1957 (Apr): ICA International Review [11(10)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 41) includes:
J. LENSGRAF, D.C., 62, of Pana, Illinois, died January 12. He
graduated from the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1922 member of the International Chiropractors Association. practiced in Pana for 31 years.
and was a He had
1957 (Sept): ICA International Review [12(3)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 37) includes:
FLOYD JAMES CARTER, D.C., 64, of Washington, D.C., died
June 19, after an extended illness. He was a graduate of the New York College of Chiropractic and at one time had been president of the college…
GEORGE E. ELLIOTT SR., D.C.,72, of Cushing, Okla., died July 17. Hehad practiced as Cushing for 29 years.
1957 (Oct): ICA International Review of Chiropractic [12(4)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 27) includes:
CLYDE M. WILLIAMS, D.C., 69, of Fort Scott, Kan., died August 8 after a short illness.
1957 (Dec): ICA International Review [12(6)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 27) include:
FREDERICK G. LUNDY, D.C., 79, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, died August 23. He was a 1912 graduate of the PSC and was the first president of the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association. He was born in Ontario, Canada, and was prominent in the Rotary Club, the Eagles and the Catholic Church at Green Bay.
1957 (Dec): JNCA [27(12)] includes:
“NEW YORK: DR. FRANCIS SAUCHELLI PASSES AWAY” (p.
A Requiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday at 10:15 a.m. at Holy Cross R.C. Church for the late Dr. Francis X. Sauchelli who died at Roosevelt Hospital after suffering a heart attack a week ago. Dr. Sauchelli treated many sports, stage, screen, and TV personalities. Sal Maglie, when he had a sore arm, was one of his patients.
The body is reposing at the Buckley Funeral Home, 445 West 43rd St. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Queens. - From the New York Mirror, October 15, 1957
1958 (Jan): ICA International Review of Chiropractic [12(7)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 22) includes:
Frank H. Sauchelli, D.C., 71, formerly of Waterbury, Conn., died in New York October 13. He was well known in theatrical circles.
“Obituaries” (p. 22) include:
Edward J. Bullock, D.C., 77, one of the best-known pioneer chiropractors in New Hampshire died December 15 after a heart attack at his home in Keene, N.H. He had practiced there for 40 years after graduation from the Palmer School and was a member of the Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He was a former president of the State Association and a state representative of the ICA.
rear cover has memoriam and photo of Francis Cutler Ellis,
Sc., E.E., inventor of the Micro-Dynameter
1958 (Jan): Journal of the NCA [28(1)] includes:
“News flashes: New Jersey” (p. 48) is obit for Edward W.
Collins, D.C.: DR. COLLINS PASSES AWAY
Dr. Edward W. Collins, of 3 E. Fairview Ave., died Saturday in Warren Hospital, Phillipsburg, of a month’s illness. He was 62.
A chiropractor, Dr. Collins was a member of the Masons, the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, and the Elks. He was a past president of the N.J. Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs, Dover Consolidated Sportsmen of Dover, Morris County Sportsmen’s Federation, Twin Lakes Club.
In February, 1956, Dr. Collins was named o the Board of Directors of the State Chiropractors’ Society of New Jersey. He was also a Lt. Colonel in the State Civil Air Patrol.
Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth; three sons, Dr. Harold E., of Elkton, Maryland; Dr. Arthur R., of Wharton, and Thomas W., of Dover; two step-children, Alvin Michael, Jr., of Wharton and Miss Betty Eleanor Michael, at home, and ten grandchildren – From the Dover (N.J.) Lake Land news, October 19, 1957.
photo & obit for inventor of Micro-Dynameter (p. 61): In Memoriam: Francis Cutler Ellis, B.Sc., E.E. June 25, 1890 - November 3, 1957 The field of chiropractic science began a new era with the
revolutionary invention of Francis Cutler Ellis. November 3, 1957, but he leaves behind reminders research and devotion to the welfare of mankind.
F.C. of his
Ellis died significant
Mr. Ellis’ contribution of the Micro-Dynameter was first acclaimed in 1935 before a group of scientists attending the Annual Science exhibit in Pittsburgh. Since this time his diagnostic device has become standard equipment for a host of chiropractors both in this country and abroad. Ellis Research Laboratories and chiropractors everywhere mourn the irreparable loss of a great man.
1958 (Feb): JCaCA [13(10)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 11): DR. HAROLD A. HOUDE Funeral services for Dr. Harold A. Houde, 66, Glendale, for many years a teach of chiropractic in Southern California, were held in the Wee Kirk o’the Heather, Forest Lawn. A graduate of Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1922, he conducted his practice in Los Angeles, devouting part f his time to teaching in various schools. At one time he was co-owner of the California College of Natural Healing Arts, Los Angeles. For nine years, until his retirement in 1956, he was chief of staff of the clinic of LACC, his alma mater.
On retirement he planned to live in Mexico and moved to that country but illness forced his return to California.
1958 (Apr): ICA International Review of Chiropractic [12(10)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 47) include:
Waldo G. Poehner, D.C., 68, of Chicago. Dr. Poehner graduated
from the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1918…
James R. Drain, D.C., 66, long time president of Texas Chiropractic College, who died February 27. He was a 1912 graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic and had been engaged in teaching and practice for 46 years.
1958 (May 12): Frank Dean, M.B., D.C. dies (Rehm, 1980, pp. 298, 332)
1958 (June 6): Dr. Ashworth died in Kansas City MO, age 83 (Who's Who, 1980); funeral is held at Wadlow Mortuary in