BEIDLER, Martha E (Hodges) - obit. p. 2 of 2.
WATERLOO PRE-Ss PRE-Ss PRE-Ss THURSDAY .S im- " , , . " , ' . " Daniel of Waterloo, Ind., and one .1st er, Mrs. - Mary Knepper of this city Waterloo, Ind, r He retired in Nov vember. 1920, .to :the ' soldiers' ' and sailors ' home la Sandusky.. ' . ' .y' Mr. Shuman-. Shuman-. Shuman-. was married Oct. 3, 1883, to Miss; Mary- Mary- Camfield of Fremont, Fremont, who died in . March," 19 18. 4 Two' brothers, Thomas of - this' city and survive : him. I ! , .",'- .",'- ' J Funeral services will be conducted by ' the chaplain of the soldiers home In the John , J.' Marquart chapel in Sandusky Wednesday . afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Oak-wood Oak-wood Oak-wood cemetery in Fremont and will be in charge of the Eugene Rawson Post, O. A. R of that city. .' ) . . The Rev. Dr. A. C. Shuman went to Sandusky , and. Fremont . today to arrange for the obsequies. WATERLOO WOMAN DIES 1 (Continued from first page) , con-of or-tracted Kandlat- Hulett, Wyoming, survive. ' ; : s Mrs. Beidler with her late husband, joined the Waterloo Methodist church under v the pastorate - oT Rev. : Clark Skinner, and until falling health overtook overtook them thew . were active in ' the church work, s She was also ; one of the early . members 'J of . the ; Minerva Club,, the oldest , .woman's ; club , 'in Waterloo, and also a charter member and the first president of the W. C., at . Notre Dame. No.. 27 of Waterloo until she : became too feeble to attend the meetings. ' 'The subject of this sketch will be remembered - as ' one of s. the1 pioneer was a kind', neighbor, a devoted ' wife and ( mother and always held in affection affection those near and dear to her. ST. MICMAEL3.NEWS l . Special Correspondence X. : St. Michaaels. July 1 The' Misses Agnes and Esther - May went to Buffalo, Buffalo, N.'T Saturday for a visit with their uncle, Michael - May and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Relnig motored to Jackson, Mich., on a business trip last Tuesday. . .. Mr. ' and.; Mrs". Tom". Schntitt ' and daughter Genevieve of Pierceton. were Sunday visitors of the Frank Gfeller -family. -family. 'r'r x-y x-y x-y Frank O. Shoudel left last Sunday morning, for a. few weeks stay with relatives and friends at Buffalo, N. Y. .. Rev. John Dapp, ; of Fort Wayne called ' on his father . and sister Sun day evening. . "' ? ' . - Rer. Herman J. " Miller conducted 'services at St, Michaels' Sunday and also ' delivered -the -the sermon. . Mrs. Frank Winkler and children of South , Bend, are visiting - here with relatives. ..''., '- '- ' . I. .-.'. .-.'. .-.'. Quite a number of he parish at tended the ceremonies of consecration 'of : Rt. Rev. John F. ; Noll, " as Bishop of the Fort, Wayne diocese,'; Tuesday. . Mr. , and Mrs. - Walter? Relnig -and -and Mrs.: - Michael Relnig ;: risited Miss Helen' Relnig, now Sister ,M." Novella, f ; ..Till , Family to Hold : Reunion ' The annual reunion of the Till fam ily ; will be held; in: Waterloo on Sun- Sun- oper- citizens of Waterloo, always ready and day, July 12. H- H- Mre. Carl Voss J; and j willing to do .what she could ; to help : Mrs. Warren ''; Harpsterl jwIII be : the vwu.v am w j-.w j-.w j-.w : vrv wt.v, . uvdiooooo . jiu r uo. "-reuuiuu "-reuuiuu "-reuuiuu - Wiu Uo She did her part and did it well. She held in the town halL .