Fryer Reed, Bianca
T H E D Aged Tuscola Woman Dies Death of Mrs. Reed By Pneumonia. Tuscola, Dec. 1.--Mrs. Bianca Reed, widow of the late Henry Reed, died her home, 514 East Pembroke street, in Tuscola on Friday morning. Mrs. Reed had been ill for about one with influenza which developed into pneumonia causing her death. She leaves four daughters. They are: E. S. Collins and Mrs. Otis Goodson of Tuscola, Mrs. 'Hoy Elaine cf near Garrett and Miss Scphia Reed who made her home with her mother. The deceased was seventy-three years of age and had made her home in the west side of Douglas county the vicinity of Garrett and Atwood a long period of years and came , Tuscola to live only a few years 1 The body was taken to the i ton mortuary on Sale street, where was prepared for burial and then taken back to the home on Friday evening. The funeral services will held from the Methodist Church m Tuscola on Sunday afternoon at and the burial will be in the Cartwright Cartwright cemetery, south of FickUn. funeral will be conducted by the Mr Leach cf the Methodist church this city and the Rev. G. N. Wilker- I son. Rev. Mi'. Wilkerson was formerly formerly the pastor of the Reed family at Atwood.