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aswan01a.jpg (2108 bytes)MRS. A.W. ALTHOUSE SUMMONED MONDAY [26 FEB 1945]

Upper Sandusky Woman Called In Death At Home Here [Upper Sandusky, OH]

Mrs. Albert W. Althouse, 71, died at her home on South Fourth street, at 10 o'clcok (sic), Monday morning. The funeral will be held Thursday [01 MAR 1945] afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bringman & Co. funeral home. Friends may call after 7 o'clock Tuesday [27 FEB 1945] evening at the funeral home where the body will remain. Interment will be made in Oak Hill cemetery.

The obituary will be published Tuesday.

--The Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, OH, Monday, 26 FEB 1945



Death Occurs Monday [26 FEB 1945] At Her Upper Sandusky [OH] Home

Funeral services for Mrs. Albert W. Althouse, 71, who died Monday at 10 a.m. at her home at 108 South Fourth street, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bringman & Co. funeral home, in charge of Rev. Charles Holzwarth, assisted by Rev. D.F. Brose. Interment will be made in Oak Hill cemetery. The body rests at the funeral home, and friends may call there after 7 o'clock this Tuesday [27 FEB 1945] evening. Mrs. Althouse had been in failing health for about eight years, and had been confined to her bed for the past eight weeks.

Mrs. Althouse, who was the former Della (sic) May Swan, was born February 9, 1874, three miles east of Upper Sandusky, the daughter of the late James and Angelina (sic) (Robinson) Swan. She attended the public school and also attended Ohio Northern university at Ada [OH].

She was united in marriage with Albert W. Althouse, September 23, 1897 in Upper Sandusky. The husband survives with three children: Mrs. Florence Balliet of Tiffin [OH]; Mrs. Vera Daughmer of east of Little Sandusky [OH], and [Still living] of northeast of this city [Upper Sandusky, OH]. She also leaves four grandchildren, a brother, Jesse Swan, and a sister, Mrs. Pearl Blaser, both of east of this city. Two brothers, Frank and William Swan, and a sister, Nettie Swan, have preceded her in death.

Mrs. Althouse was a member of Salem Evangelical church, east of Upper Sandusky. After moving to this city, she attended Trinity Evangelical church and became a member of the Mizpah class. Mr. and Mrs. Althouse lived all their married life on a farm six miles east of town, until nearly four years ago when they moved to their present home on South Fourth street. She leaves many friends.

--The Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, OH, Tuesday, 27 FEB 1945

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