Obit: Turner, Louise #2 (1887 - 1912)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Turner, Dangers, Walters,
Unger, Zimmerman, Rabenstein, Campman, Sturdevant, Williamson,
Brackett, Frankenberg, Constance, Eppling, Churchill
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) May 23, 1912
Turner, Louise (2 Mar 1887 - 13 May
Louise, wife of Ray Turner, died Monday,
May 13, at her home in Norway, Mich., from an attack of
appendicitis. Mrs. Turner was the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Dangers and was born in this city March 2, 1887.
Her childhood and girlhood was spent in Neillsville and in 1906 she
graduated from high school. Two years later she graduated
from the normal college at Ypsilanti, Mich., in the drawing and
musical course. The following year she filled the position of
supervisor of music and art in the public schools at Belding,
Mich. After spending the next years at home, she was united
in marriage on Nov. 30, 1910, to Mr. Ray Turner, a rising, young
attorney of Norway, Mich., and since her marriage she has been a
resident of that city, where she became a general favorite in a
large circle of acquaintances.
Mrs. Turner was taken with a sudden
attack of appendicitis. Her mother went to Norway Sunday,
arriving at her bedside a few hours before she passed away.
The remains were brought here accompanied by Mr. Turner and Mr. and
Mrs. Dangers, and Mrs. Turner was laid to rest in the family lot in
the Neillsville cemetery last Thursday afternoon. Services
were held at the residence and at the grave and were conducted by
Rev. Walters of Marshfield. The pall bearers were Adolph
Unger, Geo. Zimmerman, Carl Rabenstein, W.A. Campman, C.R.
Sturdevant and L. Williamson, the three former of whom were school
mates of the deceased.
The death of Mrs. Turner caused a universal pang of sorrow and regret in this city, for she was well known and sincerely liked here. She was accomplished in many ways and her bright and cheery disposition and winsome manners endeared her in the hearts of the greater portion of the young people of the city. Mrs. Turner is survived by her husband, parents, two brothers and four sisters. Those who attended the funeral from away were: J.C. Turner and Anthony Brackett of Norway, Mich.; Arthur Frankenberg of West Bend; Mrs. Wm. Constance of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Eppling of Sheboygan; Dr. and Mrs. Churchill of Milwaukee.
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