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Dorothy Ruge Peterson Pagles, 81, of Heritage Acres Care Center, died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1994, in St. Luke's Hospital of cancer. Memorial services: 1 p.m. Friday, Our Savior's Lutheran Church, by the Rev. Fran Griffeth. Inurnment: Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Cedar Memorial Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Survivors include a daughter, Karen Rinehart of Cedar Rapids, and a son, Ronald of Long Beach, Calif.

Also surviving are eight grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and a sister-in-law, Florence Peterson of California.

Dorothy was born March 8, 1912, in Cedar Rapids, and married Stanton M. Peterson there on Nov. 14, 1942. He died in 1958. She then married Art Pagles on July 31, 1961, in Chicago. He died in 1980. Dorothy was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Kappa Delta Social Sorority and ABWA Business Women's Association, and was a graduate of the University of Iowa.

Memorial donations may be given to Our Savior's Lutheran Church or Lutheran Children's Home in Waverly.

Dorothy will be greatly missed by her family and many friends. She will be remembered for her kind heart and generosity to others.
RUGE, Dorothy (I8825)
Edward Radtke
Edward Radtke, 83, of Mt. Lake, died October 24, 2004 at the Good Samaritan Village in Mt. Lake.
Visitation will be at Bjerum Funeral Home in Mt. Lake on Thursday, from 4:30--7 p.m. and Friday from 7:30-8 a.m.
Visitation will also continue for one hour prior to the service at the church.
Services will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, at Lakeview Gospel Church in Mt. Lake with Rev. Richards Korns,, Rev. Robert Radtke and Rev. Merwin Dick officiating.
Interment will be at the Delft Cemetery in Delft.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by Bjerum Funeral Home in Mt. Lake.
E-mail condolences may be sent to the family at
Edward Gerhard Radtke, the son of Carl William and Kathryn (Penner) Radtke was born April 15, 1921, in Lodi, Calif. He grew up with his family and received his education in the Mt. Lake and Butterfield areas.
Ed served his country in the U.S. Army from June 1942 thru September 1945, including several battles in Africa and Europe. Ed was held as a prisoner of war from November 20, 1944 to September 27, 1945. He earned six battle stars, Good Conduct Medal, Presidential Citation and Infantryman's Combat Badge.
On October 18, 1945, Ed married Gertie Lucille Menken at the Christian Reformed Church near Mt. Lake. They farmed in the Butterfield and Delft areas until 1962, when he purchased a welding shop in Mt. lake with George Janzen. Later in his career he became the sole owner of the shop.
Ed enjoyed fishing, working with stained glass, traveling, and Christmas lights and displays. He was also an avid bowler in Comfrey, St. James, WIndom and Mt. Lake.
He was very patriotic and flew his country's flag with respect. Ed had a very strong faith and was active on many committees at Immanuel Mennonite Church in Delft. He was also a member fo the Mt. Lake American Legion Post. Ed loved children and will be remembered for his quick wit.
Survivors include his wife, Gertie Radtke of Mt. Lake; two sons, DeLyle (Pam) Radtke, and LeRoy (Diane) Radtke all of Mt. Lake; two daughters, Linda Coe of Pleasanton, Calif., and Judith (Jerry) Friesen of Omaha, Neb.; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Garry (Twyla) Radtke of Bellevue, Texas and Robert (Ione) Radtke of Fresno, Calif.; and two sisters, Lorraine (Abe) Adrian and Esther Redekop, all of Mt. Lake. 
RADTKE, Edward Gerhard (I9941)
Evonne Ileen (Pruett) McKinney, 91, of Farmington, Iowa, peacefully entered her eternal home at 12:02 a.m. Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at the Keosauqua Health Care Center in Keosauqua, Iowa.

Born April 15, 1927 in Chambersburg, Missouri, the daughter of Kester and Vera (Dooley) Pruett. Evonne married the love of her life, Junior McKinney, on September 22, 1942. They enjoyed seventy-five years of marriage before his passing on April 7, 2018.

Left behind to honor and cherish her memory are her three sons: Dwight McKinney, Jerry (Teresa) McKinney and David (Martha) McKinney; six daughters: Judy (Bill) Dulin, Barbara (Ed) Howard, Patty Sedlacek, Kathy (Jim) Murphy, Peggy (Mike) Simpkins and Pamela (Chuck) Warner; twenty-one grandchildren; thirty-six great grandchildren; ten great-great grandchildren and two brothers: Jim (Lou Ann) Pruett and Harold "Hal" (Patricia) Pruett.

She was met at the Pearly Gates by her husband: Junior; her parents; daughter-in-law: Linda, son-in-law: Mike; precious angel granddaughter: Jessica and two brothers: Bernard and Dick Pruett.

Evonne devoted her life to the raising of her nine children, twenty-one grandchildren, thirty-six great grandchildren and ten great-great grandchildren, along with many other children she had babysat for. She was a wonderful cook. She loved to crochet, knit and sew. Evonne made every grandchild a baby quilt and millions of doilies.

Friends may call after 12:00 noon Friday, June 8, 2018 at Schmitz Funeral Home in Farmington where the family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, June 9, 2018 at the Farmington United Methodist Church with Rev. Gordan Hawkins HCI Hospice Care Services Chaplain officiating.

Burial will be at the Campground Cemetery near Downing, Missouri.

Memorials may be made in her memory to the Farmington United Methodist Church or Bonaparte United Church.

Online condolences may be made at Schmitz Funeral Home in Farmington, Iowa is assisting the family with arrangements. 
PRUETT, Evonne Ileen (I5405)
Farmer Dies Under Tractor
Machine Overturns In Ditch, Pins Man Underneath At Amboy
«/b»Amboy, Minn. (AP) -- A rural Amboy farmer was injured fatally Tuesday night when his tractor overturned in a drainage ditch and pinned him beneath the seat.
The victim was Alvin Mitzner one of four brothers operating a Pleasant Township farm 25 miles southwest of Mankato.
Mitzner was hauling hay bales at a neighbor's farm when the mishap occurred. Another man saw the overturned tractor, but was unable to free Mitzner. He summoned help, but the victim died before reaching a hospital. 
MITZNER, Alvin Carl Emil (I9895)
File # 14839
State of Minnesota County of Blue Earth In Probate Court
Certificate of Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of Augusta E. Boelter, Decedent
Be It Remembered, That on the day of the date hereof at a General Term of said Probate Court, pursuant to the notice duly given, the last will and testament of Augusta E. Boelter, Decedent, late of the said County of Blue Earth, bearing date the 4th day of June 1943, and being the annexed written instrument, was duly proved before the Probate Court, in and for the County of Blue Earth aforesaid; and was duly allowed and admitted to probate by said Court according to law; as and for the last Will and Testament of said Augusta E. Boelter, deceased, which said last Wll and Testament is recorded and the examination taken thereon filed in this office.

Filed this 3rd day of January 1952 and recorded together with the Will attached in Book O of records of Will. page 65

In Testimony Whereof, the Judge of the Probate Courth of said County has hereunto set his hand and affixed the seal of said Court at Mankato, in said County this 3rd day of January 1952.
signed J. R. Keasens [sic} Judge of Probate 
GRAF, Augustav Enstine (I5164)
Fleming County Clerk's Office, Flemingsburg, KY. Will Book C, pp. 106-7:
"In the name of God Amen. I Asa Reeves of Fleming County and State of Kentucky being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory considering the uncertainty of this mortal life do make and publish this my last will and testament in the manner and form following that is to say. First it is my will and desire that all my just debts be speedily and punctually paid. Item I give and bequeath to William Reeves one hundred acres of land lying in Fleming County and State aforesaid being part of the tract of land I now live on it being the land that I gave the said William Reeves the privilege of selling which he has done. Item I give to Elias Reeves one hundred acres of land being part of the tract that I now live on which I gave him the privilege to sell and he has sold it. Item I give and bequeath to Jabez Reeves one hundred acres of land being part of the tract of land I now live on which I have made a deed of gift for which will show the boundaries of said land. Item I give and bequeath to Asa Reeves one hundred acres of land being the place that I purchased of my son Wm. Reeves and is part of that I now live on. Item It is my will and desire that the ballance (sic) of my land be equally divided between George Reeves and Isaac Reeves and that Isaac Reeves' part is to be laid off so as to include the buildings and orchard where I now live. Item All the remainder of my Estate it is my will and desire that it be equally divided amongst my six daughters Ann Dogget Crooke, Susannah Reeves, Sally Collinsworth Mahan, Elizabeth Jones, Margaret Burk, Jane Carter, and my adopted son Benjamin Reeves. I appoint my son George Reeves Executor to this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the seventh day of July one thousand and eight hundred and nineteen.Asa X Reeves sealmarkSigned and sealed published and declared by the above named Asa Reeves to be his will and testament in Presence of usJames Blair, Thomas Summers, William W. Blair 
REEVES, Asa (I10245)
Former Amherst Man Dies

Estel Wilson, aged 89, a former Amherst business man and brother of Mrs. Carl Haertel and Robert Wilson of Stevens Point, died Monday at the Odd Fellows Home at Green Bay followiing an illness of two years.

Funeral services were held at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Amherst M. E. church, Rev. Charles E. Olsen officiating. Burial took place in Greenwood cemetery.

During the services Mrs. B. Harvey and Mrs. P.W. Worden sang "Gather at the Rivers," "Happy Day" and "In the Sweet Bye and Bye." They were accompanied by Mrs. C. G. Peterson.

Pallbearers were six nephews of Mr. Wilson, Joseph Koehn, A. A. Menzel and William McCune of Stevens Point and Harold Munchow, Lyal Van Skiver and Alfred Smith of Amherst.
WILSON, Estel (I22)
Former Mankato resident Douglas J. Kroeger, 48, died Sunday, April 11, 1999, at his parents home in North Mankato.
Services are 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Mankato Mortuary, the Rev. Paul Nolting officiating. Burial is in Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery, Mankato.
Visitation is from 4 to 7 p.m. today at Mankato Mortuary and continues one hour before services Wednesday at the mortuary. Memorials are Preferred in lieu of flowers to Immanuel Lutheran Church and School.
Mr. Kroeger was born Sept. 12, 1950, to Martin and Rose (Biermann) Kroeger at Mankato. He graduated from Mankato High School in 1968 and attended Mankato State University for three years. He worked as an art director for five years in Sun Valley, Idaho. For the past 12 years he has been an exhibition technician for Minneapolis Institute of Arts. He was an independent artist and had a gallery in his home. He enjoyed music, art, skiing, travel and spending time at his parent's lake cottage.
Mr. Kroeger is survived by his parents; one brother, David of Mankato; one sister and her husband, Roselyn Skillman and Rod of Phoenix, Ariz.; and nieces and nephews.
From Mankato Free Press 
KROEGER, Douglas John (I7706)
Frances W. Tasto
Frances Wollschlager Tasto was born Oct. 23, 1879 to parents Theodore and Mathilda Wollschlager in Fuerstenau, Germany. She came to America as a youg girl. She was married in 1900 to August Tasto who preceded her in death in 1938.
Surviving are three daughters, Marie, Mrs. Geo. Nordmarken fo Minneapolis, Elizabeth, Mrs. Chester Nelson of Omaha, Nebr., and Ann, Mrs. Geo. Lindquist of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Besides seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She is survived by four sisters, Martha, Mrs. August Nitz of Milbank; Sr. M. Pancratia SSND of Owatonna, Minn; mary Wollschlager of Madison and Agnes, Mrs. Anton Plathe of Barry; two brothers, John of Madison and Alois of Ortonville, besides many nieces and nephews.
Relatives attending the funeral from out of town were from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Minneapolis, Willmar, Ortonville, Big Stone, Barry, Nassau, Rosen and Bellingham.
Funeral services and mass was held at St. Michael's church, Madison, Nov. 28, 1967 at 10 a.m. by Rev. Anthony Plathe of Barry, a nephew of the deceased. 
WOLLSCHLAGER, Franciska (I5566)
Francis "Franny" Stangl
Francis "Franny" Stangl, 64, Buckman, died 07-06-2012.

Arrangements: Emblom-Brenny Funeral Service, Pierz. Vis: all at church 4-8 p.m. Mon., July 9 and after 9 a.m. until time of Services: 10:30 a.m. Tue., July 10 at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Buckman. 
STANGL, Francis Jerome (I2967)
Frank B. Otremba Rites In Buckman Saturday

Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 11, at St. Michael's church, Buckman, for Frank B. Otremba, 76, retired farmer of Pierz, who resided in Minneapolis the past several years, and passed away Wednesday at Univeristy hospital. Rev. Paul Kunkel officiated and interment was made in the Buckman cemetery. Mr. Otremba had been suffering from a lingering illness.

Pallbearers were Henry Zierer, Clemens Theis, James and Curtis Theis, Frank Neisius and Pete Theis.

Survivors include his wife, nee Gertrude Theis, two sons, Leo, Pierz; and Harvey, Frazer, Montana; and five daughters, Mrs. George (Helen) Fuerstenberg, Minneapolis; Mrs. Herbert (Adell) Axel, Big Lake; Mrs. Millard (Marie) Olson, Golden Valley; Mrs. Joe (Elaine) Guertin, also Golden Valley; and Mrs. Travis (Gertrude) Morrow, Monterey, California.

Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Math Zierer, this place; and Mrs. John Hansman, Little Falls; and a brother, Joe Otremba, Wolfe Point, Montana. 
OTREMBA, Frank B. (I2285)
Funeral of Charles Randall.
Funeral services for Charles Randall, Washington D. C., former Winona resident, were conducted at St. Thomas Pro-Cathedral at 9:30 a. m. today, the Rev. Hilary McNallan officiating. Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery. Mr. Randall who was 38 years old, died Sunday after an illnes of a week. Death was due to angina pectoris. He was born in Winona, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Randall, and more recently had resided in Washington where he was assistant forester in the division of education and information in the United States Forestry Service, having been transferred to Washington from Milwaukee last October. Survivors are his wife and a sister, Mrs. James Miller Minneapolis. Pallbearers were Leo C. La France, M. J. Galvin, Joseph Krier, J. Harold Baker, Alphonse Goergen and P.K. Berger. Those from out-of-town who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. James Lahey, Minneapolis; Mrs. R. U. Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Winter, Duluth; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kramer and Mrs. J.C. Lahey, St. Charles; Miss Mary Lahey, Plainview; Miss Gertrude Newhouse, Marshall; the Miss McDonough, Kellogg; P.K. Berger, Milwaukee, from the United States Forestry Service; Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Ruble, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Magnussen, Plainview, Stanley Sather, Miss Mae Centerwall and Mrs. Christine Cowin, St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cramer, St. Charles. 
RANDALL, Charles Richard Broome (I4394)
Funeral Services: 2 p.m. Monday, December 29, at Glory Bound Church with the Rev. David Woods officiating. Burial: Sterling Cemetery
Parents: George and Myrtle (Asbill) Broyles
Mr. Broyles collected Hot Wheel cars, loved drag racing, fishing and monster trucks. He was a Green Bay Packer Fan.
Married: June 26, 1960, to Shirley Hurst in California.
Preceeded in death by: his parents and two brothers, Hugh George Broyles and his Twin, David Broyles.
Survivors in addition to his wife, include two sons and daughter-in-laws, Michael and Michelle Broyles, Jr. of Marlow, Ok. and Mark and Cheryl Broyles, Sr. of Lake City, Mn; a daughter and son-in-law Michelle and Tommy Mason of Marlow, Ok.; and seven Grandchildren, Ashley, Alicia, Heather, Trey Armejo, Michael III, Mark Jr., and Kaitlyn Mason. Two sisters, Jean Lambert of Norman, Ok.;Judy And Gene Hallett of Pontiac, Mi.; three sisters-in-law Karen and Larry Caveny of Rush Springs, Ok.; Dorene and Herman Nock of Bossier City, La.; Peggy Broyles of Newalla, Ok.; and several nieces and nephews.
Serving as pallbearers: Tracy Garrison; Greg Sanders; Ronnie Davis; Randy Choate; Randy Davis; Chris Petty; Jason Snodgrass; Cody Wiese; Don Koester. Honorary Pallbearers: Weldon Kennedy; Jonnie Holt; Larry Peddycoart; Blake Wilson. 
BROYLES, Michael Kenneth Sr. (I15000)
Harold Edward Williams, 81, Bonanza, died Thursday in Klamath Falls.

He was born Oct. 22, 1908, in Alamogordo, N.M. to Bluford and Molly Williams. As a youngster he moved with his parents to Corning, Calif., where he started herding turkeys at age 13 and sheep at age 14.

During World War II Mr. Williams worked in air base construction in California. In the early 1930s he worked for the U.S. Forest Service.

He maried Euveta "Veta" A. Barnes in Chico, Calif., Aug, 7, 1937.

Mr. Williams began raising sheep in Chico in 1949 and the family moved to Bonanza in 1957, purchasing the McCartie Sheep Ranch and continuing to expand and develop the ranching operation.

Mr. William was past president of and active with the Butte, Glenn and California wool growers associations; past president of the Klamath Basin Sheep Growers and a member of the Oregon Sheep Growers.

He received the Jerry Ahern Sheepman of the Year Award this year for his contributions to the sheep industry in the Klamath Basin.

He served as a director developing the Oregon Sheep Commission and was one of the original organizers for the annual local lamb barbeque. He received an achievement award from the Langel Valley Soil and Water Conservation District for excellence in promoting soil conservation on his ranch.

Survivors include his wife; son and daughter-in-law, Gary B. and Kathleen, Bonanza; daughter and son-in-law, Susan and Loren Magnone, Thousand Oaks, Calif.; sisters, Mable Bartoe, Santa Rosa, Calif.; and Grace Virginia Sweeney, San Jose, Calif.; grandchildren, Bryan Williams, Klamath Falls, and Connie Masten, Bonanza; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at O'Hair's Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. John Braund officiating. Concluding services and burial will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Sunset Hill Cemetery, Corning. O'Hair's Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. 
WILLIAMS, Harold Edward (I15081)
Harold Munchow
Harold Munchow, 79, Amherst, died at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Michael's Hospital, where he had been a patient for the past 14 days.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church, Amherst. The Rev. Lyndon Viel will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Amherst.

Friends may call from 4 p.m. Sunday until 11 a.m. Monday at the Jungers Funeral Home, Amherst. Visitation will also be held at the church before the services.

Mr. Munchow was born May 17, 1894, in Appleton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Munchow. He moved to Amherst in 1915 and operated a shoe repair shop. He later opened a shoe store and then retired in 1940.

His marriage to Bessie Wilson took place on June 1, 1918, in Astoria, Oregon.

Survivors include his wife and one brother, William, Chicago, Ill.
Mr. Munchow was preceded in death by four brothers.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Waupaca, the Tomorrow River Conservation Club and Selma Voigt Post No. 22, American Legion, Amherst.

Mr. Munchow was a World War I veteran. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on April 2, 1918, in Stevens Point, and was discharged as a corporal on Dec. 27, 1918.
MUNCHOW, Harold W. (I9096)
Harry L. Milberger, 85 of Carlton, formerly of Cloquet, died Monday, May 12, 2008 in St. Mary's Medical Center, Duluth. He was born in 1922, the son of Frank and Hannah Milberger. Harry graduated from Cloquet and then worked in the CCC Camps. He was a World War II veteran, serving from 1943 to 1946 as a medical technician in the 759th Hospital Ship Platoon. Harry married Gladys Moen on March 17, 1959 in Cloquet. He was employed by Northwest Paper/Potlatch Corporation for 43 years. Harry was a proud union member serving in many capacities for Local 97 Paper Workers and Local 939 Firemen and Oilers. He was a member of the Potlatch Quarter Century Club, Finlandia Beach Club and a 50+ year member of the Cloquet American Legion. Harry was a cribbage player and taught his grandchildren to play. He enjoyed watching softball and baseball, had a love of dogs, enjoyed debating politics with anyone, had a keen interest in current events and was known to enjoy a beer at the Legion. Harry loved the outdoors and spent a lot of time on his brother-in-law's farm in Esko. After his retirement, he especially enjoyed spending time with his brother, 'Shorty'. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Sandy Anderson on Aug. 19, 2001 and a brother, Gordon Milberger. Harry is survived by his wife of 49 years, Gladys of Carlton; his four children, Rick Moen, Linda Anderson and Jeff Milberger, all of Cloquet and Karl (Nicole) Milberger of Mahtowa; one brother, William 'Shorty' (Lorraine) of Cloquet; two sisters, Muriel Johnson of Barnum and Mary Warner of Cloquet; a sister-in-law, Mardelle Milberger of Carlton; a very special nephew, Denny Milberger; six grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and one great great grandson. VISITATION:4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 15, 2008 in the Fireside Room of Northland Funeral Home, 801 14th Street, Cloquet with Military Honors at 7 p.m. accorded by the Cloquet Combined Honor Guard. To sign the guestbook and leave an online tribute, see 
MILBERGER, Harry Laverne (I10746)
Haskell O. Pennington
Former Longmont resident Haskell O. Pennington died Thursday, Dec. 23, at Bonneville Care Center in SAlt Lake City, Utah. He was 59.
Mr. Pennington was born Sept. 14, 1918, in Oklahoma and spent his early life there. He later moved to Longmont where he lived for several years before leaving in the mid 1960's.
He was a World War II veteran and a retired construction worker.
Survivors include a son, Randy Pennington of Northglenn and a daughter, Mrs. Sherry Laber of Longmont. His wife, Minnie Pennington, died in 1961. There are also five grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Mountain View Cemetery with Ed McQueen conducting. 
PENNINGTON, Haskell O'Neal (I1639)
Helen M. Bell
WITT-- Helen M. Bell, 85, of Witt died at 7:20 a.m. Friday at Hillsboro Hospital.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Barbara's Church, Witt, with burial in St. Barbara's Cemetery.
Stiehl-Dawson Funeral Home, Witt, is in charge of arrangements.
Surviving are one son, Thomas of Witt; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mary Raasch of Janesville, Wis. 
PETERS, Helen M. (I424)
Helen Rose Ulfers, age 91, of Wibaux, Montana, formerly of Beach, North Dakota, died on Monday, January 28, 2008 at the Wibaux County Nursing Home in Wibaux.

A Vigil will be held at 7:00 P.M., Thursday, January 30, 2008 in the Chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Beach. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 A.M., Friday, February 1, 2008 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Beach with Rev. Fr. David Richter officiating. Rite of Committal will follow at St. John's Cemetery in Beach. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach is entrusted with arrangements.

Helen was born on January 7, 1917 on the family farm near Beach, North Dakota, a daughter of William C. and Christine (Otremba) Kippley. She received her early education in country schools south of Beach and graduated from Beach High School with the class of 1935.

Helen was married to Donald Leroy Ulfers in Wibaux, Montana on August 13, 1936. After their marriage they lived on the family farm north of Beach.

Helen was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Beach and St. Anne's Guild. She had worked at Clara's dress shop and was a 4-H leader. Helen enjoyed volunteering at the church and loved to help with Bingo at the Golden Valley Manor. She enjoyed embroidery, knitting, raising bum lambs as well as gardening and raising chickens.

Helen was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Donald; brothers, Werner, Frank, Albert and William Kippley Jr.; sisters, Olive Lechler, Clara Kippley and Ethel MacDougall and one great grandson, Angelo Ulfers; sons-in-law, Pat Kleppe, Jim Roth and Terry Gress.

Helen is survived by one son, James Ulfers and his wife Mary Anne of Beach; three daughters, Jeanne Roth of Napoleon, North Dakota, Judy Gress of Farmington, Minnesota and Jeanette Hayden and her husband Ross of Fairbanks, Alaska; one sister, Leona Nagel and her husband Richard of Beach, 13 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren; one sister-in-law, Ethel Kippley and one brother-in-law Dick MacDougall. 
KIPPLEY, Helen Rose (I2395)
Hollis Wilson, famed dog judge, dies
Wisconsin's first and only all-breed dog judge died unexpectedly Sunday, while returning home after judging shows in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Hollis Wilson, 76, Amherst, died after suffering an apparent heart attack early yesterday afternoon at O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Ill.

He had just finished judging contest in Charlotte, N.C. and Spartanburg, S.C.

Mr. WIlson owned and operated End O'Maine kennels in Amherst. He showed his first dog in competition when he was in high school and turned professional in 1920.

He worked as a professional handler for more than 40 years, retiring in 1962 to begin a career as a dog show judge. He was a member of the Professional Handlers Association.

Mr. Wilson was registered as No. 29 in the American Kennel Club, an organization that now numbers a membership of thousands. He was voted Dog Handler of the Year by his associates in 1957.

Another of his most cherished awards was being named a Kentucky colonel by the governor of that state.

Born April 21, 1897, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mr. Wilson was a lifelong resident of Amherst. HE was a graduate of the local high school and attended Lawrence College and the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee. He spent some of his time as a teacher.

Mr. Wilson worked as a telegrapher for the Soo Line Railroad in Amherst, before becoming a professional dog handler. He also raised several standard bred horses and entered them in local fairs, and had served as superintendent of the speed in the harness races at the Portage County Fair at Amherst.

He married Josephine Kurkowski on May 8, 1935.

Survivors include his wife; one sister, Mrs. O.F. (Pearle) Bilhorn, Amherst, and one nephew.

Mr. Wilson was a member of the Stevens Point Elks Club and Amherst's Selma Voigt Post No. 22, American Legion.

A World War I veteran, he served in the Army from August 1918 to May 1919.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jungers Funeral Home, Amherst. The Rev. Emmett Faber, St. James' Catholic Church of Amherst, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Amherst.

Friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, where an Elks ritual will be conducted at 7 p.m.

A memorial to the Stevens Point Area Health Foundation has been established in lieu of flowers. 
WILSON, Hollis D. (I3887)
Horrible Accident
Clarence Cowden, the six-year-old son of constable A. A. Cowden was dangerously hurt Tuesday morning by a runaway horse in the street near his home. A lady was driving the horse and had stopped to hitch it to a post, when the dog, belonging to the rig, jumped into the buggy upsetting a tin bucket, frightening the horse, knocking the lady down and running away. The little fellow did his best to get out of the way but the horse followed in his steps overtaking him and knocking him down, the shaft striking just below the left eye and the buggy passing over his head. Mr. Cowden reports that the little fellow is doing reasonably well considering his numerous bruises which may at any time prove fatal.

The lad is just six years old today.

Mrs. Cowden as well as the lady who was driving the horse, were prostrated at the sight. 
COWDEN, Clarence Harvey Sr. (I2894)
Howard J. Johnson, 65, Embarrass and Virginia, died Friday, Dec. 24, 1993, in his Virginia home. He was born in Two Harbors and grew up and attended school in Brimosn, Minn. He was an Army veteran and served as an air-sea rescue operator. He moved to Embarrass and Virginia in 1954. He worked for DM&IR Railway, Folley Brothers Construction and Erie Mining Company, retiring as a maintenance mechanic in 1978 after 21 years of service. He was a member of VFW Post 1539 of Babbitt, Masonic Lodge 264 A.F. & A. M., Virginia and Pratt Volden American Legion Post 239, Virginia. Three infant sons and two infant daughters died previously. Survivors includ his wife, Madelia "Mickey"; a daughter, Delores "Dolly" Week of Babbitt; two sisters, Agnes Elmstrand and Grace Elmstrand, both of North Branch, Minn.; a brother John Henry of Brimson; and two grandsons. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today and will continue from 10 until the 11 a.m. services Tuesday in Range Funeral Home, Virginia. Burial will be in Brimson Cemetery, Brimson. Military rites will be accorded by the Babbitt VFW Post 1539. 
JOHNSON, Howard Jerome Sr. (I94)
I, Augusta E. Boelter of Amboy in the county of Blue Earth and State of Minnesota, being of sound mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do therefore make, ordain, publish and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament.

First, I order and direct that my Executor hereinafter named, pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as soon after my decease as conveniently may be.
Second, after the payment of such funeral expenses and debts, I give, devise and bequeath to my daughter Hattie A. Allen of Amboy, Minnesota, all my real and personal property.
I am aware of the fact that I have other children, but in recognition of care and partial support I have received from my daughter Hattie A. Allen, I am making her my sole and only legatee.
Lastly, I make, constitute and appoint E. C. Wingen of Amboy, Minnesota to be Executor of this my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal the 4th day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-three.
(signed by Augusta Boelter)

Last Will and Testament of Augusta Boelter of Amboy, Minn.
Filed Dec. 7, 1951
Edna D. Jones
Clerk of Probate 
GRAF, Augustav Enstine (I5164)
Informaton on his SS5 (Social Security Application) Harry John Newton of Ontonagon, Michigan employed by Lake Superior Lumber Corporation of Ontonagon, Michigan age at last birthday 54 date of birth April 2 1882 at Burlingham, Michigan Father's name Jack Newton Mother's name Sarah Middlebrook male white signed 5 Dec 1936 by Harry Newton. 
NEWTON, Harry John Sr (I10)
Jackie Paris
Jackie Paris, 53 of Krum died Tuesday, May 1, 2007 at his residence. He was born February 6, 1954 in Iowa. He attended Krum Schools and graduated from Krum High School. He worked at the Krum High School and was the biggest Krum Bobcat basketball supporter ever. He received the Bobcat Fan of the Year Award.

Visitation will be Saturday, May 5, 2007 from 6 - 8 p.m. at DeBerry Funeral Directors. Funeral service will be sunday, May 6, 2007 at 2 p.m. at the chaapel of DeBerry Funeral Directors. Burial will follow at Bolivar Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bennie Enis, Troy Hamm, Brent Smithers, Kevin Vincent, Danny Reeves and Ken Dodd.

He is survived by his mother, Henrietta "Etta" Paris of Krum; half-brothers, Bob and Johnny of Iowa; cousin, Barbara Canady and husband Allen of Krum; and many, many friends.

Preceded in death by his father, Oscar Lee "Jake" Paris, in March 1994.
PARIS, Jackie Lee (I9641)
Jacquelin "Jackie" Simola, 75, Brimson, died Saturday, Nov. 18, 1995, in the Lake View Memorial Hospital in Two Harbors. She was born in Bismarck, N.D. She grew up in Bismarck and Duluth. She had lived in Brimson since the late 1930s. She is survived by her husband, William; a son, Terry of Iron; five daughters, Joan Radke of Elk River, Minn., Susan Radke of Hampton, Minn., Karen Simola and Bobbie Sheils, both of Brimson, and Debbie Carlson of Two Harbors; a brother, Elmer Swartz of Portland, Ore.; two sisters, Bernadette Wiita of Makinen, and Bertha Hanson of Sleepy Eye, Minn.; and seven grandchildren. Visitation will be from noon until the 1 p.m. services Wednesday in the Cavallin Funeral Home in Two Harbors. Burial will be in the Brimson Cemetery. 
SWARTZ, Alpha Jacquelin (I323)
James McKinney, 91, passed away at 2:20 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2004, in Lawrence County Manor, Mount Vernon.

James was born on Oct. 10, 1912, in Knox City, Missouri, to Rolla B. and Ona Bell (Hunter) McKinney.

He was a Marine Veteran of World War II. He lived in the Mount Vernon area the past 30 years after moving from Quincy, Illinois. He was a sales representative for a wholesale auto and hardware store. James was a member of the America Legion and First Christian Church both of Mount Vernon.

On Aug. 19, 1936, he was united in marriage with Mary Elizabeth Johnson in Kansas City, Missouri. She preceded him in death on Nov. 11, 1978.

On Nov. 8, 1980, he married Delores Miller in First Christian Church, Mount Vernon. She preceded him in death in August of 1999.

Additional survivors include one daughter, Jane Hager and husband, Andy, Mount Vernon; on step-son, Michael Garcia and wife Janice, Joplin; on step-daughter, Kathryn Lilley; one granddaughter, Susan Buonocore and husband, Gennaro, Beverly Hills, California; one sister, Ruth G. Warden Quincy, Illinois; two grandchildren Mathew and Aaron Garcia; two great-grandchildren, Adriana and Drew Buonocore.

Visitation, under the direction of Fossett-Mosher Funeral Home, Mount Vernon, will be Tuesday, May 18, from 6 to 7 p.m. with services to follow in the First Christion Church, Mount Vernon.

Burial will be Wednesday, May 19, in the maple Hills Cemetery in Kirksville, Missouri.

Mr. McKinney requested in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Jude's research Hospital in care of the funeral home.
MCKINNEY, James Hunter (I6998)
James Miller Dies After Heart Attack
James Freeman Miller, 66, died yesterday morning after suffering a heart attack at his home at 554 Laurel street, Oxnard.

Mr. Miller was a security police officer at the Port Hueneme naval base and had 16 days to complete 25 years of government service, at which time he planned to retire.

He was born April 3, 1887, in Winona, Minn. and was transferred to Port Hueneme from Honolulu two years ago. He was a veteran of World War I.

Survivors include his wife, Jeannette; one son, Richard, of Arlington, Va.; three daughters, Miss Nancy Miller, New York, N.Y., Mrs. Loren Radke, Finland, Minn., and Mrs. Margaret McAnaney, Salinas; two brothers, William and Victor, both of Winona; a sister, Mrs. R.A. Pooler, Denver; and seven grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Reardan Bros. mortuary in Oxnard.
MILLER, James Freeman (I795)
JANESVILLE - John G. Urbanowski, age 88, of Janesville, died on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at his home. He was born on Oct. 29, 1917, son of the late Henry and Mary (Templin) Urbanowski. He married Alice Schlimgen on Sept. 10, 1949. He is survived by three children, Sharon Urbanowski of McFarland, David (Chris) Urbanowski of Martinsville, Ind., and Dennis Urbanowski of Janesville. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006, at ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH, Janesville. Visitation will be on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the WHITCOMB-LYNCH-ALBRECHT FUNERAL HOME, Janesville, (608) 752-2444.
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URBANOWSKI, John George (I9501)
Jeanette E. Simola, 63, of Aurora, a former resident of Two Harbors, died Thursday in White Community Hospital in Aurora. She was born in Two Harbors and had lived in Aurora for the past 30 years. She worked for a time as a seamstress for Clute-Peabody Corp. in Eveleth and was an assembly technician for the Ramsgate Corp., also in Eveleth. she traveled though Africa and Central America with her husband in the 1960s. She wrote prose and poetry. She was past president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband, John E. of Aurora; a son, John E. Jr. of Monticello, Minn.; her mother, Susie Johnson of Duluth, three brothers, Parnell Johnson of Seattle, Earl "Hort" Johnson of Mesa, Ariz. and Clarence "Booksa" Johnson of Two Harbors; three sisters, Irene Nault of Grand Marais, Evelyn Dineen of Duluth and Margaret "Dolly" Oling of Two Harbors; and three grandchildren. Services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Two Harbors. Visitations will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today in Ziemer-Moeglein Funeral Home in Aurora, and from 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday in Svendsen-Johnson Funeral Home in Two Harbors.
JOHNSON, Jeanette Everalda (I343)
John E. Simola Sr., 77, of rural Aurora died Wednesday day, June 3, 1998, in the skilled nursing facility of White Community Hospital, Aurora, after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was born May 16, 1921, in Brimson, Minn., to Hjalmer and Edla (Tammi) Simola. He resided in Two Harbors for several years prior to moving to Aurora in 1954. He traveled the world as a heavy equipment mechanic working in Iceland, Liberia, East Africa, Somolia, Kenya and Turneffe Island Lodge in the Caribbean. His travels also took him to Spain, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Italy, France, and Holland. Locally he worked for the Iron Range Railroad in Two Harbors, Foley Brothers Construction in Hoyt Lakes, Woodrich Construction and Lamppa Construction.
He served in the Merchant Marines during World War II and was a member of the Masonic Lodge of Two Harbors and the former Moose Lodge of Aurora. He also served with the CC Caps during the 1930s. He married Jeanette E. Johnson on September 30, 1944. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Jeanette; and a twin brother at birth. He is survived by his son, John Simola Jr. of Monticello, Minn.; grandsons Erick, Jeff and Tim Simola, all of Monticello; brothers Wayne (Esther) and William "Bill", both of Brimson; sisters Vienno Walkama of Makinen, Esther Ellingsen of Two Harbors and Ruth (Harry) McKinney of Brimson; and a special friend, Ellen Sandstedt of Palo.
Visitation: 9:30 until the 10:30 a.m. funeral service Saturday in St. Mark's Luthern Church, Palo. Rev. John Reppe officiating. Graveside service at 2 p.m. Saturday in Two Harbors Cemetery. Military honors accorded by the Quayle-Schuster-Truman-Muhich American Legion Post of Aurora. Arrangements by Ziemer- Moeglein Shataye Funeral Home of Aurora. 
SIMOLA, John Erick (I46)
John Lyal VanSkiver
John Lyal VanSkiver, 85, Tucson, Ariz., a former Amherst area resident, died Monday in Arizona.

Services will be held in Tucson. Burial will be in Amherst. Jungers-Holly Funeral Home, Amherst, is in charge of local arrangements.

Mr. VanSkiver was born Sept. 22, 1896.

Survivors include nieces and nephews in this area. 
VANSKIVER, John Lyal (I3855)
John Van Hout, age 85 of Big Stone City, SD passed away February 12, 2010 at Northridge Residence in Ortonville.

Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday, February 15th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Charles Catholic Church in Big Stone City.

Father Daniel Wolfgram will officiate and burial will be in the St. Charles Cemetery.

Visitation will be Sunday at St. Charles Catholic Church beginning at 5 p.m. followed by a scripture and rosary service at 7 p.m. Visitation will continue at the church Monday morning, one hour prior to the Mass.

Honorary bearers will be: Tara (Knoll) Huebner, Valerie (Knoll) Zumwalt, Heather Vanorny, Jerianne Lindman, and Elly Williams. Casket bearers will be: Dylan Jost, Tyler Osmera, Kyle Osmera, Matt Williams, Brian Vanorny, Gary Knoll, Chris Williams, Curt Lindman, Gerald Osmera, and Randy Jost.

Military honors will be provided by the American Legion, Gertje-Van Lith Post # 229, Big Stone City, SD and V.F.W.Big Stone Lake Post #3964, Ortonville, MN.

John Alfred Van Hout was born April 15, 1924, in Grant County, SD. He was the son of John Edward and Ida Ella (Jurgens) Van Hout. He attended school in Big Stone City. He served in the United States Army in Germany during World War II. He was united in marriage on November 5, 1946, with Geraldine Kvidera in Ortonville, MN.

John was a life long resident of Big Stone City. He worked as a carpenter for Lundberg Construction. He was a member of St. Charles Catholic Church, a school board member and a member of the fire department. John was a lifetime member of both the American Legion and the V.F.W.

John Van Hout is survived by his wife, Geraldine of Big Stone City, SD; nine children: Mike Van Hout of Big Stone City, SD; Carol and husband Gary Knoll of Ortonville, MN; Dave Van Hout and Theresa Vanorny of Watertown, SD; Marion and husband Randy Jost of Custer, SD; Deb and husband Curt Lindman of Blaine, MN; Karen and husband Chris Williams of Winona, MN; Gary and wife Donna Van Hout of Big Stone City, SD; Charles Van Hout of Big Stone City, SD; and Monica and husband Gerald Osmera of Weston, NE; 13 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; one sister: Rosemary and husband Jerome Schmitt of Clark, SD.

Also surviving are brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Frank (Emily) Kvidera; Phyllis Schluter; Vin (Diane) Kvidera; Rich (Carolyn) Kvidera; Rita (Norris) Sabe; Pat (Joanne) Kvidera; Arlene Van Hout; Bev Van Hout; as well as nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives.

He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers: Elmer, Lloyd, and Jim. 
VAN HOUT, John Alfred (I7093)
JOHN VAUGHN, 78, Chehalis, died Tuesday, Oct. 6. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Twin Cities Senior Center, Chehalis.
The Chronicle, Centralia WA 
VAUGHN, John Arthur (I1345)
John Will Nicol, age 79, of Knox City, MO passed away Saturday, December 29, 2012, in the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital in Columbia, MO. He was born September 6, 1933, in Knox County, MO, the son of Howard M. and Nellie Leona Pulse Nicol. He was united in marriage to Judy Leigh Bachmann on March 17, 1963, at Knox City, MO. Surviving are his wife Judy Nicol of Knox City, MO, one son Joe Nicol and wife Lori of Kirksville, MO, a daughter Annette Smith and husband Ron of Mound City, MO, three grandchildren Randy Smith, Anna Nicol and Hunter Bender, two sisters, Mary Joy Sayres of Knox City, MO, and Judy Rolfe and husband Ernest of Windsor Ontario, Canada, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. John was preceded in death by his parents, one brother Charles Nicol and one sister Sandra Browning. John received his education at Brushy rural school, graduated from Knox City High School and Culver Stockton College at Canton, MO. John served his country in the United States Army from September 1953 to September 1955. Receiving the Good Conduct Medal and the Nation Defense Service Medal. John was engaged in farming in the Knox City area most of his life. John served as Knox City Mayor for several years. He was a member of the Knox City American Legion Post # 358 and had served as First District Commander. He was Past President of the Knox City Senior Housing Board. John was baptized at the Colony Baptist Church. He loved deer and turkey hunting, and spending time with his family and friends especially his grandchildren, nieces and nephews. One of his joys was being able take the Great River Honor Flight to Washington D.C. last October with his son Joe. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 2, 2013, at the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home in Edina, MO. Reverend Charles Sharpe will officiate the services. Burial will be in the Knox City Cemetery. Music will be provided by Brent Karhoff, soloist and Carol Hayes, organist. Musical selections will be "Peace In the Valley" and "Meet Me There". Casket bearers will be Greg Nicol, Michael Browning, David Browning, Jason Rolfe, Ronald Sayres, Earl Huber, Todd Goodwin and Larry Hubble. Honorary bearers will be Donnie Strange, Joe Myers, David Mitchell, David McCabe, Steve Heinberg and John David Huber. Visitation will be held Tuesday, January 1, 2012, with family receiving friends from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home in Edina, MO. Memorials in memory of John Will Nicol may be made to the Knox City American Legion Post # 358 or Knox City Cemetery. Memorials may be left at or mailed to Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1, Edina, MO 63537. On line condolences may be left at 
NICOL, John Will (I1684)
Johnson - Leota (Lee), age 72, of St. Paul, March 5. Preceded in death by parents, Roy & Florence McKinney; and brother Roy, Jr. Survived by husband, Robert F. of 50 years; daughters, Roberta (Bobbie) McLellan-Chevrette & husband Daniel, Barbara Hawkins & husband Craig; son, Donald & wife, Nancy; 7 grandchildren, Fran, Wade, Crystal, Chad, Brittany, Courtney and Lyndsey; 4 great-grandchildren, Brandon, Justin, Katelyn and Davyon; brother, Harry McKinney; sister, Mickey Johnson; sister-in-law, Gerry McKinney; also nieces, nephews, and many friends. Funeral Service 10am Saturday at ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME, 1401 Arcade St. (Hwy. 61). Interment Union Cemetery. Visitation 4-8pm Friday. 23 year member of Northwestern Al-Anon. Memorials preferred. Anderson Funeral Home 651-776-2761. 
MCKINNEY, Leota Adonna (I41)
Joseph Bealckus
Joseph Bealckus, 52, of 714 Fourth avenue, Moline, died at 7:30 o'clock this morning in Moline public hospital where he had been confined for 10 days.

Mr Bealckus was born March 14, 1890, and was employed by the International Harvester company. Mrs. Bealckus died Jan. 12, 1932.

The body was taken to Esterdahl mortuary. 
BEALCKUS, Joseph (I3180)
Joseph Peters Dead at Age 82
Joseph Peters, 82, resident of Rock county the past 68 years, died Tuesday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. Gajdosik, route 1. He had been ill since December.
Born in Poland, March 13, 1854. Mr. Peters was married to Magdalen Tamplin 60 years ago. Four years later they came to Rock county. Mrs. Peters and three sons preceded him in death.
He is survived by three sons, Mathew, South Dakota, Micheal, Charles City, Ia., and Andrew Peters, Birchwood; six daughters, Mmes. M. Kole and O. Olsen, Rockford, J. Bell and E. Freeh, Chicago, O. Raasch and J. Gajdosik, Janesville; and 31 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday in a funeral home at 33 South Main street and at 9:30 in St. Mary's church. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet cemetery. The rosary will be recited in the funeral home at 8 p.m. Wednesday. 
PETERS, Joseph Pietruszewski (I419)
Junior Harold McKinney, 95, the patriarch of the McKinney Dynasty, peacefully entered his eternal home at 5:55 p.m. Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the Keosauqua Health Care Center.Junior was born June 2, 1922 near Downing, Missouri in Scotland County the son of Oscar and Amanda (Paris) McKinney.Junior proudly served his country in World War II as a Ball Turret Gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress. He flew twenty-seven missions over Europe. Received five Bronze Stars, the Air Medal with four Oak Clusters and the Good Conduct Medal. He was a member of the Farmington American Legion.He farmed in Clark County, Missouri, and Johnson County Iowa. He worked construction building homes and apartments in Iowa City. Junior worked maintenance in his later years at the University of Iowa. He retired from Southeastern Community College in 1984. He and his wife enjoyed twenty years traveling, wintering in Texas and fishing in the summers.Junior was met at the Pearly Gates by his parents, three brothers, daughter-in-law: Linda, son-in-law: Mike and precious angel granddaughter: Jessica. 
MCKINNEY, Junior Harold (I1047)
KOTCHEVAR ALBIN November 14, 2013, age 91. Beloved husband of the late Rose. Dear father of Rose Ann (Micheal) McHugh, the late Joseph and Jeanne (Scott) Fuller. Cherished grandfather of Anthony (Katie), Alison (Rob), Melissa, Brian and Rachael. Also survived by three great-grandchildren Albin, Colin and Carli. Predeceased by siblings Anton, Frances Priyatel and Joseph. Albin was born in Ely, Minnesota and served his country proudly in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Resting at the L.J. Griffin Funeral Home, 7707 Middlebelt Rd. (S. of Ann Arbor Trail) Sunday 3-9 p.m. Prayer Service at 7 p.m. In state Monday 10:30 a.m., St. Regis Catholic Church, 3695 Lincoln Dr., Bloomfield Hills (N. of 14 Mile Rd., E. of Lahser) until time of Mass at 11 a.m. Share a "Memorial Tribute" with the family at Death Notices (accessed 14 May 2015) 
KOTCHEVAR, Albin (I5250)
Krantz, Ruth Susan
(Martin, Kehne, Pikal) Ruth was born 3/8/1934 to James and Anna (Penner) Martin in Richards, Iowa. She walked since childhood with her Lord until her death in Bloomington on 10/21/2011 at age 77. Ruth was eight when her mother died and the children were scattered. Ruth was adopted by the William Kehne family of St. Paul. She became a Registered Nurse in the program of Mounds Midway Hospital and Hamline College in 1952. She married William J. "Bill" Pikal, Jr. in 1960 and with him raised four children. She searched for, found and reunited her siblings. After the death of Bill, Ruth married Gordon Krantz in 1995, and he brought four additional adult children to Ruth's family. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, an infant sister Mary Ann Martin, brothers Alvin Martin and Floyd Martin and grandson Lovell Pikal. She is survived by her husband, Gordon Krantz; children, David (Terry) Pikal, Steven (Cheryl) Pikal, Thomas (Nancy) Pikal, Susan Pikal (Gary) Simpson, Eileen Krantz (Rick) Parfrey, Douglas (Patricia) Krantz, Donald (Patricia) Krantz and Kathleen (Tom) KrantzVictor, and by siblings, Lillian Snider, Arlene Swanson, Iva (Raymond) Nelson, Mary (Byron) Harrison, Miriam (Bryan) Anderson, Benjamin (Flora) Watson, Allen (Kathryn) Lindholm and Glenn (Phyllis) Martin. In addition are 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Ruth's interests were her Savior, her family and people. After retirement she traveled widely. Her favorite trip was as a volunteer on an archaeological dig in the debris of the Temple destruction in Jerusalem. She was a faithful member of her churches over the years. Ruth was noted for her smile. Service Monday 11:00 AM, Hope Church, 7132 Portland Av S, Richfield,, visitation one hour prior. Burial in Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Hope Church of Richfield, Wycliffe Bible Translators or New Tribes Missions. Albin Chapel 952-914-9410
Star Tribune: Newspaper of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, MN) - Sunday, October 23, 2011 
MARTIN, Ruth Susan (I10718)
Large Dinner Party Given On Herman Ehler's Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ehlers wee hosts to friends and relatives at the Richmaid Sky Room on Oct. 4 in celebration of their silver wedding anniversary.

The Ehlers were married in Lodi in St. Peter's Lutheran Church by the Rev. A. H. Wessling, who is now professor at the Lutheran Concordia College of Oakland.

Mrs. Ehlers received her guests in a lace dress with a white orchid pinned to her shoulder.

Marlene Ehlers daughter of the honorees, was in charge of the guest book. In charge of the gifts were the Ehlers' oldest son and his wife and their other two sons seated guests.

For the chicken raviola dinner, the main dining table was covered with a lace cloth, and centered with a big bouquet of pastel shade carnations. On either side of the bouquet were pictures taken of the bridal party 25 years ago.

The pastor, Rev. A.H. Wessling, and Mrs. Wessling were present at the gathering, as were all the attendants of the wedding. The matron of honor was Mrs. A. M. Erpenstein of Millbrow, bridesmaids, Mrs. Arnold Zielske of Sacramento and Mrs. Fred Sousa of Stockton. The flower girl is now Mrs. Ray Preszler of Lodi.

The dinner was served by a number of young classmates of their daughter, Marlene. 
Family F3456
Last Rites Held For Charles Graf Tuesday Afternoon
Rev. H. Heinemann conducted funeral services at the home at two o'clock and at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at two-thirty Tuesday afternoon, May 30, for Charles Graf, one of Truman's respected citizens. His body was laid to rest in the Lutheran cemetery north of Truman. Pallbearers were: Walter Radke, Erlin Else, Delphin Sosinski, Harold Sosinski, Harry Graf, and Rudolph Graf.
Charles Graf passed away early Saturday morning after an illness of several years. He was born November 25, 1865 in Grabowo, Province of Posen, Germany. Here he was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He came to America in 1882 with his parents and lived in Blue Earth county with them until his marriage to Miss Helen Boelter in 1900. He and his wife settled on what is now the Wilkening farm east of Truman. They lived there until 1917 when they moved to the villagte where they have since resided.
Mr. Graf is survived by his wife, two brothers, William Graf of Lewisville and Otto Graf of Fairmont, and three sisters, Mrs. Augusta Boelter of Amboy, Mrs. August Urban of Antrim, and Mrs. Wm. Budean of St. Peter.
Out of town relatives here for the funeral were: Mrms Block of Winona, Mrms Harold Knutson and Jackie of Deerwood, Harold Sosinski of Webster City, Iowa, Mrms Delphin Sosinski of Mitchell, S. D. and Mrms Lewis Mau and Ida Else of Fairmont.
GRAF, Charles August (I2854)
Lenora Watson
Lenora Watson, age 92 of Knox City, Missouri, passed away Monday (April 11, 2005) at the Northeast Regional Medical Center at Kirksville, Missouri.

Lenora was born in Knox County on April 4, 1913, a daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Sylvia Ellen (Goodwin) Norton.

On October 22, 1930, she was united in marriage to Frank Watson and he preceded her in death on September 6, 1968. Her parents and two brothers, Johnnie and Robert Norton also preceded her in death.

She is survived by two daughters, Betty Lou Miller and Helen Lois Hayes of Knox City, Missouri, one son, James Francis Watson of Macon, Missouri and Leonard Mauck of Bolivar, Missouri who was raised in the home. She is also survived by seven grandchildren, Steven Miller and his wife, Eileen of Knox City, Missouri, Devonna Miller of Marblehead, Illinois, Nancy Stice and her husband, Larry of Lewistown, Missouri, Mike Hayes and his wife, Angie of Knox City, Missouri, Kirk Watson and friend, Sherri of Macon, Missouri, Kent Watson and his wife, Shelly of Quincy, Illinois and Shanna Jo Watson and Fiance` of Arlington, Texas; a sister-in-law, Vada Norton of Knox City; eleven great-grandchildren, Lance,Nikki, Ashley, Devin, Alex, Shaylee, Kiley, Kale, Bill, Russ and Chad; and five great-great-grandchildren, Haleigh, Sidney, Brianna, Braydon and Jenna.

Mrs. Watson was a life long resident of Knox County. She had been employed by the telephone company, a clerk in the Northcutt Grocery, and the Bill Hayes Grocery and for thirty-five years she was employed at the C&R Supermarket at Edina, Missouri.

Lenora enjoyed working with people and spending time with her family and especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She enjoyed reading Danielle Steele books and working with her flowers, especially her hibiscus.

She was a member of the Knox City Baptist Church.

Burial will be in the Knox City Cemetery, Knox City, Missouri.

Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home, Edina, Missouri 
NORTON, Lenora (I1977)
Leona Johnson

Leona S. Johnson, 94

St. Cloud

Aug. 6, 1920-Nov. 17, 2014

Mass of Christian Burial will be 11:00AM Friday, November 21, 2014 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in St. Cloud for Leona Johnson, 94 of St. Cloud who passed away Monday at the Hilltop Care Center in Watkins. The Rev. Tim Gapinski will officiate. Private burial will be at a later date at the Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery near Little Falls. Friends and relatives may call from 10-11AM on Friday at the church in St. Cloud. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Williams Dingmann Family Funeral Home in St. Cloud.

Leona was born in Pierz to Mathew & Mary (Otremba) Schnurrer. She married Robert "Mainey" Johnson on June 18, 1946 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Sleepy Eye. Prior to moving to St. Cloud Leona and Robert lived in Morgan and Sauk Centre. Leona retired from Walgreen's Drug Store. She is a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church in St. Cloud, Waite Park American Legion Post #428 Auxiliary, St. Cloud VFW Post # 428 Auxiliary, 40 and 8 and the Cooties. She volunteered at the St. Cloud VA Medical Center. Leona loved being around family and friends. She enjoyed going out dancing with Mainey. She was an absolute wonderful cook and baker as well as being a clean and organized homemaker.

Survivors include her husband Robert of St. Cloud; daughter, Janet (Dan Hinrichs) Johnson of Maple Lake; grandson, Scott Johnson, great grandchildren, Christian and Olivia.

She was preceded in death by her parents, 5 sisters and 4 brothers.

Memorials are preferred. 
SCHNURRER, Leona Sophia (I367)
Lewis C. Wallen

Lewis Calvin Wallen of Palm Desert died March 6 in Coachella. He was 64 years old.

Survivors include his wife, Doris Wallen of Palm Desert; two daughters, Pamela Katherine McCrerry of Tracy and Nancy Carol Wallen of El Cajon; one son, Michael Lewis Wallen of Indio; one sister, Billie Brown of Salinas; one brother, Jay Wallen of Arnold, and one grandson, Brandon of Madera.

The Rev. Bussart of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Indio, conducted services March 11 at the FitzHenry Funeral Home Chapel.

Internment was private. 
WALLEN, Lewis Calvin (I10289)
Lillian May Snider
Lillian May Snider, 85, of Albemarle, NC, formerly of Grand Rapids, MN died Saturday, December 28, 2013 at Bethany Woods Nursing Home in Albemarle, NC.

Lillian was born in 1927 to James and Anna Martin in Christiania, MN. On August 17, 1946, she was married to Richard Snider in Watertown, South Dakota and they made their home in Minneapolis. They moved to the Bigfork/Effie area in the 1960's and to the Grand Rapids area in 2006. Following Richard's passing in 2010, Lillian moved to Charlotte, NC.

Preceding her in death were her parents; husband, Richard; siblings, Mary Ann Martin, Alvin Martin, Floyd Martin and Ruth Krantz.

She is survived by six children, John (Donna) Snider, Janet (Scott) Mehrman, James (Janet) Snider, Joe Snider, Jeff (Cathie) Snider, and Jeanne (Ken) Keim; seven siblings, Arlene Swanson, Iva (Ray) Nelson, Mary (Byron) Harrison, Ben (Flora) Watson, Allen (Kathy) Lindholm, Miriam (Bryan) Anderson, and Glenn (Phyllis) Martin; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and friends.

Visitation will be Friday, January 3, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until the 11:00 a.m. Funeral Service at Rowe Funeral Home in Grand Rapids, MN. Rev. Tim Graf will officiate. Burial will be in the Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery in Little Falls, Minnesota.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Northland Bible Baptist Church, or the American Cancer Society.

To sign the online guestbook or send condolences visit
Grand Rapids Herald-Review (MN) - Monday, December 30, 2013 
MARTIN, Lillian May (I10713)
(4/24/1951 - 11/14/2010)

Lloyd "Craig" Mauck, age 59, of Edina Missouri, passed away Sunday, November 14, 2010, at his home in Edina.

He was born April 24, 1951, in Kirksville, Missouri, the son of Lloyd J. "Tweed" and Beulah Mae Walter Mauck.

He is survived by his mother, Beulah Turpin and husband Russell of Edina, Missouri; four children: John Morton and wife Jana of Edina, Missouri; Michella Hull and husband Ken of Memphis, Missouri; Jamie Mauck and wife Amy of St. Peters, Missouri; Kloe Dawn Mauck of Knox City, Missouri; six grandchildren: Brady Morton, Tanner Morton, Jacob Hull, Justin Hull, Nathan Mauck and Matthew Mauck; four sisters: Judy Hamlin and husband Harley of Edina, Missouri, Patty Klocke and husband Larry of Edina, Missouri, Billie Lou Johnson and husband Phil of Griggsville, Illinois, and Eileen Miller and husband Steven "Dober" of Knox City, Missouri, in addition to several nieces, nephews and cousins. Craig was preceded in death by his father and several aunts and uncles.

Craig was a lifelong resident of Knox County, Missouri where he graduated from Knox County High School. Over the years he was engaged in farming and had various jobs in the community before beginning a 27-year career with Mark Twain Telephone Company of Hurdland, Missouri. He was a member of the Locust Hill Community Church.

Craig enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and finding morel mushrooms. He loved spending time with family and friends. Craig was very proud of his six grandsons who he lovingly referred to as his "six-pack".

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, November 18, 2010, at the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home in Edina, Missouri. Reverend Sam Smith will officiate the services.

Musical selections will be "When I Get Where I'm Going", "A Living Prayer", "That's My Job", and "Go Rest High On That Mountain".

Burial will be in Park View Memorial Gardens in Kirksville, Missouri.

Casket bearers will be Harley Hamlin, Steven Miller, Larry Klocke, Phil Johnson, Rick Lawson, Mike Peavler, Larry Lumley and Robbie Lumley.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, November 17, 2010, after 4:00 p.m. with the family receiving friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home in Edina, Missouri.

Memorials in memory of Lloyd "Craig" Mauck may be made to Northeast Missouri Hospice. Memorials may be left at or mailed to Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1, Edina, Missouri, 63537. 
MAUCK, Lloyd Craig (I1999)
Lt. Donald Holland Given Purple Heart

Lt. Donald C. Holland, who was wounded in action in Italy Nov. 29, has been awarded the Purple Heart. The medal was received Tuesday by his wife, who lives at 407 Eighth street SE.

Lt. Holland, a former member of the Iowa national guard, is in the Thirty-fourth division. He has been in service for three years and overseas for two years. He was awarded his commission for meritorious service in the African campaign.

He is now hospitalized in Italy. A brother, Sgt. Dale Holland, also is stationed in Italy.
HOLLAND, Donald Clifford (I976)
Luke Davis, aged Grant Township resident died at the home of his daughter. The funeral was held at the home of his daughter Mrs Fred Skyles in Grant township, this county on Dec 30, 1911 by Rev. Harris of the Ames Christian Church. Interment was made in the Ames Cemetery. Luke was born in Boone Co, Ind. in the year 1832 and was in this 79th year at his death. He was married to Ann Stuart, who died about 6 years ago. With his wife they united with the Christian Church the same year of which he was still a member. They moved to IA by wagon and settled near Toledo in the year 1865 and from there to Story Co. in 1898, where they resided until his death. There were 12 children, one son died in infancy. Those living in Story Co are Thomas of Toledo, James W., Daniel B., Jessie, and Elwood of Story, Mrs. Mary Bidwell of Tama Co., Mrs Nor Skiles, Mrs. Maud Mattingly, Ira Davis, Miss Gertrude Davis of Story Co., and Mrs Ida Smith of Marshall Co. This was the first time the children were all together. He leaves one brother Dave Davis of Mystic, a large number of grandchildren and great grandchildren to mourn his loss. 
DAVIS, Luke Clarence (I12443)

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