Lenna Leech Clar. The Pantagraph, Bloomington, IL 6 Aug 1919, Wed. Page 7.
MRS. LENNA CLARK DIES AT RESORT IN EAST Well Known Bloomington Woman Woman Expires After Brief Illness Monday Night. Connected With Klemm's Store as Buyer for Many Years Burial to Be Here. Mr. Lenna Clark, mother of Police Magistrate Jamea C. Clark, and for twenty year buyer for Klemm's Millinery Millinery department, died on Monday evening In Stamford, N. Y a summer summer resort In the Catsklll mountains where she had gone to recuperate from Illness. Her son waa at her bedside, having departed Sunday in response to a telegram. Mrs. Clark had been In ill health for a year. Lenna Leech was born February 2, 1860 at Leon, Iowa, and moved to Bloomington at the age of two years with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Leech. She was married on June 18, 1882, to James R. Clark, now deceased. Surviving are the following relatives, relatives, her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Leech: son, James R. Clark, daughter, daughter, Mrs. Walter Brubaker: two grandchildren, Betty Clark and Clark Brubaker; sister, Mrs. W. D. Masters of Petersburg; brother, John S. Leech of New York City. Mrs. Clark was a member of the Baptist church, the W. C. T. U., the T. W. C. A., Blcimington Country Club, and a director of the Woman' Association of Commerce. Her long residence in Bloomington Bloomington and connection with business life, had acquainted her with a large number of people, who will regret her passing. The body is expected here for burial. burial. No funeral arrangement have yet been made. Mike Barkovias Returns,. "Mike" Barkovlar ha returned to his home in thi- thi- city after several several months' service overseas In the city. i