Chase, Mildred obit The Coshocton Tribune pg1 30Oct1939
in I Â· she "was a member of j Methodist church at West I ette. i Surviving are two sisters. H. JV7. Geckler of Cleveland and Mildred Chase of W. Lafayette Dies At Hospital Here Miss Mildred Chase of the Lafayette vicinity died at 1:30 a. m. today at city hospital of )lications after a nine months' Uness. She was 47. She was born in Bliss, N. Y.. daughter of the late George Addy Chase. In early life she moved with her parents to Baltic, where she assisted her father n publishing the old Baltic American ,weekly paper. She! Iso had served as postmistress | t Baltic for 12 years, prior- moving to the home just wes* Vest Lafayette a few years ago.! brother, George Chase of the un- j home: a niece and a Funeral services will be it 1.30 m. Wednesday at Trinity Mrs. R. W. Carr of Coshoct^: ad- j ! Methodist church in West Laf-jy- I ette. Rev. S. P. Ozmun. pa^.or will officiate, assisted by Rev. I WjJliam Power of Barne*-. ilk- Burial wall be in West Lawn cemetery at Baltic FriÂ«nd~ rr.s 'i.cw the bo;y at lhc home, naif W tong ior . ,, , . , - . . , , the I",' 1 *TM h* ..*!. est . LaT * yct "'