2nd obit, Catherine Bavester Payne
-s Funeral Monday For Mrs. Payne I Funeral services for Mrs rsfh erine Payne, 1501 West Washington street, who died Thursday night, will be held at 11 a. m. Monday at the Beck Memorial home. Burial will be in Park Hill cemetery. Mrs. Payne was born May 29, 1883 at Staffordshire, England. She was the daughter nf r.enruB and Elizabeth Bavester and was married to Richard Bennett in England. He preceded her in death. She came to th linitorf States with her two sons in Janu ary 1913. Later she married Harry M. Payne of Bloomington, who also preceded her in death. Surviving are three sons. Rirh- ard and Josepii Bennett of Chicago and Clarence Payne of Pueblo, Colorado; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson; one stepson, C. H. Payne, and one step daughter, Mrs. Henry Guler of Bloomineton: two brothers Wil liam Bavester, 1501 West Washington street; John Bavester, 1413 West Sheridan street; one sister. Miss Elizabeth Bavester. StjifrWri- shire, England. Also surviving are six granacniidren and two step grandchildren. , She was a mermher nf tihA Pm-u Methodist church and the auxiliary to the Loyal Order of Moose.