Martha Everson obituary

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The original article had Mrs. Lewis Solo in the Card of Thanks. This was Mrs. Lewis Sola, (Blanche).
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Thursday, February 8, 1945
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Martha Pauline Anderson was born at Mona, Iowa February 11, 1883, and passed away suddenly at her home southeast of Mona, Thursday morning February 8, 1845, her entire life having been spent in the community.

She was united in marriage to Charles Everson Oct. 25th 1905, and to this union four children were born. They are Lloyd and Mrs Iona Grove of Lyle; Mrs Erlis Libersky of St. Ansgar and Kenneth, now serving with the American army overseas.

Others remaining to mourn her loss, besides her husband and children are six grandchildren and four brothers, Arthur of Cokato, Minn.; Carl of Minneapolis, Peter and Victor Anderson of this vicinity, also a number of other relatives and friends.

Mrs Everson was a faithful member and an active worker in the Mona Ladies Aid. She was devoted wife and mother and will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

In Memory
She is gone but not forgotten,
Her darling voice still lingers there,
She has left, yes, she has left us,
Still she seems so very near,
Though our hearts are filled with
And our eyes are filled with tears,
Yet her memory will linger,
With us all the coming years.
So let us pray and be forgiven,
And prepare to meet in Heaven.


Our sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who in any way assisted us at the time of the death of our dear wife and mother. We especially thank Rev. Langehough for his comforting words, Mrs Henry Stromley and Mrs Lewis Sola** for their beautiful songs, those who brought food and all who sent floral offerings and "in memoriam."

Chas. Everson
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Everson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Everson
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Libersky
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Grove