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Lincoln Courier Herald, 29 November 1918


Mrs. Albert D. Feldman, who has been ill with pneumonia at the St. Clara's Hospital for more than a week and who gave birth to a little daughter at midnight last night, passed away at noon today. Mr. Feldman is in a critical condition at the hospital where he was taken at the same time as was his wife, Nov. 14.

Dorothy Edith Amberg was born Oct. 22, 1889 in Lincoln, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Amberg, 167 S. College street. She has always lived in Lincoln, attended the Lincoln high school and business college, and for five years, was bookkeeper at the Miller Cash store. On June 14, 1911 she was married to Albert D. Feldman who survives her. A son, Paul, aged 7 years, also survives and the little daughter born last night. A son, Clarence was born Jan. 26, 1916, but died in infancy. Others surviving her are Mr. and Mrs. John Amberg, her parents; and the following brothers and sisters, all in Lincoln, except Frank, who is in France; Mrs. Grace Schoof, Gertrude, Helen, Frank, Eugene, George, Paul, and John.

Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2:00 o'clock at the St. Mary's church. Services will be in charge of Father Koppes and burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery.