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WolLs, Footvllle, a»d 15 grandchil- drcn. Services will be held at 2 p.m. forjWodncsday in the Newcomer Fu- nrraI Homo. Cyrus Welch, of Foot- vill(' Church of Christ, will offici- the funeral home after 6 this evening. evening. :iti\ Burial will bo in Maplo Giwe .St.!Cemetery, Orfordvlllo. Friends call' at the Tmcral home '•''u'^'-'^f^ay evening. Cook, years, William J. Cook Services for William J. Janesv'illo resident for 5.3 were hold at '\ p.m. Monday the Rev. Frank Datincr, Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiating. officiating. Burial was In Milton Lawns Memorial Park. Pallbearers were ayde Jewott, Jay Fish, Harold Blrkholz, Tod Odenwalder, Roy Carey and Charles Hanauska. Randy Loe Services for Randy Lee, infant son of Mrs and Mrs. Robert Lee, Rte. were held at 2:.30 p.m. Sat urday the Rev. Herbert Mayor, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, officiating. officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery. Cemetery. H. Mrs. Bertha Lehman LAKE MILLS-Mr.s Bertha Lehman, 82, died Sunday night in the Jeffor.son County Hospital. The former Bertha Krauso was born Feb. 22, IS'l, in th.i Tmvn of Lake Mills. Sur^-iving arc two daughters, Mrs. Herman Blank, Jefferson, and Mrs. EIroy Borck, Lake Mills; a son, Herbert, of Jeffer.son; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; two pislcrs Mrs. Ida Oestreich, Jefferson, and Mrs. Helen Punzel, North Prairie, and a brother, Otto Krausc, Lake Mill.'j. Services will be held at 2 p .m. Thursday in the Schulz Funeral Home, the Rev. Frederick Wolff, Moravian Church, officiating. Burial Burial will be in Rock Lake Cemetery. Cemetery. Friends may call at the' funeral funeral home after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Wednesday. She was Aro patient in Hospital; Thompson, Jerold George F. Hartig Services for George F. Hartig, 5:^8 S. Franklin St., were held at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Paul's Lutheran Lutheran Church, the Rev. M. C. l^roegcmuoller officiating. The song service was given by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gersmehl and Walter M. Lindemann. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Floyd Tcflt, Robert Ambler, Clarence Clarence Baker, Qiarles Wallisch, Harry Harry Farnsworlh and Gilbert Kerl. Miss Flora C. Thomas Senices for Miss Flora C. Thomas, 57 S. Fremont St., were hold at 2 p.m. Satui-day, the Rev, H. C. Kimmel, Firet Congregational Congregational Qiurch, officiating. Burial was in Emerald Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were William E. Gleason, C. E. Culver, Matt Van Allen, Ivan Woodman, George Conway Conway and Harry Roberts. sister,, Myers, Tlie Home and Arthur Howarth. Frank Moldenhauer JEFFERSON - Frank Moldenhauer, Moldenhauer, 71, a native of Janesvillo who spent most of his life in Jefferson, Jefferson, died early today in Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital. He entered the hospital Sunday night after suffering a stroke. Bom in Janesville Aug. 1, 1885, he was married Sept. 19, 1912 to Elsie Hans at Jefferson. He was employed by the Wadhams 0 i 1 Co. here for about 14 years and by the Union Upholstery Co. for seven years before retiring in 1951. Surviving are his wife; a daugh tcr, Mrs. Edwin Haubenschild, Jefferson; Jefferson; a son, Francis Moldenhauer, Moldenhauer, Jefferson; two grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Idn Neis, Mrs. John Beischel and Mrs. Ray Nelson, Nelson, all of Milwaukee and Mrs Mary Heath, Jefferson, and one brother, Andrew Moldenhauer, West Allis. Services will be held at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the Matters Fu neral Home and at 9 in St. John tJie Baptist Catholic Church, the Rev. Edward Brill officiating. Burial Burial will bo in St. John's Cemetery. There will be a parish Rosary service at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. LAKE Foltz, her p long The hoft 18, 1888. Foltz She is one Schonk, brother three Mrs. of Lake She Funeral 2 p.m. Evangelical J, Diehl be in may the Mrs. Ella E. Clarke Services for Mrs. Ella E. Clarke, 406 Caroline St. were lield at 1:30 p.m. Monday, the Rev. Frank Dauner, Evangelical United Brethren Brethren 'Church, officiating. Mrs. Dau nor and Mrs. George Buehl gave the song service. Burial was in Fassett Cemetery, Edgerlon. Pallbearers were Fay Richardson, Richardson, Sylvester Wilcox Elton Broege, Broege, .Abel Amundson, Chester Pierce Mrs. Katherine Janosch LAKE ^^LLS- Mrs. Katherine Janosch, 82, mother of Mrs. Frank i Sohoenwetter, Lake Mills, died at Sunday night in Milwaukee. The body is at the Schulz Funeral Funeral Home here pending arrangements. arrangements. Arnold Arnold Stoughton Norway morning Fisher where 30 well, morning, home ambulance Body sician when William Long m August Kassube LAKE MII^S — August F. W. Kassube, 89, died Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital Watertown. Mr. Kassube was born Dec. 13, 1SG7 in Germany. He came to tiiis country in ISSl. His marriage to Maiy Michel took place in 1895. She died in 1907. In recent years he had lived with a son, Frank, Town of Lake Mills. Surviving are three sons, Rudolph, Rudolph, Town of Waterloo, Walter, of Watertown, and Frank; 12 grandchildren and a Drother, Herman, Herman, of Fort Atkinson. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. John's Lutheran Cliurch, Newville, the Rev. Walter Zank officiating. Burial will be in Newville Cemetery. Friends may call at the Hoskins-Wcstin Funeral Funeral Home. Mrs. Helena Trieloff LAKE MILLS—Mrs. Helen Trieloff, Trieloff, 81, died Saturday In her home on Rte. R, Watertown. The daughto" of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hcitz, she was born Aug. 15. 1875, in the Town of Milford. She was a life resident of this area. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William Rahn, Lake Mills, and Adeline, at home; two son.i, Heni-y, at home, and Walter, of Watertown, a sister, Mrs. Ora Christians, Fort Atkinson; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Schulz Funeral Funeral Homo, tne Rev. Thor Hai^ berg, Watertown Moravian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Azta- Inn Cemetery. Friends may call at DARIEN— William H. Long, 79, died at 9 a.m. Simday in his home here following a long illness. The son of Hugh and Abigal Biakely Long, he was born Jan. 25, 1878, in Darion and spent his life in this area. He was married to Martlia Fryer, Nov. 25, 1903, at Darien. He retired from farming and moved to the village in 1936. Mr. Long was counsul of Darien Modern Woodmen of America and a 50-yoar member and past master master of Darien lodge 126, F & AM. He had also served on the Darien Town Board. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Schmaling, Dar ien; a son, Harold, of Shopiere; eiglit grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. A twin sister, Minnie, preceded him in death. Services will be held at 2 p.m Tijesday in the O'Brien and Bot- zcr Funeral Home, Delavan, the Rev. H. O. Gronseth officiating. Burial will be in Darien Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7-9 this evening. For I Mrs. Ezra Glidden EVANSVILLE-Mrs. Ezra Glidden, Glidden, 70, died suddenly at 1:15 p.m. Sunday in her home on E. Main street. Tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Blackmun, she was born Feb. 13, 1886, in Union Township. She was graduated from Evansville Evansville High School in 1904. Her marriage marriage to Mr. Glidden took place March 29, 1905. She was president of the Women's Relief Corps and was active in the Women's Auxiliary Auxiliary of the Congregational Church.