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 - MRS. WILLIS L. RUTTER. Mrs. Rosemond Josephine...
MRS. WILLIS L. RUTTER. Mrs. Rosemond Josephine Rut-ter, Rut-ter, Rut-ter, 26, wife of Willis L. Rutter, died today at 10:25 a. m. in the City hospital. She had been ill since July and was admitted to the hospital a week ago Thursday. Death resulted from pneumonia following an operation which she underwent last Monday. Born in Newark Aug. 5, 1911, she was the daughter of George G. Ganshaw of Cincinnati and Maude (Siler) Ganshaw, native of Irville. Surviving are her husband; her parents of Newark; three brothers, Harry Ganshaw, sergeant in the U. S. army stationed' stationed' at Ft. Hayes, Columbus. John of Buckeye Lake and Ray mond or Newark; one sister, Mrs, Ethel Shoults of Granville. Mrs. Rutter was an employe of the rhans Rubber company and a member of the First United Brethren church. The body was moved to Criss Brothers' funeral home and will be taken to the home Saturday. Funeral services will be held Monday Monday in the First United Brethren church and burial will be made in Cedar Hill cemetery. The funeral hour has not been arranged.

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 30 Sep 1938, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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