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Miss Sadie Dunkle, 65, of Route 3, died Friday at 2:15 p.m. in Magruder hospital where she had been a patient since May 24. Miss Dunkle made her home with her sister, Mrs. Cora Sperber, and��had been in ill health seven years.
Her body was at the Nefdeck- er-Eberle-LeVeck mortuary Satur¬ day and then was taken to the Robert Criswell funeral home in Emlenton, Pa., w;here the Rev. Tempieton conducted services at 2 p. m. Monday. Burial was made in Emlenton. •■"■/,\? f^ frf'S*?
Also surviving vare three other sister, Mrs. Laura Sperber of Tillamoon, Ore., Mrs.- Rachel Tho¬ mas of Emlenton., and Mrs. Ada L. King of Port Clinton; a brother Earl of Emlenton; and nieces and nenhews.
She was born in Sligo, Pa., May 27, 1894, daughter of William and Mary William Dunkle.
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