Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune September 13, 1938
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Ruth and family of Eau Claire visited his father Leo Van Ruth over the week-end.
Eau Claire Leader September 17, 1968
Earl H. McLeod
Funeral services for Earl H.
McLeod, 61, of 207 Whipple St.,
who died Saturday at Anoka,
Minn., will be Held at 3 p.m.
today at Plymouth Congre-
gational Church. The Rev. A.
Ray Whitton will officiate and
burial will be in Lake V i e w
Mr. McLeod was employed at
he New Brighton, Minn., munitions
plant as an electrical
Surviving are his widow,Mable; two daughters, Mrs.
Franklin Scroggins of Edwardsville,
I11., and Mrs. Robert
Brouse of Eau Claire; two
sons, Douglas of Pleasanton,
Calif., and Michael of Milwauee;
two sisters, Mrs. Charles
Foster, East Alton, Ill., and
Mrs. George Fohrback of Menasha;
a brother, Orvis Dotzenrod
of Norwalk, Calif.; and
morning and at the church
>ne hour prior to the services.
Eau Claire Leader, October 7, 1913
Mrs. Leo Van Ruth passed away at the home of her Mother, Mrs. Edward Dotzenrod near Brill? September 25, leaving a husband and one son, besides mother, stepfather, three sisters and one brother. Her maiden name was Mabel Bates.
I am not even going to try and straighten out the relationships at this point!