Laura Angi@9 85, Dies Wednesday
Mrs. Laura Angle, 85, widow of Curtis Angle of Rt. 2, died in her sleep early Wednesday at the home of a friend, Mrs. Mary Bruce of S. Euclid. /-a-YfS'S
Mrs. Angle had been at the Bay- twp home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray¬ mond Bahnsen since her release from Magruder hospital after a recent stay. She went to the home of Mrs. Bruce last Friday for a visit.
She was born in West LaFayette but had lived in the Danbury area nearly 50 years. Her husband died in 1945. The couple had no chil¬ dren. Mrs. Bahnsen, the former Santina Cornelia, had stayed with them for some time before her marriage.
Mrs. Angle was a member of Lakeside Methodist church, East- ern Star, Pythian sisters and Dan¬ bury coterie.
Mrs. Angle's body was returned here this morning and is at the Gerner and Wolf mortuary. The Rev. Walter Plummer of Lakeside Methodist church will conduct services at 7:30 p.m. Friday eve¬ ning from the mortuary. Saturday the body will be taken to West LaFayette for services at 1 from
the Methodist church there, and burial will be made in the West LaFayette cemetery.
The Angles had lost one child in infancy and looked on both Mrs. Bahnsen and Mrs. Bruce practical¬ ly as daughters. Families of both had been neighbors of the Angle family, Mrs. Bruce being the for¬ mer Mary Chriswell of Danbury. 1
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