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Obituary - Mr. Elizsbeth B. Morton Tie T.fv. C B Alrfn, f...
Mr. Elizsbeth B. Morton Tie T.fv. C B Alrfn, f the V'r p- . :n Mi '.honst etii.rcrt. v::l fjmrsl services fr i! rt.T.. w iff of Kre-1 VV M..M..n in tie Wi.ham R. lr.n -o. chapel. :.!.T5 Ave.' . in -0 m Thiirfctnv limul ill he :n WoodUwn Cemetery Mi. M-.rt.-n. who U.ed M.-uiV, V Ix-rn in Almont A up 20.! n-t liveJ in Lx Uuit 40 vr.,i mn v.-r ..r,-. ih u ict: in n.u.U'l an-1 literary !M h fciow ,,f "tfn.-4 M.yct cir.-ka. partifularlv in the Twen- l,v"1 al :"' Ave. t-eth Cet.turv ar.-l'rx-troil Review i A "n- w'ter- 8r"J two F,an ' h"-fU.hs. i-he aUso waa a ir.emtirr of .' K Par kr"1 Jk kl,'n- l.e N't'rth Womlward Vr,Frepa-j fi' fT.unh. Her horne was at Vircj;ia Talk. i Sun-nir.c are her,J. a! r .en. her of the firm of Mvi ton j A Mot ton, tertif.e-i puthc ar-! tourtunt?: a t -n. Olner H, an-1 1 t ao f rur.-I iu(.ht-r5. fally Gt-ne kT.-i Virf.r.ia J.n Morton. Henry Diktelrath I ItAP.INE CITY. Mirh ., Aup. 21 Hrr.ry liath, 69 jean o!.l, V 1 li !y known farmer who has Inn a litelor.j; reM.lent in thisec-t.on fi ll iifa-1 in front of h.a home h -uth of Marine City Mon-lay. He y foun i ty his family. Servicea will be held at 10 a m. lit Holy Cioss Catholic Chun h, with hutinl t M. Mary a Crme-frry. St. Clair. He is survivo'l hy his wife Mary; Jis a"n An.liew; four daiiRhters, t:n Ulrear Written k. Mrs. E.i-waij Marquette an1 Mrs. Chailes r.nrns. r.f Marine City, an'i Mrs. )sxvf.M Cottrrll. of Dearborn; two hrothers. Chsrles. of Irtroit, and Vrrd. of St. Clair, and three sisters. Mis. .loM-)h Snyder, of St. Clair, and Mrs. 1'red Burgett and Irs. Ji hn Topp. of Detroit. Norman McLeod Liik T uneral sen ices for Mr U.-k. of jrrirks and ,ne i4Ctrolt Athloti( ?!3 Ijherty St., Lincoln Tark, atlr'inh 2 p. m. Wednrsdsy In the A. O. Mntan Chapel, fit?.". 8 W. Fort St Punal in Elmwooil Cemetery. Mr. Lisk, who died Sundav, was born in Detroit Dec. 13. UMi. He leaves his wife. May; a daughter. Mrs James Gihsnn: a si.ter. Mrs Floyd Cnthank, and four brothers. F.otiert A.. Oorgo A , Harry F-Rnd Charles M. Edward Levy MUN1SING. Mich., Auk. 2rt (A. r-Ldwflrd Levy, prominent in political tin-lea in Munisinp for more than 20 years, died Monday in the University of Michipan Hospital. Ann Arbor, according; to svnnl received here hy survivors. He was 72 years of ape and had teen ill for four years. During his years of puhlie service, Mr. Levy was a member of the Alper County Road Commission, city commissioner of public vorks and utilities, city commissioner of records and linance, and suiperintendrnt of streets. Illness forced him to retire from public office two yeBis apo. He Invented and patented the "Levy" plow 12 years ago. The plow was used by Munisinp and other cities to clear its streets of Know before the present small rotary units came into use. His wife, three daughters and a Son survive. Funeral services will 1 held here Thursday. Samuel Earnshaw Funeral services for Mr. Earnshaw at 2 p. m. Tuesday in the home, .".'i4 Burke Ave., River Rouge. Burial at Ypsilanti. Mr. Earnshaw, who died Saturday at his home, was born in Lon-ion, England, e.'i years ago. He is survived by his wife. M'ibcl Malcolm Earnshaw : five children. Adelaide. Eveline, Harriet, Reginal and Nellie Earnshaw, and four stepsons. Edward, Russell, ElwooU and Clarence Malcolm. Scrgt. Arthur J. Pieper Funeral services fo r Serp. Tieper, 49 years old, retired mem-licr of the i'olire Department, w ill be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday in the Griffith Wade Funeral Home, 146:7 E. Jefferson' Ave. A uniformed polii-e detachment will escort the body to Forest Lawn Cemetery. Serpe. Pieper, who died Sunday, lived at 14214 Kilbourne Ave. He joined the department in 1915 and at the time of his retirement on May 1, 19o6, had received 10 cita tions, one of them for the capture of three bandits In 1926. He was a member of the Special Investigation Squad when he retired. He was a member of Friendship lodge, F. A- A. M., the Metropolitan Club and Square and Compass Club. Surviving are his wife Helen and six brothers and sisteis, Mrs. Walter Bartz, Walter. Mrs. Har-rld Eveis. Mis. Harold Dunn. Alva and Roy. Miss Elizabeth Mannebach Requiem high mass for Miss Mannebach. sister of Miss Mar-paret Mannebach. pianist for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, will be sung at 10 a. m. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Church. Prayers will be said at 9:.10 in the Delor Funeral Home, 2441 St. Aubin Ave. Burial will be in Mt. Elliott Cemetery. Miss Mannebach, who lived at 201 E. Kirby Ave., died Sunday in St. Joseph's Merry Hospital after a long illness. She was 47 years old. Her mother, Mrs. Mary Mannebach. widow of Casper, lied July 27. In addition to her sister, she is survived by a brother, John J. Mannebach. Miss Christine Agnes Braidel A brief illness resulted In the death in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital Monday of Miss Braidel, of Crn-i7 W. Philadelphia A-e. Miss Braidel was born in Sap-1 Inaw- and had lived in Detroit 20 years. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Braidel: seven sisters. Mrs. E. J. Hay, Mrs William P. Winch, Mrs. Arthur W. Fowler. Mrs. George M. Bance, Mrs. Blaine Hill and the Misses Marysville (O ) officers as a De-Ann and Gladys Braidel, and a troiter livine at 2.150 Kerry Park, brother, William. , 'was electrocuted Monday at P.erjtiiem hirh masts 4-ill b. sunt Man-si-illp u-b.lp metalline trana. In Pt. Theresa s Church at 9 a. m. Wednesday, preceded by prayers 1st e 15 't!k in t-.e V.'.. jr.. .ii -.. Char' ! .- "& Avf. Hun wi.l t if. li :.: :e C n-.eterv. Mr. Maria Meyer fimef (r !r!. Meyer t 1- " m the I I !l U.-me. :l E. rn.J K U : " "'-"n.r.e . in-rm... -M-yr. who :i-i San.iay, MSS in rmny .6 year n i isvfj jn Ixtrnit 6'i y.jirs H:e , Vive. Mrs. Clemence Ladouceur Mra. Clememe La.iouteur. a l.e- '"rg r.t of Kak-x County. iiel Monday at the home of hei dtuphter. Mr. Alfre.1 L Hrreux 129 W. Erie St , Windsor. She was Si veara '-id. . . was an actne t f St. Alphonae a Church a itiemher of the Woman's Lea cue. Altar Society and St. Jean lav tifte Socitty. Ann her cl.mphter. Mrs. Thomas P.ilry, survives Kuneral fcrrarpcu.enti have not teen completed. Roberr7w!ler l- Lr eral serviies for 5!r. Walltr, wiiiiiy known in sports m li s years ago. ut 2 p. in. Tuesday in the home. 6. it. 2 Lincoln Ave. Mr. Waller, who died in Crare Hospital Saturday, was born in Tilij-onhurc Ont., 1 years apo and rame to Litroit in 1.S. Widely known as a bowler in the days tie-fore there were puhlie alleys, he was the first Ix-troiter to 10II a perfect frame in a tournament reeoni7,ed hy the American Low 1-iiip Conpirss. Also famed In old f an.llot-hasr-hall circles, he orpanizod the first Masonic team and later played second base with the old Sham- Survivinp are his wife Eleanor; three daughters. Mrs. R V. Hun-gerford and Mrs. R. Devine, of Detroit, and Mrs. It. Deltemo, of Grand Rapids, and four grand, hil-dren. Mr. Mary T. Morton Services for Mrs. Morton at 11 a. ni. Tuesday in the C. H. Curtiss Co. Funeral Home, 804.ri E. Jefferson Ave, with the Rev. Chailes Wesley, of St. Pauls Episcopal Cathedral, offi iatirp. Burial in Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. Morton died Saturday at Reading, Pa. She was born on Mackinac Island 67 years ago, the daughter of tne late Mr. and Mrs Frederick J. Rock. She had lived In Detroit 45 years before moving to New York City In 1917. Four years ago she moved to Reading where her son, Frederick J. Morton, lives. Survivinp, In addition to her son, are a hrother. William T. Crooks, of Detroit, and two sisters, Mrs. Sidney S. Bush, of Detroit, and Mrs. George B. Walker, of New York City. Darrell McRae Rites for Mr, McRae at 2 .30 p m. Tuesday in tne A. G. Ru.lcy Funeral Home, 12712 Llve.nols Ave., with the Rev. Samuel C Weir, of the Littlefield Blvd. United Presbyterian Church, Dear-horn, off i ititinp. Burial in White Chapel Memorial Cemetery. Mr. McRae, who died Sunday in Harper Hospital, lived at 792S Nnrniile St., Dearborn. He was bom in Brooklinc, Mass , 4fl years ago and lived in Detroit five years befor e moving to Dearbor n 10 : , , , , I years ago. He was a foreman for the Detroit Creamery Co. Surviving are his wife Flora and his father, FraijuliHr M Rae, of Canada. CerafdTchlaff Services for Mr. Schlaff, of 4MI Williamson Ave., Dearborn, will be held at 5:.10 a. in. Wednesday in St. Alphonsus' Church, Dearborn, preceded by rites BtSo'clink in the tvuerfeld Funeral Home. 1(1.15 Monroe Ave., Dearborn Members of the Dearborn lire Department, of which he was a member, will escort the body to the grave in Mt. Klliott Cemetery. Mr. Schlaff, who was 26 years old, drowned last Thursday v hen he fell from a sailboat at the foot of Piper Blvd. He was a native of Detroit. Surviving are his parents. Mr and Mis. John J. Schlaff; three sisters. Mi s. Florence Thics Mrs. Eugenia Test and Mrs. Margaret .Much, and a brother Frank. James V. Varley The Rev. G. Wellington Husrhes, of St. Paul s Episcopal Cathedial. J will conduct the funeial services for Mr Varley, widely known in jewelry circles, in the home. 4.ri'.S Avery Ave., at 2:."iO p. in. Wednesday. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Valley dropped dead of a heart attack Sunday at his home. He was born in England' 70 years fit;o last April and had lived in Detroit 40 years. A diamond specialist, he was with the Roehm Jewelry Co. 20 years anil for the last 20 years had been w ith Traub Bros. & Co. He is survived by his brother John, a niece Mrs. Ivor C. Bailey (nee Marion Cousins! , and a nephew Arch V. Cousins. Couple's Golden Wedding to Be Marked Wednesday Wednesday will mark the polden weddirg anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eartlrv of Ml 2 Bin-coin Ave. The Bartleys have lived in Detroit for 23 years. Due to the illness of Mr. Bartley. a family dinner in their home and a reception there from 7 to 9 p. m. will be their only celebration. The couple has one son. W. E. Hartley, and two grandchildren, Patricia and Jovre. Detroiter Electrocuted John Thomas Fair, identified bvj former on a rural tiectrification I 'project. , j 1 , 1 , j4 ; ' 1 j 4 (

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  1. Detroit Free Press,
  2. 24 Aug 1937, Tue,
  3. Page 22

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