Had Owned Millinery
Shop In Ann Arbor
Miss Anna E. Wesch of 324 Sec-
ond St., retired Ann Arbor mil-
liner, died this morning at the Ann
Arbor Convalescent Home.
A lifelong resident of Ann Arbor,
she was a daughter of Henry and
Catherine Laubengayer Wesch.
She operated a millinery shop on
E. Liberty St. for a number of
years before retiring about 10
She was a member of the First
Church of Christ. Scientist.
Surviving are two brothers,
r! iipodore and Albert H. Wesch,
;h of Marshall, and three neph-
ews including Clair Reiman of Ann
Funeral services will be held at
1:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at
the Muehlig Funeral Chapel, with
Frederick M. Hull, C.S., officiating.
Burial will be in Bethlehem Cem-
etery. Friends may call at the