrs. Lurille Ferguson of K.iyettoville. rjnd Mrs. Robbie Ann \Viiliam.-nn mid Miss Mary Gail St-.rkford. both of Houston, Texas; one fin, David Stoekford, of the ' home; two half-brolhors. Clark Stoi-kford nf Tuckahoe. N. V.. and Gi:s IhMid of Portnaehes, Texas; and three srp.ndehildron. Fi'Tiei;;! nrran^emeiUs. under the tlireetin-i of Nelson" Funeral H..'!!'.Â». sre iricom^lcle. John Williom Jock Funeral services for John William .lark, (in, v:ho died yesterday in his home nn Route R, will be eondueted tomorrow at 2 p. m. in Moore's Funeral Chapel by (hoi Rev. Arnold Simpson. Ruria] will be in the Fairview eemetcry. Valorie Joy Price I Rojrers-lSpecial i - Valorie .loy: Priee, two-year-old daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Georjro Herman I Priee of Rollers, died Sunday a t ' the home of her uncle. Roy Prii-e.' She had been critically ill with leukemia. . Survivin;: are the parents; onei sister, Charlotte Kee Price of the home; the maternal grandparents,, Mr. and Mrs. .lames Taylor of. Council Bluff, Iowa; the paternal! Whoever you are...Whatever you SELF" WINDING SHOCK- RESISTANT ANTIMAGNETIC 17 JEWEL GRUEN PRECISION MOVEMENT Can be hand-wound,^ if desired. L I B E . R A L T E R M S Your Credit h Always Good at T E R M S A R R A N G E D T O S U I T Y O U DAD'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 15th! DOORS OPEN AT 9 A.M.! OPEN WEAVE SKIP DENT DRESS SHIRTS Â· COOL SHEER COMFORT!! 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