|Birth: ||Jun. 29, 1912|
|Death: ||Jul. 17, 1936|
Carroll Daily Herald, July 18, 1936
Clarence A. Beyer, 24, Is First Heat Prostration Victim In This Territory To Die After Attack
Stricken While Working In Harvest Field At Home Of Neighbor
Funeral Services Will Be Held Monday At St. Mary's Church
Clarence A. Beyer, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beyer of Willey, who was overcome by the heat while threshing Thursday afternoon, passed away at the St. Anthony hospital about 11 o'clock Friday night.
Clarence was stricken in midafternoon while assisting with threshing operations on the farm of a neighbor, Louis Nagl. He was removed to the hospital between 8 and 9 o'clock Thursday evening. He was the first heat prostration victim in the vicinity of Carroll to die after being stricken during the current heat wave.
FUNERAL MONDAY--Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Mary's church, Willey, with the Rev. Father H.J. Dries reading the requeim mass. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery.
The body will be at the family home until time of the services.
Mr. Beyer spent his life in the same community. H was born at Willey, June 29, 1912. After his graduation from St. Mary's school, he remained at home to help his father operate the farm, which is seven miles south of Carroll.
SURVIVORS--Clarence was one of a family of seven children, one of whom, a brother, Ralph, passed away about 14 years ago. Surviving are his parents, two brothers, Harold and Russell, both at home, and three sisters, Mrs. John Gute (Vera) of Glidden, Eva and Rita at home. He also leaves his grandfather, Mike Zitzlsperger, of Roselle township.
Clarence was a member of St. Mary's Church of Willey.
Joseph Bayer (1883 - 1949)
Anna Zitzlsperger Bayer (1885 - 1953)
Saint Marys Catholic Cemetery
Created by: Laurie Charles Bowman
Record added: Apr 17, 2012
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