Clipped From Delphos Daily Herald
DEATH BFMRS.THW Angina Pectttris Causes Death Early Early Monday Morning of Mrs. , Minnie ThGirtas t Well-Knovvh Go- rtier Resident — Mrs. Samuel Roberts is Sister — Services at Gomer Wednesday Afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Thomas, well known in Gomer and vicinity, died suddenly suddenly at the darner telephone exchange exchange at 5:10 a. m. Monday. Her deaV.li was attributed to angina peqtoris. Mrs. Thomas and her daughter, who operate the exchange, were spending the night there when Mrs. Thomas became ill. Mrs. Samue,l Samue,l Roberts, North Maple st.reelt, is a sister. Minnie Watkins \yas born at .Lealhenvood on January Ifi, 1877, the daughter of .William and Margaret Margaret Waltkins. For a numiber of years, she taught school. Her marriage marriage to Edward J. Thomas occurred on June 21. 1900. The death of Mr. Thomas took place suddenly ?-i May 22, 1941. Mrs. Thomas was a member of the Gomer Presbyterian church, the Ladies' Missionary Society and the Westminster Guild. Her entire IKe ->vas spent in the Gomer vicinity. •SSuryfftviing are t|»ijt"ee children, iMrs. Margaret Steiner, Lima; J- Wilbur Thomas, Lima; and Mildred Mildred Thomas, alt home; a grandson, Thomas Steiner; two .brothers and a sister, Mrs. Samuel Roberts.^Delphos; Roberts.^Delphos; J. H. Watkins, Leathenwood; and Emmet Watkins, Van Wert. Services will be held at the Presbyterian Presbyterian church in Gomer at 2:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The pastor, the Rev. Mark L. Andrews, will officiate. Interment will be in Gomer cemetery.