Well Known Persons Die R. E. Bunt, Armstrong; Mrs. Harry Weber, Gruver, Are Called R. E. Bunt, 04, native born son of Emmet county, passed away at his home in Armstrong Saturday after a long illness. Mr. Bunt had been engaged in the implement business in Armstrong from 1003 to 1014 when he built a garage and managed it until he sold the business in 1034 because of failing health. The past three years he has worked as a salesman for the Precision Products company whenever whenever his health permitted. Funeral .services were held on Monday afternoon at the M. E. PJ \HJtth . 1( JB .AiM&tee!* .with.:Rev. Pall bearers were G. B. Vandenburgh, Vandenburgh, B'. G. Miller, W. Churchill, Alf Hackerson, L. F. Ileinrich and F. S. Robinson. The flora! offerings were beautiful and numerous indicative indicative of the great respect and love felt for Mr. Bunt and his family. Relatives from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Will Lytic of Gary, S. D., Wesley Kehoe, Trego, Wis., Mrs. Clarence Miller and son, Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Rose Chapman and son, Esthervillo. Morn in KllsworMi Township Ruben Efrum Bunt, son of Steven and Mary Bunt was horn Nov. 21, 1873, in Ellsworth township, township, Emmet county. On January j 18, 1905, he was united in mav • riage to Margaret Bare. Two children were born to the union, Roy of Armstrong and Mrs. Mar. with their mother are left to mourn tha Rorensen of Ringsted who his passing. Two brothers and three sisters ilso survive, .lames Bunt, Armstrong; Armstrong; Howard Bunt, Bellflower, California; Mi's. James Kehoe, Frego, Wisconsin; Mrs. Dora Lytic, Gary, S. D. and Mrs. Cora Palmer, Armstrong. The family and friends have lost a kind loving father and husband, husband, a loyal neighbor, always willing to lend a hand to those in need or trouble.