Clipped from US, Ohio, Elyria, Elyria Chronicle , June 4, 1915

Mrs. (.-eo. May ol ( ir vcdaud at-tended the funeral of Mrs. Fhilip I less Tui'sday,Mrs. Euseuo (Tarruol was in Elyria Tuesday. •-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. called u:i Elyria friends Monday.Mr. .Tames Gorman was in Cleveland Wednesday.Mrs. Katherine Hess (nee Clark) was born at Grafton. Feb. 11,--1 son. and died a*, her home in Grafton. May ?,0. 191:%, aged 49 years. She was united in marriage to Philip Hess. Jan. 24rh. 1SSS. One child was born to this union. Mrs. JohnCorey, of Cleveland, who with thehusband, five sisters and two brothers. besides a host of relatives and friends. arty left to. mourn her loss.7 he funeral services were held at her• • * •*late borne-■ Wednesday afternoon, conducted by the pastor.of the Evangelical church of Lorain. The doral offerings were many and beautiful and the large concourse of sorrowing people that followed the remains to its Last resting place showed the •high esteem in which she was held. The remains were interred at Elmwood cemetery. Lorain. The family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in this their sad bereavement.CARD OF THANKS.Wc wish to express our thanks tc our many relatives and friends and to the Sir Knights and Lady Mace a bees for their kindness and sympathy shown us in the sad bereavement n;' the illness and death of cur beloved wife and mother, and for tii^ beautiful 1-oral offerings.Mr. Philip He bo and Daughter.A; hihn f*iirr»v