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16 January 1966
Funeral Card of EMMA DUMLER
Mrs. Emma Dumler, nee Wegele, was born April 25, 1885, in Neu Laub, Russia. She was baptized June 11, 1885, by Pastor Allendorf. She was the daughter of Jakob Wegele, Jr. of Weizenfeld, Russia, and his wife Maria Rosina Ertel of Schaefer, Russia. She emigrated to America when she was 8 years old. She was confirmed by Pastor Kleinhans on June 2, 1900, at Immanuel Lutheran Church of Milberger, Kansas.

On Jan. 19, 1905, she was joined in holy wedlock to John George Dumler. This blessed union continued until the Lord of life and death took her husband from her side on June 10, 1938. They had six sons and two daughters. One son preceded them in death. Her sons are: Paul A., Benjamin, Solomon, Alvin, and Victor; daughters are: Agnes, now Mrs. Herman Radke, and Bertha, now Mrs. Alex Krug, Jr.

Mrs. Emma Dumler departed this life Jan. 16, 1966, at about 3:30 a.m.  The funeral service will be held at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, south of Milberger. The service will be conducted in both the German and in the English language. Pastor G. T. Naumann, pastor of Mrs. Dumler's church will officiate at the service at the graveside. Mrs. Dumler was a faithful member of her church all life.

Date of Birth: April 25, 1885
Date of Death: January 16, 1966
Place and Time of Service: Immanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger, Kansas
Tuesday, January 18, 1966 - 2:00 p.m.
Clergyman: Rev. G. T. Naumann
Organist: Ernest Wegele
Music: " Wer Weisz Nah Mir Mein Ende" and "Jerusaleum Thou City Fair and High"
"Wo finder die Seele die Heimat der Ruh" will be sung after the commital service.
Pallbearers: Leland Deutsch, Nathaniel Ralls, Wayne Nuss, Dean Akings, Herman Hoffman, Albert Maier
Final Resting Place Milberger Cemetery.
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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