I Laura Bauch Passes Away
Miss Laura Bauch, daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. Julian Bauch, formerly of St. John's Lutheran Crurch, Oak Harbor, passed away Nov. 23, in Santa Barbara, Calif., after a long ill¬ ness.
A graduate Of Salem-Oak Har¬ bor schools, Miss Bauch taught school here several years. Later she became a registered nurse and at one time served as superintend¬ ent of Sparrow hospital in Lans¬ ing, Michigan.
After retiring, Miss Bauch spent her winters in Santa Barbara with a Sister, Mrs. Magda Beier, and her summers at her cottage in Northern Michigan.
Surviving are three sisters: Mrs. Magda Beier, Santa Barbara; Mrs. Christian Hemnannj Lansing and Mrs. A. L. J^urnran, Toledo.
j Among the local relatives are Mrs. Carl Bauch, a sister-in-law and
I Mrs. Ray Zorn, a niece.
! Graveside services were held
■ Wednesday forenoon in Union Cemetery, Robinson's morticians directing and Rev. G. F. Shoup officiating.
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