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The Illinois times. (Champaign, Ill.) 19??-19??, August 19, 1963, Image 10

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Mrs. Geneva Queen,
52, Dies Monday
Mrs. Geneva Queen 52, a resi
dent of Champaign 16 years, died
Monday in a Kankakee hospital.
Funeral services at 2
p m. Monday in Pilgrim Baptist
Church. The Rev. J. R. Grigley
officiate. Burial - + m
Lincoln Cemetery.
Parker and Son
Funeral Home.
Mrs. Queen was lx>rn Nov. 22,
1910. in Hinds County, Mississippi,
the daughter of Charles and Lovie
Moore Williams.
She leaves one daughter, Mrs
Willie Mae Smith, Mattoon, two
sisters, Mrs. Odessa Nash, Cham
paign, and Mrs. Climey Thomas,
Edwards, Miss.; and a grandson,
Earl Robinson, Champaign.
Father Of Local
Women Dies At 63
Mis. Alec Johnson. 103 Tv.
Boards Icy, C, and Mrs. flostv
many Kirk. 712 N. Ash, <\ have
been called to Fulton. Ky.. by
Ibe death of their father. Clar
ence Johnson 63. Mr. Johnson
died at 1:30 p.m. Thursday
(June 20. 1963) at his home in
Fulton. Funeral services and
burial will take place Sunday
in Fulton.
Phillip Williams Jr.
Graveside rites for Phillip Wil
liams Jr., infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Williams. 402 E.
Church, C, were conducted at
2 p. m. Thursday in Lincoln
Cemetery. McHaney Funeral
Home was in charge.
The baby was bom at 11:10
a. m. Tuesday at Burnham
City Hospital, C. and died at
8:40 p. m. Tuesday (Aug. 13,
19631. He leaves his parents
with two sisters.
A little thought will
show you how vastly
your own happiness de
pends on the way other
people bear themselves
toward you. . . . Turn
the idea around, and re
member that just so
much are you adding to
the pleasure or misery
of other people's days.
—George S. Merriam

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