Mrs. Beck Dies «L&<*H*3g An Invalid Many Years
Last rites were held on Thurs¬ day afternoon for Mrs- Frank Beck, 56, of Elmore, who died on
! Monday night in the family res¬ idence. Services were held in
: Trinity Methodist church at 2 o'¬ clock, with her pastor, Rev. G.C.
, Dibert, officiating and Albert H. Burmann, local funeral director, in charge. Interment was in the Pleasant Union cemetery at Old Fort, Ohio.
Jennie Pearl Beck, daughter of Josiah and Ardella Shidler, was born in Fpstoria on June 8, 188-1. She was united in marriage to Frank Beck of Fort Seneca.Ohio, on March 5, 1902, and a year lat¬ er was baptized in the United Brethren church at Old Fort and many years later, after coming to Elmore, she became a member of Trinity Methodist church.
! Mrs. Beck was the mother of three, children, two daughters and one son; the son, Morris, hav¬ ing met accidental death in early
'manhood a few years after the family moved to Elmore; one daughter, also, having preceded
ithe mother in death. For many
lyears she has been in ill health
' and for seven years was an inval id suffering intensely at times.
She is survived by her husband one daughter, Mrs. Gayetta Dar ling, a granddaughter, little Nan
:cy Jane Darling, and a brothe and two sisters: flarry Shidler o Lindsey and Mrs. Ida Oiler o Tiffin and Mrs. Carrie Henretty of Tustin, Mich.
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