Clipped From The Paris News
K. at Baptist & Mr. at McKinney, after several weeks illness. Mrs. George Stoehner Parts N«vvt Service HONEY GROVE — Mrs. George Stoehner. 76, died Thursday at 2 a. m, at the home of her sister, Mrs, Mary Loschke. The furneral is arranged for Friday at 2 p. m., at Aliens Chapel Lutheran Church, conducted by the Rev. Donald Vetter, Burial in • Evergreen Cemetery. Paris! later in the afternoon, was arranged by Robert West Funeral flome here. Mrs, Stoshner, born in Germany, June 15, 1875. had lived in this vicinity many years, A widow, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Loschke and Mrs. Jacob Fein, both living here, and a brother, Charlie Vorholzer of RVn o community, Rt, 2, Paris, : besides several nieces, nephews and stepchildren.