Matthews, Glenn

Glenn Matthews
Feb. 26, 1887-April. 30, 1946


Niles Daily Star, Tuesday, April 30, 1946, page 2, col. 7, microfilm Niles District Library

Glenn Matthews Succumbs Today, Ill Nine Weeks

 

Glenn W. Matthews, 59 1115 Cass street, died at his home this morning at 10, following an illness of nine weeks.

Born in Bascom, Ohio, Feb. 26, 1887, he came to Niles from Blytheville, Ark., four years ago. Since that time he has been employed at the Four Flags hotel.

Surviving are his wife, Bertha; a daughter, Mrs. Louise Boyett, 1115 Cass street; and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Brovett, Largo, Fla. An uncle, William Matthews lives on rural route three.

Funeral arrangements are pending at the Pifer funeral home, where friends may call.

 

 


Niles Daily Star, Wednesday, May 1, 1946, page 2, col. 8, microfilm Niles District Library


Matthews Rites Will Be Conducted Friday

 

Funeral of Glenn Matthews, 59, who died Tuesday at his home, 1115 Cass street, will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. from the Pifer funeral home, with the Rev. Clarence Graham of the First Baptist church officiating.  Burial will be in Silverbrook cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home until time of the services.

 

Mattix, Laura Louise

Laura Louise Mattix
May 4, 1885-March 8, 1946

Niles Daily Star, Friday, March 8, 1946, page 2, col. 8, microfilm Niles District Library

Laura L. Mattix Succumbs Today

 

Mrs. Laura Louise Mattix, 61, of 1606 Oak street, died at 11:05 this morning in Pawating hospital following an illness of five years.

Born in LaPorte, Ind., May 4, 1885, she came to Niles from Michigan City, Ind., in 1919 and has resided here since that time. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and of the Eastern Star in Niles.

Survivors are her husband, Fred Mattix, two sons, Roger and John, both of Niles, and three grandchildren.

Services have been set for Monday at 2 p.m. in the Pifer funeral home with the Re  v. T.M. Greenhoe, . . .[illegible]. ., will be officiating. Friends may call at the Pifer funeral home until the time of services.

 

Millard, Edward G.

Edward G. Millard
1869-Feb. 27, 1930


Niles Daily Star, Monday, March 3, 1930, page 4, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library


MILLARD FUNERAL TUESDAY


The body of Edward G. Millard, 59, was  brought to Niles this afternoon from Glendora, Calif., where he died on Feb. 27, and was taken to the Rutherford Funeral home where the funeral services will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Metzler, pastor of the Church of Brethern of Nappannee[sic], Ind., will officiate. Burial will be made in Silver Brook cemetery. Mr. Miller had made his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank May, R.R. 1, east of Barron lake until last October when he went to California for the benefit of his health.  He is survived by eight children who are Atlee Millard, Clayton Anglemeyer and Mrs. Nora Kronk, Nappanee, Ind., Lester Millard, Indianapolis, Harold and Carol Millard of Elkhart, Ind., Mrs. Nettie Thomas, residing south of Niles near the state line and Mrs. Frank May of Niles. The deceased was a member of the Moose lodge at St. Joseph, Mo. and the Niles lodge. Besides the children 10 grand children and one great grandchild survives.

Pankow, Tincy Piccola

Tincy Pankow
Feb. 16, 1883-April 22, 1946


Niles Daily Star, Monday, April 22, 1946, page 2, col. 7, microfilm Niles District Library

Mrs. Tincy Pankow Dies Sunday After Five-Year Illness

 

Mrs. Tincy Piccola Pankow, 63, died Sunday at 1 p.m. in her home at 7 South Twelfth Street. She had been ill for five years.

She was born in Winamac, Ind., Feb. 16, 1883, and came to Niles 25 years ago from Michigan City, Ind.  She was married April 24, 1904, in Winamac, to Henry Pankow, by Dr. Guy W. Simon.

Survivors include her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Eunice I. Kocher, Miss Inez Pankow and . .[illegible] home; one grandson, Kenneth L. Kocher, at home; and two brothers and six sisters, all residents of Indiana.

Services will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. from the Kiger funeral home, with the Rev. T.M. Greenhoe officiating.  Burial will be in Silverbrook cemetery.  Friends may call at the Kiger funeral home until time of the services.

She was a member of Chi-Gan-Cy lodge.  Members of the lodge are asked to meet at the funeral home Wednesday at 1 p.m. to attend the service in a group.

 

Pfeil, Clarence

Clarence Pfeil
March 28, 1895-June 3, 1946


Niles Daily Star, Monday, June 3, 1946, page 2, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library

Clarence Pfeil Succumbs Today, Ill Four  Weeks

 

Clarence Pfeil, 41, lifelong resident of Niles, died at 9 a.m. today at his home, [illegible], after an illness of four weeks.

Born near Niles on March 28, 1895, he spent his entire life here and was employed by the Michigan Central railroad. He was married here in 1924 to Miss Frances Thatcher, who survives him. Pfeil was a member of the Elks lodge, the American Legion and Pioneers of World War I.

Hold Funeral Thursday

Other survivors are two children, Clarence, Jr., and Mrs. Bernice Stephens, both of Niles; two brothers and three sisters: John and Arthur Pfeil, Miss Pauline Pfeil and Mrs. Edward Hahn, all of Niles, and Mrs. Frank Albright, South Bend.

Friends may call at the Pifer funeral  home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. Theo Eisen, pastor of St. John's Evangelical church, officiating. Burial will be in Silverbrook cemetery.