Norman P Hawes obit
affair. !U(.-KjiU1j !U(.-KjiU1j !U(.-KjiU1j aVeiiue of!0f i)t.jIlt jj year DEATH ENTERS HOME AND TAKES THE ONLY CHILD Saturday afternoon at 4::iu, at Memorial Memorial hospital .oeeured the death of Xonnan 1'. Hawes, only child of Mr, and Mrs. Pearl F. Hawes of south , within jilst one week of agf. Complies- Complies- tions, which developed pneumonia. caused the beloved will ! after a three w eek to will young boy's death, lilness. ijjs death is a great blow to the sorely bereaved parents, and has also cast, a gloom over the freshman class of Fremont high, of which Norman was a member, and also over a host of friends and neighbors, with whom Norman was a great favor- favor- th- th- at Ha-(tie it ot re- The vountr lad v.rs at school dav before be was taken ill. He complained complained of a severe headache during (he day. and the in t morning he had ll,!heconio so ill that He could not attend can-! can-! sc hool, and two weeks ago his cendi-Hivo cendi-Hivo hush to' wi'a m seriou,:. that he wa-i wa-i wa-i re. ra.j moved to Memorial hospital, where ex pert iiursinsr and jiieuicai imninoi; were givtn, but all in no avail. The funeral will be held at the late residence Tuesday at 2 p. m.. the Rev. W. K. Tiessel, of Cd'ice Lutheran church, to officiate. Norman was not a regular membe r of the church, but he attended Sunday school there, Pur-ial Pur-ial Pur-ial will follow in Oakwood eeie-i- eeie-i- eeie-i- eeie-i- ry. Norman V. Hawes was horn in Fremont. Fremont. n May l'.'1.', only son and child of JVari F. and f.ulu M Cary- Cary- Hawes. He aiti-mb-d aiti-mb-d aiti-mb-d aiti-mb-d aiti-mb-d the Fremont, public' school, and was in first year high this school year. There are snc-viving. snc-viving. snc-viving. the parents, and grandparents. Mis. Alfred iiy, of Fremont, and Mr. I and Mrs. Alfred Ciary, of North Adams, Mich., besides many oth' r relatives.! Paring tl'e yiais of Ids short you.ttrj life, Norman was a favorilo with all j who knew him. He was the joy and happiness of his parents, a loving kind and obedient son. ami his gentlemanly gentlemanly behavior won for him the es teem of everyone who knew him. He was one of the. bright and studious pupils pupils of bis class, b' loved by schoolmates schoolmates and teachers alike, and his early death is a matter of great regret to all,' The bereaved parents have the sympathy sympathy of a wide circle 0f friends, in the! loss of (heir tenderly beloved only child. ?