Alice Adelade #2 (1864 - 1934)
Surnames: Meyers, Smith, Luloff, Folstead, Wing, Hughes, Fults, Waech, Minchall, Hamblin, Johnston, Hall, Sweeney, Tardiff, Cooper, Garvin, Bublitz, Ewald, Breitengross, Thompson, Ireland
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 11/22/1934
Meyers, Alice Adelade (1 Feb. 1864 - 15 Nov. 1934)
Alice Adelade Meyers was born in Cazenovia, Wisconsin, Feb. 1, 1864. She died suddenly at 1 P.M. Nov. 15, the result of a stroke, having been ill only since Sunday. At the time of her passing she was seventy years old.
Mrs. Meyers was one of Abbotsford’s Pioneers having lived here 42 years. The community suffers a great loss in her death. She has acted as Village Clerk, served on Health Boards, County Boards, and School Boards. She was a member of the W.P.A. and Rebecca’s.
The funeral was held Sunday, Nov. 18, from the Presbyterian church. Rev. L. C. Smith and Mr. Luloff were in charge of the services. Mrs. A. Folstead, accompanied by Mrs. F. E. Wing, sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Someday." The W.B.A. were there in a body.
Pallbearers were O. Hughes, A. Ireland, W. Fults, F. Wing, P. Waech and E. Minchall. Internment was made in Abbotsford cemetery.
The deceased is survived by her husband, August J. Meyers; two daughters, Mrs. W. S. Hamblin, Mrs. R. J. Johnston; one son, Don C. Meyers, and six grandchildren. Two sisters, Mrs. J. H. Hall, Oakland, Calif., Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, Denver, Colo.; one brother, E. Kelly, Seattle, Wash., also survive.
Those out of town attending the funeral were Mrs. Geo. Tardiff, Mrs. M. Tardiff, Mrs. E. Cooper, Mrs. W. J. Garvin, all of Stevens Point, W. Bublitz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ewald and son of Weyauwega; Mrs. A. Breitengross and Mrs. C. Thompson of Phillips; Miss Vivian Hamblin, Downers Grove; Otis Meyers, Merrillan.
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