John Halvorsen Hugos
is a sister of Irene's mother, Mrs. Ira King. Joe II. Hugos Joe H. Hugos was born October 1.5, 1852, and departed this life January 19, 1937 at the age of 85 years, 3 months and 4 days. At the age of 17 years Mr. Hugos came to America from Tro- ndhjem, Norway, in 1869, coming directly to Wisconsin, making his home there for 4 years. In 1873 he came to Norway, residing with his parents on their homesteaW until he homesteaded the adjoining farm, where he suffered all the hardships of a pioneer. In Jibe fall of 1877 he purchased the farm, and on October 25, 1881 he united in marriage with Caroline Caroline Erickson. To this union were born three children who live to mourn the loss of a kind and loving father. Ho was baptized and confirmed in the Christian faith, and was a charter memb'sr of the Norway Lutheran church for over a period of 50 years. He served as-deacon.] of the congregation, where he attended attended regularly when health permitted. permitted. His life and character was a living example of true Christianity, Christianity, and his Sterling qualities were cx<ynplifi;d in his sympathetic sympathetic kindness to his fellow man. iMay his never failing_gencrosity to his church a.nd to the needy ever r?flect the sunshine in the mirror of his heart. Following are the children and grandchildren left to mourn the loss of a devoted father and grandfather: Ida 0. Morton of Omaha, Neb.; Adolph B. Hugos of Enid, Okla.; Carl J. Hugos of Scandia; also eight grand children. The funeral was held at the home and at the Norway Lutheran church on Friday, January 22. Interment Interment took place at the Lutheran Lutheran cemetery. The Rev. T. 0. Torgeson officiated.