Clipped From Freeport Journal-Standard
Mrs. Francis Bavery Funeral service was held to- da y in st - John's Lutheran Church, Oregon, Wis., for Mrs. Francis (Rosa M.) Bavery of Oregon, who died Saturday morning in a Madison, Wis., hospital following a brief illness. She was the mother of Mrs. Farnam (Edna) Flint, who runs the Bon-Ton Bakery in Freeport. The Rev. Immanuel Peterson, pastor, officiated. Burial was in! Paoli, Wis. Cemetery. Arrange- rangements were made by B. L. Booth Funeral Home, Oregon. Mrs. Bavery, a member of the Royal Neighbors Society, was born in 1887, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Geiger. She was married to Francis Bavery and they farmed in Paov li before retiring to Oregon in 1940. Surviving besides her husband are four daughters, Mrs. Roy (Florence) Olson and Mrs. Emmett Emmett (Rosemary) Manion, both of Belleville, Wis.; Mrs. Flint of Freeport; and Mrs. Roland (Darlene) Rygh of Oregon; a son, Eldon of Oregon; a brother, Frank of Belleville; 23 grandchildren; grandchildren; and 30 g r e a t -grandchildren. -grandchildren.