Chancey Alexander Brighton (sic), who for 40 years has been a resident of this county, passed away, May 9th at the home of his daughter Mrs. Warren Paddleford (sic). Deceased was 82 years of age. The funeral was held Monday.
The funeral of the late Miss Emma Halvorson, who died Monday, was held Thursday afternoon at the Six Mile Grove Church and interment was made in Woodbury cemetery. Obituary next week.
The funeral of the late Martin Seaverson was largely attended Monday afternoon and was conducted by Rev. Waldeland of St. Ansgar. Interment was made in Sunny Side Cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. L. Rawn was held Wednesday from the home. Interment was made at the Woodbury cemetery. About 37 teams were in the procession.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Robert Rustad, held last Friday afternoon from the house at 1 o'clock was largely attended by friends and neighbors of the deceased. She was laid to rest in the old Mona cemetery. Rev. Esser conducted the services
Funeral Held At
Raymond Bisbee, 60, of Lyle died suddenly Saturday, April 9, following a heart attack.
He had just finished washing his car at the Lyle car wash and was visiting with friends and he suddenly collapsed. An ambulance was called, but he died enroute to the Mitchell County Memorial hospital.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 13 at Our Savior's Lutheran church, Lyle with the Rev. Merland Johnson officiating, and interment was in the Grand View Memorial Gardens at Austin.
Funeral Held At
Six Mile Grove
A lifetime Nevada township resident, Ole Lillegaard, 92, died Saturday evening at the Good Samaritan Center in St. Ansgar, following a eight week illness. He had been a patient at Memorial hospital, Osage until he entered the Center in September.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, October 12 at the Six Mile Grove with the Rev. S. Klemesrud officiating and interment was in the church cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, Sarah, one daughter and two sons.
Walter Sherman, 68, lifelong resident of Lyle, died Sunday, January, 24 at Mitchell County Memorial Hospital in Osage from a heart condition that had kept him hospitalized there for the past eleven weeks following several serious heart attacks.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, January 27 at Worlein Funeral Home in Austin with the Rev. M. H. Averbeck officiating and interment was in Woodbury cemetery.
A complete obituary will appear in next week's issue.
MRS. JOHN SCHUTZ
RITES HELD IN
Mrs. John Schultz, age 54, (the former Emily Klusmeier) of New Hampton, Iowa passed away suddenly Saturday evening in the hospital at New Hampton, Saturday evening following a heart attack.
Funeral services for the former Otranto township resident were held at First Methodist church in New Hampton Tuesday October 31.
A complete obituary will be printed next week.
HOBKIRK- Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian (Bert) Hobkirk, Lyle, will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at the Worlein Funeral Home, Rev. David Ashley officiating. Interment will be at Woodbury Cemetery.
WILDER- Funeral services for Mrs. M. E. (Lulu) Wilder, formerly of Austin Rt. 2, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at First United Methodist Church, Rev. Stanley Hanks officiating.
Interment will be in Woodbury Cemetery. Friends may call at the Jordan Mortuary until 10 a.m. Wednesday and at the church one hour before the service. The family prefers memorials.
HALVERSON- Funersal services for Olaves Halverson, Lyle, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Worlein Funeral Home, Rev. Merland Johnson officiating.
Interment will be in Woodbury Cemetery, Lyle. Friends may call until time of service.
MEMORIAL HELD FOR WAR VICTIM
Service at Lyle, Minn. for Sgt. Marion Bell
Lyle, Minn. -- Memorial services for Sgt. Marion Bell were held Sunday afternoon in the Lyle Mission church with the Rev. Howard Root and the Rev. Carl Volstad officiating.
Sgt. Bell was reported missing in action Feb. 3 and not until July 7 did his wife receive word that he was killed in action.
Mrs. Helen Ingebretson, son Ed and niece, Miss Garden, who were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Andreas Anderson last week, returned to their homes in Glenwood, Minn., Monday.
The funeral of the later Pvt. Ralph Warrington was held at the home of his parents last Friday afternoon with interment in Cedar City. A large concourse of friends and neighbors attended. This is the first young man of our midst who has been called upon to make the supreme sacrifice upon the altar of freedom and all Cedar City honors and mourns her first fallen hero- for he is a hero just truly as though he had fallen on the battle fields "over there." The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved family whose service star has turned to gold.
NORDLAND- William H., age 88 of
The Alliance Residence, formerly of
Lyle, Minn. Survived by sisters, Mrs.
Hannah Dahlen; 3 brothers, Pearly,
Dr. Martin and Albert H. Nordland,
all of Mpls.; 14 nieces and nephews.
Services Monday 1 p.m. The Albin
Chapel, Paul Albinson & Sons directors,
2200 Nicollet Ave. Interment
Crystal Lake cemetery. Friends may
call after 3 p. m. Sunday.
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. Ed Nelson Saturday at the Six Mile Grove church.
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.
Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Nels Nelson, of Nevada, at the Six Mile Grove church, Saturday.