Former Elmore Resident
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Last rites were held here Thurs day afternoon for Mrs^Jda Melc- tyre-DeBiase^ 75, oFToledo, for¬ merly of fhis place, who died Monday,following a recent stroke. Brief services were held Wednes¬ day afternoon in the home of h daughter, Mrs. Frank Spencer, of Toledo, where she died. T^ body was then removed by funer¬ al directors Sabroske & Myers Elmore to their funeral hon here, where friends called to p. their respects until the final ser¬ vices were held. Rev. W. F. von Brauchitsch of the St. John's Ev¬ angelical church officiated and in¬ terment was in Union cemetery here.
Mrs. DeBiase, born January 1, 1867, near Genoa, was a daugh-_ ter of Eli and Catherine Dick. Most of her life, however, was spent in Elmore, where her first husband, the late James Mcln-! tyre, was in business many years. | "Some time later she moved to To¬ ledo and several years afterward • was married to Mr. DeBiase, who preceded her in death. She had been with her daughter the past six weeks. Mrs. DeBiase was a member of the Womans Re¬ lief Corps here at the time of her death and had been a mem¬ ber many years. The funeral ritual of the Corps was given by Elmore Corps officers at the ser¬ vices here.
The deceased is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Frank Spen¬ cer of Toledo, and one brother, Henry Dick of Genoa,
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