MRS. J 0. DAMSSHROOFR
OIED SUNDAT MORNING
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Mrs. Minnie Damschroder, wife of J. C* Damschroder, died at her home on Ryer road northeast of town, about 7 o'clock Sunday j morning", after a long" illness,! aged 56 years, 8 months and 7 days. She had been failing1 for about ten weeks and passed away peacefully.
The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, October 25, at 1:30 at the home and at 2:00���o'clock at Trinity M. E. church in Elmore, her pastor, Rev. G, C. Dibert, officiating and interment in Union cemetery at Elmore, Sabroske & Myers, funeral direc¬ tors of Elmore, were in charge. The floral tributes were profuse and beautiful, attesting the Jove; and esteem in which she was held \ and the church was filled to ca-J pacity with the many friends ardi relatives of the departed. j
Mrs. Damschroder, nee Minnie.; Schlegel, was born February 16, j 1882, on the farm on Ryer road adjoining the farm where she spent all her married life. She* was married to John C. Dam¬ schroder February 28, 1900, and went to housekeeping on the farm on Ryer road where she lived the rest of her active life and died after 38 years of faithful service to her family, her church and the community. She was the mother of six devoted sons, all of whom, with the husband, survive: Les¬ ter of LaCarne, Clayton of Oak Harbor, Lincoln of Elmore and Walter, Roy and Dale at home. Surviving also are one brother, George Schlegel of Massillon; one sister, Mrs. Clara Knapp of Buff¬ alo, and six grandchildren. j
Mrs. Damschroder found time to engage in activities outside the home and always gave faithful service to every organization with which she was connected. She was a member of Trinity M. E. church, the "For Others" class, Elmore Chapter Order Eastern Star, Elmore Grange and Rural Community club.
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