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Death Of George J. Kuebler

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Early Sunday morning, George J. Kuebler, one of the most popular of our younger Germán citizens, died at the residence of F. Rcttich, Sr., on E. Huron street, at the age of 36 years. He was sick for about ten days and peritonitis was the cause of lis death. The deceased was born in this city and had always made it hie ' home. He teas engaged in the furniture business, first as an employee of John Keek and afterwards in partnership with George J. Gruner in manufn?turi-ng furnitvire. He was president of the Ann Arbor Turner society, and an active member of the Ann Arbor Arbeiter Verein, of Germania Lodge, D. O. H. He was also an hoivorary member of Arbor Tent K. 0: T. M. All of these organiza tions turned out to the funeral, -whicl held at the residence Tuesdaj afternoon. In 1884. Mr. Kuebler was married to ""■■ mií-i Rettich who with two children suryive him