Here's the obit:
"The Daily Press, Page 9
Thursday, August 12, 1926
CHARLES MELZER WILL BE BURIED TODAY
Funeral services for Charles Melzer, who died at his home at Menchville in Warwick County on Tuesday, will be held today at 3:30 o'clock. The funeral cortege will leave the home at 2:30 and will proceed to Denbigh Church where the services will be held. Interment will be the church yard.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Anna Melzer, he is survived by five daughters, Mrs. E.M. Sanglear, of San Pedro, California, Mrs. W.E. Brown, of Hampton, Mrs. P.L. Johnson of Norfolk, Mrs. G.S. Barnes of this city, and Ella Melzer of Baltimore; and three sons, W. E. Melzer, of Seattle, Washington, Charles Melzer who lives at the home, and John Melzer.
Mr. Melzer came to the United States in his youth, living at first in Baltimore and came to this section about 40 years ago and has lived here since that time.
Active pallbearers are, F.C. Bivins, William Wylde, L. Griffith, D. Neibargall, W.C. Snyder, B.H. Chieselin, all of the local Lodge of Odd Fellows, who have charge of the funeral service.
Honorary pallbearers are: S.S. Curtis, S.R. Curtis, J.E. Parker, J.D. Parker, W.E. Carter, Edward Cooke, Wilton Nettles, Mr. Jacobs, J.W. Burcher, Edward Burcher, Walter Reed, Tom Owens, Tom Heywood, John Mason, W.F. Mench, A.R. Dawson, J.L. Parker, A.J. Parker, W.L. White and R.S. Turlington."
Hope this helps!
The copy I made is not of great quality but if you'd like to have it just drop me an e-mail privately and I'll get the info to snail mail it!
Have a great evening,