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Sentinel Fort Wayne Weekly (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Fort Wayne, Indiana J Kiima a Hay. The Homot a or. And mrs. Valentine Vav. Near Spencerville. Was the scene a Prtt Tif we diner on sunday even sept 11, when their daughter Bla became the Bride of or. Charles Kimei. The marriage service was Iid by tev. C. A. Byrt of Spencer in. Minis Xeona a a sister of to de and or. Conn Davis were the Demaid and groomsman. There re present a few relatives and kinds. The Bride As gowned in a silk and carried a bouquet of de roses. The House was prettily grated with Garden Flowers. After grat lations had been extended the Idal party and wedding guests were Refl a Bountiful supper Miller Prange. A. Be quiet but pretty wedding of sturday evening took place at the me of or. And mrs. Prange of Fox Enue. Parents of the Bride when iss Christine Prange was United in Arriage to or. Harlan Miller son of is e. Miller of Grace Avenue. The Ide wore a Cream color Serge suit d held a bouquet of Bride roses. The Remony was performed by Rev. It in. After the wedding supper the Ide and Groom left for Topeka for a sort visit. They will be at Home to air Many friends after sept. 17 at e residence of the Bride s parents. A a a Beimer Reynold it. Decatur Democrat the methodist parsonage at 2 lock p. M., sept. 8th, by the Rev. Email Powell pastor of the Bride is. Martha a. Reynolds and or. Arles Belmer were married. Both ? from port Wayne. Mrs. Reynolds in be remembered by her Many ends As a former resident of de tur where she was a highly esteem member of the methodist Church Nee going to fort Wayne she has in a Large Circle of friends who will wer her with congratulations in her in happiness. . Beimer is a. Sub it tial business Hian being a Timber or for the Smith amp Randall Lum company. The couple will be at be at 1713 Hoagland Avenue fort Lyne. Mrs. Odie Ross a former de or lady accompanied the couple to in wedding. A a a 5 Littieri Ejde vac Ort. V very pretty wedding attended Only members of the immediate families a that in the precious blood Church Ken essay when miss Agnes Vachon ame the Bride of or. Wayne Little a. The ceremony was performed Rev. Father Hummer. The brides charmingly gowned in Cream miss Lii in Empire Princess style and trimmed in Pearl and lace. She wore a White hat trimmed in Ostrich plumes and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. Miss Frances Vachon and or. Robert Vachon were the attendants. . And mrs. Littlefield left soon afterwards upon a trip to Detroit. . Littlefield is a Well respected Young jeweler of the City employed by Dallas f. Green. A a re a Ling Beeching. reehling. The marriage of miss Mary Beeching and or. Frank reehling and miss Mary reehling and or. Oliver h. Richardson took place on wednesday at 2 o clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Arthur Gillespie of Sueatis Avenue. After the marriage service the bridal couples were driven to the Home of or. H. P. Reehling where the wedding supper was a served. Friends of the neighbourhood called during the evening and extended their congratulations. . And mrs. Richardson will live in Areola and or. And mrs. Reehling will go to Wisconsin to live on a farm. Wilson Earl. Miss Ethel Erma Earl daughter of or. And mrs. George Earl who live near Ossian and or. Otto Wilson were married on tuesday sept. 6, by Rev. A. Elsey of Ossian. The wedding took at the Home of the Bride s sister miss place at the Home of the Bride. Miss Johanna. Crow. Immediately after Vena Roe played the wedding March wards the Bride and Groom departed and miss Hattie Harflich and or. Carl upon an extended Eastern trip and Wilson a brother of the bridegroom will be at Home to their friends after were the attendants. The Bride wore september 22nd at 1125 Kinnaird ave a Beautiful gown of White Batiste trim nue. Out of town guests at the wed med with Cluny lace and embroidery Ding were mrs. Henry Schrum Slater the bridesmaid wore Lavender Mes of the Bride of Denver Colo. Mrs. Saline. After the Exchange of Felicita split log Mother of the Groom of tons a wedding supper was served to Sandwich Canad or. And mrs. L. E. The thirty six guests present. Mrs. F. Crow and mrs. Miller of Jack town m. Earl of this City Arvd mrs. Norah Mrs. S. De Frister. Newark. O., Earl of Ossian catered for the sup and miss Margaret Miller of Colum per and it was served by misses Laura bus. And Groom attended and they then surprised the entire company by stepping Forward to be married. Miss Edith land and or. Will Ridenour were bridesmaid and groomsman. Quot tie Bride is a Young woman of Beautiful character and is Well know in Church and 4n Cial circles. . Lloyd is a clerk in the Walkover shoe store. For the present the Bride and Groom will make their Home with or. Lloyd s parents at 820 East Wayne Street a a a split log Crow. With High mass being celebrated at 9 o clock at St. Patrick s Catholic Church by Rev. Father Delaney thursday the marriage ceremony for miss Mae Crow and or. Rudolph split log took place. The Bride looked very Sweet in a. Dress of Champagne coloured Slik poplin trimmed with Point d Osprey Joe. She wore a White hat trimmed in White tulle and Ostrich plumes. Miss Margaret Palmer attended the Bride and was gowned in a dress of Turquoise Blue trimmed with handsome Cream lace and she wore i hat of Tan Felt trimmed in Blue. Th3 Bride carried a prayer Book and miss Palmer a Shower bouquet of bridal roses tied in Chiffon. . George Kirchner acted As Best Man to the the ceremony the bridal party was cried with dinner Shepler Cecile Neireiter Vena Roe Margaret and Edith Greer. A a a Lloyd Parham. A wedding that occasioned consid Yergens Walda. A pretty wedding of thursday was that of miss Laura Walda and or. Edward Yergens which took place at Erable Surprise to the friends of both j the Home of the Bride a parents or. Bride and Groom took place thursday evening at the first m. E. Church when miss Lillian Parham daughter of or. And mrs. F. C. Parham of West Dewald Street and or. Thomas a. Lloyd a son of or. And mrs. George Lloyd of East Wayne Street were married by Rev a k. Cecil. The Quot it Nesses to the ceremony were immediate relatives and the members of the Standard bearers a society of the Church of which both Bride and Groom Are Active members. There was a meeting of the society which the Bride of culinary department u menus and recipes for housekeeper s daily use recipes. Claret ice. But one Pound of sugar and one t of hot water in a Saucepan Over fire. Stir until the sugar is Dis Ved boil for one minute and set de. When cold add the strained be of three Lemons and one pint of gtd Claret and freeze. Whipped Cream sauce. Ship to a stiff froth one cupful of ick Cream. To the Well beaten ites of three eggs add three table Ion Fuls of powdered sugar mix Well t in the whipped Cream and one Tea Lanful of Vanilla or other Flavouring a should not be made More than a of hour before serving is Good for stage or fruit puddings or to pour a stale cake dipped in wine or fruit fee As an emergency dessert. Almond Blanc Mange dissolve one and a Haf heaping be spoonful of powdered go latine in % a pint of milk. Add three table on Fuls of sugar one and a half to of milk and half a teaspoonful of Ion extract. Strain into a Basin it occasionally until Cool then pour in a wet Mold and set away in a 1 place. Turn out when form and be with Cream. Stuffed Sweet potatoes. Scrub a number of Good sized Sweet votes and bake in a hot oven until user. Cut off one end of each and a Teaspoon scoop out the inside i2g careful not to break the skins. I through a potato press and add half of a teaspoonful of butter tablespoonful each of chopped cold Ken or veal and boiled Ham for a a potato. Mix and season Well re the potatoes and return to the oven i ten minutes. I peach ice Cream a Are and remove the stones from Elve Large yellow peaches then rub Jugh a Sieve. Put one cupful of am into a double boiler Over the 2. When hot. Add one and a half Fuls of sugar stir until it is Dis Ivy cd and stand aside to Cool. When rec lir cold add half a teaspoonful of iter Almond Flavouring. Add the aches and freeze. Allow to Ripen about two hours. Ceo Sanut pie. Line a pie plate with Good pastry vex together two tablespoonfuls of Roif tardy half a cupful of sugar a a Ter teaspoonful of Salt one pint milk the Yolks off three eggs one Ofui of desiccated Coconut two Leando Nfn is of melted butter and e grated Rind and strained juice of in Lemon. Pour into the prepared i the and bake in a moderate oven for in five. Minutes f by miffed eggplant boil ail egg or Plant in unsalted water r Twenty minutes Drain Cut in Ivea and remove the Center leaving Wall half an Inch thick. Chop the oped out portion put it into a join add half a cupful of bread to Niibu one chopped hard boiled euro Bie spoonfuls of melted butter be tablespoonful of dropped Tomato a Onni of Salt and i Aprik. Put # a tide no of futo tiie a Plant in if i lip a the melt Al butter and bakef0r Hilf hour. Serve butter add one cupful of powdered sugar and Cream again. Add the stiffly beaten Whites of six Egers then add alternately two cupfuls of sifted flour and one cupful of milk. Beat Well for ten minutes add one heaping teaspoonful of baking powder one half of a Pound of seeded raisins one half of a Pound of chopped figs one Pound of grated Coconut one Quarter of a Pound of Citron Cut Fine and one half of a Pound of almonds blanched and Cut into strips. Bake in a moderate oven for two hours. Frothed chocolate. Scald Foje pint of milk in the double boiler dissolve one level teaspoonful of cornstarch in a Little cold water and stir it into the hot milk cover and Cook for ten minutes. Scrape four squares of bitter chocolate add two tablespoonfuls of sugar and two table spoonfuls water and set at the Side of the fire where it will slowly melt. When quite dissolved and Glossy add gradually one pint of hot water stir Over the fire two minutes and add it to the milk. Cook in the double boiler stirring occasionally for ten minutes then beat vigorously with an egg beater and serve with whipped Cream chocolate. Cornstarch pudding. Scald one Quot and Orie half cupfuls of milk. Scrape or grate two squares of chocolate and melt Over hot water mix with a Little of the milk then stir All together. Dissolve four level tablespoonfuls of cornstarch in enough cold milk or water to blend it pour into the hot milk and stir until thick and smooth cover and Cook slowly for ten minutes. Beat together two eggs three tablespoonfuls of sugar and a Pinch of Salt add to the hot pudding and stir for two minutes take front the fire add one teaspoonful of Vanilla and pour into netted holds. Serve cold Quot. With Cream. Salmon soup. Take one half of is can of Salmon Drain and free it from skin and Bone Mash Fine with a Fork then pass through a Sieve. Put one tablespoonful of butter two tablespoonfuls of flour one half of a teaspoonful of Salt one Quarter of a teaspoonful of Pap Rylka or a dash of Cayenne in a Saucepan Over the fire when Well mixed add gradually three cupfuls of hot milk and stir until smooth and creamy. Add one cupful of thin Cream to the prepared Salmon turn into a double boiler add the remainder of the Cream More seasoning if necessary and simmer for ten minutes. Stir in one tablespoonful of chopped Parsley and serve. French bread. Softer one yeast cake in half a cupful of lukewarm water then Stii into it enough flour to make a very stiff Dpugh nearly two cupfuls knead thou it roughly a shaping into a Ball make two cuts on the top about one it fourth of an Inch deep then place the paste in a Saucepan of tepid water the Cut Side up. In a few minutes the Ball will a in to swell and Flat on the top of the water. When quite Light remove with a Jill Amer to a bowl Colin Taining half la cupful Lul warm water and half a of Salt dlr list up ugh Wilbur it to make a d ugh stiff enough in Tii a a Ucil Jpaul and mrs. Charles Walda 1021 Walter Street. Rev Jacob Miller performed the ceremony at 4 o clock. The bridal party came Down stairs As Mendelssohn s wedding March was played by or. Rudolph Heckman and took their places in the parlor where a canopy of Plumos us and Many Palms and ferns had been arranged for the occasion. The Bride looked very pretty in a becoming gown of silk Chiffon Hung Over White taffeta and trimmed with Duchess lace and Pearl ornaments. The Bride wore a veil and held a bouquet of Bride roses. Miss Amelia Walda a sister of the Bride was bridesmaid and or. Albert Wergena stood up with the bridegroom. The bridesmaid s gown was a Pink Sec Chiffon and her Flowers were Pink carnations. After congratulations had been extended a sumptuous supper was served. The Dan legroom was decorated with Smilax and White Flowers and the Bride s table with festoons of White Malone that extended from the chandelier to the Corners of the table and with a Bride s cake that was wreathed in Smilax. There were Sev Enty five guests present. In the evening a reception was held for the Bride and Groom. After the first of or. And mrs. Yergens will be at Home in Washington Boulevard what. A a Pevoto Fairfield. The Many friends of miss Anna Fairfield who for Nineteen years has been principal of the Hamilton school Are surprised to hear of her marriage to or. Asa Arthur Pevoto of port Arthur Texas which took place in. New Orleans la on wednesday sept 7, the fact that miss Fairfield intended to wed was known Only to her Sisters mrs. John Ash Zimmer and mrs. Charles a Hays and one intimate Friend. The marriage ceremony was performed by a presbyterian minister of new Orleans at his residence. The Bride wore a handsome travelling costume of Blue Broadcloth with silk Waist and stylish hat of corresponding color. Immediately after the marriage or and mrs. Pevoto started for Cuba where they Rill spend some weeks visiting places of importance and then they will return to Malce a tour of the Southern states before they go to port Arthur to spend the Winter on a farm. . Pevoto is wealthy and has retired from Active business life. In the Spring he will build a suburban Home near port Arthur. The Bride is a daughter of i is. James fair eld who new makes her Home in Sandy Point Texas with her son Edward and is a descendant of a Pioneer family of fort Wayne. The personal friends of mrs Pevoto Are numbered among the Young As Well As among those of mature years. She held the highest rank among the successful and progressive teachers of the City schools and her influence on her teachers and the pupils of the school of which she was the head was always an incentive to individual in. Prove mint. To a most agreeable personality the Bride has added culture and a Broad minded grasp of life which she has obtained through her summer travels and her Winters of study. . Pevoto is of French descent and his ancestors were among the exiles from France who settled in Arcadia. A a a country party. . And mrs. Fred Man of Wajmer Trace were Given a Surprise on sunday by a company of Young people who enjoyed a line dinner and country air. There were present misses Bertha Scherer Emma Schwalm Hannah and Minnie Waltke Minnie Schwartz Catherine Bethe Margaret full Dong miss Wermeister and messes. Charles Kidd Joe Lauer John Schwalm. Lew Koch. Walter balls Harry Gerwig. Arthur Wallmeyer. De and Fred Schroeder Edward Waltke and or and mrs. Fred a a country party. At the Homie of i and mrs. Henry Oil it two Miles a att of the Olty a i Ira con Panr Jef a their trends Wrath de of is Lifty a in up no i a a country party. Lester Jacq tiny celebrated his birth annoy Eisar on sunday at his Home in the country by entertaining a company of friends who surprised him. . Jacque Rucci saved a handsome gift which was presented by his friends. The guests were August Jacquay and family John Lothammer and family Benjamin Snyder and family Elsworth Snyder and family messes. Oliver Snyder Garfield Miller and Ivan Miller All of Monroeville or Dan Snyder and or. John Snyder and family of Cedarville or. Allen Belber and family of Gar Creek and messes. Lewis Sharp and family e. J. Byers and family Lewis Heath and family the misses Pearl Gebert Luclle and Eva Pelffer August Ellert mrs. Lena Ott and daughters and mrs. Ross Barker All of fort Wayne mrs Minniee Lens of Huntertown. A a a a country party. A Surprise party of thursday evening was Given in Honor of mrs. Allen Mcmaken who lives on the Goshen Road. Games furnished entertainment for the company Quot and their pleasure was further contributed to by a luncheon that was served later in the evening. There were present or. And mrs j. C. F. Mcmaken a. And mrs. John Hubler mrs. Holman and sons John and Enos or. And mrs. Hank our and son Walter mrs Kemp and miss Edith Kemp or and mrs. Hartzog and children or. And mrs Bercot or. And mrs. Is Atik trick an son. Misses Belle and me Gale. Gillie Mabel Springer Lucinda Blessing Clara Blessing and messes Eck and will a Lille Jim Young Harold Miner Joseph marrow Harley marrow and or and mrs a c. Pickle. A a a country party. . And mrs. Rudolph Rastenberg of St. Joseph township were Given a Farewell party recently by a company of neighbourhood friends who came to wish them future Prosperity and happiness in Texas where they Are going to move within a Short time. Charles Pilliod and John and Charles Forks furnished music during the evening. Those who participated in the pleasure of the evening were or. And mrs. John Notestone or. And mrs Fred Forks or. And mrs. Jacob Smith or. And mrs. Gottlieb Brudi or and mrs prank Roy the misses Marie notes Tine. Esther Wheelock Frieda Rastenberg Gera Notestine Halle Notestone Gertrude Springer Florence Pilliod Llda Rastenburg Theresa Hay Ida Nussbaum Lizzie Pilliod. Hazel balls Iva Miller. Clara Rastenberg and messes. Gerry Wheelock Fred Bellinger Thomas Blume Logan Chester de Foley Ralph and de Steinbacker Ben de Vaux. Bert Spitler. Virgil Walters. Sidney Sowers. Henry Fritche will Meyers will Forks Charles souls George Bobay Arthur Hall l. Reader Jay Falls Oscar Springer. Charles Pilliod Schuyler Smith. P. Belg John Boley will Wilson Henry Dirks John Notestone jr., Frank Rastenberg Frank Notestone and Rudolph Rastenberg it. Hill family reunion. The first annual reunion of the Hill family will be held at Glenn Park. Silver Lake Indiana on thursday sept 15. All relatives of the family near or Distant Are requested to make a special Effort to attend in order that this first gathering of the Hills May be a great Success. W. W Hill and a. J. Hill have the matter in charge and earnestly desire All representatives of the family to be present. A a Ashley and Griswold reunion. labor Day the second annual reunion of the Ashley and Griswold fam Lyles was held at the Home of George l. Ashley on the St Joe Road at which there were about one Hundred and fifty relatives and friends present. A bounteous dinner was served and several musical solos were then rendered. Joseph Griswold made an address of Welcome and interesting remarks upon the history of the family were made by various members. The Excelsior male quartet consisting of William Ashley Walter Ervin de Fulkerson and de Griswold Sang several delightful numbers. Hugh e b0w3er free methodist Church. Two handsome new churches were dedicated in fort Wayne sunday with appropriate services and in the presence of Large audiences. They were the Crescent Avenue evangel local Church just erected in Lakeside and the Hughie Bowser fee methodist Church on Holton Avenue Between Crelghton Avenue and Hurd Street. The Crescent Avenue evangelical Church was erected at a Cost of approximately $10,000 and is the first Church to be erected in Lakeside Bishops c. Breyfogel of Reading a. Rev. D. Wise the presiding elder of the fort Wayne District Rev c a Rary pastor of Bethel evangelical Church in this City and other clergymen of the Church participated in the dedicatory services. The pastor of the new congregation is Rev. C. A. Hurschman. The Hughie Bowser free methodist Church of which Rev. A t. Loring in pastor is also a Modem Structure seating x400 people and its Cost was approximately 58,000. It will supplant the old House of worship on East Crelghton Avenue and is named in Honor of a son of s. Bowser who practically donated the new Church site and parsonage to the congregation taking in Exchange the old Church property. The dedicatory Sermon sunday was delivered by Rev a b. Olmstead of Chicago new ores ent Avenue Evango Iorii Church. I celebrated to Weir Gold ii wedding i i fifty years ago on set 5, 1860, or. Barney hazzard and miss Susan Jane Sargent were married in fort Wayne by Rev. Cune then pastor of the German reformed Church last sunday on the eleventh of september or and mrs. Hazard celebrated their Golden wed Dlug anniversary at their Homie in Washington township by entertaining their children grandchildren and great grandchildren and a few neigh bars at a sumptuous dinner and a pleasant time generally. A number of hand seme and useful gifts were presented the Host and hostess of the Day and Many Good wishes were extended to them. There were Twenty seven grandchildren and great grandchildren in th9 company. . And mrs hazzard Are Hale and Hearty and enjoy life with unusual zest for people who have been married for a half Century it there were present mrs. Anna Young and family. William Haszard and family. Edward Claphan and family Philip sours and family or. And mrs. William Cramer Charles hazzard and family Edward hazzard and family Jake lamely and family Elmer hazzard or. And mrs. Emmet Young Dan Carpenter and family. . And mrs. Tony. Eckart mrs. Kathleen Weisenberg and family Thomas Sargent and Camhy. Ca8e8 disc Fuseo. Warsaw ind., sept More state chm anal cases were dim lose in the Kosciusko circuit court he does Day Mol i oii., motion of area Eluting attorney her Chet Lehman Tley lure. Club Arlen Webster ch4ri�d, vol Lavric and Gaillet is Pathic Kelly Dies at age of 88 is helped to build Railroad through fort Wayne a the deaths. Patrick Kelly 88 years of age a retire employee of the Pennsylvania company died at 8 o clock thursday morning at his Home 515 Walnut Street from a complication of diseases and the infirmities of age. . Kelly came from Ireland to America More than fifty years ago and was one of the men who worked on the building of what is now the Pennsylvania Railroad through fort Wayne. He was in the company s employ a total of forty five years and some years ago was placed on the pension Roll. His marriage was one of the first nuptial ceremonies came with her husband to this City two year Sago from Dayton. Surviving relatives include the husband two Brothers and three Sisters Alexander and Louis Orminston mrs. Jacob Wagner mrs Fred i a and mrs. Julian Wagner. Keener. Miss Martha Jane Keener residing at 1303 East Lewis Street died at 8 o clock thursday night As the result of injuries sustained in a fall nearly a year ago. She had been an invalid since Early last Winter when she slipped upon an icy pavement sustaining a fracture of the hip. Miss Keener was a member of St. Paul s m. E. Church and is survived by two Brothers and two Sisters Isaac Keener of fort Wayne Morgan Keener and miss Eliza Keener of Huntington county and mrs. Markuns of Wabash funeral services and interment Lagro Wabash county. At Griswold mrs Louisa Griswold. Wife of Crawford Griswold died at 9 45 o clock Friday evening at the family Home 25x3 South Calhoun Street at the age of 61 years. Death was due to a form of apoplexy with which mrs Griswold was stricken a few weeks ago and she had been unconscious for some Days prior to her death. Mrs Griswold was born on what solemnized in the present Cathedral i was known As the Quot Home farm Quot in Van in this City. He is survived by three daughters and a son a Ivi iss Margaret c. Kelly John h. Kelly and mrs. J. F. Sullivan of this City and mrs. Clemens Kaylor. Mishawaka. Funeral services monday morning at 8 30 o clock from the residence and. At 9 o clock from St. Patrick s Catholic Church of a belch the deceased was a devoted member Sappenfield. Lillian Sappenfield infant daughter of or. And mrs Farla Sappenfield 1332 Zollars Avenue died at 12 30 o clock wednesday afternoon from exhaustion at the age of three months. Starr. Emery Starr who has relatives living in Harlan ind., died at 1 o clock monday in Ornong at the county infirmary. He was 76 years of age and death was due to senility. Pecker. Corwin d. Decker 12-years old son of or. And mrs Emanuel Decker who live eight Miles West of the City died Early sunday morning following a sickness from abscess of the brain the parents one brother and two Sisters survive. Berth Al. Mrs. Pauline c. Berthel wife of Ferdinand Berthel residing at 635 knitters Avenue died at 8 o clock saturday morning after an illness of five months from stomach trouble. Mrs. Berthel was born in Germany 4� years ago. And. Came with her husband to America nine years ago. The husband aur Yive with thre children a Anna Clara and John Berthel. The husband is employed at the Wayne it sitting Mill. Funeral services monday after Oon at 3 o clock from the residence. Bono. Mrs. Dora. Bojied. Wife of William. If Sond reside of at Watten 4ve&u4. Fam fit eve a Iligir if to to Wert county Ohio August 5 ,1849, and was United in marriage to or. Griswold on March 9, 1871. The family came to this City Many years ago and the husband is a Veteran employee of the Pennsylvania company. Surviving children Are mrs. R. B. Davis Cantono mrs. E. A Ellis Kokomo and miss Grace d. Griswold of this City. There Are three Brothers and two Sisters Peter Kesler of Van Wert Reuben and Charles Kesler. Middle Point Mrs. Sarah hire. Van Wert o., and mrs. Martha Ford san Antonio Texas. The deceased had been since the age of ten years a devoted member of the methodist episcopal Church and was widely known and universally is Teenier for her lovable character and womanly graces. Funeral services monday afternoon at 2 o clock from the residence. Rev. W. A. Goelst of Simpson m. A Church officiating. E. Fleming of this City died Mon Ltd morning at the Kneipp sanitarium Rome City where she had been for some months. Her age was fifty five years. Mrs. Fleming had been in very Pooi health and a great sufferer for something Over a year. At that time she fell Down stairs and As the result of the injury had become partially paralysed. Mrs. Fleming s native Cit was Indianapolis but the greater Pari of her married life had been spent in fort Wayne she was a woman of Beautiful character unusually charming and attractive in appearance and had a highly cultured mind. The Are left besides the husband a son Robert who is employed at Bowser s manufactory. Jame3. William j. James who had been a resident of Maysville since 1868, died there monday at the Home of Hli daughter mrs. J. G. Mack at the a it of 84 years 8 months and 13 Days death was due to the infirmities of age. . James had always been regarded As one of Maysville s most worthy citizens. Born in Hafeed county Mary land in 1825, he was married in 185f to miss Mary Ann Lilly and the Couplet with their family moved to May Vilh in 1863. James became a member of the m. E. Church at the age of 16 years and in 1865 was appointed Thi local preacher at Maysville surviving Are the wife and five children George to Spencer v. And mrs John a Mack of Maysville and Leroy of East Chicago ind and mrs. Holran Reed of Hacks Volle Funeral services on wednesday afternoon at 1 o clock at the Harlan m 1 Church. Graf. Dressler. August a dressier one of the Best known of Allen county s Farmers passed away saturday afternoon at his Home in St Joseph s township following an illness of five years duration. He was 63 years of age. Though bom in this City or. Dressier removed with his parents to St Joseph township at the age of three years and had been a continuous resident of that Vicinity Ever since. He was a member of St. Peter"8 lutheran Church. Surviving Are the wife ten children and eleven grandchildren. The children Ara. Anton dressier of Noble county. Ind William dressier St Joseph township mrs. William Allensr Meyer St Joseph. Township my. Louis Lampe Milan township mrs. Fred Harmeyer fort Wayne and Henry. Clara Guatave and Rudolph Dremler at Lime. Funeral services wednesday afternoon at 1 30 a Cleek from the min do Nee. Rev. Doerfler . Mtg a to Rifi Nii �or7 sudden death came to pulp Orat the Well known South Lafayette a tree grocer at 1 o clock sunday aft Mooi at St Joseph s Hospital. . Graf Efti 56 years of age at the time of his de else. The abrupt close of or. Grass lift is a severe Shock to an except Penalb Large Circle of friends. One weak at sunday he was removed to the Host Petal where he submitted to an opera ton for Small rupture. His cond Liob appeared to be improving immediately and even at noon yesterday when Hli family left him to return to their Home he was in the Best of spirits and Hope was held out that he would be Abla to return to his Home within a few Daya when the family arrived Home however they received word of a Erl tical turn in his state and upon arriving at the Hospital found that he had died. The greatest part of his life or. Graf spent in this City. He was bom in Marion. O., september s. 1854. Coming to this City while still a boy. For the past thirty years he had been conducting a grocery store at 1913 Lafayette Street on May is. 1879, be was married to miss Sophia Wessel in the 9t Peter s Catholic Church of whitish he had always been a member. The wife two sons. Philip or. And Charles and two daughters the misses Vioretta and Maries survive the deceased. . Graf also held membership la St mar it tin s benevolent Aasboe Patlon of the 8t Peter s Catholic Church. He was Nelber of the local Lodge of elks. Funeral serve wednesday mom Ling at t so i a the residence. 130 and at a Vej Pyk us

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