Arthur #2 (1910 - 1943)
Surnames: Krueger, Grether, Kademan, Marquardt, Laabs, Voightlander, Schwartz, Sheer, Dins, Hebert, Syeth, Cox, Werman, Ruth, Clark, Reiber, Perronne, Witte, Sanderand, Winlke, Drake, Dowty, Kobs, Kind, Cole, Baumgartner, Zieger, Weller, Tinker, Strade, Miller, Herrmann
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 02/18/1943
Krueger, Arthur #2 (26 Aug. 1910 - 7 Feb. 1943)
Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Otto Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krueger, victims of the train and car accident at Atwood, were held last Thursday afternoon at the First Evangelical and Reformed church in Colby with Rev. D. Grether officiating. Internment was made in Pine Hill cemetery at Curtiss, Wis. Pall bearers for Mr. and Mrs. Otto Krueger were Oscar Kademan, Herman Marquardt, Franklin Marquardt, Emil Laabs, Fred Laabs and Henry Voightlander. Those for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krueger were Alphonse Herrmann, Emil Schwartz, Albert Laabs, George Sheer, Frederick Dins and Arnold Hebert. Members of the ladies’ aid society of the church had charge of the floral offerings.
Among out of town relatives here for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. James Syeth, Mr. and Mrs. Art Syeth, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Syeth, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Werman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Syeth, Mr. and Mrs. Renold Syeth, all of Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ruth of Eau Claire, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reiber of Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perronne, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perronne and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Perronne of Howards Grove, Mrs. Wm. Witte of Kiel, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Sanderand and Miss Verna Winlke of Cleveland, Wis., Corp. Clay Krueger of Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Drake and sons, Richard and Hulmutt of Kiel, Mrs. Thomas Dowty, Rueben Kobs, Mrs. Norman Kind, Mrs. Louise Cole, Ernest Baumgartner, and daughter, Ruth, of Waukesha, Mrs. Leona Zieger and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baumgartner of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weller of Tigerton, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tinker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strade, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller of Oshkosh, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Strade and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Strade of Sheboygan.
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