Clipped From The Ludington Daily News
Tribute Is Paid to E. M'Vicker The large attendance at the funeral services Saturday afternoon for the late Ervin McVicker. and the masses of beautifu! flowers, gave testimony of the large place he had in the community. The services were held in the Stephens chapel, which was filled to the door and many were unable to find places in the chapel. Rev. Ludwig Anderson, retired pastor of the Free Mission church at Ludington, spoke at the service. Rev. Anderson had conducted the funeral services for Mrs. McVicker, wife of the deceased, and also for his father and mother. In a most sympathetic way Rev. Anderson spoke of life and its changes and of the Master and Savior who guides and cares all through the years, and of the faith that sustains in all. Mrs. Anderson and daughter, Mrs. Roy Swanson, sang two numbers, "Golden Sunshine," and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Pallbearers were John, Arthur and William Stuck; Willard Dunshee, John Stewart and Joel Chinnery. Among the relatives who came from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dunshee of Cini cinnati, O.; John Stuck and daughter. Mrs. M. Cecelia, of i Milwaukee: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ! Stuck and son and Mrs. Charles i Stuck of Beloit. Wis.; William j Stuck of Sharon. Mich.; Fred I McVicker. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse i McVicker and Mr. and Mrs. M. i Sinclair of Grand Rapids; Mr. 1 and Mrs. John Stewart and | granddaughter of Thompson' ville Mrs. Irma Thurman of i Buckley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Orlo I Mrs. Orson Griffi.s, Mr. and Mrs. i Brooks of Manistee, Mr. and i Emery Griffi.s of Muskegon, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Clare Redner of Big i Rapids, Mrs. William Otterscout, i Winnia McVicker and Bonnie ; McVicker of Marion. ! Friends also came from Tra! verse City. Chicago, Muskegon, 1 Grand Rapids, Evart. Reed City. j Mfinistee. Ludington and from • Victory, which was the family | home for many years.