Clara Pretzeus passes away
CIO- the a Mrs. Clara Pretzeus" Dies Early Today at Home Near Lafayette Lausche have failed in tv.o WLB "show their Mrs. Clara Alberta Pretzeus, 73, died at 9 a m today at the home j of her daughter, ?Â»Irs. Myrtle Sauerbrey, V\ est Lafayette Route ! 1. She had oeen i!l 11 weeks. I She was bom Oct. 14, 1871, in I Crawford township, the daughter of Isaac and Catherine Myers. Her j husband. Charles Pretzeus, died i years ago. i Surviving are a,son, Ira, of Coshocton; Coshocton; two daughters, Mrs. Chester Chester Grace of Coshocton, and Mrs. Sauerbrey. two step - daughters, i Mrs. Cnarles Stme and Mrs. Mil, Mil, ton Marhover, both of Fresno i route; a brother, John Myers of Coshocton; three "Bisters, Mrs. Ellen ( Er.gle and Mrs. Mahala Kaper ot 1 Fresno route ard Mrs. George j Hubcr of Akron: 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. One daughter and one stepson are deceased. deceased. I Funeral Cervices will be held Saturday at 1 p. m. at the home Red i -^ Irs - Sauerorey, followed by ntes at 2 30 in the Evangelical and dur- | 'ormed church at New Bedford, ich Mrs. Pretzeus was a mem- ber. Rev. Ivan Immel will offici- tbe j ate. Burial will be in the tak- j in a * cemetery. r riends may call at the Sauerfarey home Thursday " afternoon.