THE CLINTONVILLE TRIBUNE
Friday, May 14, 1926

ALBERT EWERT DIED TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT HIS HOME HERE OPERATED FARM IN TOWN OF PELLA FOR MANY YEARS PRIOR TO COMING HERE FOUR YEARS AGO

Albert Ewert, a resident of this city and a former resident of the town of Pella where he is well known, died last Tuesday afternoon following an illness of about four weeks. He suffered from an attack of flu which was followed by a stroke.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon from Christus church in this city and burial will be in the family lot at Pella.

Albert Ewert was born in Theresa, Dodge county, Feb. 3, 1859. Four years later he came with his parents to the town of Pella where they settled on a farm in what was then an undeveloped community and virtually a wilderness. Here Mr. Ewert grew to manhood, helped his parents hew a farm out of the forests and later took over the old homestead. He was married to Augusta Schilling of Pella on March 16, 1883 and they resided on the old homestead until four years ago when they came to this city to make their home.

Mr. Ewert was a man of quiet disposition but enjoyed the respect and affection of a wide circle of friends. He was a member and trustee of the Bethlehem Lutheran church at Pella for many years. He leaves to mourn his wife, two children, Mrs. Adeline Radke of Marion and Berner Ewert of this city, four grandchildren and two brothers, Herman and Fred of Pella.