ELMORE—Mrs. Ella Bracken- miller, 69, died Friday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Norman Damschroder, 114 Rice street, where she had made her home for several years.
Born in Elmore September 16, 1890, she resided on a farm near Lindsey during her married life. After the death of her husband, Claude, 33 years ago she returned to Elmore. ■
She was a member of the St, Paul's Trinity Methodist church and WSCS of the church.
Surviving with the daughter are a son, Glen of Elmore; four grandchildren; one great-grand¬ child; sisters, Mrs. Edward Dur¬ del and Mrs. Emma Kuhlman, both of Elmore; Mrs. Mary Ger- win, Gibsonburg; Mrs. Grace Bell, Bowling Green; brothers, Charles Rothert, Toledo, and William Rothert, Sylvania,
Friends may call at the Sa¬ broske and Myers funeral home until Monday noon, when removal will be made to- the St; Paul's Trinity Methodist church for-serv¬ ices at 2 p.m. when the casket will be closed. The Reva Paul Fisher will officiate with burial to be in Lindsey cemetery*