Joseph Buckner and Joseph Meyers pall bearers for Frances Schulte (1934)
Â» dust on agricul- morning. states said. soil t h a t may county f f e c t on tho SERVIOE8 AEE OONDUOTBD TOR ME8. HENRY SOHTJLTE' Funeral services for MrÂ«. Franws .Mary Schalte, wife of Henry Schulte, 325 Vine street, who awny unexpectedly Tuesday morning wcra held Friday doming, 8;30 a. m., from the Edgar K. Wagner funeral funeral homo and were followed by, requiem hi/fh mass in St. Staphen'si Catholic church, 9 a. rn., with Rev. Diomcdo I'ohlkamp, 0. P. M., officiating. officiating. Interment was mndo in St. Stephen's cematery. Hundreds oE her frienils and relatives called Thursday to pay tbeir final respects to ono they had dearly loved in life. The b e a u t i f u l bouquets were- a great consolation to ths bereaved family. Pall bearers were Joseph B. Meyers, William Welling- h o f f , Joseph Uuckner, Ben Schoster, Joseph Lander and Joseph C. Huh!.