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came quicKiy ana ur.ex- to our deceased 'brother, Arndt, last Thursday noon, Jan. 18, a .short time laffjar he had been admitted as a medi¬ cal patient in Maigruder Hcjspitai, Port Clinton. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arndt, he was born Jan. 38, 1878, near Gray town. His age was 73' ;years, having been called out of this1-world1 to 'his eternal home on his 73rd birthday.
He 'was confirmed April 10, 1892 He married Miss Anna Sehwend- inger Feb. 22:, 1906. Four .child¬ ren were (born unto them. They lived on a farm northeast of Oak Harbor. On coming to this vicini- tyt, they united with' the local St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church of Which he remained a faithful mjember. Pie w*|s also a member of the iS(t. John's Brotherhood. It was his custom to be in ehurdh on the Lord's Day to confess Christ with the congregation and to edi¬ fy his soul with the Word of God. He was also a frequent guest at the Lord's table. A& he was a be¬ liever in Christ, we comfort our¬ selves with the thought that his soul ip now with the Lord.
Besides [his sorrowing wife, he leaves to mourn <his departure two daughters, Mna Otto Klick- man, Toledo, and Mrs. W. F. Deit- rich, Cleveland; two sons, Henry and Louis F., Oak Harbor; one jbrot'her, Fred, Graytown, thirteen •grandchildren and many other re¬ latives and friends. May God com¬ fort them and be with them on their pilgrimage through life.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the -St. John Ev. Lutheran Church. Pastors of (the church officiated. Interment [was made in Union Cemetery.
Funeral services for William A. Arndt, 73, Rt. 1, Oak Harbor were held Monday afternoon at the Robinson funeral home and St. John'is Lutheran Church. Dr. B. F
Brandt and the Rev. w. F. Head- Viann officiated. Burial was in Mnion cemetery. /-^r/f57
Mr. Arndt died unexpectedly Thursday in Magruder hospital where he had been admitted a short time earlier for medical care.
A farmer, Mr. Arndt w?ts born I Jan. 18, 1878 in Graytown, - the I son of Fred and Eva Arndt. Feb. 122, W06 he married Anna Sch- wendinger of Fremont. His resi¬ dence was on Route 1.
Siurviving besides his widow are two daughters, Mrs. Otto Klick- nan, Toledo, and Mrs. W. F. Diet- ich, Cleveland; two sons, Henry
md Louis, both of Oak Harbor; a xrother, Fred Arndt, Graytown; and 13 grandchildren.
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