Jacksonville Daily Journal,April 15, 1934 pg 2
•SUNDAY, APRII. 15 , Wl j j RAPP FUNERAL TO BE HELD MONDAY The sudden death of Mrs. M. Deem Rapp, which occurred Friday afternoon afternoon at her home. 72n Jordan street, was due to a stroke of apoplexy, a coroner's jury derided Saturday morning. morning. Tl«' inquest was conducted by Coroner K O. Sample at 10 o'clock at ;he A O. Cody funeral home. Mr. Rapp testified that he csme home about 4:40 o'clock and was unable unable to find his wife, who he was sure was somewhere about, the premises He made a search and discovered her lying on the floor of the pantry. She had opened th* door to the lee box, and had evidently (alien as ««hr was about to remove some of the contents. contents. Mr. Rapp summoned two neighbors, Mrs. Anna Strindberg and Mrs Emma Emma Taylor, and also I)r. T O. Hardesty. Hardesty. Mrs. Rapp ass removed to a rou h. where Dr. Hardesty made an examination and pronounced her dead. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs Strand- ! berg also testified to these facts, j Dr. Hardesty testified that the stroke, which was a sudden hem- morhage in the brain, had caused istant death. It was brought out th«T Mrs. Rapp had been In falling health for about two years, and had suffered from high blood pressure. Members of the jury were L. B Turner, foreman; George M Fuhr. A 0. Jantzen. J. T. Mathers. A. W Walt man and George Dewees, with Miss Helen Ward as stenographer. Funeril services will be held at 10 o'clock Monday morn in« from the Arthur G. Cody iunernl home M charge of Rev. C. H. Thrall, with in- 1 ferment In Arcadia cemetery The bndv will be taken to the rest- donre. 723 Jordan street, this morn- I ing- Your vote for Relph W. Green for Alderman First Ward, is a vote for Jacksonville. Jacksonville. «P!