January 11, 1936 Paul J. Klotz, Jr's Mother in Law
I ly three - quarters of a.c. - OBITUARY MRS ELIZABETH M. ELLIOTT for i hiry, died last night about 1 o'clock in the Sacred Heart Hospi 1 r' 1 and Clayton streets. Death was due to a heart condition. Mrs. Elliott. Who was 70 Tars ah::, was born in Cecil rir.im.y, Mary - land, and came to Chester to live n t - imu. one .vii.: ii , . j., i " i - Iu: "tai.e( iiusjji.ii iul j.l lion about a year ago. Her hus - member of the Meth'jdlst faith. Her survivors arc a son, Frank LcRoy Elliott, ot Faii - lce, Md., and a daughter, Mrs, Pr.ul J. Klotz, Jr., of this city. Two sisters, Mrs. John a, - layior ana miss - cna w. nig" - land, of Philadelphia, and nine Hraudchildren. Mrs. Edwood Gran der, of Woodlyn; Mrs. Evelyn. Frank, of Chester; Mrs. Harry Hsmniel, of r'a - .rire, .VU!.; rnrss tiixauetn ti - lioit. of Patrice. Md.: Fa - .il Klotz, 3rd.. William Haebel. Miss Ruth Hcabel, Gilbert Klota and Frank Klotz, of Chester, also survive. She will lie hurled from the home j of her daughter, Mrs. Paul J. Klotz, I 36 Butler street, on Tuesday after - Chrs Itural cemetery.