Mother of Mrs. Wm. Miller
Dies On Visit Here
Mrs. Christina Bauer., 80. moth- erof Mrs. WmTEL _M]l]er, died in the Miller home Saturday morn¬ ing following an illness of sever¬ al months. Brief services were held, there Monday at 1:15 P. M., and then the body was removed ed to the East Broadway U. B. church, Toledo, for services. Rev, Moore of that church officiated and the Beryl Boyer funeral di¬ rectors, were in charge. Inter- jment was tn Memorial Park. Be¬ sides theldaughter here, she leaves two sons, Walter of Toledo and JSzra of Urbana, 111., also five grandchildren.
Mrs. Bauer, a resident of Toie- lo for many years was bereft of jer husband by death last Octo¬ ber and only recently came to pend some time in the home of ier daughter here. She had been \ or many years a member of the Cist Broadway U. B. church in 'oledoj where the luneral was ■eld. and her home was at 909 •utler street. East Toledo.
Mrs. Christina Bauer
Funeral services for Mrs. Christ¬ ian Bauer who died Saturday in the home of her daughter. Mrs. Wil¬ liam H. Miller at Elmore, were held Monday afternoon in Toledo. She was the widow of William H. Bauer, and would have , been 80 year.s old in September, i I'l'liys
Mrs. James Brunkhorst of Oak Harbor is a sistter of the deceased.
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