Friday O ,1 Mrs. Stokesbary GARNER -- Funeral services for Pauline Stokesbary, 79, will be held at the First Methodist Church in Garner at 1:30 Friday with the, Rev. C. Boggie in charge, Burial will in the Renwick Cemetery, Renwick, with t h e Bonn Home of Garner in charge. Stokesbary died Tuesday at Good Samaritan 'Home, Mason City, where she h a d since 1961. Survivors include o n , Arvid, Raytown, Mo.; daughter, Mrs, .-'Â· Titus (Marguerite) (Marguerite) Menke, Clear L a seven stepchildren, Mrs. Lehman Twaites, Grand Rapids, Minn.; Mrs. Frank Perkins, Waterloo; Mrs. Alva Graham, Mason City; George Stokes jary, ary, Garner; Mason Clinton Stokes- City; William Stokesbary, Caldwell, I d a and Elvin Stokesbary, Garden City, Minn., and 24 grandchildren. grandchildren. . , Â· Mrs. Stokesbary was an ac- :ive member of First Methodist Church, Garner, ' a n d Rebekah Lodge No. 217.