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Hoag-land tical nurse, was a native of Green-1 Green-1 Green-1 up, Ky., born Sept. 17, 1882. Hen parents were James and Martha (Morton) Bryan. William Norman Norman her husband died 15 years! ago and two daughters, Mrs. Ver-1 Ver-1 Ver-1 na Sharpies of Coshocton a n d j Mrs. Charles Hains of Frazeys-j Frazeys-j Frazeys-j burg; also four grandchildren; two brothers, William R. Bryan , of Sciotoville and Frank E. Bryan of j Rushtown. Another brother is I deceased. i The body is at the Baughman funeral home in Frazeysburg and funeral services will be held there Friday at 2 p. m. conducted by Rev. R. L. Ryall. Burial will be made in Frazeysburg ceme- ceme- I 'erJ'- 'erJ'- I MRS. NINA COLE Mrs. Nina Cole, 68 formerly , 1 Nina Demming. a native of New-1 New-1 New-1 j ark, died Tuesday in University , j Convalescent Home, Columbus, j I She was the widow of William ; A. Cole and resided in 1704 North j Fourth street, Columbus. Surviv-! Surviv-! Surviv-! ing are four nieces, Mrs. Minnie King of Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs John A. Price of West Colling-wood, Colling-wood, Colling-wood, N. J., Mrs. Irene B. Wil-: Wil-: Wil-: liams of Washington, D. C, and : Mrs. J. P. Hutcheson of Pitts- Pitts- -burgh -burgh Pa.. The body was moved to the Denton, Donaldson & Kuhn funeral funeral home, Columbus. Funeral arangements are incomplete. MEAD C. PRICE. The funeral of Mead C. Price was held at 2 p. m. today in the ! burial was made in Wilson cemetery. cemetery. LOUIS MORDOCK. Funeral services for Louis Mordock were held at 2:30 p. m. today in the Householder funeral home, conducted by Rev. A. Dale Fiers, and burial was made in Cedar Hill cemetery. EDWARD R UTTER. Edward Rutter, 69, farmer, died Tuesday at 4 p. m. in his home in Kylesburb following several i weeks' illness. He was born in Vinton county i April 5, 18(4, the son of William and Abagail Rutter and came to Licking county 18 years ago. Two sons survive: Willis Rutter of Mt. Vernon and Eugene Rutter of the home: also three grandchil-1 grandchil-1 grandchil-1 clren; lour brothers, Dennis and! Matthew Rutter of Ciielcville, James Rutter of Lancaster and j Lee Rutter of the Da) ton road; one sister, Mr. Clara Leasure of Ross County. j The body is at the Householder funeral home and funeral services will be held there Thursday at 3 p. m. conducted byi Rev. Allen Wilson. Burial will be made in Wilson cemetery, MISS MARY A. MORRIS. The ashes of Miss Mary Ann Morris, former resident of Granville, Granville, who died Aug. 28, in her home in Hollister, Calif., arrived here Monday and were received at Householder's funeral home. Burial Burial was made this afternoon in the Welsh Hills cemetery. E. A. COCIILAN. Services for E.. A. Cochlan were held at 1 p. m. today in the chapel in Criss Brothers funeral home. Rev. Louis H. Lammers was the officiating minister, and burial was made in Cedar Hill cemetery. cemetery. MRS. C. W. NELDON. The funeral of Mrs. Charles W. Neldon, who died Monday in the home near Fredonia, will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. in the Highwater Christian church. Rev. L. A. Bangerter will officiate, and burial will be made in Wilson Wilson cemetery. MRS. EMMA S. BOIIMAN. The funeral of Mrs. Emma S. Bohman, 79, who died suddenly Tuesday in her apartment in the Avalon building, will be held Friday Friday at 2 p. m. in the Gutiiph & Henderson funeral home and burial burial will be made in Mound View cemetery, Mt. Vernon. Dr. G. W. S:ipp, coroner, stated

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 08 Sep 1943, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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