Services for train victim held today. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Pflughoeft Chapel for Mrs. Mildred Pender, age 46 of 226 North Lake Park Avenue Hobart. Who was instantly killed Friday, when an eastbound Pennsylvania passenger train struck her when she was on her way to work. The accident accured at 3:15 p.m. at the North Lake Park crossing near the brickyard. Mrs. Pender had left her home and was driving toward the business district to pick up a lady passenger who worked with her at the Kingsbury Ordinance Plant. ( three words illedgeable), evidently becoming confused as she saw the train approaching she drove directly into it's path. The engineer, William Hoy, said. The crossing flashers were working he added. Her car was completely demolished. Flying glass from the windshield injured two unidentified passengers on the train. Suviving Mrs. Pender are her husband, John Orville Pender, 3 daughters, Betty Louise, Shirley Jo, and Charlene, all at home; one sister, Mrs. Oma Hoeflith of Springfield Illinois; and one brother Mert Clark of Hillsdale Indiana where Mrs. Pender was born. Rev. Robert Johnson of the First Baptist Church officiated, with burial in the Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.