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Oak Park Oak Leaves (Newspaper) - September 9, 1954, Oak Park, Illinois Page 52 than., sept. 9. 1954 rites today for George h. La hey 55 funeral services will be held today thursday for George h. Lahey 55. Of 542 Lathrop from Quot Post Khait at 9 30 . To st. Luke s Church in River Forest who requiem solemn High mass will to offered at 10 . Interment will be at it. Zion. 111. Or. Lahoy. Who died suddenly tuesday in his Home had been a resident of River Forest for 1&Quot years. He was a native of mat Toon. 111. He was president of Lahey Jackson equipment company Semi t rail or distributors sine a 19-17. He was a member of st. Luke s Parish. J survivors Are his widow mar s Gueritey a daughter Patricia la i he two Brothers Henry and Job soph Lahey of Mattoon 111., and i two Sisters i s. Oma Brumelow of Kokomo ind., and mrs. Kath j Erine Keller of Milwaukee wis. Otto Westergaard former villager Dies at 70 funeral services were held tuesday afternoon for Otto Westergaard 70, of 6101 North Sheridan Chicago formerly of Oak Park and River Forest at drechsler Chapel under the auspices of Siloam commander 54, k. T. Interment was private. Or. Westergaard died sunday at West suburban Hospital. He had been in failing health for about a year. A native of Copenhagen Denmark or. Westergaard had been a resident of Oak Park and River Forest for More than 40 years. He was a Public accountant for Many years heading his own firm j Westergaard and associates Quot at 30 North Lasalle. He was a member of fair Oaks Lodge 1006, . And . Medinah Temple a.a.o.n.m.s., of Chicago Oak Park Council r. And . 93, Oak Park chapter 244, r.. And Siloam commander 54, . Survivors Are his widow. Elsie Bryan Westergaard a son Don i k. Westergaard of Cak Park a daughter mrs. Vivian Edenton of Chicago and three grandchildren. Welfare group plans get acquainted meet next meeting of Community welfare for mentally retarded children will be held monday at 8 . At the Bonaparte school Corner Park Boulevard and butter Field Road South of Glen Ellyn. It will be a get acquainted meeting. The school operated by the group for mentally retarded children from the Ages of 6 through 25, opened for the new term this week. The teenage group will have a fall Roundup on sunday from 3 to 5 . At the school. Further information May be obtained by calling mrs. William Weiss at Gladstone 3-1681.death notices Markwyn funeral Home Joseph Petrzilka amp son 6901-03 w. Roosevelt Road phone Stapley 8-0904 Berwyn s"9htesf a Dea prom nerf k a q to. 6 0vv evil non 1 we i term Quot 5 a Perschl Pis one Eyou my c of w h a a i entrust y is "9 of in Ai an time Nus of Peterson funeral Home cob Well mrs. Guy w. Emma a Cornwell Lakewood City calif., formerly of Oak Park died August 22. Obituary elsewhere. Gibson John Gibson 59. 511 South Grove died suddenly in his Home saturday. Obituary elsewhere. Gits Shirlev Ellen gits. 30, of 1003 Lathrop died september 1. Obituary elsewhere. A Gok Dkl Luc Wir Goede. 92, 836 we Nonah died monday after a Brief illness. Born in Germany or. Goede came to this country As a Young lad. And resided in Chicago 1 or Manv years moving to the Village in 191d. He was a carpeted by Trade and was associated with word ers company and Ross Cedar Chest company for a number of years. He had been n retirement since "1930, due to a hip injury. Survivors include his daughter Barbara Goede. With whom he made his Home and a son Arnold Goede of Forest Park. Also Surv ing Are one grandchild. George Goede and three great grand children Gail. Caren Ann and Gordon Goede. Funeral services were held yesterday from Haggard Chapel interment was private. Hay mrs. Clara m. Hay 74. 830 South Lyman died suddenly August 31. Obituary elsewhere. Lahey George h. Lahey 55, 542 Lathrop died suddenly in his Home tuesday. Obituary elsewhere. Mckebby mrs. George j. Catherine Mckerr of 430 Wisconsin died August 31, at Columbus Hospital. Obituary elsewhere. Manville Newton n. Manville 49, 1164 u South Oak Park died August 31. Obituary elsewhere. Manville mrs. Newton n. Virginia a Manville. 1164south Oak Park died August 31. Obituary elsewhere. Nil Sony mrs. Cecile Briard Nelson 81, of 12s South Elmwood died monday at Wesley memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for the past three months. A native of Chicago. Mrs. Nelson had lived at the Home of her Niece. Mrs. Cedric h. Pierce at the Elmwood address since 1951. She was a member of lady Washington chapter order of the Eastern Star and of the Allied drug club. She was the widow of the late Horace c. Nelson and the Mother of the late Horace Nelsonjr. Who preceded her in death. Survivors Are three nieces mrs. Pierce mrs. Edna Bauer of new York and mrs. Georgia Lewis of River Forest. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon from Kampp and son Chapel with the Rev. David e. Gibson. Of the Church of the Epiphany officiating. Interment was at Forest Home cemetery. O Neill a John Francis o Neill. 41, 1125 columbian died suddenly in his Home september 1. Obituary elsewhere. A Boehls Arthur f. Proehl. 81, of 607 Wenonah died suddenly in his Home september 1. A native of Chicago or. Proehl had been a Village resident for the past eight years. He was formerly associated with Weymer company for a number of years and been in Quot retirement for 10 years. He was a member of st. Peters a. Reform Church. He was preceded in death by his wife amalie Proehl. Survivors include two daughters Lillian Proehl of the Home address and mrs. E Hel Kelly of Chicago a son Arthur Proehl also of the Home address and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held saturday afternoon a Moeller Chapel in Chicago with the Rev. Henry Lambreth officiating. Interment was at Eden cemetery. Beeps mrs. Fred g. Keeps 64. Of 869 South Grove died Early sunday at Home after an illness of some months. Obituary elsewhere. Rennie or. Arthur l. Rennie 68, of 914 South Taylor a retired Chicago dentist d red suddenly last thursday. Born in Morrison 111. Or. Rennie had resided in the Village for the past eight years and had practice in the Chicago area for Manj years. Sure Vars Are two Brothers or. Leland Rennie of the Home address and John Rennie and three Sisters Mae Myrtle and Mable Rennie All of Savannah. Iii. Funeral services were held saturday morning from Williams Chapel with the Rev. Clarence sch waiter officiating. Interment was at Oakridge cemetery. Bocco William j. Rocco 63, of 1118 South Lyman died last thursday at Columbus memorial Hospital after a Brief illness. A native of Chicago. Or Rocco had lived in the Village for the four years. He was Foreman for the cat and its predecessor for 48 years. He was a member of st. Frances of Rome Church. Or. Rocco was a Veteran of world War i. And a member of the american legion. He was the husband of the late Emma Nee Arturi who died in 1950. And the son of Mary Rocco. Nee de Leonardis and the late Nicholas Rocco. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Marie Pontillo and Anna Mae Rocco of the Home address a son. Nicholas Rocco of Chicago six Sisters mrs. Dolly Serritella. Delia Pecucci mrs. Lucy Salvatore. Mrs. Antonia Carroo Geraldine Rocco and Nicoline Rocco. And a brother. John Rocco All of Chicago. Funeral services were held tuesday morning from Cappetto Chapel to st. Frances of Rome Church. Interment Wuy it it. Carmel cemetery. Schnei debt miss Elizabeth Emma Schneider 70. 600 South Maple died August 31. After a two year illness. Born in North Dakota. Miss Schneider had been a Village resident since 1908. Survivors Are two nieces. Mrs. Ethel Craddock and mrs. Bernice Schweitzer both of Elmhurst. And two nephews. Wilbert of Naperville and Orville Bergren of Villa Park. Funeral services were held Friday morning at drechsler Chapel. Interment was at Waldheim cemetery. Sheedyy mrs. Mary Farrell Sheedy. 84. 1016 North Lombard died last thursday in her Home due to infirmities of age. Born in Chicago september 22. 1870. Mrs. Sheddy moved to the Village 31 years ago. She was a member of st. Giles Parish and of the Guild of the Tabernacle. Survivors Are a daughter mrs. Lorretta Holden of the Home address and two grandchildren. Mrs. Geraldine Bowman of Palatine Illinois and Larry Holden jr., of Chicago. Funeral services were held saturday from Hursen Chapel to st. Giles Church. Interment was at Calvary cemetery. Theobalds mrs. Anna Adank Theo bold 90, of 428 South Humphrey died tuesday in a convalescent Home in Batavia where she had been the past few months. Born of German Swiss parents in june 1864, she Frew up in Chicago. Her husband rank Theobald a dry goods merchant of Long standing who had worked with Field and Leiter preceded her in death 15 years ago. She had resided in the Village at the Humphrey address the past 33 years. Mrs. Theobald was a lutheran. Surviving Are three sons. Walter and Arthur of the Village and Harold of Broadview three grandchildren mrs. Dorothy Todd of Warsaw. Ind. Howard Theobald of Chicago and mrs. Gloria Kvamme of Broadview and five great grandchildren. Services tomorrow. Friday will be conducted at Hursen s Chapel at 1 30 . By he Rev. Hot l. Whitebread. With burial to follow at Elm Lawn cemetery. Westergaard a Otto Westergaard 70, of Chicago formerly of Oak Park and River Forest. Obituary elsewhere. Nakama reception next thursday Nakama club will hold its fall reception at nineteenth Century woman s club on thursday september 16. Mrs. Emery Walker club president and her Board will receive members and their guests at 12 o clock. Luncheon will be served at 12 30 . Reservations for members and guests should be made with mrs. Victor Gregg Euclid 6-0778, or John Gibson Dies at 59 John Gibson 59, of 511 South Grove suffered a fatal heart at tack in his Home saturday. Hgt had Ben a Village resident sine 1929. Tie formerly made his Hom it in Chicago for about five years after coming to this country fron his native Home in Canada. He was vice president and Sale manager for the past 20 years with the automatic Oil and heat ing company in Chicago. Or. Gib son was a member of second presbyterian Church in which he a also a trustee Deacon and elder in addition to being Active ii men s groups of the Church. H was a member of Riverside Gol club and of the National Sale executive club. Survivors include his widow Mina a son John jr., and i daughter Ann Gibson four Broth ers George Kenneth he a or Thomas and Edward Gibson Anc two Sisters Elsie and Marie Gibson All of Canada. Funeral services were held sunday afternoon at Haggard Chapel with the Rev. A. G. Tozer conducting the services. Burial took place tuesday at Wroxeter ont. Canada with graveside services held club plans five events inter Parish Catholic Young people s club has been Busy planning the following activities to interest Young people Between the Ages of 18 and 30 on tuesday september 14, there will be a business meeting at st. James Parish 212 South 6th, Maywood at 8 . On sunday september 19, the club will visit st. Joseph s or Quot Hanage in Lisle. Meet at Harlem and Ogden avenues at 12 30 for rides. St. Eulalia s Young people s club will hold the first dance of the year in Maywood at 8 30 . On Friday september 24, roller skating is planned at the spot j Light rink West of la Grange i Road on route 66. For rides meet at ascension 815 South East at 7 30 ., or Harlem and Ogden avenues at 7 45 . On sunday september 26, com i Munion sunday will be observed at st. Mary s Parish. Riverside 111., at 10 . Mass. On monday september 27, a business meeting will be held at st. Thomas Aquinas Parish Chicago at 8 . For further information concerning the club s activities Call Dick Drapeau at Euclid 6-7764. Mrs. Ernest g. Canham Forest 9-5957. A wide Range enables a family to choose a service in keeping with its . Kampp amp son funeral Home 318-20 n. Central ave. Aus in 7-0017 Euclid 6-5840 6938 w. North Avenue Mern Moc 7-4441 oth f location 5831 w Chicago Avenue

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