Obit: Hogue, Clarence E. "Billy" #2 (1902- 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hogue, Lea, Hoehne, Verhulst, Brown, Helwig, Johnson, Geisler, Barnes, Fahey, Frank, Ehlers, Brandsward, Smith, Kreier, Braatz, Filitz, Funmaker, Griffin, Burlingame, Comstock, Chernach, Frost, Reynolds, Haddican, Trachsel, Sanders, Janke, Aeschbacher, Duxbury, Marg, Tande, Wachholz, Breitenbach, Grasser, Hayden, Flicek, Reineck, Barr, Mayer, Zoutendam, Carey
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/13/1973
Hogue, Clarence E. (Billy) (10 August 1902 - 2 September 1973)
Funeral services were held September 5, from the Georgas Funeral Home for Clarence E. (Billy) Hogue, 71, of Merrillan who died September 2 in Neillsville. The Rev. Calvin Carey of Merrillan officiated and burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Dr. Horace Frank, Irvin Marg, Dale Reynolds, Mr. Tande, Armond Wachholz, Harold Breitenbach, Gene Duxbury, Henry Grasser, Charles Hayden, Stanley Flicek, Cecil Reineck and Charles Barr.
Soloist Mrs. Harold Mayer was accompanied by Mrs. Wayne Zoutendam.
Those from out-of-town who attended the services were: Mr. and Mrs. Shyler Lea, Alma Center; Julius Hoehne, Mrs. Clarence Verhulst, Hazel Brown Helwig, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Geisler and Dr. R. L. Barnes, Greenwood; John Fahey, Stanley; Dr. and Mrs. Horace Frank, Tomah; Mr and Mrs. Eugene Ehlers, Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandsward, Waterford; Sharon E. Hogue Smith, Oakland, Ca; Mrs. Dorothy Kreier and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braatz, Beaver Dam; Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Ehlers and Jerene Filitz, Milwaukee; Harold Funmaker, Black River Falls; Mrs. Gertrude Griffin, Ross Burlingame, Gloria Comstock, Mrs. Frank Chernach, Mrs. Everett Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Johnson, Grace Reynolds and Mary Haddican, Merrillan; Mrs. James Trachsel, Rex Sanders, Mrs. L. Janke, Mrs. Rudy Aeschbacher and Mrs. Leland Duxbury, Humbird.
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