Obit: Schwartz, Kate #2 (1877 - 1944)
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Surnames: Schwarze, Fravert, Osburne, Trimberger, Schoetter, Plath, Werner, Fresenberg, Hiller, Clebeland, Funk, Zeier, Schweiger, Shas?s, Kenyon, Kuester, Toburen, Reineking, Humke
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 11 May 1944
Schwartz, Kate (13 Sept. 1877 - 1 May 1944)
Mrs. Albert **Schwarze, 66, who died May 1 following a heart attack, was buried on her golden wedding anniversary, May 3.
The Schwarzes celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, April 30, and Mrs. Schwarze died the following day. Her health had been poor for the last two years.
Born September 13, 1877, in the town of Warner, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fravert. Except for a few years following her marriage the Schwarze family lived in this section.
Surviving besides her husband are: Mrs. Edward (Adeline) Osburne, a daughter, of Greenwood; three brothers, Otto and Albert Fravert of Greenwood, and Fred Fravert of Greenwood, and Fred Fravert of Loyal; and four sisters, Mrs. Emma Trimberger of Granton; Mrs. Ernest Schoetter of Loyal; Mrs. Anna Plath and Mrs. Lydia Werner, both of Racine.
The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. B. M. Fresenberg. Those from out-of-town who attended included: Mrs. George Warner and Mrs. Anna Plath of Racine; Mrs. Emma Trimberger, Walter Trimberger, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Timberger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hillerd and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cleveland, all of Granton; Mrs. Laura Funk and son, Raymond, Caledonia; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeier, Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schweiger and daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoetter, Fred Fravert and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shas?s, all of Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kenyon and Ed. Fravert, Spencer.
Pallbearers were: Norbert Kuester, William Toburen, Ed. Steiger, Otto Reineking, Arthur Humke and Arthur Schwarze.
*The surname spelling is typed the way it appeared in the original write up. The correct spelling is Schwartz. First name taken from a previous obituary.
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