Article and Funeral Notice accompanied by Mrs. Ziegler’s photo.
Funeral Monday For Mrs. Ziegler
Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Baumgartner Ziegler, 94, mother of G. Clarence Ziegler and Allen Y. Ziegler, both promimant Orlando dairy operators, who died at a local nursing home Friday will be held Monday at 11 a.m. from the Fairchild Funeral Home.
The Rev. Marshall C. Dendy of First Presbyterian Church and the Rev. James A. Hendry of Pine Castle Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Ziegler came to Pine Castle from Illinois in 1914 and the Ziegler family has been identified with the growth and development of Orange County since that date.
She was president of the Ladies Auxiliary Society fo Carmil, Ill., and treasurer of the Lake Jenny Jewell Ladies Auxiliary here for a number of years.
Besides her two sons here, she is survived by one brother G. V. Baumgartner of Clay City, Ind., two step-sons, Sam A. Ziegler and H. L. Ziegler, both of Carmil, Ill; one sister, Mrs. Otis Royer of Clay City, five grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Active pallbearers will be F. C. Hansel, Homer Kelly, Mark Hohns, John Porter, Gene Speer, and Henry Burch.
Honorary pallbearers are N. P. Yowell, James Horrell, Ches. Magruder, Frank Guernsey, W. F. Brunson, C. H . Langston, James M. Milligan, Clarence Datson, Joe Bumby, Fred Tresher, Richard T. Tucker, S. A. Vaughn, S. H. Harrison, Maynard Evans, Harry Prise, Clarence Powell, G. I. Brewer, W. A. Pharr, Frank Roper, Judge Frank Smith, Judge Victor Hutchins, Judge William Murphy, Wilson Sanders, O. Beverley McEwan, R. D. Keene, L. B. McLeod, William Capeheart and Martin Anderson.
ZIEGLER, MRS. ELIZABETH B – Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth B. Ziegler age 94, of Pine Castle, Florida, who died Friday morning at a local nursing home will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. from Fairchild Chapel with Rev. Marshall C. Dendy, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Orlando and the Rev. James Hendry of the Pine Castle Methodist Church officiating and interment in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Ziegler is survived by two sons, Mrs. G. Clarence Ziegler and Mr. Allen Y. Ziegler, both of Orlando, one brother G. V. Baumgartner of Clay City, Ind., two step-sons, Sam A. Ziegler and H. L. Ziegler, both of Carmil, Ill; one sister, Mrs. Otis Royer of Clay City, five grandchildren and three great grandchildren