source: Indianapolis Star, issue of Sunday, January 22, 1939 - page 10:
MRS. KATE PADDACK DIES AT PLAINFIELD
Plainfield, Ind. - January 21 - Mrs. Kate Paddack, 81 years old, died here today at the home of a daughter, Mrs. E.M. Dill, wife of the superintendent of the Indiana Boys' School. Mrs. Paddack had come here on a visit from her farm home, 12 miles south of Indianapolis.
Widely known in the Waverly and Greenwood vicinities, she was the daughter of Jeremiah and Mary Vincent. Her father was one of the first physicians in that section of Indiana, going by oxcart from Cincinnati, Ohio, to the Waverly community where he practiced for many years.
Mrs. Paddack, a widow, had lived in the farm home since her marriage 61 years ago. Besides Mrs. Dill, survivors include two other daughters, Mrs. Grace Zaring and Mrs. Willetta Dressler and a son, Vincent E. Paddack, all of near Greenwood.
Funeral services will be held at the farm residence Monday morning.