rites for Morgan L. House, well-known retired Simcoe school teacher,
whose death occurred suddenly on Sunday morning at his home, 165
Talbot Street North, in his 64th year, were conducted from the
George W. Baldock Funeral Home yesterday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock
and were well attended.
The service was in charge of
Rev. Gordon V. Crofoot of First Baptist Church, who was assisted by
Rev. H. C. Newcombe, former pastor of the church. The pallbearers
were Donald Kennedy, Leslie Fairbairn, Alex. Lemery, Harry Culver,
Harry Collins and Jack Crabb.
The flower bearers were
Morley Cross, Harry Judd, Thomas Toombs, W. J. McLeod, Bruce Wallace
W. D. Stalker. Interment was in Oakwood Cemetery.
Among the large number of
beautiful floral tributes were tokens from the following:
Teachers, Officers and Members of First Baptist Sunday School;
Mayor and Council of the Town of Simcoe;
Won-by-One Class of First Baptist Sunday School;
Children of North School;
Ladies' Aid of First Baptist Church;
North School Staff;
Congregation of First Baptist Church;
Staff of South School;
Norfolk Fruit Growers' Association;
Employees of Canadian Canners;
Simcoe Public School Board;
Board of Norfolk's Children's Aid Society;
and the Neighbors.