Agnes Migawa Kuffel
L Waffl&n had Blade Her ft Farm Rear Deer «t*f» More Thaa 50 Yrs. The remains of Mrs. Agnes Kuffel. who Mees4 away en her fans* en* —~ ibM* quarter BUM* northeast OeeY Grow Saturday, were —JfW Ovettefld to Sterling Monday «o4 shipped by train from here Two Rivers, Wis., where funeral scr7U * 8 *"> * h « w on Thursday. Th« rites will be conducted at the home of MiMM Sen* and Agnes We», nieces of the decedent who reside on a farm near Two Riven, and later trim the Polish c*theBe church. Sort*! will be in the Oath- olic cemetery. Mr*. Kuffel was M years ot age at the time of her death. Her maiden name was Agnea Migawa, She was born In flonovery, Poland. R«r father came to the United State* 51 year* ago, settling Bear Two Rivers, Wtt.. where he cleared an 00 acre tract of Umber and fanned the land for a number of year*. A year later Mrt. Migaw* and her daughter, the subject of thia aketeh, came to America. The latter te- cured employment tn Mamtcwoe, Wls., where sh« met and married Louis KuffeL following their marriage they moved to a farm near Deer Orate, where Mr. Kuffel passed away four years ago. By careful management and hard work MX. and Mrs. Kuffel built tip a large estate, which Includes the 330 acre tract at Deer Orove, farmed by the Keefe brothers, Of the large family bom to Mr. *nd Mrs. KuTfel, Tour eotissina throe daughters survive. The sons are John, Frank and Charley of Sterling. Joe of Two Rivers. Wis. The daughters an Mary, wife of A. Stan of Chicago: Augusta, wife of Herman Koppleman, and Prances, wife of Anton Belz, both of Two Rivers, Mrs. Kuffel had been ill for four yters from dropsy, during which period sne wae given every care by a niece, Miss Bella Weie, who came here from Two Rivers, Wls., when info/med of her aunt'* condition. John Wese, a nephew, and Pete Weaneski, the husband of a niece of the decedent, came here from Two Rivers, Wls., to accompany the remains of Mrs. Kuffel to that city. Miss Bella Wese also accompanied the remains.