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L,ast rite^s were held Wednes¬ day afternoon id Toledo for* Rob¬ ert Beattie. 37, husband of Mrs. Amy" Damscbroder Beattie, for¬ merly of this place. Services were held at 2 o'clock in the Ira Gar¬ ner f'uneral Home. The Rev. V. G. Hostetter of Elmore, .who married the young Couple, offici¬ ated at the funeral rites, assisted by Rev. Grant Speer, pastor of the deceased at Central Christian church, in Toledo. Interment was made in Union cemetery. El¬ more. The mother, Mrs. Sarah Beattie of New Straitsville. O., together with his four brothers, three sisters and the widow, sur¬ vive. //- X /- /^] 3g
Mr. Beattie, who had been in ill health for some time, suffering from complications, died in St. Vincent's hospital early Monday. Although of Scotch ancestry, he bad spent most of his life in To¬ ledo, where he was long employed by the Willys Overland Co. He was married to Miss Damscbrod¬ er of this place in 1929 and al¬ though their married life bad been.spent in Toledo, they were���frequent visitors here and he was well known to many in Elmore.
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