Clipped From The Sandusky Register
Burial i* to be Cemetery. in Maple Orove HARRISON MILLER WILLARD, Nov. 1 — Harrison Miller, 40, died Sunday in Municipal Hospital after a month's illness. He was bom in Kentucky and came here four years ago, being employed as a laborer on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Mr. Miller resided on Pleasant-st and was a member of the Nararcne Church. Surviving are his widow, Vina; Hospital after a lengthy flint**, she was bom Dec. 21, 1866 in Peru* tp and lived in Monroeville for the past 53 years. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. George A. Miller, Monroeville and Mrs. James Cowsill, St. Petersburg, Fla.; four grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by husbands, Benjamin Snyder, in 1921 and William KnolWn 1038 and three grandchildren and a brother, Harry Snyder. Friends may call this evening five daughters, Martha, Mary,!*! the Miller home, 256 Monroe. Joan Wanda and Patricia and two sons, Jack and Logan all at home and two brothers and a sister in Kentucky. Friends may call at the Seeo; Funeral Home, where services will , -- —• — be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday, thrHe WaS NO PaUOef Rev. E. R. S. Speckicn, officiating Burial is to be in Willard Ceme tery. st. Services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday in Zion Episcopal Church. Burial is to bp in Riverside Cemetery with ihi Drake • Fv.::*»ral Home in charge. ttntltstfcr, 0„ Mot* I, 111? n mri .ili .AC MRS, JESSIE KNOLL MONROEVILLE, Nov. 1 — Mrs. Jessie Snyder Knoll, 87, died Saturday evening in the Tiffin State Ludwig Michil Of Sandusky El«ct«d Named hf Noble and ffflHi Knlghta of Holy CttfM, KiiffMf of St. John. Ludwig Michel, Sandusky, «M elected vice noble knight, during the Sunday dinner meeting o Oft Noble and Exalted Knights of tht Holy Cross, Knights of St. Joha, held fn Loram. Michel i9 to fffl the unexpired term of his brother, Joseph, who died recently. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Duffy, Lorain, was principal speaker at the banquet. Supreme President 'Joseph Keim and Gen. Stephen VonMohr, a member of the Knighta of St. John, both of Dayton, weft present and spoke at the session. A business meeting of Sandusky wasrommandery, Knights of St. John, will be held Tuesday night in the Police found in his suitcase a; lodge home. Later there will ft* bank book showing S6.000 in de-ielection returns and lunch is to be posits and $30,000 worth of bonds. I served. CHICAGO. Nov. 1 (INS)—Samuel Gallo, 58, who died in a skid row flop-house in Chicago, anything but a pauper.