Clipped From The Des Moines Register
r W3iif CEORGE It STOKESBARY Services (or George R. Stokesbary Jr.. 64. of 123S York St, who died of heart ailment Thursday at bom, will b at 10 a.m. f - - Monday at Vliita- Vliita- r Uloa Catholic Church. Durial will L'bt In Clendale Cy i Cemetery. it f Bom In Klemme, A . J Mr- Mr- Stokesbary had I ""T lived In Des Molnea I P,ilnct 1141. He f ALJ retired In 1911 as iooi a. Polk County weed tokimmv commliiloner and formerly was with the Des Molnei Fire Drpartment. He wu a member of the Dowllnf Club and a World War II Navy veteran. Survivors Include hit wife, Marie; a ion, Thomaa S. of Ankeny. two daughter. Linda Ashing and Pamela HillaboU, both of Des Moines; two aiiteri, Florence Bair and Eva Glasaell, both of Storm Lake; and ail grandchildren. The family suggeiti that any memorial contributions be made to Dowling High School scholarthlp fund. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today and a rotary will be recited at 7 p m. Sunday at Hamilton's Funeral Home.