Death Notice

Carrie Oleson died

SUDDEN DEATH. -We learn that a young woman doing housework in the family of J. S. Corning, in this city, made complaint last Saturday evening that she felt unwell.

The next morning she took her breakfast as usual. In the afternoon she complained again of feeing badly; called for a glass of water, drank it, and in fifteen minutes was dead.

Her name is Carrie Oleson. Her home was near Lyle. Whether the Coroner took any notice of the case, we are not informed.

Jennie Norregarrd (sic) Funeral Held

Jennie Norregarrd
Funeral Held

Jennie Norregaard, age 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Norregaard, died very suddenly Saturday evening. She became ill in the evening, and her parents rushed her to St. Olaf Hospital in Austin, but she was dead on arrival. She had been playing during the day and had eaten her evening meal as usual before the sudden attack. An autopsy was to be performed Monday.

Funeral services were held in Lyle Tuesday. An obituary will appeared in next week's issue.

Olaves Halverson died

Olaves Halverson

Olaves Halverson, 76, died Sunday at Memorial Hospital, Osage, following a brief illness.

A resident of Lyle, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Franklin (Norma) Newell, Austin, Mrs. Delton (Lois) Drenen, Minneapolis; four sons, Kenneth of Minneapolis, Clayton of Otisco, Minn., Ronald and Paul of Lyle.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday.

Gone to Rest.

Gone to Rest.

Edgar Smith died at Lyle, Thursday, July 28, aged between 70 and 80 years, and was buried Saturday at 10 o'clock. Mr. Smith was an old settler in the county, settling at Lyle years ago. He afterwards moved to Austin where he resided until last spring, when he returned to his farm at Lyle. Verily, the scythe of time is performing its work slow but sure, and the old settlers are being removed from our midst one by one, never to return. May peace be with his ashes.