Obit: Stanley, Hattie (1901 – 1958)
Surnames: Stanley, Flor, Lindblad, Stoik, Ellefson, Manke, Houge, Harris, Edmons
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Jun 1958
Stanley, Hattie (18 DEC 1901 – 8 MAY 1958)
Hattie Flor was born at Sterling, Ill., on December 18, 1901 and passed away at Lakeside Hospital, Rice Lake on Thursday, May 8, 1958 at the age of 56 years, 4 months and 21 days. She had suffered a stroke two days previous to her death.
She moved to the Town of Summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flor, in 1902, and it was here that she spent her childhood. In 1919 the family moved to Chetek, Wis., which has been their home ever since. Hattie was one of eleven children. A brother, Max, and her parents preceded her in death.
Hattie was united in marriage to M.E. Stanley on October 16, 1926 and to this union five children were born, Yvonne (Marl Harold Lindblad) of Chetek; Arlene (Mrs. Robert Stoik) of Lincoln Park, Mich.; Carlyle, in the United State Navy, and Max and Anna Mae at home.
Left to mourner passing are her husband Merrill and five children; five sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Ellefson of Brock, Sask., Canada; Mrs. Anna Manke of Cameron; Mrs. Minnie Houge of San Francisco, Calif.; and Mrs. Mary Harris and Mrs. Frieda Edmons of Chetek; four brothers, Otto and John Flor of Chetek; Albert Flor of Milwaukee; and Arthur Flor of San Francisco, Calif.; a cousin, Marie Flor, of Cameron; 7 grandchildren, and many other relatives and a host of friends.
Members of Lakeview Rebekah Lodge No. 99, of which Mrs. Stanley had been a faithful member and officer for many years, conducted a Rebekah Funeral Service Monday evening, May 12th at the Burnham Funeral Chapel.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon, May 13th at the Chetek Prebyterian Church, with Rev. Thomas Harrington officiating. Interment was in Lake View Cemetery at Chetek.
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