Leontine Toudouze Obituary
Alexander A. Walker ! Funeral services for Alexander Alexander A. Walker, 82, of 310 W. Gramercy PI., owner of Aviation Aviation Coffee Co., who died Friday, Friday, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday Monday in Porter Loring Mortuary with entombment in Mission Burial Park. He was a native of Georgia and had lived in San Antonio for the past 55 years. He was a m e m b e r of laurel Heights Methodist Church, San Antonio Rotary Club, Hermann Sons and was a former member of Manufacturers Manufacturers Association and the National Coffee Roasters Association. Association. He is survived by his wile, Mrs. Eva L. Walker; two d a u g h t e r s , Mrs. Larkin 0. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Freeman, Freeman, both of San Antonio; three Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Southside Funeral Funeral Home Chapel. Requiem Mass will be at 9:30 a.m. Mond Mond a y in St. Leo's Catholic Church. Burial will be in El Carmen Cemetery, Losoya. She Is survived by one broth er, Leon Toudouze, and two sis ters, Miss Josephine Toudouze and Mrs. C. L. Walker, all of San Antonio. Mrs, Rote Shalhoub Rosary will be recited at 8 i.m. Sunday in Porter Loring Mortuary for Mrs. Rosa Shal mub, Â·grandchildren grandchildren. and four- great Mn. Irmo Field Mrs. Irrna Estes Field, 93, of 703 Inspiration Dr., died Satur; : day. She is survived by a daughter, :; Mrs. Golden G. Green; a grand son, and three sisters, Mrs. D e c i e Eaves, Mrs. Haltie McCauley, both of Center, Tex. and Mrs. Maggie Coulter, Na cogdoches, Services will be. at_2:30 p.m Monday in. Homer McClaugher ly Mortuary. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Â· Henry A.' Boughman Henry A. Baughman, 88, o 535 Cicero Dr., 'died Saturday. Baughman, a retired quarry foreman for a cement firm, 1 isj survived by his wife, Mrs. Car-! rie Baughman; four sons,,Clar sons,,Clar e n c e , Homer "and Samuel .Baughman, all of San Antonio, Henry Albert Baughman Jr., Houston; a stepson, Jesse Richardson, Richardson, California; three'broth- e r s , Wilbiirn and Woodard Baughman, both of Houston, and Smith Baughman, Crockett; two sisters, :Mrs.' Ellie Cook, Houston, and Mrs. Lydia Eiler, Louisiana; 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Shalhoub died Saturday. Services will be at 8:30 a.m. Monday in the mortuary'. Mass will'be at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church wilh burial in S a n Fernando Archdiocesan Cemetery. She was 3 native of [jebanon and had lived in San Antonio :he past 70 years. She is survived by two sons, Joseph and Philip; three daugh- of 152 Lovera. Mrs War St. Mrs. children Monday T 14 Viekey Shalhoub and Miss Maggie Maggie Shalhoub,-all of San An- .onio; eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Mrs. John P. Uyell Graveside services and burla for Mrs. John'P. Lovell 88, of 107 W. Myrtle St., who died Friday, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Mission Burial Park. Porter Loring Mortuary is in charge :ers, Mrs. Mary LaHood, Miss arrangements. She was a native of Fort Monday in Roy Akers Funeral Home. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Sister M. Alcantara Requiem Mass was celebrated Saturday for Sister M. Alcan tara, C.D.P. (nee Johanna Hybner) Hybner) of Our Lady of the Lake Convent, who died Friday. Burial was in Providence Cemetery under direction o Zizik - Kearns - Downing. Frank A. Sklos* Frank A. Skloss, 63, of 418 Halliday Ave., died Saturday. Skloss, a civil service em ptoye in production control a Kelly AFB, is survived by his wife, Mrs. Victoria Skloss; daughter, Mrs. Rpber J. Wood both of San Antonio; a son, Rob ert Skloss, California; a sister Mrs. Julian Kotara, Cestohowa two brothers, Joe Skloss, Sa Antonio, and Benjamin Skloss Cestohowa, and three grand daughters. Rosary will be recited at 81 p.m. Monday in St. Cecilia's! Catholic Church. Services will 1 be at lit a.m. Tuesday in the c h u r c h with Con-celebrated Mass. Burial will be in the San Fernando Cemetery No. 2 under direction of Zizik - Kearns Downing Funeral Home. Leontine Toudcuie Miss Leontine Toudouze. 89, 151 W. Hafer Ave., died Saturday. Saturday. Forth and had lived in San Antonio for the past 59 years. was a member of Central Chrisan Chrisan Church. She is survived by one daugh- er, Mrs. George Parker of San ntonio; three grandchildren nd six great grandchildren. Mrs: Martha C. Chriitman Funeral services for Mrs Martha C, Christman, 76, of 2, Box 335, who died Friday, vill be at 3:30 p.m. Monday Porter Loring Mortuary. Burial will be in the Anchor Masonic Cemetery. She was a native of Rockford, 11. and had lived in San Antonio or the past 55 years. She member of Chapter No. 3, Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by one son, William P.'Christman of San \nlonio; one sister, Mrs. Norman Norman Lee of Houston and one jrandson. the Mn. Eliza Teal Funeral services for Mrs Eliza Teal, 77, of 1431 Hillcrest Dr., West, who died Friday, x at 2 p.m. Monday in Porter Loring Mortuary. Burial will in Sunset Memorial Park. She was a native of Indiana and had lived in San Antonio for the past 42 years. She m e m b e r of Alamo Heights Methodist Church. She is survived by three David G. and Richard G. of Antonio and Harry A. of Irving; one daughter. Mrs. William A. Cope!and of Wewoka, Okla.; sister, Mrs. Maude K. Cooper Pine Bluff, Ark.; nine grandchildren grandchildren and two great Â· drcn. grandchil- T. Sot. Jimmy D. Kiebler Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Sunday in Angelus Chapel for T. Sgt. Jimmy D. Kiebler USA (Ret.), 39, of 7514 Westlyn D r . Kiebler died Tuesday Blessing services will be at i a.m. Monday in Angelus followed by Requiem Mass at 9:30 a.m. in St. Vincent de Catholic Church. Burial will in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.