Leroy McAndrew 1959

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laborers a five on pinned another a transferred in car- and Sawyer, at rack, under of almost .1/r.s. E. A. Herr Mi's. E. A. (Gladys M.) Herr, 59. of 1721 Shanprni La drive, Grand Rapids, formerly of Ben- Ion Harbor, died Saturday niter- noon in Butlcrworlh hospital. Grand Rapids. following an cx- tcndod illness. Mrs. Herr was born in Racine, Wis., the daughter of tlic late Mr. and Mrs. William Moulds, owners of Moulds Brass Foundry in Benton Benton Harbor. While here she was a member of the F i r s t . Congregational church and of (lie Eastern Star. Following her marriage to Mr. Herr she moved to Grand Rapids, where she was a member of the Women's City club. Park Congregational Congregational church and was active In the YWCA. Surviving Is her husband; daughter, Mrs. Carl (Gcraldine) Mathcws of Benton Harbor; two sons. David G. Rlsto of Benton Harbor and William L. Risto of Lorain, Ohio, and eight grandchildren. grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. from the Zaagman funeral home, Grand Rapids, with the Rev. Charles Hubert Stem, of the Park Congregational Congregational church, officiating. Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. from Crystal Springs cemetery, with burial to follow there. II, having served In the European European theater of operation. Mr. McAndre.. is survived by his wife, the former Bertha Hol- t'omb, whom he married Dec. 31 1951, in Joiiesboro, Ark.; mother, Mrs. Bessie White, of Thlda. Ark.; two children, Ricky Lee. (I, and Ten! Renee, 2; two brothers, William. Oi Bcntor Harbor, and Clifton, of Portersville, Portersville, Calif. One brother preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m, in the funeral home, witli the Rev. R D. Bredholt. castor of the Church of the Nazarcne. officiating. Burial will be in North Shore Memory Gardens. Friends nay call at the Florin funeral'home. was They question to to of of gum $25 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,., ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, -., I of St. Joseph: a brother, Arthur, Rein Rites field Largely attended funeral services services were held Saturday afternoon afternoon in the Trinity Lutheran church of St. Joseph [or Mrs. Gottfried (Julianna) Rein, 67, of 331 Burton street, Benton township, township, who died Thursday at her home. The Rev. Martin J. Zschoche, pastor, officiated. Mrs. Richard Edinger sang two selections, accompanied accompanied at the organ by .Miss Ruth Pollex. ' Casket bearers Hartkc, Adolph were and Herman E1 m e r Rosentreler, Alfred and Elmer Geik, and Arthur J. Schmidt. Burial was in North Shore Memory Gardens. Among those attending the services from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parsons, Larry Parsons, Miss Connie Parsons Parsons and Hebert Parsons, Jr", all of Indianapolis, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartke and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Redman, all of South Bend, Ind. The Florin funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Robert H. Harmon Robert Henry Harmon, 79, of 1467 Pipestonc road, died at 7:30 a.m. today in Mercy hospital, where he had been a patient for two weeks. He had been in failing health for the past 10 years. Mr. Harmon was born Jan. 21, 1880, in Salina, Kan., and came to this community 42 years ago, where he was employed al the Superior Steel Malleable Cast- Ings company until his retirement retirement in 194G. He later served as a school guard at Sorters school on Pipeslone road, until illness forced him to leave his work. He was a member of the First Christian church. Survivors include a daughter. Mrs. Lorraine Sharts, of Benton Benton Harbor; two sons, Lnvon, of Benton Harbor, and Robert J., of crackers, chips, box were ] forenoon, ! ! f arnv of Nevada. Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Allyn Tilton, also of Nevada; five grandchildren and 10 great grandchifdren, His wife, Goldie, preceded him in death, Dec. 24, 1956. Two brothers also preceded preceded him in death. The body is at the Florin funeral funeral home where funeral arrangements arrangements were incomplete this Leroy McAndrew, 36, of 425 North Euclid avenue, Benton township, died at 2:10 p. in. Saturday Saturday in Mercy hospital, where he hud been a patient for eight days. Mr. McAndrew liad suf- | fered from a heart condition for I the past six mid a half years. m at He was born Aug. 20, 1923, in Lunsford. Ark,, and had resided here for the past 10 years, where he was employed by the Whirlpool Whirlpool Corporation of fcl. Joseph. He was a veteran of World War Wright Hughes Wright Hughes, 55, of 442 street, died Saturday at 6 p. m. in the University of Michigan hospital, Ann Arbor. He was born May 17, 1904. in Egypt, Miss., the son of Wright and Eddie Hughes, and had resided resided in BenLon Harbor the past two years. Surviving is his wife, Callie; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Gunn of Chicago, 111.; five sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Rosebud of Benton Harbor, Mrs. Dora Pulliam, Mrs. Carrie Taylor, and Mrs. Rosetta King, all of Aberdeen, Miss., and Mrs. Eunice Mitchell of Kansas City, Mo., and a brother, Charles Hughes of Tupelo, Miss. Friends may call at Robbins Brothers funeral home, where funeral funeral arrangements were incomplete incomplete this forenoon. Cotton Services Held Funeral Cotton, services for Robert of 126 Chestnut street, were held Saturday afternoon afternoon from Robbins Brothers chapel. The Elder Milton Davis officiated. P a l l b e a r e r s were Blakcmor, Fred Grimes, Enzie Hughes, Walter Hutchinson, Joseph Joseph Harden, and Johnson R. Williams. Burial was on Soldiers' Memorial Memorial Cross in Crystal Springs cemetery. Mr. Cotton was fatally stabbed Oct. 3 by Ernest Ivory Porter in front of Porter' home, 237 Ross street. Area Deaths Elisabeth Donnelly NEW BUFFALO, Oct. 12 -Mrs. -Mrs. Elizabeth Donnelly, 84, of 116 North Smith street, died Saturday Saturday at 9 p. m. at her home, where she resided with her daughter, Miss Very Vera Mayes. She was born Aug. 8, 1875 in Buffalo, N. Y. She was married to Harry Mayes, who preceded her in death. She then married Frank Donnelly, who also preceded preceded her in death. Besides , her daughter, s h leaves three sisters/ Mrs. Louise Haywood of Michigan City, Ind., Mrs. Roy Peters and Mrs. Charles Dennis of New Buffalo and two brothers, John Pflughaupt Pflughaupt of Michigan City and Harry Pflughaupt of New Buffalo. Buffalo. She was a member of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church here and the Royal Neighbors lodge. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. in. from the Smith funeral home, w h e r friends may call. Officiating will be the Rev. Victor P. Frohne, pastor at St. John's. Burial will be in Pine Grove cemetery, New Buffalo. Mrs. Rose Johnston SOUTH HAVEN, Oct. 12--Mrs. Rose M. Johnston, 90, of 362 Cherry street, South Haven, died Saturday evening in the South Haven hospital. She was born Oct. 19, 1868, in anges township, and had spent lier entire life in this area. Her husband, Theron, preceded her in death in July of 1940. Mrs. Johnston is survived by three daughters, Miss Claire Johnston and Mrs. Allen Linden, both of South Haven, and Mrs. Wayne Clark, of Lansing; three a e 8, ( t f r Arbor. of

Clipped from The News-Palladium12 Oct 1959, MonPage 10

The News-Palladium (Benton Harbor, Michigan)12 Oct 1959, MonPage 10
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