Obituary of Mabel Tischler
HUGHESTOWN LADY Miss Maud Tlschler, aged 19 year.?, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tlschler, of Hughestown, passed away this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the family home on Hock street. The circumstances circumstances surrounding the death of this well known young woman are extremely extremely sad. Miss Tlschler was a young woman of gifted talent. She wa3 a native of Hughestown and had spent her entire life there, where she was known and loved by every resident resident of the community. She finished the public school course in Hughes - town, in the class of 1909, and in the following year became a student at the Kast Stroudsbtirg Normal school, with the intention of fitting herself for the work of a teacher. She made rapid rapid progress with her studies and finished finished the course with honor. She would have participated in the commencement commencement exercises on the 21st Inst, but three weeks ago, while at the Normal School, she was stricken with illness. She had been subject to rheumatism and the disease got such a firm hold on her system that tt affected her heart. She was ill at the Normal School for three weeks, when her condition condition became so serious that on Friday Friday last she was brought to her home, in Hughestown. Since that time she gradually weakened until the end came this afternoon. The announcement announcement of the death of a young woinan who was so popular and highly esteemed, esteemed, was a great shock to the residents of Hughistown, and the stricken family family have the sincere sympathy of many sorrowing friends in ttuir sore bereavement. bereavement. Miss Tischler was very popular with her young ' associates, over whom a shadow has been cast by her untimely death. Her intellectual gifts' made her a leader in the circles in whi - 'h she moved and there were prospects of a bright future for her. Recently she had been elected a teacher in the Hughestown schools, and looked forward to years of service service in the schools in which she had gained her early education. Besides her parents, she is survived by one sister sister and two brothers, Ithoda, Claude and tlurvld. She was a member of St Peter's Lutheran Sunday School. to to of as in '