Mrs. Anna Baker Dies •
Last rites for Mrs. Anna Bak-j
er, 80. ot Elmore, will be held on ; Saturday afternoon in the home I of her brother. William Hotmer. j southeast of town. Services will ' be held at 1:30 in the home and; at 2 o'clock in Trinitv Lutheran i church, her pastor, Kev. A. C. I Tbober. officiating, and SabroskeI and Myers, funeral directors, in : charge. Interment will be in I Gibson burg- Lutheran cemetery.
Mrs. Baker, who had been in ill health for a long time, had made her home with Mr. Hotmer, her only brother, for many years, having lived all but five years oi her life there on the homestead farm. After marriage in young womanhood she and her Jiusband lived in Pcmberville. he dying five years later. Suffering from a chronic ailment, she had been bedfast since last April.
Mrs. Haker was one of eight in | the parental familv, and all but | her surviving brother, Mr. Hot-1 mer, have preceded her in death. She bad no children, but many nephews and nieces survive.
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