Obit: Hales, Amelia Marie (1892 -
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hales, Krause, Hillert, Dudei, Eid, Dankemyer, Egbert, Moede, Domke
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 28, 1950
Hales, Amelia Marie (20 December 1892 - 26 September 1950)
Mrs. Loren Hales died at her home in the Town of York early Tuesday morning. Tentative funeral arrangements are being made for Friday afternoon from the Gilbertson Funeral Home in Granton. A complete obituary will be published later.
Source; Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 5, 1950
Funeral services were conducted at 2 o’clock on Friday from the American Lutheran Church at Granton for Mrs. Loren Hales, who died at her home in the Town of York on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Hales had suffered from bronchial asthma for several years. She lay in state at the Gilbertson Funeral Home until time of the services. Rev. Leonard Domke officiated. Interment was made in the Windfall Cemetery.
Mrs. Hales, nee Amelia Marie Krause, was born on December 20, 1892 in the Town of York. She received her education in the Granton public schools. Seven years of her life were spent working as clerk in the Granton post office. On July 12, 1919, she was married to Loren Hales in the Town of Fremont. They have resided on their farm in the Town of York since their marriage.
Mrs. Hales was a member of the American Lutheran Church and also of the Ladies Aid. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. Martin (Marie) Hillert, Granton; Mrs. Hubert (Evelyn) Dudei, Milwaukee; Mrs. John (Margie) Eid, Madison; Jeanette and Albert at home; two grandchildren and four brothers and sisters, Frank Krause of Rhame, N.D.; Mrs. Freeman (Elsie) Dankemyer of Chili; Mrs. W. C. Egbert of Fremont, O.; and Mrs. Richard (Lydia) Moede of Whitewater. She was preceded in death by one child, two brothers and one sister.
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