Death Clames Mrs Cullen
DEATH CLAIMS MRQftLEN End Hastened By Serious Illness; Life Devoted To Home And City Donges At a n t ?ec- o n Chamber of l h a f . Ono of Hamilton's noble, generous nd kindly women lies -in her eter- al sleep in the Cullcn home at 1-11 D street--Mrs. Addle Barnes illlcn, the wife of James K. Cullcu, resident of tho Niles Tool Works, ompany. Death came to claim 'Mrs. Cullen 11:15 Friday morning. It wns uot nexpec-led. A week ago last Tues- ay, Mrs. Cullcn was stricken nralysis and from that lime it viclcnt to friends and loved ones :iat life's pud was near. However, Irs. Cnlleu retained that delightful heerfulness which had so endeared er to a large circle of friends and in-ailed tho inevitable end with itu- isnal Christian fortitude, Mrs. Cullen was born in Ply- Â·nouth, Washington comity, Ohio, 1S57, and was united in Â·iago wilh James K. Cullen, then onneclcd wilh the Xiles. Tool Works, who bad located in Hamil- on in 1S7S, November 27, 1S7D. 'mmediate-ly upon their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Cullcn established a lomo in Hamilton and fheir inter-, ests at onco became closely identified identified w i t h Iho social and manufacturing lite of Ibis city. 'Mr. Cnllen retained his connection with tho Niles Tool Works company and with Iho Nilcs. Bement company, throughout tho y e a r s ' a n d his cloA attention fo detail, bis understanding of intricate problems, his grasp of trying situations tually won his way lo the front u til he was recognized as one of country's , outstanding manitfac-, hirers. When tho Cullcn home was established in Hamilton it became one tho city's social centers. One of delights of Mrs. Cullen's life was tho presence in her homo of her friends nad associates and on any occasion she proved herself a lire- possessing hostess. Pride In City As Mrs. Cullen's~ acquaintance grew in-"Hamillon, her interest in the city and its social and civic advancement increased. She became identified with the Children's Home, and for many years was not only trustee of this institution but also its president. Sho was active in . carrying out successfully many of I the projects which meant for the b e t t e r m e n t of tho Home elected..del! I I i j Â· i Â· ' ; I ueiiuriiiL'nL ui. uiu nuiui; jiiiu nm tic-; p i.- a c ,!,.(, rto | ve|((plllcllt oÂ£ lha H along the j !