Mary Bangert Strohmeier
i o m and an received " office--the In FT. RUSSELL, Funeral Services For Mrs. Mary Strohmeier to Be Conducted Sunday. Mrs. Mary Strohmeier, 69, died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Heepke in Ft. of complications of old age. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon from the Heepke residence at 1 o'clock followed by services at the Eden Evangelical Churclv at 2 o'clock, with Rev. H. Bredehoeft officiating. Buiial will in the St. James Cemetery. Mrs. Strohmeier was bom in Hessen Daimstadt, Germany, August 1853, the daughter of Mr. and Carl Bangert. She came to America with her parents when one year age. She was confirmed at the Evangelical Chinch April 22, 1878. Her marriage to Henry Strohmeier occuned October 18, 1883. He pre- coded her in death 25 years ago. Ten children were bom to this union, two djing in infancy. Those surviving aro Mrs. Anna Rode, Strohmeier, William Strohmeier, Mrs. Louis Dustman, Heimau Strohmeier, Strohmeier, Mis. Grace Schaake, Mrs. Katie Heepke, Mrs. Minnie Bartels, all of tins vicinity. She also sister, Mrs. William Pape oC 111., one brother, Chailes Bangert Troy, 40 Grandchildien and four great giandchildren.