Sparrow Lake News
Mrs. C.K. Walton Well Known Ottawa Pianist, Dies " Mrs. Anne Marie Walton, wife of Charles K. Walton and well known pianist, died Saturday in a local hospital following an illness illness of- of- several months. In her 33th year, she had resided in Ottawa Ottawa for the past three and a half years. Born at Sparrow Lake, Mus-koka, Mus-koka, Mus-koka, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clipsham and at the age of 16 obtained her A.T.C.M. Her accomplishments as a pianist were known throughout the Dominion and she frequently broadcast over the CBC network. Her last broadcast was that preceding preceding the trooping of the colors during the unveiling ceremonies when Their Majesties were in Canada. ' . - She was a member of South-minster South-minster South-minster United church and the Dramelodic Club. , Surviving besides her , parents and husband, a member of the War Supply Board, are a- a- son, Charles Kingsley Walton, age five, at home; a daughter, Mary Louise Walton, three and a half, afeo at home, and a brother, Bruce Clip-sham, Clip-sham, Clip-sham, Sparrow Lake. . The body is resting at Hulse and Flayfair, Limited, 315 McLeod street, where service was held In the chapel at 2.30 this afternoon with Rev. Charles .Donald offlci ating. Interment was in Beech' wood cemetery.