CHESTER REPORTER                                                                      August 16, 1934

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ALMA RESIDENT EXPIRES AFTER PROLONGED ILLNESS

 

   William Alonzo Wolery of Alma died at a Havre hospital about 11:40 p. m., Sunday, after an extended illness, dating from a stroke suffered June 20, 1933.

   Funeral services were held from the Joplin Lutheran church at  2 p. m., Wed­nesday.

   Mr. Wolery was born In WisconsIn, July 11, 1801. When about four years of age his parents moved to southern Minnesota, where he spent most of his life until the spring of 1914, when he homesteaded 34 miles north and east of Joplin, where he had lived ever since.

   His wife passed away June 15, 1932, and a son, January 30, 1933. Surviving relatives are: A son, daughter-In-law, five grandsons and one granddaughter.

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LIBERTY COUNTY FARMER                                                         August 16, 1934

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WILLIAM A. WOLERY DIES AFTER AN EXTENDED ILLNESS

 

   William Alonzo Wolery died at his farm home near Alma about 11:40 p. m., Sunday, after an extended illness, dating from a stroke suffered June 20, 1933.

   Funeral services were held from the Lutheran church here at  2 p. m., Wed­nesday.

   William Alonzo Wolery was born In WisconsIn, July 11, 1801. When about four years of age his parents moved to southern Minnesota, where he spent most of his life until the spring of 1914 when he homesteaded 34 miles north and east of Joplin, where he had lived ever since.

His wife passed away June 15, 1932 and a son, January 30, 1933. Surviving relatives are: a son, G. C. Wolery, a daughter-In-law, five grandsons and one granddaughter.

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