JOHN C. AUXTER:
MEN BY DEATH
W^uy- Known Fremont Man Succumbs In Home
John C. Auxter, 71, a resident of Fremont for 30 years, died Tuesday at 10:25 p. m. in his home at 829 White avenue.
In ill health from complications' for three years, Mr. Auxter had been confined in bed since March.
Funeral services will be in the Weller-Wonderly funeral home Fri¬ day at 2 p. m.
The Rev. Lawrence S. Price, pas¬ tor of Grace Lutheran church, will officiate and burial will be in Oak- wood cemetery, The body will ft$ returned to the residence late Wed¬ nesday and remain there until Fri¬ day at 11 a. m.
Mr. Auxter is survived by his wife, one son, Meivin; two daughters, Mrs. Louis Fry and Mrs. Jay My¬ ers; three grandchildren, Wilfred, "Marie and Lucille Fry; one- broth¬ er, Aaron Auxter, all of Fremont, and one sister, Mrs. Fred Haar of Elmore. Two brothers and two sis¬ ters preceded him in death. Leaves Wife, Children
Mr. Auxter had been fan employe of the Hodes-Zink Mfg. company for eight years. He was born April 14, 1867, near Hessville, a son or William and Sarah Upp . Auxter. His marriage to the former Eliza- ; beth Kechele took place, Dec. 5, 1889 in her nome at Hessville, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Althoff. He was baptized in the Lutheran church at Hessville and was confirmed in that church, April 14, 1881, but during his resi- | dence in Fremont, he belonged to Grace church.
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