K. Schrimpf Obit
SERVICES THURSDAY FOR MRS. WdH&uwn Woman Died at Family Home Early Yesterday Morning. Funeral services for Mrs. Katharine Schrimpf, prominent and highly esteemed resident of this vicinity* who died early yesterday morning following a lingering illness at the family home east of Jefferson City, will be held at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at the j ^ ! Immaculate Conception Church burial will be made in St Peter's Cemetery. The active uallbearers will be John Frorarne, Louis Laux, Fred Kaullen, Julius Wolfrum, Fred Landwehr and Henry Asel. Mrs. Schrimpf, who^was 56 years of age, was born in thjs county and resided here all of her life with the exception of a few years spent i ^ gt .Louis. She was a devout member of the Catholic Church, a tender and loving mother and wife, and her death will be deeply regretted by all who knew and admired her for her many splendid qualities. Besides her bereaved husband, John Schrimpf, she is survived by three children, Sterling Harold and Mrs, Tony Eveler all of this city. Three sisters, Mrs. Tom D. Reams of Purcell, Okla., Mrs. George Pracy of Chicago, Mrs. Fred Hollerorth of this city and Mrs. -Gnssie Baker of Columbia, and two brothers, Will Opel of Brazito and Fred of Uliaois also survive her.