Mrs. Norman M. Irvine, 26 Oak St., Grimsby, passed away at West Lincoln Hospital, on Saturday, July 29th, 1950, in her 71st year. She had been in failing health for the past year.
Born at Tweedside, Ont., she was the former Minnie Maud Penfold, daughter of the late Noah and Mary Ann Penfold.
In 1901 she was married to Norman Irvine and went to South Grimsby where the couple farmed until coming to Grimsby 7 years ago.
Mrs. Irvine was a member of St. George's Anglican Church, Tapleytown.
Surviving besides her husband are one daughter, Mrs. Audree Topp (Violet), and two grandsons of Silverdale; two brothers, John and Joseph Penfold, Tweedside; and three sisters, Mrs. James Dimmick, Gilbert Plains, Manitoba; Mrs. Samuel Tweedle, Stoney Creek, and Mrs. Alice Hopkins, Hamilton. One son, Surgeon-Lieutenant Clarence E. Irvine, predeceased her in 1944.
The funeral was conducted at the Book Funeral Home, Smithville, on Tuesday afternoon, August 1st, by Rev. R.K. Lemkay, assisted by Rev. G.F.Scovil. During the service Mrs. Arthur Vickers sang "Good Night and Good Morning".
The pallbearers were Messrs. Leslie and Edward Shirton, Vernon and Harry Penfold, Arthur Tweedle and Cecil Hopkins.
Interment was made in St. George's Anglican Cemetery, Tapleytown.