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Obituary - MORNING Find-ley, George A.. Sepulueda, Calif.;...
MORNING Find-ley, George A.. Sepulueda, Calif.; four sisters. Mrs. Hazel Croft, La- Verne, Minn.. Mrs. W.J. Haglund, Marion, Iowa, Mrs. A. G. Hill, Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Mrs. Esther Burger, Des Moines; and a brother. Earl .Walker, of St. Joyepj, Mo. A brother and a son preceded her in death. Services will be at 10 a m; Wed nesday in the Runge Chanel. Burial will be in Oakdale Cemetery. BEAMER SERVICES Miss Cora Beamer, 76, who formerly, lived with a, cousin, Henry Mosier. of 719 W. 3rd St., Pavenport, died Saturday in the Davenport Nursing Home. Services will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Runge Chapel. Burial will be in Rose Hill Ceme- Grave M. Severson July 27, 1911, in Pocatella, Idaho. The couple came to Davenport in 1917. Mrs. Tadloek died i n June, I960. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Hazel) Johnson, Mrs. Len (Haleen) Gregson, and Mrs. James (Opal) Cassatt. all of Davenport, Mrs. Ralph (Cynthia) Benson, Bettendorf, and Mrs. Evelyn Hayes, of Rock Island; eight grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Earl Pryor. Marshalltown, Iowa. A son, three ' brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the Runge Chapel. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery. Riles Today inand m.pWwc tens Buffalo. Born in Cedar County. Iowa. j F)1 Slliinil'O Miss Beamer lived in Marshall-. ' town, prior to moving to Haven- Harry Shapiro. 67. of 715 Ridge-port. . j wood, Davenport, died Monday She is survived bv several nieces ni"ht in St. Luke's Hospital after in the 30 at i j i 1 ill- S 4 Nord-blom, 8. Zar-ephath of j a six months ncss. ' MRS. ALBERT ILLIAN Born Feb. 18 i Mrs. Albert L. Mian. 75, of 2304 i 1894, in Russia, Grove M., Davenport, died Mon- ne came 10 me , day in her home. She had beeniU. S. in 1902. He had wen a Dav- ill since March when she was hurt in a fall. The former Emma Soenke was born in Blue Grass Township. She married Mr. Mian in Walcott January, 19(7. They farmed in Blue Grass 4 V enport resident since 1916. He was c o-owner and oper- it., i i SHAPIRO 57, MRS. ILLIAN ator of Harry's mv Store. Davenport. He mar- i-i Frerla Slate::. March 21. 1920 t. i , , i ... n KOCK !S!IKi. l He was a member of Kaaba j Shrine. Philbrook Lxlge, Daven-' port, past commander of Township until 1950, when they, mouth American Legion Post retired and moved to Davenport, i Veterans of Foreign Wars. Daven Mr. Mian died in 1958 Services will lie at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Runge Chapel. Burial will be in .the Blue Grass Cemetery- Friends may call at the funeral home after noun today. She is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Roy (Alice) Kahler, Mrs. Clarence (Norma) Geurink. and Mrs. Ralph (Elnora) McAl lister, all of Stockton; Mrs. Alvin (Velma) Ott, Blue Grass. Mrs. Wilbert (Leona) Engelbrecht, Dav- porl, and B nai B'rith. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Marvin Andich, Rock Island; a son, Erwin, also of Rock Island; two sisters, Mrs. Tillie Schlachtman, of New York, and Mrs. Rose Silverman, of Washington, D. C; a brother, A.F. Shapiro, Los Angeles; and five grand- Mon-'Rock at enport and Mrs. Eugene (Alber ta) Bernick. Walcott; 18 g r a n d- Cemetery children; nine great-grandchildren. and a brother, Fred H. Soenke, of Davenport. A son, five brothers and a sister preceded her in death. EDWARD E. TADLOCK Edward E. Tadloek, 85, 411 E. 18th St., Davenport, died Monday in St. Luke's Hospital. Born in Lancaster County, Missouri, Sept. 13, 1875, he married children. A brother preceded him in death. j Services will be at 3:30 p.m. to- day in Hodgson Chapel. Burial will l)e in Rock Island Hebrew! WALTER C. CROSS Services for Walter C. Gross, 81, of 2038 W. 2nd St., who died Sunday in Mercy Hospital, will be at 2:30 p.m. today in the Runge Chapel. Burial will be in Davenport Memorial Park. A native of Quincy, 111., he came to Davenport at the age of 17. He married Leona Arp in Davenport

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  1. Quad-City Times,
  2. 18 Jul 1961, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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