Funeral services for george Metzger, 62, who died December 26, were held Saturday morning at Mt. Morris.
Bert Goodrich, 64, died of self inflicted gun wounds early Sunday morning.
Mrs. Clifford Wortman, north Linden was painfully burned last week when her gasoline iron exploded.
Testamonial dinner given Cong. W.W. Blackney at Hoskins restaruant last Thursday. Forty-two present.
Mrs. Hazel Hall, 54, died at her home on Hickory street early Saturday afternoon.
Benjamin Bangs, 71, died at his home in Oakland, Calif., Friday.
Leone Lucile McAllister, born at 11:50 a.m. January 1, is first 1935 Fenton baby.
Russell McComb and Miss. Nellie Rueling married Saturday.
Mrs. Edmund Gould re-elected president of St. Jude's Guild.
Lawrence Joslin and Miss Mary bussey marry at Santa Cruz, December 22.
Joe Davis, 66, brother of W.R. Davis, died Saturday at Byron hospital.
Benton Charles Schupbach, died December 16, at University hospital in Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Caroline M. Buzzard celebrated her eighty-sixth birthday anniversary Sunday at her home at 512 E. Ellen street.
Austin Gilbert of Clio a patient in University hospital at Ann Arbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thornton are the parents of a baby son, Charles Edward born January 5.
A son Donald Burke, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burke, December 10.
Mrs. John Skinner was taken to McPherson Memorial hospital in Howell last Saturday suffering from injuries received when
a tree in which she was helping her husband fell, struck her.
Miss Mildred Dormire underwent an operation at Hurley hospital in Flint, Thursday.
Mrs. Mary E. Bentley, 79, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rome Bly, last Friday.
A son, Richard Frederick, was born to mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, Sunday.
Mrs. Annie Jones, 71, passed away at her home in Detroit, Saturday morning, January 12.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buckingham was damaged by fire.
Mrs. Gertrude Stock purchased the Roy Goodrich home formerly owned by Mrs. Roy Tice on Second street.
Mrs. Eleanor Walker chosen delegate to Democratic state convention.
John Hauritz breaks collar bone in fall on slippery sidewalk.
Miss Margaret Faulkner and D.A. O'Dell wed Saturday at St. Andrews Episcopal church, Ann Arbor.
John A. Herbert, 89, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert Robbins, Holly.
Burt Styckle, 65, died at his home on Ellen street, Thursday morning.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert keppin, January 20.
Edgar Severance, 78, died at his home last Saturday morning.
A son, James Edward, was born friday, January 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Irish.
A daughter Gloria Jean born Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Panks.
Rufus Levia Robinson, 76, died at his home on the corner of East High and South Lemen street, Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Peterson complete new Finnish baths.
Mrs. Elias Losch, 77, died Monday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otis Leece, on Fifth street.
George L. Simmons, aged 67, Lake Fenton, died Saturday morning in a Chicago hospital.
Miss Savilla Sparks and Norman Schwartz wed Sunday.
Miss Catherine Shannon, local teacher, was elected president of the Womens Musical club.
Miss Phyllis Carpenter became the bride of Leslie Prescott Monday evening.
Bertha Gogis, 5 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gogis, died Friday night.
A daughter, Barbara Jean, born February 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Panks.
June Tamlyn operated on at Hurley hospital, Flint, for appendicitis, Tuesday night.
Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Hoyt, 84, were held Thursday afternoon from the home of her daughter,
Mrs. George Watts.
Miss Eleanor Buffmeyer, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Buffmeyer, had ten stitches taken in cheek, following
and automobile accident.
Elton Austin fell and broke three ribs at the A&P store Friday.
Dr. Lawrence Barr of Chicago opened an office in the Consumer's Power building where he intends to practice
as a chiropractor.
Maurice Matthews, local attorney, was successful in his quest of the vacant seat in the state legislature at the special
election held Tuesday.
A son, Richard, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Anderson, Tuesday, March 5.
Mrs. Mary Smith, 73, succumbed to an attack of pneumonia last Thursday at her home on Fourth street.
William Clare Wallace and Mrs. Jennie Edna Marse'us were wed Wednesday, March 6, at Sandwich, Ill.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Doubleday, 92, were held at the Craft Funeral home, Monday afternoon.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tice, March 17.
A daughter, Linda Lou, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scupbach, March 19.
Miss Kathleen Knight and Francis E. Gray speak marriage vows in Detroit, March 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Demored announced the arrival of a son born March 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiggins purchased the Shaffer house on Poplar street.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Craft Funeral home for Ward Andrus.
Miss Bertha Brown and Willard Runyan exchanged vows at Angola, Indiana, on November 6, it was announced
Miss Beulah McNiel and James Cheney wed in Flint on Saturday.
A son, David William, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Alger on Thursday, April 2.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Schuyler was damaged Thursday noon, when fire brok out on the roof of their
Charles Davis and Miss Flora Ross were married on April 6 at Minneapolis.
Arthur Wallace suffered a broken right arm Wednesday while trying to put a belt on a machine in the carpenter
Miss Harriet Johnson was operated on for mastoid at Hurley hospital, Flint, last friday.
Fire completely destroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Toomey, on the Dauner road early Saturday morning.
Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Kelley, 31, were held from the Davis-Graham Funeral home Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Harry Hoover was the unfortunate victim of a fall Tuesday morning.
A son, Richard Eugene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cooley, Sunday, April 28
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reasner celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary, Saturday evening.
Mrs. L.E. Knapp, 62, died Sunday morning at her home on East Caroline street.
Alford Dormire, nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Dormire died Sunday morning at Hurley hospital, Flint.
Carl D. Tisch and Alice Yager will wed Saturday evening, May 4.
Ralph Himcks and Mrs. Fern Rial, exchanged marriage vows at the local Presbyterian church.
A son, Robert William, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McAllister, April 26.
Mrs. Ruth West worth wed to Eugene O. Doane at Battle Creek Sunday afternoon.
Miss Marion Wolverton weds Gerald F. Hefling at Mt. Clemens, April 27.
Funeral services will be for John Abbey Saturday afternoon at the Abbey home.
A daughter Shirley Ann, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Grant, May 16.
Mrs. Harry Hoover submitted to the amputation of an injured finger last Monday.
Mrs. Charles Brown, 70, died Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Tryon in Greenville,
Funeral services were held at St. John's church Wednesday morning for William H. Linnehan.
Funeral services for George Dart, an automobile accident victim, will be held this afternoon at Bristol church.
To be continued Friday
(This is all that I have of this article. If I should find more I will add the rest)