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^ 'Mrs. Frank G. Austin.
Mrs. Frank G. Austin, beloved Green Springs woman, passed away at her home in that village yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the age of 67 years. She had been ill for several weeks, death coming as re¬ lief from suffering. Funeral ser¬ vices will be held at the home Sat¬ urday at 2 o'clock. The place of ¦nterment was undecided yesterday, j
Delia Becker was a daughter of j :he late Harmon V. and Lovina Becker and was born in Red Creek, \ M. Y. The family later moved to Elmore and afterwards to Clyde. Much of her life has been spent in Green Springs.
She is survived by her husband and four children, Mrs. Bertha Whittaker 3f Jamestown, N. Y., Mrs. Harry Whittlesey of Detroit, Mrs. Roy B. Metz of Cleveland and J. H. Baynes of Columbus. She also leaves two brothers and a sister, B. A. Becker of Clyde, J. H. Becker of New Port Richey, Fla., and1 Mrs. Mary Drum- gold of Elmore.
The passing of Mrs. Austin brings deep sorrow and regret to the hearts of many friends.
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