May 2, 1925
Carl E. Balassa, 22, Glendale; Grace E. Thornber, 21, San Diego
George T. Little, 50; Kathryn E. Maynard, 40, Los Angeles
Bruce Martz, 21; Aldean Melton, 19, Santa Ana
Chester Schidin, 24, Wilmington; Lillian Roberts, 19, Huntington Park
Daniel C. Roberts, 40, Omaha, Nebraska; Della M. Lynch, 35, Redding
Joseph Yorba, 24; Lillian C. Lobo, 16, San Juan Capistrano
James F. Miller, 21; Mary G. Cawthon, 21, Tustin
William H. Sims, 27; Clarice E. Travers, 29, Los Angeles
Abraham Ynzunza, 23; Refugia Gamino, 18, Los Angeles
William M. Roberts, 27, Ventura; Monta King, 23, Brea
May 5, 1925
Carlo M. Ceseri, 22; Thelma M. Elholm, 19, Los Angeles
Fred V. Herman, 28; Ruth L. Bowman, 28, Boise, Idaho
Waldo H. Paul, 24, Santa Clara; Muriel J. Raley, 19, Palms
Claude De Soto, 21; Yvonne Perrenese, 19, Los Angeles
Rosalia Luna, 22; Manuela Martinez, 18, Los Angeles
Dennis O’Leary, 41; Josephine Black, 53, Los Angeles
R. Marshall Thompson, 19; Virginia L. Taylor, 18, Venice
Cellie L. McAfee, 50; Evelyn B. Hoffman, 38, Los Angeles
Herman W. Abel, 36, Los Angeles; Pauline E. Fossum, 27, San Diego
Winifred T. Pashby, 26; Marie E. Burris, 21, Los Angeles
Lloyd R. Jackson, 21; Dorothy M. O’Hare, 18, Los Angeles
George W. Linning Jr., 25, Olive; Cecil F. Dooling, 24, Orange
Harry L. Marshall, 52; Neal H. Pullman, 43, Los Angeles
May 6, 1925
George R. Gilbert, 26; Nettie M. Rogers, 18, Los Angeles
Edward C. Reisswitz, 27, Los Angeles; Leona Wilson, 27, Huntington Park
Verne D. Markley, 32, Los Angeles; Delia L. Cromer, 36, San Diego
Charles E. Rafferty, 52, Reno, Nev.; Pearl Applegate, 39, Lakewood, N.J.
Thorwood G. Thompson, 30, Long Beach; Ruth Smith, 26, Santa Ana
Lee B. hash, 22, Salt Lake City, Utah; Margaret Ireland, 19, Los Angeles
Edward L. Mater, 26, Philadelphia, Penn.; Marie A. McAveney, 20, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Walden Kelly, 23; Dorothy M. Smith, 22, Los Angeles
Leslie R. McGee, 34, Quincy, Ill.; Laura M. Hendrix, 22, St. Louis, Mo.
Fileman San Martin, 25; Angie Romero, 18, Simon
Edward A. Phillips, 44, San Pedro; Della Phillips, 32, Hermosa Beach
Charles Kinder, 24; Billie Hunter, 24, Long Beach
Joe Pasieses, 23; Carmen Diaz, 23, Azusa
Herbert L. Hightower, 21, Downey; Ethel M. Woods, 18, Los Angeles
George H. Elledge, 27, El Monte; Josephine L. Carrara, 26, Los Angeles
May 8, 1925
Chancy Haight, 25; Jessie H. Vaughan, 25, Los Angeles
George K. Hornis, 24; Elma Haupt, 20, Los Angeles
George L. Bachman, 77; Abbie Henshaw, 75, Long Beach
Frank E. Brosseau, 52, Detroit, Mich.; Aurelia B. Sandoval, 42, Albuquerque, N.M.
Henry Morris, 22; Louise Woodcock, 18, Sawtelle
Clarence A. LeMoine, 30; Mildred M. Gordon, 30, Long Beach
George E. Mitchell, 20; Thyra V. Wilson, 17, Santa Ana
George C. Beebe, 21; Dollie H. Lewis, 18, Harbor City
Saul Brodie, 25, Santa Monica; Bertha Lee, 20, Los Angeles
May 13, 1925
Harold O. Fallon, 24, Downey; Anna C. Gisler, 21, Santa Ana
John C. Lovelace, 57, Los Angeles; Minnie L. Hufford, 51, Watts
Edward Ragos, 43; Bessie M. Elliott, 34, Long Beach
Frederick B. Waymire, 26; Lorna M. Hoyt, 18, Long Beach
Jesse L. Rankin, 39, Los Angeles; Lula G. Vanderree, 32, Ventura
Emil G. Schnackenberg, 23, Orange; Martha Wiebe, 24, Santa Ana
Elmer C. Maxwell, 27, Los Angeles; Rosamond M. Rapp, 26, San Pedro
Benjamin Mendez, 29; Vicenta Flores, 23, Talbert
William H. Ellis, 29; Gladys Hensley, 23, Los Angeles
Robert L. Wright, 19, Artesia; Margaret Bond, 18, Anaheim
John McCann, 23; Olive A. Simsen, 27, Los Angeles
Joseph W. Taylor, 27; Audrey O. Fuller, 30, Redlands
Loyal A. Skinner, 22; Vera B. Baker, 18, Santa Ana
Ewing O. Evans, 24; Berenice M. Woodson, 18, San Diego
John W. Gruener, 31; Sarah A. Rooney, 33, Los Angeles
Norman S. Ream, 55, Long Beach; Virnnie Henry, 48, Anaheim
Fred L. Smith, 26; Abbie W. Gilman, 25, Long Beach
Carlyle F. Van Patten, 22; Alice N. Morgan, 17, La Jolla
Roy Whiteman, 25, Los Angeles; Margaret A. Stone, 23, Gardena
May 15, 1925
Samuel H. Roe, 46; Sarah A. Metzler, 46, Long Beach
Howard A. Mooney, 21; Dorothea E. Bowden, 20, Long Beach
James Fite, 23; Gladys Bridwell, 18, Whittier
Albert W. Shorey, 25; Inez A. Ellis, 18, Long Beach
William C. Munday, 38, Wilmington; Frances Huffman, 23, Long Beach
Theodore P. Corcoran, 22; Margaret I. Goldie, 22, Fullerton
Jesse Chisler, 18; Margaret L. Davis, 16, Whittier
Henry K. Dehn, 38, Quenimo, Kans.; Alvina L. Hinze, 37, Orange
May 20, 1925
William G. Baird, 26; Corinne M. Starr, 19, Los Angeles
Keith Lord, 21; Margory Dunn, 21, Venice
Emil H. Bohnslov, 28; Pearl A. Blair, 22, Los Angeles
Marion F. Ewait, 42; Emily O. Smith, 30, Los Angeles
Christian Jensen, 34, Livermore; Minnie B. Royal, 28, Los Angeles
Marion J. Mazuran, 43, Los Angeles; Rae E. Rappe, 35, Santa Ana
Harold S. Baker, 24; Marcelle Lynn, 23, Los Angeles
George A. Riley, 65, Santa Ana; Edith M. Moody, 50, Fresno
Woodson L. Reed, 22, Redondo Beach; Katie Winn, 18, Whittier
Raliegh H. Byrd, 39; Myrtle E. Rooks, 22, San Diego
Harry B. Rogers, 28, Huntington Beach; Louis P. Browne, 23, Santa Ana
Leonther C. Buckalow, 20; Mabel A. Tucker, 20, Whittier
May 21, 1925
John E. Schanewerk, 27; Anna M. Gillis, 27, Los Angeles
Rollo N. Miller, 34; Margaret F. Baker, 28, Los Angeles
George N. Cook, 23, Los Angeles; Mina A. Trafton, 18, Ocean Park
John F. Vosburgh, 29; Martha Buck, 23, Hollywood
Glenn E. Fuller, 21, Long Beach; Beulah M. Clark, 20, Witchita
Henry Aplin, 54, Sacramento; Kathleen F. Walshe, 52, Los Angeles
Joseph W. McDonald, 25; Katherine H. Jayne, 19, Los Angeles
Gordon J. Cody, 21; Claire J. Cody, 22, Los Angeles
James C. Ryan, 39; Lenna O. Allen, 35, Los Angeles
Henry R. Miske, 24; Bernice E. Fitch, 19, Los Angeles
Arthur J. Ward, 25, Los Angeles; Olive Sutcliffe, 21, Warren, Ariz.
May 23, 1925
Robert K. Crist, 22, Los Angeles; Beatrice L. Cartwright, 21, Santa Ana
Norman H. Devaney, 18; Mamie Rubino, 21, San Pedro
Arthur F. Mills, 30; Pearl M. Goodlin, 28, Fullerton
John Conway, 50; Nannie Osborn, 49, Los Angeles
William Young, 21, Venice; Georgiana Burton, 18, Ocean Park
C. Lloyd Stein, 23; Sylvia E. Jearis, 21, Hollywood
Bernard Foley, 28; Billye Slade, 19, Los Angeles
Joseph H. McKee, 21, Huntington Beach; Dorothy M. Stillens, 22, Garden Grove
William E. Goman, 31; Thelma A. Sill, 18, Hollywood
John D. Locke, 26; Muriel G. Stevens, 19, San Diego
John Randrup, 27; Lotus F. Crist, 27, Long Beach
John Gentry, 26, Burnett; Hazel Powell, 19, Long Beach
Theodore R. Mitchell, 22; Nella America Clapper, 19, Fullerton
May 26, 1925
James LeRoy Van Schaack, 24; Audria G. Kittle, 24, Los Angeles
John T. Whitehead, 48; Martha M. Whitaker, 46, Los Angeles
Lee W. Kitchen, 24; Grace G. Canterbury, 30, Los Angeles
Lucius Terry, 49, Los Angeles; Alice M. Ashley, 22, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Robert J. Livermore, 50; Rubie Marmolejo, 18, Los Angeles
John W. Cooley, 21; Lois Z. Jones, 21, San Diego
Manuel Liscano, 22; Sam Murrieta, 16, Delhi
John H. Hathaway, 21; Mabel A. Quinn, 18, San Diego
Ernest D. Melton, 45; Grace Bower, 45, Los Angeles
Riley N. Fullinwider, 43; Rose Brislin, 28, Rialto
William H. Johnson, 62, Hartline, Washington; Maud A. Hahn, 39, Riverside
Harry B. Zondervan, 26; Mildred Conant, 22, Los Angeles
Edgar H. Laine, 55; Flora Barklage, 55, Madera
Gustavo Cabrero, 24; Eva Chavez, 26, Glendale
Harvey Grant, 34; Nettie W. Wampler, 28, Los Angeles
Rollin N. Thomas, 23, Lackerby, Utah; Mae A. Downing, 19, Gallup, New Mexico
Paul H. Castle, 28; Dorothy Dieckmann, 22, Los Angeles
Howard Earl, 28, Burbank; Edna E. Dougherty, 28, Inglewood
Lloyd B. Davis, 31; Bertha Basha, 21, Los Angeles
Silvestre Ortega, 28; Ysabel Ybarra, 19, Santa Ana
May 27, 1925
James E. Ritter, 25; Maud E. Gehres, 23, Los Angeles
Don E. Harrison, 28; Ina S. Honaker, 29, Long Beach
Ernest E. Hargis, 25, Los Angeles; Anna C. Bulger, 18, Upton
Joe G. Rico, 22; Mary T. Garcia, 19, Santa Ana
May 28, 1925
Demetrio J. Bruschi, 26; Hester M. Moses, 19, San Diego
Eddie C. Beckman, 28, Hollywood; Rubena E. Borchard, 23, Los Angeles
George Dickerson, 28, Redondo Beach; Marjorie Mack, 33, Clearwater
Wallace E. Brown, 38: Iona Brunner, 26, Long Beach
Joseph Daniell, 32, San Diego; Ferba E. Underwood, 28, East San Diego
James T. Tuttle, 24; Eula E. Kean, 20, Wilmington
Raymond A. Nazzaro, 23; Lenny F. Rashall, 18, Hollywood
William Van Howe, 25; Marguerite G. Bawden, 25, Long Beach
Constantine Baptist, 31, Los Angeles; Celia Sepeda, 22, Garden Grove
Virgil E. Melson, 28, Hawthorne; Helen Rudy, 26, Los Angeles
Herbert B. Cornelius, 22, Santa Ana; Mary W. Heldoorn, 18, Redondo Beach
Paul E. Robinson, 40; Minnie L. Byram, 39, Los Angeles
Jose Gutierrez, 24; MaLuisa Avila, 18, Los Angeles
May 29, 1925
Thomas Hough, 51; Charlotte Kriefall, 30, Los Angeles
Manuel P. Salazar, 21; Frances Delgado, 19, Los Angeles
Clyde E. Pugh, 34, Long Beach; Pebble M. Woodruff, 30, Holland, Texas
Joseph R. Gothard, 31, Huntington Beach; Eddyrae Schultze, 19, Azusa
Leonard E. Laycox, 21; Agnes L. Gibbons, 17, Los Angeles
Clarence B. Kelkley, 21; Neva E. Norman, 18, Santa Ana
Joseph V. McNary, 61, Long Beach; Jennie S. Tschirgi, 59, Sheridan
James N. Rice, 32; Frances Cohen, 24, Santa Ana
Rollin J. Williams, 33; Mabel C. Moore, 36, Los Angeles
Manuel D. Garcia, 21; Amparo Gonzalez, 19, Los Angeles
David W. Grant, 42; Evelyn C. Corlett, 35, Los Angeles
Charles V. Dodson, 26, Los Angeles; Cleo V. Mayfield, 19, Long Beach
John I. Vanzandt, 50, San Pedro; Mary Roth, 51, Fullerton
Hubert J. Belleau, 43, Anaheim; Evaline Cline, 45, San Bernardino
May 5, 1925
ZAZUETA—At Los Angeles hospital, May 2, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. Humberto Zazueta of 511 East Forty-first street, Los Angeles, a daughter, Gloria Ruth Zazueta. Mrs. Zazueta was formerly Miss Geraldine Rodriguez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oberlin Rodriguez of this city.
May 7, 1925
WAKEHAM—Born to Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Wakeham, Anaheim, Route 1, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 6, 1925, a son.
SCHORLE—Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Schorle, 1524 West Seventh street, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 6, 1925, a son.
EYMAN—Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Eyman, 1066 West Sixth street, a daughter, Dorothy Marie.
May 8, 1925
HAWES—To Dr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Hawes, 219 Fifteenth street, Huntington Beach, a daughter, May 8, at the Santa Ana Community hospital.
May 12, 1925
HENDERSON—To Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Henderson, 1620 French street, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 11, 1925, a daughter.
YOUNG—At the Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 11, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Young, 932 South Parton street, a daughter, Wilma Jane Young. Mrs. Young was formerly Miss Elaine Hildreth, a well-known nurse of the city.
May 13, 1925
MANWARRING—At Hollywood hospital, Hollywood, May 12, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. James A. Manwarring, a 7-3/4 pound daughter, Elizabeth Nancy. Mrs. Manwarring formerly was Miss Olive Lopez, daughter of Mrs. Olive Lopez, city treasurer of Santa Ana.
May 16, 1925
PERKINS—At Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 14, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Perkins, 191 South Cypress street, Orange, a son.
KENNEDY—At Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 15, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Kennedy, 315 Ninth street, Huntington Beach, a son.
May 18, 1925
BAKER—Born to Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baker, 714 North Grand avenue, at home, May 16, 1925, a daughter.
BAKER—To Mr. and Mrs. P.R. Baker, Paularino, May 18, 1925, a daughter.
POLLARD—To Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Pollard, Tustin, May 17, 1925, a son, Robert.
May 19, 1925
WINTER—To Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Winter, 1138 South Garnsey street, Santa Ana, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 16, 1925, a son.
COTANT—To Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cotant, 1912 North Broadway, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 17, 1925, a daughter.
COOK—To Mr. and Mrs. B.R. Cook, San Juan Capistrano, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 17, 1925, a son.
FRANKLIN—To Mr. and Mrs. Nerman T. Franklin, 1311 East Sixth street, Santa Ana, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 18, 1925, a son.
WATSON—To Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Watson, 112 Mountain View avenue, Tustin, at home, May 15, 1925, a daughter, Barbara Christine.
May 22, 1925
LIEBERMAN—To Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lieberman, 312 South Van Ness avenue, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 22, 1925, a son.
JEWELL—To Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Jewell, 1649 East First street, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 22, 1925, a daughter.
May 26, 1925
PATTON—To Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Patton, at home, 1037 West Walnut street, May 24, 1925, a daughter, Marie Virginia.
May 27, 1925
HALL—To Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Hall, Placentia, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 25, 1925, a daughter.
OLESON—To Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Oleson, 404 South Parton street, Santa Ana, at Santa Ana Valley hospital, May 25, 1925, a son.
May 4, 1925
STINE—At his home, 416 West Washington avenue, May 3, 1925, Charles Stine, aged 32 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 5th, at 2 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel, Sedgwick Post G.A.R. will conduct their service at the grave. Mr. Stine has resided in Santa Ana 42 years and is survived by his wife, Mrs. Georgia Stine and one brother, A.H. Stine of Los Angeles.
REMLEY—At the family home on Tustin avenue, Mrs. Flora J. Remley, aged 35 years, private services were held this afternoon at 3 o’clock under the direction of Winbigler’s. Interment was made in Fairhaven cemetery. Mrs. Remly was the mother of Mrs. Mary Bailey, Miss Maud Remley, Otis Remley and Hugh Scott, all residents of this city.
May 6, 1925
TAYLOR—At the family home, 1812 Orange avenue, May 5, 1925, Zachary Taylor, aged 74 years. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 8, at 2:30 o’clock, from Winbigler’s Mission Funeral home. Interment in Fairhaven cemetery. He leaves five daughters and two sons, Mrs. James E. Graham, Mrs. Mattie Brown, Mrs. Ben F. Stolfa and Dorothy Taylor, of Santa Ana, Pearl Taylor, of Oklahoma City, Frank Taylor, Los Angeles, and Harry Taylor, of Indio, Calif.
ADAM—At El Modena, May 5, 1925, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Adam. Services were held this morning 10 o’clock from the family residence under the direction of Winbigler’s.
TAYLOR—Zach Taylor, aged 75 years, passed away May 4th at the family residence, 1812 Orange avenue. Services will be announced later by the Winbigler Mission Funeral home.
May 7, 1925
FUNERAL NOTICE—Notice of Change of Services—Time and date of services for Zachary Taylor, who passed away May 4, have been changed from Friday, May 8, to Saturday, May 9, at 10 a.m., from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home. Such change was made necessary because of the arrival of his daughter, Miss Pearl Taylor, from Oklahoma City.
May 9, 1925
RICHARDS—Glenn Richards, aged 18 years, met accidental death, Thursday, May 7th. Services will be held from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, Monday, May 11th, at 2 p.m. with Rev. F.T. Porter officiating. Interment will be made in the Fairhaven cemetery. He is survived by his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Richards, of 107 Court street, and one sister, Mrs. Clark Cooter of Lamar, Colorado.
KAMP—Raymond Kamp, aged 20 years, passed away as results of accident, May 7th. Services were held this afternoon, under the direction of the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, at the Methodist church at Glendora, at which city interment was made.
May 11, 1925
JAMES—Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. James of Capistrano. Private services will be held from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, Tues., May 12th at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be made in the Fairhaven cemetery.
MOORE—At his home in Wintersburg, May 11, 1925, A.H. Moore, aged 43 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 13th, at 10 a.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Interment Fairhaven cemetery.
CLEVELAND—At the home of his daughter, Mrs. E.U. Dickinson, 820 North Birch street, May 10, 1925, N.B. Cleveland, aged 69 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 12th at 10 a.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Interment Fairhaven cemetery. Mr. Cleveland is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nancey E. Cleveland, a daughter, Mrs. E.U. Dickinson of this city and one son, F.F. Cleveland of Whittier.
May 12, 1925
YEARY—Lafeyette W. Yeary, aged 74 years, passed away Monday, May 11, 1925. Services will be held from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, Thursday, May 14, at 2:30 p.m. Interment will be made in the Huntington Beach Cemetery. Mr. Yeary is survived by his widow, Sarah Yeary of 640 North Shelton, two daughters, Mrs. G.M. Cover of Tustin, Mrs. J.C. Riley of Los Angeles, and two sons, Fred R. Yeary of Hinkley, California, and Don E. Yeary of this city.
May 15, 1925
WILLIAMS—At his home, 1601 North Main street, May 14, 1925, J.P. Williams, aged 90 years. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 16th at 3:30 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel, Rev. P.F. Schrock, officiating. Mr. Williams is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Florence Conner, of Inglewood, and Miss Cora L. Williams of Berkeley, and three sons, Judge R.Y. Williams, W.B. Williams, and Guy Williams. He is survived also by three grand children, Chas. Swanner, of Santa Ana, John Swanner, of Texas, and Mrs. Irene Watters, of Santa Ana.
PORTER—At his home, 824 East First street, May 14, 1925, Frank D. Porter, aged 74 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 19th, at 10 a.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Mr. Porter is survived by his wife, Carrie A. Porter, a son, Fed B., of Fort Worth, Texas; a daughter, Mrs. H.B. Smith, Kansas City, Mo., and a son, J.W. Porter of Pasadena.
BLAEHOLDER—At Beaumont, California, May 13, 1925, Mrs. Matilda L. Blaeholder, aged 29 years. Funeral services under direction of Smith and Tuthill, will be held Saturday, May 16th, at 2 p.m. from St. Johns Lutheran church, at Orange. Mrs. Blaeholder is survived by her husband, Charles C. Blaeholder, and two children, Delores and William; her father, Jacob Krueger; a sister, Mrs. Len Tucker, and brother, Wm. F. Krueger, of Orange.
May 18, 1925
BEACH—At the home of his son, J.M. Beach, 1013 Riverine avenue, Charles Beach, aged 78 years. Funeral services, Tuesday, May 19th at 2 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel, Rev. Will A. Betts officiating. Interment in Fairhaven cemetery. Mr. Beach leaves a son, J.M. Beach of 1013 Riverine avenue, and a daughter, Mrs. W.F. Lemon of Victoria, B.C. He had been a resident of Orange county for 52 years, having come to Orange in 1873.
HOEFER—At her home, 1717 Bush street, May 18, 1925, Mrs. Rosa M. Hoefer, aged 73 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 20 at 2 p.m. from the German Evangelical church, corner 10th and Main streets, Smith and Tuthill in charge. Mrs. Hoefer is survived by the following children, Mrs. Mary Elkmeir of Pipestone, Minn., Wm. C. Hoefer of Santa Ana, Arthur Hoefer of Owensmouth, Calif., Mrs. Clara Andres, Mrs. Rosa C. Lutz and Mrs. Helen Stedman, all of Santa Ana.
May 19, 1925
GREEN—May 16, 1925, Bert Green. Notice of funeral will be given later by Smith and Tuthill.
KENT—At 710 South Flower street, May 19, 1925, Wesley Dennie Kent, aged 10 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Kent. Funeral services Thursday at 2 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel.
YOUNG—May 18, 1925, Charles H. Young, aged 37 years. Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 21 at 10 a.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Interment Santa Ana cemetery. Mr. Young is survived by his mother, Mrs. Nellie Young of 2727 North Flower street, and three sisters, Mrs. J. Fred Parsons and Mrs. Theo. Lacy, Jr., of Santa Ana and Mrs. C.W. Houghtaling of Los Angeles.
May 22, 1925
RENWICK—Mrs. Maude Renwick, wife of J.S. Renwick, 407 Main street, Huntington Beach, passed away in her home yesterday. She was 41 years of age and had been ill for some time. Funeral services will be conducted from the Smith and Tuthill funeral chapel. Announcement as to time will be made later.
May 23, 1925
JOHNSTON—At her home, 1405 North Garnsey, May 22, 1925, Geneva E. Johnston, aged 45 years. Notice of funeral will be announced later by Smith and Tuthill.
STEWART—At 1905 North Main street, May 23, 1925, Robert M. Stewart, aged 85 years. Father of C.J. Stewart and Mrs. Harry Leipsic of this city. Funeral services Monday at 3:30 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Interment Fairhaven cemetery. Service at the grave in charge of Sedgwick Post G.A.R.
RENWICK—At her home, 407 Ninth street, Huntington Beach, May 21, 1925, Maude Renwick, aged 41 years, wife of J.S. Renwick. Funeral service will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Interment Fairhaven cemetery.
HAYES—In Santa Ana, May 23, 1925, Mrs. Zoe Hayes, aged 26 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 26, at 2 o’clock from Winbigler’s Mission Funeral home, Rev. Porter of the First Christian church officiating. Interment in Fairhaven cemetery. Mrs. Hayes was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Sherman of 301 East First street and leaves two small daughters Elizabeth and Mary Lon Hayes.
MAJES—At El Modena, May 23, 1925, Joseph Majes, aged 65 years. Date of funeral will be announced later by Winbigler’s Funeral home.
May 25, 1925
FUNERAL NOTICE—Private funeral services for Miss Geneva E. Johnston will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Rev. W.L.H. Benton officiating. Interment Fairhaven cemetery.
May 26, 1925
SQUIRES—Gertrude E. Squires, aged 50 years, passed away at her home in Los Angeles, Monday, May 25, 1925. Services will be held from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, Wednesday, May 27th at 2 p.m. with Rev. Rhodes of the Methodist church South officiating. Interment will be made in the Fairhaven cemetery. She was the sister of Mrs. George Cuddeback of San Gabriel and Mrs. Charles F. Watson of 127 South Cambridge street, Orange.
May 27, 1925
McMILLAN—At Tustin, May 27, 1925, Donald McMillan, aged 66 years. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 29th at 3:45 p.m. from Smith and Tuthill’s chapel. Mr. McMillan is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha McMillan.
CAVANAUGH—Annie Cavanaugh, aged 85 years, passed away Wednesday, May 27, 1925, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C.M. Craw, at Chino. She was the mother of A.L. Cavanaugh of Long Beach, J.E. Cavanaugh of this city and Mrs. C.M. Craw of Chino and had been a resident of this vicinity for some 45 years. Announcement of services will be made later by the Winbigler Mission Funeral home.
STEARNS—Lillie Richie Stearns, wife of W.M. Stearns, passed away at the age of 61 years at her home, 593 North Orange street, Orange, Wednesday, May 27, 1925. Services will be held from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, Friday, May 29th at 2 p.m. followed by interment in the Fairhaven cemetery. She is survived, besides her husband, by five sons, Roland, Charles and Glenn Stearns of Santa Ana, Edwin and Chester G. Stearns of Orange; by two daughters, Mrs. Frank Partridge of Santa Ana and Mrs. Hazel Stewart of Orange; and by three brothers, Frank Richie of Orange, the Rev. George Richie of Los Angeles and the Rev. Arthur Richie of Sacramento.
May 29, 1925
SHAFFER—David R.S. Shaffer, aged 87 years, passed away at his home at Westminster, Thursday, May 28, 1925. Services will be held from the Winbigler Mission Funeral home, Monday, June 1st at 2 p.m. with interment in the Los Alamitos cemetery. Services will be conducted by his comrades of the Sedgwick Post of the G.A.R. Mr. Shaffer is survived by his widow, Alice M. Shaffer of Los Angeles; one daughter, Mrs. Vesta D. Chappelle of Columbus, Ohio, also by Clyde Smith of Los Angeles and Will Robinson of Lankershim who had made their home with Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer since their childhood. Mr. Shaffer had been a resident of Westminster for 26 years and of California for some 35 years, and was well known in this section.