1964 Anna Bauknecht Shea Obit
Mrs. Anna Shea (Memorial Home. The Rev Bel m Anni m ci.. ni tramea Ephrem will officiate (i: . Jland burial will be In St. Jo- Jo- nnn,.m o a;..a . ,. n ! seph s Cemetery wMn minis oiuit, uicu Hi l.du, . , , MarK SIC nua uui ll III swnua, (?iui vii a.m. Tuesday at the Ncl-D Ncl-D Ncl-D o r Arms Nursing Home. Before going to the nursing home she made her home with a daughter at 704 W. Front. Her funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Beck Memorial Home, with Dr. Chester Chester Grubb officiating. Burial will be in Park Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the Memorial Memorial Home after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Shea was born In Car-lock Car-lock Car-lock April 21, 1871, a daughter of Christian and Liza Spots Bauknrcht. She married Thomas Thomas A. Shea Dec. 21, 1895, in Bloomington. Surviving are the daughter, Mrs. Margaret Defenbaugh, 704 W. Front; two sisters, Mrs. Tom Bennett and Mrs. Nora Mortimore, both of Pontiac; one granddaughter, and three greatgrandchildren. greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, five sisters and three brothers. She attended the First Christian Christian Church. Julian L. Frink Julian L. Frink, 54, of 706 E. Front died unexpectedly at 2:50 30, 1910, the son of Irone L. and Luella Baumgarder Frink. He married Marie Frisch at Du buque. Iowa, Sept. 8, 1937. Mr. Frink was proprietor o the Frink Auto Repair at 214 E Front for the last 19 years. Survivors include his wife two sisters, Mrs. Edna Griffin Huntington Beach. Calif.; Mrs Arbutus Smith, Gibson City three brothers, Glenn E., 206 E Poplar, Normal; Delmar D Long Lake, Minn.; Aubrey C. Orange, Calif Mr. Frink was preceded in death by his parents. He was a veteran of World war II. Thomas D. Schmidt Thomas David Schmidt, son of Irvin W. and Martha L. Por ter Schmidt. 1112 S. Barker was stillborn at 4:42 p.m. Mon day at Mennonite Hospital. Graveside services were held at 3 p.m. today at Park Hil Cemetery, with the Rev. Donald Marsh officiating. The Beck Memorial Home had charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mae Lyon Mrs. Mae Lyon, wife of Sher- Sher- a.m. Tuesday at Brokaw Hospi- Hospi- man L. Lyon, formerly of 1703 tal. He had been ill for some E. Washington, died Saturday time, but was at work Monday, in Clermont, Fla. His funeral will be at 2:30, Funeral and burial were in p.m. Thursday at the Metzler Logan County, Ohio.