|Clipping from about 1954|
I'm so thankful that my mother-in-law passed on two scrapbooks filled with newspaper clippings that she received from her mother-in-law. So often I find that when I transcribe an article for my blog from these scrapbooks, I find out new information for my tree. So many clippings. Eventually they'll all get scanned, transcribed and posted. Right now, I'm just delighted to have found out some new information, albeit sad information. Harvey was younger than I am. It's very sad to see anyone go at so young an age.
I'll have to track down his tombstone when I go back to Wisconsin for Christmas.
"Pneumonia Is Fatal To Harvey Dart, 37
Harvey Dart, 37, 935 Day street, died this morning in a local hospital after a two-day illness with pneumonia. He was born in Tonet and 17 years ago married the former Lorraine Laurent of Green Bay. the Darts moved to Green Bay six years ago.
At the time of his death the deceased was employed by the Badger Bay company. During the war he was employed in the shipyards at Sturgeon Bay.
Survivors include his wife; three children, Mary Jane, Beatrice and John, all at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dart, Tonet; and three brothers, Frank, Green Bay, George, Tonet, and Richard, Algoma.
The body is at the Dupont-Malcore Funeral home, where the rosary will be said at 8 o'clock each evening. The Rev. Peter Skell will say the rosary at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in SS. Peter and Paul church. Father Skell will offer the requiem mass and burial will be in Allouez cemetery."