Edith Langholff Maasz
   Mrs Ferdinand Maasz, 78, died Tuesday, April 6th at 1 p.m. at the Saunders Convalescent Home where she had been since December.
   Born Edith Langholff, daughter of Julius and Catherine Regelein Langholff, November 15 1875 in Fort Atkinson. In March 1908 she married Ferdinand Maasz in Fort Atkinson and they lived on a farm near Whitewater until 1941 when they moved to town to make their home on Fouth St. Her husband preceded her in death in 1943.
   Surviors include three daughers; Mrs William Miller, Fort Atkinson, Mrs Mildred Sake, Palmyra and Mrs Alvin Cox, Whitewater; seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren; four brothers; Edward, Arthur and Oscar all of Fort Atkinson and Rudolf of Madison; one sister, Mrs A J. Knilans of Janesville and many other relatives. Mrs Maasz was a member of the 1st English Lutheran Church and was associated with the Ladies Aid Society.
   Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. from the 1st English Lutheran Church with internment in the Cold Spring Cemetery. Rev. W Sigwalt will officiate. Friends may call at the Skindingsrude and Lein Funeral Home tonight (Thursday)
From the Whitewater Register Newspaper  April 8 1954


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