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which legal evident less when Vaughn Indiana, tho general heat; for of will "penr.y grabbers." Mrs. Edw. Helwig Taken By Death; Services Friday A host of friends was shocked and deeply grieved today to learn of the rather sudden and wholly unexpected death in Christ hospital, Cincinnati, of Mrs. Florence Matilda (Maude) Puthoff Hehvig, wife .of Edward 'Helwig, of 631 Main street. The death : .of Mrs. Helwig was dun to complications which developed following an operation for appendicitis. She was taken, to Christ hospital last Wednesday where, on Thursday, ehe underwent the operation. Complications which followed this first operation made it necessary to perform a second operation on Monday. Mrs. Helwig never rallied from this second operation and despite every possible effort that'was made'by attending physicians and surgeons she passed awjiy t 9:30 Tuesday evening. Because of her personal charm) her attractive manner and kindly, consideration of everyone with whom she came in contact,. Mrs. Helwi? had. won to her self an unusually large circle of friends in all walks of life. Born In Hamilton Mrs. Helwig was born and reared in Hamilton. She. was a daughter ot the late Frederick B. and Ella Puthoff and her birth occurred on February 4, 1SS1. .Her father was a former mayor o£ Hamilton and for many years active in civic and political circles. Mrs. Helwig was united in marriage June 7,1911 -with Kdward Helwig and one of her chief joys was horseshoe clay big beyond Middletown now year bid - .closing 23, the gcr, are her lovely home on - Lciter, Pater and of Clarence announced accompany quar- t _.. West Main street where she'and her husband lived for many years. She was^an active member in the Presbyterian church. Those Surviving Besides the widower, Edward Helwig,"Mrs. Helwig is survived by one sister, Mrs. Frank Davis, of Washington, D. C., and a nephew, Meade Council, of Hamilton. Mrs. Davis arrived in Cincinnati just a few honrs after her sister had passed away. Although the definite time for the funeral is not known, it will take place sometime Friday afternoon at the Hehvii? home, 631 Main street with Dr. George II. Simonson of the Presbyterian church officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood. 66 a in

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 21 Oct 1931, Wed,
  3. Page 14

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