I Mrs. Nellie Damschroder
Dies After Long Illness
Last riles will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Mrs. Nellie Damschroder, 62, wife of Charles P. Damschroder, living
west of Elmore. -Services willbe
held at the family residence with Rev, V, G* HosteUer officiating and Albert H. Burmann, funeral director, in charge. Interment will be made in Union cemetery. Mrs. Damschroder died on her birthday anniversary, Tuesday afternoon, May 7th, at 4:15 o'¬ clock, after two years' illness of j
j heart ailment. |
The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cowley of Rio, Wis., and was married to Charles F. Damschroder, resident of this place, at Silverton, Col., December 26, 1906. After the marriage Mr. Damschroder and his bride came to Elmore to live and have resided here ever since. She was the mother of seven children: Mary, Gladys and Anabel, all of Toledo, and sons Burton, Wilbur, Charles and Don-
| aid, at home, all of whom survive with the husband. There are al¬ so four brothers and three sisters
I surviving, all in the vicinity of
J Rio, Wis.: George, Albert, Lewis and Charles Cowley; Mrs. Eunice Cuff, Mrs. Stewart Price and Mrs. Marie Schultz.
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