Huntley, Grover C. (1888 - 1954)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Huntley, Newcomb, Schultz, Arndt,
Zaske, Richardson, Short, Snyder, Zimmerman, Kleckner, Dahnert,
Hovey, Bakken, Amo, Koehler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) December 2, 1954
Huntley, Grover C. (26 October 1888 - 26 November
Grover C. Huntley, 66, of 408 Clay Street,
Neillsville, died Friday, November 26, 1954, at the Memorial
Hospital, where he had been taken a short time
Funeral services were held Monday, November 29,
from the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church, with the Rev.
William Koehler in charge. Interment was in the Neillsville
The body reposed at the Georgas Funeral Home from
Saturday noon until Monday noon, when it was taken to the
Mr. Huntley was born October 26, 1888, in the
Town of Weston to William and Mary (Newcomb) Huntley. His
early education was received in the schools of Weston and he
attended Neillsville High School. Following his graduation he
worked at the printing trade for many years. He and his
brother, John operated a general merchandise store in Neillsville
for several years. He later purchased his brother’s
interest in the store and went into the shoe business for
himself. During World War II he was employed at the Badger
Ordnance Works. On November 2 he was serving on the election
board when he became ill and had been in failing health since
Mr. Huntley was married in 1913 to Ella Schultz,
who survives him. Besides his wife he is also survived by one
daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Marian) Arndt, one grandson, Gene Zaske,
and two sisters, Miss Ellen Huntley and Mrs. Elva Richardson, both
of Los Angeles, Cal.
He was a lifetime resident of Clark
Pallbearers were: Floyd Short, Ernest Snyder, Joe
Zimmerman, Alfred Kleckner, Herman Dahnert and Alfred Hovey.
Flowers were in charge of Mrs. John Kleckner, Mrs. Alfred Hovey and
Mrs. Floyd Short.
The following relatives from out of town attended
the services: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Arndt, Thorp; Gene Zaske,
Madison; Mrs. Arne Bakken, and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Amo, all of Black River Falls.
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