St. Clair, Harry (1873 - 1948)






----Source: Clark County Press July 15, 1948 page 4



Harry Earl St. Clair, 75, suffered a fatal heart attack suddenly at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 6, while at his work with the Tibbett Ice and Fuel Co. Funeral services were held July 10 at the Georgas Funeral home, with the Rev. Virgil Nulton officiating. Burial took place in the Neillsville city cemetery.

Pallbearers were Nollie Blau, George Tibbett, Gust Holtz, Otto Grosnick, Ed Moser and William Meier. Flower ladies were Mrs. Jannie Paulus, Mrs. Bert Schultz, Mrs. Charles Bollom and Mrs. Eno Strand.

Mrs. Warren Hemp and Miss Jane Pepper were soloists, offering the selections, "Abide With Me" and "Rock of Ages." They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Florence Counsell.

Among those from out-of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morey, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer and Mr. Harry Donahue, all of Beloit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Andraschko, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Andraschko and Linda and Dixie, all of Oshkosh Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evans of Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Evans of Wisconsin Rapids Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sample of Brul Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Smith of Eau Claire Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Guk of Granton and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaw of Black River Falls.

Mr. St. Clair was born in Monroe County, January 19, 1873, the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Jane Bass) St. Clair. He received his education in Neillsville. He was a teamster for Alfred Hauge on the dray business for some years. For the past 20 years he worked for the Tibbett Ice and Fuel Co.

In 1901 he married Anna Schoengarth in Neillsville, who survives. The couple had no children. Mr. St. Clair is survived by one sister, Mrs. Pearl Blau of Neillsville and one half-brother, Guy Loy of Beloit. A half-brother predeceased him.



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