Washburn Co. WIGenWeb
NEIL, Inez W.
Funeral services for Inez W. Neil were conducted at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, at 9 o'clock last Friday morning. The church was filled to over-flowing of those who came to pay their final respect and tribute to one they loved. Rev. Fr. P. G. Rivers officiated at low Mass. The church choir sang three of Inez's favorite hymns, "Mother Dear," "Veni Jesu" and "Nearer My God To Thee," and Mrs. H. A. Donally sang "What Could My Jesus Do More." The pallbearers were Earl Reinhart, Frank Ahassy, G. C. Benson, H. S. Benson, F. R. Brand and J. S. Kennedy. Interment in Calvary cemetery in Shell Lake.
Inez Wynne Neil was born in Minneapolis on January 18, 1884 to Mary and Thomas Neil and was the youngest of eight children, all of whom preceded her in death. She passed away suddenly at St. Joseph's hospital in Rice Lake on Feb. 15, 1937.
She came with her parents to Washburn county 41 years ago and they settled in the Town of Bashaw. She attended the Baker school and was a pupil of Mrs. James Cable, who taught there at that time. She was a member of St. Joseph's church in Shell Lake. For the past two years she made her home with Mrs. Kate Schultz. Miss Neil had been a faithful employee of the Benson Mercantile company for 15 years.
Words fail to express the true character with which Inez was so divinely endowed and through development of righteous living, her virtues won her a multitude of friends who held her in high esteem. Always charitable and kind, Inez walked in the light of Jesus, practicing the teachings of her Savior in everyday life.
-Transcribed from the Washburn County Register, Shell Lake, Washburn Co., WI, 25 Feb 1937
THE LAST SAD RITES
On last Wednesday B. C. Hanson performed the last sad rites for Charley Nelson, one of the best of good fellows, and an old residenter here. He took some what sick a few days since, and went to Minneapolis to a sister's hospital where he died on Monday of heart disease. It was lamentable that no one of his relatives or friends were by his bed side at his dying hour, as he likely would have had much to say to them, and their presence would have soothed his last moments. The good ladies there however did all possible for them to do for him. The cortege accompanying his remains to the final resting place was the largest seen here for a long time. This was no more than was expected as few of the boys had more friends than Charley. His death leaves a vacant place among his friends.
-Transcribed from the Spooner Register, Spooner, Washburn Co., WI, 08 Feb 1894, page 8
DANIEL NORTON, SPOONER NATIVE, DIES
Daniel Norton, age 60, a resident of Chicago, Ill., and former resident of Spooner, passed away on Wednesday, November 8, at the Hines Veterans Hospital at Hines, Ill.
He was born on September 22, 1918 in Spooner the son of Melford and Karen Norton. He was a veteran of World War II. After his discharge from the U. S. Marines he returned to Spooner and then went to Chicago where he has been employed in railroading.
He had been in failing health for the past year.
He is survived by four sisters, Ellen Chase of Spooner, Mildred Hughes of Chicago, Ill., Emma Klinger of Shell Lake, and Ruth Trettin of Hayward.
The funeral was held on Saturday, November 11, at 10:30 a.m. at Dahl Funeral Home. Rev. Tom Bryan of Earl officiated, with burial in Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Spooner.
Visitation was Friday afternoon and evening at Dahl Funeral Home.
-Transcribed from the Spooner Advocate, Spooner, Washburn Co., WI, 16 Nov 1978, page 8
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