Obituary, Elizabeth Weikart 1919

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V ' ''"V thousand and Mrs. and men parade of and the employes and roofs welcome. entering had hi humanity In front reviewing the up the he heard thousand member party had there waa In sight. president arreated 22 they had move on. houee, the J. DEATHS I PROMINENT LADY EXPIRES Wife of Henry Eckart Passes Away After Brief Illness. Un Jlarlo Eckart, wife of Henry Eckart, of 1116 West Mnln street, passed away at the lit. Joseph's hospital, hospital, at S O'clock Monday morning, after a very brief Illness. Death followed followed an operation. Mrs. Eckart wan one of the best known and prominent Indies of the city, and hod an exceptionally whJe acquaintanceship find n host ot friends. The deceased vu IS year ot age,' and wo born on Oct. X, 1873, and had maided In this city prnutlcully all her life. Bhe was th daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Frederick llolU, ot Port vvayne. TlAi,lM fliA Vi.iatHAn.l an,t viaAnlM wound - 1, )a survived by one son. Herbert, in a convalescent nospuai. hi ron here hospital occupied state the route gaily car dur He hi re the hotel for a from hi from Suffrage, by Mrs. Mrs. Dlrd a large roses In his work democracy all the his Interest V. R. R President at anchor harbor, which shin harbor Hik.u. vs anchor about It, throughout Wilson's with a all the under certain at It Onslpee. Osslpee to be Peters, and naval and color In REFORM One.) better and registration Auken - bill and measures order of bill law and In the conventions. to offer that committeemen county. district for represent. amendment bill to of 100 commissioners of highways by change on petition commis road constructed. legislature for registration bill was house and and register by Registration days, expected to a commute retained It - lt - was jrnaay. be called today, although delayed them providing Investigate welfare of the permitting suffer certain raising officials of empowering body to an assistant balloting and operation In establishing and divorce until six papers dally th stat In mu salary of IIE.000 a penalty both contest Thl when th and the session senator applies Ind., Bayard, N. M., and 'i daughter. Miss Helen, at home, mid eno brother, Robert, of Youngstown, O. The son Is on his way home. Funeral service Thursday after noon, ait z: io o clock, at toe residence. residence. Rev. Samuel Wagenhals otfl - elating, interment at JJndenwooa. Martin. , Leon A. Martin, need 12 years, ana a prominent farmer of Perry township, township, passed away jit the family home, nine miles north of Fprt Wayne, at 3:40 o'clock Monday morning - . Death followed an Illness of one year, but his condition was not serlou until several months ago. (Ie was horn and reared In Perry township, snd had resided there his entire life, and wns very nctlve In all happenings in the community, lie was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jule J. Mirtln, pioneer res idents of Perry township. The de ceased was a member of St. Vincent's Catholic church, nt Academle, and was affiliated with the various organ Izatlons of that church. He was married to Mlis Eudoxla Glrard, on June 5, 1012, who survives him, aa ao the parents, tlireo sons. Carlton. aged 6 yearn; Paul, 4; and Leslie, 3 years; two sisters. Mrs. A. J. Nomina Nomina and Mrs. August Galllaume, both of this city. Funiral service Thursday morning at 9 o'clock at tlio rosldence, and nt 9:30 o'clock ut St. Vincent's Cath olio church. The lody will be brought to Fort Wayne and placed In tne new catnolic mausoleum for rinui burial. Lauor. Following a week's Illness from in - fluenxa, Mrs. Nellie A. Lauer, aged 34 years, wife Of Edward Lauer, Is dead at the family home. 1120 Cedar streeti The decedent succumbed late Saturday afternoon at St. Joseph's nospitai Mrs. Lauer was born and raised In Jefferson township and received her education in the parochial schools ot the St. Louis Catholic church at Besancon. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olrardot. For the post ten years the decedent had. been a member of the St. Mary's Catholic cnurcti and was also affiliated with the various societies of that parish. Surviving relatives Include th husband; husband; two children, Henrietta and Robert lauer: three sisters. Mrs. Jacob Giant and Mrs. Thomas Fuel ling, of Monroevllle, and Mrs Frank Meyer, ot this city: also three broth ers. Henry and John Olrardot both of Jefferson township; and Cheater Olrardot, of Maples, Ind. The funeral service will be con ducted Wednesday morning at 8:4 o'clock at the home, and at 10: 45 o'clock at the St. Mary's Catbollo church. The Rev. Kather John H. Oechterlng will officiate, and burial will take place in the Catholic ceme tery. 8chumacnr. Mrs. Helen Schumacher, residing on Hendricks street, died Saturday night at Hope Methodist hospital. death being due to complications lot lowing an extended period of 111 health. The decedent came to the United States from her birthplace In Germany many years ago, and had resided In this city the greater part of her lifetime. She was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, and Is survived by a brother and sister, residing in Germany. Germany. The body waa removed to the Mungovan undertaking establishment to be prepared for burial. Belts. The body of Mrs. Loretta Betts. of Broeghton. Ohio, who died lata Sat urday afternoon at the Fort Wayne hospital sanatarlum, following an operation operation for - the removal of a tumor, was at 2:05 o'clock Sunday afternoon shipped by tschone and AnkenbrucK to Broeghton, where funeral services and interment will lake place. The decedent was (S years old, and was brought to the hospital February IX. Double Funeral Held Today. Double funeral services L for the Mlaaes Mallnda and Loretta.. Schmld wrhldth!a - mornlng - at - - olook at th family home on the Decatur road, and at :30 o'clock at the St. Josephs Catholic church. The Kev, Mr; Max Benxlnger officiated and burial took place In th church cemetery. cemetery. Knipstrlii. Frederick Knlpateln, aged (S years and a resident of Allen county for the past forty - five years, passed away at the family residence, near Hoagland, Saturday afternoon following following an illness of but one week In duration. Death was due to complications complications originating from Indigestion. Indigestion. The deceased was born in Germany. Surviving he leave six children: Mrs. Fred Grodrlan. of near Maples; Mrs. Otto Melche, of New Haven; Mrs, William Auman. of Fort Wayn; Charlea. at home, and William and Herman, of this city, and a daughter - in - law, Mrs. Fred Knlpsteln. of this city. There are also twenty - six grandchildren. Funeral eervlce Wednesday afternoon afternoon at 1:10 o'clock (sun time) at th residence. Bishop, Arthur D. Bishop, aged 11 years, died Monday morning at the family residence following an Illness of ten day du to Influenxa. The deceased was a member of the Son ot St. George and of the Trinity Episcopal church. Surviving h leave tha widow and on son; th father, who reald In England; two brother and three slaters. Funeral service Wednesday after noon at 1 o'clock at the residence, 1(11 Ellen street. Interment at Lin - denwood, Welgand. Suffering an attack ot heart trouble trouble at the dinner table, Sunday noon, Mr. Monica Welgand. widow of Sebastian Sebastian Welgand. died very suddenly. She seemed to fall Into a faint, but before a doctor arrived she had passed awVy. The deceased waa 7( year of ags and had realded In Fort Wayne practically all her life. Mr. Welgand 4ia a charter member of St Peter' Catholic church and alao of the Christian Mother and Sacred Heart league. She realded at 1125 Lafayette street. The husband and two children preceded her In death. The following children aurviv her: John, of Indianapolis; Otto, Frank. Joaeph and George, of thla city; Mr. Martin Onau and Mr. Adam Daub. of Goehen, and Mrs. Albert Blrkmelr. or Fort Wayne. There are also twenty grandchildren Wvikart. Mrs. Elisabeth A. Weikart wife of Maurice Weikart lilt Polk atreet a traveling salesman for Vlbery A Co, died Sunday evening at the family rcaldenee, following an lltnesa due to paralysis. Sh had resided In Allan county all her lit and wag IS yaars of age at the time of her death. The deceased waa a member of tho Precloua IllooJ Catholic church ami of the Roaary society and Hnored Heart league. Besides the husband she I sunlved by three sons. William, William, Earl and Harvy; three daughters, daughters, Mrs. Fred ItablNCh, Mrs William William McGavy and Miss Helen, all of Fort Wayne; one sister, Mrs Alice Tlenian; two brothers, Henry Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald, of this city, and Michael Flts - gerald, of Kalamaxoo. i - unerai serwcea weaneaoay morning morning at 8:30 o'clock at th. residence and at o'clock at the Precious Blood Catholic church. Interment at the Catholic cemetery. Qoahorn. Frederick Goahorn, aged SO years, died Sunday evening at the residence, H09 Spy Run avenue. Death followed followed an Illness of several weeks. He was employed as a foreman by the Mdellerlng Construction company. company. Surviving he leaves a sister, Mrs. Carrie Johnson, of Fort Wayne, and two brothers, Elmer (Joshorn, ot Fort Wayne, and Christian Goahorn. of Antwerp, Ohio. Funeral services Wednesday afternoon, afternoon, at 1 O'clock, at the resldenoe. Interment at Llndenwood. Heine. William F. Heine, aged S3 years, died Sunday evening at the family home, 1402 East Wayne street, following following an Illness of three months due to organic heart disease. The deceased deceased was a member of Lodge No. 114, I. O. O. F. Besides the wife he leaves two broiners, rrea fa. ana coward coward II. Heine, of this olty, and five sisters, the Misses Clara. Louisa and Pauline Heine and Mrs. Fred Beach and Mrs. Fred Goldman, all of Fort Wayne. Funeral service Wednesday afternoon, afternoon, at 1:10 o'clock, from the residence. residence. Interment nt Llndenwood. Tullis. John W. Tullis, aged SI years, passed away In Richmond. Two sons, Elmer and LeRoy, of Fort Wayne, survive, as do a brothel'. Grant Tullis. of this city, and a sister, Mrs. V. 11. Moore, of Toledo. The deceased was formerly employed at thelKort Wayne ltolllnr mills. The remains will be ahlnnad to Fort Wayne and will be taken 'to the Ktaehn A Melchlng chapel, where funeral services will be held Wednesday momlng at 10 o'clock. Interment at Llndenwood. Maas. Clarence C. Maas. died at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the residence of Carl Miller, 110S Well street at the age of 11 years. Death followed a brief Illness of but one week. The deceased was a contractor and was a member of Wayne camp lodge A. O. U. W., and also of the Red Men. Besides Besides th parent and the wife he Is survived by on. son, of this city, and a brother, of Toledo. O. Rsmar. David Ramer. Infant son of Mr. and Mr. Herman Ramer, passed away Sunday morning at the parent' home, at the age of 25 day. A twin later died at birth. Funeral service Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence. Interment Interment at the Catholic cemetery. Kllllan. Following an Illness of less than a week due to Influenxa, Mrs. Mabel Kllllan, wire of Mllo E, Kllllan, is dead at the family home, 1411 Boone street. The decedent succumbed shortly before 1 o'clock Sunday morning and ten minutes later, her - baby daughter, born at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, alao succumbed. The decedent waa the daughter of the late Ben Wasson, ot DeKalb oOunty, and the Kllllan family moved here only flv weeks ago from that county. Surviving relatives Include the husband, the mother and the following following children - Margaret. Dora and Robert Kllllan. Two sisters, Edith and Bertha, and one brother, Milton Wasson, all of this city, alno survive The body taken to the Get Cahlll undertaking establishment to be prepared for burial. Grimni. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. David Crlahton. formerly of this city, will be shocked to learn of the death of their daughter, Mrs. Elisabeth C. Grimm, which occurred in Cleveland. O . on Saturday. Mrs. Grimm had been ill only a few days suffering from an attack of lnnuenia. Hhe is survived by the husband and two Infant daughters. Funeral Announcements. LAUER - MRS. NELLIE Funeral, Wednesday morning at 9 45 o'clock at the residence, 1120 Cedar ntreet and at 10:46 o'clock at St Mary's Catholic church. Catholic cemetery. SPRIGGS. LUCILE IRENE Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock, from - the residence, 316 ueuta street unuen - wood cemetery. SHUMACHER. HELENA Tuesday morning at 1:20 o'clock at the resi dence, 70S West IDeWald street, and at 1 o'clock at tti Cathedral. Catholic Catholic cemetery. ' support fie or th soviet lrny lllocknilc Illy i LONDON, prominent members medical fuiultlex universities and twenty leading cltlen In addiessed a Joint Wilson and 1 neutral countries appointment ot a i perls from the Holland, ine purpose or situation in Germany. asked to designate medical expert as an the committee. "Germany has on being assured j baaed on President point. The armistice have made defense lees. In agreement to German's hunger blockade and roost crushing piled against Testimony adduced authorities in blockade cost hundred thousand MILLION (Continued of It may be may lose out on but tha prospects than they have the measure falls It will be taken by the. new practically no then. News of Hie houae com ttee million dollar bill morning by the Commerce and news Is especially Chamber of a committee of Washington last appropriation. In Body Late this Fairfield succeeded Insertion of the appropriation clause in and haa secured committee report thereon. Mr. William (Hiwclal DECATUR, Wletfeldt ;iam Chrlstianer, resident of Root morning at 4: 30 Illness of cancer. following children: Zelt, Fort Wayne; Lydia. at home. are, Fred and county; Mrs. hurst Neb.; Midland, Mich.; county; Mrs. - Wayn: Mrs. The funeral will morning at 10 o'clock, the home and Peter Lutheran township. Rev. officiate. FORMER GROWN PRINCE HEADS BAVARIAN PLOT Continued From Page One.) dependent socialists effected an amalgamation, amalgamation, organised a central council council and claimed the right to administer administer the affair of the whole of Bavaria. Bavaria. A great majority of the Bavarian were reported to resent the assumption assumption of authority by the communist elements, which are. largely non - Bavarian. For this 'reason, it was believed the country would mostly Dies In (Special DECATUR, Ruby Hendricks, of John Hendricks, night at Plant the family had usual. Sh had tuberculosis many months some time in a Cincinnati. Ohio, after summer at Oden, by the family in regular trip to the survived by the a slater, Oyneth. brought to home, for of the death waa L. A. Graham, Hendricks. Death of (Special DECATUR. Lafayette Mumma, died Sunday the home of his Mumma, In Union two yeara' Illness, com plications. never married. he leaves two ma, of Union Mumma, of Monroevllle. Harden, Is will b Tuesday o'clock from th B. chursh. j Take Baby to (special to DECATUR, Oeorg Zimmerman Wayn yesterday, brother - in - law, Wert, Ohio, she body of their little day, who died who I at th hospital. Fort Wayn, Burwell. former court reporter, of French - Thursday 7 NO March 1st Is Tax We strongly recommend this security ' per annum by check each month and ample assets, for conservative investors. Recommended by many investors. Backed by mortgages, bonds and other securities. rhis investment has THE HAWKINS See oiir nearest representative N. B. HAWKINS Conservative Investments Band and Loan Co. Stocks Government Hawkins Building, Portland, Indiana. L. R. WATERMAN, 808 Herrlson St Telephone 42S8. Fort Wayne, Ind. H. H. 211 Eaat Telephone Munola, , T

Clipped from The Fort Wayne Sentinel24 Feb 1919, MonPage 5

The Fort Wayne Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana)24 Feb 1919, MonPage 5
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