Janesville Daily Gazette, Janesville, Wisconsin, 14May1958, Wed, Page 2

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Janesville Daily Gazette, Janesville, Wisconsin, 14May1958, Wed, Page 2 - OBITUARIES Mrs. Leonard McGrath Mrs. Leonard...
OBITUARIES Mrs. Leonard McGrath Mrs. Leonard McGrath, 38, of Rte. 1, Darien, died Tuesday in Lakeland Hospital, Elkhorn, following following a long illness. The former Lillian McClellan, daughter of Fred and Lulu McClellan, McClellan, was born in Cass County, Indiana, Sept. 15, 1919. She was married to Leonard McGrath in South Beloit Sept. 28, 1934. She was a member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Delavan. Surviving are her husband; two sons, James Robert McGrath with the Air Force in Lincoln Nebr.; and Leonard McGrath Jr. at home; stepmother, Mrs. Ruby McClellan, Janesville; three sisters, sisters, Bonnie McClellan. Mrs. Robert Robert Vick and Mrs. Buchs, all of Janesville; three brothers Charles, Afton, Robert, with the Army in Germany and Frank McClellan McClellan with the Navy in the Pacific Pacific area. A son, her parents and three brothers preceded her in death. Services will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday in Rossman-Uehling- Kinzer Chapel, Beloit, and at o'clock in St. Thomas' Church, Beloit. The Rosary service will be at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Janesville. Pallbearers were John and Gil bcrt Grunsel, Maurice And Lloyd Apfel, Fern and Harold Becker. Philip Gould Philip Gould, 65, Rockford, fa ther of Mr.s. James Lamont, Ev ansville, suffered a fatal heart attack attack Tuesday. He was employed at Barber Colman Co., Rockford, for years. He was a deacon in First Baptist Church there. Surviving are three daughters, a son, 12 grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters. Funeral arrangements are being completed at Julian-Poorman Funeral Funeral Home, Rockford. Defense at Hand in Damage Claim Defense testimony was expect ed to start Wednesday afternoon in the damage action of Raymond T. Madden, Janesville contractor, against Logan Trucking Co., South Beloit, and its driver, William Walters. The suit, on trial for the second day before Judge Harry S Fox and a jury, involves damage to a big excavating machine owned by Madden, allegedly the result of negligence by the trucker. trucker. A section of heavy concrete storm sewer pipe fell on part of

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Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)14 May 1958, WedPage 2
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