Obit: Woempner, Clarence (1920 - 1923)
Surnames: WOEMPNER DAELLENBACH NAUMAN KOERNER
----Source: DORCHESTER/ABBOTSFORD CLARION (Abbotsford, Clark Co., WI) 04/27/1923
Woempner, Clarence (4 AUG 1920 - 17 APR 1923)
Little Clarence Woempner, the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woempner, of the town of Mayville, Clark County, Wis., died at the Marshfield Hospital, Tuesday, April 17th, 1923, at 3 p.m. of blood poisoning, aged 2 years, 8 months and 13 days.
The funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon , April 20th first from the home and then from the St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Rev. Keiper officiating, and his four cousins, Emil and Conrad Daellenbach and Arnold and Henry Woempner acted as pallbearers, while the flower girls were Martha Nauman, Martha Koerner, Marth and Leona Daellenbach.
Clarence Elmer Woempner was born Aug. 4th, 1920. As the boy born before him had died, naturally this son was doubly welcome and made their cup of joy full, the little fellow seemed to feel their happiness and radiated like a sunbeam from the first, a laughing, merry darling whose going seemed almost unbearable. Why he is one we know not, but we may be sure he is one of that happy throng who are singing praises near the throne of the Lamb.
Though their hearts are aching with great loneliness, made more so by the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Woempner have laid to rest a son and daughter before this little sunbeam, still they are comforted by the thought that for Clarence pain and sorrow are over and joy that passeth understanding alone remains.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his parents, one sister Alma and numerous other relatives.
Those from out of town who attended the obsequies were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Benzman, their son Charles and Mrs. Benzman's sister, Colby, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benzman, Milan, Mr. and Mrs. John Daellenbach and children, Curtiss, and Mrs. Harry Demand, Abbotsford.
The Clarion joins their many friends in offering sincerest sympathy to these bereaved ones.
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