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Private Clarence Reburial Fezette Rites Saturday The body of Pvt. Clarence J. Fezette, returned from a United State Military cemetery at Margraten, Margraten, Holland, will arrive in Bark River, accompanied by military military escort, Thursrlay morning and will be taken to the Boyie funeral home. It will be in state at the funeral home until 10 a. m,, Friday and then will be removed removed to the home of Pvt. Fezette’s Fezette’s mother, Mrs. Evelyn Fe.zette. at Powers. Funeral servico.s will be conducted conducted by Rev. W, J. Roberts of Iron Mountain Saturday afternoon afternoon at 1:30 at the home and at Grand Marais Grand Marai.'^, Mich, — Hallo- wt'en held .scmctliing new for Grand Marais childicn this 2 o'clock at Zion Episcopal church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Tony Revard Post of the American Legion. Powers, will have charge of the military rite.s, assi.sted by the LeRoy LeRoy Floriana Post of Hermansville. Hermansville. Pvt. Fezette wa.s killed in action action by an artillery blast while holding a captured position with his company March 1, 194.5 at Konigshaven. Germany. He first was reported missing in action and later his death was confirmed. confirmed. He was born in LaBranche, November November 26, 1918 and was graduated graduated from Powers-Spalding high school in 1937. He enlisted June 8, 1944 at Menominee and received received his training at Fort Sheridan, Sheridan, III,, and Camp Blanding. Fla. He was assigned to Headquarters Com{)any 119th Infantry. 30th Division and went overseas in November, 1944. The Purple Heart which he was awarded posthumously was presented to his widow. At the time of his en- li.stment he was employed by the Ideal Dairy in Menominee. He was a member of Zion Episcopal Episcopal church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Beatrice Fezette and two sons Richard Allen and Perry James, of Hermansville; his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Fezette, Powers; one brother, Robert, of Marinette; and six sisters: Mrs. Henry (June) Dettman, Marinette; Mrs. Raymond (Beryl) Joslin, Green Bay: Mrs. William (Ethel) Sundman, Sundman, Escanaba; Mrs. Frank (Amy) Novak, Spalding; and Mrs. Edward (Dorothy) Lainhart Lainhart and Mrs. George (Evelyn) Halverson, Coleman, Wis. it Saved my Life A God-Mmi fw GAS-HEARTBURN" Wh<*n «r«« «¡oraax-h arid raam ptOnful. mu aoiir atomaoh jiad heartburn, doctor* uaoan? pTParrlbe the faatest-artlnir medlcinea known toe ymptomatlewief—medt<>tneBUkethoaetnBeU.*ne TahlPts. No la*am'e. Bell-ana brln«» comfort In a ' UTy or return bottle to iw for doable money t»ek <5 BEU 4 INS for Add bMigestiM 2 Sfi

Clipped from The Escanaba Daily Press02 Nov 1948, TuePage 7

The Escanaba Daily Press (Escanaba, Michigan)02 Nov 1948, TuePage 7
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