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In Memoriam

Arlie Carol "Carol" Hath (Hazelton) - Class Of 1938

Arlie Carol "Carol" Hath, daughter of Horace Bonaparte (1891-1983) and Amy Edna (Brown) (1893-1978) Hath, was born 01 October 1918 in Michigan.  She graduated from Okemos High School in 1938.  Carol married John Cass "J.C." Hazelton 7 October 1939 Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan.

Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Friday 13 October 1939


The wedding of Miss Carol Hath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hath of Abbott road, East Lansing, to J. C. Hazelton, son of Mrs. Beulah Hazelton Dewey of Perry, took place on Saturday, October 7, at high noon at the home of the bride's parents.  The Rev. Roy Johns of Montrose officiated before members of the immediate families.

An improvised altar was decorated with autumn leaves.  The bride wore a street length gown of blue crepe with lace bolero and a corsage of pink roses.  Mrs. Fred Schautz of Perry, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, wearing plum colored alpaca with a corsage of yellow roses.  Stuart Hath of East Lansing, the bride's brother, was groomsman.

The bride's young sister, Cleo Hath, played piano music for the ceremony, accompanied by violins played by a brother, Winton Hath and Grace Miller.  The selections were, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," "I Love You Truly," and the traditional wedding marches.

A dinner was served immediately following the wedding.  Assisting were Mrs. Charles Brown, Miss Helen Hazen, and Miss Hazel Hath and an out-of-town guest, Miss June Roys of Owosso.

The bride and groom are residing in Lansing.

J. C. Hazelton, born 7 September 1915 Michigan, died 23 March 1966 Denver, Denver County, Colorado.  Carol died 15 May 1972 place unknown.  J.C. was interred Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso, Shiawassee County, Michigan.

Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Thursday 24 March 1966

PERRY - J. C. Hazelton, 50, Denver, Color., former Perry resident, died Wednesday in Denver after a long illness.  He is survived by his wife, Carol; two daughters, Mrs. William Bank Jr. of Virginia, and Mrs. H. M. Armstrong of California; and a sister, Mrs. Fred Schautz of Webberville.  The body is at the LaRowe Funeral Home, Perry.