Adolph wochner obit 13 april 1938

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Adolph wochner obit 13 april 1938 - C. to a to to Wochner Rites Held In St. Mary's...
C. to a to to Wochner Rites Held In St. Mary's Funeral services for Adolph Wochner, 104 West Wood street, who died Sunday after an illness of four and one half months, were held at 8:30 a. m. Wednesday at the residence residence and at 9 a. m. at St. Mary's church. The Rev. Fr. Calistus Sol-bach Sol-bach Sol-bach celebrated requiem high mass, and preached the funeral sermon with the Rev. Fr. William .Meyers as deacon and the Rev. Fr. Columban Cramer as subdeacon. The Rev. Fr M. J. O'Callaghan, the Rev. Fr. E. C. Hearn and the Rev. Fr. John Ring were present in the sanctuary, Pallbearers were employes of the American State Bank. They are Lawrence B. Allen, Frank Sparrow, Bernard Koos, John Peffer Jr., Clyde Johnston, J. Stuart Wyatt, George Gielow and Philip Fahey. The Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Order of Foresters acted as honorary escorts. Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery. Attending from out of town were Joe Wochner, Rose Wochner, Mary Wochner, Thresa Wochner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yates, Mrs. Theodore Dirksen and son, Theodore Jr., Will Maurer and family, Pauline Maur-er, Maur-er, Maur-er, Dorothy Maurer, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Donnell, Miss Julia Fry, Mr. and Mrs. William Fry, and Mrs. Frank Fry, all of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merkle and daughter, daughter, Mrs. Frank Oberkoetter, Frank Oberkoetter Jr., and Antoinette Oberkoetter all of Peoria; George Ohmer, Lincoln, and B. J. Mauvarn, Lester Boe, John Kenny, Paul Wel-don Wel-don Wel-don LaBine and Mrs. Harry Kenny, all of Chicago. West with at The from probably shoes outcome. of J. Kelly on when came It even

Clipped from The Pantagraph13 Apr 1938, WedPage 3

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)13 Apr 1938, WedPage 3
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