Clipped From Globe-Gazette
Titonka Woman Dies at 84; Rites Tuesday T I T 0 N K A — Mrs. Caroline Becnken, 84, died Sunday at the Good Samaritan Home, Ppcahon- tas. She was a former resident of Titonka. Survivors are seven children, Donald, Elniore; Mrs. Ncls (Lot- tic) Back, Goodell; Henry, Virginia, Minn.; Heiko, Webb; Gene, Albert Lea; Hclmer, Bclmond; M r s. Harold (Lizzie) Vigdal, Armstrong; and five stepchildren, George Bcenken, Buckingham; Peter Beenken, Titonka; Mrs. Ilatlic Ubbcn, Buffalo Cen- :er; Jelto Beenken, Belmond, and Hans Bcenken, Brilt. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Ramsey Reformed Church with the Rev. Wil- .iam Kroon officiating.