Lloyd Boesewetter's mother dies Feb 13, 1929. She was born Goldie Coleman
Mrs. 0. W. Wilton )ies at Her Home; lad Been Long 111 Was Noted in Girlhood for Her Remarkable Beauty Mrs. Ooldle Wilton, wife of O. W. Wilton, died thin afternoon at 1 'clock at the family home, 612 Summit Summit street. Mrs. Wilton had been In bad health or a long time and recently was aken to St. Joseph's hospital for a urglcal operation. It was found by surgeons that there was no hope f any good being done by the opera- cm and further that she could not ast long. So the operation was not roceeded with and Mrs, Wilton was aken back to her home that she might pass her remaining days. Mrs. Wilton was born in Alton and Ived here almost all ot her life. Her maiden name was Coleman. In her girlhood Mrs. Wilton was Icnown for her remarkable beauty nd also for a disposition that made ier p. wide circle of friends. Until «r own Ill-health made It impossl- le lor her to spend herself on oth- rs, Mrs. Wilton was known for her lever-falling thoughtfulness of those he knew to be In trouble. She never waited to be called upon, but was Iways ready with the offer of some where necessity helpful service eemed to be. Mrs. Wilton had not been in good lealth for years. She was in an utomobile accident which, though it eemed unavoidable, had most serous serous consequences for her. She had wen in good condition up to that ime but never fully rallied from its fleets, though her death was due to .uite another cause. Beside her husband, she leaves one on, Lloyd Boesewetter; her mother, Urs. Amanda Coleman; one brother, Javld Coleman; three sisters, Mrs. Urk Mook, Mrs. EUa Blckmeyer and Mrs. Otto DaMstrom, and two stepsons, stepsons, Loralne and Floyd Wilton.