George Williams funeral
pre- Carroll, the was Sunday Funeral Held For George Williams Funeral services for George W Williams were held Sunday afternoon, afternoon, April 24. in the Slminger chapel The Rev Gilbert G Stout and the Rev Earl P McOmness, ministers of the Jefferson Methodist Methodist chuich, officiated Mrs C C Charles, accompanied by Mrs Wm Wallace, sang "Beyond "Beyond the Sunset and 'No Night There." Pallbearers were Max Whitver, Harold Gibson Glenn MUlaid, Fred Kuebler, Fred Hartcn and Donald Thorpe Burial was in the Jefferson Jefferson cemetery George William Williams son of Silas N and Catherine Carson Williams, was born in Guthne county Jan 11, 1879 and passed away at his home in Bristol township, township, April 22, 1955. at the age of 76 years, three months and 11 days He received his education in the country schools of Guthne county and at the age of 17 came to Greene county where he lived as a farmer for the rest of his life Jettenon. It.. April M. On Oct 8, 1MO, he WM united marriage to BtlMl Kite Ktoes. Preceding him in death are hit parents, three brothers, Janes and Andrew, both dytaf in infancy and Charley, one tiater. Minnie Bach- ael. Survivors include: hi* wife Ethel, one daughter. Mrs Tom (Wilma) McOurdy at Rippey. lour step-children, lln Itildrad White, of Jefferson, Ibi VaÂ»Â» Dtekey of Lake City. Wilbur Hamnwr of Scranton and Dale Humour of Churdan. 14 Â»rmndchUdren; n great-grandchildren; one atater, Ada Toppenberr at Pfeirmom, Minn; three brother*. Clarence of Rippey, Bert of Tacoma, Wash, and Frank of Whittier, OaUf., and other relatives MOTHER-DAUGHTER, BANQUET Catholic Daughters of America will hold a mother-daughter banquet banquet this Wednesday at Â«:15 pjn in the Woman* club house. The potluck dinner will be followed by entertainment.