"Toledo Blade", Friday, May 29, 1958, 1-5-2, w/photo:
Mrs. Blanche A. Ryerson, 73, died yesterday in her home at Whitehouse after a year's illness.
Buron in Huron County, O., Mrs. Ryerson lived in Whitehouse since 1917. She was the Whitehouse distributor of the Sunday Blade and the former Sunday Times for 20 years.
She and her husband, George A., observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1949.
Also surviving are daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Long, Waterville; son, Walter A., Sandusky; sisters, Mrs. Harriet Sparks, Norwalk, O., and Mrs. Zalia Webber, Willard, O.; brother, Martin Brooks, Monroeville, O.; 20 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Schmid Mortuary, Whitehouse. Burial will be in Whitehouse Cemetery.
"The Blade", Monday, Jan. 17, 1966, 1-10-4:
George Ryerson, 89, once a Whitehouse village councilman, died yesterday at home, 6006 Texas St., Whitehouse.
Born in Peru, O., Mr. Ryerson lived in Whitehouse 45 years. He served in the village council during the 1930's. From 1906 to 1926, Mr. Ryerson had been a mechanic for the France Stone Co. In 1927, he founded Ryerson Machine Shop & Blacksmith Co., retiring in 1957.
Surviving are his wife, Etta; daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Long, Waterville; son, Walter, of Sandusky; step sons Ray Myers, of Monroeville, O., and Richard Myers of Cleveland; half brother, John K. Ryerson of Fairview Park, O.; 20 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren.
Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Schmid Mortuary, Whitehouse, with burial in Whitehouse Cemetery.