Mrs. Louis Diege! Dies
When Hit by Auto
Friends and relatives of Mrs. Sirah Diegei, 66, living on To¬ ledo road(route 102) near here, were painfully shocked when the ne ws spread, shortly after nopn Tuesday, tint she had been struck by an auto in front of her home and probaoiy fatally injured. Then in the evening came word that she had succumbed to her injuries, passing away at about 8:15 in Toledo Hospital, where she had been taken after the ac¬ cident. Funeral services are to be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the family residence, with Rev. Wm. von Brauchitsch of St. John's :hurch officiating and Sabroske and Myers, funeral directors, in charge. Interment will be in Clay cemetery, north of here.
Mrs. Deigel, wife of Louis Diegei, was crossing the high¬ way* returning home from a call in the home of her sister-in-law, |Mrs. Mary Heckman(almost op¬ posite the Diegei residence) when she was struck by an auto driven y H. C. Miller of Chihuahua, Mexico, enroute to Elmore to vis¬ it his brother, John Miller, and family east of town. The Sa- broske-Myers ambulance was summoned, also Dr. G. P. Willett, and the injured woman was taken to the hospital where it was found she had suffered a fractured skull and fractures of legs and arms.
Mr. Miller, accompanied by his wife and family, was not held, after Marshal John Peter¬ sen of this place investigated the
Born near Genoa, Mrs. Diegei had lived all her life in the vicin¬ ity of Elmore. She is survived by her husband and ^a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Doty of Belleville, 111.; also sisters, Mrs. Wm. Lutz and Mrs. Samuel Wyatt of Tole¬ do.
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