firs. Bauman Elites Tuesday
Funeral services for Mrs. Edna Bauman, 62, wife of William Bau¬ man and widely known Danbury- twp resident, will be held Tuesday at 2 from the Gerner and Wolf funeral home with Pastor Harry Holzapfel officiating. Burial will be made in Lakeview cemetery.
Mrs. Bauman died at 6:40 p.m. Friday in Magruder hospital w^^e she had been a patient since Jan. 5. She .had been ill six years. Sur¬ viving are her husband, one daugh¬ ter, Mrs. Luther Paulsen of San¬ dusky, a son Wesley Bauman of La Grange, O., four grandchildren, three brothers, Edwin Schultz of Gypsum, Frank Schultz of San¬ dusky, and John Schultz of Dan- bury. She was born Apr. 8, 1895.
Mrs. Bauman was a member of St. Paul's Ladies' Aid and the Wimodaughsis Club. The family announced that contributions to the 3t. Paul's Lutheran church or to the Luther Home of Mercy would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.
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