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There are kids in these orphanages who have lost their parents to things like AIDS, and our players were just like human jungle gyms to them. It was definitely humbling to see how joyful they are. Then we drove into the stadium and they had put so much work into making it work for an American football game. Third-string quarterback Nick Ens, who had replaced the injured Mike Piatkowski and Tyler Castro, mounted two scoring drives and the defense held up to allow Drake to claim an exciting victory in the historic contest.
It may not have counted in any standing, but it was clear these Bulldogs had no intention of leaving without a victory, and representing well the athletic talents of not just their school but their country. Then there were the 1, kids from the youth clinics who were given the VIP treatment. Our guys rushed over there and the kids were going crazy, excited. They understood that it was a special deal. Rotated in with the projects also was an opportunity to enjoy a day on safari at the Tarangirie National Park.
Three generations of my family stayed overnight and we were made extremely welcome. My children played with the children of the village and everyone was incredibly happy. It was an experience we will never forget. We just wanted the experience to be phenomenal.
Hopefully the trip will be a microcosm of the different kind of experiences we have in our program. Each person will take something different out of it, but what happened over there exceeded any kind of expectation.
They had trained and prepared for months, but none could fully appreciate the enormity of the task until they were on the mountain. We woke up at We get to the top—not to the summit—but the crater rim, and the sun rises, and I think, to a man, we all said if we had to look back and re-do what we had just done, I think a lot of us would have bailed!
A lot of guys were sick, some guys were disoriented, but it was kind of one-foot-in-frontof-the-other. Guys were physically helping each other. It was amazing, it was awesome. Major achievements, mixed with the performance of meaningful service to those in need, puts a stamp on this Bulldogs program that is life-long. We learned about six climbing realities that really match up with a football season, so we created a blueprint.
The back-to-back crowns marked the first for the Bulldogs since Drake won the Missouri Valley Conference four straight years from Earlier in the season the Bulldogs recorded their highest ranking, No. Former Drake golfer Zach Johnson reeled off five straight top finishes this year with a runner-up finish at the John Deere Classic, tied for sixth at the British Open, tied for fourth at the World Golf Championships, tied for eighth at the PGA Championship and tied for fifth at the Wyndam Championship.
She averaged a team-leading Ben Simons was named to the All-MVC second team for the second straight season after averaging a team-high The four-year contributor ended his career as one of the most prolific scorers in Drake history, ranking eighth in career scoring with 1, career points and fourth in three-pointers with At the indoor competition he finished 14th, while at the outdoor championship he placed 23rd.
Twombly ended his career as the first Drake thrower to reach the NCAA Championships in the modern era as well as the record holder in the hammer throw, with a mark of Marshall became the sixth Bulldog to earn national-team accolades and the third to garner second-team honors.
The two first-team honorees were the most for the Bulldogs since four Drake players were selected to the All-MVC first team in The Drake Relays celebrated its 48th straight Saturday sellout with a crowd of 14, tying the record since the stadium renovation set previously inand An attendance record was set at each day of the events for a total of 45, fans.
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Incommunity leaders worked to ensure that a new university would be located in their capital city. That university was Drake, and since the beginning, Des Moines and Drake have enjoyed a close partnership.
Des Moines is the political, financial, business and cultural center of the state of Iowa. The metropolitan area of overpeople has enjoyed remarkable stability during uncertain economic times. Known as a major insurance center, the city contains the home offices of 60 insurance companies and houses more than state, district or regional offices for other insurance carriers.
Des Moines also is one of the outstanding publishing centers of the United States. Midwest Living, Metropolitan Home and Better Homes and Gardens are just a few of the well-known magazines published here. Festivals and fairs are a big part of life in Des Moines. It is not surprising that more than 13, Drake alumni have chosen to live and work in the Des Moines area. Every April at historic Drake Stadium, the competition is fierce, the athletes spectacular and the performances legendary.
Fans have packed the stands for runnings, witnessing the fall of 14 world records, 51 American records and 56 national collegiate records. In addition to the world-class competition, the Relays were expanded to include the entire community with the HyVee Road Races at the Drake Relays. Three separate road races on Sunday morning afford athletes of all ages and skill levels to compete and finish their race on the famed Blue Oval.
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That theme serves as the foundation upon which the Bulldogs pursue their goals on and off the field. During his four seasons under center, the signal caller etched his name next to every career and season passing record in school history. Junior Andy Rice and senior Nick Ens will be the two primary candidates to replace Piatkowski and Creighton feels both are more than up to the task. Our goal is not to be an up and down program.
We want to steadily get better and replacing key positions is part of that. Last season he caught 54 balls for yards and six touchdowns. Also returning at wide receiver are veterans Grahm Butler and Jacob Dines. However, developing depth will be critical to the success of the offense. Captain and all-PFL tight end Kevin Marshall anchors the position after hauling in 53 passes for yards with two scores last season.
Jacob Schmudlach also returns after averaging 12 yards per catch a season ago with the physically imposing Dan Hohenstein providing additional depth at the end of the line. Last season he racked up yards and eight touchdowns on the ground while picking up yards and three scores as a receiver out of the backfield. Scott will be backed up by a cadre of talented redshirts, including A.
Veteran Brett Park returns after missing the bulk of due to injury while Naser Hannoon and Nick Underwood each bring three years of experience to the line. That duo recorded nearly total tackles last season with Depth at the position is bolstered by fifth-year senior Seth Hedman who has started at various points in his career.
Fifth-year senior and team captain Mike Ratelle anchors the group after earning all-PFL honors in with 44 tackles and two interceptions. The defense backs and the entire defense will also have the benefit of this being their second season under the direction and system of defensive coordinator Brad McCaslin. The squad opens the season with three straight games against scholarship programs, including a visit to in-state foe UNI following the home opener against Grand View. Creighton anticipates those contests preparing the Bulldogs for the rigors of the conference schedule.
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RS Lone Tree, Colo. Washington RB So. RS Overland Park, Kan. HS Overland Park, Kan. HS South Elgin, Ill. His commitment and drive for excellence on the field is just as strong on the field as off. Inhe led the Bulldogs to their second straight Pioneer Football League title and the sixth PFL championship in league history with an record and a mark in league play. The team was led by one of his star pupils in record-setting quarterback Mike Piatkowski. A school record game home winning streak helped Creighton make Drake Stadium one of the toughest venues in the nation with the Bulldogs going an astonishing at home in his career at Drake including an record in home PFL games.
In addition to back-to-back conference titles, his teams have posted four consecutive top three finishes in the PFL, and his 38 wins are the most by a Drake head coach in the first five seasons on the job. Inhis fourth Bulldogs team won nine games and tied for the Pioneer Football League title with a conference record. It was Drake s fifth PFL crown and first since The awards honor student-athletes, athletic administrators, civic leaders, coaches, parents, organizations, and other individuals who demonstrate an outstanding ability to manage life on and off the field, and who demonstrate a commitment to the betterment of society.
Drake s two-week experience in Africa in for the inaugural Global Kilimanjaro Bowl included significant service projects in orphanages and schools, the ascension of 19,foot Mt. Kilimanjaro and a victory over a Mexican collegiate all-star team in the Kili Bowl-the first game of American football played on African soil.
With that trip setting the foundation for the Bulldogs season the team, under Creighton s guidance, adopted the theme "Tupande Kileleni," a Swahili term that translates to "Let s climb to the summit. Inpicked to finish sixth in the preseason coaches poll, Creighton guided Drake to an record, including a third-place finish in the Pioneer Football League. Drake matched its best nine-game start in history inwhile riding a six-game midseason winning streak to bring Creighton s two-year record at the school to Creighton s first Drake club in went and finished in a tie for fourth in the PFL.
University Offensive Coordinator Manchester Ind. During his last three years at Wabash, Creighton led the Little Giants to a record. As offensive coordinator at Wabash, Creighton s teams averaged 35 points per game with the multiple offense producing the school s all-time leading rusher and passer.
Three starting quarterbacks received All-America honors. Under Creighton, Wabash won conference championships in05, 06 and He coached 83 all-conference players, including seven who earned conference player of the year honors, along with 13 All-Americans. Creighton was head coach at Ottawa Kan. University fromcompiling a record of Inheriting a team that posted a record of the previous season, Creighton guided his club to a finish en route to capturing its first Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference title since He also led Ottawa to a conference championship in along with appearances in the NAIA playoffs in 97 and Creighton served as offensive coordinator at Concordia Ill.
As an All-America quarterback, Creighton led Kenyon Ohio College to its only North Coast Athletic Conference title in and was named conference player of the year after setting single-season conference records for passing yardage 2, and touchdowns Chris and his wife, Heather, have two daughters, Hallie 9 and Kate 7 and a son Luke 6.
Fox, who also serves as assistant head coach, guided an offensive line unit in that helped lead Drake to its highest yardage total 4, yards since after amassing 4, yards in Both accomplishments were even more remarkable in light of the fact that the offensive line went through several re-shufflings due to injury, yet still managed to protect quarterback Mike Piatkowski as he went on to set nearly every single-season and career passing record at Drake.
In Fox led a strong unit on the offensive line, and on special teams where the Bulldogs ranked fifth in the nation in FCS in in both punt and kickoff coverage, allowing opponents an average of just 3. Drake s punt-return average of Fox brought an extensive coaching background to Drake in January after serving most recently as offensive coordinator at Centre Ky. He was promoted to associate head coach at Centre in During his tenure at Centre, Fox coached 16 first-team all-league performers and 50 total offensive all-conference players.
Stewart, Freeport, and Mrs. Funeral services will be held at Monroe Saturday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Suday afternoon at a time and place to be announced later, and burial will be in Mount Pleasant cemetery. Taft, widow of L. Taft, was born in Oneco township Jan. Surviving are one brother, Joseph B. Joseph's Home for the Aged, former area schoolteacher, died Monday, July 5, at the home. Having attended Illinois State University at Normal, she was noted for being the oldest alumna there.
Her memberships included the National Retired Teachers Associating and several educational organizations. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and the Marian Society of the church. She is survived by nieces and one nephew. Three sisters and one brother preceded her in death. Funeral service will be Vincent's Chapel in Freeport. Clarence Thennes will officiate. Burial will be in St. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p. Vincent's Chapel where a Scripture service will be held at 7: Tappe had been in failing health for a number of weeks.
Funeral services will be conducted from the family home. Oak avenue, at 9 o'clock Saturday morning and at 9: Joseph's Catholic church, of which he was a member. Berg, pastor, will celebrate the funeral mass and burial will be made at St. Tappe was born in Germany, June 20, He came to Freeport with his parents in and had since made his home here.
For a period of 54 years he was engaged in the harness and saddelry business having been a member of the firm of H. The firm discontinued its business in His wife passed away in The following children survive: The following brother and sisters also survive; Frank Tappe, Mrs. Sophia Grattelo, all of Freeport. There are also the following grandchildren; Paule E. Tappe was widely known and was held in high esteem by all who knew him. He was affiliated with St. Joseph's church and a member of the St.
Services will be held Tuesday at 1: Visitation will be today Monday from 4 to 9 p. A memorial has been established. Survivors include the widow, the former Frances Kniss; a daughter in Shannon; two grandsons; one brother, and a cousin, Mrs.
Bert Tavenner, W. Tavenner, who was a policeman at Highland Community College at the time of his death, was a policeman on the city police force for many years, serving as assistant chief and captain.
He was a Freeport Park District policeman from to He was also a deputy sheriff in Stephenson County for many years. Tavenner was chief of police at the former Savanna Ordnance Depot in and He married Frances L. Kniss September 1, in Freeport. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. A son and a daughter preceded him in death. Funeral service will be at 1: Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery. The service will be at 1 p. Monday at Walker Mortuary with the Rev. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.
Friends may call form 5 to 7 p. Sunday at the mortuary. She married Theron C. Tavenner on April 26, He died April 17, in Freeport. Surviving are three daughters, June Mrs. Ronald Hawley, Betty C. Mielke and Patricia A. Jerome Strohacker, all of Freeport; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a granddaughter, a brother, and a sister.
He had been a patient there since last Friday, when he suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. Wiens, pastor of First Baptist Church, will conduct the services and interment will be made in City Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. He had been employed by the Furst-McNess Company for 22 ears. Surviving are two sons, Assistant Postmaster Theron C. Tavenner and Deputy Sheriff E. His wife preceded him in death.
She died June 12, His second wife was Lucy McNamar, whom he married February 23, She died March 28, Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church in Polo at 2: Ralph Grieser, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Evergreen cemetery. Friends may call at the Strickler funeral home in Polo.
Tavenner, an active worker in the Polo church and a teacher in the church school until her past illness, and a member of the Polo Woman's club, was born in Stephenson county, Feb. She is survived by two sons, the Rev.
Her husband John B. Valentine Tavenner, with whom she resided on a farm near Polo until his death, preceded her to rest. Researcher Steve Fry shows her birthday as the 5th of Feb. White, pastor of First Baptist Church, will conduct the services and interment will be made in City Cemetery. She graduated from Lanark igh School in Her marriage to Frank Tavenner took place at Lanark February we, They resided at Warren for several years and came to Freeport 25 years ago.
She was a member of Warren Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, a son, E. Bert Tavenner, and a step-son, Theron C. Garrison, superintendent of the poor farm. The lady was afflicted with uremia, and her illness covered a period of five months. The deceased was born in New York state 23 years ago and came west with her parents 16 years ago. I show her date of birth as September 7, She was married to Frank Tavenner August 29, She was a most estimable lady and was beloved by all who knew her.
She was an earnest Christian and a member of Embury church. She leaves her husband and a baby one week old, besides her parents. Garrison's only child, and her death is a severe blow to them. The funeral will be held from Mr. Garrison's residence at the poor farm Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and Rev.
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For 46 years he was employed by the post office in Freeport and was postmaster upon retirement. An avid gunsmith, he was well known throughout the country. He married Esther L. Herbig on April 26, in Freeport. Surviving is his widow; three daughters, June Mrs. Mielke, and Patricia A. He was preceded in death by a brother and a granddaughter. Service will be held at 1 p. Tuesday at Walker Mortuary. Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.
Morris Taylor, 73 one of the two members of the Taylor family who gave the Oscar Taylor homestead to the Stephenson County Historical Society for use as a historical museum. Taylor was known as the "photographer of the North," having lived in the Yukon and photographed it for seven years, and then for 25 years in the Jasper Park area of Canada. He moved to Santa Barbara in and continued to spend six months of each year in Canada in the photography business.
Taylor was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on May 15, He graduated from Cornell University in in forestry, and was a member of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. He attended his 50th class reunion in During World War I he was a lieutenant in the Army. He has been an active member of the Alpine Club of Canada. Carroll Avenue, Freeport for use as a museum. It was later made a park, under a state statute for maintenance by the Freeport Park District.
Taylor of York, Pennsylvania. William Heimbold of Unity Church. Jessie Taylor, a former Freeport resident, died Sunday Sept. Born July 6, near Ridott, she was the daughter of Benjamin C. After her mother's death, she was reared by Mr. Edward Brockhausen as their daughter. She married Lewis D. He died in In she married Vernon H.
Following his death inshe moved to Longmont to be near her son, Dr. Taylor was a member of St. Besides her son she is survived by two granddaughters and a sister, Mrs. Rowland Mathilda of Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 1 o'clock at the Walker Mortuary.
There will be no visitation. She was a native of Pennsylvania. She went to Cedarville in and in went to Pearl City. She was a prominent worker in the Lutheran church and was admired by all because of her excellent qualities. She leaves a husband and two sons. He was employed by Walker Mortuary until going into business for himself under the name of Weise and Tempel Funeral Home on South Adams Avenue, which he operated for 20 years.
Inhe was employed by Fairbanks Morse and then Micro Switch until his retirement. Born June 1, in Freeport, he was the son of Fred H. Surviving are his widow; one son, Theodore F. Anderson of Irving, Texas; and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers. Service will be at 1 p. George Schrader, pastor, officiating. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p. Tuesday at the church.
TEMPEL, 70, a lifelong resident of Freeport and for many years a well-known business man, passed away at his home, West Broadway about noon on Sunday following an extended illness. The date of his death was September 25, For a number of years Mr. Tempel and his brothers conducted a furniture store and undertaking business on East Stephenson Street. He retired from active business several years ago.
Arends, pastor of st. John's Evangelical Church, will conduct the services and interment will be made at Oakland Cemetery.
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Tempel was born in Freeport April 26,the son of August and Charlotte Tempel, pioneer settlers of this community. He received his education in Freeport schools. His marriage to Miss Helen Hendricks took place December 1, To this union four children were born, one passing away in infancy. Besides his wife, he leaves three sons, Arthur E.
Dodge, Iowa; Clarence A. There are also three brothers, Henry C. Tempel, and Edward H.
Tempel, all of Freeport. Tempel was a member of St. She was born Jan. Lois and Harlan J. Tempel were united in marriage on April 26,in Shannon. He died March 2, Lois attended school in Robbinsdale, and graduated from Forreston High School. Later, Lois and Harlan owned a semi rig and hauled goods across the country. Tempel also was very active as a director of their credit union. She retired in when her husband retired from the Freeport City Fire Department. She and her husband loved to travel, and liven in Arizona, Florida, and the couple finally settled in south Texas.
They later returned to Freeport after their health diminished. She loved spending time on her daughter and son-in-law's houseboat on the Mississippi River. She enjoyed fishing, following the Chicago Cubs and making things with her hands. She loved her two cats, Stoner and Bandit, her daughter's Yorkies and her son's lab.
Trijie Tempel of Freeport; two grandsons, Shawn N. Lyons of Stockton and Joshua G. Tempel of Freeport; two granddaughters, Nicole A. Tempel of Stevens Point, Wis. Tempel of Lake Mills, Wis. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her sister, Jeanne. Tempel's funeral service will be held at 2: Visitation will be from 1 p. Saturday until time of service at Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home. She married Don E.
Neva worked with her husband on the farm and with her son at Shannon Marine. She enjoyed making crafts and sharing them with others at various craft stores in the area. She prided herself on making her family's house a home. Neva was always thinking of others before herself. She liked baking and was known for making the best chocolate cake and grape pie.
Marsha Tempel of Temecula, Calif. Suess of Hannibal, Mo. She was preceded in death by her parents. Funeral services will be held at Burial will be at the Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p. A memorial fund has been established.
Stephenson Street, died Tuesday evening, February 18, in Freeport Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. She was married to Earl Tempel on June 23, in Shannon. The couple farmed in the Shannon area for a number of years before moving to Freeport. Surviving are her husband; a son, Donald, of Pearl City; three grandchildren, and a brother, Robert Ploeger of Rockford. Funeral service will be Friday at 1: Anstedt, pastor, will officiate. Friends may call at the Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home from 4 to 9 p.
She was the cafeteria director of Immanuel Lutheran Grade School for 15 years. She was a lifetime member of our Redeemer Lutheran Church. She married Clarence Tempel on August 1, He died October 10, Surviving are two sons, Ted F. Preceding her in death was one brother and one sister. Monday at Walker Mortuary. Predeceased by parents; brothers, Russell, Elmer, Don; and twin sister, Gladys. Service at 11 a.
Burial in Dakota Cemetery. Visitation from 5 to 7 p. Thursday in the funeral home. Memorial fund has been established in his name. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon, but the hour has not been set. He was united in marriage June 14,to Marth Gerber. Anna Reibe, Waukegan; Mrs.
Lena Hockman, Kent; Mrs. Rena Sneeek and Mrs. He lived with his son at West Douglas Street. Ter Hark was born in Holland October 29, He was married there 61 years ago to Miss Grace Fransen. The wife died in He retired in living part of the time in Freeport and part time on the farm with a son.
Surviving are two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Ter Hark of Ridott Township. There are 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.Kanto Girl Meets the Kanto Boys
Born March 17,at Chicago, he was the son of Charles H. He married Joanna Robb June 23,at Sparta. He was a senior technician at Micro Switch in Freeport, where he was employed since April Funeral services will be at 3 p. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Freeport. Friends may call today after 4 p. The casket will not be open at the church. Turpening [Terpening] will be held Saturday from the late home with Rev.
Collins, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church officiating. Burial will be made in the Brethren cemetery. Her marriage to Charles Terpening took place on Thanksgiving Day, Her husband, two sisters, two half-sisters and one half-brother died previously. Terpening was [a] member of the Presbyterian church in Irving Park and belonged to the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church here.
Surviving besides the son is one granddaughter. Funeral Services will be held Friday at 2 p. Wallace Anderson, pastor of the Methodist church, will officiate. Interment will be in Brethren cemetery, Shannon. Thayer, hear of the Independent Coal company, for many years a well known actor and father of Tiffany Thayer, novelist, whose books have caused somewhat of a sensation during the past few years. Thayer was seated at a desk in the office of the Independent Coal company, corner of South Benton avenue and East Washington street, about 4: Although he appeared in good health Mr.
Thayer had suffered from a heart affection for several years. Thayer was born in Freeport June 24,a son of William H. He attended Freeport public schools and while still young started his career as an actor and musical comedy star, taking part in many home talent plays in this vicinity. Later he traveled throughout the country with his brothers, Otis B. Thayer and Ave Thayer, presenting "Sweet Clover. For several years he was also a black-face comedian traveling throughout the United States and Canada and it is claimed he was the first black-face to successfully tour Canada.
He was known throughout the country by members of the profession and likewise had made hundreds of friends outside of it. In Freeport and vicinity he was well and favorable known. He was a man of fine character and pleasing disposition and made friends wherever he went. He was kind and generous and at all times interested in civic movements which tended for the betterment of the community.
No matter what task he understood he worked at it until he saw it through to a successful conclusion. His son, Tiffany Thayer, possessed an unusual love for his father and dedicated all of his books to "Pops," as he called his parent. In one copy he sent to his father, the first off the press, he wrote, "Just to be sure there is no dispute as to who owns this book, to 'Pops' from the 'keed.
It is expected he will come to Freeport arriving here Saturday night to attend the funeral. Thayer was united in marriage to Sybil Farrar in To this union the only son, Tiffany Thayer, was born. In he was again married to Mrs. Ora Johnson, who survives. There is also one step-son, Donald Johnson. He is also survived by a brother and sister, Otis B. Thayer, Los Angeles, Calif. Esther Hough, Colorado Springs, Colo. For the past nine years Mr. Thayer has been head of the Independent Coal company here.
Despite his business connections he always found time to coach and direct home talent plays, being especially active in aiding in the presentation of plays offered by the young people of Immanuel Lutheran church and Freeport high school. Thayer was president of the local chapter of the Equitable Reserve company, of Neenah, Wis. He was a member of Embury Methodist Episcopal church.
For a time he resided at Rockford and during the World war period well known as a "minute man" speaker at Rockford and vicinity. She had lived in Waterloo the past 20 years. Funeral service for Mrs. Thayer will be Sat Her second marriage took place in Freeport to William Thayer in July Surviving besides her husband are one daughter, Mrs.
Melville Reed of Freeport and Mrs. Olive Bussian of Portage, Wis. She was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. The former Freeporter, who wrote 19 novels in his career, eight of them considered best sellers, was 57 years old. He was employed six months a year by an advertising firm, Sullivan, Stauffer, Caldwell and Bayles, and spent the remainder of the year working on his novels.
Thayer was a reporter for the United Press in and He also made an attempt in show business, starting his short-lived career in at Oak Park. Thayer wrote later that he "was forced to write for a living" after his savings were depleted. In Thayer wrote his first successful novel, "Thirteen Men," which sold overcopies. Thayer was the editor of a quarterly magazine, "Doubt" and was secretary of the Fourteen Society of New York. He was born in a brick house which stood at the present site of the Embury Methodist Church, the son of Mr.
Both of his parents were actors in the days of one-night stands. His father was later in the coal business. From his early school days, Thayer possessed a literary bent.
As a freshman his themes were read to the seniors as models of their kind. He earned his first money delivering papers for the Freeport Journal, before the two city papers merged. Born in Lena on June 6,he was the son of Frederick C. Surviving are his widow; three daughters, Mrs. Shirley Donald Marcum of St.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, one sister and two brothers. Service will be held at 1: Friends may call from 3 to 8 p. Sunday at the mortuary where the Eagles Club will conduct a service at 7: Boyd Thoman of W. The former Mabel C. Nath was born in Rock Run Township Feb.
Her marriage to Boyd Thoman took place Aug. They farmed in Winneshiek until moving to Freeport in They observed their golden wedding anniversary last month. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Dallas of Rockford and Delmar of Freeport; four daughters, Mrs.
Paul Salzman and Mrs. Burdette Hutmacher, borht of Freeport; and Mrs. Robert Quies and Mrs. Earl Wiemer of Davis; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Her parents, a daughter and a brother died previously. Lanwere, pastor of First Lutheran Church, will officiate at the funeral.
Interment will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery. Services will be held at the Walker mortuary, West Main street, at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Grahl, pastor of Zion Reformed church, will conduct the services and interment will be made in City cemetery.
She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers ad two sisters. She was united in marriage to Maurice Thomas who preceded her in death. For the past thirty-four years she resided in Freeport.
One daughter survives, Mrs. Two grandchildren and one great-grandchild also survive. Up to a short time before his death he was apparently a well man. Heart failure is assigned as the cause of his untimely demise.
He was ascending the front stairs leading up to the second story of his home and had succeeded in getting half way up, when he fell backward and was picked up and taken to the hospital where he succumbed a short while afterward.
He conducted a large barber shop in Chicago. The deceased is survived by his wife and one daughter. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Dora Nitzel, residing at 49 Winneshiek street.
Ernst Traeger, pastor of the German Reformed church, will officiate. The remains will be interred in the city cemetery. June 30, - Rev. Traeger officiated at the funeral service of the late M. Thomas, the son-in-law of Mrs. Dora Nitzel which were held Saturday afternoon.
Interment was in the city cemetery. Surviving are a son, Lloyd E. Frank Florence Snook of Eleroy; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren.
Two daughters, a son, a brother, and three sisters also preceded her in death. Tuesday at Zion United Methodist Church. James Engel, former pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. This is Sabin Church Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p. Tuesday at Offenheiser-Schwarz Funeral Home here and then at the church until time of service.
She was married to Charles N. To this union were born six children, two having died in infancy and Mrs. Albright who died Oct. Those living are Mr. Whit Thomas of Freeport, Mrs. Orvil Brown of Bradshaw, Nebr.
Robert Malone of Pearl City, Ill. She united with the Baptist church when but 13 years old of which she was a faithful member until moving to Pearl City, Ill. At the age of 12 years, she suffered a heart affection and never fully regained her health. Beulah LaVerne, youngest daughter of D. She lived there until the death of her mother five years ago, when she and her sister, Elta, moved to Freeport. Her father passed away 16 years ago.
A sister, Lottie May, passed away in infancy. The following brothers and sisters survive: Auman, Orangeville; Wilson E. Thompson, San Pedro, Calif. Ralph Woker, Pearl City, Ill.
Funeral services will be held at First Presbyterian Church, of which she was a member, at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Dr.
For many years he operated food service at Micro Switch. He was a former member of First Church of the Nazarene. He and Esther Crummer were married August 1, in Stockton. Surviving family members include his wife; one son, Arlyn R. Preceding him in death were three brothers; his twin, Hale, and Nelson and Allen, and one grandson, Timothy.
Saturday at Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 9: Saturday to time of service at the funeral home. She was born in Kent, March 11,the daughter of David F. For 28 years she was employed at St. Francis Hospital and retired in Surviving are two brothers, L.
Ralph Daisy Woker, Pearl City. Her parents, four sisters, and two brothers preceded her in death. Funeral service will be Monday at 2 p. He married Ruth E. Bruss on August 14, in Panola, Minnesota. He later attended the University of Wisconsin course of American cheese making. William was a cheesemaker at a number of different locations in Illinois and Iowa in his lifetime.
William retired at the age of 80 years of age. He was a member of Stockton Church of the Nazarene. He was an avid Chicago Bulls fan. Arrangements were made through Leamon Funeral Home in Lena.
Thruman was born at Galena, Ill. She was united in marriage in to Charles Thruman at Galena and later the family moved to Freeport. For the past several years the Thrumans have resided at South West avenue. Thruman was a member of the Galena Methodist church. She is survived by her husband; one son, Royce Thruman, of Freeport; a sister, Mrs.
Meier, of Santa Ana, Cal. William Beuscher, pastor of the Oak Avenue Evangelical church will conduct funeral services at 1: Tuesday at the Walker mortuary and the body will be taken to Lena, Ill. Friends may call at the Walker mortuary tonight or tomorrow.
Wednesday in a Rockford nursing home after a 2-month illness. He was born January 5, in Davis, the son of Mr. He married Lottie Harrington October 11, in Davis.
Survivors are his daughter, Mrs. Lulu Henze and Mrs. Laura Henze, both of Rock City. Friday in the Chapin Funeral Home, the Rev.
Virgil Smith, pastor of the Durand Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Davis Cemetery. Friends may call from 8 to 9 o'clock tonight at the funeral home. Conrad Tielkemeier, 61, passed away at her home early today, May 25, She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Shelton of Sterling and Mrs. Fred Sypherd, of Macomb, Illinois. Private funeral services will be conducted at the home at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Friends may call at the home from 1 to 2 o'clock Monday.
He was born inthe son of Charles and Mina Tielkemeier, and died in Burial was in Dakota Cemetery. Surviving are his widow; four daughters, Mrs. John Schoonhoven of Evergreen, Colorado, Mrs. Charles Beck of Villa Park, Mrs. She was the youngest daughter of the late James H. Addams, formerly of Cedarville. She leaves a brother Austin Addams, of Rockford, and a sister, Mrs. Agnes Barker, of Avon, Wis.
TIMMS, an engine wiper at the Illinois Central roundhouse, met a terrible death in the Illinois Central yards a short distance south of the depot platform about 6 o'clock this morning. Louis special due here from the south at 5: The pilot of the engine struck the victim at the back of the legs just above the ankle, and threw him up into the air. The body came down head first, struck on the pilot and was whirled off to one side of the track.
The first collision broke both of Timins' legs, the bones protruding through the flesh. The fall of the body head foremost, after being tossed up to the stack of the engine, broke the unfortunate man's neck and made two wounds on the top of his head, one a deep fracture of the skull and the other a gash in the scalp.
Timins lived for a few minutes after the accident occurred. Timins, who worked at night, lived in the country, about three miles from town, on the Cedarville road. His wife used to drive in to town with him evenings and in the morning she would have a rig waiting for him at the Cedarville bridge to take him home. He had finished his work and was on his way toward the bridge and in the company of several other railroad men when killed.