Mabel (1888 - 1942)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Weyhmiller, Anderson, Dwyer
The Loyal Tribune 08 October 1942
Weyhmiller, Mabel (23 SEP 1888 - 1 OCT 1942)
Mrs. Otto J. Weyhmiller, 54, died at her home here at 6:30 o’clock, Wednesday night, Sept 30, of pneumonia. The deceased was a partial invalid for 18 years and was confined to her bed for the past two years.
Funeral services were held from the Methodist church here on Tuesday afternoon, with interment in the Loyal cemetery. Two sons in the armed forces, Kenneth, stationed with the Coast Guard in California, and Maurice, at the Great Lakes (Ill.) Naval Training Station, arrived home to attend the funeral.
A complete obituary will appear in The Tribune next week.
(Follow on in The Loyal Tribune 15 October 1942)
Mrs. Otto Weyhmiller, nee Mabel Anderson, was born at Hartford, Wis., on Sept. 23, 1888. When a child she came to Clark county with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson.
She received her education in the schools of Hartford , Loyal and Unity and graduated from the Loyal high school in 1906. She taught school for several years in the town of Beaver.
She was married to Otto J. Weyhmiller at Loyal, on Mar. 25, 1914. Following their marriage, they made their home in the village of Loyal and had lived in their present home for the past 23 years.
Mrs. Weyhmiller died at her home here Thursday evening, Oct. 1, at 6:30, of pneumonia. She had been a partial invalid for 18 years, and for almost two years had been confined to her bed.
Throughout her long years of illness she remained cheerful and patient. She retained her interest in her friends and her community, although unable to participate in their activities. The devotion of her family helped lighten many of her weary hours.
Mrs. Weyhmiller was a member of the Loyal Methodist church and of the Royal Neighbors.
She is survived by her husband; two sons, Kenneth, in the U.S. coast guard, stationed at San Pedro, Cal., and Maurice, with the U.S. navy; a daughter, Harriet, at home; her father, George Anderson, Loyal; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Dwyer, Kila, Mont.; and two brothers, Ray Anderson of Rockford, Ill., and Verne Anderson of Eau Claire.
Pallbearers at the funeral were Harold Tucker, Hal Voight, Lothar Oestreich, Frank Oestreich, Herb Braun and Otto Stock.
Those in charge of flowers were Mrs. Frank Oestreich, Mrs. Harold Tucker, Mrs. Otto Stock, Mrs. G. W. Nelson, Mrs. Raymond Colby, Mrs. James Colby, Mrs. William Deuermeyer, Mrs. Lou Mack, Mrs. Herbert Braun and Mrs. Raymond Neuman.
Relatives from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen, Minneapolis, Minn.; Verne Anderson, Eau Claire. And Mrs. William Lipke, Mendota, Ill.
The Tribune joins the many friends of the deceased in extending sympathy to the bereaved.
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