CHRISTIAN, Emma 1874-1928, Obituary
home Tuesday at 7:30 p. m vlth the Rer. George S. Henninger and the Her. J. W. McFaH, olficlatlng. A sec ond serrice will be held at the Chase Chapel at Logansport Wednesday at 2 p. vu with burial In the Bethel cemetery In Cass County. r. R, Rigrish Killed in Texas. F. Roy Rlgrl&h. 2351 Washington boulevard, was crushed to death vhen an automobile In which he was riding overturned Sunday near Dallas. Tex. Harry McNair, 242 East Twelfth street, driver of the car. was only illzhtly Injured." Funeral arrange ments for Rlgrlsh. hare not been completed completed pending arrival of the body. Mr. Rlgrlsh operated a wholesale drug sundries business, tie was nurty - iive years old snd xonxerly lived in Mar UnsvUle before he came to Indiana - polls seven years ago. He was born in Gordon City. Kas and four 'years azo married Miss Virginia Gertz, In lanapolls. Ees;qes ue wioow, ne u surrlved by his mother, Mrs. David W. Rlgrlsh. MxrunsvlUe V ' a ster. urs. Earl M. 6Uer. Indianapolis, and an uncle, W1";n Winter, of Maruns - Mrs. Emma Christian mea. Mrs. rT" - Christian. - age fifty - three, wife of Eugene J. Christian. 410. Sanders street, died at St. Vincent's Hospital. Sunday, after a short Illness. Illness. Funeral serrlces - wO be held Wednesday, at 9:30 a. m, at the home and at 10 a. nu. In Holy Cross Cath - olic church. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery. Mrs. Christian was born In Bsden, Oermany. and came to the United States when she was nine years old with her parents. John and Rcgina Plerrer. She was mar rled in 1301. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic church. Be sides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. E. R. Morrison, of Chicago, and Miss Mary Christian, of Indianapolis; her father, who lives in Brownstown: five sisters. Mrs. Theresa Els trod, Mrs. R. H. Over - street. Mrs. M. S. Waskom, Mrs. W. S. Pounds and Miss Inez Plerrer. all of Indianapolis, and two brothers. John and Martin Pferrer, of Brownstown, Last Bites for Mrs. Flogsterth. Funeral services far Mrs. Catherine Flogsterth. age ninety - seven, a native of Germany and the widow - of Victor Plogsterth. widely known stone mason in Indianapolis many years ago. who died Sunday at her home, 52? North Davidson street.. after a short nines, win be held Tuesday at 2 p. tn. at the home. The Rer. George P. KehL pastor of St. John's Reformed church, win conduct the serrlces and burial wd be In Crown Hill cemetery. Mrs. Plogsterth was born in Osnabruck. Germany, and came to the United States when she was seventeen years old. She had lived in Indianapolis for the last sixty - eight years. She is survived survived by a daughter, Mrs. Emma Rentier: Rentier: a son. Louis Plogsterth. and a granddaughter. Miss Catherine Ren - ner, all of Indianapolis.