Sarah Weyandt Obit - Grandpa's aunt
FUNERAL OF MRS. BLACK HELD AT ELDORADO HOME ' The funeral services of Mrs. Sarah A. (Weyandt) Black,' wife of Professor Professor M. W. Black of 1101 Fifty- eighth street, Eldorado, were conducted conducted yesterday afternoon at the late liomc. The service was in charge of tier pastor, Rev. ' Dr. Marlon Justus Kline, pastor of the First Lutheran church of this city with which congregation congregation tho deceased had been actively actively identified for years. During the course of the funeral service two selections were sung by Mrs, H. C. Dern, these being "Lead Kindly Light" and "There's a Beautiful Beautiful Land on High," the latter liymn In particular having been a favorite of Mrs. Black's. Following tho services at tho house private interment was made In Carson Valley cemetery. Pallbearers who served were all nephews of tho deceased and they included included the following: Frank Kauffman Kauffman of Catfish, W. C. Weyandt of Pittsburgh, Orville Weyandt of this city, J. E. Impor of Somerset, Cyrus Imler of Osterberg and Charles Imloi 1 of this city. There was an exceptionally large profusion of flowers sent by friends and church organizations with which Mrs. Black had been affiliated. Beautiful Beautiful tokens of esteem in the form of floral tributes were sent" by the First Lutheran Sunday school,' the Ladies' Aid society of the congregation, congregation, the Henry Baker Bible class of which Professor Black Is a member and by the Brehman Bible class of the church of which the deceased was a long and faithful member. The funeral funeral was in charge of Mrs. Black's two grandsons, John J. Hickey and T. O'Neill Hickey.