FUNERAL FOR AGED SHOEMAKER D W Teghtmeyer (Friday, 26 September 1924, page 7, column 4)
MIDDLETOWN . FUNERAL FOR EMAKER "MIDDLETOWN, Sept. 26. The f u- u- neral services for Daniel W. Teght- Teght- meyer, 82 years old, who died at the home of his sister, Mrs. E, C. Bnnser,, on North Union street yesterday, following following a paralytic stroke, will be held . nn MnnrfAv nft.nmoon at 2 o'clock from his sister's home. The Rev. J. Russell Bucher, pastor of the Church of God, will officiate. Burial in the Midaie-town Midaie-town Midaie-town Cemetery. He was a shoemaker by ' trade and was born and reared in this vicinity and in 1878 he moved his family to Ida Grove, Iowa, where he resided until 1016, when he returned to this place and made his home with his sisters: Mrs. Emma Haenlin. Mrs. C. H. Hof-fer, Hof-fer, Hof-fer, Mrs. E. C. Brinser, who survive him', and a brother, Philip Teghtmeyer, of South Dakota. ' ' , . " . . He also leaves a widow and the following following children: Charles Tebhtmeyer, David Teghtmeyer, Henry Teghtmeyer, Mrs. Sherman Huchins, Mrs. James Guthridge, Miss Mary Tegtmeyer, all residing in Iowa.