Livingston County Daily Press and Argus from Howell, Michigan on December 4, 1985 · 7
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Livingston County Daily Press and Argus from Howell, Michigan · 7

Howell, Michigan
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Wednesday, December 4, 1985
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Frank Anderson Frank W. Anderson, 94, W. Grand River, Howell, died at McPherson Com- munity Health Center, Howell, B November 29. Born March 15, 1891, in Rockford, Illinois, he was the son of Gustav and Hanna (Magnusson) Anderson. His wife, the former Minnie Voige, preceded him in death in 1980. ' Mr. Anderson moved to Howell from Detroit four years ago. He had worked for Ford Motor Company as a tool and die maker for 43 years. He served in the U.S. Army during , WorldWarl. Survivors include two sons, Russell of M Howell and Ralph of Detroit; seven grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren; a brother, Charles of 'Chicago, Illinois; and several nieces and nephews. He was also preceded in death by a son, pari, in 1942. Services were December 2 from Mac-Donald's Funeral Home. Burial was at Glen Eden Memorial Park Cemetery, Livonia, with the aj Reverend Duane Schafer of Grace Lutheran Church officiating. Ernest Campbell 'Ernest Campbell, 58, 10418 Half Moon Drive, Pinckney, died Novemnber 29 at Chelsea Community Hospital. Born July 30, 1927, in Ypsilanti, he was the son of Ernest and Pearl (Peters) Campbell. On March 17, 1950, he was married to the former Marilyn J. Bennett at Land of Lakes, Florida. Mr. Campbell was a member of Moose Lodge No. 1253, Ann Arbor, and St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Hamburg. He had been employed by the University of Michigan. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Dennis E. of Ypsilanti and Kenneth F. of Belleville; two daughters, Kathleen A. of Savannah, Georgia, and Mrs. Robert ( Cheri ) Chrapkiewicz of Venice, Florida; a sister, Mrs. John (Violet) Evans of Lake Alfred, Florida; two grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a son and three brothers, Kenneth, Melvin and G. Franklin. Services were December 3 from St. Paul's with the Reverend Carl F. Welser officiating. Burial was at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter. Memorial contributions in Mr. Camp-bell's name are suggested to the ' American Heart Association of Michigan. Edward Nehlsen Jr. Edward Arthur Nehlsen Jr., 82, 8718 Pleasant Lake Drive, Brighton, died November 27 at McPherson Community Health Center, Howell, ft Born March 21, 1903, in Creighton, " Nebraska, he was the son of Edward and Emma (Hahn) Nehlsen. On December 24, 1933, he was married to the former Helen Elizabeth Matthews in Ypsilanti. Mr. Nehlsen graduated from the University of Michigan in 1927 as a pharmacist and worked in the Weiman-Matthews Drug Store until 1941. He then purchased a partnership in 1945 with Ed Parker at the College Phar-macy in Ypsilanti and retired in 1967. 0 Mr. Nehlsen was a member of the Washtenaw Country Club, the Lakeland Golf and Country Club, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan State Pharmiceutical Christmas tree The Oak Grove United Methodist Men A are selling Christmas trees until December 21 in the lot of the First Na-. tional Bank, 101 E: Grand River, Howell. The Scotch pine, spruce and Austrian pine trees are all fresh cut and locally KNIGHTS of Fr. John R. Day Gala New Year's j Eve Party Tuesday December 31, 1985 FR. JOHN R. DAY K. of C. - RECEPTION CENTER 3555 East Grand River, Howell FEATURING V? AHTIffl V For Your Dancing and For Ticket Info: 548-5591 Livingston County Obituaries Association, the Phoenix Lodge 13 FA-AM, Knights Templar and was a 32nd degree Mason. He was also a member of the York and Scottish 'Rites Masons, A.A.O.N.M.S., Moslem Temple, Valley of Detroit. ' Survivors include his wife; a nephew, Robert Matthews of Howell; three nieces, Mrs. Al (Shirley) Vastyan of Hersey, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Neil (Patricia) Baughn of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Mrs. James (Patricia) Young of Prescott, Arizona;, and 14 grandnieces and grandnephews. A Masonic services were November 30 from the Moore Memorial Chapel under the auspices of the Phoenix Lodge. Graveside services were at the Highland Cemetery with Masonic honors. Memorial contributions In Mr. Nehlsen's name are suggested to the Masonic Home in Alma. Berniece Houchen Berniece B. Houchen, 61, 142 Eastdale, Howell, died November 26 at the University Hospitals, Ann Arbor. Born October 27, 1924, in Clinton, Missouri, she was the daughter of Staples and Blanche (Gehringer) Phillips. On June 23, 1949, she was married to Eugene W. Houches. . Mrs. Houchen moved to Howell 18 years ago from Louisburg, Kansas. She was senior vice president of the First Federal Savings and Loan of Livingston and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Howell and Howell Lodge 2168, BPOE. Survivors Include her husband; a daughter, Mrs. John (Kimberly) Smith III of Howell; two grandchildren; a sister, Frances Fletcher of Albuquerque, New Mexico; four brothers, Leo and Joe Phillips of ' Kansas City, Missouri, Bill Phillips of Houston, Texas, and Claude Phillips of Paradise, California. Services were November 29 from the Lamb Funeral Home. Burial was at Lakeview Cemetery with the Reverend Lewis Sutton of the Methodist church officiating. Memorial contributions in Mrs. Houchen's name are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Envelopes are available at the funeral home. Culver Bailey Culver G. Bailey, 85, 316 Isbell St., Howell, died November 25 at home. Born May 26, 1900, in Archibald, Ohio, he was the son of Adalbert and Anna (Culver) Bailey. On August 12, 1925, he was married to the former Gertrude A. Stage. . - (. . Mr.. Bailey graduated from, both Hillsdale College and the University of Michigan. He moved to Howell 27 years ago. Mr. Bailey was a retired teacher, having taught business and accounting at both Michigan State University and Howell High School. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Howell. Survivors include his wife and two granddaughters, Jennifer and Rebecca Bailey. He was preceded in death by a son, Culver (Bud), in 1976. Services were November 29 from the Methodist church. Cremation has taken place. Memorial contributions in Mr. Bailey's name are suggested to the First United Methodist Church. Envelopes are available at the Lamb Funeral Home. sale slated grown, said Dudley Scott, one of the organizers. "There will be a wide range of prices and sizes," he said. The trees will be for sale from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Proceeds all go to the church. COLUMBUS Council 2659 A CCA TO Listening Pleasure Dinner Served at 8:30 P.M. Sandwiches After Midnight DONATION: $22.50 per person rmUf "Shopptng Locally - SAVES" g Earl Teeples Earl L. Teeples, 67. 5617 N. Burkhart Rd., Howell, died December 1 at McPherson Community Health Center, Howell. Born May 18, 1918, in South Lyon, he was the son of Ralph and Emma (Met-teldorf ) Teeples. v He was married to the former Elizabeth A. Thomas on December 20, 1952. in Howell. " Mr. Teeples was a retired butcher and had worked for VanAlystine Pack-ing House. He was a private first class in the U.S. Army during World War II. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Sheila) Mudri of Brighton; two sons, Thomas and Darl, both of Howell; two grandchildren; and three brothers, Arthur of Carlton, Ralph J. of Ontonagon and Arnold of Warren. . No services were held. Robert Mailman Robert E. Mailman, 61, Brighton, died November 29 at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor. Born July 19, 1924, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he was the son of Ellsworth and Roselle (Lorenz) Mailman. On October 23, 1948, he was married to the former Loraine .Smith in Milwaukee. They moved to Brighton in 1974. A veteran of World War II, Mr. Mailman served with the U.S. Army in Europe. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church of Hartland. Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Janice, Mary, Cathy Ann, all of Seattle, Washington, and Jill of Canton; six grandchildren; a sister, Sally Bouce of West Bloomfield; and several nieces and nephws. A Funeral Mass of the Resurrection . was held December 3 from St. John's with the Reverend Fathers Alan J. Wakefield and Thomas W. Thompson officiating. Burial was at St. John Cemetery. A rosary was recited December 2 from the Keehn Funeral Home. Memorial contributions in Mr. Mailman's name are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Envelopes are available at the funeral home. Charles Fines Charles A. Fines, 63, 52 Candy Lane, Brighton, died November 29. Born March 12, 1922, in Swiss City, Indiana, he was the son of Oliver and Emma (Miller) Fines. On July 25, 1947, he was married to the former Edna Poole in Covington, Kentucky. They moved to Livingston County in 1967 from Pontiac. A veteran of World War II, Mr. Fines served with the U.S. Army in Europe. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Jean) Carson and Mrs. Donald (Lori) Schmidt, both of Brighton; a son, Robert of Water-ford; seven grandchildren; two brothers; four sisters; and several nieces and nephews. Services were December 3 from the Keehn Funeral Home with the Reverend Gerald H. Street officiating. Burial was at Parkview Memorial Cemetery, Livonia. Jennie Wasiluk A Funeral Mass of the Resurrection for Jennie K. Wasiluk, 67, 1335 Long Lake Drive, Brighton, will be 10 a.m. $y$A A N " 3 ' i Now At Sala Prices Until 'jSS&i JrSv Vv"" December 31, 1985 S SflS' a'Ujf f jifr o pmHn chrome ft VTi J ffi if A Dti A ' i " JT Y l Tr wooden MMM ir .'BI I ':' ot totoi co-orinJ I "irfc I V .bonnodontlMChiMland I &p lSHl I j"- 1 onrtng MM. Th I ff"" . S I . V tkmiltin K uMd on the I & I : turning toot hondlot. Ech I t.9 v - ' n t (m ol piwtn en I n 9 l V tmtnihio. I ". J I I V V Eacn Mt H eomwlonlly I Of ., f r I I V Mcktosd m Hltod, bo ; 25 , " - O I I btnltd aoodm cm for I t ' O I , ,V . mm ot oromiution I - ALL WORK CUARANTEED ' .. f 5462 Creenrieia, Brighton " 1 , F; 2 Thursday from St. John Catholic Church, Hartland. .She died December 1 at the Hospice of Livingston County, Howell. Born October 14, 1918, in Winnipeg. Manitoba, Canada, she was the daughter of Kazamer and Katherine (Regalevitch) Krepsky. On October 21 1939, she was married to Jacob M. Wasiluk in Washington. .They moved to Livingston County from Livonia in 1978. - Her husband preceded her in death on November 14, 1980. Survivors include a son, Joseph Michael of Salem, New Hampshire; a daughter, Mrs. John (Jeannie) Macias of Brighton; two grandchildren; a sister, Sarah Tarasoff of Windsor, Ontario; and several nieces and nephews. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery with the Reverend Father Alan J. Wakefield officiating. Scripture services are 7 p.m. Wednesday from the Keehn Funeral home. Memorial contributions in Mrs. Wasiluk's name are suggested to the Hospice of Livingston County or the American Cancer Society. Envelopes are available at the funeral home. Erma Riggs Erma Louella Riggs, 85, Tucson, Arizona, formerly of Howell, died November 28 at her Tucson home. Born August 13, 1900, in Canning, South Dakota, she was the daughter of Melvin and Mertie (Latson) Perkins. Mrs. Riggs moved to Arizona from Livingston County in 1942. She was married to Richard Riggs, who preceded her in death in December 1975. Survivors include a sister Helen Scroggins; step-daughter, Thelma Wilbur; a step-son, Raymond Brockman, all of Tucson; five grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a stepson, Donald Brockman, three sisters, Ruth Gardner, Jeanette Leverett and Ella Veith; and two brothers, Forest Perkins and Adrance Perkins. Services were December 3 from South Lawn Mortuary in Tuscon. Memorial contributions in Mrs. Riggs' name are suggested to the American Heart Fund. Victor Carroll Services for Victor I. Carroll, 82, Brimley, formerly of Howell, are 2 p.m. today from MacDonald's Funeral Home. He died December 1 in Jackson. Born June 18, 1903, in Kalkaska, he was the son of Charles F.and Clara Alice (Cline) Carroll. His Jirst wife, the. former Helen M. Edgeworth, preceded him in death bn March 2, 1972. Mr. Carroll moved to Brimley 12 years ago from Howell. He had been a lineman for Detroit Edison Company and was a life member of the Howell LodgeNo.38,F.&A.M. Survivors include his wife, Martha; two sons, David L. of Lincoln Park and Irvin F. of Southgate; three daughters, Patricia C. Jennings of Jackson, Alice D. Holister of Taylor and Sue M. of Jackson; 17 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, HollisL.,inl952. Burial will be in the Lakeview Cemetery under the auspices of the Howell lodge. (313) 227-5684 H , LIVINGSTON COUNTY PRESSWEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1985 7A; Deputy Association offering safety guide The Livingston County Deputy Sheriffs Association has just published a safety guide and is making it available to interested members of the county. . The booklet contains a list of emergency telephone numbers as well as numerous safety hints to protect your home. The booklet also tells readers how to report a crime and what information to note if they are the victim of a crime. "It's one of the best that's ever been put together," said Deputy Allan Perry, president of the association. He added that he and the association would like to thank all the merchants who helped sponsor the book through their advertisements. Perry said the association spent about two months compiling safety hints from across the nation and some from Canada, before completing the guide. The 72-page booklet features six pages of color photos and descriptions of commonly-used drugs. It also includes detailed descriptions of the ef- 546-8755 x ATTENTION FUEL OIL USERS WE NOW HAVE FUEL OIL Pay by 10:00 A.M. Guaranteed Delivery by 6:00 P.M. Monday thru Saturday M in. delivery WE DISCOUNT CASH CUSTOMERS DISCOUNT VIDEO RENTALS Mon. thru Thurs. 2 Movies '4 overnight VCR & 3 movies 0 overnight CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Call or stop In for details. WEEKEND RATES AVAILABLE Sale Open Late n a 1 1 Mon.-Th.-Fri 227-7068 P0INSETTIAS We Grow Our Own" e Pink, White or Red Choose plants with 1 to 100 Blooms GRAVE BLANKETS WREATHS ALL SIZES , Plain or Decorated . ROPING - Cedar & White Pine Douglas Fir Roping available by special order n7 w rsrunrl Rlvr 229-9430 ' OPEN feels of some commonly-abused narcotics. The safety guide is available by contacting Deputy Perry at the Livingston County Sheriff 's Department. The Deputy Sheriff's Association is also gearing up to help the Livingston County Salvation Army bring Christmas to some less-fortunate county residents. Perry said members of the association will be helping the Salvation Army deliver food, clothes and other goods to needy families in Livingston County. In addition, the association will also provide the funding to "adopt" 10 families in the county and purchase food and gift items for those families, he said. Money for the program was raised through a 1950's and 60's review held at the Howell High School Gym November 22. The event helped the association raise over $7,000 to adopt the families. "There was a real good turnout," he said, "and everybody liked it. I got no complaints." 202 N. Michigan Howell U DISCOUNT FUEL OIL NEW MOVIES EVERYWEEKI FREE ($100.00 Value) KODAK 8000 Disc Camera with purchase of any ATV Priced! FREE 1986 poster-sized calendar just for coming in! 8090 W. Grand River CHRISTMAS! TREES Scotch Spruces Douglas Fir & Largest selection in Livingston County TREES S Large Selection of Flocked Trees ready to go Flocked Wreaths & Roping Also available i 2 i 2 2 7? 2 2 2 2 2 n ,1 L (at Woodland Lake) 7 DAYS Brighton

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