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ILLNESS TAKES MRS. D. PERRIOR Last Rites Scheduled At («rand Marais Wednesday Munising, June 20 Mrs. Delmla Perrlor, 86, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. K. O’Brien, Munising Munising avenue, at nine o’clock Sunday Sunday morning after an illness of six years. Mrs. Perrlor, whose home wa» in Grand Marais, had resided here since February. Mrs. Perrlor was ooTn at Chateau, Canada, on February 7, 1863. When she was 18 years old her family moved to the Saginaw valr lev. She came to ths upper penln* Mila from there about 43 years ago. Much of this time wa« spent In residence at Deer Park and Grand Marais. Mrs. perrlor was a frequent frequent visitor to Munising and waa well known here. Survlvlug her are nine children, one son, IjRwrcncn Phoentx of Grand Marais; and eight daughter«, Mrs. Benjamin Trudell of Grand Marais, Mrs. John Shelson of Newberry, Newberry, Mrs. R. E. O’llrlen of Muni* slug, Mrs. St. Clair O’Toole and Mrs. A. J. Chartler. both of Bellingham. Bellingham. Wash., Mrs. Merrlt Chase of I’hoenlx, Arl*., and Mrs. J. R. I^e- Koux of Bay City; two brothers. Napoleon Perry of Newberry and Joseph Perry of Bay Cityt and three sisters. Mrs. M. J. Jullen, Mrs. Frank Dorton and Mrs. P. Allarie, all of Bay City. Mrs. Perrlor has 76 descendants, Including children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. grandchildren. She was a member of the Maccabees, Altar Society, and St. Anthony's Oulld. Funeral service* will be held on Wednesday morning at nine o’clock from Holy Rosary church at Grand Marais. The Kev. Fr. Jutras of Newberry will officiate. The body was removed from the Bowerman Funeral Home this noon and taken to Grand Marais where It will remain remain at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Trudell until the time of the funeral. funeral. — Munising, June 20—Funeral ser- vice« for Anthony Bednantk of Au Funeral Held For Train Victim Train, who was killed when struck by the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic passenger train No. 1 on Saturday afternoon, were held this afternoon In tho Beaulieu Funeral Home at 2:30 o’clock. The Rev. Fr. O. J, La Mot he officiated. Burial waa In Maple drove cemetery. Bednank had resided In the district district around Au Train for tho past nine years. He was born In Austria Austria about 1392 and waa 46 years old. The accident was Investigated by Alger county Coroner John A. Schilling, Trooper Leonard Bartelll of the state police, and George A. Hager of Marquette, special agent for the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway company. The body was badly mangled and Identification Identification was made posalble by receipts receipts found In the pocket of Bed- narsk’s coat. MUNISING BRIEFS St. Anthony's Oulld will meet on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Goss, Sr., Cherry street. Julius Nelson and daughter, Mrs. Ethel Crummer, left Sunday for

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 21 Jun 1938, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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