ILIA DUBRIE DIES j
iUDDENLY IN HER HOffE
Seldom has this community j been''.so painfuUy shocked as late last Saturday afternoon, J when news spread that Mrs. Jul-! j ia DuBrie had suddenly expired! \\n ber home, on Toledo street, j (having suffered a cerebral hemor-j rbage or apoplectic stroke. As: 'had long- been her custom, upon j | arrival of the evening paper, she ' lh&&. own who Gr^^dpa'
I DuBrie to read ihe news to him, i he being- unable to read because 1 of failing sight, As she read, she suddenly gasped, 'Why, what's the matter with me?" and still clutching- the paper, her head fell forward and deatn is believed to have been instantane¬ ous as she collapsed in her chair, j Neighbors and a physician arriv- ; ing a few minutes later, found j life extinct, bhe leaves to mourn her sudden passing ber husband, Lester J. DuBrie, his aged lath¬ er, Gabriei DuBrie, in the home, to whom the deceased was deep¬ ly devoted; a foster son, Louis Holland, and a brother, Fred Harmon, and bis son Lester, both I of Lorain; also a brother-in-law, j Stanley DuBrie, and a sister-in- law, Mrs. Kella O'Harn, of Los Angeles, who were very near to her. Last rites were held in the home on Tuesday afternoon, with Rev K. W. Scheufler of Trinity Methodist church officiating, fol¬ lowed by interment in Union cem¬ etery here. The service was large¬ ly attended and the many lovely floral tributes were mute testimo¬ ny of the high esteem in which Mrs. DuBrie was held by a large circle of friends and acquaint¬ ances. She had been a member of the Woman's Relief Corps here for 14 years, had held several of¬ ficial chairs and at the time of her death was in the second year of service as president of the Corps. Members attended the fu¬ neral in a body and the officers) gave the memorial ritual at the bier.
She was a member of the local Grange, also, and held an oxce in the present cabinet.
Julia Cutler Harmon DuBrie,59, a daughter of Lester A. and Jane Howe Harmon, was born in Graytown and lived there un¬ til about a year after her marri¬ age, March 27, 1898, when she and her husband moved to El¬ more where they have ever since I resided. Her parents, an infant sister and a brother preceded ber in death.
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