Villa Celeste Leach Doig (Dolg?) obituary - Dorothy McElwee - sister
Viiia Celeste Doig, 70, dies TOWNSEPjn _ Uill, Celeste Doig, 70, died here today, at the home of her daughter after an extended illness. She was an avidout-doorswoman, avidout-doorswoman, avidout-doorswoman, who was !oca!ly known for her love of gardening;. ■ She was born io Dertea and Olive Leach in Ganges, Mich., on Anrit 1i 1WV7 Thn family later moved to Hadersburg where she attended attended schools and her father operated an amusement amusement hall. On Oct. 14, 1925, she mar-' mar-' mar-' rled Waller L. Dolg. He survives survives her. ■ During her lifetime, she was active in many organizations, including past noble grand of the rtebekahs, the Women's SOClCtv of Christian So™;™ Slid thn Senior m, .,.-.„., .,.-.„., .,.-.„., Other survivors inelitdp hTr.rin.iru in 'r-r...,nCo».c 'r-r...,nCo».c 'r-r...,nCo».c two sons, Rny of Townsend pending the arrival of and Dave of Dillon: two relatives, daughters, Mrs. Emma hunger ot Townsend and Margy of Gig Harbor, Wash.; two brothers, Lawrence Leach of Town-send Town-send Town-send and Leonard Leach of Morro Bay, Calif,; a sister, Dorothy McElwee of WUmII; 16 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. .. . Funeral arrangements are pending at Connors • Tg)<urlou*^~ NORTH VIEW JPARTMF.NTS twirti 4 r«iy Call 442-7178 442-7178 442-7178 . for appointment )o iwl ■ District S Finale* SATURDAY, 8 P.M. Hoar Ihe Select Orchestra arid .Chorus Malhews, Chorus Dir. Lanes Boyd, .Band Dir., Orchesfro Dir., U of M. -.Arfoflfc..*lW -.Arfoflfc..*lW Club.