Last Rites For Rev. Langehough Held In Chicago

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Thursday, April 14, 1960
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Last Rites for Rev. Langehough [illegible] Chicago

Word reached Lyle on Thursday [illegible] former parishioners of Rev. O. M Langehough, age 65, of his sudden death at his home in Chicago Early Thursday morning, April 7.

He had conducted mid week [illegible] services Wed. eve. at [illegible] Lutheran church where he has been Pastor for the past [illegible] years. He and his wife had [illegible] before retiring and death came unexpectedly.

Funeral services were held in Chicago, Monday, April 11, and the body was taken to Hutchinson, Minn. for a funeral service there Wednesday at Dobratz Funeral Home with interment at Hutchinson.

He served as Pastor for three Lyle area churches, Mona, Six Mile Grove and our Savior in Lyle for a period of 19 years, from 1925 to 1944. After leaving Lyle they went to the west coast and from there to Chicago. he visited at Lyle this last September when he came for the Six Mile Grove Centennial celebration and was guest speaker. He and his wife had planned to retire this summer and move to Cokato, Minn. to be near their only daughter.

Survivors are his wife, his daughter Mrs. Kenneth (Inez) Tabberson, Cokato, Minn., two sons, Milford of St. Paul and Philip, Washington D. C.; five grandchildren, two sisters and two brothers. One brother Rev. O. A. Langehough now of Vancouver, Washington was a former Past of First Lutheran at St. Ansgar and Deer Creek Lutheran church near Carpenter. C.R.