James C. Hullinger


    James C. Hullinger, 63, of 959 Bellefontaine Av., dropped dead in (a restaurant on Bellefontaine Ave. (missing line) which he was proprietor, at 9 a.m. Sunday. Now known as "Dick's Place," it was formerly called "The D. T. and I." Restaurant.

    Hullinger was a medical patient in Memorial Hospital from March 2 to 18. He had lived in Lima since 1911 and all that time had operated the restaurant. For the last six months, Clyde Dixon, formerly of the Lima police force, has been a partner in the establishment. The deceased was born in Allen Co., Ind.

    Surviving are his wife, Claudia Catherine, a daughter, and a brother. His daughter is Mrs. Goldie May Gabet, and his brother is Ira Hullinger, both of Ft. Wayne. Also surviving are three grandchildren.

    Funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Lewis Funeral Home by the Rev. E. J. Penhorwood. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The body will remain in the residence until time of service.


Source: Obituary, 05 Apr. 1937, The Lima News, Lima, OH, p. 2.