Louis Braves, 68, who had been in ill heath for the past year passed away Tuesday forenoon in Magruder Memorial Hospital, 12 hours after admittance the previous evening.
An employee of the Matthews Boat Company for the past 15
years, Mr. Draves was born April 16, 1885, in Oak Harbor, and was a son of the late William and Mary Hillman Draves.
Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Ethel Felder, Port Clinton, who is now visiting her sister, Mrs. Phyllis Caswell, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Evelyn Arnold, Bay View, and Mrs. Mary Lou Ying-1 ling, Clyde; one son, Harold Draves, Laurel Avenue; seven grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Smith, Fremont; Mrs. Lil¬ lian 'Qyermeyer, Lindsey, and Mrs. Savilla Rimelspach, Oak Harbor, and one brother, John Draves, Fremont. *2-;27- f^S~3
Mr. ^Draves' wife, Pearl Mmier Draves, passed away in 1933.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday \ afternoon in the Gerner and Wolf Funeral Home.
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