Ida Wiley Obit

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Ida Wiley Obit - Mrs. Ida Wiley, 68, Dies At Bancroft, Rites...
Mrs. Ida Wiley, 68, Dies At Bancroft, Rites 22nd Bancroft — Funeral services were held Saturday at Sacred Heart church, Fort Dodge, for Mrs. Ida Wiley, who for the past several years had made her home with her daughter .and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi, here. Mrs. Wiley had been in ill Health for several years, and an invalid the past three years, and had been cared for by her daughter. daughter. Mrs. Wiley, 68, died late Wednesday Wednesday afternoon at Mercy hospital hospital after a short illness. She had entered the hospital as a medical patient on Tuesday of last week. Burial was in Aak- land cemetery at. Fort Dodge. Born in Coalville, Mrs. Wiley was the former Ida J. Benson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Benson. She attended the schools of that vicinity. She was married on June 29, 1898, to -August Limn, who preceded preceded her in death in 1914. Her marriage to Henry Wiley took place on May 7, 1915, in Fort Dodge. The couple farmed near Swea City until 1946, when they retired from active farming and went to make their home with their children. For the past five years they have resided with a daughter,! Mrs, Harold Wilhelmi, at Bancroft. Besides her husband Mrs. Wiley is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Wilhelmi of Bancroft, Mrs. Clifford Vinson of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Ed Coplen of Cal, lender; and five sons, Vern Lunn of Swea City, Walter Lunn of Lakota, Lakota, John Lunn of .Swea City, Clayton Wiley of Rockford, 111., and Wilfred Wiley of Swea City. Three brothers, Albert and Frank Benson of Fort Dodge and Harmon Benson of Ottosen; and 'ive sisters, Mrs. Hilda Hilstrom of Callender, Mrs. Frank Messery Messery of Moorland, Mrs. Silas Johnson Johnson of Swea City, Mrs. Emma Nelson and Mrs. Clarence Pendergast, Pendergast, both of Fort Dodge, also survive. Her parents, three sons and two brothers' preceded her in death. Attending the funeral from Bancroft, besides the Wilhelmi family, were Elsie Wilhelmi, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welp, Mrs. Leo Elsbecker, Mr. and Mrs. A. -J. Renger and Mrs. Eva Wilhelmi. Women's Meeting Fifteen ladies of the Greenwood Greenwood Farm Bureau Women's met at the home of Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, March 14. Mrs. C. M. Gross was leader. Work done by the ladies was Swedish weaving and Italian hemstitching. Mrs. Bernhard, the hostess, served a lunch. W.C.O.F. Election The W.C.O.F. held election of officers at their March meeting Monday, March 3. Rosfc Rahe was an of the of

Clipped from The Algona Upper Des Moines25 Mar 1952, TuePage 7

The Algona Upper Des Moines (Algona, Iowa)25 Mar 1952, TuePage 7
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