Sudden Death of
Mrs. C. L Damschroder
Mrs. C. I. Damschroder, 56, died suddenly in the home of her son, Alvin, about 9:30 last Saturday night. She seemed to ha've recover¬ ed from an illness of the past sum¬ mer and was able to be about as usual, and her sudden death came as a shock to her family and friends Mrs Damschroder was born near Hessville, May 55 1883, and had spent her entire life in this commu¬ nity. She was married to C. I. Damschroder Feb 21, 1906.
Besides her husband she is sur¬ vived by two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Depner and Mrs. Esther
| Kruse both of Woodville; three sons;
j Clarence, Alvin and Marvin all of Elmore; as ister, Mrs F. A. Dam-
! sehroder living south of Elmore;
j seven brothers. Harvey of this place.
1 Martia o? Hessville, Clavton of Helena, Charles and Melvin of Fre¬ mont, Emery and Ervin of Gibson¬ burg
Elmore Cnapter, O E. S., of which Mrs. Damschroder was a member, held their services at the tiome Monday evening. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock services were held from Grace Lutheran Church. Rev V. C, Ridenour officiating. Burial was made in Union cemetery ^abroske & Myers had charge of he services.
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