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From The Bladi Correspondent
GRAYTOWN, O., June 7— Seymore Dick, 67, Graytown, died last night in his home
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He was born in Genoa and had lived in Graytown most of his life. He formerly oper¬ ated a grocery store here and was employed at the Standard Products Co., Port Clinton, until his retirement two years ago. 4~ 7- /?46
He was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Chur ch, Graytown, the Masonic Lodge in Elmore, and was a former member of the Graytown Special School Board. . Surviving are his wife, Ada; daughter, Mrs. Marvin Han¬ son, rural Graytown, sister, Mrs. Charles Herkel, Genoa, and five grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m, Thursday in the church with burial in Elliston Cemetery. Masonic services will be at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Ihome. The Oestreich Mortu- jary is in charge of arrange- iments. ^ "
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