Pauline wochner obit 17 Oct 1940
Armstrong, Miles1 McReynolda and Carlton Billhymer. Miss Pauline Wochner Dies at Hospital Miss Pauline Wochner, 901 South Main street, died in St, Joseph's hospital at 8 p. m. Wednesday after an illness of several years duration. The funeral will be at 9 a. m. Sat in. re-election district, national were Mrs. ing Mrs. vers. urday at the home and at 9:30 a. ai bu iiarys cnurcn. uuriai win be in St. Joseph's cemetery. Miss Wochner was born In Rloom- higton, daughter of Francis X. and I Amelia VVniVinr Si itttnitf St Mary's school. She is survived by the following Nor- sisters and brother. Miss Ollie Wochner and Mrs. Emma Maurer at home, and Herman, 1601 South Main street. Two brothers preced ed her in death. Also surviving are two nieces and two nephews. Miss Wochner wast a member of St. Mary's Catholic church, the Third Order of Saint Francis and the Confraternity of the Most Holy-Rosary. Mr. Lexington, to corn arrested Joe served charge.