magdalena bachman 1917 obituary at Calvary Cemetery in Wichita Kansas

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ygzrai?:1 nonua, crczzi: c, ion . Gilman. . . . Ari 75 1 1.50. Somers, Sar-ver. Sar-ver. If. R. C At who for his funeral Gill Walter of the Thirteenth be a office lifetime, two C. P. the Chicago. Grove tO which has been applied to the daring blcdraan, is well deserved. With his machine a mass of sparks and flames he mounted high Into the sky last night and started his hazardous stunts. Swishing back and forth, swerving this way and that, he left a. fiery trail of sparks In his wake. It was like a huge hawk, wounded 'and fall ing, with fiery, feathers dropping 1o the ground. Th flight started- started- at T o'clock. when Gertson ascended from the West Side racetrack. He performed bis loops, .dips and dives over . the exposition buildings and returned to his hangar at 7:30 o'clock. ' A night flight Is considered the most dangerous sturvt performed by aviators. The danger does not lie in flying bat In landing. Fifty-four Fifty-four Fifty-four flaming red light torches were used to show the aviator where to lan a last night. Gertson will make similar flights Wednesday and Friday nights at 7:15 o'clock. Vegas; K.M-.-and K.M-.-and K.M-.-and K.M-.-and K.M-.-and UraE. I Campbell Campbell of "Wlchltv. jfr;Cl had been a resident of Harvey county for thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five years. The funeral win be held at t o'clock" Wednesday afternoon afternoon at the 'home. 1127" outh Emporia, Emporia, avenue.- avenue.- Rev. C. A. Kitch wl 1 preach the ' sermon. The G. A. R. will conduct the services at the grave. Burial will b made in Highland cemetery.- cemetery.- Flanagan & Bourraan have charge of funeral arrangements. lives at home. The funeral will be held at 19 o'clock this morning in the Catholic cathedral. Burial will SH ELTON Tha funeral . Mrs. Stella Sbelton. who died Catnrday, wlll.oe held it 2 o'clock this afternoon afternoon at the Mueller Undertaking, par-lers. par-lers. par-lers. .Rev. Ford will preach the r-nsoru r-nsoru r-nsoru Bar! a! wlU.be inade ta High-land High-land High-land cemetery. ' GTEALIER REPORTED - SUNK SHOWS UP An Atlantic Port, Oct- Oct- The Brit ish steamer Tamaqua, which was re ported to have been sunk off the Irish coast on September 29 by a submarine, submarine, arrived here today. o Deaths and Funerals STQLFUS The funeral of Allmetta Stolfus, 14 years old. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Stolfus. will be held at the Gill Funeral home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Funk, pas tor of Fairview Christian church. will have charge of'the funeral serv ices. Burial will be made in Mappi Grave cemetery. BRADLEY Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley, age 73 years, died In Chicago Octo ber 6 and the body was brought here yesterday. Burial will be made in Maple Grove cemetery today. A short service will be conducted at 12 o'clock at the grave by Dr. A. M. Brodie. Funeral arrangements are In charge of L.W. GilL CALF. David B. Cale. aged tZ years, died Sunday at his home at 1127 South Emporia avenue. Besides his wife, three daughters survive. They are Mrs. Hattie E. Ford of Los Angeles, Mrs. C. II. Chambers of Las GROSH The funeral of Mrs. Ma rlon Grosh. age S9 years, who died Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Armstrong, 1824 West Maple street. wH be held Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Armstrong. Rev. Burns will conduct the service. Bu, rial will be made in Highland cemetery. cemetery. I. W. GUI has charge of 'fu neral arrangements. " Bowman-Brown Bowman-Brown Bowman-Brown Co. 128 North" Main Street Present v? BA CH MAN Mrs. Lena Dtchmin. age S3 years, died Monday morning at her home, five miles northeast of Wichita. She had been a resident of Sedgwick county for fifteen years Her husband and eleven children an J three brothers and 'ihrce sisters survive.' survive.' The children are George E. Bachman of Derby, Mrs. Terta Kleinnlger of Wichita. Will Bachman of Nashville. Kan, Mrs. Anna Burts of Wichita. Mrs. Clara Peters of Nashville. Kan, Mrs. Minnie Peters of Wichita. Frank C Bachman of Kansas City, Mrs. Anna Sinnott of Leavenworth. Mrs. P.osa Curry o Andover, Frederick Bachman of Wichita and Victoria Bachman. who JUST THE THING before.goln5 to school Keeps mo from rfetting that tired feelinj POSTMSTIES The National I Wheat Saver: I J II 1 fl'A i ft M n ft n v-1 v-1 v-1 i it i Brilliant Showing - of Voxncn,s and blisses' Smart Suits ' with that luxuriant aspect. 11 $19.75, $25.00, and r: up to $75.00. U Clever Dresses with distinctive style notes. $10.00, $13.50, $19.75, $25.00 and $32.50. Beautiful Coats of p-aceful, p-aceful, p-aceful, volaminou diraoiiMoiiH. $15.00, $25.00, $29.00. . $35.00 and up to $90.00. Special newly conceived and very smart Millinery Hats $3.50, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and up to $25.00 You Never Pay More at Bowman-Brown Bowman-Brown Bowman-Brown .Company i! m 1 Mi

Clipped from The Wichita Daily Eagle09 Oct 1917, TuePage 8

The Wichita Daily Eagle (Wichita, Kansas)09 Oct 1917, TuePage 8
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