Lorain County, Ohio
Blanche J. Farkas Albert
Avon Lake: Mrs. Blance J. Albert (nee Farkas), 66, of Avon lake, died Saturday at her home after a lngthy illness. She was born in Lorain, Sept. 8, 1921, and lived in Avon lake for 39 years. She was a member of the United Churchof Christ, Avon Lake, an associate member of the Hungarian Reformed Church Sick Benefit Society Credit Union and was a former member of the Hungarian Reformed Church. She was formerly employed by Novotny Caterers of Avon Lake. Surviving are her husband of 39 years, Alexander; son, Alexander J. of Lexington, Ky.; daughter, Mrs. Gary (Judith) Schaefer of Avon Lake; sisters Mrs. Josesph (Rose) Huszti of Lorain and Mrs. Julia Kostyn of Elyria and a brother, Alex, of Lorain There will be no visitation. A private family service will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Emil Doyala Funeral Home, Lorain, with the Rev. Dr. H. Richard Bucey, pastor of the United Church of Christ officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Lorain. [unknown newspaper, Nov 1987, Sub. by MMH]
Mrs. Hattie Andress, aged 60 years, wife of Mr. A. Andress, 138 1/2 Charles court, committed suicide this forenoon by hanging herself to a gas jet in the bathroom, by means of a heavy scarf knotted around her neck. The body was discovered by the nurse at 11:30 o'clock, and Dr. Perry called, but on his arrival she was beyond earthly aid. Mrs. Andress had been in poor health for some time and arrangements had been made for her removal to a hospital soon for an operation. She had been despondent and on several occasions had threatened to take her life.
The body after being viewed by Coroner Perry was removed to the undertaking parlors of W. C. Sudro, whence the funeral will be held later. [The Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, O - Mar 17, 1921]
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