Alice Heidenworth Armstrong 

contributor: Pat Drees


Mrs. Armstrong
Fire Survivor Dies
Services Friday

Mrs Alice Armstrong passed away at 10 o'clock on Tuesday morning at the home of her brother, Charles Heidenworth and family on Emery avenue, where she had been ill since Saturday due to a severe cold with complications late developing. Her condition became grave on Monday afternoon.

Decedent was born in this city 67 years ago, being a survivor of the Peshtigo Fire and had lived in this city nearly all of her life excepting a few years when she re(ided in the state of Washington.

Survivors are two brothers, George Heidenworth of Minneapolis, Charles of this clly, two nieces, Mrs, James Clow, New Holstine, and Mrs. Ernest Thorin of this city.

She was matran in the dining hall at the Girls College at Deleware Ohio, for a number of years, and for the past. five years was engaged as night attendant at the County Asylum.. She was a memberof the Woman's Relief Corps and the Eastern Star of this city.

The remains were removed to the Harper Funeral Home from where the Christian Science and Eastern Star services will be conducted at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon from the chapel. Interment will be held in the family lot in Riverside Cemetery.



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