Obit: Carteron, Una Mae (1901 - 1934)

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Surnames: CARTERON, SCRIBBINS

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Wis.) 04/12/1934

Carteron, Una Mae (13 JUN 1901 - 6 APR 1934)

Miss Una Mae Carteron, R.N. was accidentally killed in an automobile accident on Highway 73, about five miles north of this city, at about one o’clock Friday morning, April 6, 1934. Miss Carteron, Miss Alvera Dahlby and Wesley Schwarze were returning home from Owen when the tragedy occurred. Miss Carteron sprang or was thrown from the moving automobile as the vehicle struck a soft spot in the highway and lurched toward the ditch. She was pinned beneath the car as it overturned. Drs. Olson and Gaillardet were called to the scene of the accident, but found that her chest had been crushed and that death must have been instantaneous. Schwarze and Miss Dahlby were only slightly hurt.

Una Mae Carteron, R.N., was born to Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Carteron in Chickasaw County, Iowa, June 13, 1901. She resided there for one year, when her parent moved to Dane County, Wis. In 1914 she came with her parent to Clark County, Wis., where she has resided until her death. She graduated from the Greenwood High School with the class of 1919 and from the St. Joseph’s School of Nursing at Marshfield in 1927.

Since that date she has been following her profession doing private nursing. Death came suddenly and unexpectedly April 6, 1934. She had reached the age of 32 years, 9 months and 23 days.

Besides her parents she leaves four brothers, Vivian, Lester, Eugene and Neale, her fiancée, Arthur Scribbins of Milwaukee, two sisters-in-law, Mary and Florence Carteron, two nieces, Lorraine and Beverly, one nephew, Vaughn Carteron, besides a host of other relatives and friends.

Deceased was a loveable young lady who lived the greater part of her life in this vicinity. She was always pleasant and cheerful and a friend to all who knew her. The esteem in which she was held was manifest by the large attendance at the funeral services, which were held at the local Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Monday. Rev. Glenn H. Shanks officiated. Burial took place in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Relatives from out of the city who were here for the funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carteron, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carteron, James Best, Lavern Best, Elmer Best, Ward Gill and Harold Fletcher of Belleville, Wis.; Arthur Scribbins and Bernard Finnegan of Milwaukee.

Many nurses of St. Joseph’s School of Nursing, Marshfield, and som of the doctors of the Marshfield Clinic also attended the funeral. The active pallbearers were Roland Loos, Durward Schwarze, Herbert Schwarze, Orland Boyce, Ralph Macknick and Lloyd Macknick.

Honorary pallbearers were the Misses Helen Seubert, Margaret Mayer, Margaret Wheeler, Gertrude Braun, Mrs. A. Kroll and Mrs. W. Buckley, all graduate nurses of St. Joseph’s Hospital. The flower offerings were many and beautiful and the following acted as flower girls, Nella Hartson, Louise Meyer, Lucille Vollrath and Lillian Behrens.

 

 


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