FERDINAND BEET^A ff%?J\
CALLED TO THE BEYOND;
Ferdinand Deetz of Jackson street, \ who has been a sufferer from harden¬ ing- of arteries tor some months, fin-^ ally succumbed to the disease and j passed away at his late home here \ early Wednesday morning", aged 73 years and 9 months. He had been j confined to his bed since last Seotem- j ber and was not expected to live at one time in the fall but he seemed to recover to some extent and was not ; thought serious Tuesday night. His j son Herman died in the same house j nearly a year ago and since then his \ daughter-in-law and her daughter had j cared for him. j
The deceased has lived in Elmore j more than forty years' and for twenty- j five years the house in which he died had been his home. His wife preceded * him in death a few years ago. He i survived by four sons, Wm. F., Henry C, and Fred of Elmore, and Ferdinand of Chicago; one daughter, Mrs. Geo.; H. Palling of Woodville Road near j Toledo; also one sister in Germany, j
The funeral will be held at the I home at 1:30 Friday afternoon and at j 2:00 o'clock at Trinity Lutheran j church, of which he was a member. | Rev. Thober will have charge of the services, with interment in Union cemetery.
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