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RT ATTACK CAUSES DEATH
Mrs. Alice Damschroder, 56, Stricken Suddenly
ELMORE, March 20.—Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon here for Mrs. Alice Dam- schroder, 56, wife of C. I. Dam- Schroder, of Elmore, who died at 9:30 p. m., Saturday, while visiting at the home of a son, Alvin Damschroder, here.
Services will be conducted at 2:30 p. m. at the family residence and later at the Grace Lutheran church, with Rev. V. C. Ridenour, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Union cemetery here.
Death was caused by a heart at¬ tack. Mr. Damschroder was at work as an oil driller in Michigan at the time and could not be locat¬ ed immediatelv to be informed of his wife's death. The body was removed to the Sabroske & Myers j funeral home.
Mrs. Damschroder is survived by j her husband, two daughters, Mrs. j Esther Kruse, of Woodville, and j Mrs. Dorothy Depner, of near j Woodville; three sons, Clarence,! Marvin and Alvin, all of Elmore; seven brothers, Harvey Schwartz, Elmore; Martin Schwartz, Hess- ville; Charles Schwartz, Riley Cen¬ ter; Emery and Ervin Schwartz, Gibsonburg; Clayton Schwartz, Helena, and Melvin Schwartz, Fre¬ mont, and one sister, Mrs. Arthur Damschroder, of near Elmore.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwartz, the deceased was born May 5, 1883, in Washington town¬ ship, Sandusky county. Following her marriage, February 21, 1906, she lived several years near Lind¬ sey and later at Graytown. She was an active member of Grace Lutheran church at Elmore and the Elmore chapter of the Order of Eastern Star.
Mrs. Damschroder was baptised in infancy, later confirmed, in the j Emmanuel Lutheran church at! Hessville by the Rev. C. H. Althoff, j who also officiated at her marriage j to Mr, Damschroder.
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