Obit: Moldenhauer, Olive Julia (1928 - 1932)

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Surnames: Moldenhauer, Vornholt, Stevens, Clinton, Gassen, Lorenzen, Heinrichs, Eide

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Oct. 1932

Moldenhauer, Olive Julia (4 May 1928 -8 Oct. 1932)

Olive Julia Moldenhauer, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Moldenhauer, died Saturday evening, Oct. 8, at 9:30 o'clock, after a week's illness from pneumonia and other complications.

Olive was born in Neillsville, May 4, 1928, and was four years, five months and five days old at the time of her death.

She was an almost perfectly beautiful child and was a great favorite of all who knew her, her delicate beauty making her especially noticeable. Her death is a sad blow to the home and even among her classmates at Sunday school and in the kindergarten, her death has brought grief to the hearts of all her little friends.

She leaves her grief-stricken parents and two sisters, Misses Irene and Dolly Moldenhauer who were employed in Milwaukee but who were called home by the critical illness of their little sister.

The funeral is held today, Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m., at the home and at 2 o'clock at the Reformed church, Rev. E. H. Vornholt officiating. Four girls acted as pallbearers: Eileen Stevens of Shortville, Agnes Clinton and Annabel Gassen, Neillsville, and Reesa Lorenzen of Tripoli. Two cousins, Irabelle and Katharine Heinrichs of Wausau and Mary Ellen (surname unreadable) and Rachael Eide of Neillsville were flower girls.

 

 


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