Obit: Beels, Anna (1890 - 1944)

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----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 04/28/1944

Beels, Anna (16 Jan. 1890 - 21 Apr. 1944)

Mrs. Harry Beels Dies at Chili Home

Funeral Services Were Held at Rozellville Monday Morning; Former Resident of Spencer Community.

Mrs. Harry Beels, age 54 years, who had resided in Clark and Marathon counties most of her life, died Friday afternoon at her home in Chili, the victim of a heart attack. She had been in poor health for the past two years. Funeral services were held at St. Andrews Catholic church at Rozellville Monday morning, the Rev. John Neises officiating. Internment was made in the family lot at Rozellville.

Mrs. Beels, nee Anna Beining, was born in Rozellville Jan. 16, 1890. She received her education at Rozellville and was married at St. John’s Catholic church in Marshfield 35 years ago. For two years after their marriage the couple lived in Marshfield, then spent 10 years at Spencer, six at Rhinelander, moved to Granton 17 years ago and three years ago, took up their present residence at Chili. Mrs. Beels is survived by her husband, two sons, and three daughters: Harold Beels of Chili; Alfred Beels of San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Art (Mary) Brandl and Mrs. Art (Lucille) Schultz of Marshfield and Mrs. Roman (Esther) Brill of Chili. Also 12 grandchildren survive, as do a sister, Mrs. August Schlagenhaft of Marshfield, and three brothers, Albert Beining of Rozellville, George Beining of Milwaukee, and Henry Beining, serving in the armed forces in New Guinea.



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