5DAY, OCTOBER 27, 192!
SON OF FORMER ELMORE WAN | -. :s ('DIES, VERY SUDDENLY
I Relatives and .friends here were . , greatly shocked whan the news came ',Sa!turday evening (that Jaw. H. Becker, \24,i sqn of Mr. ■anfr'Afe'.--oi. A. Becker, 1 ha.dij.died sudder/ly without warning' ,t that;-afternoonAvhile at Oberlin to u.t- | teijdi'-afootbail game. He had driven over, to Obeiriin in his machine and I had'called a/a rooming house to get a j Miss".Brow^: of Clyde, an, old friend, ! and both vfere going to the game. Miss i Brown wa/K not quite ready, ho a friend 'opened thfe door for Mr. Becker, who. j at that m'oment raised Jus hand to* his head and* dropped over dead. I He v.'ijis the only son of Mr. and ■ i'Mrs'^ Beaker avid had just finished a ! course at\ Boston Technical college in the spring, ^Jjince then lie had been employed (fepSffi^B^y and had a bril- j lianl;. future "before'him. He had al- I ways enjpsed^'good health and was in , s the best of^sukrils 'when he left San-: dusky .for jbh,eV>hv where he arrived; Ubout 2:30.1V'V'-'v : ■' The bodydjwas taken to the Becker home at. Clydfc,vwhere the funeral was : held: Tuesday '^i'tevnoon, October 25, with 'burial' iiV^'ftlcPherson cemetery. .Those attending -from Elmore were iDr. and Mrs.Th-.'amgold, Mr. and'Mrs, '-**. H. 'fWiiUams.'s.Mi*. C. H. Dam- "schroder, John Dairis^'hroder; also j;Mrs,' Clara -Lumen ana^ daughter \:Franees of Cleveland andJ«t"S- Flor¬ ence' Dromgold, with her sister 3*i\d husband'Mi. and Mrs. Ed DamH Schroder of Toledo/ Mrs.'White-1 man of Millbury,,arint of the deceas-;| ed; ^fithV be^husband also attended..!
James Howard Becker was born in Clyde,'.October 14, 1897, and had just j passed hia'L twenty-fourth birthday. He i grew to- manhood in Clyde and was I graduated from the high school there, I after which he took' a course in Bos- j ton Technical college. He graduated' from there last June and for a time * was a member of the faculty there.! .Recently,, he secured a fine position; ;withva Sandusky firm and had had j brilliant future prospects when the; I dvead summons came without'1 any j warning. He is survived by his par-1 ents and one. sister, Mrs. C. Fuller of' Columbus, who have the sincere gym- ! pathy of' all their friends in their ! great sorrow.
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