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March 23, 1959

The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio · Page 7

Marion, Ohio
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Monday, March 23, 1959
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MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1959 Deaths and Funerals Clarence E. Davia Clarence E. Davis, 71, of 644 Uncapher Avc. died at 11 p.m. Sunday in General Hospital. He was ill one year. A Marion resident 50 years, he had been employed as a machinist's helper at · the Erie Railroad. Born Jan. 7, 1888 in Morrow County he was a 'son of Joseph and Deniza Hedrich Davis. In Marion County Oct. 4, 1908 he married Mary Leora Collins. He was a member 'of the Boundary Church near Mount Gilead. Surviving arc two sons, Kenneth B. Davis of Temperance, Mich., and Carl Davis of Alger, 0., a granddaughter, Mrs. Edward Me- Laughlin of Temperance and ,three great-grandchildren. He was last of a family of 12. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Boyd Funeral Home on W. Columbia St. The Rev. H. V. Falor will officiate. Burial will be in Marion Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7:30 tonight. Herman J. Seckel Herman J. Seckel, 63, of 305 S . , , Prospect St. died at 4 p.m. Saturday in General Hospital. He was was married to Esta Evelyn Hull on Dec. 24, 1901. Mr. McKnight was a retired railroad worker and a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Florence E. Wai- lerhouse of Bucyrus and Miss Mary Lou McKnight of Buffalo, Services will be held in the Lucas Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Chester H. Evans, followed by burial in Old Mission Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Earl J. Showe KENTON - Mrs. Eliza Houston Showe, 89, of N. Detroit St., Kenton, died at 1 a.m. Sunday at the San Antonio Hospital here. She had been in failing health for several years and critically ill for the last week. She was born in Dunkirk, May 11, 1869, the daughter of H u g h and Eliza Jane Huston. She had resided in Kenton for the last 52 ill since November. He was ,, projectionist at the Palace Theater. He was a U. S. Navy veteran of World War I. Born Jan. 24, 1896, in Marion he was the son of Ira and Bertha Lotshar Seckel, the father a native of Caledonia and the mother of Marion. In Marion June 28, 1922, he married Ruth Kern. He was a member of Salem United Church of Christ, of Marion Lodge 70, F AM, of Marion Chapter 62, RAM Marion Concil 22, R SM, Marion Commandcry 36, Knights Templar, the Scottish Rite and Shrine in Columbus, Bird-McGinnis Post 162 American Legion, 40 et 8, the Marion Shrine Club, and a projectionists' lodge in Columbus. He came to Marion in 1925 from Columbus. Surviving is a brother, Theodore Seckel of Columbus. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Schaffner-Denzcr Funeral Home on E. Center St. The Rev. L. Harrison Ludwig will officiate. Burial will be in Marion Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. ---George Oliver Edwards George Oliver Edwards, 82, of a half mile cast of Waldo died at 8:35 a.m. Sunday at home. He was ill more than two years. Some lime ago he retired from cmploy- , went at the Marion Power Shovel Co. to engage in farming, Born Oct. 27, 1876, in Marion County, he was the son of John W. and Mary Bond Edwards. At Mount Gilead on June 28, 1928, he married Mrs. Maude E. Recce He was a member of the Waldo Methodist Church. Surviving arc his widow- a daughter, Mrs. Esther Mayfield of Windsor St. in Marion; three sons Harley, Wilbur and Vern Edwards! all of Binghamton, N. Y.; 15 grandchildren; one great - grandchild, and three stepsons, Richard Recce of Toledo, Charles Recce of Columbus and an adopted boy Richard Rcece of Waldo. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Hughcs-Hyll Mortuary on Mt. Ver She was a member of the Dunkirk Methodist Church and the Florentine Rebekah Lodge in Kenton. She was married to Earl J. Showe in Dunkirk in July 1894. He survives with two daughters, Louise at home, and Mrs. Carl Peterson of Cleveland; four sons Gerald of Pompano Beach, Fla., Hugh of Columbus, James of De- Ridder, La., and Robert of Elida, 0., two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Hull Funeral Home with the Rev. Theodore Shoemaker of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Dunkirk Cemetery. Mrs. Jay Cosgrove BUCYRUS - Mrs. Lena Cosgrove, 82, of Bucyrus died at 10 p.m. Sunday at home. She was ill two years. Her husband, Jay Cosgrove, died in May. 1939. Born Sept. 28, 1876, near Bucy rus, she was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Halliwell McNeal. On Dec. 2, 1898. she married Mr. Cosgrove. She was a member of Good Hope Lutheran Church and of D of A. Surviving are her son, Elmer J. dusky, died at 4:45 p.m. Sunday in the Wyandot Memorial Hospital following an illness of five months. She was born on July 18, 1890, in Wyandot County to William Oelberg and Elizabeth Shrenk Ocl- berg. Her marriage to Mr. Myers was on Aug. 10, 1932. She was a member of Trinity EUB Church here and the Mary and Martha Class of the church. Only' survivor is the husband. A sister is deceased. Funeral services will be conduc- .cd at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Funeral Home by the Rev. H. Harris, pastor of Trinity 2UB Church. Burial will be made in Old Mission Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight and on Tuesday after 4 p.m. THE MARION STAR. MAHION, OHIO William Charle, Ex-Plant Official Here, Succumbs William W. Charle. well-known former Marion resident, died Sa urday in Short Hills, N.J., fo lowing brain surgery. He was 48 A native of Fort Wayne, Ind Mr. Charle was a graduate of th ·Funeral Services- Joseph W. Tron--Tuesday 2 p.m., Boyd Funeral Home, the Rev. M. E. Hollenscn, burial Marion Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Francis M. Smith-Wednesday 1 p.m., Boyd Funeral Home, the Rev. Stewart Labat, burial Trenton Cemetery at Condit 0 Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Norman C. Dooley-Tuesday afternoon. Lotz Funeral Home at Roanokc, Va., the Rev. Glen D Cole, burial Mountain View Cemetery at Vinton, Va. Curtis Fields-Tuesday 3:30 p.m.. Winter Funeral Chapel, Richwood the Rev. James Taylor, burial Clai- bprne Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Miss Lcttie E. Smith-Tuesday 3 P.m., Snyder Funeral Home, Gallon, the Rev. James H. Fresh, burial Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Mrs. Paul Hulchinson-Tuesday 2 p.m First Methodist Church Richwood burial Claiborne Cemetery Friends may call at the Winter Funeral Chapel in Richwood. Local Man Found Dead of Exposure Anthnrm TT /ov....^ T^_., , _ found last time the family resided 645 S. Prospect St. Memorial services after crem tion will be held Tuesday at 2:; p.m. at the Klaehm Funeral Horn in Fort Wayne. N ? r a n d was non Ave. The Rev. A. A. Turner will officiate. Burial will be in Marion Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7:30 tonight. ( Mrs. F. N. Klein UPPER SANDUSKY - Mrs. Lena M. Klein, 79, widow of F. N. Klein and a former resident of Upper Sandusky, died at 6:05 p.m Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Theresa Thomas of Dayton, with whom she resided. She had been ill several months. Born May 6, 1879, in Wyandot County, she was a daughter of John Best and Elizabeth Reister Best. Her marriage to Mr. Klein was on June 23, 1914. Surviving are two daughters and a son, Mrs. Thomas in Dayton, Mrs. Mary Bitler of Munich, Germany, and Waller J. Klein of Carey, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Peter's Catholic Church here by the pastor, the Rev. William B. Sossong. Burial will be made in the church cemetery. Friends may . call at the Lucas Funeral Home : after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Wyatt M. McKnight UPPER SANDUSKY - Wyatt Montgomery McKnight, 76. of 447 1 S. Seventh St. died in his home Saturday afternoon of leukemia. He had been ill for one and one- half years. Born April 3, 1882. in Middleport, he was the son of Wyatt and Nancy Tawksbury McKnight. He Cosgrove of Bucyrus, and two grandchildren. Three brothers arid three sisters preceded her in death. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Wise Funeral Home. The Rev. E. J. Katterhcnrich will officiate. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 7 p.m until 9. Carl G. Friflaker KENTON -- Can G. Fridaker, 73, a Kenton resident, died Friday in Orange Memorial Hospital at Jrlando, Fla., where he was visiting his daughter. He was born in Kenton and resided in Toledo for a time. Active n Republican circles in Hardin County, he was head of the Division of Aid for the Aged here for many years..He was member of the Fort Industry Lodge, F AM, the Shrine and the Elks Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Frances; * \ dead about 3:30 p.m. Sunday in v at the Slrelitz estat = . Vernon Ave. Dr. R Gray, Marion County coroner 'returned a verdict of death from exposure and freezing. The body was discovered by four teenage boys about a year ' Mr- was being cared for at the ? County Home fr °m which he had apparently wandered away leaving some time after 4:30 pm' Saturday. According to the Marion police report, he had been dead about 18 hours when his body was ound. Born Feb. 28, 1883, in LaRue he ° f Mr ' and Mrs ' , a daughter, Mrs. Louise Gibson of Titusville, Fla.. and two sisters, Mrs. Nadinc Biteman and Mrs Charles T. Phillips, both of Toledo. Services are tentatively set for 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The body is at the Schindewolf - Stciner Stevens Funeral Home. Burial will be in Forest Cemetery. Mrs. J.Wayne Myers UPPER SANDUSKY-Mrs. Olive Rn ' rs ' ose P Redd. He was a laborer. A resident of M»rion 18 years, he came here from LaRue. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Doris Wagner, Mrs. Evelyn Baumgardner of Spencer, 0.. Mrs Daisy Bonadio of Kenton, Mrs'. Myrtle Teets of N. Main St. in Marion and Mrs. Bertha Smith of the N. Grand Ave. address; two sons, Francis Redd of Caledonia Jack Redd of Mount Gilead and William Redd of Bellville, and two brothers, Frank Redd of N. Main St. and .John Redd of Davids St Three daughters preceded him in death. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Boyd Funeral Home on W. Columbia St. . . The Rev. Robert A. Byler will officiate. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery near LaRue. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Judge Hazen Returns Marion Municipal Court Judge W. Dexter Hazen returuned to his duties today after a two-week vacation, part of it spent at St Petersburg, Fla., where he and Mrs. Hazen had gone with friends. During Judge Hazen's absence SDWfflHBBER PMVWO MAMON WIHIUUf SINCt Wit * in M. » r al K o i n e California - col - mmnesotA - mis ' - noRth OAkou - obi(T~ok « ( utAh - veumont · x WHEREVER YOU ARE THE FINAL CHOICE IS ALWAYS YOURS £ °AM - UISUOOSM asaaf MSU VUVIQU1 - SIOUI11I unera W CENTIR University of Illinois where he wa a star football player. He came to Marion originally in :he spring of 1946 as manager o the McMillen Feed Mills, left in 1947 for a position with Centra Soya (parent compapny of McMill en) in Gibson City, 111., and re turned to Marion in September 1949 as assistant works manager and ofice manager for the Pollak Steel Co. He and his family departed from Marion again in the early fall o 1955 to go to New Jersey, where Mr. Charle was associated with the Radio Corporation of America division at Hairison, N.J. In Marion he was a member of the Rotary Club, a member and former director of Marion Country Club, and a member of Emanuel Lutheran Church. He had a distinguished World War II record in the U.S. Navy aboard destroyer-type vessels, and was a commander on the honorary retired list of the U.S. Naval Reserve at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, Lois, and, two children, Susan, 10, and James S. Falvey, Galion Native, Succumbs at 67 James S. Falvey, 67, of Cleve land, a retired New York Centra Railroad conductor, died Sunda morning in St. Vincent's Charit Hospital in Cleveland. Born In Galion on Dec. 24, 1891 he was a son of Dennis and Ellc Ryan Falvey, both natives of Ire land.' He was a member of th Knights of Columbus, the Broth erhood of Railway Trainmen, Or der of Railway Conductors ' o Cleveland and the Elks Lodge o Galion. Surviving are his widow, Bessie three children; 13 grandchildren a sister, Mrs. Helen Kelly of Gal on; a brother in Cleveland and a number of nieces and nephews. A niece in Marion is Mr--' Stanley Kennard of 373 Girard Ave. Funeral services will be conduct ed at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St Joseph Catholic Church in Cleveland and burial will be made here in All Souls Cemetery. The ody is at the Finneran Funeral Home, Cleveland. William, 6. While in Marion the r rench Seize Rebels ALGIERS. (AP) _ French mili- iry authorities reported today lat 444 Algerian nationalists were illed or captured or defected over the weekend. Mrs. Fenton Hord, 55, Is Found Dead in River Mrs. Marjorie C. Hord, 55, wife of Fenton J. Hord of 201 Pennsylvania Ave., was found dead Sunday afternoon in the Whetstone River about two miles south of Caledonia. Dr. R. T. Gray, Marion County coroner, returned a ver diet of suicide by drowning. The body was discovered by William and Richard CooTMr of near Caledonia about 2 o'clock. Mrs. Herd's husband had reported to the Marion County "sheriff's office at 8:30 a.m. that she was missing from home. She had been absent apparently since about 12:30 a.m. Born Feb. 12, 1904, in Caledonia, she was a "daughter of Henry and Ada Rinker Nuffer, the father a native of Germany and the mother of Caledonia. In Marion on April 14, 1928, she married Mr. Hord. She was a member of Lydia Chapter 83, Eastern Star, in Marion. Surviving are her husband; her 'ather who resides in Caledonia; four sisters, Mrs. Ethel Garvin of PAGE 7 311 Kensington PI. fai Marion. Mrs. Esther Franz of near Marion. Mrs. .Alice Kretzer of Cleveland and Mrs. Hilda Long of Edison. and a brother, Henry Nuffer of Cleveland. Another sister preceded her in death."' Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.' in the Schaffner-Denzer Funeral Home on E. Center St. The Rev. Ralph Wiley will officiate. Burial will be n Marion Cemetary. Friends may call at the funeral home after :30 tonight. Quick, Comfortable, Safe A heavy, smooth-riding ambulance is always safer and more comfortable for the sick or injured person when he must be moved. So in any emergency, call the Hughes-Hyll Ambulance and be sure the patient is moved with the greatest comfort and safety. j · j · · * r 3IIMt.VWM.A»t.;..rhn«2-3Wl J "···*------··--«-»·--·*·»..»------..._.. i WOFT RUN ANYTHING BUT BORON t use anything elsel She's got lots of company. "lots of Ohio drivers feel like this about Boron®Gasoline. They must. They've made it Ohio's most popular premium far! So .stop in at your Sohio station and try Boron for yourself. The chances are'that you, too, won't use anything'else ! ||o) BORON GIVES YOUR CAR MORE GO.. .DOES YOUR CAR MORE GOOD! -- . '^^·^·^^^^^^··^^··^^^ INEWSPAPERif SPAPERf

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