Eunice Osman obituary - not sure if related to us, but think yes.
AND FUNERALS Robert St. that f o r m e d in h a e l the of lecturing and Fozzo Gerome, secretary. Honorary casket bearers were Ally. Karl Zik, Jack Thorne, William Alden, Joseph Platte, Fred Kolmsberg and Charles Wade. Following the services, the body was taken to the Oak Woods Crematorium, Chicago, for cremation^ Carpenter Rites Held Graveside services for Mrs. Lucille Carpenter, 63, formerly of Eau Claire, were held Monday Monday at 2 p.m. in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. The Rev. W.H. Dixon, Dixon, retired minister, officiated. The Robhins Brothers funeral home was in charge of arrangements. arrangements. Mrs. Carpenter died Thursday in the Berricn county hospital, Berrien Center. Steinke Rites Held Funeral services for Mrs. Arnold J. (Sylvia) Steinke, :2, of 452 Division street, Benton Harbor, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in St. Matthew's Lutheran church, Benton Harbor. The Rev. K. W. Biedenbendcr, pastor, pastor, officiated. Arvin Jantz was the organist. Employes of Steinkc's Royal Blue Market in Benton Harbor, attended in a body. Casket bearers were Patrick Soper, Louis Schultz, Roy Kushnereit, Kushnereit, Jack Dodd, Richard Lenfz and Carroll Douglas. Burial f o l l o w e d i n North Shore Memory Gardens. Among the survivors are her mother, Mrs. Caroline Cereske, of Benton Harbor, whose name was incorrectly stated previously- previously- Mrs. Steinke was dead on arrival Thursday evening at the Sheldon Memorial hospital, Albion. Albion. TheKerlikowske and Starks funeral home, St. Joseph, was in charge of arrangements. Miss Christel Zielke Miss Christel Zielke, 35, of Milwaukee, Wis., died at 6:45 p.m. Monday in St. Mary's lospital, Milwaukee. Miss Zielke was born in Germany Dec. 28, 1930 and moved to Milwaukee in 1963 where she was employed as a supervisor in a laundry. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zielke of St. Joseph and four brothers, Siegried Siegried and Klaus of St. Joseph, Carl of New Troy and Dieter of rand Rapids. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the First German Baptist church of Ben- .on Harbor. The Rev. Henry Smith, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the Kerlikowske and Starks funeral lome, St. Joseph, after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Area Deaths Osman Rites Set SOUTH HAVEN -- Funeral services for Mrs. Eunice Osman, Osman, 73, of route 4, South Haven, Haven, are scheduled to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the East Casco EUB church. The Rev. John Crotser, pastor, will officiate. officiate. Burial will be in McDowell cemetery, Casco township. Mrs. Osman was born Oct. 22, 1893 in Casco township and had been a life long resident of the area. She had taught school in the Pullman area for 13 years and was a member of the East Casco Casco EUB church, the East Casco Rcbekah Lodge No. 476 and of the Acacia Lodge of the OF-S No. 218. Her husband, Wilsie J. Osman, Osman, preceded her in death on Nov. 7, 1950. Survivors include two sons, Lauren of South Haven and Ear! of Pullman; two daughters, Mrs. Henry Tolzkc and Mrs. Martin Evans, both of South Haven; nine grandchildren anc one brother, Ibal G. Leisure Allegan. . Mrs. Osman died Monday South Haven Community hospital. hospital. T h e Calvin funeral South Haven, is in charge of arrangements^ Mrs. Mable Goff DOWAGIAC -- Mrs. Mable Goff, 81, of 307 Second avenue, Dowagiac, died Monday afternoon afternoon in the Lee Memorial hospital were she had been a patient since Oct. 25. Mrs. Goff was born April 1, 1885. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Martha Marts of Chicago, 111.; two sons, Alfred M, of Shreveport, La. and John H. Cassopolis; 18 grandchildren; a n d several great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Her husband, Albert H. Goff, preceded her in death April 16, 1950. Funeral arrangements were incomplete this morning at the MeLauchlin f u n e r a Dowagiac. Word Of Death BUCHANAN -- Word has been received of the death of Stephen A, Dillman, 93, of Covington, La., formerly of Buchanan. He died Wednesday in the Covington hospital follow- ,ng a short illness. Mr. Dillman was born in Indiana April 16, 1873, and September 1896, he married former Anna Koch. They came lo Buchanan in 1900 from Indiana and later moved to Louisiana. Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Lloyd R. Rough of Buchanan; a brother, James Dillman of Buchanan; and ten grandchildren. Funeral services and burial were held last Friday in Covington. Mrs. Otto Reinke BUCHANAN-Mrs. Otto W. (Agnes M.) Reinke, 77 of 31 North State street, Niles, formerly formerly of Buchanan, died at a.m. Monday in Pawating hospital, Niles, where she had admitted Sunday morning. Mrs. Reinke was horn Sept. 26, 1889, in Goshen, Ind. Sept. 24, 1910, she married Reinke. She was a member and noble grand of the Bay Leaf Rebekah Lodge of Buchanan and past president of the Buchanan Review of the North American Benefit Association. Besides her husband, survivors survivors include two daughters, Charles Maynard of Niles and Mrs. Mary Renwick of Hurst, Tex.; a sister, Mrs. Jane Vaughn of South Bend, Ind.; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Swem funeral home, Buchanan. The Rev. Albert A. Fall, of the First Evangelical United Brethren church of Buchanan, will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Ridge cemetery, Buchanan. Gilbert, Grinime BARODA -- Mr. and Mrs. Don Richardson of Baroda received word of the death of her brother, Gilbert E. Grimme of Stuart, Fla., on Nov. 2. Mr. Grimme was 3 former resident of Benton Harbor. was preceded in death by his wife and two children. Burial was Nov. 5, in Farmington, Mich., after services at the Sanquist Funeral home there. Schnlts Rites Held EAU CLAIRE -- Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Grace Evangelical Lutheran church of Eau Claire, for Alfred A. Schultz, 58, of 1, Eau Claire, who died Thursday Thursday in Mercy hospital, Henton Harbor. Pastor Henry T. Peter, of Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, Sodus, ofifciatcd. Ronald Ronald Manthe was the organist.