Otto J. Arendt, a Jpar^time worker lor the Home InsuJ&tibii Company, collapsed and died of a heart attacn Monday while rid¬ ing in a truck driven by Verne Rudes. He was 70 years of age.
Mr. Rudes drove the stricken man to a physicals offiee wher^ he was pronounced dead Upon arrival. ¦ : .. % -^ o —/f'^fp|SK
A native of Elliston, he was an oil well pumper in the oi fields most of his life, retiring about 5 years ago.
He is survived by his wife, Em¬ ma, dauvhter, Mrs. Eunice George of Genoa; brothers, John and Em¬ it of Graytown and Henry of El¬ more; and one grandchild.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon from the Welch Mortuary with Rev. Paul O. David officiatingi
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