EMILIE LOUISE KRUEGER

from the HDN, Feb. 4, 1942

            MRS. G. R. KRUEGER

   IS INTERRED AT RUDYARD

   Mrs. G. R. Krueger was laid to rest in the Rudyard cemetery Tuesday afternoon following services at the Rudyard community hail conducted by the Rev. Kurt E. Klopp of St. Paul’s Lutheran church in Havre.

   Pallbearers were six grandchildren, Harold, Edwin and George Brandt, sons of Mrs. Laura E. Brandt, Rudyard, and Loren, Irvin and Robed Brandt, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brandt, Hingham.

Music for the service was sung by the Havre Luther League trio, and included “Nearer, My God, to Thee,” and ‘When Hence I Must Betake Me.”

 

   Mrs. Emilie L Krueger, 73, was born Nov. 11, 1868, in McLeod county, Minn., and died Feb 31 (should be Jan. 31) at a Havre hospital. She was married June 25, 1889, to G. R. Krueger, at Brownton, Minn., where they lived until 1904, going then to Berwick and later to Valley City, N.D., before homesteading near Rudyard in 1910.

   Surviving are her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Laura Brandt, Rudyard, Mrs.

Ernest Brandt, Hingham, Mrs. Henry Lange!, Rudyard; two sons, George and Waldetnar, Rudyard; 14 grandchildren and five great grandchildren; four brothers, August Wendland, Rudyard; and Fred, Edward and Ferdinand Wendland in Minnesota.

 

from the HDN, Feb. 3, 1942

     Mrs. Emilie L. Krueger ... daughter of Ferdinand and Louise (Helmer) Wendland.

    Three sons died in infancy.

     She was a member of the German Lutheran church.

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