Crescenz Balluff obit
mm , CONRAD SCHMIDT. E. mo-! QUO.IS ST. HAD LIVEI) i HEUK 7.1 YEAHS. ! Mrs. Conrad Schmidt, a.'rea.^nt of KreepnrV for seventy-five leai 5 ;, passed away at her homo, 71511 I> o-'. quois Street, yesterday, on th« eighty' seventh.anniversary of her b.ith. Crescent Balluff was Irjrn n NCAI- hausefli/.AV.urtlenibergf. Cte'rmany, on February ;8. ]S3?i emigrating to America AVith her family when a child'of nine, years: and with the ex- 1 ception of a few years spent In Mew York state, she. has made her home in Ffeeport ever since. On July 4, 1S6-I, she wa.s united in marriage wlt-h Conrad Schmidt, and to this union were born five children, one of whom, Mm. Margaret Mayer, passed away three years ago. There are left to mourn: *The Mls^esr Ma- t'ildachd Theresa ''Schmidt and Julius SehiViidti of this city; Albert, of Concord, Concord, California: together wifh. the following stepchildren: llrs.; John Schneider, Tleiu-y and . • Conrad Schneider of'Kreeport, and 'John S., of Burley,' Idaho." Orfc son, George J., of this city, passed away last March. "While an invalid for the past thirteen, thirteen, years, Mrs. Schmidt was able to be.up and around her home each- day until four weeks ago, when she had a, fall and as a result' of the shock failed steadily until the end. Kindly.and sympathetic by nature, she was always ready to do what she .could for others "while in ^her immediate immediate family clrela she knew no distinction and the memory oC-her beautiful life is a heritage- to bfe treasured Always. '' , , Services will be held at the late home on' "Wednesday iafJernodH. ttb 2:30 o'clock, Dr. D. -I,,. AtcXary. of I'Mrst "Presbyterian church, ,t> ate. . ' ' • ' "• .