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16, 1933. Min-ctte MRS. DAN BROWN TAKEN IN DEATH (Continued From Page 1) ( neci-sion O'-Connell, that she taught In Green Creek township. An active member of St. Paul's Episcopal church, Mrs. Brown belonged belonged to the Woman's Auxiliary of the church, and she had been a member of the Daughters of the King, a church organization which is no longer in existence. Mrs. Brown was a member of Colonel George Croghan chapter, D.' A. R., Fremont chapter No. 133, Order of Eastern Star, and of Frank Emerson Emerson auxiliary, United Spanish War veterans. She was also once a member of Fremont W. C. T. U. Mrs. Brown was married to Dan A. Brown, the son of a prominent pioneer Toledo family. Mr. Brown died in 1918. Children Survive Surviving are two daughters, Miss Corolen Brown of Fremont, ami Miss Betsy Belle Brown, fourth grade teacher at Croghan school; a son, Gessner A. Brown of Sandusky, Sandusky, area supervisor of the National National Youth Administration in Ohi and two brothers, G. A. Gessner of Toledo, and Dorr L. Gessner of Indianapolis, Ind, A sister, Bessie Hope Gessner, died at the age of 19. The body was taken to the Wel-ler-Wonderly Wel-ler-Wonderly Wel-ler-Wonderly Wel-ler-Wonderly Wel-ler-Wonderly funeral home, where it will remain. Funeral services will be at St. Paul's Episcopal church Saturday at 2:30 p. m. following following a short service for the family family at the Weller-Wonderly Weller-Wonderly Weller-Wonderly funeral home at 2 p. m. The Rev. Russell E. Francis, rector of the church, will officiate, and burial will be in Oakwood cemetery.