Anna Sophia ParkerBean Obit
C, another of Fair the trade ru 3IRS AND! 3EAX DIES Funeral Held 3Ionday for Long-Time Reident Here Mrs Andy Bean, 78, a long-! _ime resident of this community, died at her home m Nashua, on Sa'urdav Oct. 16th. Mrs Bean had been ill for a long time, having never recovered from a broken hip suffered m a fall three and a half years ago. During her last months, she also suffered from, a cancer and other ailments. funeral services were neid on Monday, at the Chenoweth Funeral Funeral ho~e, with Rev. J. B. Bird the Methodist church officiating- Solos were sung by Mrs. E. Baumbach, accompanied on en piano by ?Jrs. Edna Perry. Buna 1 was made in cemetery. Pallbearers were^Roj t . Lau^hery. Wayne Clayton, Haro DuBois, Geo. Nemmers, Osgopc Wait and Ed Crotry. Flower ladle- were Mrs. Z. D. Knight and *or John Wedemeyer. She was a native of born June 20, 1865, the daugnfer - great Mrs. a While named" her Ann Sophia she was still a child, tne famJy moved to Iowa, and maae t home in the vicmty oi *** She was married to Andy m e 12, 1993, at Cbaries Cuy. June maneuvers \von contest *o only ms nanie and and they began their home : toe on a fanr. near Nashua. La-t thaf celebrated their 60th ding anniversary. Tnere were six cmldren, te of ^bom-Pearl and Albert-preceded Albert-preceded her in death. Surviving are her husband ^reeVons 0 Guy. Holt and Leu Xn^a "daughter, ilrs. Mcda together with eight f^dchila- ren and one great grandchild, Bean also leaves three Brother, Ben of Waterloo, Wm. oi C^to Rapids and Joe, oi Charles City.