Owens-Trieloff, Leta obit
Kenosha schools for several years prior to her marriage in Florida in 1957. Her husband is the only immediate survivor. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Sharer Funeral Home where friends may call tomorrow afternoon and evening. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery. Mrs. Wildon F. Owens FORT ATKINSON-Mrs. Wildon F. Owens, 69, Kenosha, a former Fort Atkinson resident, died Tuesday at Kenosha Memorial Hospital following a long illness. Born Leta Trieloff Jan. 2, 1901, she was the daughter of William F. and Lydia Zahn Trieloff, Fort Atkinson. A graduate of Jefferson High School she taught in elementary schools in the area for 10 years. aie was married June 14, 1927 to Wildon F. Owens in Wauwatosa and had spent most of the past 42 year's in Kenosha where her husband was associated with the Kenosha school system. Mr. Owens died in Feb. 1969. Surviving are a son, Wayne, Indianapolis; three grandchildren; one brother, Clarence C. Trieloff of Fort Atkinson; one sister, Mrs. Henry Schimmel, West Allis, and other relatives in the Fort Atkinson area. Services will be at 1:.30 p.m. Saturday in St. John's Community Church, Oakland, with burial in Union Cemetery, Town of Sumner. Friends may call at the church from noon until time of services Saturday. on Hwy. S1 -Soufh of Janesville SHOWN 1st AT 7 p.m. JOHNWAYNE MroygMEBOss 'HEIinCHJIJISm A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR- • PANAVISION" Plus-FRIDAY Late Show "WILD RACERS" J.M.