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44, Died Tuesday Night After Long Illness.
Following an illness of over six weeks, Miss Hazel
Webster, 44, formerly of Hartford township, but long a resident
of Benton Harbor, died at the Mercy hospital late Tuesday
[12-18-1934], a victim of cancer. Hope had been abandoned
for her recovery for some time.
Miss Webster was born in Hartford township on July 10,
1889. She attended a country school and grew to young
womanshood there. Then she went to Benton Harbor and had
resided there ever since.
The body was brought to Hartford by the Zuver & Calvin
funeral car and the funeral service will be held at their chapel
Friday afternoon. The hour has not been set. Burial
will be at the cemetery just west of Lawrence.
The father, Henry Webster, of Linden St., Hartford;
three brothers, Frank, of Bangor; Leo, of South Bend; and Orra,
of Dowagiac, and four half sisters survive.
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