Funeral services for Mrs. Liv Amundson were held on Sunday last, at the Six Mile Grove church, Rev. Langhough officating. Deceased was a native of Telemarken, Norway, born April 11, 1844. When nine years old the parents came to America and settled near Bellvedere, Ill. After a year, like early settlers, they started with ox team for the "West" walking most of the way and came to Mower County, locating on mile east of Lyle. This was in 1854. On February 2, 1866 she married Knut Amundsen, and to them, nine children were born, of that large family, but three are living, Mrs.
Six Mile Grove Lutheran Church
Irene Martha Aanonson -- Rose Creek
ROSE CREEK -- The funeral for Irene Martha Aanonson will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Six Mile Grove Lutheran Church in Lyle, with the Revs. Russ Wangen and Einar Unseth co-officiating. Burial will be in Six Mile Grove Lutheran Cemetery.
Mrs. Aanonson, 76, of Rose Creek, a longtime area farm homemaker, died Saturday (Sept. 16, 2000) at Comforcare Good Samaritan Center in Austin.
Her goal achieved, painter settles down at 96
"Painting was as necessary to me as eating and sleeping. I had to paint."- Painter Constance Sampson, 95
By Tom Weber
After retiring from teaching in 1955, Atlanta Constance Sampson had just one goal: to display her paintings in a one-woman art show in New York.
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St. Ansgar Woman
Died Last Week
After Long Illness
Funeral services for Mrs. Amelia Kittleson, 80, of St. Ansgar were held last Thursday, August 18, at the First Lutheran church in St. Ansgar. The Rev. Olaf Langehough officiated and burial was made in the First Lutheran cemetery Mrs. Kittleson died August 15 after a long illness.
AUSTIN T. AUSTINSON
Austin T Austinson, son of Mr and Mrs Tollef Austinson was born in Nevada township, Mower county Minn, September 22, 1875. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith and was a member of Six Mile Grove church all his life.
He attended public school and one winter at Luther college at Deborah Ia. He was united in marriage to Julia Enerson in 1898, and was engaged in farming in Mower county until 1935, when the family bought a farm near McIntire where he resided until his death May 19, 1948.
Dies at Age of 89
Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Olson, 89, were held Monday at the First Lutheran church in St. Ansgar with the Rev. O. A. Langehough in charge. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Mrs. Olson died Friday, June 4, at her home of old age and complications.
Helen Nelson was born March 1, 1859, the daughter of Nels and Anne Paulson Nelson at Six Mile Grove east of Lyle. She was baptized June 13, 1859, and confirmed at the Six Mile Grove Lutheran church October 18, 1874, by the Rev J Olsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Sponheim attended the funeral of Mrs. Sponheim's aunt, at the Six Mile Grove church near Lyle.
A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Melanda Thompson of Minneapolis, formerly of Lyle, which was held at the Grove church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Thompson was born in Lyle Jul 14, 1864 and died at a hospital on October 15, at the age of 80 years, 3 months and one day. She is survived by two sons, Leonard of Minneapolis and Clifford of Eveleth, Minn., also two brothers, Hans and Chris Thompson of Six Mile Grove. Burial was in the Grove cemetery.
A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Ed Nelson Saturday at the Six Mile Grove church.
Mrs. H. Goplerud
Dies After Illness
Lasting Ten Years
Mrs. Harry G. Goplerud died Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, following a cerebral hemorrhage, at the hospital at Independence where she had spent the past 10 years. The body was brought to the Shelledy funeral home that evening where it rested until Tuesday. Funeral service was held at the Osage Lutheran church at 2 p.m., conducted by the Rev. T P Solem and burial was made in the Osage cemetery.
Mrs. Tom Everson, mother of Mrs. Elmer Nelson, passed away Saturday evening. The funeral was Wednesday afternoon at the Six Mile Grove church.
A number from this locality attended the funeral of Ole Lee, of Rose Creek, at the Six Mile Grove church Monday.
A number from here attended the funeral of Henry Lastine Saturday afternoon at the Six Mile Grove church.
OLE A. NAVERSATH
Ole A. Naversath was born on March 25, 1859, in Sogn, Norway, and away July 4, 1939, at the hospital in Albert Lea, Minn.,at the age of 80 years, 3 months, and 6 days. He was united in marriage to Bertha Peterson, Dec. 21, 1883.
In 1884 Mr Naversath moved to his farm in Union township, Mitchell county, Iowa, which has been his home for 55 years.
Elmer Nelson's mother Mrs. Martin Nelson, passed away last Friday at her home in Nevada. The funeral was held Tuesday at the Six Mile Grove church.
Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Nels Nelson, of Nevada, at the Six Mile Grove church, Saturday.
This community was shocked by the death of Mrs. Knut Lastine last Wednesday. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at the Six Mile Grove church. We extend sympathy to the bereaved.
Mrs. Elmer Nelson spent several days at the home of her parents. her father passed away on Saturday evening. Funeral was held at the Six Mile Grove church Tuesday afternoon.
A number from here attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Malena Peterson, at Six Mile Grove church last Friday.
Ed Hofland, one of the old settlers of Union, passed away Friday afternoon. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at Six Mile Grove. Burial was in Pleasant Hill cemetery.
Quite a number attended the funeral of Knut Knutson at Six Mile Grove church Friday afternoon. Mr. Knutson was formerly a resident of Union, living on the farm now occupied by Walter Leidall.
A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Chris Meyer at Six Mile Grove Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanson attended the funeral of the lady's uncle, Eric Anderson, in Six Mile Grove last Tuesday.