C. F. Fugere Dies In Hospital Clarence Francis Fugere, 49, of Rte. 1, Manistique, (Tannery Location) died at 1:10 a. m., t^>(,ay at * Memorial Hospital where he had been a l)a Jtn onc <,-v* Mr. Fugere was born July 22, . . . 1921, in Manistique and had been a resident of Manistique all his life. II attended Mani- gti pubIic schoojs , Hp married the former ce_ ; celia A ^eber on 6 1947< at Manistique. He was a member of St. Francis de Sales Church, VFW Pose 4420 and the Manistique Knights of Columbus. He also was a member of Inland Lime & Stone Co., Local 4032, formerly serving as recording secretary. He had been employed by Inland Lime & Stone Co., sinca Aprilf 1940, as a mill repairman. He served in the IT. S Army with Co. D. 711 Tank Battalion, serving during World War II in the South Pacific from Oct. 6, 1942. to Jan. 3, 1946. Survivors include his moth- ere. Mrs. Della Fugere of Manistique: his wife; one son, Rodney, of Manistique; two daughters, Carol Fugere of Sheboygan, Wis., and Irene Fugere of Appleton, Wis.; one brother, Donald, of Manistique; two sisters, Mrs. Steve (Doris) Selling of Manistique and Mrs. Jack (Pat) Bray of Sheboygan, Wis. Friends may call at Messier- Broullire Funeral Home after 4 p. m., Tuesday. Liturgical prayers will be at 8 p. m., Tuesday and the K. of C. Rosary will be at 8:30 p. m. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m., Wednesday at St. Francis de Sales Church. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery.