Clipped From The Delphos Courant
THE DELPHOS COURANT MRS. OH, SR. DIES SUDDENLY Death of Mrs. Joseph Ott Occurs Saturday Evening at Home - of Daughter in Wapakonet, O., — Husband and Nine Children Survive — Funeral in Wapak- , oneta — Burial In Immacultc Conception Cemetery, Botklns. Mrs. Joseph Ott, Sr., di.ed suddenly Saturday at Sil5 p. m. at the .homts of her daughter, Mrs, lUiesell Loyer, 606 R. Auglaize street, sWapakon'eta. .She had snf- ttered a- stroke In February white fhe was living 1 In Bradenton, Flor- Jda, where they had made their 4iome»for the past fifteen years. ; J Mrs. Ott was 70 years o£ ag.-j Varch -11, On January 11, 194S, .Mr. and .Mrs., Ott .had celebrated ,wedding anniversary nt their home in Bradenton. .Surviving in addition to Mr. Ott, are nine children, Carl and Andrew, Botkins; Joseph, Jr., Delphos; Roy, Wapakoneta, "Bud," Dayton, Mrs. H. E. Yock, Brooksviilel, Ohio; Mrs. Lymar Sibert and Mrs. Russell Loyed, Wapakoneta j Mrs: Don Palmer, Fort Wayne, 27 grandchildren, and 35 great grandchildren. Nephew Dies In St. Marys Mrs. Ernest Ford has received word that her nephew, Louis Teegardin died Friday at his home in St. Marys. Funeral services will be held there Monday. Mrs. Krugh At Home Of Sister Mrs. Eugene Krugh was removed from Memorial hospital, Lima, to the home of her sister, ,712 Franklin street, Lima, on Sunday.