Appendix 1: Obituary of Elida Kreie, undated Antigo newspaper.

Mrs. W. C. Kreie Succumbs Here
Was Antigo Resident 35 Years; Funeral Tuesday Afternoon

Msr. (sic) W. C. Kreie, 58 resident of this city for 35 years, died last evening at 7:10 o'clock at her home at 1225 Second Avenue following a stroke she recently suffered.

Mrs. Kreie, nee Elida Hollander, was born March 16, 1879 at Manitowoc where she grew to womanhood. She was married there to W. C. Kreie, September 24, 1902. After their marriage they cam to Antigo to make their home and have lived here since. Mrs. Kreie was a member of St. Ambrose Episcopal Church, Ladies Society to B. of L. F. and E.* and the Pioneer U. D. Club**.

Besides her husband she is survived by three daughters, (Ruth) Mrs. Nick Fiebke of Albany, N.Y.; Marion (sic), Cook County hospital, Chicago; Mildred at home; two brothers, George Hollander of Manitowoc and William Storch of Appleton. One son, Edward, preceded her in death in 1933.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home at 1225 Second Avenue and at 2:30 o'clock at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church. The rev. C. J. Miller of Shawano, formerly of this city, will officiate. The body will be place in the mausoleum until spring when burial will be made in the Elmwood cemetery.


*From Wikiipedia: The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen (B of LF&E) was a North American railroad fraternal benefit society and trade union in the 19th and 20th Centuries. The organization began in 1873 as the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen (B of LF), a mutual benefit society for workers employed as firemen for steam locomotives, before expanding its name in 1907 in acknowledgement that many of its members had been promoted to the job of railroad engineer.


**I do not know what the Pioneer U. D. Club did or represented.