The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky on February 27, 1959 · Page 19
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Louisville, Kentucky
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Friday, February 27, 1959
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If SECTION 1 THE COURIER. JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1959 19 Deaths and Funerals In Louisville Area M. THOMAS BRADY p.m. tomorrow at Bosse Funeral sisters, Mrs. Harry Jacobson, of seas. He was a member of. the Michael Thomas Brady, 70, Home, Barret and Ellison. Burial New York, Mrs. Nathan Nor- Knights ot Columbus, died vesterdav at thi I itru si! WU be in Cave Hill Cemetery, witz, Mrs. Herman Laff, Mrs. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. L nf Th LZ,L 1 f McNeill, of 1939 Trevilian Way, Paul Golden, and Mrs. Alfred Julia Holfman O'Doanell; a Zl tt ' died Wednesday night The coro- Feinstein, aU of Baltimore, Md. daughter, Dr. Donne DeMun- JOth. He was a native of Nash- ner's office has not yet deter- The funeral will be today at brun; a sister, Mrs. Nick Brost: ville, and a retired office work- niinued the cause of death. 11 at the Herman Meyer & Son a brother, Ray O'Donnell, both Kimprsl Hdrnn. 133R F.IIimn. MRS. KATHRYN S. HEUSER with burial in Anshei Sfard Mrs. Kathryn Shea Heuser, 73, Cemetery, died at 11:52 p.m. Wednesday ' " at her home, 2502 Owen. She MRS. AVA PECK ALLEN was a native of Louisville and Mrs. Ava Peck Allen, widow a member of St. Cecilia Catholic of a Baptist pastor, died at 5:30 Church. a.m. yesterday at the Charles P. Survivors are her husband, Moorman ome wr women too Christian T. Hphspi- fwn daush. tneroKee Koaa sne was oa. cr. Surviving are a son, John A. Brady; a daughter, Mrs. Jeanne B. Royalty, Lexington, Ky.; two brothers, John J. and Frank A. Brady, both of Nashville; two sisters, Mrs. F. S. Rusco, Philadelphia, and Mrs. Anne G. By-ers, El Paso, and three grandchildren. The funeral will be at 6:30 a.m. tomorraw at Little Sisters of the Poor. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. The bodv is at the Brhlsiri Funeral Home, 825 Barret, but Cicero, 111.; Mrs. Margaret Math- wm De at tne nursing home after lson. an Mr- wary uwanc; a 5 p.m. today, brother, John Shea, San Mateo, t Cal., and seven grandchildren. ROY M. KOIXENBERG . Tho fnnornl will ha at Q a m The funeral for Roy Maxwell tomorrow at St. Cecilia Church. etery-Kollenberg will be at 12:30 p.m. Burial will be in Calvary Ceme- EDWARD J, BOSLER today at the George L. Manning ie- of St Paul, and three grand children. The funeral will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at St Lawrence Church. Burial will be private. The body is at the W. G. Hardy Funeral Home, 4101 Dixie Highway. ters. Mrs. Mary La Verne Krish and Mrs. Kathryn Mackey; four sons, Winf red, Chris J., Kenneth, and William Heuser; three sisters, Mrs. Ann Johnson, Mrs. Allen's husband, the Rev. Jesse Davis Allen, Sr., held pastorates at Sonora, Ky., and in Texas for many years. Mrs. Allen was a member of Walnut Street Baptist Church. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at the Lee E. Cralle Funeral Home, 1330 S. Third. Burial will be in Cave Hill Cem- Funeral Home, 518 N. 26th. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Kollenberg, 47, died of cancer at 2 p.m. Tuesday at SS. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital. He lived at 2441 Griffiths. He was a native of Daviess County, and an employee of the Kentucky Ignition Company. He was a member of West Side Baptist Church and was active in Boy Scout work. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Elsie Jewell Kollenberg; a son, Charles Frederick Kollenberg; three brothers, Jesse O., Louis Stuart, and William L. Kollenberg, and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Etta Pennsyle, Winston-Salem, N. C. The funeral of Edward J. Bos-Ier, 69, former manager of hotels here, will be at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Bosse Funeral Home, Bar- a. J T-'i i : . i i. n Hubert Leslie Crady, a retired tr rhrrh r- ;a n.K . - at St. Francis of Assisi Church. iaiiirvi, uicu ai o.-ia jta- The body is at Ratterman Fu neral Home, 2114 W. Market. HUBERT L. CRADY died terday at Shipley Nursing Home, 1524 S. Fourth. He was 79 and lived at 1709 San Jose. He operated a farm near Hodgenville before retiring. Survivors include his wife, the former Miss Jennie Vernon; a son, R, L. Crady; a sister, Mrs. George Dever; a grandchild,.and two great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Owen Funeral Home, 2611 Virginia, with burial in Louisville Memorial Gardens. MISS ELENORE BARKER Miss Eleanore Barker, 83, died GUSTAVE HQNORE COATS Wednesday at her home, 403 S. nnsfavo unnnro Cnati rq whn Jackson. She was a native of was born in the old Coats home Louisville and a retired seam-on Newburg Road,, died unex- stress. surviving are a sisier, iui&s Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Bosler, of 2021 Boulevard Napoleon, died Wednesday night at St. Joseph Infirmary. FRANK J. O'DONNELL Frank Joseph O'Donnell of 1931 Lynn Lea Road In Shively died Wednesday at SS. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital. He was 68. O'Donnell came here aLout two years ago from St. Paul, Minn., after his retirement as a salesman. For about 10 months he worked here as manager of the Rockford Plaza Pharmacy on Rockford Lane. He was a veteran of World War I in which he served over- Dticieu, Croamtd j on Tooit .? C J There IS a difference in mushrooms. Babied from seeding to packing, Keystone Mushrooms re rich with natural flavor. You'll see the difference taste the difference when you glorify recipes with pure cultivated KEYSTONE nusimoons Th Quality Pack On tale at: AAP, Winn-Dixie, Gateway Supermarket!, Key Markets, tittle Giant Stores, TrlanfU Stores, Greyhound Supermarket, U Be Sea Stores B C Marketa, Shop worth Btorea, and other good stores. fi Ifl l' W"'. I iSL 1 THIS COUPON WOPTH If )W n n 0 THIS COUPON WORTH 15 ON 5-LB. OR LARGER SIZE nri n MCnAi ci oiid rz : mi in inilllllll'IDa MR. StOCfli U em atm. ocnpt (tilt coupon for 13 nty k pvnAa of lorr trn ot OcM Mal Flour. Your Gwwrol Milk roprumtalivo wi rodo fof lit pirn It handling dtarga tot wdi caupaa yaa M accapt. Of mali Hill covpoa to Gonoral Mill, lot, Ctopt. 400, MiniwapolK 2, fo rodomption. CuOM KM Pt MlM to If ony. Thll oflor void In ony Ml , lew, pfofMbiriita. Mtmlng, olna. or rarfaiio Ihow oOHporo. Uffn ojiptroo ov ooyi error rocoipi. IlillllJIMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i v i mi 11 ii nil i i 1 1 1 ii in 1 1 1::. ttKn : 1 1 i iiiu mi n 1 1 1 1 u, J4:&xl't'l i z j tit cr.1 c.cro v!;n you Buy Gold Medal I M - i . h - - . . , -i , ? 1 pectedly at 1:15 p.m. yesterday at his home in Auburn, Ala. Coats had been a theater manager in Alabama, New Orleans, and Chicago. During World War 1 he was in the Medical Corps. He was a member of the American Legion. He and his family spent 1956-57 here with his sister, Miss Christine Barker, with whom she lived, and . several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow from the Bosse Funeral Home, Barret and EI-lison, and at 9 at St. Boniface Church, where she was a member. Burial will be in St. Mi- DAVID PERELLIS Charlotte Coats, before return- chael Cemetery. ing to Alabama last year. Coats is also survived bv his wife, Mrs. Lila Coats; two sons, David Perellis died at 3 a.m. Gustave Symmes Coats and yesterday at Jewish Hospital Charles Robert Coats; another at age 62. He lived at 1922 sister, Mrs. Carrie Coats Rudd, Roanoke, and a brother, Charles Robert He operated a grocery and Coats, Richland, Wash. general store at 27th and Walnut The funeral will be in Auburn for 31 years before retiring in Saturday. Burial will be in a 1951. He was also a member of military cemetery there. Four Courts home for the aged; ,,....r t cmirTrv the Louisville Jewish Day School BENJAMIN J. SCHULTEN boardi the Disabied War Veter- The funeral for Benjamin J. ans, Masons, the Shawnee Post Kchulten, 82, who died Wednes- 0f the American Legion, and day night at his apaprtment at Agudath AchLm Congregation. 104 E. Market, will be at 8:30 Surviving are his wife, Mollie; a.m. tomorrow at Russman Fu- two daughters, Mrs. Leon Simon neral Home, 1041 Goss, and at attd Mrs. Stanley Brill; his moth- Si a.m. at St Michael Church. er Mrs. Goldie Perellis, Balti- Burial will be in St. Michael more( Md.; a brother, Irving Cemetery. Survivors are two perellis, 0f Baltimore; and five jicpnews, jnumas n. ana trea R. Schulten. JOHN E, BRAND, SR. John E. Brand, Sr., 33, a Louisville-born carpenter and general contractor, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Tuesday at his home in West Palm Beach, Fla., where he moved from here 18 months ago. 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