Obit: Haeuser, Alma B. (1892 - 1959)

 

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Surnames: Haeuser, Erickson, Hales, Kehrberg, Denk, Krakenberger, Zepplin, Zajgart, Hare, Baird, Meng, Bartelt, Nulton

 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 20, 1959

 

Haeuser, Alma B. (9 August 1892 - 11 August 1959)

 

Mrs. George Haeuser, 67, of Greenwood died suddenly at her home August 11, following a heart attack.

 

Mrs. Haeuser, the former Alma B. Erickson, was born August 9, 1892, at Stetsonville.  On November 21, 1912, she was married to George Haeuser.  They lived at Auburndale, where he operated a cheese factory, until 1914, and then moved to Arpin, where he operated another cheese factory until 1919.  They moved to Greenwood, where they lived ever since.

 

She was a member of Grace Methodist Church and its W. S. C. S., a member of the Greenwood Order of the Eastern Star, and a member of the Forest Queen Camp, Royal Neighbors.

 

Surviving are: her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Myrle (Joyce) Hales of Manawa; Mrs. Wilbur (Audrey) Kehrberg of Loyal; Mrs. Bernard (Beverly) Denk of Greenwood; a son, Garth, of Torrance, Calif.; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. George (Emma) Krakenberger of Medford; and a brother, Elmer Erickson of Elrose, Sask., Canada.

 

Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Friday from Grace Methodist Church, with the Rev. Ethel Nulton officiating.  Eastern Star rites also were held at the church.  Burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery. 

 

Soloist was Mrs. Byron Zepplin, and organ accompanist was Miss Juliann Zajgart, both of Loyal.

 

Pallbearers were: Merril Hare, Hastings R. Baird, John Meng, William Bartelt, Roy Hales and G. H. Kehrberg.

 

 


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