CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
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By Angela Cook As an aide, she said, shc had was Sent over from the high calls for her to Band-Aid, east of Cass City on Pringle Ella Bauer 25 years. A lifelong area resi- Gay, Elaine Ritter, Eve and
Staff writer .a number of jobs which in- school . bandage and take tempera- Road. C dent, he attended the Decker Bob Griggs, Lorraine and
“ ~ that time YOU helped
t tures of hurt and sick stu- She said the home reauires Ella M a e Bauer, 73, of United Church. Virgil Jaskowski, all of Bad
After 29 years of working cluded watching the kids at He is survived by his wife, Axe, Linda and Robert Par-
within fie Cass City school recess, helping children to everywhere and did all kinds dents. some repair and renovations Saginaw, died Friday, May
“You ju’st do the best you and that is exactly what they 30, 1997. Vera Hirsch of Decker; a son, ish of Cass City, Marge and
system, ~ ~ j l Morgan had read, and doing tasks in the
y n of things,” she added.
Lee and Linda Hirsch of Phil Maurer, Sharon and
decided to retire. o fii ce. In 1990, Evcrgreen El- can,” she remarked. plan to do with their retire- Born Aug. 31, 1923, in
She said after her 29 years Ashville, N.C., she was the Decker; 2 daughters, Delia
Morgan, currently a secre- “1 did whatever they wanted ementary was closed and she men t.
and Walter Ray1 of Snover
Michael Loudin, all of Bad
tary at Deford Elementary me to she said. was moved to Deford El- she is going to miss the stu- daughter of Thaddeus and Axe, Karen and Jerry
Then i n 1979 she became ementary School. dents the most. She added that it will be a Emma (Dills)Mull. She mar- and Lula Lindsay of Decker; Oswald of Warren, Debbie
School, said she first started 6 grandchildren; 12 great-
r career in the school sys- the secretary at Evergreen She said shc does a variety “You grow to like them,” change for her to move back ried Harold Bauer April 23, and Don Hewitt of BadAxe;
Elementary School. Besides o f jobs as secretary, includ- she said. to the country after living 1945. He died in 1971. grandchildren, and 3 great- 6 stepsons and their spouses,
in 1966 at E~~~~~~~~~ great-grandchildren. He was
Elementary s c h o o l as a being the Secretary, she also ing taking care of the stu- Now with retirement on the across from Elkland Cem- She worked for General Joseph and Billiette Klee of
served the hot lunch, which dents’ lunch money and act- horizon and her husbandTed etery for so long. Cable Company for 25 years preceded i n death by his par- Flint, Francis and Roxanne
teacher’s aide. ents, a brother, Charles, and
ing as thc nurst: when tho planning to retire as well, “It’s going to be nice and and was a member of the Klee of Troy, Bernard and
nccd arises. they are planning to move quiet out there. I don’t know United Steel Workers Union sisters, Hattie McQueen and Gigi Klee of C l a w s o n ,
She said sometinnes her job hack to her childhood home if I can stand it,” she said. of Cass City. She was a vol- Dolly Watson. Charles and Dawn Klee of
unteer at Hills and Dales Funeral services will be Gaylord, Edward and Sandra
General Hospital. held Thursday, June 5 , at Klee of Chicago, Ill., and
Surviving are her children, 11:00 a.m. in the Marsh Fu-
Deadline for submitting items in the calendar is the Fri-
-y noon before publication.
I Paul C . (Linda) Bauer of
Romano, Calif,, Jacqueline
(Bruce) Molden of Sioux
neral Chapel, Marlette, with
the Rev. Edward Grant offi-
Robert and Nancy Klee of
Other survivors include 26
grandchildren; 42 great-
City, Iowa, Connie V. Davis Burial will b e i n grandchildren; 5 great-great-
Thursday, June 5 and special friend Jim Grant,
Harold E Jr. (Pat) Bauer of
Cemetery, grandchildren; 59 step-
Friends of the Library meeting at Rawson Memorial Li- grandchildren; 55 step-great-
Sebewaing,’Richard T. Bauer Memorials may be given to grandchildren; o n e step-
brary, 9:30 a.m. the Marlette Community
of Cass City, Diana (Paul) great-great-grandson; one
Friday, June 6 Weber of Memphis, Tenn.,
Robin A. (Kent) Bach of Bay
Hospital or the donation of
choice. sister, Emma Pacholke of
Saginaw; a sister-in-law,
Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, Good Shepherd Port, Dennis J. (Hoon Suak)
Lutheran Church, 8 p.m. Noreen Pat ten of B ay City; a
Bauer of Fort Dix, N.J., and Anna Klee brother-in-l aw, Elmer Kuch
Monday, June 9 Nona ( P a t ) Foley of
Saginaw; a brother, Paul
of Bay City, and many nieces
dign-up for summer reading program at Rawson Memo- Anna M. (Erlenbeck) Klee, and nephews.
(Ruby) Mull; niece, Patricia 87, of Saginaw, died Thurs- A great-granddaughter and
rial Library begins. (Tony) House; her mother- day, May 29, 1997, at her several brothers and sisters
Band parents’ meeting, high school band room, 7 p.m. in-law, Meta Gall; several home.
Owen-Gage School Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. predeceased her.
brothers and sisters-in-law; Anna M. Jammer was born
Elkland Township Board meeting, 7 p.m. 14 grandchildren, and 2 April 13, 1910, in Bay Funeral services were held
Tuesday, June 10 great-grandchildren, County. She married Edward M o n d a y at S t . Luke’s
Funeral and committal ser- A. Erlenbeck Dec. 22, 1934. Lutheran Church with The
Thumb Area Writers Club (TAWC) will announce the win- vice were held Monday, June He died Aug. 29,1973. She Rev. Ronald A, Semro offi-
ners of their winter contest at their*regular meeting. The 2, at the Reitz Herzberg Fu- married Joseph C. Klee May ciating.
TAWC meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 neral Home, Saginaw. Fr. 6, 1978. He died Oct. 27, Burial was in Roselawn
n. in room #259 at the Sandusky High School, 1919 Pine Donald Christensen offici- 1995. Memorial Gardens.
I’rer: Lane, Sandusky. Public invited. ated. She was a member of St.
Wednesday, June 11 Private interment took place Luke’s Lutheran Church,
at ColumbiaTownship Cem- S aginaw.
Memorials may be given to
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
Duplicate Bridge 7 p.m. at Charmont. Last week‘s win-
ners: John Haire and Jim Herndon.
etery in Unionville. Surviving are 3 daughters or the V.N.A, Hospice: Part-
Memorial offerings may be and 4 sons and their spouses, ners in Caring.
made to St. Luke’s Hospital Shirley Zier off of S ag in aw, Arrangements were made
AFTER 29 YEARS of service to Cass City school district, Foundation. Nancy and Ray McCollum by the W.L. Case & Com-
Marilyn Morgan is leaving her desk to try her hand at retire- of Birch Run, Lois Balky of pany Funeral Chapel,
Jack Hirsch Saginaw, Lyle and Kathy S agi n aw.
ment. Erlenbeck of Fall River
Jack Hirsch, 90, of Decker, Mills, Calif., Vern and Vern McConnell
died Monday, June 2, 1997, Rosalind Erlenbeck of Bay
at Marlette Community Hos- City, Richard and Sharon Vern McConnell of Cass
pital in Marlette. Erlenbeck of Freeland and City, 101, died Tuesday
Born Nov. 3, 1906, in Gerald and Marilyn morning at St. Luke’s Hos-
Decker, he was the son of Erlenbeck of Saginaw, and a pital in Saginaw.
Wesley Hirsch and Maggie daughter-in-law, Ann Funeral arrangements, be-
(McCauley) Hirsch. He mar- Erlenbeck of Saginaw. ing handled b y Little &
ried Vera Fifield March 24, Also surviving are 10 step- Kranz Funeral Home, were
1926, in Argyle. daughters and their hus- incomplete at press time.
He farmed and worked for bands, Ethelene Ritter of Full obituary will appear in
Marlette General Coach for Kinde, Bernice and Kenneth next week’s Chronicle.
Cass City girl injured
A Cass City girl was hurt in on Ale Street at about 7:30 A passenger in Wass’ ve-
a 2-vehicle traffic accident p . m . M a y 27 when s h e hicle, Rebecca L. Wass, 10,
last week. stopped at the Church Street Cass City, suffered minor in-
intersection, then drove into juries. She was transported
According to Cass City PO- the path of an eastbound ve- by MMR ambulance to Hills
lice, Carol A. Guza, 20, Cass hicle driven by Jane M. Wass, and Dales General Hospital
City, was driving southbound 41, Cass City. for treatment.
Guza was cited for failure
Name Great Lakes to yield.
honor roll students
Great Lakes College has The president’s list includes Day Gifts
released the names of stu- students who achieved a per-
dents who earned listing on fect 4.0record. From the area Books
the college’s honor rolls. are: Dennis Catlin, Cass Citv.
ad Timothy Broyles; Gifts
“Paleoart” Connie Taylor and Suzanne
Tiet-lens, all of Deford.
program The dean’s list includes all
set June 18 . students with a 3.5 or better Ties
average. They are: Steven
The car0 Area District Li- . Reed, Gagetown; Susan Music
b r a y Will feature Lawrence Black, Berton Brinkman,
Tribula in aprogram entitled Judy Grimins, Robin Just in,,,,
“Paleoart”, the Art of D i m - Horiski, Jeffrey Loomis and
saurs, June 18 at 7 p.m. Jeffrey Tuckey, all of Cass ‘What Would
Tribula has been interested City; Barbara Abke, Machel]
in dinosaurs for many years, DeLisle and Tammy Jesus Do’
and is now a well accom-
plished sculptor. He holds a
Distelrath, all of Kingston;
J u d y Fenton and Brenda Bracelets
Masters Degree of Science Parrish, both of Decker, and
from Eastern Michigan Uni- J e n n i f e r Baker, J o y c e
versity, and teaches human Cleland and Nicole Melnik,
development and psychol-
ail of Ubly. -
ogy at St. Clair Community
A collection of Tribula’s
work will be on display at the
Big Beautiful Bow or
library for the month of June.
open June 10
The Watrousville Museum
will officially open June 10
with a potluck dinner and
meeting ofThe Wapousville-
Car0 Historical Society at the
Bring a dish to pass and
own table service and en+joy Double Hungs & Picture Windows
an interesting program pre-
sented by Mark Keller, His-
torical Consultant from Car0
ACE GLASS & WINDOW
(517) 872-2822 Cass City & Car0
on the history of
Watr ou svil IC. Weather Tight Seals & Tints
Dinner will begin at 6:30 HOUSEFULLOF WINDOWS DEALS asOmc
p.m. Free HUD & F H A Approved Rat&ions
Window* Mobile Home Swcial Awlv
The public is invited to at-