Anna Gebauer Pavlik Obituary
Funeral Services Held Wednesday for Mrs. Anna Pavlik Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Favlik. 65, wife of Mr. Louis Pavlik, Pavlik, were held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, at St^ Michael's Church, with the Rev, Otto officiating. Interment Interment was made in St. Michael's Cemetery. Mrs. Pavlik was a daughter of Mr. and K>s. Joseph Gebauer. She was born in Austria on May 24, 1876 and moved with her parents to America n 1889, settling near Schulenburg. She was married to Mr. Louis Pavik, Pavik, October 18, 1896, near Weimar. The couple spent their married life n Colorado County. She was a member of the Catholic Church and St. Anne Society. Mrs. Pavlik had been in ill health for about five years. Survivors include her husband, Mr. Louis Pavlik, and her father, Mr. Joseph Joseph Gebauer. who live in the Content Content community; one sister, Mrs. Mary Mary Benthal of Fort Worth; two brothers brothers preceded her in death. Other survivors are 13 children: Mrs. Frank Berger, Mrs. Ray Zalesky. Miss Alvina Pavlik, all of San Antonio; Antonio; John Pavlik of Ft. Sam Houston. Houston. Edgar Pavlik of Camp Bowie, Frank Pavlik. Joe Pavlik, Otto Pavlik, Pavlik, Mrs. Pauline Hadash, Mrs. Frank Cejka and Herman Pavlik of Weimar; Weimar; Mrs. G. A. Stirl of Houston. Mrs. Frank Kunz of San Antonio. Thirteen grandchildren also survive. survive. The Mercury extends sincere condolence condolence to the bereaved family.