My-<>!, Frederick -Bloom wa.-s fa»;r. im Sept. 4, lh'4, m Harris, township. ■ 'tt-iw-.i o>;-i;.. A fey, ■ weekA later,
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* ■■■ -a '.;'ir>, i;a<i'hii;t!-apl;*':ii. Tii *- -'.„• <■ . , - er d ',■>, i, 1 -AmajiTl « ■ \'ov. 1. in\i4. -U iin sarly ,u"- il "was enrolled m St.: I t.i"> Su?;.;ay >:hu'>! and'remaqicfi a ;,«!.'. mfcr:-,'.<_•¥ ol-our Sunday School u• ti; hi* <ka«| At the age of fit- tppn, .ahts' , publicly professed-,, s hid (. ' i >l'an tSth iH-fope th» altar of
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ti'-rn.-itinn.'-;T7uS act $fc& perffe%f-d bv uie Rev: Hsrlev Sipe oti ApriS.20, 1930.
The nature'M his death and' - the suddenness of "Ms;flea€jp are known to all. Op last .,Sunday'- -evening';'' at rdjout eight o'clock, on. the Oak ;Har- bor-Fremont" Road, he ' together with f >ur others! met with a -terrible acci- d'-nt 'A'.a n the car ia >* o > a< v . ridirm uddenly Skidded i Off the slip- i,--ry pavement, struck the, abut m gut of a bh-Va and dropped: irrtd - thf- deep di h btelow. The deceased was quickly, hu-h'-ed to Memorial h>> pifSi at. Fremont, -where every-: effort, wH put forth bvtatteridirig physic, an*1 to save his life. But God, our .divino Physician, deemed otherwise: and or. Tuesday evening, at 7:25 oVlock. with , his immediate family at his bedside, he calmly passed away.. Death wjfR: dm to a severe fracture,of the skull. At the time of his death, he 'ad reached the age of 19, years--.' three) months and one das.
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at ■Jtefptei***!^*********, .. .Hsroid, of Old "Washington, O.; Oliver, of Mr more; Raymond and Luthe'- at home; three sister-in-laws; on.- Drothtr ..- law; one nephew and one n w, R*.3 father preceded him ,nto death by only five months, havi&g died on June 25th of this year. 'Jn- addition, he leaves behind one grandfather, Levi Bloom, aof Oak Harbor; one grandmother, Mi's. Louise Kreiiick, of Fremont; also,1' many uncles, aunts, cousins and other relatives and a large host of if Mends. •:•». ■;
Myron was very activa'Vin the af¬ fairs of our <&urcn. He was a regu¬ lar attendant at Sunday .school, and church services. He was a member of the Luther League and always showed his interest by his attendance and his willingness to work and to cooperate with t affairs of the young people's sori*-1-. Hi-, to
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