Obit: Page, Lottie (1885 – 1969)
Surnames: Page, Fuller, Mathwig, Knar, Jankoski, Sandmire, Guyer, Emerson, Kolstad, Hales, Kuehl, Eibergen
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 22 May 1969
Page, Lottie (28 APR 1885 – 16? MAY 1969)
Funeral services for Mrs. Lottie Page, 84, former Stanley City Treasurer for 26 years, were held Monday afternoon from the United Methodist Church, with Rev. David Fuller officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Mrs. R.J. Mathwig was the organist. Pallbearers were Jack Knar, Clayborne Jankoski, Glen Sandmire, Marion Guyer, E.J. Emerson and Jack Kolstad.
Mrs. Page was born Lottie Hales on April 28, 1885 in Clark County, the daughter of Albert and Maggie Hales. On April 18, 1905 she was married to Mose Page in Neillsville.
A resident of Stanley for over 60 years, Mrs. Page served as City Treasurer for almost 26 years. A member of the Methodist Church, she was very active in church and Sunday school activities. She had made her home in Neillsville for the past two years.
Survivors include one son, LaVerne of Chicago Heights, Ill.; one daughter, Mrs. August (Madeline) Kuehl of Mendota, Ill.; three brothers, George of Granton; Guy of Port Washington, and Harry of Wisconsin Rapids; one sister, Mrs. Ella Eibergen of Granton, and five grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, who died in June 1939.
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