Logansport Pharos-Tribune - 6 Dec. 1948
Dora M. Bard Passes Away Mrs. Dora May Bard, 72, of Thirteenth street, passed away at 5:30 o'clock Monday morning at St. Joseph's hospital following a short illness. Death was cansed by a heart ailment. Born in Carroll county on September 16, 1876, she Â· was the daughter ot Arthur D. and J. Welborne Skinner. Mrs. Bard waa a member of the Holy Tabernacle. \ Surviving .are the husband, Taylor H. Bard; a son. James A., city; a daughter, Mrs. Vera C. Patton, 1220 Smead street; two sisters, Mrs-. Faye Calvert, of Lafayette, and .Mrs. Daisy Ball, oÂ£ Blingliurst; four brothers, .Joe Skinner, of Lafayette, Charles,'"6'P New "Waverly; Donald, of Bremen, and Elmer, of Peru;, and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 o'clock "Wednesday afternoon at the . Holy Alliance Tabernacle with Rev. R. P. officiating. Burial will be made the Zion cemetery west of Bring- hnrst. The body was taken from the Chase-Miller funeral home to the residence of the daughter, Yera Patton, where it will remain until 12:30 p. m. "Wednesday. it will be taken to the church in. stato until time of the rites.