Lawrence Reynolds obituary

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Lawrence Reynolds obituary - rind at the Lutheran church hv the Rev. E. R....
rind at the Lutheran church hv the Rev. E. R. Anderson. Interment; took place in the Lutheran ceme - : Miss Ella Thompson is entertaining entertaining Miss Emma Olson of Cam - Miss Garnet Eleven has had as guests Mr, ar:d iIrs. Walter B. Bratm of Chicago. OBITUARY MISS ELIZABETH BROWX The ' body of Miss Elizabeth !rown, wr.o died at Ashville, W. O., Saturday is expected to arrive here Tfiur.viriv , ..:. - ,ir.:ia: - .:.K v Mrs. G. Brown, the mother, Miss Adelin Erown, sister and Frederick Brown lm - .lP 1f the, fliis - ii. Funeral services will probably oe neiu iriaay irom - tne aome, jio Langdon ' fit., with Rev. H. H. Lumpkin officiating. DR. A M. RODERMTJND Dr. A. M. Eodermund, 36 years old, tor 13 years a pra t sician at Athens, Wis., died Tues day night at S:45 at the home of ms motfier, hits. ml. iiouenii jjiu, ,133 Yvrcst Gorham street, after a long illness. He was spending the summer in Madison. Dr. Rodermund was - bom at bun PrairiK. Mav 11. 1SB2. He Gradu ated in 1507 from the college of physicians and surgeons at " the uniVE(j;ity oi i.uaia wiii'.e there was elected a member of Alpha Alpha Omega, honorary medkal fraternity. fraternity. Besides his wife and two children, Carl, aged 7, and Mathew, aged 4, he is survived hy his mother, and four sister, Mrs. Lloyd Rubel of Portland, Ore., Miss Eidth of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Mrs. Carl Speth of Madison, Madison, and Miss Dorothy residing with; h'er mother on Gorham street. The body will be shipped from the Frautschi funeral parlors Thursday I , - n - mir.p - to Athens where the fun - 1 eral will ?be held Friday afternoon. LAWRENCE REYNOLDS. TjiwT.rnfi Remolds, for more than 50 vears a resident of Madison, died Wednesday afternoon, aged 80 years. He had been connected with the New York store for 30 years, ever since its organization, and also when it went under the name of the M, S. Klauiber Co. Ho was born in Ireland in 1S41 and came to New York state in 1S4& where he remained remained for eight years when he came to Wisconsin. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs, Grace Welch of Madison, three sisters, Mrs. Matthew Gorry and Mrs. Catherine Corcoran of Madison, Madison, and, Mrs. J. D. Synon. of Verona, Verona, and one brother, Thomas of Baraboo Firneral scrviceE wiE be held Friday Friday morning at 8:30 at the heme and at 9 at St. Raphael's church, Rev. T. B, Johnson oxidating. Interment Interment will be at Calvary. Bear ers will be six nephews of .the ceased, James and George Michael and Joseph Corcoran, Grover and Joseph Reynolds, A Wonderful Medicine Bring BackHealth Thousands ot people are down and allowing disease to eat lives away when for a few cents can ohtala from their druggist or car a package oi Bulgarian Blood The WondctTu! Pure Herb Toole and system regulator. If ara sick and fee! yourself rolnp: taka n cupta ite - immg hot at once or twice a wook iTid watah health fmprovf you will rema - ielli Bulsarian Biood T vnc - - ' infl nllin - r friends. 2nd ANNUAL PICNIC GHTEN BY THE Bernard's Park, Sunday, August 29 A Five - Passenger Olsmobile Six GIVEN AWAY ON THIS DATE

Clipped from The Capital Times26 Aug 1920, ThuPage 3

The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin)26 Aug 1920, ThuPage 3
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