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MRS. ROSA STOVALL
Mrs. Rosa Stovall. 70. of '03 K C.lnuch St.. Champaign, died a, a 30 a m. Thursday in Carle Hospital, where she had been a patient since Aug. 4. Funeral services I- — Katurdav in Salem Bapti"' Church The Rev. A. T Rowan " officiate. Burial IMF Hope Cemetery. e — ‘ \ McHaney Funeral Home. Mrs. Stovall was horn March 10. 1893. in Fulton. Kv . the daugh ter of Fred and Eliza Simpson. Sue was a member of the Salem Baptist Church. Mrs. Stovall leaves her husband. Benjamin Stovall. Champaign: three sons. Robert Stovall. Chi cago. Benjamin and Fred Stovall, iKith of Champaign, and three gi andchildren. Mrs. Gaynell Algee, Dies H ednesday Mrs. Gaynell Algee, 46, of 403 E. Church St . Champaign, died at 8.25 p m. Wednesday in Carle Hospital where she had been a patient a few hours. Funeral services ~~ Saturday in Pilgrim Bap t>t Church. Hie Rev. A. G. Gre goi v will officiate Burial in Lincoln Cemetery. Parker and Son Funeral Home Mrs. Algee, the daughter of .Martin and Medie Drake Douglas, was born Nov 16. 1916. at Atwood. I enn. She had lived in Champaign 28 years. She leaves four brothers. ( harles. Willie and Archie Doug las. all of Champaign, and J. C Douglas. Grand Rapids, Mich..' and three sisters. Mrs. Pearl Bow i man and Mrs. Mattie Algee. both of l.os Angeles. Calif , and Mi<s \ ernell Douglas. Champaign. Her husband. Ezell, and one sister. Mrs Bertha Newbill. preceded her in death Mrs. Barker Rites Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Ruth Barker. 41. 106 X. Second. C who died al 11 r, pm Thursday iSrpt. 5. 19611 at C arle Memorial Hospital. Monday at Mt Oii\e Baptist Chm\ a. Rev. J. K. Graves, pastor, wiil offi < late, assisted l*y Rev. A. T. Rowan, pastor. Salem Baptist Church. Interment Lincoln Cmneterv The KhI> is ai Melianey hi. nctsal Home ' ' ' Mi's. Barker was K in Oct. 16. I'L‘1. in Jackson. Tcnn.. daugh ter of John and Gertrude II. i i is. She leaves a son Mila a Norwood. Champaign: a siesv daughter. Join Alien. Cham rai^n; her m o t h e f Mrs. t. i ::de Harris. -10$ K. Tre mont. C four sisters. Mrs. Susie IVs’d and Mrs. Learon Dalton. A th of Champaign; Mrs. Mil dred Dixon. Chicago, and Mrs. Helen Montgomery. Kirkwood Mo.: and three brrthei-s. Hay wood Smith. St. Louis, Mo.; J- FT. Harris. Ventura. Calif.; and Jolin Harris. Jackson. Tenr. AlC Robert T Mitchcil of Chan patgn. has been selected Outstanc ing Airman of the Month at Rock ville AF Station. Ind. Mitchell, a radar operator, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Mitchell of J05 E. Vine St Champaign. He graduated from Champaign High School. John Anders Anders Dies After Drill 1 Albuquerque, N.M. A 20-year-old University of New Mexico football player died Sun day night in a hospital. Dead was .John Anders, a sophomore wingback from Moline, 111. An autopsy was ordered to de termine cause of death. Trainer I.. F. Diehm said there I were no contact drills with most of the practice stressing forma tion stances and offensive assign ments. Anders complained of nausea in the midst of the morning ses sion He was taken to the train ing room and was under a doc tor s care until he was hos pitalized at 12:30 pm. He died at 8 p m. i Diehm said Anders reported he lelt strange. He had been given a complete physical examination Saturday and nothing was found i wrong then, Diehm said Anders had been considered a prime prospect tor this year's var sity. Robert L. Weaver Mass for Robert L. Weaver, 52, of 400 E. 33d st., who died Friday in Veterans Research hospital, will be celebrated at 10 a. m. tomorrow in St. James Catholic church, 2942 Wabash av. He was a vocational thera pist with the county welfare department’s bureau of rehab ilitation. He is survived by his widow, Carolyn; a son, Robert L. Ill; and a sister. I II tl IIN. n.. .. for doin'nothing In Style! By . pedwin. Shoe Dept. 1st Floor Relaxation is re-defined by Pedwin'a new crepe-soled demi boot They're made for the kind of casual living that all America enjoys ... And you can get this knock around casual available in several different tones, into Pedwin *'*■>«» Brown—unlined $9.99 Brown and Grey Lined $10.99 L 11 11 n.r. . . - MERCY HOSPITAL We share the pride of our community in the new Mercy Hospital addition ... another fine medical facility avail able to the Champaign-Urbana area residents. We congratulate everyone who lias had a part in the successful 0 completion of this new addition. Mrs. Es$iv H illis Funeral Is Fridau Funeral services for M: - Esmc 'A'illis. 80. of 40SG E Church St. Champaign. Friday at the Church of God * in Christ. 5Ui and Grove streets. • Elder Solomon Irving officiating Burial v in Lir"oln Ceme ‘ f AtA* Mrs. Willis was bom Jan. 29. , 1883. in Bovdsville. Kv. She leaves one daughter. Mrs. Floy Taylor. 4054 E. Church St.. Champaign, with whom she made her home, and two nieces. Mrs Grace Stratton and Mrs. Anna Emanuel, both of Detroit. Funeral Home Hanev s Rev. Ramsey On Unit 4 Committee Rev. Blaine Ramsey, mem ber of the executive commit tee for the Champaign-Urbana Improvement Assn., has been nameS to the umbrella com mittee on school integration in the Unit 4 system. . The committee, initiated by the Unit 4 Board of Educa jUon an<* administered by the I Champaign Citizens Educa tion Council, is so named be cause it includes a wide range of community leaders interest ed in the progress of local school integration.