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Subject: [NYMONROE-L] !! Monroe Co., NY July 2, 1918 (part 2)
Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 23:21:44 EST
Rochester, Monroe, NY
July 2, 1918
KLEISLEY — At the family residence, 640 Smith Street, Sunday, June 30, 1918,
Gertrude K. KLEISLEY, wife of Henry M. KLEISLEY, aged 42 years. Besides her
husband, she is survived by three sons, Henry, Edmund and Harvey KLEISLEY;
three brothers, William, Jacob and Frederick SCHWING, and one sister, Mrs.
HEBERLE - Entered into rest, Sunday, June 30, 1918, at her home, 12 Immel
Street, Mrs. Rosina HEBERLE, aged 82 years. She is survived by four
daughters, Mrs. J. HALLIDAY, Mrs. William WEBBER, Mrs. Charles LEE, and Mrs.
Andrew SCHUMAN; one son, Chas. HEBERLE; 22 grandchildren, 14
great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house.
WAHL - Frank WAHL died Sunday evening, at the residence of his daughter. Mrs.
Eva SCHWEIKERT, 890 Main St. W., aged 83 years. He is survived by 5 sons,
Jacob N., Frank B., Martin, Edward F., of Cleveland and Reuben; 5 daughters,
Louisa G., and Laura WAHL, Mrs. William ROTH, Mrs. SCHWEIKERT and Mrs. Joseph
KUCHMAN; 35 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was a charter member
of Branch 34, C. M. B. A.
-Funeral Wednesday, 8:45, from the house and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and
CHANDLEY - At the home of her sister, Mrs. George HICKEY, 220 Lyndhurst St.,
Monday morning, July 1st, 1918, Miss Catherine CHANDLEY. She is survived by
one sister, Mrs. George HICKEY, and three brothers, John, Frank and Edward
-Funeral Wednesday morning, July 3d, at 8:30 o'clock from the home and 9
o'clock from Corpus Christi Church. Interment in family lot in Holy Sepulchre
ECKERT - On Saturday afternoon, at the family home, 187 Scio St., Miss Laura
Elizabeth, daughter of Carl and Mrs. Mary ECKERT, age 16 years and 9 months.
She leaves her parents, 2 brothers, Clarence B., of France and Donald, of
-Funeral on Wednesday morning at 9:15 at the house and 9:45 at Corpus Christi
Church. Detroit and Syracuse papers please copy.
MAY - At her home, on Maplehurst road, Irondequoit, Monday evening, July 1st,
1918, Julia A., wife of Charles B. MAY, aged 62 years. Besides her husband,
she is survived by three sons, Edward C., Walter R. and E. Benjamin MAY; two
daughters, Mrs. Ora G. WARREN and Mrs. Ethel I. WILLIAMS; two brothers,
Edward WALLING and William WALLING, of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie
KAUFMAN, Buffalo, and Lavina KONTZ, New Haven, Conn.; also five grandchildren.
-Funeral from the residence, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Detroit,
Buffalo and New Haven papers please copy.
KUEHL - At the family residence, 40 Mayberry street, June 30, 1918, Herman A.
KUEHL. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, Mrs. Sophia KUEHL; seven sons
and three daughters, Mrs. Matilda SCHULMEIRCH, Ada and Francis KUEHL, Henry
KUEHL, of Clarkson, N. Y., Herman, Frank and Clarence, in the United States
service, somewhere in France; Fred, John and Luther, of Rochester; 6
grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Bertha WATTERMAN, Mrs. Richard KUISGKE,
Mrs. Joseph MEYER; two brothers, Fred KUEHL, of Clarkson, N. Y., and William
KUEHL, of this city.
-Funeral from the residence Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at
Mt. Hope cemetery.
PLAN CONCERT FOR SOLDIERS
Soldiers in Rochester will be entertained on Saturday night at the First
Methodist Church, in Fitzhugh Street, by two opers singers sent here by the
War Camp Community Service, of New York.
The singers are Yvonne De TREVILLE, soprano, of the Royal Opera, Brussels,
and Vernon D'ARNALLE, of the Royal Opera, Rome. Both singers are reputed to
have beautiful voices. The main floor of the church will be reserved for
officers and soldiers, and the balcony for civilians. Both singers will
appear at First Methodist Church Services Sunday.
CAUSES ARREST OF HER BROTHER
Sister was arrayed against brother and sister-in-law in City Court this
morning when George SIMPSON, 41, of 53 Hubbell Park, appeared before Judge
KOHLMETZ on a charge of annoying his sister, Miss Eleanor SIMPSON, a
saleswoman, of 2 Gibbs Street, while his wife, Mrs. Ethel SIMPSON, was
arraigned on a charge of assault, third degree on her. Both defendants
pleaded not guilty and the case was adjourned to July 16.
Miss SIMPSON alleges that when she came out of her place of business a few
days ago she was met by her sister- in-law, who said a number of
uncomplimentary things and then struck her in the face.
She said that she did not intend at that time to take the matter into court,
but a couple of nights afterwards she declared that her brother called at her
house and addressed some bad language to her. The remarks were such, she
says, that she decided to procure a warrant and to have the court adjust the
Denial is made by Mr. and Mrs. SIMPSON that they used improper language or
that the latter struck her sister-in- law.
MOLINARO PLEADS GUILTY TO ASSAULT
Ortinzio MOLINARO, indicted for assault, first degree, for shooting Louise
CARANGE on May 24, pleaded guilty to assault, second degree, when arraigned
before Judge W. K. GILLETTE, in County Court today. He will be sentenced
The shooting took place on Lorimer Street, after the elderly swain had
escorted the young woman home. It followed an argument on the porch. One of
the bullets fired by MOLINARO took effect in the young woman's arm.
PROBES DEATH OF BOY TREATED BY SCIENTIST
Coroner Thomas A. KILLIP has begun an investigation into the death of John
METTZENDORF, 20 years old, of 92 Locust Street, who died on Sunday. An
autopsy showed that death resulted from blood poisoning. A Christian Science
practitioner had charge of the case until Saturday, when a physician was
called, but the boy died on the following morning. It is thought that
injuries received in a boxing bout may have been the cause of his death.
BROUGHT FISH, REAL BIG ‘UNS, FROM UP NORTH
Clarke B. Rowley and Three Other Rochester Men Make Good Promise
And Shoe Salesmen Get "Feed" of ‘Longe at Powers Hotel
One glance into the hunting room of Powers Hotel yesterday afternoon would
have sufficed to convince anyone that somebody had been fishing. There could
be no doubt of that, for in ice filled trays on three tables were the results
of the catch and the largest of the lot weighed not less than 15 1-2 pounds,
while next to it was a 14 pounder and next to that two 11 pounders. And, in
addition, there were several smaller fish but all of the ‘longe variety,
although Clarke B. ROWLEY, who figured prominently in the "catch" declares
that the fish are maskanonge and not muskellunge.
Well, at any rate there were 32 maskanonge all told, eight to a man, for
there were four in the party and eight apiece is all the Canadian laws permit
to be taken out of the country. The fish ranged from four to 15 1-2 pounds
and totaled about 225 pounds. In all, 46 were captured during the three and a
half days fishing, but the followers of Izaak WALTON were not unlike other
men and they became hungry and devoured 12 of the fish and, being satisfied,
gave two that remained above the lawful quota of 32 to their guides.
Who in the party? Well, there was Clark B. ROWLEY, of the Sherwood Shoe
Company; Charles H. BRIGGS and B. A. MELLANDER, of P. W. MINER & Son,
Batavia, and Alex. "Sam" McLEOD, of the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company,
Binghamton. All shoe salesmen. And because they (didn't get the rest)
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