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DECEMBER 27, 1945


Carey Templin, 78, uncle of L. E. Templin, of this city, died Thursday at his home in Berne from hardening of the arteries and complications following an illness of several years. He had been bedfast since Sunday.


The decedent was born Nov. 20, 1867, in Randolph county, a son of Sanford H. and Judith M. Faulkner Templin. His marriage Nov. 20, 1909, west of Berne, was to Rosanna Amstutz, who survived. The couple had resided in Berne the past 20 years.


Mrs. Templin is reported to be quite ill.


Surviving besides the widow are two sons, Roswell M. Templin, of Portland, and Rev. Clinton H. Templin, of Ashley; two daughters, Mrs. Clifton Amstutz and Mrs. Homer Inniger, both of Berne; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A brother, George Templin, and a sister are deceased.


Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Missionary church in Berne of which Mr. Templin was a member, in charge of Rev. C. H. Wiederkehr. Burial will be in the I. O. O. F. cemetery in Pennville.


The body was taken this afternoon from the Yager funeral home at Berne to the west entrance of the church, which is next to the residence, and will remain there until the funeral hour.