I have rcvd a copy of a portion of page 2 of the "Telegraph", Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, newspaper, dated Wednesday, Noc. 25, 1942. Obits follow:
(note: I am distantly related/connected to the DART child below)
Rites Set For
The body of Joseph Zovack, 38,
Industrial Rayon worker, who died
in Greene hospital Tuesday from
gun shot wounds suffered in a
hunting accident on Dock Rd.,
Madison, a mile north of Route
20, Saturday, was at the Landon
funeral parlors in Geneva today.
The body will be shipped to
Canonsburg, Pa., Thursday, where
funeral services will be held Fri-
day morning in the Canonsburg
Catholic Church. Burial will be in
DART CHILD DIES
WILLOUGHBY, Nov. 25, Philip
Robert Dart, one-months old son of
Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth R. Dart, of
93 Center St., succumbed Tuesday
afternoon in Lakesike hospital,
Cleveland, where he had undergone
a spinal operation.
Services were to be conducted
at 1 p. m. today at the Lawrence
A. McMahon Funeral home here by
the Rev. Shlemon Yokanan, pastor
of the South Kirtland Congrega-
tional church. Burial will be in
Illness Fatal to
Mrs. Cleo Brain
WILLOUGHBR (sic), Nov. 25 - Mrs.
Cleo Mae Brain, 45, of 19 Sharpe
Ave., died at her home at 3 a. m.
today following a lingering illness.
Survivors besides her husband,
George, include three sons, her
mother, Mrs. Hattie A. Pyle, four
brothers and two sisters.
He sons are; Pfc. Stanley,
somewhere in the South Pacific
theater of war, Pvt. Richard, a
U. S. marine, stationed at Parris
Island, and Richard at home. My-
ron Brian, another son, proceded
his mother in death. Brothers in-
clude Pvt. Donald Pyle, also in the
Pacific War theater; Pvt. Nestor
Pyle at Fort Bragg, N. C.; Taylor
Pyle of Canton and Myron Pyle of
Willoughby. Sisters are Miss
Maude Pyle and Mrs. R. K. Rad-
cliff, both of Willoughby. She
was a member of the Willoughby
Blue Star Mothers.
Services will be conducted at
the Lawrence A. McMahon Fu-
neral home here Friday at 2:30
p. m. Burial will be in Willough-
by. Rev. Dr. Clyde P. Barnes,
Methodist pastor, will officiate.
Hold Services For
HUNTSBURG, Nov. 25 - Last
rites were conducted Saturday for
George Adams, Life-long resident
here, at the Burr and Smith Fu-
neral home in Chardon. There was
a large attendance and many floral
offerings. Burial was in the fam-
ily lot in East Chardon.
Pallbearers were Dwight Strong,
Bert, Frank and Paul Adams,
Frank Taylor and John Kibler.
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