Minnie (Mescell) Hogness, 1896–
|Death of a husband||Aldus Emert Wycoff|
October 21, 1968 (aged 72 years)
Obituary Aldus E. Wycoff, 70 Minneapolis, died on Oct 21, following a lengthy illness. He was born at Barron on March 22, 1898, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wycoff. He spent his childhood in Barron and moved to Cumberland in 1912.
He was manager of the Lange Canning Co. at Fairchild from 1924 until 1933. He then moved to Minneapolis where he was employed in the automotive business until retirement.
On Aug. 1, 1917, he was married in Cumberland to Minnie Hogness.
Mr. Wycoff was active in school and civic affairs and was a member of the Salem Lutheran Church in Minneapolis.
Surviving are his wife, Minnie; a daughter, Evelyn (Mrs. Les Smith) of Eau Claire; two sons, John of Alta Loma, Calif., and Leonard of Minneapolis; 15 grand children; three great - grandchildren; three brothers, Lloyd and Robert of Cumberland and Norman of Silver Bay, Minnesota; and six sisters, Mrs. Leo Severson, Mrs. Glen Wilder of Superior, Lillian Wycoff of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. George Johannsen of Deer Park, Mrs. Peter Bengstron of Rush City, Minn., and Mrs. Herb Hallitt of Kilgore, Tex.
Funeral services were held Oct 24th, at the Cotone Funeral Home with the Rev. Max Wilhelm officiating. Internment was in Lakeside Cemetery, Pallbearers were Lloyd, Robert, and Norman Wycoff, Robert Velcke, Ronald Parsjko, and Walter Steneman.