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The Dearborn County Register from Lawrenceburg, Indiana • Page 17
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The Dearborn County Register from Lawrenceburg, Indiana • Page 17

Lawrenceburg, Indiana
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-4 vMbr 7--v-vr rf VVrl yygEdJ lo fcDP-fTvv5t j- 1 i i 11 -1 -t' 1 i L- I 1 rn REGISTER Thursday December 14 1961 MRSAMELIA GEISLER 'Services for Mrs Amelia Geis- GEORGE Section Plage 1 PHIL STONEKING COMPLETES TRAINING Philip Stoneking son of Mr and Mrs" James Stoneking of Route 1 Lawrenceburg completed recruit training recently at the Naval Training Center Great Lakek 111 The nine-week training program includes extensive -'schooling in such subjects as seamanship and gunnery damage control and military customs i "-A J-V I I- I to move on packed enow throe-fourths of the way up Ludlow Hill A major traffic jam resulted before Meyer Brothers Garage Lawrence-burg and a State Highway crew "arrived soon after this photo to move -in either was taken 'At traffic was unable WITHOUT WARNING WINTER arrived early last Saturday morning with a 4-Inch snowfall which was responsible for numerous scenes such as seen above on Ludlow Hill Lawrenceburg A Jackknifed truck on Conwell st Aurora stymied operations of the Aurora subdistrict Indiana State Highway Department kept service 'stations and garages busy all day city and town maintenance crews busy and such departments as St- mail delivery behind 'schedule Snow stai-ted falling aboujt 5 am while the-scene above photographed about 8:30 amH pictures autos and trucks unable direction for approximately 45 minutes residents once again 'called attention to two dangerous conditions exiting because PfOJ of the hill Lack of fire protection and wi mg pvwvuon ana an open highway to Dearborn Coilnty Hospital during such an emergency (REGISTER PHOTO) ler 77 were held at Lutheran Church Olean County Tuesday Dec Geisler who was a Charley Geisler who resided here and an aiuzit of Vir gil Geisler rof -Front St Law-renceburg leaves her husband merchant at Friendship and one brother William Schweg-man of- Olean 4 St Paul in Ripley 5 Mrs sister of formerly REQUIEM MASS SUNG FOR MRS JpE ORSCHELL Services for Mrs Dorothy Orschell 69 widow of Joe Orschell' a Kelso Township' resi: dent for many years (was held 'at St Joseph Church jSt Leon -Wednesday Dec 8 by fayWJl-liam Buhmeier pastor Burial was in the church cemetery the Clevenger funeral home firook-ville in charge Mrs OTschell who parsed away at Madison State where she had -been a patient several years leaves two daughters' Mrs Irene Fuchs and Mrs Dorothy Piecuch Cincinnati four brothers Adam Ripberger Rush-vUTe Joseph! Ripberger Milton and Frank and Amos Ripberger Connersyille i and two sisters EtheL and Cecelia Ripberger Cincinnati i JL vl -J MY Christmas Shopping In August! i You An oo I ate -your' Christmas shopping in ONE at Ideal Drug 8tare Our genergus assortment of andeosmetics electric shaver camera equipment toys and candles provide you a one-stop Christmas shopping center ADD SPICE TO HIS LIFE! GIFT Complljnent the well-groomed nan WBh invigorating Old Spice After Shave Lotion and crisp clean Old Spice Cologne brisk las an ocean breeze I Matching patteryglass bottles In a new red gift box with the distinc ive Old Spice cRpper ship DMIO STORE 210 Third St I Phone 268 From i 825 to $500 On Automobiles i i Appliances Furniture Signature KEEGAN I Services George Keegan 68 Cincinnati stepson of Mrs McKinley Snow of Sunman were held at the Lutz funeral home Harrison Tuesday Dec 5 with burial in Gleb Haven Cemetery A of World War I he passed away at his residence in Cincinnati Dec 2" DEATH CLAIMS HUGO FEDERLE 84 if I HUGO FEPERLEi Requiem High Mass for Hugo Federle 84 a life -long resident tf Lawrenceburg a retired Fchenley employee and One of the few surviving employees of the old Traction Line was held at St Lawrence Church here Wednesday morning at 9 a Burial was in Greendale Ceme: tery the Moon funeral home in Charge I Mr: Federle who had -been ill keveral years and much worse the past six months passed away suddenly at his residence 352 Short St Saturday evening I He worked at the Ohlen Bishop jSaw -Plant later as' freight agent at the depot hero Until 1930 when it was discontinued He then began employment Ut Schenley Distillery and retired from there-in 1940 Mr Federle was very active in politics and community affairs for many years He was a member of ttfe Knights of Columbus and a member of the'K of building Compiittee which purchased the property at the north-Iwest corner of Walnut and Center -Streets Interested in music he jwas a member of several bands here at one time He was a member of St Lawrence Church the Eagles and at one time the Knights of St John a Mr Federle was twice married His first wife was Grace Bryant who died in 1905 Later he married Curtie Bryant who with a daughter Miss Lorena Federle 'survive Miss Federle lives in I Washington Kessler wins lot of Ians got good points to Spare The flavor fine smooth -as silk and the price Is always fairl A GEORGE WEBB DIES George Webb 79 passed away Wednesday Nov a Toledo Ohio Hospital He had been in iaill Hf! fering from He -was the soh of John and Mary Recap Webb and before going to Toledo hef was a resident of Aurora He is survived py a daughter Mrs Vera Allen with whom he made his home one son Louie also of- Toledo three grandchildren: two listers Mrs Rose Jones of St Petersburg -Fla and Mrs Margaret Lejffler of Moores Hill 1 'S sS r''-K A '-I- I U' V- JV F-- i- 1 5 -I i Last Rites For Mrs Henry Brown Rev John Wheary Methodist minister at Guilford conducted services at the Fitch Bros funeral home at 10:30 a for Mrs Mary Brown 64 of 138 Vine Street Burial was in Riverview Cemetery Aurora A former Aurora resident she lived in -Lawrenceburg since about 1923 and had lived at the Vine St address since 1928 She had been ill about a year at her home Survivors are her husband Henry and two daughters Betty home and Mrs Orville Wopper-er of Westwood Cincinnati Mr Brown has been yery ill at Dearborn County Hospital but is better according to late reports He underwent surgery last week Michael Bohland Dies Attorney For 60 Years Requiem High Mass for Michael Boland 82 practicing attorney in this area for more than 60 years were held at St Louis NEW ALSACE HOST TO FARMERS UNION PARTY Dearborn County Farmers Union will hold its annual Christmas party at St Paul's School New Alsace Thursday Dee 21 beginning with a turkey dinner at 7 The county organization will furnish the turkey dressing gravy and coffee Members attending are asked to bring a covered dish Member families attending are asked to bring a small gift for each child they bring with their own name on it Mrs Evelyn Stock county recreation director will be in charge of the arrangrasent There win be songs and -readings by the juniors and reserves Mrs Lange Dies At Home Of Niece Services for Mrs Elsie Lange 77 who made her- home with Mr ami Mrs Louis Clarke in Greendale will be held at Fitch away in 1932 Mrs Clarke is a niece Mrs Lange had been ill a long time but death came suddenly from a heart attack shortly after coon Monday The only member of her family still living is Mrs Preston Foley of Nowlin Avenue is a sister TRijva i I li 1 :1 Church Batcsville Saturday Bros funeral home today (Thurs-mornjng Dec 9 -with burial in at 2 by Rev Lloyd the church cemetery Weber-jof Zion Church Burial will Mr Bohland was active in Greendale cemetery Democratic politics for many mS Lange was born in Cin-years and once- was a candidate cinnati but had lived in Greendale for lieutenant-governor He was tince her marriage in 1909 Her attorney for Batesvffle when it husband Anthony Lange passed TODAY for Prompt and Courteous Service! whiskeyleague Laughqry Finance Corporation 408 Second St PHONE 783 TREE first became a city He was a of the Ripley County Bar Association St LouiarChurch and the Knights of Columbus He had a number of cases in the Dearborn Circuit Court during his long Legal career Despite severe physical handicaps he was always active not only in the legal profession but in other matters Survivors are his widow Sophia Bohland a teacher in the public school for many years and one brother- George Bohland of Terre Haute Michael Bohland Brookville widely known in the legaT profession is a nephew FALL FATAL TO AURORA RESIDENT Services for Mrs Minnie Schoff-ner 5L 167 Dhran St Aurora were held at Stler Williams funeral home Wednesday Dec 6 i with Ixirial in Gibson Cemetery Bright Mrs Schoffner wha was a native of Owsley County- Ky had lived in Dearborn County pbbut 15 years She fell in an Aurora business place about three weeks ago and broke a hip She was taken to Dearborn County Hospital where she was making rajfid recovery until a bipod dot devdoped and she passeg away suddenly Sunday Dec 3 Survivors are the husband Ernest" four daughters Mrs Woodford Elam of the New ReagaiT Hotd 7 Lawrenceburg Mrs Kenneth Hussung Mandies-ter Twp Mrs Larry Schoftner and Mrs Edwin Bennkt Aurora three sons James Harold and Garfield King-Jt Aurora and nine grandchildren' BULOVA HAMILTON SWISS WATCHES Priced From Aurora 95 1 1: V'i jffcas Phone 397-Rfe KEEPSAjCE and PRISCIUiA DIAMONDS SPEIDEli WATCH BANDS PARKER SHEAFFER PEN 24 HOUR ENGRAVING Prince Gardner and Rolf BILLFOLDS (Free Monogrsming) AGGIES JEWELRY tv' Lawrenceburg 236 Walnut St 1 JULIUS KESSUI CQh UWRUCCIUIQ INDIANA MINDED WHI8XEY PROOf DRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS -I --I r- 1.

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