Gus A. #2 (1877 - 1945)
Surnames: Pederson, Fahlgren, Capes, Crossgrove, Young, Apfelbeck, Lenz, Runge, Wussow, Domer, Salter, Tennis, Mews, Winson, Stephen
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 08/23/1945
Pederson, Gus A. (13 Sept. 1877 - 19 Aug. 1945)
Gus A. Pederson died of a heart ailment Sunday morning at 9:30 o’clock at his home in Unity, Wisconsin, at the age of 67 years. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Unity Methodist church, Rev. Floyd Fahlgren of Neillsville officiating. Pall bearers were E. E. Capes, Howard Crossgrove, Jack Young, Ben Apfelbeck, Theo. Lenz, Charles Runge. Those in charge of the flowers were Norma Wussow, Betty Wussow, Lavon Domer, Maxine Salter, Joane Tennis and Leona Mews.
Mr. Pederson was born at Aurora, Ill., Sept. 13, 1877, and was married to Louise Cleveland on November 16, 1899, at Ocheydan, Iowa. He received his education at Aurora, and in 1909 came to Wisconsin, living in Greenwood, Colby, and Unity, Wis. He spent the past 15 years at Unity, and while there held various school offices.
Surviving are his wife, two children, Truman Pederson of Neillsville and Mrs. Elmer Winson of Edgar; four grandchildren; a brother, Arthur Pederson of Washington; and a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Stephen of Los Angeles, Calif. A daughter, Fern, died June 1, 1919, and two brothers and two sisters also preceded him in death.
Pederson, Gus A. #2 (1877 - 1945)
Contact: Mike Skinner
I'm a real estate agent, and was showing a house to a gentleman today on Hwy 73, just south of Neillsville by about a mile. In the basement of this house - which has been vacant and for sale for well over two years - I found three shelves which had many Ball canning jars sitting on them. The shelves are lined with a December 10, 1972 edition of the Marshfield Herald. Apparently it was mailed to the subscriber - the name stamped on the front is "Truman Pederson, RR3, Neillsville." If this means something to someone out there, if it's something that someone would like to have, let me know. I don't have it, but I believe it could be arranged at no cost.
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