Bertha Izora (Terwilliger) Clouser

Bertha Izora (Terwilliger) Clouser
Source: Tipton Daily Tribune, Tipton County, Indiana, December 7, 1951 page 1

Hobbs, Dec 7 - Mrs. Albert Clouser, former residnet of the Hobbs and Windfall communities, died today at *;30 am at her home in Farmland after being in ill health two yhear. She was 59.
The Ohio native's illness began when she suffered a heart attack. No funeral services have been arranged, pending word from a son who lives in Idaho.
Born Feb. 26, 1892, Mrs. Clouser moved with her parents , the late Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Terwilliger, near Windfall, while a small child. Later, for several years, the family resided three miles north of Hobbs.
On her birthday, in 1910, Mrs. Clouser was married and she an her husband resided east of Windfall about seven years before moving to Modoc, then Farmland, where they resided the past 35 years. The couple had 13 children. One son, Jay, was killed in Japan in an airplane crash during World War II.
Surviving with the husband are 12 children, Michael Clouser, east of Hobbs; Wayne, Howard and Elizabeth, at home; Flora and Kathryn, near Troy, O.; Naomi of Connersville; Meredith, Laretha, Mary and Joan, of Farmland; and Benjamin, who resides in Idaho.
Two sisters, Mrs. Lille Castor , near Anderson, and Mrs. Charles E. Hobbs, near Hobbs, survive with five brothers, Alton and Harve Terwilliger, northeast of Hobbs; Oscar of Montpelier; Arthur, of Indianapolis; and Ed terwilliger. Other survisors include 13 grandchildren, one great-grandchild and nieces and nephews.

Data Submitted by Tim Clouser