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 - of in Orvillo A. Hurley EDGERTON — Orville A....
of in Orvillo A. Hurley EDGERTON — Orville A. Hurley, 95, a resident here the past six years, died last night 111 his home on Rt. 1 near the city limits. Born Nov. 22, 1873, in a sod house at North Loup, Neb., he moved with his family the following following year to Welton, Iowa. He was married there Jan. 23, 189,5. to Marv Schradcr who died May 31, 1928. The following following year Mr. Hurley came to Wiscon.sin where he continn'-* his employment as a carpenter and farmer. He was a member of the Milton Junction Seventh Day Baptist Church, Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. 111a Wenzel, Rt. 5. Janes- lia St., .lancsville: nine grandvillc: grandvillc: a son, Lester, 1029 Corne- children; 2S great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Al- hrecht Funeral Home, Milton .Junction, where services will be held at 8 p.m. The body will be removed to Welton, Iowa, for graveside services at 1 p.m. Saturday. Saturday. married there Feb. 19, 1919. Herb u.<iband died June 11, I9M. She was a member of Immanuel Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lake Geneva, Women of the Church and the Walworth County Historical Society. Surviving are two daughters. Gertrude Langenhan, Pell Lake, and Leila Langenhan, Chicago. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the church, where friends may call from 12:30 p.m. until the funeral houf. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lake Geneva. Visitation Visitation at the Steinke Funeral Home, Lake Geneva, will be tomorrow tomorrow afternoon and evening. Mine Rescue Efforts Lag Mrs. Langenhan PELL LAKE-Mrs. Rudolph Langenhan, 81, an area resident resident the past 49 years, died yesterday in the home of her daughter in Pell Lake. The former Anna M. Rossow was born in Chicago Feb. 7, 1887, the daughter of Charles and Mary Karauch Rossow, and companies, began the slow, 40 minute journey downward. Air Movement The rescuers reported that once on the bottom they could feel some air movement, obviously obviously from a fan. And, about the time they started up, they saw the "red glow" in the distant distant dpjrkness. The vertical shaft, some 16 feet in diameter, extends down into the huge salt dome for 1,200 feet. It is the only entrance to the 80-foot high tunnels branch ing off at various depths. Fire erupted in the shaft at

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette07 Mar 1968, ThuPage 2

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)07 Mar 1968, ThuPage 2
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