Amelia WuestMrs. Vincent Wuest Buried Last Monday. Mrs. Vincent Wuest died at the Marshfield Hospital, Thursday, May 29 at 7:30 a.m. following an operation for mastoids. The remains were brought home and a very impressive service was held Monday morning at the St. Louis Catholic church, Rev. Paul Pitzenberger officiating and interment took place in the Holy Rosary cemetery at Medford. Mr. Wuest’s four brothers, Peter, John, Louis, and Joseph and her two brothers Nick and John Abler acting as pall bearers. She was an active member of the Catholic Order of Foresters and The Christian Mothers and these societies escorted the remains to its final resting placce. Melia Abler was born at Mount Calvary, Wis. and was married to Vincent Wuest at Medford, Nov. 28, 1911 and March 12, 1915, they came to Dorchester and purchased the Block Hotel which they have since occupied. Mrs. Wuest was ill most of the time for the last nine years but she was always willing to do every thing she could for the church and its organizations and also the school, where her children’s interests were. Always pleasant, cheery, and ready to help wherever needed. To us the greatest eulogy one could have is “She hath done what she could” and that we think applies to our townswoman, Mrs. Wuest. Though she is gone, she has not lived in vain if she has imparted the idea of helpfulness to anyone near. She is survived by her husband, three children, Erma, Roman, and Norbert, two brothers, and two sisters. Those present to the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Abler, John Abler, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Petri and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wuest, Mr. anad Mrs. John Wuest and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wuest, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wuest, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs. Rader, all of Mount Calvary, Mr. and Mrs. Heisler, Abbotsford, Mr. and Mrs. Niggeman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krause and family of Colby, Phil Bobbler, Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch, Medford, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Deckelman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fleistman, Mr. and Mrs. P. Schupp and Mr. and Mrs. V. Hirsch all of Little Black. taken from the “Dorchester Weekly Clarion”, Friday, June 6, 1924, p. 1.
Amelia Wuest: “MRS. VINCENT WUEST BURIED HERE MON. Mrs. Vincent Wuest of Dorchester, formerly of this city, passed away at the Marshfield hospital, Thursday, May 29th following an operation for mastoids and of pneumonia, the culmination of 9 years of ill health. The funeral was held from St. Louis Catholic Church at Dorchester, Monday, June 2nd, her two brothers, Nick and John Abler and four brother in laws, Peter, John, Louis and Joseph Wuest, acting as pall bearers, with interment in the Catholic Cemetery at Medford. Mrs. Wuest, nee Amelia Abler, was born at Mount Calvary, Wis., and was married to Mr. Vincent Wuest in this city. In 1915 Mr. Wuest traded his store property on Broadway for the Block Hotel in Dorchester and moved his family there. Mrs. Wuest was a member of the C.O.F. and of the Christian Mothers and was a woman who was highly respected. She is survived by her husband and three children; Norbert, Roman and Erna, also by two sisters and two brothers. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wuest, Mr. and Mrs. John Wuest and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wuest, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wuest, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Abler, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Petri and family, John Abler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs. Rader, Mr. and Mrs. Heisler, Mr. and Mrs. Con Niggeman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Deckelman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fleischman, Mr. and Mrs. P. Schupp and Phil Bobbler.” taken from the Medford “Taylor County Leader”, Thursday, June 5, 1924, p. 1.
Amelia Wuest: “COUNTY NEWS. Little Black News Items. “Mr. and Mrs. Peter Deckelman attended the funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Vincent Wuest, at Dorchester, Monday, June 2nd, at the Catholic Church. The body was brought to Medford for burial. May she rest in peace.” taken from the Medford “Taylor County Leader”, Thursday, June 5, 1924, p. 1.
Amelia Wuest: “Notes of the Taylor County Communities: Little Black - ‘Mr. and Mrs. Peter Deckelman attended the funeral at Dorchester at 9 o’clock a.m. at the Catholic Church, of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Vincent Wuest, Monday morning. From there they went to the Medford Cemetery, where she lays at rest. May she rest in peace. Our heartfelt sympathy to the relatives.’ North Little Black - ‘Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wuest, and Mr. and Mrs. John Wuest of Fond du Lac were visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity, being called here on account of the death of Mrs. Vincent Wuest of Dorchester. A large number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fleischman Sunday the occasion being Mr. Fleischman’s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wuest of Fond du Lac were among the guests attending.’” taken from the Medford “Taylor County Star News”, Thursday, June 5, 1924.
Amelia Wuest: “Notes of the Taylor County Communities: Little Black - ‘Mr. and Mrs. Peter Deckelman had the house full of relatives from Fond du Lac last week.’” taken from the Medford “Taylor County Star News”, Thursday, June 12, 1924.
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