Sandussky Reg. 12 April 1957, pg. 9
AND FUNERALS i act vices are IU ue neiu at * ? m - Monday in the Heaston here; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services are to be held Funeral Home, the Rev. Boyd Tucker, officiating. Burial is to be in Woodlawn Cemetery. MAX PERRUCHON KELLEYS ISLAND, April 12j and tw0 sons crib at-i_ Funera , services £or MaFx Pcl ..' - — ruchon, 77, were held at St. Michael's Church on Wednesday morning with the Rev. Gilbert Stopko, officiating. Burial was sons William and John Williams both Bellevue and Perry Williams Williams with the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Lake . Champlain; 17 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs Donald Copenhaver. Payne and Mrs Wayne Brunner, Larvillc, Ind., and four brothers. Howard and DeVane, Overmyer, both Fort Wayne; Gay Overmyer. New Haven, lnd. and Guy Overmyer Columbia City, Ind. She was preceded in death by her husband. Murray Bolig, on Dec. 4, 1956 in the island cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p. m. Saturday at the Foos Funeral Home, where services .will be held at 1 p. m. Monday, the Rev T. Rene Meyer, officiating. Bur ial is to be in Lehman Cemetery Mr. Perruchon, a former island!Payne. resident" died Tn" Cleveland on! evening, where he had! REV. JOSEPH ABRAHAM for the past two years.] PORT CLINTON. April 12— Surviving are his widow. Eliz-lWord was received here of the ' a belh; five daughters, Mrs. Peterideath of the Rev. Joseph Abra- Monroe, La.; Mrs.;ham, former pastor of St. Paul's Eliza->George Kekelik, Mrs. Chris Coop-! Slovak Lutheran Church here. ofier and Miss Clara Perruchon, allu, t,~™« ; at be in its by, be| A son - John . preceded him in the !dealh in 1953 Weller-Wonderly Cleveland and Mrs. Godfrey Schock, Kelleys island; five sons, Paul, Toledo: Clarence, Vallejo, Cal.; Anthony, North Olmsted; Donald, Cleveland and William. Kelleys Island; 21 grandchild at his home in Grass Flat, Pa. The Rev. and Mrs. Abraham left Port Clinton in July, 1955. when he accepted the pastorate of a church in Pennsylvania. He is survived by his wife, ten and two great-grandchildren.I two sons and two dau g hte, ' s - MRS. OLIVE BOLIG BELLEVUE, April 12 — Mrs. Olive Bolig, 61, a resident of Louise-av, died Thursday evening MISS LOUISE DEHE ~ BELLEVUE, April 12— Miss- Louise Dehe, 76. a resident of ] 119 North-st, died Thursday evening evening at Bellevue Hospital after an illness of two months. She was born Sept. 9. J880 in Bellevue Bellevue and spent her life here, being being a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Surviving are four nieces and . C. 1 " Bellevue Hospital alter an ill the;» ess °j lw ° ve . ars - she was born Dec - 6 < 1893 "» Payne, O., and I7* wa s a member of St. John's Lu-, w „.,. Ulelan Church and Women of the | a nephew. Moose here. j Friends may call after 7 p.m Surviving are four daughters, j Saturday at the Young Funeral iiv^'s. John Albright, Fremont; JHome, where services will be Mis s Betty Williams, at home; Mae:|Mrs. Veil King, Bellevue and _. Nancy Williams with the |Burial is to be in Bellevue Ceme- hollv.U. S. Navy at Norfolk. Va.; three Itery. held at 2:30 p.m. Monday, the Rev. T. Rene Meyer, officiating.