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george f - MICHIGAN— WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1939. ST. IGNACE...
MICHIGAN— WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1939. ST. IGNACE Telephone 244 Isnace ••*••>» A Shi P' s Master and an Accountant Operate the MM- 1 Miclli g a »> ^ate Ferries ! Capt. Loughin, a Sailor for Years; While His Assistant Arthur Deloriea Is An Expert Accountant merchants to prohibit i a council ; ; j McNa- ! Edward 1 and Miss spent ents Mr. weeks Salter Mr. the with Mrs. rail D. ed in Strongs 20116 _ Michigan's ferry system at Straits of Mackinac. Obituary MRS. AN.VA LEVEILLE ST. IGXACE, June 7.—Mre. Anna ; , ui l "^ <-"•->< """ ->"t=. o f Seul Choix Point. TI,» t,^,. i:_. =_ ST. IGNACE, June 7.—Men train-. Superintendent of the Michigan- ed in two widely different fields, a , stale Ferries is the boat master, <nm. master and an accountant • Captain George L. Loughin, a sai- A \A l/»n 11>3 n c f a ffii ei»e »• nm n *• _ - . *•* .* "" •*" lor who began his career before the turn of this century; and his assistant is Arthur E. DeLoriea, who for years has held responsible positions as an accountant. The first boat on which Captain Loughin was master'was the steam,-----.. steam,-----.. „. -. er Branchford, of the W. H. Haw- ware- j 1939, at the home of her son, Sedge I good Transportation company of was ; Leveille, of St. Ignace. Cleveland. On this boat he sailed i She was the wife of the late Louis I the Great Lakes for eight years , Leveille, whom she married at j from 190S until 1916 In 1917 he Point, the place of her birth, ( was appointed to the position of ••' . »JA. j.\j + ^ f*.\s *-J t «ui uii t; i .—•»* i Cm f\tilla. week. Levcilie, 77, died Tuesday, June 6, LEAGOE in iSar> - , 1 superintendent o£ the United States Surviving her are three sons and J shipping board in Detroit Three one daughter: Sedge, Amos, and > years later he was transferred to Charles, and Mrs. William McCloy, ! Philadelphia to take charge of the of Gulliver, Michigan. She had United States 'army'supply base at as a of the city, and Mrs. Alex Goudreau ! driving were books The Sedge street Funeral services will be body lies in state at the Leveille home on Portage that in Thursday at 9 a. m. at St. Ignatius -' ------ church. ST. JGXACE Vallier has return- Mr. ! cd f rom Flint where'she"has ig school for the past down Cora Ignace the late - •-• --•. «^ | lhc home of Mrs. Clarence Deli tor. Mrs. V. J, Carr-and Mrs. Ed. Chatelle Chatelle won honors at the play of cards at the Civic League meeting Tuesday afternoon. The Methodist Ladies Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Lester McLachlan this afternoon. Mrs. Ray McLachlan presided. Mrs. Theodore Jago is vice president, Mrs. Ed Chatellc is secretary, and Mrs. Jule Hagen is treasurer. The Episcopal Guild will meet at in Thursday evening, at eight o'clock. Mrs. Saul Winkelman went to deal Manistic l uc Monday, He wanted to enter business, so in 1922, he became associated in real estate investment in Detroit, and continued in this business until until 1931, when he joined the Buckeye Buckeye State Motor Ships in" New York City. In-July, 1933, he was made the captain of the Michigan S'tate ferry, "Straits of Mackinac," in which position he remained until his present appointment to the su- perijitcndency of the Michigan State ferries. Since 1924 Mr. DeLoriea has he'.d responsible positions as auditor of various companies. From 1924-28 he was auditor of the Michigan Central Central railroad. During the years 192S-1933 he was made field auditor auditor for the bureau of valuation for the Interstate Commerce Commission. Commission. He next was made field auditor auditor for the bureau of public roads of the department of agriculture for the state of Michigan. Then from 1936 to 1938 'he was auditor of the finance division of the Michigan Michigan state highway department •' AND Phone Phone

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 07 Jun 1939, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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