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Stella M. Bilyeu Frank
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Birth: Jul. 10, 1892
Linn Creek
Camden County
Missouri, USA
Death: Aug. 4, 1955
Greene County
Missouri, USA

Daughter of Simon P. & Martha (McDowell) Bilyeu.

A pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Savage of Gardner, Kan., at 12 o'clock Thursday, September 1, when Rev. W. H. Scrivner of Olathe united in marriage Miss Stella M. Bilyeu and John R. Frank, both of this city. After the ceremony Mrs. Savage, assisted by Mrs. Frank Hodges of Olathe served a buffet dinner. The centerpiece was a large basket of old-fashioned flowers and ferns. Miss Bilyeu is a graduate nurse of the Springfield Hospital. St. Louis, Mo., and was in the world war as Red Cross nurse at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Ia., for two years. Mr. Frank is the son of Mrs. Mary Frank of this city. His is an electrician in the Frisco shops here and was in the aviation service overseas for two years. Mr. and Mrs. Frank left Thursday evening for a wedding trip of three weeks to the northern lakes and will be at home to their friends Oct. 1 in Springfield. They received many beautiful gifts. The out-of-town guest were: Mrs. Mary Frank of Springfield, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Scrivner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hodges, Mrs. Anna Grieves and Miss Bertha Cunningham, all of Olathe. (The Leader, Springfield, MO, Saturday Evening, September 3, 1921, p. 5)

Fatal Attack During Blaze
Springfield Woman Stricken at Fire
A heart attack claimed the life of a Springfield woman last night shortly after a fire was discovered in the garage of her son's home. Mrs. Stella M. Frank was pronounced dead upon arrival at Springfield Baptist Hospital where she was taken by Seiferd ambulance. Mrs. Frank lived with her son, William F. Frank, at 2416 South Roanoke. The son, a meteorologist at the Springfield Weather Bureau, had just reported to work when his wife discovered smoke coming from the garage. Fire trucks from No. 6 station answered the call at 10:45 p.m. for help and used oxygen and the resuscitator on the woman who had collapsed while seated on the front steps. The blazed caused little damage to the garage but filled the house with smoke. Mrs. Frank was a resident of Springfield for the past 35 years. Her husband, John died six years ago. Mrs. Frank, a nurse during World War I, was a member of the Campbell Street Methodist Church, the Nurses Club, the War Widows and the Royal Neighbors Club. Besides the son with whom she made her home, Mrs. Frank is survived by four sisters, Mrs. E.E. Erickson of San Francisco, Mrs. George Moore of High Point, Mo., Mrs. Oscar Myers of Berkeley, Calif., and Mrs. W.C. Brown of Jefferson City and two grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Herman Lohmeyer. (The Leader-Press, Springfield, MO, Friday, Aug. 5, 1955) 
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  John R. Frank (1892 - 1949)
JULY 10 1892 - AUG 4 1955
Eastlawn Cemetery
Greene County
Missouri, USA
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Record added: Aug 30, 2010
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Stella M. <i>Bilyeu</i> Frank
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