Mrs. Myrtie M. Lute, 57, a resident of RD 2, New Philadelphia, and vicinity for 40 years, died early today in Union Hospital where she was a patient since April 2. She had been seriously ill for 2 months.
Born at Zanesville, she was a daughter of the late Albert and Georgia Haines Holbein. She was married to Ralph L. Lute, who survives.
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Funeral services for Mrs. Georgie Ann Search, 70, of West Palm Beach, Fla., will be held at the chapel of Mader-Peeples funeral home at 2:30 o’clock Monday afternoon. The reverand [sic] Paul Bauders of the Coburn Methodist church will conduct the services with burial to follow in Greenwood cemetery.
Mrs. Search died Thursday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Pollard of Summitsville, Ind. with whom she had been visiting for the past three months.
She was born in Zanesville but left here in 1912, moving to Dover and later to Canton. She went to Florida 12 years ago.
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Mrs. Georgie Search, 70, of Miami, Fla., widow of Hillis P. Search and a former resident of this city and Dover, died yesterday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Pollard, Summitville, Ind., of complications following a stroke. She had been ill three years.
Mrs. Search was the daughter of the late Norton and Lorena Hains of Zanesville and was a past noble grand of the Rebecca lodge and a member of the West Palm Beach, Fla., Methodist church.
In addition to Mrs. Pollard, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Ralph Lute of RD2, this city; three sons, William H. Holbein of Merridian [sic], Pa., and Russell E. and Leonard P. Holbein of Miami, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. F.A. Ross of Dover and Miss Mary Hains of Cleveland; a brother, Ralph E. Hains of Flint, Mich.; 15 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A son and daughter are deceased.
Funeral services, which have not been completed, will be held at the Madar-Peoples Funeral Home in Zanesville and burial will be in Greenwood cemetery in Zanesville.
Source: New Philadelphia Daily Times, October 3, 1952.