PORT CLINTON,:-6; Nova 12.—
Funeral services for Aifeerj ■* r>&.
vidj,. 62 years, former-mayor of
Port Clinton and well known Ot¬ tawa county citizen who died at his home en east Perry street Wednesday night, will be ,held at
Aijrae later Iff-the evening. ';
He had been active In public life
for i many year's^ having served as
and, later 'becaxne^ deputy • treasurer
and also served a&$; eoiinty treasur- ,er.for two-terms. ';:Hevalso served ;as ; county. clerk a; W'i. ] -. courts. ■'"-He j served as "a councilman and later as' xnayor> i our terms,a was a chair-, ter member of the Port Clinton1 Kiwants Club; served as secretary; of the American feeneticial Union:
the St, John's Lutheran church, 1 lodge for 32 years: was a 32nd de-j
gree Mason, member of the Moose! lodge, and active in St John's Ltt-1 theran Brotherhood, "and a member of Sandusky-Ottawa Counties, Board ;of Realtors.a . ;'. !
Surviving. are his. a wii'e,' -Mrs/ An na^ Davids; -..son,-'.-'Albert, Jr., sis¬ ter, --Mrs. j Walter -Miller |#ridatwo grandchildren, alLliereaa^ ' ;-"aa N
Body is-at Qerner-;-arid Wolf fu¬ neral home'- until: time for ^services.
Sanrday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. jthe» pev. John Braun officiating. iBurJ^in Lakeview cemetery. . -;a
| Ml |)avids was the senior mem- jber of the real estate and insur¬ ance agency in which his son, Al- ibert. Jr., is affiliated. Mr. Davids Imd been active in his duties at the ]office during the day and evening :and was stricken with a heart at- tack shortly after returning to his
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