BEIDLER, John C. - obit. #2
BUT--; . .0 -; Obituary t-'-'' .-" f.':.'. ; : John CT. Beldler, son of John and Elizabeth Beldler, was bom on a farm west of Waterloo. on .Sept. 19, 1858, and died at Waterloo, . Indv 'NoT. 24, 1925,' aged 69 years, 3 months and 5 days; ' Tor twenty-flTe i years? he . fras employed ; la' the railroad '"service, - and held his last position :,as ; tower : man for eighteen ' years. 'yyKftyil: iSM ;, For thirteen years he clerked in the drug store forh'8 -brother, . In which position he r demonstrated his ability as a business man.' i-. v.i .p'; He was united in marriave to Mary Jane Gilbert on March 10, 1887. ' ' Mr. Beidler. was a man of unusual ability, accurate and always noticing the most minute details. ' He' believed in :jtaatJc.to'lli " He was especially fond of children. At his bedside keeping watch was the wife, foster 'daughter,' Miss Maud Gilbert,' and a brother-in-law.5 Surviving 'are three brothers, Solomon , ,W. and Wesley of Waterloo, and William of : Toledo.- He : was ; a gloving , husband and stepfather and he had many friends.; ' The funeral services, .'were Jheld ' at the late home, Saturday ' afternoon; The services were In charge of Rev. J. . C i McCoy," assisted. ;hy I Rev."' C. Mr.'' Eberly ' add Rev A. J. Brown. Interment ! In' .the Waterloo cemetery. g'A -S I Cardv of ; Thanks M5 y- We ; desire V to express . bur , sincere thanks to pur friends and neighbors for. the kindness and sympathy, shown us J during J the ' illness and ; death - of Mr. 'Beidler. .r-' ' -: '.V;. :: :''H-H c - Mrs. Mary Jane Beldler ',; - - , Miss' Maud EL, Gilbert '