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  • Rosemary Ermis
    Funeral services for Mrs. Joe R. Till, 42, life-long resident of Weimar and Weimar area, and widely-known throughout this section, whose death occurred
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      Funeral services for Mrs. Joe R. Till, 42, life-long resident of Weimar and Weimar area, and widely-known throughout this section, whose death occurred Saturday in a San Antonio hospital, were held here Tuesday morning at St. Michael’s Church, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Szymanski, assisted by Rev. L. Blinka, officiating.

       

      Mrs. Till was the daughter of Mrs. Agnes Bohac, long time resident of the Ammannsville section, and prior to her marriage was Miss Edna Bohac.  She was married seventeen years ago to Joe R. Till, prominent Weimar businessman and a long-time member of Weimar’s city council governing body.  Of amiable disposition and having hundreds of friends here, prior to her marriage Mrs. Till was associated with the H. R. Knebel ladies ready-to-wear department and she is remembered as an efficient, courteous and talented associate of the store.

       

      In recent months, Mrs. Till had been in ill health and taken recently to a San Antonio Hospital.  She passed away there Saturday.

       

      Survivors include her husband, Joe R. Till; a son, J. R. of San Antonio; a step-son, Harris Till of Eagle Lake; five sisters, Mrs. Richard Neiser of Holman, Mrs. Louis Tumis and Mrs. Louis Shumbera of Ammannsville, Mrs. John Janak of Columbus, Mrs. Joe Moitel of Seymour; four brothers, Mike, Jerome, and Albert Bohac of Ammannsville, Frank of Rosenberg; and her mother, Mrs. Agnes Bohac of Ammannsville.

       

      Burial was in the St. Michael’s Cemetery.

       

      Active pallbearers were Hy. J. Laas, Emil Fahrenthold, W. H. Holl_en, Dr. J. J. Mensik, Ed Rabel, Gus Watzlavick, Rudolf Mozisek, J. S. Rypple.

       

      To grief-stricken family members and relatives, the Mercury publisher extends his most sincere sympathy.

       

      Weimar Mercury, Friday, May 24, 1940

       

      Submitted by Rosemary Ermis

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