MY Great Grandpa on Dads Side

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MY Great Grandpa on Dads Side - UNIOIl fNTOJT, April 2S Special Correspondence...
UNIOIl fNTOJT, April 2S Special Correspondence Correspondence to The Sentinel Mr. and 93 rt. William Koch Jr. and daughter, limine were callers jn the Chas. Rahn home at Marengo Monday. 'Herman Albrecht and William Clasen were callers In Elgin Monday. tlfMW FARMER DIES K FRED CHARLES RQSS Funeral services for Fred Charles Boas, who .died at his home in Union Saturday, April 19, was held Wednesday Wednesday afternoon 'at 2:30 o'clock from thft Walt-Rons Walt-Rons Walt-Rons and Allanaon funeral p&lora at Elgin. Rev. Theodore F. Blarbanm officiated. Burial was at tft Bluff City cemetery., Mr. Ross was born In Huntley July 7, 1SS0. He nns lived in and around .Elgin all, his life till a isdVed t a farm near Union. He is sjirrtaredl by his widow .and two ctiil were served. This was the last meeting meeting for the seanon. Mrs. Wayne Ackman was a Woodstock Woodstock caller Tuesday. A number of men from here attended attended the Legion meeting at Crystal Lake Monday evening. The Union Unit of Home Bureau held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Clarence Loudenheck Wednesday Wednesday nine members were present. Mrs. Chas. Abraham-,, Abraham-,, Abraham-,, .'iiterlalncrt the Larkin Chib at her home Wednesday Wednesday evening. Four tables of bunco werejin play. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Henry Wilke, Mrs. Chris Zimmerman, Pauline Wilke and Mrs. Fred Hellwig. A lovely lunch was served, The. next meeting will he with Mrs. Ed. Winkelman. Adnlpk Kreiner Is laid to Rest Funeral services for, Adolph Kremcr who died at his homt in West Chicago at Film the short time ago he Thursday wsre held at the Congrega-!at Congrega-!at Congrega-!at uunai cnurcu in wesi i.iiifago nun-j nun-j nun-j day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. dreii Arnold B. Ross and Mrs. - Fred Alex M imine officiated. Interment Bawker both, of Elgin. Three broth- broth- was in the Coral cemetery at Coral f John of South Elgin, Henry of 111. pelvidere and Harry of Chicago and ttifee sisters, Mrs. Fred Bottther -of -of Beirfdere MIhs Emma Ross of Chi cago and Mrs. William Boetcher of rdvidere and four grand children. Frank. Schneider wind of Chicago spent Monday with his sister, Minnie Schnelderwind. Howard Ferguson was a caller in Aurora Monday. -Mra, -Mra, Jack Buchte was a caller in '"jrWood stock Wednesday. ,Wls Martha Ouse entertained the . I, s fir Is 60 club Tuesday evening. Prizes ui Fre awarded to Ethetmae Nulle and j fflara HMthonner. IJght refreshments I Mr. Kremer was born in Dundee j July 31. 1860. He was married to, Flora Luella Drake Jan. 14, ISsr,. He Ik. MAn,nM 1,1., 1 I f n l . spent the greater part of his life In and ab:'iit Union, going to West Chicago Chicago about 11 yearn ago. He is survived survived by his widow and one daughter, Zaida Burkett and two sons, Ceorge and Reuben of West Chicago. Seven Tand children. Two brothers. Charles of Madison and Fred of Geneva. Five sisters. Mrs. William Duntan of Dundee, Mrs. George Waterman, Waterman, Misses Louise, Cariie and Marie Kremer of Elgin. Mr. arid Mrs. Ed. Hart and children 8 l.l

Clipped from The Daily Sentinel30 Apr 1930, WedPage 2

The Daily Sentinel (Woodstock, Illinois)30 Apr 1930, WedPage 2
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