Chicago Sunday Tribune
Sunday, October 3,1948
Malgamated Lithographers of America, Local No. 4. Frances Martinez, member died Oct. 1, 1948, Resting at chapel, 1439 W. Taylor street. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, 1948, at 10 a.m., at Notre Dame church, 1338 W. Flournoy street.
George A. Canary-President
Calumet Council, No. 632, K. of C. Members meet at chapel, 7705 Cottage Grove avenue, Sunday, at 8 p.m., to pay respects to our late Brother Knight, Dennis H. Shea.
Thomas Gavin, G.K.
Calumet Council, No. 632, K. of C. Members meet at chapel, 7705 Cottage Grove avenue, Monday, Oct. 4, at 8 p.m. to pay respects to our late Brother Knight Patrick Buckley.
Thomas Gavin, G.K.
Samels- A monument will be dedicated in memory of Ronald Samels, beloved son of Ruth and Louis Samels, loving brother of Joy Rabin, Sunday, Oct. 10, 4 p.m., at Rosemont Park cemetery.
Binkert- Gertrude M. Binkert. In loving memory of our beloved wife and mother, who passed away two years ago today on her birthday. The shock my dear shall never heal as each new day brings back only beautiful memories. Our greetings sent thru prayer. Anniversary high mass Monday, 6:45 a.m. at St. Nicholas of Tolentine church.
Loving Husband, daughter and son
Burgert- Frank B. Burgert.
In memory of our loving brother, brothers-in-law and uncle who passed away one year ago today.
The Burgert Family
Calo- Peter Calo, Oct. 3, 1945. In loving tribute to the memory of a dear husband and wonderful father.
Devoted Wife and Daughters
Cirone- Arcangela Cirone. In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away five years ago today. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of a dear wife and mother we loved and will never forget.
Loving Husband, Daughter, and Sons
Clemage- Rose Clemage. Miss you, Pal.
Helen, Mac and Sara
Gatto- August Gatto, who passed to his eternal reward six years ago today.
Loving Sons and Daughters
Gertsen- Nels Gertsen. In loving memory of our dear husband and father on his birthday.
Forever In Our Hearts Gertsen Family
Grund- Peter J. Grund, Our dear Daddy, four years ago today.
In the Book of Life there are memories Of the happiest moments we have known.
Loving Wife and Daughter, Nancy
Lilja- Fred Lilja. In loving memory of our dear husband and father who passed away Oct. 3, 1942. Just a token of love and remembrance to one we shall never forget.
Loving Wife and Children
Lund- Cpl. Clayton J. Lund. In memory of our beloved Clay, killed over Italy, Oct. 1, 1944.
Mom and Dad
Major- Jack W. Major. In loving memory of our Jackie on his 22nd birthday. Though you have left us in this land, We know that you will guard us from above, Close by our side your spirit will stand, For death can never be the death of love.
Heartbroken Monm, Sisters, Brothers, and Little “Rollo”
Sherry- Samuel H. Sherry, Oct. 3, 1947. Precious memories forever enshrined in my heart.
Zuliani- Pvt. Raymond E. Zuliani, died of wounds in France, Oct. 3, 1944. While he lies in peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep.
Loving Mother and Sisters.
Alexeff-Jacob Alexeff, Sept. 25, at San Diego, Cal., formerly of 118 S. Waller avenue, Chicago, beloved husband of Lina, dear father of Walter and Leona, step-father of John Kokes. Resting at funeral home, 5708 W. Madison street. Graveside service Tuesday, 2 p.m., at Concordia cemetery. Austin 7-2012.
Amaismeier-Henry J. Amaismeier, beloved brother of Justine Peterson, William P., Florence Millicote, Joseph, Anna Williams and Marie Caflisch. Services Monday, 2:30 p.m., at funeral home, 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue. Interment Acacia Park. Member of Vega lodge, No. 1083, A.F. & A.M.
Anderson-Agnes V. Anderson, beloved wife of Henry, dear mother of Edith Tuitman, fond sister of Astrid Allen of Kirkwood, Mo., and the late Margot Wennsten and Eskil Johnson, also two brothers in Sweden. Service Monday, Oct. 4, 3 p.m., at chapel, 1107 W. 79th street. Interment Cedar Park.
Axelson-Ida M. Axelson, of 6035 N. Hermitage avenue, beloved wife of Nels, fond mother of Alda Nord, Hazel Emory, Selma Walters, Clifton and the late Inez, grandmother of six, great-grandmother of one. Service Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 3905-07 Lincoln avenue. Interment Memorial Park.
Anderson-Betzy T. Anderson, nee Heyland, beloved wife of Algot. Resting at chapel 207 N. Vail avenue, Arlington Heights. Service 3 p.m., Monday, Oct. 4, at St. Peter’s Ev. Luth. Church. Interment St. Paul’s cemetery, Mount Prospect.
Baker-William Baker, 0f 67 Chappel avenue, beloved husband of Ruth, nee Chesler, dear father of Arthur and Owen, loving son of Louis and Anna Laskey, fond brother of Arthur, Minnie and Harry Laskey and Betty Shanfeld. Service Sunday, 11 a.m., at chapel, 6935 Stony Island avenue. Interment Oak Woods.
Ballou-Elizabeth Yost Ballou, Sept. 30, at Whittier, Calif., beloved mother of Ralph N., of Naperville and Ray A. Ballou of Whittier, Calif., grandmother of R. Taylor Ballou and Karen Ballou, sister of Grant A. Yost of Chicago. Resting at funeral home 235 S. Washington street, Naperville, Ill., Saturday evening. Funeral 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 3 Interment Naperville.
Baron-S/Sgt. Joseph P. Baron, killed in action May 22, 1945, on Mindaneo, dear brother of Mary F., uncle of Laverne. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 2325 S. California avenue. Inerment St. Adalberts.
Barby-Richard T. Barry, of 4328 Monroe street, retired Lt., Chicago Police Dept., son of the late James H. and Margaret Barry, brother of the late Mary F. Manning, uncle of James H. Manning. Funeral Monday, 10 a.m., from chapel, 4817 Madison street, to St. Mel’s church. Burial Mount Carmel. Member of P.B.A. Austin 7- 1137.
Bauer-Chester G. Bauer, Beloved father of Mrs. Jacqueline Scharf, dear son of Mrs. Mary R. Bossi and the late Frederick C. Bauer, brother of Edward F. Service Monday, 2:30 p.m., at parlors, 67th street and Dorchester avenue. Interment Mount Hope.
Beich-Albert Beich, of 1066 Elmridge drive, Glencoe, confectionery manufacturer. Friends may call Sunday. Funeral service will be private at the home.
Bentel-Pvt. Fred L. Bentel, U.S.A. , killed in action at St. Lo, France, July 30, 1944, beloved husband of Lucille Bentel, fond father of Barbara, son of Fred and Vendella Bentel, brother of Adolph, George and Vendell Chastain. Funeral Tuesday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 3175 N. Clark street, to Rosehill cemetery. Remains will arrive Monday noon.
Bentley-John R. Bentley, of 850 Lake Shore drive, Sept. 30, 1948, beloved husband of Anna Clark Bentley. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. Interment private.
Blair-Agnes Blair, nee Wallace, Sept. 30, 1948, age 85 years, of 6104 Kenwood avenue, widow of Thomas H. Blair, beloved mother of T. Harvey, Bretland A., James K., and the late Marion May Blair, sister of Mrs. Margaret Nisbet, grandmother of Mrs. Marion Risan and B. Harvey Blair, great grandmother of Donald and James Risan. Service at chapel, 7509 Stony Island avenue, Monday, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Mount Hope, information Fairfax 4-2900.
Blonski-Jacob Blonski, beloved husband of Katie, fond father of Thelma, Maure J. Blons, Rose Herman and Hylda Rose, dear grandfather of seven grandchildren. Funeral Sunday, Oct. 3, at 11:30 a.m., at chapel 936 E. 47 street. Interment Westlawn cemetery.
Bodamer-Ralph Bodamer Sr., husband of Edith, loving father of Mrs. Ruth Haines, Ralph Jr., and Grace Garrett, fond grandfather of three, brother of Mrs. Grace Busch. Resting at chapel, 851 E. 76th street. Service Monday, Oct. 4, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Oak Woods.
Bordell-Pvt. LeRoy Bordell, U. S. A, killed in action in Germany, Feb 27, 1945, formerly of 6408 S. Sangamon street, beloved son of William and the late Irene Maloney Bordell, dear father of Carol and Gloria. Funeral Monday, at 2 p.m., from funeral home, 712 W. 31st street. Interment Bethania cemetery. Information Victory 2-1158.
Bostrom-Gustav Emil Bostrom, 9153 Laflin street, Oct. 1, 1948, beloved husband of Hannah Bostrom, father of Amy Nelson, William Bostrom, Florence Johnson and Paul Bostrom. At chapel 2121 W. 95th street, until noon Monday. Services at Grace Baptist church, 78th street and Normal avenue, Monday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m. Interment Oakhill.
Boudart-S/Sgt. Raymond Boudart, of Co. I, 136th Infantry, U. S. A., formerly of 1114 Ridge road, Wilmette , killed in action on Leyte Island, Oct. 21, 1944, son of Peter and Anna Thalman Boudart, brother of Mary Anne, Frank, Eugene and Clarence Boudart. Funeral Wednesday, at 9 a.m., from chapel, 725 Ridge road, Wilmette, to St. Joseph’s church. Interment local.
Boyad-Dr. George Boyad, D.D.S., Oct. 1, of 600 N. Spaulding avenue, beloved husband of Clara E., brother of Ivan, five sisters and one brother in Bulgaria. Services Monday, Oct. 4, 2:30 p.m., at chapel, 124-126 Madison street at Lombard avenue, Oak Park. Interment Oakridge. Odd Fellow service by Union lodge, No. 9, I.O.O.F., 2:30 p.m. at chapel. Member of Union Park lodge, No. 610, A.F. & A.M., York chapter, No. 148, R.A.M. and Illinois Circle, No. 621, Protective Home Circle and Superior Rebekah lodge No. 18, I.O.O.F.
Bruggemeyer-Albert E. Bruggemeyer, at Pasadena, Cal, husband of the late Mary J., father of Mancha, Albert, Fred and the late Richard, brother of Mancha of Monterey Park, Cal. And Nellie of Los Angeles. Charter member of William McKinley lodge, No. 876, A.F. & A.M. Remains will rest at chapel, 7319 Madison street, Forest Park, late Monday. Masonic service Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 1:30p.m., thence to Graceland cemetery.
Buck-Fred E. Buck, late of 1543 S. Kostner avenue, beloved husband of Myrtle, nee Sengstock, loving father of Betty Jane Hughes, brother of Elmer, Alvin, and Florence Peterson, grandfather of Suzette and Terry. Service Monday, Oct. 4, at 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 2534 S. Pulaski road. Interment Oakridge. Lawndale 1-3972.
Buckley-Patrick Buckley, Oct. 2, beloved husband of the late Margaret Rice Buckley, father of David J., Mrs. Margaret O’ Connell, the Rev. P.J. Buckley, and the late John M. Buckley, grandfather of the Rev. John P. O’Connell, Sister Margaret Phillip, O.P., Mrs. Margaret J. Williams, Mary Agnes O’Connell, Mrs. Gertrude Schiavone, Mrs. Mary Luxen. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 7706 Cottage Grove avenue, to St. Columbanus church. Interment Mount Olive.
Busch-Mary Busch, nee Trachsel, of 11636 Princeton avenue, beloved wife of the late Louis, devoted mother of Bertha Rossi, Mary Lerch, Elizabeth Dsida, John, Josephine, Seymour, Julia Zuccolo, Martha Tesolin, Edward, of Southgate, Cal. And the late Fred and Louis, sister of Margaret Thomas and Fred Trachsel. Resting at mortuary, 12 E. 112th place. Funeral Tuesday, at 9 a.m., to St. Nicholas church. Interment Holy Sepulchre.
Butcher-Frank Butcher, formerly of Chicago, now of Los Angeles, beloved husband of Julia, father of Bernice, Loretta, Charles and Thomas; brother of Peter, Herman, John, William and Henry. Interment and funeral in Los Angeles.
Cahill-George H. Cahill, of 5316 W. 24th street, beloved husband of Margaret, nee McCarthy, loving father of Marion McGonigal, Kevin, Robert, James, Gerald and the late Terence Cahill. Remains at funeral home, 2307 S. Laramie avenue. Funeral notice later. Olympic 200.
Calabrese- See Rose Di Giacomo notice
Campbell-Mary E. Campbell, beloved mother of Corinne, daughter of the late Catherine Harrington, sister of Harriet Kelly, John Harrington and Helen Butler and the late William Brown and Irene O’Connell. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a.m., from chapel, 3100 Irving Park road, to St. Vincent’s church. Interment St. Joseph’s cemetery. Please send donations to Cancer Fund in lieu of floral offerings.
Casey-William Joseph Casey, beloved husband of Dorothy, loving father of Dorothy Nolan, fond grandfather of Patricia Ellen, dear brother of Margaret, Josephine, Nora and the late Mary Rice and John Casey. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 2950-58 Fullerton, at Sacramento, to St. Sylvester’s church and Holy Sepulchre. Everglade 4-3800 (formerly Belmont 3300), Geneva, Wisc. Papers please copy.
Clay-Theresa Marie Clay, nee Bogue, late of 3941 N. Kostner avenue, beloved wife of Harry E., dear mother of Thomas E., Paul E. , Kathryn Dalton, James H. and the late Evelyn and Joseph P., sister of Katherine Shaughnessy and Elizabeth Bogue of Springfield, Ill., grandmother of seven. Funeral Tuesday morning at Kirlen and Egan Funeral Home, Springfield, Ill., to St. Joseph’s church. Interment Calvary cemetery, Springfield. Information Kildare 5-6220
Craig-Findley S. Craig-beloved husband of Theresa C., fond father of Mrs. Beverly Reid, Maxine and Clark Craig. Services Monday, 1 p.m., at parlors, 67 street and Dorchester avenue. Interment Cedar Park cemetery.
Dailey-Ella Kate Dailey, of 2641 Milwaukee avenue, beloved wife of the late John K., fond mother of Florence Kane and Georgetta Faith. Service Monday, 2p.m., at St. Stephen’s Episcopal church, 3533 N. Albany avenue. Interment Forest Home, Albany avenue. Interment Forest Home. Eastern Star service by Equality chapter, No. 770, O.E.S., Sunday evening, at 8 p.m., at the funeral home, 3301 Fullerton avenue.
Davies-Elsie J. Davies, nee Kaisling, late of 212 N. Hamlin avenue, veloved wife of Don Jay, dear sister of Margaret Lude, Katherine Higbee and Gertrude Stadlman. Funeral service Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 4245 W. Madison street. Interment Acacia Park cemetery. Nevada 8-2650.
Delesi-Maria Delesi, beloved wife of the late Agostino, fond mother of Mrs. Josephine Palumbo, Mrs. Anne Mancuso, Mrs. Mary Felicia (Felicicchia), Mrs. Sally Delesi, Mrs. Antoinette Durschlag, Joseph, Salvatore, and the late Mrs. Frances Longo. At chapel, 5690 Lincoln avenue. Funeral Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. to St. Philip Benizi church. Interment All Saints cemetery.
Della Vedova-Sgt. Primo U. Della Vedova killed in action in France, Feb. 8, 1945, formerly of 3448 W. Carroll avenue, beloved son of Anthony and Vera, nee Marra. Resting at chapel, 3425 W. Chicago avenue after 12 noon Monday, Oct. 4. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 9:30 a.m. to St. Matthews church. Interment St. Joseph’s cemetery. Military honors by Alamo post No. 885, American Legion. Nevada 8-7200.
Di Giacomo-Rose Di Giacomo, nee Calagrese, beloved wife of Joseph, fond mother of Mrs. Adeline Belice, Alphonse, Joseph Jr., Mrs. Gloria Johnson and Robert, fond sister of Emily Terenzi, daughter of the late Dominick and Mary Calabrese. Funeral Monday, at 9 a.m., from chapel, 1702 W. 69th street, to St. Mary of Mount Carmel church. Interment Holy Sepulchre.
Doherty-Eugene P. Doherty, beloved husband of Clare, nee Conway, loving son of the late Florance and Nora, loving father of Mary Therese and Patrick, fond brother of Mary Costello, Ruth Scott, Hazel Browne and the late Evelyn Cook. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from parlors, 67th street and Dorchester avenue, to St. Laurence’s church. Interment Mount Olivet.
Donnan-Ellen Donnan, loving mother of William, Mrs. Ruth Lohrbach, Mrs. Helen Neiheisel, Thomas and Mrs. June Carlson, fond grandmother of thirteen, sister of William Forbes, Mrs. Edith Parke and Mrs. Jean Strachan. Resting at chapel, 2324 W. 111th street. Service Monday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. Interment Mount Hope.
Dresselhaus-Emma Dresselhaus, nee Taige, Sept. 30, beloved wife of the late Edward H., fond mother of Mrs. Pearl Shimp and the late Florence Dresselhaus, dear grandmother of Florence Conforti and Jeane. Member of Ben Hur chapter, No. 401, O.E.S. Services Monday, Oct. 4, 2:30 p.m., at funeral home, 5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster. Interment Rosehill cemetery.
Farner-William J. Farner, loving son of Jewel, nee Blake, and the late William M. Farner, brother of Patricia, Lorraine Farner. Funeral from chapel, 7949 S. Halsted street, Monday, 10 a.m., to St. Leo’s church. Burial Mount Olivet cemetery. Member of St. Leo’s Holy Name Society.
Fischer-Valeria Fischer, beloved wife of Harry A., fond mother of Robert H., dear 1p.m., at chapel, 6245 S. Kedzie avenue. Interment Arlington.
Fogerty-Genevieve M. Fogerty, daughter of the late John and Ann Tierney Fogarty, sister of Mrs. Joseph L. Gill and the late John P. Fogarty, Mrs. George E. Brennan, Mrs. Anna Ryan and Mrs. Alice Kloppenburg. Funeral from home for funerals, Erie at Wabash avenue, Monday, Oct. 4, at 8:30 a.m., to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church. Interment Springfield, Illinois.
Foody- See James Powers notice.
Fox-Margaret McCrone Fox, of 1336 Granville avenue, beloved wife of Frank J., fond mother of Gladys M., Verne K., and John P. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 1359 Devon avenue, at Glenwood, to St. Gertrude’s church. Interment St. Mary’s cemetery, Waukegan, Ill.
Gallas-Walter J. Gallas, Sept. 30, late of 2502 N. Artesian avenue, beloved husband of Sophie, fond father of Ronald and Dennis, son of Julia Gawlowski, brother of Stanley, Anthony, Matthew, Edward, Sophie, Rose and Stella. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 2129 Webster avenue St. Adalbert’s. Information Armitage 4-4630.
Gasparro-Archangela Gasparro, nee Cozzi, of 927 S. Hoyne avenue, beloved mother of Gelsomino, Marie Vestuto of Italy, Bennie, Frank and Carmella C. Mazzone, sister of Michael Cozzi of Italy, grandmother of twelve. Funeral from chapel, 739 S. Western avenue, Monday, at 9 a.m., to San Callisto’s church. Interment Mount Carmel. Seeley 3-7422.
Gerhart- Lillian A. Gerhart, nee Linhart, of Green Bay, Wis., beloved wife of Walter J., loving daughter of Anna S. Linhart, fond sister of Mildred. Service Monday, Oct. 4, 11 a.m., at funeral home, 6227 W. Cermak road. Interment Woodlawn. Stanley 1866.
Gough-Pfc. Irving B. Gough, U.S.A., 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Divn., late of action at Tinchebray, France, Aug. 14, 1944, beloved son of William A. and Rose Hanley Gough, fond brother of Laverne Crowley, Dorothy Becker, William Jr., John and Rose Evelyn Gough. At parlors, 2438 W. 63rd street, after 2 p.m., Monday. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 9:45 a.m., to St. Rita’s chapel, 63rd and Oakley avenue. Interment Holy Sepulchre, Military honors by Stanley F. Sullivan post, No. 746, American Legion. Prospect 6-8300.
Grant- Francis Grant, beloved husband of Sarah, nee Darden, fond father of Hildred Luedtke, Evelyn (Swanhorn? Hard to read), Gertrude Boussum, Werden and Frank M. Grant, brother of Lydia Haight of Wellington, Ontario and Martha Anne Alexander of Consecon, Ontario. Member of Thomas Vail chapter, Telephone Pioneers of America, Service 2:30 p.m., Monday, at chapel, 1648 W. 63rd Street. Interment Mount Hope.
Gray- Catherine Gray (Graj); Oct. 2, 1948, of 3417 N. Central Park avenue, loving mother of Paul, Florence, John, Chester and Gene, dear mother-in-law of Helen, ten grandchildren. Resting at funeral home, 3358 N. Lawndale avenue. Funeral Tuesday, church. Interment St. Adalbert. Juniper 8-0151.
Groh- Mary Ellen Groh, of Evanston, Ill., frond mother of Esther McGovern, dear grandmother of Mrs. Clyde Schnable and Mrs. Donald Anderson, great-grandmother of Sandra Schnable and Donald Anderson, brother of George Johnson of Rochester, N.Y. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 929 Belmont avenue, to St. Jerome’s church. Interment All Saints.
Gunderson-Pvt. Kenneth E. Gunderson, of 4748 Dover street, Nov. 10, 1944, killed in action at Metz, France, while serving with Co.D., 377th Infantry Regiment, of 95th Divn., beloved son of Charles and the late Rose, dear brother of Charles, Dorothy, Jean, Lloyd and the late Pfc. Ralph. At chapel 5501 N. Ashland avenue after 4 p.m., Monday. Services Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. Interment Memorial Park. Military honors by North Shore post No. 21, American Legion.
Harwick-Ernestine Harwick, of 8549 S. Vincennes, Oct. 1, 1948, loving mother of Edesse, Juanita, and Dorothy Preis, sister of Marceau. Funeral from chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, Monday, Oct. 4, at 9:30 a.m. to Our Lady Lourd’s church. Interment Dubuque, Iowa.
Heinsohn-Evelyn Heinsohn, nee McLafine, wife of the late John, dear mother of George W., John A., Evelyn Hecker, Beatrice Doyle of Buffalo, N.Y., the late Mary, Joseph, and Dorothy, sister of Alex McLafine of Buffalo, N.Y. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 1732 Wilson avenue, to St. Gregory’s church. Interment St. Joseph’s cemetery. Buffalo, N.Y. papers please copy.
Henry-John J. Henry, late of 7944 Bishop street, beloved husband of the late Winifred Barrett Henry, loving father of Maria V. Sullivan, Winifred R. Madden, Helen A. Nelson, John J. Jr. and the late Thomas R. and Patrick Henry. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m., from funeral home, Halsted at 76th street, to St. Sabina’s Holy Name society and Sarsfield court, No. 977, C.O.F. Stewart 3-7700.
Hopper-Leon Hopper, beloved brother of Helen. Service Monday, Oct. 4, 2:30 p.m., at chapel, 6301 W. Cermak road, Berwyn. Cremation Woodlawn. Please omit flowers. Stanley 8242.
Hylander-Edward L. Hylander, of 10931 State street, beloved husband of Olga, fond father of Stanley, Edna Pammler, Dora Kruspe, Charlotte Kittle, La Verne Boden, Leonard and Raymond. Resting at chapel, 10234 Michigan avenue. Service Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Oak Hill.
Janda- Anton C. Janda, of 2340 S. Harvey avenue, Berwyn, beloved husband of Bessie nee Fiala, fond father of Mildred Smicklas and Woodrow Janda, brother of Charles, Frank, Mary Jerik, Anna Anders and Mathilda Kadera. Service Tuesday, Oct. 5, 11 a.m., at funeral home, 6227 W. Cermak rd. Interment Woodlawn. Member of Columbian lodge, No. 819, A.F. & A.M. Stanley 1866.
Jeannoutot-Katherine Jeannoutot, of 1214 Elm street, Glenview, wife of August Jeannoutot, mother of Mrs. Fred Fleischer and Marilyn Jeannoutot. Services Monday, 1 p.m., at Marshalltown, Iowa.
Jordan-Fred J. Jordan, Sr., beloved husband of Caroline, fond father of Fred Jr., Myrtle, Adeline and Arlene. Resting at funeral home, 5308 Belmont avenue, after 2 p.m., Sunday. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 1:30. Interment Elmlawn cemetery.
Johnson-George Johnson, of 5940 S. Princeton avenue, beloved husband of Hildegard Baumel Johnson. Funeral from chapel, 1503 W. 51st. Street, Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 9 a.m., to St. Martin’s church. Interment St. Mary’s. Information Yards 7-4765.
Kadlub-Charles J. Kadlub, of 6153 S. Paulina street, dearly beloved husband of Anna, nee Marszalek, devoted father of Dolores and Joan, loving son of Charles and Josephine, fond brother of Sophie and Joseph Kadlub, Jean Czech and the late James Kadlub. Funeral Monday, 10 a.m., from funeral home, 1716-18 W. 63rd street to St. Theodore’s church. Interment Resurrection. Prospect 6-1000.
Katzen-Samuel Katzen of 437 W. 120th street, beloved son of Nathan and Dora, dear brother of Max, Joseph, and Helen Berman. Services Sunday 1 p.m., at chapel, 6935 Stony Island avenue. Interment Free Sons cemetery, Waldheim. Please omit flowers.
Keating-Elizabeth Keating, nee Schmidt, Oct. 1, at Los Angeles, Cal., beloved wife of the late James J., loving mother of Frederick S. of Sacramento, Cal., William S., James A., and George D. Keating of Los Angeles, sister of Anna Bury. Remains will arrive in Chicago late Monday afternoon. Services at chapel, 5522 S. Halsted street Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Interment Fairmount. Past Matron of Columbia chapter, No. 210, O.E.S. Member of Women’s Relief Corps.
Kerns-Grace Moore Kerns, of 8115 Langley avenue; wife of the late Howard Hamilton Kerns, sister of Selma Frakes, of Galesburg, Ill., Edna Brautigam, Forest, Ernest and the late LeRoy Moore. Service at chapel, 7838 Cottage Grove avenue, Monday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. Interment Oak Woods. Member of Naval unit, No. 372, American Legion. Radcliffe 3-0220.
Kershen-See Bernard J. Papin notice.
Kirkley-James M. Kirkley, beloved husband of Mary B., fond father of Sgt. James M. Jr., Honolulu. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 929 Belmont avenue to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church. Interment Calvary.
Kleifgers-Lawrence M. Kleifges, of 5824 S. Campbell avenue, beloved husband of Anna Kreer Kleifges, fond father of Arthur and Lawrence Kleifges, dear brother of George, Barbara Morgan, Anna Gonsch and Joseph Kleifges, dear grandfather of five grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday, at 9 a.m., from funeral home, 712 W. 31st street, to St. Anthony’s church. Interment St. Mary’s cemetery. Information Victory 2-1158.
Koperny-Agnes Koperny, wife of Kaspar, mother of Rose Goalewski and Walter. Resting at parlors, 834-38 N. Ashland avenue. Service Monday, 10 a.m., at Holy Trinity church, 1118 N. Noble street. Interment St. Adalbert’s.
Krebs-Dorothea A. Krebs, nee Korbel, of 6533 S. Wolcott avenue, beloved wife of Henry, fond mother of Lillian Banach and Robert, grandmother of David Banach, mother-in-law of Orphan Mae Krebs and Jacob Banach, sister of Frances Sorge, Lillian Herweight and Frank Korbel. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 9 a.m., from chapel, 1911 W. 63rd street, to St. Theodore’s church. Interment at St. Mary’s. Prospect 6-0240.
Krochmal-John Krochmal, 2539 S. Millard avenue, beloved husband of the late Mary, fond father of Joseph and Edward, father-in-law of Jennie, brother of Mary Erazmus, grandfather of La Verne and Richard. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 8:30 a.m., from chapel, 3440 W. 26th street, to Blessed Agnes church. Interment Resurrection. Bishop 7-6747.
Labinsky-Phenie Labinsky, 5418 Dempster street, Skokie, dear wife of Karl, mother of Mrs. Mabel Martz, Mrs. Edna Woodard, Mrs. Dora Herling, Mrs. Violet Blanchette, Mrs. Ethel Penter, Mrs. Hazel Christiaansen, Mrs. Marie Schoening and the late Maud Rafferty. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., at funeral home, 8057 Niles Center rd., Skokie. Interment St. Peter’s Evan cemetery.
Lacek-Nellie Lacek, nee Breske, late of 4040 Newport avenue, beloved wife of John, loving mother of Eunice Huff and Virginia Lyons, sister of Bernice Kirschner, Helen Krotz, Clara Duncan and Anna Woitas. Services Monday, 1 p.m., at funeral home, 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue. Interment Ridgewood.
Langedorf-Minnie Langedorf, beloved wife of the late Joseph, fond mother of Edwin J. of Barrington, Ill., and the late Maezelle McMaster, grandmother of Virginia Carlson and Lorelei Langendorf. Services Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 6245 S. Kedzie avenue to Mt. Hope cemetery.
Lanting-John J. Lanting of Lisle, Ill., beloved husband of Effie, father of Lambert, William Bessie, Effie, Ellen and Catherine. Services at chapel, 318 Washington street, Naperville, 3 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5. Interment Naperville cemetery.
Linale-Rose Linale, nee Sturia, beloved wife of the late John, fond mother of Frank, sister of Victor, Eugene and Maria, Elena and Angela of Cogorno Genova, Italy, grandmother of Eugene Peter Linale, and Robyn. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, at 9 a.m., from funeral home, 2353 W. Chicago, to St. Matthew;s church. Interment Mount Carmel. Information Brunswick 8-8220.
Luck-Otto L. Luck, dearly beloved husband of Essie, fond father of Lenore Sabel and Phyllis Gallagher, grandfather of Richard and Judith Sabel, brother of Ernest, Learmont, Clarence, Lester, Elmer, Martin, Hilda Laandal and the late Albert, Henry and Walter. Resting at funeral home, 4138 W. North avenue. Services 2 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5. Interment Elmwood cemetery. Information Belmont 5-6812.
Lucy-John A. Lucy, late of 6745 S. Throop street, dearly beloved husband of the late Mamie, nee Born, devoted father of LaVerne Dowling, Rita McDermott and George J. Lucy, U.S.N., loving son of the late John and Mamie Lucy, fond brother of Mary L. and the late George J. Lucy. Funeral Monday, at 8:45 a.m., from daughter’s residence 9137 S, Aberdeen street, to St. Kilian’s church. Mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary’s. Member of Bricklayers and Stone Masons union, local No.21. Beverly 8-6463.
Luebker-Joseph T. Luebker, beloved son of Erdmann, and Margaret, nee Tully, brother of Erdmann Jr., Mary and James. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, at 10:30 a.m. from funeral home, 3440 N. Central avenue, to St. Ferdinand’s church. Interment St. Josephs. Kildare 5-5420.
Lundene-Lillian Lundene, nee Brevitz, beloved wife of the late George, fond sister of Elizabeth Lynch, Fred J., Eric A., Victor O., William B., and Arthur J. Brevitz. Resting at funeral home, corner 79th and Aberdeen after noon Monday, where services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. Interment Oak Hill.
Lynch-Charles J. Lynch, of 8611 S. Marshfield avenue, beloved husband of Margaret Peterson Lynch, father Charles, George and James Lynch, fond son of Mary and the late Patrick Lynch, brother Mary, William, Ruth, Raymond and the late Ethel Lynch. Funeral Monday, at 10:30 a.m. from funeral home, 8619 S. Ashland avenue, to Church of Holy Nativity, 95th and Longwood drive. Interment local.
Manning-See Richard T. Barry notice.
Martensen-Irene Martensen, nee Carroll, beloved wife of Martin, fond mother of Martin, Harold, Bernard and Mrs. Robert Hayes. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 6222 Broadway, to St. Genevieve’s church. Interment Calvary.
Martin-David Martin, infant son of Elwood E. Martin and Doris Kesler Martin, Sept. 6, 1948, immediately following birth at St. Luke’s Hospital, Racine, Wisconsin. Buried Graceland cemetery, Racine, Wisc.
McCarthy-Jay Joseph McCarthy, of 910 Lawrence avenue, husband of Mamie Dempsey McCarthy, father of Francis A. of Chicago Police Dept., brother of Mrs. Thomas Poole, William and Joseph McCarthy and the late Mrs. Pearl Southman of St. Louis, Mo. Funeral from home for funerals, Wabash at Erie street, Monday, Oct. 4, at 9 a.m., to Holy Name cathedral. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery.
McGowan-Edward McGowan, of 8046 S. Throop street, beloved husband of the late Mary Ellen, nee O’Malley, fond father of Helen Westphel, Mary Durkin, Margaret Weinthaler, Rita Eul and John McDonald, brother of Thomas and Delia McGreal. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, at 9 a.m., from funeral home, 1241 W. 79th street, to St. Sabina’s church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. At chapel, 1648 W. 63rd street, until noon Tuesday. Service 2 p.m., Tuesday, at Laflin Street Gospel Hall, 6617 S. Laflin street. Interment Palos Hills.
McKendrick-Mary E. McKendrick, beloved wife of Philip R., fond mother of John, William, Philip, Adam and James, sister of Janet Meikle, William and John McDonald. At chapel, 1648 W. 63rd street, until noon Tuesday. Service 2 p.m., Tuesday, at Laflin Street Gospel Hall, 6617 S. Laflin street. Interment Palos Hills.
McManus-Catherine McManus, nee Hoy, beloved wife of the late James F., fond mother of Mary E., sister of David, James and Thomas Hoy and the late John and Cornelius. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, at 7705 Cottage Grove avenue to St. Francis de Paula church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary’s.
Millard-Minnie E. Millard, late of 848 N. Parkside avenue, beloved wife of the late Will H., loving mother of Edward R., Grace M. Towne, Ralph, Florence M. Zimmerman, Donald and the late Carl K., grandmother of Norman M. Towne, Dr. J. E. Towne, Donald Jr., and Roger M., great-grandmother of Billie, Janet and Grace Towne of Ohio. Services Monday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m., at funeral home, 5515 W. Chicago avenue. Interment private. Estebrook 8-6030.
Moeller-Louise Moeller, Higgins rd. and Lawrence avenue, beloved wife of the late Joachim, dear mother of Erna Schunhkmecht, Meta Moeller and Ida Mueller, three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Resting at funeral home, Lee at Perry streets, Des Plaines. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., at St. Paul’s Lutheran church, Higgins and Canfield rds. Interment Towne of Maine.
Moloney-Martin T. Moloney, beloved husband of Elizabeth Koehr Moloney, dear father of Maureen, Sheila and Kathleen, fond brother of Margery Donnelly, Joseph B., and John F. Moloney, beloved son of the late Martin D. and Katherine Blake Moloney. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a.m., from funeral home, 1359 Devon avenue at Glenwood, to St. Henry church and All Saints cemetery.
Monk-Laura Eugenie Monk, Sept. 26, 1948, at Middletown, N.Y., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John S. Monk of Irving Park, Chicago. Services conducted at Grace Episcopal church in Middletown on Sept. 28, 1948. Interred Thursday in family plot at Onawa, Iowa. Survived by sisters, Alice Maude Monk, Florence Evelyn Monk, both of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Claire Louise Monk Chapman, Langley, Washington, two nieces, one nephew of Seattle, Washington.
Morey-Gertrude L. Morey, of 4316 N. Claremont avenue, beloved wife of Leslie, loving mother of June and James, dear daughter of Hilda Swanson, Alice Dedinsky, Henry Erickson, Eleanore Waller and Ruth Anderson. Services Monday, 1:30 p.m. at chapel, 4821 N. Damen avenue. Interment Mount Olive.
Mueller-Henrietta Mueller, nee Hering, beloved wife of the late Albert C., loving mother of Homer, grandmother of Richard and Warren, dear sister of Margaret Schwarskpf. Funeral from chapel, 3100 Irving Park road, Monday, 1:30 p.m., to Graceland cemetery. Member of Rebekah lodge, No. 45, LO.O.F. and Irving Park lodge, No. 19, at St. Leo church.
Mullaney-Thomas Joseph Mullaney, suddenly, Sept. 29, 1948, late of 945 W. 79th street, loving son of Thomas and Mary Kelly Mullaney, fond brother of Kay, High Mass will be celebrated Monday, Oct. 4, at 9:30 a.m., at St. Leo church.
Netterville-Thomas William Neeterville, beloved husband of the late Arbella, nee Brady, devoted father of William T. Netterville, and Mrs. Florence Stratton, fond brother of Bessie Netterville, and Mrs. Marie Wolfe, grandfather of three. At funeral home 4048-50 W. Harrison street. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m. to Presentation church. Burial Mount Carmel. Member of Hiram J. Slifer post No. 135, American Legion. Nevada 8-2818.
Norris-Patrick J. Norris, Sr., 5429 S. Homan avenue, devoted husband of Amelia, nee Stingel, fond father of Patrick, Lucille Scott and Leona Murphy, stepson of Dennis Baker, brother of Mary Morrison, John, Katherine Ellis, James Norris and William Baker, father-in-law of Elizabeth, John Murphy and the late Paul Scott, grandfather of Donald, Patricia Lee and Carolyn. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a.m., from chapel, 5218 S. Kedzie avenue, to St. Rose of Lima church. Interment St. Mary’s. Prospect 6-3810.
Norton-David M. Norton, died Oct. 1. Survived by nephew, Herbert B. Norton and niece, Catherine Johnson. Funeral Monday, 11 a.m., at chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue.
O’Keefe- Lloyd E. (Larry) O’Keefe, husband of Frances, nee Havens, father of James, son of Katherine and the late James O’Keefe, brother of Frances, Paul, Joseph, Anthony, William and Margaret Flannery, all of Minnesota and Julia La-Roque of California. Funeral Monday, from chapel, 4611 Lincoln avenue at Wilson, to Queen of Angels church. Mass Longbeach 1-4666.
Paglia-Maria Paglia, nee Belline, loving wife of the late Joseph, devoted mother of Mario, Rose Abbate, Josephine De Luca, Lena Salduto, Salvatore and Angela, fond sister of Joseph Bellino. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 9 a.m. from chapel, 3604 Ogden avenue, to Blessed Sacrament church. Interment Mount Carmel.
Papienski-See Bernard J. Papin notice.
Papin-Bernard J. Papin, beloved husband of Frances, nee Keshen, fond father of Donald, Barbara and John, dear brother of Hattie Maschinki, Stella Kwiatkowski, Peter, Chester, Helen Hahne and the late Esther Hageman. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 3653-55 Fullerton avenue, to St. Veronica’s church. Interment St. Joseph’s. Belmont 5- 1816.
Pauley-Ida Pauley, nee Peters, of 7323 Maryland avenue, University City, Mo., Thursday, Sept. 30, 1948, widow of Ferdinand C. Pauley, dear mother of Helen Pauley Schmidtke, Gerald F. of Wilmette, Ill., Alfred H. and Walter E. Pauley, sister of Meta Peters and Emma Peters Schultz, sister-in-law of Della Pauley, mother-in-law and grandmother. Resting at the Calvin F. Feutz funeral home, 4828 Natural Bridge boulevard, St. Louis, Mo., until 11 a.m., Monday, Oct.4, thence to Bethel Evangelical and Reformed church, Garrison and Greet, with services at 2 p.m. Interment Bellafontaine cemetery. Mrs. Pauley’s living desire was that flowers be omitted and that the money be sent to charitable institutions in lieu thereof.
Peterson-John W. Peterson, late of 7956 S. Ellis avenue, beloved husband of Emma, dear father of Henry E., Harvey, William Chester and Ernest L., fond brother of Mrs. Edith Lindberg. Service Monday, Oct. 4, 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 1107 W. 79th street. Interment Oak Hill.
Phillip-Henry L. Phillip, of Morton Grove, beloved husband of Helen, nee Muno, dear father of June Mason and Clarence, four grandchildren. Funeral from chapel, 6251 Dempster street, Morton Grove, Monday at 9:30 a.m., to St. Martha’s church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Peter’s Skokie.
Poloncy-Joseph Poloncy, Oct. 1, 1948, of 3617 Cermak road, beloved husband of Geneva, father of Emily, Elmer, Tony, Charley and Tonkey, twelve grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Member of Polish National Alliance lodge, No. 852. Resting at chapel, 3615 Cermak road. Service Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Woodlawn.
Powers-James Powers, of 7931-½ S. State street, infant son of Michael and Eileen, nee Foody, brother of Michael Jr. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m. from funeral home, 1241 W. 79th street. Interment Mount Olivet.
Prendergast- George A. Prendergast, beloved husband of the late Margaret, nee Jacobs, father of Frances M. Russell, Berenadette Hausman and Edward J., grandfather of Jerome Russell, Margaret Hicks, Therese Russell, Berenadette and Arthur Hausman and Edward J. Prendergast, great-grandfather of Kathleen Hicks. Funeral Tuesday, at 9 a.m., from funeral home, 2500 N. Cicero avenue, to St. Genevieve’s church. Interment St. Joseph’s. Berkshire 7-8070.
Pruckler-Louise Pruckler, nee Bonin, of 419 Longcommon road, Riverdale, beloved wife of Ernest, loving mother of Elaine Kelley, dear daughter of Elizabeth and the late Otto Bonin, sister of Bertha, Walter, Ralph, Irene Strepina, Harold, Lenore Burda and Howard, mother-in-law of Clarence H. Kelley. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2 p.m., at chapel, 5128-30 W. 25th street, Cicero. Interment Woodlawn. Past Worthy Matron of Prairie State chapter, No. 891, O.E.S. Olympic 80.
Ranstead-Merritt M. Ranstead, 6949 Stewart avenue, Oct. 1, 1948, beloved husband of Gertrude H. Ranstead, fond father of Alyce L. Barr, Lorraine Schultz, Emma Jean Willis, and Merritt M. Ranstead Jr., brother of Dumont Ranstead of Indianapolis, Ind. At chapel, 316 W. 63 street at Harvard avenue, where services will be held Monday, Oct. 4, 3 p.m. Member of Optimists club of Chicago.
Repp-John G. Repp, Oct. 2, beloved husband of Helen, nee Scharfbilt, dear father of Mathew, Helen Jones, Eva, John and Thomas. Funeral Tuesday, at 10 a.m., from funeral home, 1359-61 Fullerton avenue. Burial St. Joseph’s.
Ritchey-Fred C. Ritchey, of 9725 S. Hoyne avenue, husband of Margaret, nee Rorke, father of Janet, brother of Dr. R.M. Ritchey, Mrs. R.M. Stroud and John H. Ritchey. Funeral Monday, at 2 p.m., from residence. Interment Holy Sepulchre.
Rittenberg-Edward H. Rittenberg, of 2442 Ardmore avenue, Oct. 2, 1948, beloved husband of Agnes G. Rittenberg, son of Rose brother of Abraham, Philip, Lillian Cannon, Mildred Fogel and Esther Kent. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 10 a.m., under auspices of William McKinley Lodge, No. 876, A.F. & A.M. Interment Rosehill.
Robinson-Patrick J. Robinson, late of 5614 S. Wentworth avenue, dearly beloved husband of the late Catherine Purtell Robinson, devoted father of Joseph, Patrick Jr., Mrs. Jane Etges and the late Mary Hicks, William and Donald Robinson, fond brother of Mrs. Mae Bloomfield, Mrs. Janet Negg, Mrs. Catherine Coyne, William and James Robinson. Funeral Monday, at 9 a.m., sharp, from funeral home, 634 W. 37th street, to St. Anne’s church. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Yards 7-0925-6
Rosenblatt-Lt. Benjamin Rosenblatt, U.S.A., killed on Leyte, P.I., Nov. 13, 1944, late of 4249 Roosevelt road, beloved son of Israel and Rose, fond brother of Clara and Lillian. Service Sunday, 12 noon, at chapel, 4225 Roosevelt road, corner of Tripp. Interment Jewish Oakridge. Military honors by Lt. Benjamin Rosenblatt Proviso post, No. 632, Jewish War Veterans.
Rovello-Theresa Rovello, loving daughter of Raymond and Marie, nee Duca, dear sister of Ignatius. Funeral Tuesday, 8:45 a.m., from chapel, 2600 Wentworth avenue, to St. Anthony’s church, 28th and Wallace streets. Interment St. Mary’s Victory 2-1861.
Ruebensam-Harry Ruebensam, beloved husband of Anna, nee Hill, father of Harry Jr., Robert, Edward, Ronald, Catherine Karlson, Evelyn Fahey and Dorothy Brouillette, grandfather of seven. Member of Royal League council, No. 91 and Street Car Men’s union, Division 241. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 79th and Emerald, to St. Margaret’s church, 99th and Throop. Interment Holy Sepulchre.
Russo-Pfc. James Russo, U.S.A., killed in action Dec. 11, 1944, at Leyte, P.I., devoted son of Tony and Julia, nee Del Guidice, dear brother of Michael and Constance, beloved brother-in-law of Josephine, nee Carroo. At rest at chapel, 813 W. Taylor street, Sunday, Oct. 3, 1948, after 10 a.m. Funeral Monday, at 9 a.m., from chapel, to Holy Family church. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. Military honors by Dominick Oliver post, No. 2112, A.L. Monroe 6- 0449.
Ruttenberg-Saul Ruttenberg, of Madison, Wisc., beloved husband of Bertha, nee Baratz, dear father of Beth Sandra and Carol Jane, devoted son of the late Morris and Bessie, fond brother of Hattie Ruttenberg, Sanford, Louis, Clara Wolfberg, Joseph, Jerry, Ida Wolfe, Birdye Selznick and Dudley. Service Sunday, 11 a.m., at chapel, 5296 Broadway. Family at home of J.C. Ruttenberg, 3740 Lake Shore drive.
Ryder-George E. Ryder, beloved husband of Madeline, dear father of Rosemary, brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Hazazer and William Ryder. Resting at chapel, 134 S. York street, Elmhurst. Funeral Monday, Oct. 4, 9:30 a.m., from Immaculate Conception church, Elmhurst. Interment Calvary.
Saunders-Florence Saunders, nee Hilfman, beloved wife of Jack, dear mother of Ila Nan, devoted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hilfman, fond sister of Glen. Services Sunday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 3125 W. Roosevelt road. Interment Jewish Waldheim.
Schwanbeck-August Schwanbeck, Sept. 30, beloved husband of Magdalena, dear father of Harold and Mrs. Berenice Behrens, father-in-law of Edward Behrens and Mrs. Eleanor Schwanbeck, grandfather of Lorraine, Jerry and Richard, brother of William, Anna Baumhardt, Mary Roth, Louise Fawn and Matilda Vogt. Funeral service Monday, 2 p.m., at Messiah Lutheran church, corner of Seminary and School streets, where he will lie in state from 1 p.m. Remains at chapel, 3175 N. Clark street. Interment St. Paul Lutheran cemetery, Skokie.
Schuelke-Wilhelm C. Schuelke, beloved husband of the late Bertha, fond father of Betty Quay and Prof. H.T Schuelke of Bremen, Germany, grandfather of two. Funeral at chapel, 3337-39 W. North avenue, Monday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. Interment Forest Home.
Selvage-Edmund A. Selvage, beloved father of John R. and the late Robert, loving son of Catherine O’Donnell Selvege and the late William, fond brother of William D. Resting at funeral home, 6915 Wentworth avenue. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., to St. Carthage church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
Shaw-Nellie Shaw, of 3139 Wellington avenue, beloved wife of John. Service Tuesday, 2 p.m., at funeral home, 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Acacia Park.
Shea-Dennis H. Shea, Oct. 1, 1948, beloved husband of the, late Emily, father of Eulalia Pellar, Bernadette Shea, Euterpa Healy, Esperance Furlong and the late Joseph Shea. Funeral Monday, at 8:45 a.m., from chapel 7705 Cottage Grove avenue, to Francis de Paula church. Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Calvary cemetery, Beloit, Wis. Charter member of Calumet council, No. 632, K of C.
Simpson-Mrs. William Simpson, beloved wife of William, loving mother of George Simpson and Mrs. Lloyd Jackson. Resting at chapel, 1844 W. 63rd street. Service 2:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 4. Interment Mount Greenwood. Please omit flowers. Prospect 6-1837.
Sklanberg-Sarah Sklanberg, beloved mother of Jack, Ben Sol, Louis, Julius, Aggie Solomon, of Capetown, South Africa, Ethel Franklin, Len Fisher, Ruth Frankenstine and the late Morris, Isadore, Sam and Rose Nu Delman, twenty-two grandchildren, fifteen great grandchildren. Funeral Sunday, 1 p.m., at chapel, 3021 Lawrence avenue. Kindly omit flowers.
Smith- Charles Smith, fond father of Anna Butcher, Florence Jackson and Arthur Smith, brother of Anna Damico, Andrew, Arthur and Jens. Service 1:30 p.m., Monday at chapel, 1648 W. 63rd street. Interment Mount Hope.
Smith-Daola Smith, Oct. 1, 1948, formerly of 5409 Kenmore avenue, sister of Reynolds B. Smith. Service at chapel, 2701 N. Clark street. Sunday, at 4 p.m. Interment private.
Snedorf-Lt. Joseph A. Snedorf, Co. F. 118th Infantry, 29th Div’n., U.S.A., killed in action Nov. 25, 1944, in Germany, late of 2506 S. 61st avenue, Cicero, beloved husband of Mildred, nee Havel, loving son of Joseph and Anna Snedorf. Remains at chapel, 6227 W. Cermak road, after 4 p.m., Monday, Oct. 4. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Woodlawn. Military honors by West Towns chapter, No. 22, D.A.V. Stanley 1866.
Soderberg-Gustaf W. Soderberg, Oct. 2, late of 1916 Barry avenue, beloved husband of May, nee Howard, fond father of Willamean Schultze, William H. and Charlotte Scharfenberg, brother of Selma Swanson, grandfather of seven grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m. from funeral home, 2056-58 Belmont avenue, to Ridgewood cemetery.
Steele-Julia A. Steele, age 98, fond mother of Lilian and Mrs. Elizabeth Maas of Oak Park and Sidney J. Steele of River Forest. Funeral Monday, 2:30 p.m., at funeral home, Lake street at Second avenue, Maywood. Interment Forest Home. Maywood 14.
Swede-Raymond A. Swede, Oct. 1, of 842 Cornelia avenue, beloved husband of Carlean, dear father of Raylene, Arthur and Martin, also survived by mother, father, three sisters and three brothers. Service 10:30 a.m., Monday, at chapel, 3415-19 N. Clark street. Interment Milwaukee, Wisc.
Trebesch-Louise Trebesch, of Fish Lake, Ind., former resident of Morgan Park, wife of the late Eric, grandmother of William and James Sanger. Funeral 3:30 p.m., Monday, at chapel, 1971 W. 111th street. Interment Mount Hope.
Tully-see Joseph T. Luebker Notice
Voss-Edward Voss, of Atascadero, Calif., dearly beloved husband of Helen, nee Rusch, fond son of Herman and Louise, brother of Raymond, Irma Hewelt and Lillian. In state at Bethel Evangelical Lutheran church, Springfield and Hirsch streets, from 12 noon, Monday, Oct. 4, until the hour of service, 2 p.m. Interment Concordia cemetery. At rest in funeral home, 4138 W. North avenue, until 10 a.m., Monday. Information Belmont 5-6812.
Weinberg-Julius Weinberg, 2812 Cambridge avenue, beloved husband of Benita S., loving father of Paul, George, Harold and Virgil, dear grandfather of Carl. Funeral held Friday, Family at 6120 N. Rockwell street.
Welcome-Charles H. Welcome, October 1. Funeral services at chapel, 316 W. 63rd street, Monday 10 a.m. Interment family lot.
Wendt-Anna Kowarsch Wendt, age 58, beloved wife of Paul A., dear mother of Mrs. Rose Devlin, Mrs. Lucille Kowalski, Edward, Charles, Raymond and James Wendt, sister of Mrs. Mary Pollard, Mrs. Bernice Hedman, Mrs. Theresa Schoot, Paul and Walter Kowarsch. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 2346 Madison street, to Annunciation church. Interment Mount Carmel.
Wild-Curtis H. Wild, of Maywood, beloved husband of Mary, nee Slingluff, fond father of Elaine Geschke, Priscilla Wells, Lenore Bruno, son of Herman and Hedwig. Resting at funeral home, Lake street at 2nd avenue, Maywood, until Monday at 11:30 a.m. Lying in state at Grace Luth. Church, River Forest, from noon Monday, until time of service at 2 p.m. Interment Forest Home. Maywood 14.
Wretstrom-Helen F. Wretstrom, nee Feller, beloved wife of Jacob, dear sister of Susan Larsen, and the late Mari Frigone and Matthew Feller. Resting at chapel, 6210 N. Western avenue, until noon Monday, Oct. 4 Service Monday, 2 p.m., at St. James United church, Rockwell at Albion. Interment Rosehill. Past Matron of Cornerstone chapter, No. 726, O.E.S. Past President, Ladies’ auxiliary of Columbia commandery, No. 63, K.T. Past President Women’s Guild, St. James United Church Life member Ladies’ auxiliary, Bensonville Old Peoples Home.
Zachman-Phillip Zachman, beloved husband of Caroline, nee Wendling, fond brother of John, Minnie Kraus and Caroline Rudolph. Remains at chapel, 7032 Wentworth, until noon Monday. Service Monday, 2 p.m., at St. Peter’s Ev. Luth. Church, 7400 S. Michigan avenue.
Zieske-Gregory Zieske, of 3422 Pierce avenue, beloved husband of Albertina, nee Hameister, fond father of Louise Larkin, Margaret Slawson, George and Marie, dear brother of Elizabeth Norbert, Harold, Leo, Jennie, Olive, and Werner, seven grandchildren. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 3751 W. North avenue, to Maternity B.V.M. church. Interment St. Joseph’s cemetery. BElmont5- 4947.
Zoerner-Augusta A. Zoerner, of 2317 Roscoe street, Oct. 1, 1948, beloved wife of the late Emil Zoerner, loving mother of LeRoy, dear grandmother of George and James. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday, Oct. 4, at ? P.m. Interment Acacia Park.
Charles E. Betts Rites to Be Friday; Santa Fe Ex-Auditor
Final Rites for Charles Ernest Betts, 78, formerly of 5830 Stony Island av., who until his retirement in 1940 was general auditor for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway, will be held at 4 p.m. Friday in Forest Home cemetery chapel, Milwaukee. Mr. Betts died in his home in Rancho Santa Fe, Cal., Sept. 25. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Rolland W. Schloerb, pastor of Hyde Park Baptist church, of which Mr. Betts was a member for many years. Mr. Betts came to the United States from England in 1888. Surviving are his widow, Maude, and two sons, Paul, of Los Angeles, and George, of Racine, Wis.
Edwin C. Johnson,52, 40 Years On Chicago Newspapers, Is Dead
Edwin C. Johnson, 52, former assistant city editor of the Chicago Sun, and a Chicago newspaper man for nearly 40 years, died yesterday after a year’s illness in his home at 1723 N. Lotus av. Mr. Johnson who was born in Sweden, had lived in Chicago since he was 7. He went to work at 14 as a copy boy for the Chicago Evening Post, and subsequently became a reporter and assistant city editor on that paper. From 1933 to 1939 he was a reporter on the Chicago Herald and Examiner, and joined the Chicago Sun staff in its pre-publication days in October, 1941. He was a brother of the late Hilding Johnson, well known Chicago newspaper man. Surviving Mr. Johnson are a sister, Mrs. Vera Dougherty, two nieces, Mrs. June Krumpholtz and Mrs. Lorraine Scharring, and a nephew, Louis Johnson.
Dies On Walk Near Home
Samuel Michalski, 77, of 1643 N. Bosworth av., suffered a fatal heart attack yesterday.
OBITUARIES (this is still the same paper as those above)
Patrick Buckley, 87, Chicago policeman for 25 years until he retired 20 years ago, died yesterday in his home at 7324 South Park av. He served at police stations throughout the city. Surviving are two sons, the Rev. P.J. Buckley, pastor of St. Odilo church in Berwyn, and David J., and a daughter, Mrs. Margaret O’Connell. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Columbanus’ church. Burial will be in Mount Olivet cemetery.
DR. MATTHEW S. EMONS
Dr. Matthew S. Emons, 52, dentist on the medical staff of the Kankakee state hospital for 14 years, died yesterday while on duty at the hospital. Before joining the Kankakee staff in 1934, Dr. Emons practiced at Marissa, St. Clair county, and Wood River, Madison county, Surviving are his widow, Marguerite, two sisters, and three brothers. Services will be held Monday in the Presbyterian church, Marissa.
MRS. JACOB WRETSTROM
The funeral of Mrs. Helen Wretstrom,66, north side leader of the Order of the Eastern Star and ladies’ auxiliaries of Masonic organizations, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in St. James United church, with burial in Rosehill cemetery. Mrs. Wretstrom died Friday in her home at 6341 N. Maplewood av. She is survived by her husband, Jacob, and one sister, Mrs. Susan Larsen.
GEORGE A. BLACKMORE
Pittsburgh, Oct. 2 (AP)-George A. Blackmore, 64, chairman of the board of Westinghouse Air Brake company and the Union Switch & Signal company, died today in Allegheny General hospital.
JOHN R. BENTLEY
Services for John Rollins Bentley, 72, of 850 Lake Shore dr., who died Thursday, will be held at 3 p.m. Monday in the chapel at 5501 N. Ashland av. Burial will be private in Acacia Park cemetery. Mr. Bentley was in charge of the printing of all forms used by Montgomery Ward & Co. He celebrated 50 years continuous service with the company last April. During World War II, he was called to Washington to help design fuel oil and gasoline ration books. He leaves his widow, Anne.
CHARLES E. HEITMAN
Boston, Oct. 2 (AP)-Charles E. Heltman, a member of the Christian Science board of directors, died last night at his home here. Mr. Heitman, a native of Kentucky, was a member of the Rough Riders-in the Spanish-American war. He came to Boston in 1926 to become associate editor of the Christian Science Monitor. His widow survives.
REV. PHILIP GORDON
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 2 (AP)-The Rev. Philip Gordon, 63, for more than 25 years pastor of St. Patrick’s church in Centuria, Wis., died in St. Joseph’s hospital here yesterday. Of three-quarters Chippewa blood, the Rev. Mr. Gordon was known as “Wisconsin’s fighting priest” because of his campaigns for bettering the condition of the Indians.
ERNEST E. ASPINWALL
Pawtucket, R.I., Oct. 2 (AP)-Ernest E. Aspinwall, known nationally in the textile industry as the man who introduced this country the spinning of real silk on the cotton system, died yesterday at his home here. In 1918 he founded the Joy Chemical company here and continued as its president until 1946, when he retired.
DENNIS H. SHEA
Services for Dennis H. Shea, 82, of 740 E. 79th st., who died Friday, will be held at 9 a.m., Monday. Until his retirement in 1936, Mr. Shea was a custodian for the Illinois Central railroad. Four daughters survive. The services will be in St. Francis de Paula church, with burial in Beloit, Wis.