Charles N. (1851 - 1935)
Surnames: GUTH BLECK GOULD MILLER
----Sources: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co., WI) 09/13/1935
Guth, Charles N. (10 FEB 1851 - 10 SEP 1935)
Word was received this week of the death of Charles Guth, who has been living at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Bleck, at Clintonville, which occurred Tuesday evening, Sept. 10th, 1935. Mr. Guth has been in ill health for some time.
Funeral services will be conducted at Clintonville Friday forenoon, Sept. 1, and the remains will be brought to Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.) where burial will be made at the Memorial Cemetery in the afternoon.
Mr. Guth leaves one son, Edwin Guth of Dorchester, and two daughters, Mrs. Henry Bleck of and Mrs. William Gould of Clintonville, besides numerous relatives and friends who mourn his loss. A complete obituary will be published next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Guth and daughter, Verna, and Mrs. Alfred Birkholz left Thursday for Clintonville to attend the services.
(Follow on in 9/20/1935 Weekly Clarion)
Funeral services for Carl N. Guth were held at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bleck, at Clintonville, last Friday at 10:30 a.m. and interment was made at the family lot in the Dorchester Memorial Cemetery with the Rev. G. E. Zellmer, pastor of the Salem Evangelical Church at Clintonville, officiating. The choir sang "The Blessed Lights of Home", "Going Down the Valley One by One", and "Gathering Home."
Carl N. Guth was born near Germantown on Feb. 10, 1851 and was 84 years and 7 months old at time of death. He grew to young manhood at the family home and on Jan. 13, 1874, he was united in marriage to Miss Emma Miller, who passed away in 1922.
Mr. Guth was engaged in the harness making trade until his health compelled him to retire from the business. He then engaged in farming, which he followed for the remainder of his active career, living near Clintonville, Marshfield, and Dorchester, Wis. After retiring from farming he made his home with his daughters at Clintonville, spending the last five years at the Bleck home where he was cared for.
Mr. Guth leaves one son, Edwin, of Dorchester, and two daughters, Mrs. William Gould, nee Elizabeth, and Mrs. Henry Bleck, nee Alma, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and many relatives and friends to mourn his loss. Besides his wife, two sons, one at the age of two years, and Byron, of Dorchester, have preceded him in death.
Mr. Guth was a member of the Evangelical Church and was vitally interested in the spiritual and education of his children. He was a public spirited man whose presence and personality was felt by all who came to know and love him. Wherever he lived his interest was centered around the building of a better community and home life and his host of friends will greatly miss him.
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