Irs. Sophia Iloiroi Dies
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Mrs. Sophia Almroth, 73, wid¬ ow of the late William Almroth of Elmore, died in her home on west Rice street, at 12:15 this (Thursday) afternoon, January 2. Although she had been ill and in her physician's care for heart ail¬ ment the past week, death aame suddenly and apparently painless¬ ly as she was having lunch. Af¬ ter a brief service in the home theNfuneral will^be held at 2 o'¬ clock in Zion Evangelical church at Elliston, with the pastor Rev. Braden, " officiating and Jacob Croll, undertaker at Grand Rap¬ ids, Ohio, in charge. Interment will be in Union cemetery here.
Born on a farm near Elmore, Mrs. Almroth was a daughter of Henry and Anna Fulkert Croll, and most other life was spent in this vicinity. Her husband died in Februay, 11 years-aj*o, in their town home here, which they built and moved into from their f«r'^i toare near - here in 1914. Mrs. Almroth had no children and her only immediate survivors are three brothers: Will and Vallie Jtol of Elinc e and John Croll of Oak Harbor; also two sisters: Mrs Emma Brandow and Mrs. Fred Rother' the latter with Mr. R Ihert, having been staying with Mrs, Almroth as company for her, for quite some time.
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