Julius Jaeger Dies Suddenly
Julius Jaeger, 66, a farmer in the town of Center, and for the past four years a resident here, living at 1521 Highhland avenue, died of a heart attack early Saturday at the farm home of his son, Verne, in Center. He was found dead in bed by members of his family Saturday morning, and had previously never been ill.
He was born in Germany, Jan. 19, 1868, and was married there March 7, 1892, to Miss Augusta Wienke. They came to the United States in March 1892, and established a home on a farm in Plymouth, moving to Center township in 1898. They came to Janesville to make their home when he retired four years ago. He was a member of the Center Lutheran church.
Survivors are Mrs. Jaeger; six children, Mrs. H.C. Benash, Mrs. Esther Bohlman, Walter; Janesville, Mrs. Fred Seeman town of Janesville, Harry, Edgerton, and Verne, Center; and 12 grandchildren. One son preceded his father in death.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Whaley-Overton funeral home here, the Rev. John R. Keiser, St. Johns Lutheran church officiating. Burial will be in Bethel cemetery, Center. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon or evening.
Janesville Daily Gazette, Sat. May 19, 1934. Pg.5:1.