Wesley P. MINNICK, dairyman, living in the Rebert Pike, died at 8:30 o'clock Saturday night at his home. He was 63 years old and well known throughout the county. He is survived by his father, Isaiah MINNICK, a sister, Mrs. Jacob BROADSTONE of Tremont city, and a brother, Walter MINNICK who also lives on the Rebert Pike. He was a member of the First Lutheran Church and a member of Springfield council of the Jr. O.U.A.M. Funeral announcements will be made later.
Mrs. Effie M'Lean (should be McLean) Claimed by Death--Mrs. Effie V. McLean, 37, wife of T. T. McLean, car distributor of the Big Four railroad, died Monday night at her home, 326 West Columbia street, of paralysis. She sustained the first stroke one year ago, the second last Saturday and the third Monday morning. Mrs. McLain (should be McLean) had been in poor health for the last four years. She was born in Pine Run, Ohio, and had made this city her home for several years. She leaves her husband T. T. McLain (should be McLean). The funeral will be held at the residence Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Burial will be at Mansfield.
Mae L. Fuller, the three months old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fuller, died Wednesday, February 4, 1920 at the home of her parents, 1220 West Pleasant street. Funeral services will be held at the residence Friday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be made in the Enon cemetery.
Portions of the left side of this obit cut off. Full copy can be ordered from the Clark County Library Page 1. Isaac W. RODGERS, 83, president.....The Patric Furnace Company.....life-long resident of Spring-....d died at his home, 206 North ...estone street Friday evening at ....o'clock. He had been ill but.....weeks. Mr. RODGERS was actively con...ted with the Patric Furnace....pany, was president of the ....rge H. Mellen company and di-.....or of the Springfield Dairy ....ducts company. He was one of the charter mem-.... of the Second Presbyterian....rch and as an elder in the ....ch for many years. He recently .....iated with the Northminster.....sbyterian church. Mr. RODGERS was one of the .....ders of the American Seeding .....hine company which at that ..... was known as the Ferrlll-...low-Rodgers company. He is survived by one sister, Miss ...ces RODGERS of this city. Three ....hers preceded him in death.
Portions of the left side of this obit cut off. Full copy can be ordered from the Clark County Library. Page 1. William Daniel PIPER, 72, vice-...dent of the Patric Furnace ..pany died Friday evening at ... o'clock at his home, 373 Stan-.... avenue. Mr. PIPER spent his ..... boyhood in Maryland and ...... for several years a principal ...... Sharpsburg and Hagerstown, .....yland schools. He came to this ....... in 1882 to accept a position .......the Patric Furnace company .... later became its vice president. .......PIPER was a member of ......mpion City Council, United .....mercial Travelers and the Ma-.....lodge. ......was a devoted member of ..... Northminster Presbyterian .....ch in which he served as clerk ....3 session and elder. Piper was married in 1873 to Miss Frances Adella LONGWELL ...ew York. He is survived by .... daughter, Miss Mary S. PIPER ..is city, and one son, and Rob-.... PIPER of Milwaukee. He also .....s six brothers; L. H. PIPER of .....psburg, Maryland, E. H. PIPER..... O.C. PIPER of Pittsburg; C. M. ....... of Altoona, Pa; J. A. PIPER ......enia; B. J. PIPER of Cincinnati; ..... one sister, Mrs. Laughty IRWIN ....harpsburg, Maryland and two ......dchildren.
Portions of the first paragraph of this article is cut off. Full copy can be ordered from the Clark County Library. Page 1. Thomas L. BALES, 65 died at ......... He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Della BALES; two daughters, Mrs. Grace JOHNSON of California, and Mrs. Lewis M. MOORE of Bellefontaine, and one son, Bushnell F. BALES of Osborn. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at three o-clock at the Jackson and Coffman funeral home. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Page 1. Jacob VONHUBEN, 77, veteran of the Civil war, died Friday night at 11 o'clock at his home in Snow hill. He was a member of the First Lutheran church and the Grand Army of the Republic. He was born in Springfield and had lived here all his life. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth VONHUBEN; one daugher, Mrs. James EVANS, and two sons, Frank and William VONHUBEN of this city. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the residence. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Page 1. Mrs. Anna VETTER HUFFMAN died Friday of pneumonia at her home in Dayton. She had been ill but nine days. Besides her husband, Arthur HUFFMAN of Dayton she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip VETTER and one sister, Mrs. Ralph EBERSOLE of this city. Her body will arrive in Springfield Saturday evening and will be taken to the home of her parents in Cottage Grove, South Yellow Springs street. Funeral services will be held at the St. Raphael church Monday at 9 a.m.
Page 1. Miss Minnie M. SHARP, 17, died at her home, 626 West Main street, Saturday morning. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William SHARP of Cove, Ohio and four sisters all of Jackson. She was employed by the Robbins and Myers company. The body will be shipped to Jackson Monday at 7:30 a.m. where the funeral and burial will......(rest of obit cut off. Full copy can be ordered from the Clark County Library).
Page. 1. Daniel H.* ALT, 83, died Friday evening at his home 457 1/2 East Main street. Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons, John H. ALT of this city, Michael W. ALT of Clifton and Charles L. ALT of Camp Funston, Kansas. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at the residence. Burial will be made in Fletcher cemetery. Additional Information from Submitter. Jane Martin Whitty (firstname.lastname@example.org): Middle initial should be D, not H. Middle name was Drew. He was a civil war veteran having served 1861-1865 in the 44th O.V.I. and later veteranized as the 8th O.V.C. of Springfield. Source: History of Clark County, Ohio by W. H. Beers, pub 1881. Biography of Daniel D. ALT
Mrs. Anna Better HUFFMAN died Friday of pneumonia at her home in Dayton. She had been ill but nine days. Besides her husband, Arthur HUFFMAN of Dayton she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip BETTER and one sister, Mrs. Ralph EBERSOLE of this city. Her body will arrive in Springfield Saturday evening and will be taken to the home of her parents, in Cottage Grove, South Yellow Springs street. Funeral services will be held at the St. Raphael church Monday at 9 a.m.
Miss Minnie M. SHARP, 17, died at her home, 626 West Main street, Saturday morning. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William SHARP of Cove, Ohio, and four sisters all of Jackson. She was employed by the Robbins and Myers company. The body will be shipped to Jackson Monday at 7L30 a.m. where the funeral and burial will take place.
Mrs. Mary Edna MCKEEVER, 32, died at her home in the Miller road Friday evening at 9:30 o'clock. She is survived by her husband, Richard L. MCKEEVER r, and three children, Emory, Esther and Eugene MCKEEVER. She also leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith of North Hampton, and one sister, Mrs. Effie COLLISON of North Hampton.
Funeral services for Wilbur D. CHASE, 29, who died Friday, February 6, 1920, at his home, 229 South Plum St., of pneumonia, will be deferred until the recovery of Mrs. CHASE, who is ill with influenza. The body was taken to the Schaefer funeral home.
Funeral services for Mrs. Edna MCKEEVER, 32, who died at her home in Miller Rd., Friday, Feb. 6, 1920, at 9:30 pm, will be held Tuesday at 2:30 pm at the Jackson and Coffman funeral home. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Funeral services for Charles A. ALTHOUSE, who died Saturday, Feb. 7, 1920, at the St. Francis Hospital, Columbus, will be held Wednesday at 1:30 pm at the residence, 18 W. North St. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
RADER - Funeral services for Mrs. Ida RADER, who died Saturday, Feb. 7, 1920, at the city hospital, will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at the residence, 1022 Kelly Ave. Services will be in charge of Fidelia Rebekah lodge No. 12. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Perry MOORE, 27, died at his residence, 421 E. Columbia St. of influenza and pneumonia. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home, at which place the funeral will be held Tuesday at 2:30 pm. Burial wil be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Elmer GRAHAM, 46, died at the city hospital Friday, Feb. 6, 1920, of influenza. Funeral services will be held at 10 am Tuesday at the residence, rear 826 W. North St. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Allen HOWARD, 30, of 1737 Columbus Ave., died at the city hospital Friday, Feb. 6, 1920, at 1:40 am of pneumonia. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 am at the residence. Burial will be made in Newcomer's cemetery.
Andrew SMITH, aged 82 years, died at 11 am Sunday, Feb. 8, 1920, at the county infirmary of pneumonia, after a brief illness. For ten years he had been a resident of the institution. The body was taken to Patterson's undertaking parlors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
"R. L. King received a telegram Monday evening stating that his brother, D. Ward King, died suddenly at Hotel Marquett in St. Louis, Missouri, at noon Monday. Mr. King left at 9:00 P.M. Monday to meet the widow of D. Ward King and her members of the family and assist in making arrangements for the funeral. While Mr. King had been in ill health for several years he was able to attend to his own business. Just what caused his death is unknown as the telegram received simply announced his death. D. Ward King was known all over the world as the inventor of the split-log drag. He invented the drag and gave it to all persons for the improvement of the roads. Letters were received by Mr. King from persons in different countries complimenting him upon his method of road treatment. Several years ago Mr. King directed the improvement of the roads across the state of Iowa in one day. The improvement was from Omaha to the Mississippi river. Mr. King left his home at Maitland, Missouri, Saturday and was in St. Louis to attend a meeting of the directors of the Farmers Federal Loan Bank, of which he was an officer, when he was taken suddenly ill. Mr. King was born in Springfield, Ohio, October 27, 1857. He was a son of the late R. Q. King. His education was obtained in the Public Schools here and in Wittenberg College. Last November Mr. King was in this city visiting R. L. King and family and other relatives. D. Ward King is survived by his widow and 4 children: Miss Reed King, Mrs. Miriam Caywood and David Bryant King of Maitland, Missouri, Dr. Robert Q. King, of Omaha, Nebraska; Colonel David King, an Uncle; Miss Jennie King, an Aunt; Mrs. George Brain, a cousin; Dr. D. King Gotwald, a cousin; Mrs. H. J. Warrick, a sister and R. L. King all of this city."
Additional Information: David Ward King died February 9, 1920, in Saint Louis, Missouri while attending a directors' meeting for the Farmers Federal Land Bank. David Ward King's middle name comes from, close family friend (long story), Isaac Ward, on whose farm Wittenberg University is now located. The Ward Street that runs through Wittenberg takes its name from Isaac Ward. David Ward King and my grandfather, Robert Leffler King built the Arcue ("RQ", "Robert Quigley") Building at Fountain and High, which they named after their father, Robert Quigley King (who developed much of downtown Springfield and was second Fire Chief of Springfield). As the obituary mentions, David Ward King was the inventor of the long-forgotten "King Road Drag", which improved country roads so much, that contemporary sources credit him with making possible the advent of the automobile. While history has long pretty much passed him by, he was very famous in his day.
C. Charles Hornberger, age 27 died at hull hospital Wednesday noon of pneumonia. He was taken to the hospital on Saturday. The body was taken to the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Hornberger, 206 North Greenmount Avenue, because of the serious illness of his wife at their home, State and Franklin streets. Besides his wife he leaves three children, James, William and Carmella Hornberger, three brothers, Henry, Martin and Robert Hornberger two sisters, Mrs. Mary Zugelder and Mrs. Rose Horst and his mother, Mrs. Mary Hornberger. Mr. Hornberger was a lifelong member of the St. Bernard church and was a member of the South Side Dairy Company. Funeral services will be held at 8L30 o'clock Friday morning at St. Bernard church and burial will be made in St. Bernard cemetery
Mrs. Louise Dorothea Sophia Reich, wife of August Reich, died at her home, 136 Rice street, at 8 o'clock Thursday morning after an illness of one month. She was 56 years old. Mrs. Reich was a faithful member of the St. John's Evangelical church and of the Ladies' Ad society and when in good health, rarely missed church services. She was born in German and came to the United States in 1882, coming direct to Springfield with her husband. Besides her husband, she leaves one daughter, Mrs. Fred Mitchell; one son, max, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the home at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon in charge of Rev. Paul Pfeiffer, pastor of St. John's Evangelical church. Burial will be made in Ferncliff.
Fall From Wagon Results In Death falling from a load of fodder and fracturing a rib which pierced his liver, Samuel YARGER aged 63, died at his home in New Carlisle Monday, from complications which were the direct results of the accident. Following the injury, dropsy set in which finally caused his death, his wife died just 4 weeks ago. His funeral services will be held at the house at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial in New Carlisle cemetery. Additional Information by Submitter RSchee5207@aol.com - wife was Elizabeth MICKEL YARGER)
Mrs. Mary Jane Knott 79, died Thursday at 12:05am at her home, 423 West Clark street. She was a member of the Women's Relief corps. She is survived by three sons; R. S. Knott and Leslie - Knott of Springfield and David Knott of Cedarville. Additional Information: R. S. Knott would be Remine Stoffle and the other two males are in the Samuel J. and Mary J Knott family.
Mrs. Elizabeth JUNG, aged 40 years, died at her home in East Fourth Street Sunday at 8 p.m. She had been in ill health for about four years. Besides her husband Jacob JUNG, she is survived by seven children, Robert, Helen, Stanley, Dorothy, Louis, Raymond and Carl, all at home.
Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth JUNG, 40, who died at her home in East Fourth Street Sunday, May 30, 1920, at 8 p.m. will be held Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. at the St. Bernard Church. Burial will be made in St. Bernard Cemetery.
Jones, Barbara A. - Mrs. Barbara A. Jones, wife of John Jones, of McKay, died at the home of her son, W. R. Jones, near Synagogue church, Friday evening at 11:45 o'clock. Deceased was aged 83 years, 10 months and 24 days and had been in failing health for the past two years. She leaves to mourn her departure, her aged husband, one son and three daughters, W. R. Jones, and Mrs. William Horn, of McKay; Mrs. J. H. Butler and Mrs. J. J. Miller, of Akron. She is also survived by the following brothers, John Carpenter, of Croton; George Carpenter, of Honeycreek; David Carpenter, of Savannah; Frank Carpenter, of Hayesville and one sister, Mrs. Samuel Leidigh, of Ashland. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Grace Netro, were held at the McKay church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in the McKay cemetery. Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Typed by Shelley Hill. [Loudonville Democrat: Thursday, 3 June 1920]
Wilbur BOOLMAN, aged 26 years, who suffered serious burns Wednesday while working on a primary fuse box in the yards of the Wickham Piano Plate Company, died at the city hospital at 4 o'clock Thursday morning. He was an employee of The Springfield Light, Heat and Power Company. Mr Boolman was married one year ago. Besides his wife, he is survived by four sisters, Mrs America WEBB of Detroit, Mrs Della LONEY, Mrs Helen SCHAAL, and Miss Mary BOOLMAN all of Springfield. The body was taken to his home, 428 W Mulberry St.
Calvin Floyd CALLISON died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Oron EBERSOLE (Hazel) in North Hampton, Friday morning, September 3, 1920. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Donnelsville cemetery.
Calvin Floyd CALLISON died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Oron EBERSOLE in North Hampton, Friday morning, September 3, 1920. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Donnelsville Cemetery.
Funeral services for Noah FOLTZ, 68 who died Thrusday, September 2, 1920 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Maude WIANT, 314 Stanton Avenue, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church at Concord. Burial will be made in Concord cemetery. Short services will be held at the Wiant residence in charge of Rev C.D. Munsey and the party will leave at 12:15 o'clock for Concord. Friends are asked to omit flowers.
David CALLISON, retired farmer, commits suicide Funeral services for David CALLISON, 62, a retired farmer of North Hampton, who took his life by hanging, Wednesday afternoon in a barn near his residence, will be held at the residence, Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Both funeral and burial will be private. Friends, however, may view the body Friday evening and Saturday morning. Mr. CALLISON had been missing from the house for about one hour, when members of the family instituted a search. His body was found hanging from a rafter in the barn. He used a rope. Ill health is thought to have been the cause of his rash deed. Coroner H. H. Potter rendered a verdict of death by suicide. Mr. CALLISON had been active in farm bureau work of Clark County, and also other county organizations He was a member of the Junior Order, United American Mechanics of North Hampton. Mr. CALLISON had served on juries at various times. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Carrie CALLISON; one son, Fabian of North Hampton; three daughters, Mrs. Esta ENGLE and Mrs. Hazel SWARTZBAUGH of Springfield and Mrs. Mary RUNYAN of Durbin and two brothers, Emery CALLISON of Springfield and Neven CALLISON of North Hampton.
Mrs. Mary Ellen LOONEY, 63, died Thursday morning at 2 o'clock at her home, 251 East Pleasant Street. She was the wife of John LOONEY. Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Wilber FINRAN and Mrs. Charles HAYWARD of Springfield, and Mrs. Earl LASURE of Athens. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery. Additional information: Should be Loney.
Mrs Asenath McDONALD, 81, died Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Austin WILKINSON of north of this city on the Willow Road. She had been ill two months. Mrs. McDonald was born in Columbiana County, Ohio, but has spent practically all of her life in Clark County. She is survived by two sons, I.H. McDONALD of Springfield, and D.O. McDONALD of north of town; four daughters Mrs. Austin WILKINSON, Mrs. Winifred HOFFMAN, and Mrs. George H. HESS all of this city, and Mrs. Frank PAISIN of Boulder, Colorado. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at two o'clock at Fletcher Chapel. Burial will be made in Fletcher Chapel Cemetery.
Mrs. Fannie COOK, 79, died Wednesday afternoon at the city hospital following an operation which she underwent on Monday. She was the widow of Frank COOK who died in 1896. Mrs. COOK was born in England and came to the city in 1874 where she made her home since that time. She was a member of the Fist Lutheran Church and the Protected Home Circle. She is survived by one son, Pearl O. COOK, assistant engineer for the Kelly Springfield Motor Truck Company, and one brother, William AINGE of this city. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery.
Gladys Mae, the little seven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward ANDERSON of Pretty Prairie district, died Thursday morning of spinal meningitis after several weeks illness and unavailing efforts on the part of physicians to save the life of the child. Besides the grief sticken parents, a brother Clarence, survives. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the home, and burial will be made in Oak Dale Cemetery.
S.S. JENKINS, 72 died following long illness. Stomach trouble of a long duration caused the death of S.S. JENKINS, 72, Sunday night at his home in North Hampton. He was born in Clark County, being one of the prominent residents of Pike township. He had served as a member of the board of trustees of the township and also as clerk of the same orgainization. Mr. JENKINS belonged to the North Hampton Methodist Episcopal church and to the Independant Order of Odd Fellows of New Carlisle. three daughters, Mrs. John NEFF, of Medway, Mrs. Benjamin BOWERS of Dayton and Miss Iona JENKINS of North Hampton; one sister, Mrs. Malinda BAKER of Dialton; and three brothers, Madison JENKINS and Allen JENKINS, both of this city and Martin JENKINS of Kenton, survive. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church in North Hampton, Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Friends are requested to please omit flowers.
Herman Allan Ackerman, 61, of 1012 Villa Rd. died unexpectedly Wed., March 23, 1921, a son of Harry and Carrie (GOINGS) ACKERMAN. He had been a lifelong resident of Springfield. He was former owner of S. A. F. Implement Co.,
Inc., in Springfield. He had been an instructor for the Clark United Methodist Church. He served on the Advisory Board at Clark Co. JVS, a member of Fielding Lodge No. 192 F & AM of South Charleston. He is survived by his wife, Marian
(BOYDSTON) ACKERMAN; one daughter, Mrs. Steve (Marianne) STARCHER, Terre Haute, Indiana; one brother,
Owen ACKERMAN, Sommerford, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl (Glenna) THOMPSON, Mechanicsburg, Mrs. David
CARMAN, St. Louis, Missouri; two grandchildren, Eric and Carrie; several nieces and nephews. His body was taken to
Austin Richards and Raff Memorial Home where friends may call 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. On Friday Fielding Lodge will hold
ritualistic services at 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Memorial Home with Rev. Stephen Gill
officiating. Burial will be in Sommerford Township Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the paramedic fund.