Joseph Schrimpf Obit.
to .has obligations a his senate objections and PIONEER IS DEAD JOS. SCHRIMPF Joseph Schrimpf, 86, Came to Jefferson City in an Ox-Cart HAD BEEN ILL 3 YEARS Forced'To''Retire Following Stroke of Apoplexy in 1932 Joseph Schrimpf, 86, prominent Cole county farmer, died late yesterday at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Frank Grellein 1122 East Dunklin street. He never had fully recovered from a stroke of apoplexy suffered three years ago. Schrimpf was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adain Schrimpf, and the last survivor of seven children. children. He was born in Fort Ind.. and moved here with his parents when he was a small They came here in an ox-cart Until he was forced by illness retire a few years ago, he managed a farm about two miles of Jefferson City. He was married to Miss Margaret Margaret Rackers, who preceded him in death 12 years ago. He was member of Immaculate Conception Conception church. 12 Children Survive Schrimpf is survived by 12 children, John, Anthony, and George Schrimpf, Mrs. Lawrence Raithel, j Mrs. Frank Diercks. Mrs. Frank Gretlein, Mrs. Will' Tritsch, and Mrs. Leonard Walters, all of Jef- Schrimpf, ferson City; Frank Frankfort, Ky.; Will Schrimpf, St. Louis: Mrs. James Leary. Kansas City, and Mrs. Gall of Washington.. D. C. Also surviving are 53 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren great-grandchildren and one great-great- grandchild.