PROMINENT DANBURY WOMAN
PIES IN PORT CLINTON
Word was received at this office Tuesday from Lakeside thatu¬ neral services for Mrs. Bert (Cera.) Ijrttfibeck of Danbury would be held tbis(Ttmrsday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, at tbe home of her son, Warren Bredbeck, in Port Clin¬ ton. 'Mrs. Bredbeck died Sunday night. She had been ill for some time, suffering from goitre, and j had been in tbe home of her sod ! several weeks under treatment j preparatory to an operation. -No j information was given, however, i as to whether the operation had been undergone or whether death was due to some complication.-
Mrs. Bredbeck was well known to many in this viciuitv, having ■spoken here in political campaigns and been prominent in Women's Kelief Corps activities for many years. Sbe was a member of tbe Lakeside Corps and a past pres¬ ident of District No. 7, Depart¬ ment of Ohio, and served on tbe official board of the Ottawa Coun¬ ty Soldiers' and Sailors''Ass'n.
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