Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Wednesday, March 01, 2006 at 05:54:13 :
The Marin Journal
Thursday, November 14, 1940
Jesse G. Clary, of Tomales, Succumbs To Heart Attack
Jesse G. Clary, barber and prominent at Tomales for a number of years, died suddenly at his home there last Monday following a heart attack. He had recently submitted to an operation for appendicitis at the Petaluma General Hospital and had been home but a few days, recuperating, when death struck.
He was 44 years of age, and a native of Kansas. He leaves a wife, Dorothy Clary, and two children, Patricia and Charles Clary. He is the son of Mrs. Rebecca and the late Charles Clary, brother of Ray and Roy Clary of Ashland, Ore., Charles Clary and Mrs. M. Winne, of Seattle.
In the last general county election Mr. Clary was a candidate for justice of the peace against the late J. M. Johnston in the Tomales township, and was defeated by a very small majority. Judge Johnston passed away before time to take office, and a large delegation from Tomales petitioned the Board of Supervisors, asking the appointment of Clary to the judgeship, but the Board appointed Judge Howard A. Bowen of Inverness.
Before coming to Tomales Mr. Clary had resided in Grass Valley. He was a member of the Tomales Druids and the Tomales Druidic Circle. The funeral service was held from t he Blackburn & Sorensen chapel at Petaluma.
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