|William J. White, Native
Of Hanover, Dies in Iowa
William J. White, 86, a native of
Hanover, died Saturday, Jan. 25, at
his home in Oelwein, Iowa.
The remains were brought to the
Cherrion funeral home where
friends called. Funeral services
were conducted at 1:30 p. m. Tues-
day in the United Presbyterian
church, Hanover, with the Rev. Her-
bert L. Sturgill, pastor of the Meth-
odist church, Hanover, officiating.
During the services Mrs. Olive
Speer played softly.
Casket attendants were Glenn
Carson, J. Wallace Moore, J. J.
Rogers, J. Leslie Speer, Allen Wol-
cott, and John Speer. Burial was in
Evergreen cemetery, Hanover.
He was the son of James W. (Whitney)
and Harriet Fowler White and was
born at Hanover, Jo Daviess county,
Ill., Aug. 1, 1860. He married Eliza-
beth Harper on Sept. 11, 1884, at
Hanover, where he resided until
1900 when they moved to (Oelwein) Iowa.
Mrs. White died Feb. 10, 1938.
Surviving are a son, James W.
White, at home, two daughters, Mrs.
(Jessie) R. E. Boyd, of Mount Carroll,
and Mrs. (Jennie) John Kanestrom of
Troutdale, Ore., three grandchildren,
and three great grandchildren.