Louis Pavlik Obituary
noon till 12 midnight. Final Rites for Louis Pavlik, 79, Held Here Monday Funeral services for Louis Pavlik, 7!t, who died Saturday afternoon in Hubbard Funeral Home and St. Michael's Michael's Catholic Church Monday morning with Msgr. Anthony F.Drozd officiating. Interment was in St. Michael's Michael's Cemetery. A 40-year resident of the Content area, Mr. Pavlik had been in ill health had been making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Frank Berger, and family at San Antonio, but at the lime of his death was visiting here with another daughter. Mrs. Pauline Hiidiish. He became seriously ill on Thursday morning ami was ndmltled In I he hospital. Born September in, 1 «7.1, Mr. Pnv- ik \va.- a native of Austria. He was nol quite in year.; old when lie rml- graled to America with his family in 18»;i. Mr. Pnvlik's wife, the former Miss Anna ijebauer, died April 20, 1!M2. (New Rielau Palmen Lodge No. 203) and Kt. Joseph's Society. Surviving arc six daughters. Mrs. Martha Uerger anil Mrs. Alma Za- lesliy of San Antonio, Mrs. Elsie Cej- l<a of Houston, Mrs. Annie Kunz of Hondo, Mrs. Pauline Hidash of Weimar. Weimar. Mrs. Ida Stirl of Rosenberg, and Mrs. Alvlna Cabaniss of Falls Church, Virginia; six sons. Frank, Joe. Otto children and 5 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers for the services were Adolf Schindler, Alfred J. Katncr. Frank Anders Sr.. Ed Kainer. Frank Wick and F. F. Anders.