Mrs. George Sabin

(Date Unknown - February, 1931)


Lusk Free Lance
February 19, 1931


Sister Of Local People Dies In Wisconsin; Leave To Attend Last Rites

Mrs. Albert Bruch and C. Frank Bautch entrained Monday afternoon of this week for Independence, Wis., having received a message telling the sad news of the death of their sister, Mrs. George Sabin of that place. Mrs. Sabin had been an invalid for the past three or four years. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband and two young sons, besides her sisters and brothers. Funeral services will take place today (Thursday). Their many friends here extend deepest sympathy to Mrs. Bruch and Mr. Bautch and other relatives in their bereavement. Mrs. Bautch is caring for Mrs. Bruch's small son while she is away. They are expected to return about Sunday.








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