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 - MRS. MARY E. KNOBEN. burgh Prebytcrin church....
MRS. MARY E. KNOBEN. burgh Prebytcrin church. Inter-Mrs. Mary E. Knoben, 83. a resi- ,ment will be in Lakewood cemetery. dent of Minneapolis since 1872, died early Thursday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. L. T. Martin of 1026 MARTIN C. O'BRIEN. Funeral services for Martin C. Twenty-fourth avenue northeast j O'Brien. 59. of 4648 Chowen ave- She was born in Holland and lived (nue South, who died Wednesday. in Carver, Minn before moving, will be Monday at 9 a. m, at St. Thomas' church, with burial in Calvary cemetery. Mr. O Brien, who was born in Syracuse. N. Y, to this city. She was a member of St. Anne's Society and the Christian Mothers club of St. Boniface parish. Besides her daughter she is survived by a son, William M. Knoben, 11 grand children, three great grandchildren, two brothers, John and Matt Jasper; and four sisters, Mr. William Kelvie, Mrs. Mary Fyten, Mrs. Al Perry, and Mrs. KatherineEdie of Robbinsdale. Funeral services will be conducted at 8 30 a. m. Saturday at the had been a Minneapolis resident 23 years, and an employe of the Fruit Dispatch Co. 32 years. Sur- viving are his wife, Catherine, a son. James, and a daughter, Mrs. Sally Suerth, all of Minneapolis, IIARRT n. MOSS. Funeral services for Harry H. second avenue 'of Hennepin lodge No. 4. A. F. & iA. M. at the Barney Anderson & i quicm mass at 9 a. m. at Our Lady Lourdes church. Burial will be In St. Vincent De Paul cemetery. Osseo, Minn. She was born near Osseo, Minn, and lived in Minne- apolis 25 years. She i survived by five sons, Samuel, Joseph E., Ar- sine, and Albert Beltrand of Mm- neapolis and Napoleon Beltrand of Mr! S7. of 3919 Second avenue Bertch mortuary, 323 Thirteenth ,nlltn wlr. rnndUcted bv members avenue nunneasi, nu mi m a. hi. at St. Boniface church. Burial will he in St. Anthony cemetery. Ic . ..i n..r.oi u . in ... - auil UiJCIVi 11V11.. iJ . ui v ma ... Sunset Park cemetery. He was MRS. CAROLINE MORNEAU. in Sullivan county, Indiana Funeral services for Mrs. Caro- and nad nis home In Min-; line Morneau, 78, who died Thurs- j npanniii manv vears. He was day at the home of her son, Sam- member of Milbank, S. D.. lodge uel Beltrand, 313 Fourth street Ur0 20, A. F. & A. M. and Chippe- northeast, will be Monday at 8:30 wa 0dge No. 764 of the Brother-' at that address, followed by re- AnoKa; four daughters. Mrs. Louis i u . a a m h m . . ........ a of Anoka, and Mrs. Josephine Deschene and Mrs. . E. P. Harnman of Minneapolis; three stepchildren, Arthur and Ernest Morneau and Mrs. Edward Gag-get non of Minneapolis; three sisters, support-1 Mrs. Eugenie Cardinal of Amery. Wis., Mrs. Sam Paquette of Minne- ap0Ils and Mrs. Mary Burke of Du-l, luth; two brothers, Albert and Louis over-Deparlais of Minneapolis; 34 grand-V,UUUU( chlldren 14 great-grandchU- uc"idren. MRS DA,ST u SLOSSOX. i-unerai erv ces for Mrs. Da! 7--; u Slosson, 2873 Irving avenue south, ; resident of MinneapoU. 13 yea wU, fce held , 3.3,, m Saturd . t nt,;.. nn,n,.r. r. tecnth street and Harmon place. In- terment will be at Lakewood ceme- ... lrl' Surviving are a son, Paul; a daughter, Vera, and a sister, Mrs. M. O. Chittenden of Kansas City. . s,0on waf , memb of Jovce ; tfltv,nH..t rni.nai cnurch. CYRUS E. MANET. Cyrus E. Maney, 78, vice president of Maney Brothers Mill and Elevator Co, and a resident of Minneaoolia since 1883. died Thurs- afl everal, months' 'llnesi Ha uraai Knm on farm n9f flnrtnA. mowoc, Wis. Coming to this city when a young man, he joined with his brother, Thomas A. Maney, in founding the elevator company. He retired in 1931, traveling extensive-program tab-1 ly since then. He was active in j churcn work, being the oldest mem-and ber of the Vanderburgh Presby- terian church, where he served as elder and Sunday school teacher many years. He was unmarried, re siding much of the time with his brother at 3448 Thirty-sixth avenue south. Funeral services will be at ' 2 p. ' m. Monday in the Vander-

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  1. Star Tribune,
  2. 22 Feb 1936, Sat,
  3. Page 9

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