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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR OBITUARIES PLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1050 Telephone Plainfield P-8000 L. C. Bobhink9 Nurseryman Eackensack Lambertus C. Bobbin's, 84, widely known nurseryman and patron of the New York Botanical Garden's rose garden, died yesterday in the Hackensaek Hospital. He lived in East Rutherford, X. J. A native of Holland, Mr. Bob-bink served his horticultural apprenticeship in leading nurseries m Holland. France, Germany and England. He came to this country first in 1895 as a representative of a croup of 86 Dutch nurserymen who were trving to find a market ia the United States for plant ma terial grown in Holland. The plan did not materialize and their agent returned to Holland. But a year later, Mr. Bobbink was back. He purchased a few acres of land ia Rutherford and sold nursery stock imported from his native land. In 1893 he was joined in his venture by Frederick L. Atkins. Since then, the firm of Bobbink & Atkins in East Rutherford has Crown to be one of the nation's largest horticultural organizations. Early in the century, Mr. Bobbink -introduced the growing of hybrid tea roses in this country. An authority on roses and their history, Mr. Bobbink was also noted for his hybridizing of azaleas. Mr. Bobbink had. over a period of 30 years, contributed the vast majority of the rose plants on view in the New York Botanical Gardens ia 1945, on the annual Rose Growers Day, staged jointly by the Botanical Garden and the American Rose Society, Mr. Bobbink received the societvs honor medal for "his outstanding work and service to the rose over a great number of years." Joseph 31eehler Dunellen Funeral services for Joseph Mechler of Brotherhood Ave., North Stelton, were held yesterday in Sheenan's Funeral Home. A High Requiem Mass followed in St John's R. C. Church, with the Rev. Michael J. Lease, pastor of Our Lady of Fatima Church, New-Market, as celebrant. Mrs. James Stevenson was organist and Mrs. Orel Greaney was soloist. Interment was in the family p!ot in St Peter's Cemetery, New Erunswick, where Father Lease recited graveside prayers. Mr. Mechler died Monday in St. Peter's Hospital, New Brunswick. DR. LEONARD C. SANFORD Stuart, Fla. (.-P) Dr. Leonard Cutler Sanford, 81, an internationally known authority on North American birds, died jesterday. JAMES W. COfiROY FVXERAL HOME 2456 PLAINFIELD AVE. SOUTH PLA1NF1EID Tel. PL 4-8840 HIGGINS Hem for Funarolt 8th St. at Arlington n 6-0017 rarhe! I. JIAXIVEVG & SON Est. mi Stanley Burner, Owner 403 Vest Front Street Tel! PLainfield 6-0706 to a loved one whom Mother Earth has tightly embodied in her care GRAVE BLANKETS This Blanket of Green with a bit of color, expressing the deepest of sentiment and lasting devotion, remains a soft covering far into Spring. GRAY'S- Florists FLOU ERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Route 29 and Mountain Avenue North Plainfield, N. J. Telephone Plainfield 6-1466 Mrs. Christiane Stotz Of Somerville Dies Somerville Mrs. Christiane Stotz died yesterday (Dec. 7, 1950) in the home of her son, J, George M. Stotz of 209 N. Bridge St. She had resided in this vicinity since 1916, and was the widow of George Stotz Sr. Mrs. Stotz was a member of the Fourth Reformed Church and its Ladies' Aid Society. She was also a charter member of the Nicholas Herkimer Unit, Steuben Society of America, here. Besides her son, she is survived by two grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Christian of Brooklyn and Mrs. Daniel Koenig of Germany; and two brothers, Jacob Streib of New York and George Streib of Tappan, N. Y. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday in the Sutphen Fu neral Home. The Rev. John Van Dyk, pastor of the Fourth Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the New Cemetery. Mrs. Lorenzo Anelli Bernardsville Mrs. Nunziatina Anelli of West St. died yesterday (Dec. 7, 1950) in her home. She was 51. A native of Anagni, Province of Roma, Italy, Mrs. Anelli was the daughter of the late Erneste and Elvira Cicotti Angelotti. She, was a naturalized citizen of the United States. A resident here 20 years, she was a communicant of Our Lady ; of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. She leaves her husband, Lorenzo Anelli; one son, Anthony, at home; and one brother, Domenico Angelotti of Rome, Italy. Friends may call at the Galla-way Funeral Home. The . Rev. John R. Torney will offer a High Mass of ' Requiem Monday at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Basking Ridge. Herman A. LaRue Flemington Herman A. LaRue, 48, of Locktown, a farmer and a lifelong resident of Hunterdon County, died today (Dec. 8, 1950) in his home. He lived in Locktown for the past 12 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Peters LaRue, and his parents, Watson and Elsie LaRue of Flemington. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery, will be in Sandyl Ridge Cemetery. GEN. ANDREI KOSTIKOV Moscow (JP) The death of Maj. Gen. Andrei Kostikov, 51, designer of aviation equipment and a member of the Soviet Academy of Science, was reported today. Deaths in Jersey Roselle Park William J. Zielen-bach, 45, boiler firm salesman and naval lieutenant in charge of Pier 1 51, New York, during World War 2. Elizabeth Mrs. Elizabeth H ; lnorDurn, 6Z, for many years i active in church and welfare work : in Elizabeth. Newark Mrs. Jennie Okin Gordon, proprietor of Crescent Photo Studio, Newark, and resi dent of Newark 50 years. Bloomfield Mrs. Adelaide Rieper Walsh, 36, resident of Bloomfield coming from New York City nine years ago. Are There Any Questions? About the design, workmanship, material, cost of a good monument or marker? Well be glad to answer them. No obligation, of course. Ask for our illustrated booklet to help you In the selection of a fine memorial. A TRIBUTE J. Slierrerd Jr., Clinton, Dies Clinton John M. Sherrerd Jr., 58, a longtime Clinton businessman, died unexpectedly last night (Dec. 7, 1950) in the Union Forge Nurs ing Home near here, one hour after he had been admitted. He had suffered a heart attack several hours previously at his home in Route 30, north of Clinton. He had operated a florist business in this place since 1915. Prior to that he was employed as a florist at Woodbury in 1913 and 1914. He was also employed for a short time at the Taylor-Wharton Iron and Steel Company, High Bridge. He was born at Troy, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1892, a son of the late John M. and Carrie Hawley Sherrerd. He was a member of Hobart Lodge 175, F and AM, High Bridge; Clin ton Presbyterion Church; Capoo- long Lodge, IOOF, Clinton; Sidney Progressive Grange; and the Florist Telegraph Delivery Association; and was a charter member of the North Hunterdon Kiwanis Club. Mr. Sherrerd leaves his widow, the former Gertrude Jones of Clin ton; two sons, John M. 3rd and Chris A., all at home; one brother, Morris of Bloomfield; and two sis ters, Mrs. A. B. Caldwell of Balti more and Mrs. William Griff m of Clinton. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 8 p. m. in Trimmer's Memorial Funeral Home, Clinton. The Rev. George L. Moran Jr., pastor of the Clinton Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Interment will be Monday in Riverside Cemetery, adjoining the Clinton Presbyterian Church, at the convenience of the family. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow evening. ROBERT OBER New York (JP) Robert Ober, 69, veteran stage and movie actor, died yesterday. Deaths MeCBEA At Glen Gardner. N. J.. on Thursday, Dec. . l&u, margarei Gross, -widow of Harry McCrea, in her 73rd year. Residence, West St., Armandale, N. J. Services will be held at Trimmer's Memorial Funeral Home, 12 Center St, Clinton, on Sunday afternoon. Dec. 10, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment Mount Pleasant, N. J., Cemetery. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Saturday evening. 9 BE A On Tuesday, Dec. 5. 1950. Nor- men it:, Deiovea son oi Anariana Chicarelli and the late Louis Rea. Services at his residence, 2701 New Brunswick Ave.. South Plainfield. on Saturday morning, Dec. 9, at 8:45: thence to Sacred Heart Church ot South Plainfield where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 9:30. Interment, the Holy Redeemer Cemetery, So. Plainfield. 8 SCHWAB.TZ Suddenly at New Brunswick, N. J., on Thursday, J-ec. 7. 1950, William L. of 54 Hassart St., New Brunswick. Funeral services Sunday,' Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Poile-Zedek Synagogue, Neilson St, New Brunswick. Friends may call at the Gleason Funeral Home, 44 Throop Ave., New Brunswick, Friday and Saturday evenings from 7-10 p.m. 9 SEESBESD Suddenly at "the Union" near Clinton, N. J., on Thursday, Dec. 7, 1950, John M. Jr., husband of Gertrude Jones, in his 59th year, residence Route 30, Clinton, N. J. - Services will be held at Trimmer's Memorial Funeral Home, 12 Center St., Clinton, on Sunday evening, Dec 10 at 8 o'clock. Interment Monday morning at Riverside Cemetery at Clinton. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Saturday evening. 9 In Memoriam In sad and loving memory of our dear mother, Catherine Binz, who passed away peacefully to rest Dec. 8, 1923. In the light of God, we see you, dear mother. Each night as we lie down. We hear your voice as when on earth, And see each smile and frown. And when we are called to join you This world and we are through We pray the Lord to let us go As peaceful and brave as you. Rest on In peace, dear mother. Your sufferings now are o'er. Tou have received the crown of righteousness The Lord had for you laid up in store. For the good deeds you were always doing The kind words you had for one and all, Tou are safe, we know, and were ready to go. When you heard the Master call. Tou don't know the sorrows to be left alone Til God sends a message to vour home. It's sad when He calls for one or the other But the worst blow of all Is when He calls your Mother. Sadly missed by Daughters: Catherine Wicht Emma Kohl. 8 "FLOWERS TO FIT THE OCCASION" SMITH, Florist Stanley Sates, Prop. 750 SOMERSET STREET (Entrance Watchnng Are.) PIi 5-3875 "CRESCENT HOME" P. CASEY & SON DIRECTOR OP FTTBXRAXiS 151 EAST SEVENTH ST. AT CRESCENT AVEBT7B Tel. FUinfteld 8-2331 FOR MEMORIALS Of Distinction SELECT A BARRE STONE HEADSTONES REDATEO UUBECK MONUMENTS 87 PEABIi ST. Tel. FX. 8-3913 Open Evralmra MEMORIALS barre IjjildJ of DISTINCTION LAMPERTI BROS. Plainfield Granite Works RICHMOND AT FOURTH ST. PL 6-4387 Mrs. Mary Conte Funeral services will be held in New York tomorrow for Mrs. Mary Conte of that city, formerly of Plainfield. Services are scheduled for 9:30 a. m. in the Plaza Funeral Home, 40 W. 58th St. A Requiem Mass will follow at 10 a. m. in St. Ann's R. C. Church, E. 12th St. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery, Brooklyn. Mrs. Conte, widow of Henry Conte, died Wednesday night in Bcllevue Hospital, New York. In addition to survivors mentioned previously, she leaves six grandchildren. Dr. Edgar Burke, Retired Surgeon Norfolk, Conn. (P) Dr. Edgar Burke, 61, retired physician and surgeon, died yesterday at his home here. A native of East Orange, N. J., Dr. Burke for 25 years was chief surgeon at the Jersey City, N. J., medical center. He retired five months ago for reasons of health and came here to live. In addition to his medical career, Dr. Burke was nationally known as a painter of wild life, and il lustrated many books. 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Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Gallaway Funeral Home, Basking Ridge. The Rev. Paul Dennis, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Plainfield, will officiate. Burial will follow in the Hilltop Cemetery, Mendham. Coy "x inn ii i iiiiiii uj u. -ct7-- o ex s u llll&a?1" XvXwwJv.'.v &&&&&&&& Emil Shubiger Flemington Funeral services for Emil Shubiger of Route 28, Lebanon, were held today in the Ilolcombe Funeral Home with the Rev. Joseph Margush of the Sergcantsville Brethren Church, officiating. Interment was in Locust Grove Cemetery, Quaker-town. Mr. Shubiger, husband of the late Edith Hann Shubiger, died Monday in Glen Gardner. He leaves a son, Dothard, with whom he resided; a daughter, Mrs. Margelena Drauss, Leonia, and two brothers, Henry of Newark and William of Albany. Walter Henley Funeral services were held today in the Gleason Funeral Home, New Brunswick, for Walter Henley, 69, of 143 E. Seventh St., who died Wednesday in Muhlenberg Hospital. The Rev. Wilbur C. Wa-gar, formerly of Pluckemin, officiated, and interment was in Van Liew Cemetery, New Brusnwick. Mr. Henley formerly resided in upper Easton Ave., Franklin Tow'n-ship. He leaves no known survivors. EVELYN SELBIE Hollywood (JP) Silent screen star Evelyn Selbie, 79, died yesterday. She was a member of the old Essanay Company, one of filmland's pioneer organizations. as A A -f TV Pit onograph 150 sq. in. rectangular picture on 17-inch tube! Fully automatic phonograph glorious tone! Built-in Aerial. Mahogany veneer cabinet. Philco 1870. f37993 FUu Tmm mad WmmMf Public Satisfactorily for m I mi nil 1111,11 i I I I I mV ,i,m i T'T ' .". . " ' v:x.. itfk:i I r.v & I sM"TiTTTtfinaaaMBBlMlflMxa W 1 Mrs. M. MeCrea Dies at 72 Annandale Mrs. Margaret Gross McCrea, 72, of West St., died yesterday (Dec. 7, 1950) at the Lem-mon Clinic, Glen Gardner, where she had been a patient four days and had undergone an operation. She was the widow of Harry McCrea, former warden of the Hunterdon County Jail, Flemington, who died in 1941. Warden McCrea was custodian of the late Bruno Richard Hauptmann during the Lindhcrg kidnap trial in Flemington in 1935. Mrs. McCrea formerly resided on a farm at Pattenburg for many years. She had resided in Annan-dale and Naughright for the past 15 years. She was a member of the Alexandria Presbyterian Church at Mt. Pleasant. Surviving are one son, Paul, of Philadelphia; and two daughters, Mrs. El wood II. Taylor of Naughright and Mrs. Walter S. Reid of this place, with whom she recently resided; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Trimmer's 'Memorial Funeral Home, Clinton, at 2:30 p. m. Sunday. The Rev. F Alvin Langwith, pastor of the Annandale Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the cemetery adjoining the Alexandria Presbyterian Church, Mt. Pleasant. Itfli) 3 PHILCO 1874. 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In recent years, Mr. Schwartz had been much interested in the sport of harness racing and owned his own horses in addition to being associated with Edmund Hayes of New Brunswick in the ownership of a harness racing stable. His horses ran chiefly at Roosevelt Raceway in Westbury, L. I. and at Freehold Raceway. He also was active in- the matinee racing club at Johnson's Park in Highland Park. 11 III mm mm te mi 55 TriivFoeun Jft 20" Picture Reclongular 20" tube with- 215 sq. inch picture. Super? power chassis. Built-in Aerial. Cabinet of solid Sk I. Mahogany and selected veneers. Fhilco 2131. 4299S Fitu Turn mmd tTmrrmmtf V- Other Philco Moilolft rom $1895 $7500 Urns Tmm mmd Wmrrmmtj EASY TERMS V 5a PL 6-1766 mm fill

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