Obit: Sloniker, Myrtle M. (1867 - 1921)

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----Source: GREENWOOD GLEANER (Greenwood, Wis.) 04/14/1921

Sloniker, Myrtle M. (31 MAY 1867 - 4 APR 1921)

Myrtle May Apker was born May 31, 1867, in the town of Woodland, Sauk Co., Wis.

In 1890 she was united in marriage to J.S. Sloniker at Reedsburg, Wis. They made their home at Hillsboro, Wis. for a few years and in 1896 moved to their present home, 3 miles east of Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.

Six children were born to this union, they being Earl, Greenwood; Mrs. Elmer Horn, Spencer; Mrs. Arnold Beyer, Greenwood; Mrs. Oscar Bragstad, Atwood; Wren, who died Dec. 13, 1915 and Ross, who is still residing at home.

Deceased was taken to the hospital at Eau Claire, March 26, where she underwent an operation for tumor. She died at the hospital on Monday, April 4th, 1921.

She was a member of Forest Queen Camp, R.N. of A. and also a member of the F.R.A. Council No. 123.

The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon, April 6, Rev. Bickell officiating.

Deceased was a kind and loving wife and mother and her kindly personality won for her a place in the hearts of all who knew her. Her many friends in the city and community fell a sense of personal loss at her death.

Those who were here from away to attend the funeral were; Mrs. Nettie Nash of Ironton, Wis., Mr. West Apker of Madison, Wis., Mrs. Ebe Apker, Mr. Harve Sloniker, Mrs. Florence Drake and Mr. B. Apker, all of Wonewoc, Wis.



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