Schnirrings Killed In Highway Crash
ROHDE YOUNGSTER KILLED IN AUTO MISHAP
RODNEY HOFLAND DIES IN MONTANA
Norman Nelson Dies Enroute to Hospital
George Ziegler Dies Wednesday at Memorial Hospital
Army Confirms Korean Deaths of 4 Soldiers
of 4 Soldiers
Special to the Minneapolis Tribune
WASHINGTON- The army Thursday announced that determination of death has been made in the case of the following Upper Midwest servicemen missing in Korea for more than a year:
Minnesota- Pfc. Robert S. Block, son of Mrs. Blanche S. Block, route 1, Lyle; Cpl. Earl W. Melsness, son of Mrs. Ethel Melsness, Renville, and Cpl. James N. Sund, son of Mrs. Marie Sund, Oklee.
South Dakota- Pfc. Donald J. Johnson, son of Gunard E. Johnson, Box 74, Burbank.
Mrs. Jens Anderson died
--Mrs. Jens Anderson died Friday evening, Nov. 27. She had been ailing for a long time.
Hans C. Anderson daughter died
--A two-year daughter of County Commissioner Hans C. Anderson, of Nevada township, died a week ago last Sunday of diphtheria. He has another daughter sick with the same disease, but is supposed to be better.
Stephen Tifft died
STEPHEN TIFFT one of the soldiers of Company K, 4th Minnesota Regiment, who has been home on furlough with the rest of the boys, died in Lyle township some two weeks since.
Killed In Action
Killed in Action-Army Specialist 5 Roy F. Maas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Maas, Lyle, Minn., was killed in Vietnam April 18, one day after his 22nd birthday anniversary.
Maas, a 1966 graduate of Lyle High School, entered the service in July 1966 and had been in Vietnam since Dec. 1, 1968.
GI From Lyle Is Vietnam War Casualty
GI From Lyle
Army Specialist 5 Roy F. Maas, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas, Lyle, Minn., was killed in action in Vietnam Friday, according to the Defense Department.
Maas was a gunner in a tank that was a hit by enemy fire, his parents were informed. He had been in Vietnam since Dec. 1, 1968.
He was graduated from Lyle High School in 1966 and both he and his brother, Lyle, 23, enlisted July 28, 1966. They took their basic training together and also were together at mechanics school in Maryland before being separated.
SP5 Roy Maas of Lyle killed in Vietnam action
SP5 Roy Mass
of Lyle killed in
A 22-year-old Lyle, Minn., soldier was killed in Vietnam Friday, the Defense Department reported Tuesday.
He was identified as Army Specialist 5 Roy F. Maas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Maas of Lyle.
He had observed his 22nd birthday the day before he was killed in action.
A 1966 graduate of Lyle High School, he entered the service in July of that year and had been in Vietnam since Dec. 1, 1968.
Six Mile Grove man burned
--An old man, a Norwegian, living on the farm of Ole Oleson, at Six Mile Grove, in this county, had his head and shoulders burned in a frightful manner, on Tuesday last. Mr. Oleson had burned a straw stack a few days before, and supposed the fire had gone out, but the heavy gale of Tuesday last fanned the smoldering embers, and blew sparks into the hay upon a stable near by, and it soon was enveloped in flames.
Ole Nelson died
Saturday morning A.E. Olson was notified by telegram of the death of his wife's brother. Ole Nelson who resided east of Lyle near Six Mile Grove, his death having been caused by the kick of a horse.
As near as we are able to learn at this writing Mr. Olson the day previous went to Otranto station with a grist and while there was kicked by one of his horses and was taken to Mona where he lingered in great pain until the following morning when he died. His relatives in this locality have the sympathy of the community.
Frank Farrell daughter drowned
Child Drowned Near Officer's Mill.
A little daughter of Frank Farrell living near Officer's mill about seven miles south of Austin was drowned in the Cedar river Friday about noon. The little girl was out playing and is supposed to have become bewildered and wandered into the water. She was about two and one half years old. The water at the point where the accident occurred was shallow, being only about a foot in depth. The little girl was seen not over twenty minutes before the sad occurrence.
Mrs. Gunder Moe died
--Died -- Mrs. Gunder Moe, daughter of Torger Guttormson, living four miles east of Lyle, died of pneumonia Thursday night. Her many friends in this vicinity all join in tendering their heartfelt sympathy to her bereaved parents. Scraper
Ingebret Anderson son died
Saturday 28th Ingebret Anderson buried a son, aged about four years.
Rev. David Gleason died
GLEASON-- In Cedar City, on the 20th inst., Rev. David B. Gleason, aged 38 years and 9 months. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss. He was much beloved by the church and those who knew him best.
One of John Farrell's twin boys died
—One of the twin boys of Mr. and Mrs. John Farrell of Lyle township died Monday, and yesterday the other was very ill. They were born last November 22. Funeral will be held at the house Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment in Cedar City cemetery.
Mrs. J. P. Elwell died
Mrs. J. P. Elwell died at her home near Cedar City January 25 following a long illness. She was a patient sufferer and ever thotful of those who cared for her. She leaves to mourn her loss, Mr. Elwell, and four sons.
Sad Accident to a Child.
Sad Accident to a Child.
The four-year-old daughter of C. A. Hildebrand, proprietor of the Commercial Hotel, was severely burned Sunday evening about 6:30 and died three or four hours later. She was playing alone in the parlor, presumably with matches and paper, when suddenly the child began to scream so that it attracted the attention of the father. He rushed into the room, caught the child up in his arms, all aflame, and rushed frantically about with it hardly realizing what to do. His hands were burned in the operation.
C.A. Hildebrand twin boys died
-- We learn from the Lyle Tribun (sic) that death has again come into the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hildebrand and taken the twin boys born to them in September. They died on Sunday and Tuesday of last week of brain trouble. This makes the fifth time within three years that these afflicted parents have been called to mourn the loss of loved ones. They have the sympathy of all. Funeral services were held last Wednesday.
Ole Running died of typhoid fever
Ole Running died Sunday evening at St. Olaf hospital of typhoid fever. He had been there about a week.
Frank Wyborny died
-- Frank Wyborny oldest son of Joseph Wyborny living west of Lyle was killed last week at Seattle, Washington, by accidentally falling out of a third story window. His remains were brought to Lyle for burial and the funeral was held under the auspices of the Masonic order on Monday of this week.