Clipped From The Jacksonville Daily Journal
SCHUESSLER FUNERAL RITES HELD TUESDAY Bluffs, Dec. 13.—Funeral services in memory of Mrs Anna Schuessler was held in the St Johns Lutheran church at two o’clock Tuesday afternoon Words of consolation and comfort »ere spoken by the Rev. J. H. Utesch. pastor of the church of which she was a de\out member. The music was j furnished by the church quartette with Mrs. Janie Woodson as accom- j panist. Three hymns were sung. ‘ Face to Face,” Home Eternal'’ and “Nearer My o0(i t0 n4(., | ****’‘ sler, Fred Bluffs ar Death of Bluffs Resident Occurs at Home of Daughter The lovely flowers w* re cared for bj Misses Clara Ellerman. Norma Magelitz, Mildred Little and Emma Pahlman. Casket bearers were Messrs Rufus Little. Henry Ellerman. Herman Mageiitz. Herman Pahlmrin George H. Middendort and William Seeman. Interment was made in Fairvtew cemetery. Mrs. Anna Meier Schuessler passed away in the home of her daughter Mrs. Minnie Vannier Saturday evening at seven o'clock. Dec. 10. 1932. aged 78 years. Dccedent, Anna Meier was born in Hanover. Germany, Oct. 5, 1854. In 1868 she emigrated with her parents to America and settled in Scott county In the Eeter-Bluffs community. In 1875 she was united in marriauf* to Herman Schuessler. also an emigrant from Hancver who preceded her in death June 6th, 1932 For eighteen \ears. the couple re>ided n Bluffs where they retired after havuu spent the greater part of their li\«»» I on their fann one and on»* half mlk> Her i ir short duration from •'flu” and con - plications, she is survived by the following sons and daughters: Mrs Maggie Mueller, Mrs Minnie Vannier with whom she has made her home fcr the pa^t *‘x months, John Schues- * 'lei and Lout'- »11 ; ■ vtcinltj i' it seriously i'l In the Wahash hospital in Decatur and has not been advised of his mother's death.