Clipped From Jefferson City Post-Tribune
au- now at for from HI HERE TODI1Y Aged, Esteemed Woman Passed Away Following Lingering Illness. WAS PROMINENT IN CATHOLIC CHURCH Helped Organize Sodality and Sacred Heart League At I. C. Church. a call Mrs. Jack Renn, aged and well- known woman of . this city, this afternoon at 2 o'clock at home, 724 East Miller, following lingering illness. She had been confined to her bed for several weeks. Mrs. Renn, who was 74 years old, had made her home in this county all her life. She was born in Cole County August 11, 1858, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schwaller. In 1881 she was married In this county to Mr. She is survived by her bereaved husband and five children: Alfred F. Renn, prominent Washington Park grocer; Joe E. Renn, of St. -Louis; Mrs. Charles Trulove, Mrs. Elsie Boester and Mrs. E. Smith of St. Louis. One Frank Schwaller, of this city, also survives. Mrs. Renn was a Jlfelong and consistent Catholic and at the of her death was an active and influential member of the Immaculate Conception Church. She was one of the organizers of St. Ann's Sodality and the Sacred Heart League of her church and gave untiringly of her time and work both organizations. She was esteemed for her interest in charity and projects designed to help others and will be mourned by knew her. :The body was taken to the mbre-Gordon -Parlors this" after- 'noori and will be removed to home tomorrow morning. While definite arrangements have not been made pending word from relatives, the funeral will take place from the Immaculate Conception Church and burial will be made St. Peter's Cemetery.