JORDAN, DEMARIS J. (MARTIN)
Published in the Fort Wayne Newspapers on March 29, 2006
Demaris J. (Martin) Jordan, died Tuesday, March 28, 2006, at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born in Fort Wayne, she was a homemaker and worked in clerical at Dana Corp. for six years. She was a member of St. Vincent dePaul Catholic church.
Survivors include Husband, EDWARD L. of Huntertown
CHARLES E. of Huntertown
KENT A. of Auburn
HARRY S. of Churubusco
TAMARA A. SHUMAKER of Fort Wayne
FRANK C. MARTIN OBITUARY
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Sun. March 23, 1919
PIONEER FARMER DIES AFTER FOUR DAYS ILLNESS
FRANK C. MARTIN, 64 years old, a prominent farmer of Perry township, passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital at 3 o’clock yesterday morning, after an illness of onl7y 4 days duration. Friday afternoon the decedent had underwent an operation for obstruction of the bowels.
Mr. Martin was born and reared in Perry township and had resided in Allen County his entire life.
Surviving besides the widow are the following children:
CLARENCE A. MARTIN with the American Army in France MRS. VICTOR SORDELET
MRS. EDWARD SCHRADER
MRS. GEORGE HARDISTY
MRS. ALDOR CARL
MISS FLORENCE MARTIN
MISS ALICE MARTIN
MISS EDITH MARTIN
MISS VIOLA MARTIN
MISS MARGARET MARTIN, all residing in Allen Co., Indiana
MRS. FRANK LAURENT
MRS. THOMAS KEHOE, both of Fort Wayne
JULIAN J. MARTIN of Perry Township
AUGUST MARTIN, all of this city.
Mr. Martin was a pioneer member of St. Vincent’s Catholic Church
LOUISE A. MARTIN OBITUARY
From the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Saturday May 24, 1924
MRS. LOUISE A. (URBINE) MARTIN 69, of Perry Township, died yesterday morning at 10:20 o’clock at St. Joseph’s Hospital, following an illness of complications. She was the widow of FRANK C. MARTIN and was a lifelong resident of Allen County. Mrs. Martin was a member of St. Vincent’s Catholic Church and the Rosary Society.
Surviving are 9 daughters;
MRS. VICTOR SORDELET
MRS. EDWARD SCHRADER of Perry Township
MISS ALICE MARTIN
MRS. GEORGE HARDISTY
MRS. ALDORE CARL
MRS. LAWRENCE MOMMER all of this city
MRS. RUSSELL GUMP of Perry Township
MISS FLORENCE MARTIN
MISS MARGARET MARTIN, at home
CLARENCE MARTIN, of this city
MRS. MARY MORREL of California
MRS. CLARA BOBAY of this city
JOSEPH URBINE of this city
Funeral held Tuesday at 8:30 in Perry Twp., 8 miles north of Fort Wayne, and at 9:00 at St. Vincent’s Catholic Church. Burial in the church cemetery
ADLOR (BUD) CARL 1958
Adlor P. Carl, 67, 353 W. Woodland St., well-known retired city fireman, died at 4:05 p.m. yesterday in St. Joseph’s Hospital where he had been a patient the past two weeks. A native of Illinois, he had been a resident of this city 40 years and had been a fire-fighter for 35 years until his retirement 2 years ago. He was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and belonged to the Holy Name Society of that church.
Surviving are the wife, EUNICE
MARTIN L. of Wayne, Michigan
MRS. VIRGIL ENOCHS
MRS. SAMUEL ESTES
MRS. WILLIAM MARVIN, all of Fort Wayne
MRS. GEORGE HUBERT
MRS. LAURA MAYNARD, both of Toledo, Ohio
An active participant in civic affairs, he was a member of the Mutual Benefit Association, Local 124 A. F. of L., Indiana Fireman’s Assn., and of the Indiana State Firefighters.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the D. O. McComb and Sons Funeral Home and at 10 at St. Patrick’s Church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. D. L. Monaham officiating. Burial will be in St. Patrick’s Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.
EDITH MARY MOMMER
MRS. EDITH MARY MOMMER, 65, of 1731 Bayer Ave., died at 2:35 p.m. Monday at her home. A lifelong resident of Fort Wayne, she was a member of the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, the Third Order of Stl. Francis, charter member of the St. Clare Mission Band, Daughters of Isabella and an honorary member of the Legion of Mary.
Surviving are a son:
SUMNER MOMMER, of Fort Wayne
SR. JOSEPH EILEEN OF THE SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE
MRS. WARNER J. HART of Fort Wayne
MRS. ED SCHRADER of Fort Wayne
MISS ALICE MARTIN of Fort Wayne
MRS. GRACE HARDESTY, of Philadelphia
MRS. EUNICE CARL,
MRS. RUSSELL GUMP
MRS. THEODORE WEAVER, all of Fort Wayne, all of Fort Wayne
CLARENCE, of Fremont
The body was taken to the D. O. McComb & Sons Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Services will be at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the funeral home and at 9 a.m. in the Cathedral, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas L. Durkin. Burial will be in St. Vincent’s Cemetery. The Rosary Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home and the Third Order of St. Francis at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today.
SUMNER (PAUL) MOMMER
SUMNER “PAUL” MOMMER, 64, died Thursday at home. A lifelong resident of Fort Wayne, Mr. Mommer retired in 1980 after 34 years in the forge shop of International Harvester. He was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and St. Joe Club and was a World War II Army veteran. Surviving age:
LARRY, GERALD, TERRY and MARK, all of Fort Wayne
IRIS of Fort Wayne
RITA HART, both of Fort Wayne
Services are 8:45 a.m. Monday in Mungovan & Sons Memorial Chapel, and 9 a.m. in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Calling is from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, with a rosary recited at 7 p.m. Burial will be in Highland Park Cemetery.
(date written at the bottom was Dec. 20, 1984. Other notice states born Oct. 8, 1920; died December 20, 1984)
MRS. BEATRICE BOBAY, Resident of near Huntertown, died Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. at the home of her parents, MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM MARTIN, Huntertown, Rural Route No. 2, after a short illness of complications. She was a lifelong resident of near Huntertown and was a member of St. Vincent’s Catholic Church and the Rosary Society of that church.
Surviving besides the parents, are the husband, HARLEY BOBAY
THE MISSES ALICE, VIRGINIA, and GARNET MARTIN
MRS. MARY ROMARY
MRS. FOREST HOSLER
MRS. RAYMOND BERGHOFF
The body was removed to Mungovan & Sons Mortuary. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at the home of the parents on the Auburn Road, and at 9:30 a.m. at St. Vincent’s Catholic Church at Academie with the Rev. John E. Dillon officiating. Burial in the church cemetery.
MRS. LOUISE LAURENT DIES
PIONEER FAMILY MEMBER SUCCUMBS SUDDENLY TO INDIGESTION
MRS. LOUISE MARTIN lAURENT, aged 60, 1404 Spy Run Ave., died suddenly of acute indigestion at 6:40 a.m. today at her residence after an illness of two hours. Mrs. Laurent, who was well-known in this city, was in the best of health until stricken early today with the indigestion. She attended a party Wednesday night. She was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception; was president of the Rosary Society of the Cathedral; was a member of the Fort Wayne Woman’s Club, Daughters of Isabella and St. Margaret’s Missionary Society.
Mrs. Laurent was the daughter of MR. AND MRS. AUGUST MARTIN, pioneer French residents at Academie, Allen County. She was born at Academie March 20, 1871. She was married to FRANK J. LAURENT, July 10, 1894. In 1905 Mr. and Mrs. Laurent moved to Montpelier but returned to Fort Wayne in 1910 and lived here since.
Surviving are the husband
MRS. JOSEPHINE KEHOE
JULIAN, HENRY, NESTER, AUGUST, and ALEX MARTIN all of Fort Wayne
The body was removed to Schone’s Sons Funeral Parlors.
AUGUST E. MARTIN
AUGUST E. MARTIN, AGED 66, DIES OF HEART ATTACK AT DOWN TOWN OFFICE; WAS HEAD OF LAND COMPANY (Jan. 16, 1934)
AUGUST E. MARTIN, aged 66, real estate dealer with offices in the Guaranty Building, died of a heart attack at 1:45 p.m. today at his offices. He resided at 835 West Wayne Street.
Mr. Martin had been suffering from heart trouble for some time, according to his physician. He was head of the Martin Land Company and formerly was associated with Fitch & Sons, real estate firm. Mr. Martin was a native of Perry Township, Allen Co., Indiana.
Surviving are his
EUGENE MARTIN, State Representative and Allen Co. investigator for old age pensions.
SCOTT MARTIN, also of this city
MAURICE MARTIN of Oceana, California
MRS. JOHN GILLIE of Fort Wayne
MRS. K. D. KING of Dallas Texas
MRS. JOSEPH KEHOE, of this city
ALEXANDER MARTIN, both of this city.
ALEXANDER MARTIN IS TAKEN BY DEATH
AGED REALTOR SUCCUMBS TO HEART ATTACK AT HOME AFTER A MONTH’S ILLNESS (Jan. 30, 1934)
ALEXANDER A. MARTIN, aged 77, who had been in the real estate business in Fort Wayne for the last 25 years, died of a heart attack Tuesday at 8 p.m. at his home, 612 East Wayne Street. He had been ill about a month.
Mr. Martin was the head of A. A. Martin & Company, real estate firm with offices in the Guaranty Building. He was a brother of AUGUST E. MARTIN head of the Martin Land Company who died at his office in the Guaranty Building January 16 of a heart attack.
A. A. Martin was born in Perry Township but had spent practically his entire life in this city. He was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
Surviving are the widow, JANE
Robert A. Martin
MRS. IRENE KEEFER
MISS MABLE MARTIN
MRS. JOSEPHINE KEHOE
Four grandchildren, all of this city.
The body was removed to Mungovan & Sons Mortuary. The family has asked that flowers be omitted.
NESTER LOUIS MARTIN (Dec. 17, 1934)
EX-FIREMAN’S RITES HELD
Funeral Services were held today for NESTER LOUIS MARTIN, aged 68, who died Monday at his home, 520 Wagner Street. Services were held at the home with Dr. Charles H. Smith officiating. Burial was in Lindenwood Cemetery. Mr. Martin was a city fireman for 27 years until his retirement from the department in 1918.
MRS. GEORGIA E. MARTIN (April 18, 1941)
Funeral services for MRS. GEORGIA E. MARTIN, 68, 520 Wagner Street, who died at 2:45 o’clock Friday morning at her home following a two-year illness will be held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at the residence, Dr. Charles H. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Lindenwood cemetery. The body will be taken home at noon today from D. O. McComb & Sons Funeral Home.
Mrs. Martin was a member of the First Methodist church, Ben Hur court No. 15, and the City Fireman’s auxiliary. Her husband, NESTER MARTIN, died 6 years ago.
MRS. LOIS HULL
MRS. ADA HALE
MRS. MILDRED SHIREY of this city
Amrs. Florence hall OF Memphis, Tenn.
RAY COPE of this city
HAROLD COPE of Chicago
Several nieces and nephews
HENRY J. MARTIN (Dec. 22, 1932)
HENRY J. MARTIN, aged 69, 1740 St. Joe Blvd., died at 1:15 a.m. today at his residence after an illness of a year of complications. He had been bedfast for the past two weeks. Mr. Martin was born in Perry Township, Allen County, and was a farmer until he retired in 1919, and moved to Fort Wayne.
He was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Lafayette Legion here.
Surviving are the wife, MATILDA
MRS. GEORGIA H. BLUME, of this city
HUBERT and GERALD MARTIN, of this city
MRS. JOSPEHINE KEHOE, of this city
JULIAN, ALEXANDER, AUGUST AND NESTER MARTIN all of Fort Wayne
Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 8 o’clock at the residence, and at 8:30 o’clock at the Cathedral with the Rev. Thomas M. Conroy officiating. Burial in the Catholic Cemetery. The family has requested that friends please omit flowers. The body was returned to the home this afternoon from Mungovan & Sons Mortuary.
The deceased was an uncle of A. Eugene Martin of Fort Wayne, Joint State Representative of Allen and Whitley counties.
MRS. MATILDA MARTIN FUNERAL RITES TUESDAY (1941)
Funeral services for MRS. MATILDA J. MARTIN, 72, will be held Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. at D. O. McComb & Sons Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception with the Rt. Rev. Msgr, Thomas M. Conroy officiating. Burial in the Catholic Cemetery. The Cathedral Rosary Society met at the funeral home at 3 p.m. today.
Mrs. Martin died Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at the home of her daughter MRS. GEORGIA H. BLUME, former Allen County Recorder, at 2218 St. Joe Blvd., after an extended illness. She was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Rosary Society. The deceased was a daughter of the late LOUIS AND MARY PEPE, pioneer French settlers here. Her husband HENRY J. MARTIN died seven years ago.
Surviving are the daughter
HUBERT A. MARTIN
GERALD L. MARTIN, both of this city
ALEXANDER PEPE of Washington Township
DELPHIS MARTIN DIES IN PERRY TOWNSHIP
DELPHIS MARTIN, aged 87, a resident of this city, died at 2 o’clock this morning at the home of his son, GEORGE MARTIN in Perry Township. Mr. Martin was a retired farmer and owned farms in Cedar Creek and Perry townships. He was born in France in 1832 and came with his parents to this country in 1841 (or 1844)
His wife died 10 years ago. Surviving are
JOSEPH C. of Cedar Creek township
GEORGE, both of Perry township
2 great grandchildren
Friends are asked to omit flowers. Funeral services will be held at 8:30 o’clock Friday morning at the home of his son, George C. and at 9 o’clock at St. Vincent’s Catholic church. Burial is in the St. Vincent Cemetery.
MRS. CATHERINE (KRUGLER) MARTIN
MRS. CATHERINE MARTIN, wife of DELPHIN MARTIN, of 1315 Spy Run Avenue, died very suddenly yesterday morning at the family home. Death was due to heart trouble and while she had been ailing for some time, her condition was not regarded as serious until two months ago. A few minutes before her death, she was walking about the house.
Mrs. Martin was born in Germany and came to this country when 12 years of age, locating in Allen county on a farm in Perry township 2 years later. She was married to Mr. Martin April 26, 1864, and they lived on the farm until 1897 when they moved to this city. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last April. The deceased was a member of the Cathedral and of the Rosary society of that congregation and an active worker in the affairs of the church.
Surviving besides the husband are
J.C., WILLIAM and GEORGE, all of this city.
Sixteen grandchildren also survive
Funeral services for Mrs. Martin will be held Tuesday morning at 8:30 o’clock at the residence on Spy Run and at 9 o’clock at the Cathedral after which the body will be taken to the St. Vincent’s Catholic church where the funeral will be preached and where friends may view the remains.
JOSEPH C. MARTIN (May 1939)
JOSEPH C. MARTIN, 74, died of a heart attack at 7 a.m. today at his home on the Hursh Road in Cedar Creek Township after several weeks illness. He taught school in Perry Township for several years before becoming a farmer in Cedar Creek Township many years ago.
Mr. Martin was a lifelong resident of Allen County, and was a member of St. Vincent’s Catholic Church at Academie. His parents, the late MR. AND MRS. DELPHOS MARTIN were pioneer residents of this county. After attending Perry Township schools, Mr. Martin attended the former Fort Wayne (Methodist) College.
Surviving are the widow, LAURA
BENJAMIN F. MARTIN of Harlan
MRS. ARLO G. EBERSOLE and
MRS. WALTER McCOMB, both of this city
WILLIAM MARTIN both of Perry Township
The body was taken to D. O. McComb & Sons Funeral Home and will be returned to the residence Sunday at 6 p.m.
GEORGE C. MARTIN (March 5, 1942)
GEORGE C. MARTIN, 68, former trustee of Perry Township, died Thursday evening at 10:30 o’clock at his home on R.R. 2, Auburn Road, Fort Wayne, after an illness of about 2 weeks of heart disease. Mr. Martin was a member of St. Vincent’s Catholic church and of the Holy Name society.
Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9:30 o’clock at the residence and at 10 o’clock at St. Vincent’s Catholic church, Rev. Edward Miller officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The body has been removed to the residence from D. O. McComb & Sons funeral home. The Holy Name society will meet tonight at 8 o’clock for recitation of the rosary.
Surviving are the widow, ELIZABETH
AULDINE MARTIN of Fort Wayne
MRS. OSCAR BOBAY, RR 2, Fort Wayne
RALPH MARTIN both of R.R. 2
HARRY MARTIN, of R. !, Huntertown
GERRY MARTIN of Huntertown
GEORGE MARTIN, JR. of Monroeville
WILLIAM MARTIN of R.R. 2
MRS. GEORGE C. MARTIN (June 1942)
MRS. GEORGE C. MARTIN, 63, Rural Route No. 2, Fort Wayne, died at 7:15 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph’s Hospital following an extended illness. Her husband died March 5 of this year.
MISS AULDINE MARTINE, Fort Wayne
MRS. OSCAR BOBAY of Rural Route 2
RALPH MARTIN of Rural Route 2
HARRY MARTIN of Rural Route 1, Huntertown
GERRY MARTIN of Huntertown
GEORGE MARTIN, JR. of Monroeville
MRS. GARY BATES, Rural Route 1, Grabill
HENRY HOSLER of Orland, Pennsylvania.
The body will be returned to the residence at 7 p.m. today from D. O McComb Funeral Home.
She was a member of St. Vincent’s Catholic Church and services will be held Thursday at 9:e0 a.m. at the residence and at 10 a.m. at St. Vincent’s Catholic Church at Academie with the Rev. Edward A. Miller officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The Rosary Society will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the residence for recitation of the rosary.
DEATH CALLS PIONEER NEBRASKA LADY ON THE COAST ………. Dated June 2, 1924
MRS. LUCY J. MARTIN passes away at San Jose, after an illness of some duration.
Another of the old time residents of Cass county who represents the fast disappearing ranks of the pioneers of the great west, was called to her last reward when MRS. LUCY J. MARTIN passed away Thursday night at 11:30 at her home in San Jose, California, at the age of 84 years.
For some years past, Mrs. Martin has been living on the west coast where the milder climate was more suitable for her health and there she has, up to a short time ago, been enjoying excellent health, but of late she has felt very much the burdens of her years and been gradually failing until she gently fell asleep in the rest that knows no awakening.
The deceased lady was a native of Montier, Canton Berne, Switzerland, where she was born January 12, 1839. Her maiden name was LUCY J. PANGUARD and when a young child, her parents with their little family, prepared to leave their native land for the new world and sailing from LAHarve, France, they found in the course of a few weeks that they were in the new land of America. The little family located in the state of Indiana, where in 1851, the father died and left the care of the family on the mother.
Here it was that LUCY PANGUARD was reared to womanhood and on May 3, 1857, at Fort Wayne, Indiana, she was united in marriage to C. J. MARTIN, a young man who had also a few years previous come to America from his native land of France to dwell in the land of the free.
In the fall of 1857, Mr. and Mrs. Martin came west to Nebraska and located in the vicinity of Plattsmouth, where Mr. Martin engaged in farming and continued in active work on the farm until 1885 when the family removed to Plattsmouth to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin continued to make their home here until 1906, when they moved to California, where the husband and father was called to his reward.
Mrs. Martin is survived by three children:
CHARLES L. MARTIN of this city
MRS. MAY N. CREAMER
MRS. LILLIE FOSTER of San Jose, California.
At the time of her death, MRS. A. H. DUXBURY, a granddaughter, was visiting at San Jose and was able to spend the last days with the aged grandmother. Mrs. Martin was the last of the original charter members of the First Presbyterian Church of this city.
(C. J. MARTIN was CONSTANTIN THEODULE MARTIN, born Dec. 12, 1832, son of JOSEPH HENRI MARTIN and JEANNE FRANCOIS MAUNIER)
MARTIN FUNERAL ON WEDNESDAY AT PLATTSMOUTH
Funeral for WALTER NELSON MARTIN, 53, of Plattsmouth was Wednesday afternoon at the Sattler Funeral Chapel in Plattsmouth. The Rt. Rev. Joseph Tupy officiated. Burial was at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Plattsmouth (burial was June 18)
Mr. Martin died at an Omaha hospital, January 15 (1956). Music for the service was by Miss Coretta Pfann.
Bearers were FRANK SEDLAK, EDWARD EGENBERGER, TOM GRADOVILLE SR., LEO BINTNER and TOM GRADOVILLE, JR.
Mr. Martin was born on November 5, 1902, at Plattsmouth, the son of CHARLES L. and LOUETTA NELSON MARTIN. He was married Sept. 23, 1922, at the Holy Rosary Church in Plattsmouth to MADELINE SEDLAK. She survives him.
Besides his widow he is survived by
CHARLES MARTIN of Murry
ROBERT MARTIN of Bel Gardens, Calif.
His mother survives, along with two sisters:
MRS. ED KELLY of Plattsmouth
MRS. HARLEY WILES, of Long Beach, Calif.
MADELINE FRANCES MARTIN
Funeral services for MADELINE FRANCES MARTIN were held at Holy Rosary Church Friday at 9 a.m. with the Rev. Fr. Walter Banach officiating. Burial was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery here. Pallbearers were EDWARD EGENBERGER, HENRY KAFFENBERGER, RICHARD BINTNER, IRVIN SCHROEDER, HENRY HOBSCHEIDT and LOUIS SWOBODA.
Visiting hours at Sattler-Fusselman-Perry Funeral Home were Thursday afternoon and evening with Rosary in the evening.
Mrs. Martin was born in Czechoslovakia, April 13, 1900, a daughter of JOSEPH and MARY SEDLAK. She came to Plattsmouth in 1902 and was married to WALTER MARTIN, Sept. 24, 1923, in Plattsmouth. They lived and farmed south of Plattsmouth on the home place until moving to Plattsmouth in 1947.
Her husband preceded her in death January 15, 1956. She is survived by
CHARLES MARTIN of Murray
ROBERT MARTIN of LaPuente, Calif.
FRANK SEDLAK, of Sedalia, MO
She was preceded in death by three sisters and a brother.
Mrs. Martin was a member of Holy Rosary Church and the Altar Society. She was employed for 26 years at Offut Air Force Base as cafeteria manager. She died August 3, at her home here.
MRS. CREAMER RITES ARE HELD SATURDAY
Services were held Saturday afternoon at the Caldwell Funeral home for MRS. MAE MARTIN CREAMER, 72, former Plattsmouth resident, who died Wednesday in an Omaha hospital. (Aug. 14, 1946)
Rev. Virgil G. Anderson of St. Paul’s Methodist church in Lincoln officiated at the services. Burial was in Horning cemetery. Frank Cloid sang “Wonderful Peace” and “In the Seet Bye and Bye” accompanied by E. H. Wescott.
Pallbearers were DAVE RUTHERFORD, HARLEY CECIL, EDWARD EGENBERGER, STEPHEN DEVOE, WILLIAM METZGER AND CHARLES MARTIN.
MRS. AUBREY DUXBURY of Lincoln with whom Mrs. Creamer had been living for the past 15 months, and
MRS. M. F. DUXBURY of San Carlos, California
JOSPEH G. CREAMER of Harrisburg, PA
EDGAR L. CREAMER of Omaha
ROBERT N. CREAMER of Bellingham, WA
WILL CREAMER of San Jose
LEROY CREAMER of Collingsworth, N. J.
MRS. LILLIE MARTIN FOSTER of San Jose,
MRS. E. BELL METZGER of Omaha