daughter of Anna Piccinelli
PTA in S4.30 or serve five days in jail. commit- Jr." spon- Mrs. Mrs. Richard Pitrone. year after were made festive eighth of Mrs. Arvo Mesdames Zy- Bennetts, and the Peace reported as officers, firearm, revolver, Wake- 22, Run, Ypsilanti, taxed costs a vehicle, was S20, days by a vehicle Nov. of to Hall serve ordered Michael . V. Bianchi Dies Saturday BESSEMER--Mrs. Vincent Bianchi, Bianchi, 59, former resident of Anvil . a . Saturday . . , , Lane section, came out and Ironwood, died Saturday at 3|.a ay about a.m., in Milwaukee, of a coronary us . 2i near occlusion. The remains arrived this morning morning a"t the J. J. Flick Funeral Home lor burial in Hillcrest cemetery. cemetery. Funeral services will be solemnized solemnized 'Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Christ the King Church at Ramsay, Ramsay, with the Rev. Louis Cappo officiating at the requiem High Mass. The Funeral Home will be open Tuesday afternoon and evening. evening. Parish rosary devotions are scheduled for Tuesday at S p.m. at the funeral home. Elliott condition, told and during the The received department Robert including state Sunday; 5:30, ' I in Nurernburg, Pa. She came to I s ' . this area, as a child living in Iron- Sjrens Â« . . . . . . --. . \vcÂ»pfi Henri irt Tnia wood, Gary, and the Anvil. She attended attended the St. Ambrose School, at Ironwood, and prior to her marriage marriage to Vincent Bianchi, she was employed as a clerk in various range stores. Mr. Bianchi died in 1936. In 1939 were Shows ~.~..^ -^ ... -. ... ^.. ., , shTmw7d'7o 1 l7oirwood7'whcre"shei ers 4 ' H lived until she left for Milwaukee i 23 - At this j . i- Â· -i m-n vianrlr* riom/wcT r-^frtrl fno m Q-f I to She was a charter member of the St. Veronica's Court of the Women's Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, being a trustee of the Court, at the time of her death. She was a member member of the Altar and Rosary Societies Societies of the various parish churches to which she belonged, in turn. She is survived by one son, Sfc. Vincent Bianchi Jr., U.S. Army, serving in Germany; her mother, Mrs. Anna Piccinelli, Milwaukee, four brothers, Floyd Ossanna, Anvil; Anvil; William Ossanna, San Diego, Calif.; Frank Piccinelli, St. Louis, Mo.; and Leno Piccinelli, St. Louis Park, Minn.; four sisters, Mrs. Carl Rcpinski, Anvil, Mrs. LeRoy Sarvella. St. Louis Park, Minn.. Mrs. Henry Rnms and Mrs. Edward Edward Beck, both of Milwaukee. randp making CQ, a Hallberg, for a were served absence The Luoma.