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 - PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT Deaths ftftd W. Fred W....
PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT Deaths ftftd W. Fred W. Ortmeier, 7S, of 12<K West Harrison street, ft retired farmer, died at 10 o'clock last night at his home. His wife, the former Mary Eiseman, whom he married Feb. 14, 1899, in Loran township died Sept, 21 of this year. Born Nov. 20, 1867, in Germany, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ortmeier, Fred Ortmeier came with his parents to the United States when he was three months old. He farmed for years in Loran and Kent townships. Stephenson county, and moved to Freeport 21 years ago. Survivors Include two sons, HoIIis of West stcphenson street road, and Rollie of 329 West Spring street; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Heyer of Pearl City, Mrs. Howard Trost of Lena, and Mrs. William Wenger of Stockton. A brother, George, Cedar- vllle road, also survives. Two children, three sisters and two brothers died previously. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at the Elch- meler & Becker funeral home. Rev. T. 8. Bolton, Peafl City, pastor of the Lutheran church, will officiate, and burlftl will be In Kent Lutheran cemetery. Mr. Ortmelc.r's body will be brought to hlfi home Friday morning and will remain there until 10 ft. m. Saturday. Mr*. LonlM Schmld Monroe, Wls., Nov. 1— Mrs. Louisa Schmld, 77, was found dead In her home In Clnrno township about 4:30 Tuesday. Mrr. Hchmld had suffered an attack of heart dispose and was thought to have died about 3 p.m. Born In Oneno township, Stnph- enson county, Illinois, Doc. 28, 1808, Louisa Timm was the daupthter of William and Dorothea Pnnlzke Tlmm. She WB.S mnrrled to Fred W. Schmld Jnn. 2, 1890, and they lived one year at Elgin, In., before moving to the present farm. Mrs. Schmld was a member of East Clarno Evangelical church and a charter member of the missionary missionary society. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Henry Qempcler, Monroe; one foster daughter, Mrs. John Oobell, Monroe; three brothers, brothers, Henry, Clarno, William, Freeport, Freeport, and Edward, Elk<Mound, Wls.; three sisters, Mrs. Albert Zllmcr. Waterloo, la., Miss Tlcna Tlmm, Clarno, and Mrs. Millie Kaiser, Olendale, Calif.; 11 grandchildren

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 07 Nov 1946, Thu,
  3. Page 15

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