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Newspaper with Marlin's Obituary - DAILY GAfelB^TUESMy, MARCH 31, 1953. OBITUARIES...
DAILY GAfelB^TUESMy, MARCH 31, 1953. OBITUARIES Mrs. Ida Luedy ALBANV-Mrs. Ida Luedy, 62, died at 6 p.m. Monday at the Coplien Coplien Nursing Home, Brodhead, aft-| er an 11-week illness. The daughter of Gottfried and] Elizabeth Gasser Reider, she was bom Jan. 19, 1891, in Switzerland. With her family she came to Monroe Monroe in 1911 and was married to Ernest Luedy Sept. 15, 1915, in St. Louis, Mo. In 1937 she moved to Hanover and since 1939 had operated a store in Footville. She was a mem-! ber of the Church of Christ in Footville. Surviving are her husband in Switzerland; two sons, Ralph, Albany, Albany, and Roy, Footville; a dahgh- ter, Mrs. Wilbur Palmer, Evansville; Evansville; two brothers, Fred, Monroe, and another in Switzerland; and a sister in Switzerland. A brother and sister preceded her in death. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Church of Christ, Footville, the Rev. Qfrus W. Welch officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, i'riends may call at the Sharer Funeral Home. Pallbearers, all of Footville, will be" Frank Smoke, Robert Neuswan- der, Lee Ronneberg, Les Curry, Melvin Geske and John .Butler. Margaret Balis and Maureen Ben-] ash will be in charge of the song service and Ann Kjelland and Eva Bern will be in charge of flowei:s. St. James Lutheran Church here. Surviving are her husband; three sons, LeRoy' and Clarence, Oakland Oakland Center, and Robert, Roseburg, Roseburg, Ore.; a daughter, Mrs. Harold Harold Roth, Oakland Center; two brothers, Fred Frey, Lake Mills, and Hugo Frey, Oakland Cfenter; two sisters, Mrs. Carl Martin, Lake Mills, and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Edgerton; Edgerton; and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at St. James Lu-| theran Church, the Rev. Adelbcrt Geiger officiating. Burial will be in Lake Ripley Cemetery. Friends may call at the Nitardy Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon and evening and after 11 a.m. Thursday Thursday at the church. Morlin S. Baker Ser\'ices for Marlin S. Baker, 1121 Court St., will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Overton Funeral Funeral Home, the Rev. H. C. Kimmel. Kimmel. First Cbngregatiwial Church, funeraf home~ officiating. Burial wiU be in Oakl The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- VictorS.Sainp BELOIT—Funeral services were held today for Victor S. Samp, 59, of 1533 Hackett St., brother of Mrs. Niels Nielson, Janesville,.,who died Saturday morning in the Beloit Beloit Municipal Hospital. A resident of Beloit all his life, he had lien custodian of the Municipal Golf Course since 1931. He is also survived survived by his mother, Mrs. Martha Samp, Beloit. LeRoy Dunn WATERIXK) —Funeral services for LeRoy D. Dunn, 24, Rte. 1, Waterloo, who was killed Sunday evening when the truck he was driving overturned, will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Boyle Funeral Funeral Home, Watertown, and at 9:30 in St. Bemstrd's Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Bernard's Cemetery. The rosary will be said at 8 o'clock tonight in the Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 this evening. mond Dunn, he was bom Aug. 2, 1928, in Watertown. He attended Waterloo High School and during Anest Driver in City Crash Admitting that he was driving too fast when entering the city, Donald F. Glynn, 29, of 1256 Court St., was arrested for careless driving driving after his car went out of control control and sheared off three mailboxes mailboxes and hit a utility pole in the UOO block of N. Bluff Street Monday Monday night. Glynn was uninjured but Iiis car was badly damaged. He told police he didn't know exactly how fast he was going when he lost control of the car but admitted he was prolv ably exceeding the speed limit. The mailboxes were in front of 1160 N. Bluff Street. Glynn was ordered ordered to appear in court Monday afternoon. Property damage only was reported reported as the result of three other traffic accidents in Janesville Monday afternoon. The car of Floyd Johison, Rte. 5, Janesville, was damaged at 2:26 p. m. Monday in a collision with a car being backed from a driveway by Howard W. Deyer, 721 Western Ave. Deyer said he was watching a city bus approaching from the other direction and diid not see the Johnson car as he liacked from his driveway into Western Avenue. Cars of John Pickett, Rte. 1, Janesville, and Fred Hastreiter, 642 S. Main St.. were damaged at 5:09 p. m. as Pickett started a left turn from Main to Third Street as Hastreiter was passing. A rear-end crash at 1033 Beloit Ave. at 5:10 p. m. resulted in damage damage to cars driven by William F. Ziehen. Fort Atkinson, and Ronald O. Bredeson, Edgerton. Police were told that Ziebell stowed in traffic and wasjr struck fn»n the rear by the Bredeson ear. March Lamb to Take Damp, Chilly Leave It was a damp, chilly March lamb that struggled out of South- em Wisconsin today. And April will make her appearance in a shower appropriately enough. Rain that began last night and continued, off and on, most of this morning, provided .37 of an inch of rain to make May flowers grow; but temperatures in the 30s and low 40s were not conducive conducive to immediate action on the part of the spring flowers. The noon reading today was 41, considerably below. normal for the last day of March. * The showers will end tomorrow morning and the first day of April will be warmer, unless the weatherman is playing an April Fool joke. He says that the high tomorrow will be 48-54. All in all, March has not been a bad month weatherwise. It brought four snowfalls, a minimum minimum temperature of 8 above on March 7 and a maximum of 73 March 21 and best of all, spring on March 20. Survey City Traffic Habits A survey of parking, traffic and pedestrian problems in the business business district is being conducted this week by 12 Janesville High School students for comparison with a similar study made at the same time a year ago. City Manager • Warren C. Hyde announced today that traffic and pedestrian movements at principal comers jn the downtown area will be checked daily between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. The purpose of the survey is to for A ansville, was Rock guilty conduct. Judge penalty on the Atty. Denolf, had been of taking minors amended after tests at found were September SchooL good to 20.407 .i; heavy lS.50-20.00: 18.25-73; 13.0016.00; boars Cattle lyearllngs 22.00124.00; good 15.0019.00; dairy 15.0016.00; utility 12.0013.00; n.m-i».m: Calves 24.00-25.00; 16.0-20.00; Sheep lambs light ewes culls and (Market CHICAGO 8,500; most 20.7521.10; top 200-230 lb 290-3.10 lb 350-600 lb lb 19.50; Salable

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette31 Mar 1953, TuePage 11

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)31 Mar 1953, TuePage 11
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