Clipped From The Emporia Gazette
. at PAPINEAU SERVICES SETT ADMIRE — Graveside services for Mr. and Mrs.' John B. Papineau, Lake of the Forest, Bonner Springs, will be held Tuesday morning at 11 A.M. in Ivy Cemetery in Admire. .The Rev. Samuel Warren, pastor of the United Methodist Church, will officiate. . .•' ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Papineau were killed in an airplane accident near Bunker, Mo., Friday evening. Mr. Papineau was a contractor and builder for the Sweet Lumber Company in Olathe, and Mrs. Papineau was on the staff of the Veterinary Publishing Company in Bonner Springs. Blair Mortuary in Emporia is in charge of arrangements 'for the graveside services. ' The families of the couple have suggested memorial contributions to an educational fund for the children of Martha C. Brown who was a victim of the same crash. Contributions may be sent to the Harrington Funeral Home in Bonner Springs, which is in charge of arrangements for the Martha C. Brown funeral. ' A memorial service for Mr. and Mrs. Papineau will be held Wednesday evening at7:30 P.M. at the St. Martin-In-The Field Church in Edwardsviile where they were members. Mrs. Papineau was the former Jane Esther Chatterton, daughter of the late Harry T. and Fr,' anees Esther Miller Chatterton. She was born in Emporia Feb. 23, 1923. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Ellen Alice Price. Mr. Papineau was bom Feb. 25, 1923, in Lamed, the son of James Wayne and Hattie Ella Justice Poppino. He was preceded in death by his father and one sister, Mrs. John Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Paineau were married Nov. 6, 1942, in Junction City. They are survived by three sons, John B. Papineau Jr., Harry C. Papineau, and William S. Papineau; one daughter, Jennine Cartwright; Mr, Papineau's mother and a brother, James Lane; Mrs. , Papineau's sister, Mrs. Blair Zirkle; and four grandchildren^,.!