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In 1935 Mr. Newbre passed away, then three years later she married Frank Harris and soon after became supervisor of a small machine shop, making aircraft tools and fishing equipment. This shop employed 20 men and 14 women. [[strikethrough]] and [[stirkethrough]] Mrs. Harris could [[strikethrough]] personally [[strikethrough]] operate any of the shop machinery and tools, and often did so. She con-tinued to [[strikethrough]] operate [[strikethough]] maintain this business for several years during which time Harris [[strikethrough]] also [[strikethrough]] died. [[strikethrough]] passed away. After living alone for several years [[strikethrough]] Mrs. Harris passed away on February 27, at age 77. She was survived by a daughter, a sister and two grandchildren. Burial was in Forrest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, California. She was a member of the Early Birds. Flying pioneer, [[strikethrough]] Early Bird [[strikethrough]] Helen Hodge Harris was one of the few early American lady pilots who learned to fly purely for personal satisfaction. [[strikethrough]] and pleasure. [[strikethrough]]
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