Obituary Thomas L. Bolander
Co- Davis, of great interest and value. IS; Iva; Death Comes to Tom Bolamler. Tom Bolander, probably one of best known residents of Chillcothe, died at his home on South Washington Washington street Friday night at 7 : o'clock .of bronchital pneumonia, fol- Silas] lowing an illness of three Fred; ;Bolander had a severe sick m o n t h s ago and it was thot never completely recovered from this illness. He was stricken with -pneumonia. -pneumonia. The deceased had been a ident of Chillicothe practically all F. E.; i ; next who Chillicothe's well Tel-j i remained to vote f o r the THOMAS L. BOLANDER his l i f e . He was for years a member of the Chillicothe police department, department, but in late years had been I j j I I | i I gaged in buying apples. years old. The w i d o w , He was 59 who was .formerly Miss Mary S m i t h , Assembly the announcement be an sis- returning -will train adopted daughter, Jaunita, two ters, Mrs. Mary Worley of St. Mrs. Alice Jenkins of Wisconsin, an-1 one niece, Mrs. Edna Casper of St. Louis, survives. Mr. Bolander was born in Rush county .Indiana, and came' to Chilli- |cothe at the age of 15 years. services will be held Sunday at the home, by Rev. Harper of M. E. Church and the I. O. O. lodge. Mr. Bolander was also a promi- Chil-1 nent member of the local Odd. do i lodge-.