Logansport Press, pg 2 April 7, 1939
Argos- Dr Wallace C. Sarber, aged 66, widely known surgeon and doctor of Argos died in the Parkview hospital in Plymouth at 8 o'clock Wednesday night from complications resulting from an attack of pneumonia suffered four months ago.
Dr. Sarber was a patient in the Epworth Hospital in South Bend for the past four weeks. Last Saturday he was thought to have improved enough to be moved to his home in Argos but he was taken ill while being transported in an ambulance and had to enter the Parkview hospital at Plymouth.
The deceased was born in Claypool and was the son of William and Martha Sarber. He graduated from the Claypool high school and from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1897. He opened an office in Argos following his graduation and continued to practice there until he was stricken.
Dr. Sarber was widely known in Marshall, Starks, Koscluscko and Fulton counties. He was prominent in church, Civic and lodge circles in Argos. He was a member of the Methodist church, the Masonic orders and K of P lodge. He belonged to the Shrine at Fort Wayne. Dr. Sarber was affiliated with many medical societies including county, state and national.
Survivors are the widow who was Kathryn Bowell, a daughter Mrs Mary Stone and two grandsons. Joe and Wallace stone all of Argos.
The funeral services will be held from the Sarber residence in North Michigan Street at Argos at 2 P.m. Friday with Rev. Elmer Jones officiating. Burial will be made in the New Oak Hill cemetery at Plymouth.
The body has been moved to the Grossman Funeral Home in Argos where friends may call until the hour of the last rites.