23^0 Deaths in One Family ^i^ Near Williston
^ #Wtimton, Feb. 17^f5bLdeaths oc- .'■■$Wirw(l in one family jusr\ north of > vtown In less than one week. Mrs. Er»., >r Lfteetlne Dohms died Sunday, February (h, OBtn, and her htisband,"AjigjttfcDohmSj V* <iied Friday, iJ^bruary~TSnrL*Tarsr i f IDohms' funeral was~~neTd at the Lu- ^ jthewm church here on Wednesday, the "S-iSth, ft nd that of her husband on Mon- ^4day,'the 14th. The Rev. Max Schlei- ^CJber conducted both ifunerals. Burial offtts In Williston cemetery. ;i iMrs. Dohms was born in Germany ^June 25, 1845, making her age at the "jfcime of demise 70 years 6 months and 26 days. Mr. Dohms was born in •Schwackemvalde, Germany. September ^2,11845, his ag-e at death being 63 ^reai* 5 months and 9 days. Mr. and .Jkirg.. Dohms are survived by eight ^^fchlklren, five sons and three daughters, i E8-It is not often that two who have traveled life's toilsome journey to- jfrether so many years reach the end «f the pathway so close together. The One had just started on that unending Test, sleep, or perhaps as we best love -to think of it, life and happiness eter- al, when her earthly escort joined her | here, if not peacefully sleeping, they gether are smiling and greeting ose passed on before to that country rom whose bourne no traveler re- yms. , 1
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