Succumbs at 71
Lydia Mauch Draeger, daugh- ter of Mr. Jacob Mauch and Mrs. Louise Her dinger Mauch , was born in Sandusky, Oohio, July 3, 1885. She was the youngest of five children. She was baptized in early infancy in the Christian faith United in marriage with Mr. John Draeger October 27, 1910. Three children were born of this marri¬ age. She became a member of St. John's Evangelical Church, being confirmed by the Rev. C. Weis. Mrs. Draeger was a member of St. John's Evangelican and Re¬ formed Church, a faithful member of the Women's Guild and the Ladies Bible Class. She was also a member of the Hospital Guild.
Mrs. Draeger had not been in good health for about two and a half years. She was admitted to Memorial Hospital. Fremont on June 26 of this year and passed away at the hospital on Aug, 30, after more than two months of severe illness. Her age was 71 years, 1 month and 27 days. She . is survived by her husband Mr. John Draeger ofEImore, ddauhter Mrs /Glenn Stanch, s.sons Arthur and Harold all of Lindsey, Ohio, seven grandchildren, several nie- c^fi pn^ nephews besides many other friends and relatives.
Mrs »Draeer was a devout Chris¬ tian lady, a faithful member of the church. Sundav School and Women's Guild. Scarcely ever missing any services or meetings* even when not in the best of health. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
"In my Father's house are many mansions, if it were not jso I would have told you and I go to prepare a place for you that where I am, there you may be also.'
Funeral services were Sunday at 2:00 P. M. at St. Johns Evangel¬ ical and Reformed Church.
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