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Obituary - r\C A T UC fr I I I IJ .......— ■ DENNIS B....
r\C A T UC fr I I I IJ .......— ■ DENNIS B. HOPKINS Dennis B. Hopkins, 64. of 1720 in Alameda; and four grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thurs- day in the Eastman Evangelical! Church. Rev. Melvin Frank Crosse will officiate and burial I Ave., died'suddenly at*1" *!" Dixon c™“terT- L>'nx' J Ville, WlS. ,. C Cnn’, „ tph . “ ^ ... ?’ Friends may call at the Nelson neral arrangements “ yunerat ^ u Crosse nouact ^ ^ G ct Wednesday evening and at thei , , . , . i *- uiivo mi niKMt- . .> ,. i i,» nounced later by the Schumach- |er Funeral Home. church from I p m. until time MRS jAMES MALLES service. A family prayer service will be at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday .. f.£an:as. ® , ! .lattes. jn lhe fgnera| home - <* 2606 Mam St., died in a lo- hospital Sunday night atter a angering illness, She is survived by her husband, James, one daughter, Dorothy home: and two brothers. W ii- LA CROSSE, MIS. fFed Schabacker of Algonquin. ^ Hosnital iWI** and Walter Schabacker of BIRTHS Fountain City, Wis. Oct. 13, son, Jeffrey Lee. she was a member of the Cath- Mr. and Mrs. Werlyn Butzler, 2225 ol>e Daughters of America. Liberty St. (Janet Krenz’ will be at 8 30 a.m. Oct. 13. daughter to Mr. Wednesday in the South Side Mrs. William E. Meyer. 804 , Blaschke Funeral Home and at 9 St^Mary Christianson. po-a.m. in Blessed Sacrament Oct. 12. son. Robert Edmund. *.-o"j-ix™”'sji a s-iSr.srsis Burial will be in St. Mary’s Lutheran Hospital Cemetery, Fountain City. Wis. Oct. 13, daughter to Mr. and Friends may call at the funeral w.JohnI M. Potter. 1126 S. 26th home from I to 5 pm and from StJSuzanne Hor I 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Rosary will: Oct. 4. daughter to Mr. and be at 8 p.m. Mrs- Bl11 Comfort!!, La Crescent, Mrs. Robert Hoffman. Box 2, Holmen. A Catholic Daughter Rosary will Minn. (Mores Johnson) be said in the funeral home at . j>aiem. Monday morning. t'_^j *!?:_ HI JVJ*C„a®1’ Hanover> Germany .and came to * United States when he was 10 MADISON, MIS. p.m. Tuesday, men. ( Judith Saveli' FRED (*. STELLOH BLACK RIVER FALLS, WIS. home"' 434 E^FLkl'ita.West H“pHal Zillmer. Monnuor r.oentonu RlVef FallS- years 0]d University Hospital 0n Aug ^ 1901 he married 0ct 9> „n< Fritz, to Mr. and Elizabeth Wege Mr s t e 11 o h Mrs. Fritz Schubert. 1822 West farmed near West Salem for 49i Broadway. 'Judith Bates: both moving to the villaga^^^r^“f U are his widow: five ™ “re;*"; ™ Oct. 13, daughter. Paula, to Mr. v Milwaukee, Mrs. Emmons and Mrs PauJ Bonnie m9, Ru. ^^^“an^r ff f- Ja"“«"a' *“ O-"'5 ^ °f of West Salem and Mrs. Eldon Mildred) Saley of Bangor; one J‘ time Thursday. I £rwin p Qf Milwaukee ; ono Community Hospital ^oster son> Harold Allender of Oct. 15, daughter to Mr. and-Tilt Wausau, and eight grandch.ldren Mrs. Raul Montana, St. Charles. ^ices wilt I J, p.m^Thur, ti.- tCarol Pretasky, La Crwae) west salem Rev. waiter Paus Area Man Injured tian W!^ officiate and burial will . n . u; i be in Burns Cemetery. In Haying Mishap LFrie7sJlay ca“ at,thce J1ostad Hillsboro. - James f al Homc Wcst salem. Schnurr suf{ered sevcre bruises; !V'ednfd,ay evenmg and at thc and cuts Saturday afternoon f:hurcLfroT noo“ unt'1 servlce hi® gloved hand and arm were; pulled into a hay baler on the Hofrichter farm one mile Joe THOMAS A. WALLIN nor(h of hcr(, Thomas A. Wallin, 79, died sud- Schnurr was rushed to the lo. , oviiuuii was i usiieu tu me iu- denly Saturday afternoon in his cal hosnital bv nolirp nmhnlaner AIameda Calif homc Hc was a ^ ya^, him „ the former resident of Eastman, Wis.!scene. He reportedly will not have Mr VYallin is survived by his to have his arm amputated. HaZel: U° d^htersi Blood from the Red Cross bank ^Irs james (Faye) Walton and in Madison was rushed here for Mrs Daniel (Freda, Hurd, both Schnurr.

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  1. The La Crosse Tribune,
  2. 16 Oct 1961, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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