MRS. BERT BECKER DfE~S"^' AFTER OPERATION
Word was received here Wed¬ nesday moroing by tives of Mrs.Bert Becker. 60, of Sandusky that.she had died in a Cleveland hospital following a major oper¬ ation last Friday. Last rites are to be held at 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon, October 26, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ful¬ ler, at 628 Wayne street, Sandus¬ ky. Besides her husband aud daughter, she is survived by two sisters, ■ Mrs. Nellie Wbiteman and Mrs. Clara Lupton- also four brothers: A. C. Damscbroder and Charles of this place, J£. F. Dam-' scbroder of Toledo and Henry in Colorado. A son died in bis youth.
Mrs. Becker v/as a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Dam- scbrodef, pioneers of this vicin¬ ity,and ber youth and young" wom¬ anhood was spent in Elmore; her husband having been in the bi¬ cycle business here many, years .ago.
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