Clipped From The Paris News
a m . m tne veterans nospitai at Bonham after O ne day's jllness Son of \vffliam and '. ! j -~'~ .•*"•" "" i Hintz, 76, a farmer of Rt. 1,, Windom, died Friday at 5:40 j of years. Paul J. Hintz Paris News Service HONEY GROVE — Paul J. . • , ., , ' the veterans hospital j f . am, after one day's | uniess. Son of William and: To | Fli7abetn m v ser> Hintz he was i ^SJ^L-S^iwere wnrirf war i w \\oiia war i v j and England. j Sendees will be held in St. i i James Lutheran Church at; ; Aliens Chapel, where Mr. Hintz j Uvas a member, and burial' i made in the cemetery there by j j Cooper-Sorrells Funeral Home | i of Honey Grove, but the date had not been announced. will be received at the funeral home here, Saturday between 7:30 and 9 p.m. -&,!„ n ;«t™ 1^^,^,- >,;e , Mr. Hintz leaves his wife, the Ida Stoehner, whom he married at AUens chapel, Oct. j 16> 1923; also five children : ; James Hintz Mrs w w Cope i _ __ ' --and --and Mrs. Denison; Dean Miller, all of Clarence Hintz of Windom, and Mrs. Donald Bach, Carrollton: also 10 grandchildren, and a sister, Miss Rosa Hintz, Honey Grove. : i ! ! i ; i Mc; | '