Obit: Ehlers, John
J. #2 (1874 - 1948)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ehlers, Atwood, Noltner, Fleischfresser, Prucka, Aull, Erickson, Wagner, Stanhe, Sabahart, Meyers, Hogue, Schultz, Sommers, Robbins, Hartung, Anderson, Toptine, Buddenhagen, Johnson, Apfel, Begley, Larson, Scott
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) May 20, 1948
Ehlers, John Julius (1874 - 12 May 1948)
Funeral services for John Julius Ehlers, 73, who died suddenly May 8 (1948) at his farm home in the Town of Levis, were held May 12, (1948) at 1:30 from the Georgas Funeral Home and at 2:00 from the Congregational Church, with the Reverend S. D. Robbins officiating. Burial was made in the Neillsville City Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Joe Hartung, Harry Anderson, Newton Toptine, Elmer Buddenhagen, Mike Johnson and Legare Apfel. The flower girls were grandchildren of Mr. Ehlers, Patsey, Beverly, Ronda and Janice Ehlers and Donna Begley. A quartet sang "Nearer My God to Thee," and Miss Betty Larson sang "Come Unto Him," accompanied by Mrs. Jess Scott at the piano.
From out-of-town came Mrs. George Atwood, of Elko, Nevada, a daughter; Irving Ehlers of Phoenix, Arizona, a son; Mrs. Norbert Noltner, of Madison; Mr. and Mrs. William Fleischfresser, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Prucka, Emil Ehlers, a brother, all of Winona, Minnesota; from St. Paul, Mrs. Anna Aull, Elsie Erickson, Mr. Erickson, Mrs. G. Wagner, Darlene and Rosie Wagner, Harry Stanhe and Frank Sabahart; Mr. and Mrs. William Ehlers and Family, of Marshfield, (Mr. Ehlers is a son of the deceased); Arthur Ehlers, a son, and family, of Woodstock, Illinois; Stanley Ehlers of Rockford, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers is a daughter); Glenn Ehlers of Milwaukee, a son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hogue of Merrillan (Mrs. Hogue is a daughter; James Schultz and Stanley Sommers, of Marshfield.
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