The funeral service3 of Mrs. James F. Rash were eonducted froai lier late home in Superior township, near Dixboro, on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Howard A. Field officiating. Her death carne very suddenly and ucexpectedly. Qn Tuesday of last week she beearae suddenly quite Hl and coutinued to fail until Sunday, vvhen a surgical operation was performed. She rallied from this but the physiciaos found her unable to ever recover and in a few hours she passed away. Helen Mae Randall was born April 15, 1838, at Watettown, N. Y. She carne to Michigan ia 1855 and was marrled to James G. Rash, October 30, 1839. Her death occurred öctubee 31, 1897 aged 59 years, 6 months and 16 days. Sbe leaves a busband, two sons and two daugliters, and a large circle of friends to mourn her loss. In early life she became associated with tbc Wesleyan Methodist chuix-b. Her Ufe has been one characterized by loving sacritice, patience and friendliness to all. She was grcatly loved by all vvith whom siie assooiitted , and will be greatly missed. What is loss to us, however, we trust will be gain to her.