Earl childs

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Earl childs - present. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Henry Lange Mr....
present. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Henry Lange Mr. and Mrs. Andrew son; Mr. and Mrs. and two daughters, Richard Patricy, all and Mrs. Louis Parma; Mr. and Thompson and family, and Mrs. William A. Center. Mrs. Herbert Morris Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Wakeman; andMrs. Jack Kocher Genoa; Mr. and Mrs. and family and Florence. O potluck was served. Knocks Out Phones DEATHS AND FUNERALS W. EARL CHILDS VERMILION, June 26—Funeral services for W. Earl Childs, 69, who died unexpectedly Thursday, will be held at 2 p. m. (dst) Saturday Saturday in the Fisher Funeral Home, the Rev. Earl T. English, officiating. officiating. Burial io to be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Ely Lodge will conduct Masonic rates at 8 p. nv today in the funeral home. Mr. Childs was born March 11, 1884 in Vermilion and spent his life here. After graduating from the Oberlin College of Commerce he taught school here for two Headquarters Army in August, his- basic training Okla. In civilian Bowling Green and was a member Sigma fraternity. Gerald W. Roth, J. Roth, 1203 advanced in rate Third Class while the USS Roanoke Roth, who January, 1951, St. Mary's High employed by the served aboard the June, 1951. June 26 —Approximately telephones and countless services were disrupted strong wind storm and neighboring Thursday evening. damage was caused falling on utility southwest section of President Hayes Memorial Hospital. the Ohio Power Co. Telephone Co, workmen spent the away debris and restoring years before joining the staff of the former Erie-co Bank in 1907. He was later with the Vermilion Banking Co. for many years and at the time of his death was asist- ant cashier of the Erie-co United Bank. Village treasurer for many years, Mr. Childs was a member of the Congregational Church, Ely Lodge, F. and A. M., charter member member of the Vermilion Royal Arch Masons and the Vermilion Grange. Surviving are his widow, Doris; a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Drought, Florence and three grandchildren. By far the largest use of carbon carbon black is a reinforcing pigment pigment in rubber. SUniR or SURFACI VARICOSE VEINS? lAUIR ft

Clipped from The Sandusky Register26 Jun 1953, FriPage 9

The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio)26 Jun 1953, FriPage 9
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