Clipped From The Daily Messenger
at the A William Schcnk NAPLES -- William Sclienk, 75, of Powell Hill Rd., died Saturday at his home. A native of the Town of Bristol, Mi 1 . Schenk had worked as a farmer and a meat cutter in the Naples area for many years. He was a member of South Bristol Grange. Survivors are liis wife, Elsie Eichbcrgcr Schenk; llirec sons, Harold and Clayton, both of Naples, and Ward of Fairporl; two daughters, Mrs. Marian Potter and Mrs. Martha Schuller; both of Naples, 10 grand children; three great-grandchil dren; four sisters, Mrs. Ixuis (Ida) Fox, Mrs. Nellis (Rowcna! Weslbrook, Mrs. Philip (Ella! Krape, and Mrs. Frank (Frieda) Weisenbcrgcr and three broth crs, Fred, Charles and Samuel all of Naples; and severa nieces end nephews. Friends may call from 2 to and 7 lo S p.m. today at the family home where private fu nerai service will be held day at 2 p.m. Burial will be Rose Ridge Cemetery. Those who wish may make contributions lo the Heart FUIK in memory of -Mr. Schenk.