Clipped From Ironwood Daily Globe
Funerals THOMAS KITTO , BESSEMER — Funeral serv- > ; ices were held Thursday at 2 ; jp.m. for Thomas Kitto, 74,' Vet-; eran of World War I, who died! i Monday. [ . Services were conducted by, services were conducted the Rev. Frank Oslin, Ironwood,,are at the Frick-Zielinski Funeral! TTrvrvio Ti-i*-**»•»-»•*«*•**• *«m« iw TTJII I V4**_ * A llrrk-&Jit~UJlOIVl f Uii C I Cll i Home. Interment was in Hill- crest Cemetery. Serving as pall-! bearers were Frank Johns o n, Hiski Romo, Willard Dufrane, Arvid Nelson, Albin Dahlgren i and Carl O. Anderson. 131, j In attendance from out of d:town were Mrs. Jennie Skinnard and Mr. and Mrs. George B. Whitburn, Marquette; Bert Skin-i Washington. D. C., Mr.!by and Mrs. Sam Exworthy, Mrs. 1 i Caroline Bentzen and Mrs. nie Mills, Ironwood. Frie from range communities also at-i tended.