Angeline (1905 - 1936)
Surnames: ETTEN GIUS STEIT VANDEVOORT
----Sources: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co., WI) 4 Dec 1936
Etten, Angeline (9 APR 1905 - 2 DEC 1936)
Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.) friends were greatly shocked this week to learn of the sudden death of Miss Angeline Etten, which occurred at Milwaukee Wednesday morning. Although Miss Etten had not been feeling well for a few days, there had been no anxiety as to the seriousness of her condition and her passing came as a complete shock to her family and to her many friends. She became seriously ill and was rushed to a Milwaukee hospital for an emergency operation Wednesday morning and passed away there.
Angeline Petronella Etten was born in the town of Little Black, April 9, 1905, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Etten. She grew to young womanhood here and in 1923 graduated from the Taylor County Normal at Medford. Soon after graduating she left for Milwaukee where she has been employed for the past twelve years.
Funeral services will be conducted at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Stetsonville this Saturday morning at 10 o’clock and interment will be made in the Sacred Heart Cemetery.
Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Etten; four sisters, Mrs. Edward Gius, nee Verona, Mrs. Leo Streit, nee Flavia, and Miss Marie Etten of Milwaukee and Miss Erma Etten, at home; and two brothers, Alvin Etten and Laurence Etten of Dorchester, Wis. She is also survived by her grandmother, Mrs. John Etten of Appleton, and her grandfather, Henry Vande Voort of Greenleaf.
The many friends from Dorchester and vicinity join us in offering sincerest sympathy to the family in their sorrow. A complete obituary will be published next week.
(Follow on in 11 Dec 1936 Weekly Clarion)
Funeral services were conducted Saturday morning at 10 o’clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Stetsonville for Angeline Etten, who passed away at Milwaukee Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1936, after a five day illness. The requiem mass was said by the Rev. J.A. Seeboth and interment was made at the Sacred Heart Cemetery with Raleigh Ira, Leo Streit and Edward Gius of Milwaukee, Leo Schober, Marzell Weix and Charles Grinker of Dorchester, acting as pallbearers.
Angeline Petronella Etten was the eldest daughter of Albert and Mary (Vande Voort) Etten, and was born in the town of Little Black (Taylor Co., Wis.) April 9, 1905. Having spent her girlhood in this community she drew about her a large group of friends who lived her pleasant smile and friendly disposition.
In her work at Milwaukee for the past twelve years, Miss Etten gathered a still larger group of friends who were shocked by her sudden passing and who will greatly miss her. Miss Etten was employed as a saleslady in a Walgreen Drug Store at Milwaukee. She is survived by her parents, four sisters and two brothers.
The body lay in state at the Brett Funeral Home at Milwaukee until Thursday evening when it was shipped to Medford and lay in state at the Etten home until Saturday. Two sisters, Mrs. Edward Gius and Miss Marie Etten, accompanied the body here.
Among the out of town relatives and friends attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. John Vande Voort of Kennan; Mr. and Mrs. Nic Vande Voort of Oneida; Mr. and Mrs. Topy Vande Voort of Green Bay; Jake Vande Voort of Wrightstown; Mrs. John Etten, Mrs. August Tritten, Mrs. Mary Sager, Miss Amber and William Etten of Appleton; and Mr. and Mrs. Ira of Milwaukee.
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