WM. C. AUXTER OF LINDSEY ;* fa~n HANGS SELF IN GARAGE
William C. Auxter of Lindsey, ,60,. hanged himself in his own garage "last Friday afternoon, following several years of ill health. His lfteiess body Was found by his wife who had gone to the garage to see what he might be doing since he did not answer her call to supper. He'had been about the home and place during the day as usual and gave no reason for suspicion that he meditated anything desperate. The deceased was born in Rice township in 1867 and spent most of his life there, having gone to l^indsey about 14 years ago. He,is survived by his wife, who was Miss Sarah Hes$ of Sandusky county; two sons, Paul and Ray of Mansfield; two brothers, two sisters and three grandchildren.
The funeral was held at Lindsey Evangelical church Monday afternoon. Rev. George Smith officiating and burial in Lindsey cemetery.
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