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February 7. 19SL Fvergreen -Pag.e. 1 5 John Schermerhorn iwies r-A Requiem Mass was held for. John Thomas Schermerhorn at Our L ^ y p f Mercy Church of Eureka, Jan.- 29. Father Cheevers of Kimberly, B.C. held the sermon. ' Four grancfisons served the priest, at the-mass. Rosary ..'was recited at the Gomph Funeral . Rome, and, was led by David Swanberg. Paul bearers were Fred Titchbournfl, Rudy Peck; Lynn Purdy, Deb Harvey, Alex'Donaldson and George Davis. Mr. Schermelhorn was born in Marble Rock, Floyd County, Iowa Feb. '27, 1875 to John and Rebecca Schermerhorn. He spent his childhood, grade school and high- school in Marble Rock. In 1900 he married Louise Victoria Knapp of Greene, Iowa. To this union were born one girl and five boys. They lived in Rockford, Iowa, until 1917 and then moved to Barns- ville, Minnesota, where he worked on his farm. In 1939 he re tired and moved to Eureka where the rest of his family resided until May 1957, .then he traveled to Dubor, Washington to visit his son Ivan, and there he passed away. John Schermerhorn is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Smith, of Eureka, five sons, Lyle and Gene of Eureka, Ivan of Auburn, Washington, Dale of Phoenix, Arizona, and Joseph of Osburn, Idaho; one sister, Mrs. ,Harmon Blake of Rolla, Missouri, and one bro ther, Wa^-ne Schermer horn of Spokane, Wash ington, 21 grandchild ren, and one great granddaughter. Mr. Schermerhorn passed away Jan 25, 1958 at Auburn, Wash ington of heart failure, at the age of 82 years. Cook I n font D ies v V Grave Slide rites were held at . the Eureka Cemetery for Kenneth Ellsworth Cook Jr., Thursday, Jan. 23. Services were conduct ed by Rev. Warren Pom eroy of the Church of God. ‘ Kenneth *-■ was born ■ January 16, 1958,' ‘in Mi s soui a .and passed away January 19. Sur viving. him are his parents, Mr. land Mrs. Kenneth .Cook; has mat ernal. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Truman *of Milltown; his paternal grand parents, Mrs.'Bob Nel son of Rexford and John Cook of Eureka, Mrs. J. L. Truman of’ Rexford, Mr. and Mrs. Roby Tripplett of Milltown and Mrs. Cook of Eureka■ are the great grandparents of Kenneth. A brother preceeded him in death in 1957. He is also survived by several other rela tives. Out of town re latives who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrsl Kenneth Cook and Mri and- Mrs. Frank Truman and fam ily of Milltown, C of C o d TIP Elect Officers Caroline Decker, LaDonna Leonard, Ber nice Quilling, and Dorothy Quilling were\ elected president, vice president, secre tary, and treasurer of the* Church * of ' God‘ young peoples' group Thursday, Jan; 2 b , Other officers and committees elected were news reporter, Larry Warren; shower committee, Loretta Quilling, ..and Marilyn Irwin; and\ devotional leader, Linda Bean. Games were played afterwards. Hostesses Mrs. Warren Pomeroy, .served a lunch after wards. idors M e e t The Border Trail Riders held a meeting Sunday, Feb. 2 at the home of George Ramlow. .A pot luck dinner was served, Thirteen mem bers and six children were present. Plans were made of a meeting which will be held March 2 at the home of Chester Ap e1and. B E A T POLSONI:I Lockers Butter Milk and. IceCream Records showDARIGOLDis the b e s t ! P h o n e 4 5 1 1