Saturday, July 31, 2010

Memorial Card - Hoglund

In Memory Of


July 2, 1897

Passed Away
July 24, 1957

Services At
The Little Chapel of the Chimes
July 27, 1957 11:00a.m.

Rev. W. H. Batterman, Officiating

Germaine Webster, Organist

Selections By
Arloine Webster, Sololist
Beyond The Sunset
Peace In The Valley

Final Resting Place
Riverview Abbey
Vault Entombment

Joe Lundquist Geo. Sandstrom
E.J.Anderson Ray Viden
Art Nelson Jim Monley

Left side is the 23 Psalm

Friday, July 30, 2010

Headstone - Mello

Located Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hayward, California.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Headstone - Chaverri, Benavides

Located in Heredia, Costa Rica, A.C.

Obituary - Hagerman

The name of the newspaper nor the date were listed with this article

Former Wing River Boy Dies on Iwo Jima

Wing River - Dwaine Hagerman, 22, United States Marine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Asher Hagerman of Flint, Mich., died from wounds received in battle on Iwo Jima according to word received by relatives here.

Dwaine was born in Wisconsin and later lived for several years with his parents at Wing River. The family then moved to Southern Minnesota and then to Flnit, Mich., where he entered the service.

A brother Darrell is serving in the Infantry. Two brothers and two sisters survive. Dwaine was a grandson of Mrs. Clara Hagerman and a nephew of Clarence and Percy Hagerman of Wing River.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Headstone - Bigger

Mary Porter Baggett Bigger Jan. 11, 1920 Sept. 18, 2001. DAR emblem attached to headstone. Located in Elmwood Cenetery, Springfield Co., Tenn.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Headstone - Nidole

Frederick Nidole
May 17, 1849
Nov. 6, 1894
Native of Maine

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Memorial Card - Trost

In Loving Memory Of

At Rest
Jan. 30, 1976

Funeral Services

Bethel Baptist Church
Concord, California

February 4, 1976 at 2:00 p.m.

Rev. Paul Jones

Memory Gardens Cemetery
Concord, California

Psalm 121 in the inside left of card.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Headstone - Maynor

to the memory of
Nancy Maynor
born 17th of Novb'
departed this life
on the 28th of May

Located in City Cemetery, Nashville, Tenn.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Obituary - Fell

[The name of a newspaper nor the date were listed with this obituary]

Funeral Services Held for Blue Grass Pioneer

Kathryn Fell, pioneer resident
of Blue Grass, passed away Octo-
ber 16 at the St. Mary's hospital
in the Detroit Lakes, where she had
been a patient for three weeks.
She had been ill for three months
and was confined to the St. John's
hospital at Fargo before being re-
moved to Detroit Lakes.
She was born in Germany May
20, 1856 and came to America in
1874 to Wisconsin where she was
married to Nick Fell. Soon after
their marriage they came to Blue
Grass to homestead.
She was the mother of ten child-
ren, six of them with her hus-
band preceded her in death. Sur-
viving are: a son, William Fell of
Arago, with whom she had made
her home the last few years,
three daughters, Mrs. Joe Pickar
and Mrs. George Kallman of Se-
beka and Mrs. Clarence Thomas of
Hansboro, N. D., 23 grandchildren
and 17 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Fri-
day morning at 9:30 o'clock at St.
Ann's church with Monsignor A.
Plachta officiating and burial was
in the Wadena cemetery. Pallbear-
ers were: Anton Horstmann, F.
William Johnson, Herman Rohr,
John Rohr, William Robin and
Mike Bittner.
Those who came from a distance
to attend the services were: Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Fell, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Fell and Henry Fell or Arago,
Mrs. John Wohlsdorf of Detroit
Lakes and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Pollock of Park Rapids.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Headstone - Shearef

M. K. Shearef. Born in Hamilton Co., Ohio, April 20, 1818, Died Nov. 3, 1865.

Located in an unnamed cemetery in Diamond Springs, California. A neighbor across the street from this cemetery stated it may be called "Odd Fellows Cemetery" or "Diamond Springs Cemetery." A few blocks from where this is located there is another cemetery named "Odd Fellows Cemetery, Diamond Springs." The neighbor stated the two cemeteries are affiliated with each other. She also stated that this particular "unnamed cemetery" originally buried Chinese immigrant mine workers. These cemeteries are located off Pleasant Valley Road, close to China Garden Road.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Headstone - Jones

Martin M. Jones 1860-1937. Location - Elmwood Cemetery, Springfield, Tenn.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Headstone - Stuckslager

J. R. Stuckslager, DIED Augt. 6, 1883, Aged 55 Years 9 Mos. & 23 Days.

This headstone is located in Coloma Pioneer Cemetery, Coloma, California. Digital photo was taken 6/25/2010.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Obituary - Hess

[The name of the newspaper nor a date were listed with this obituary]

The newspaper this was published in is unknown. Death year was 1971, Place: Wadena, Mn.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Headstone - Kirk

First Lady Schoolteacher, Mrs. Pamelia A. Kirk. Born in Virginia. Died in Nashville, Tenn.,
Nov. 6, 1860, at the age of 80.

Located: City Cemetery, Nashville, Tenn.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Headstone - Fabini

Headstone located in Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, California


Richard 1885-1939
Martha E. 1884-1938

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Headstone - Blom, Larson

Headstone located in the Rowlands, Pa. Cemetery. This headstone is-

Steve Blom - 1894-1960
and wife
Anna Larson - 1896- 1978

Monday, July 12, 2010

Obituary - Larson

[There isn't a date, or a newspaper name for this published obituary. Bluegrass is in Minn.]

Fatally Stricken As She Prepares Sister's Wedding

Young Leaf River Mother Leaves Two Children, Husband

While helping her family pre-
pare for her sister's wedding,
Mrs. Theodore Larson, 29-year-
old resident of Leaf River town-
ship, became suddenly ill Thurs-
day afternoon and though rushed
to Wesley hospital she died a
few hours later from cerebral
Funeral services were held at
2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
the Trinity Lutheran church at
Sebeka. Rev. J. Alfred Olson,
pastor of the church and Rev. O.
J. Haukeness of the Lutheran
Free Church at Bluegrass offici-

Memorial Card - Rice

In Memory of
George R. Rice
Born in
Montevideo, Minnesota

July 1, 1892
Passed away
December 25, 1983
At the age of
91 years, 5 months, 24 days
Services from
Folkestad-Lepper Funeral Chapel
Wednesday, December 28, 1983, 4:00PM
Clergyman Officiating
Rev. Stanley Propp
Wadena United Methodist Church
Mrs. Eugene Allen
Preceded in Death by
Wife, Carolyn; 2 Brothers, John and Elmer; 1 Sister Mrs.
Maude Johnson
Survived by
Daughters, Mrs. Francis Johnson, and Mrs. Howard (Billie)
Eckhardt; Sister, Mrs. Ada DeGroff; Nephew, Mr. James Rice;
Niece, Mrs. Dick (Nancy) Clark, 2 grandchildren, William and
David Eckhardt, one Great-Grandchild, Sara Eckhardt.
Spring Interment
Wadena Cemetery
Memorials will be given to Shady Lanes Nursing Home.

Handwritten inside on the top right side of the card is:

"I was to the funeral I went with Otto and Ellen, a small funeral"

This may have been written by Olga (Westby) Jordahl.

On the left inside of the card The Twenty Third Psalm is printed.

On the back of the card is printed the information of the Lepper-Folkstad Funeral Home.

Memorial Card - Karl

In Memory of
January 4, 1898
Entered into rest
August 29, 1977
Tuesday - August 28, 1977
2:00 p.m.
St. John's Catholic Church
Fr. Walter Skoceylas
Alter Boys
Tom Beckerleg Trig Karl
Pat McFarren Shawn Karl
Ronnie Beckerleg Todd Karl
Honorary Bearers
William Nauber Harry Bettsen
Dennis Mondor Clarence Boom
Les Severtson Jack Lengel Jack Starry
Darryl Beckerleg Tim Beckerleg
Gary Beckerleg Curt Beckerleg
Randy McFarren Danny McFarren
Akeley Cemetery
Jones Funeral Home
Park Rapids, Minnesota

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Obituary - Schubert

[Copied as printed in the article, which has no date or newspaper name it which it was published]

Richard J. Schubert

Richard J. Schubert, 80, of
Nevis died Nov. 17, at the
Veteran's Hospital in Fargo.
He was born February 17 1893
at Albany, Minn., to Herman and
Anne Schubert, atteinded school
at Two Inlets and at the Dun-
woody Institute, Minneapolis,
and married Violet Hanson at
Wadena on January 15, 1927.
During World War 1, Mr.
Schubert served as a corporal
with Co. M, 324th Infantry.
Employed as a tool and die
maker and carpenter, he lived in
Flint, Mich., from 1925-35, in
Park Rapids from 1935-40, and in
Minneapolis from 1940-46 when he
moved to Nevis where he lived
Mr. Schubert was a member of
Bethany Lutheran Church and
American Legion Post No. 532,
Nevis, the VFW, Nevis Senior
Citizens and Disabled American
He was preceded in death by
his parents, two sisters and a
brother. Surviving are a
daughter, Mrs. Milton (Beverly)
Boe of Luverne, Calif.; two sons,
Dr. Harold R. Schubert of Park
Rapids and Donald G Schubert
of St. Paul; four sisters, Mrs.
William Becker of Washington,
Mrs. Ed Becker of Park Rapids,
Mrs. Ann Warhol of Minneapolis
and Mrs. Doris Ostby of Min-
neapolis; two brothers, Ed of
Park Rapids and Herman of
Sebeka; nine grandchildren and
one great-grandson.
Funeral services were at 3
p.m., Nov. 21 at Bethany
Lutheran Church in Nevis with
the Rev. Robert L. Dahl of-
Music provided was "What a
Friend We Have in Jesus" and
"In times Like These We Need A
Pallbearers were members of
the Nevis Legion Post and
honorary pallbearers were WW1
veterans of the Post.
Interment was in Greenwood
Cemetery, Park Rapids.

Memorial Card - Bounds

In Memory of
Clark Bounds

Born May 24, 1907

Entered into Rest
May 6, 1972
Castro Valley, California

Sorensen Bros. Chapel
Hayward, California
May 9, 1972 at 11:00 a.m.

Rev. Shelley W. McSwain
First Baptist Church of Newark

Robert Vanier

Hazel Wilson

Chapel of the Chimes
Hayward, California

The left side of the card The Lord is my Shepard is printed. On the back is this appreciation:

On behalf of the family, we wish to express
their gratitude for your many kindnesses evi-
denced in thought and deed, and for your
attendance at the Memorial Service.

Sorensen Brothers

Funeral Directors
Hayward, California

Obituary - Holman

[This may have printed in the Wadena Pioneer Journal abt 1957]

Andrew Holman

Andrew Holman, 87, an old time
resident of Wadena county, died at
the Shady Lane Rest Home last
Sunday, the immediate cause of
death being cancer. Funeral Ser-
vices were held Tuesday afternoon
at the Folkestad Funeral Home,
Rev. Manlove officiating, and in-
terment was made in the West Ly-
ons cemetery.

Mr. Holman was born May 29,
1870, in Norway to John and Ger-
trude Holman and farmed for a
great many years here. He was
united in marriage with Miss Nina
Torgeson at Dalton, Minn., June
29, 1893, she having preceded him
in death.

Surviving sons and daughters
are: John, Wheelock, N. D.; Ole
and Ted, both of Verndale; Mrs.
Hulda Buckley, Wadena; Mrs. An-
drew Schimpp, Staples; Mrs. Fritz
Hindahl, Staples, and Mrs. Frank
Marshall, Norfolk, Neb.

Memorial Card - Kautz

Memorial Record for
Relatives and Friends of

Albert Herman Kautz

December 5, 1887

Entered into rest
January 9, 1963

Funeral Services at
Bethany Lutheran Church
Bluegrass, Minn.

Date of Service
Saturday, January 12, 1963
2:00 p.m.

Rev. Olaf Cartford

Laid To Rest
Wadena Cemetery
Wadena, Minn.

The 23rd psalm is printed on the left, inside this memorial card.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Obituary - Kern

[The name of the newspaper nor a date were listed with this obituary.]

Anton Kern

Funeral services were held at St. Hubert's church at Blue Grass Friday for Anton Kern, Sr., prominent farmer, saw-mill and threshing machine operator since 1880, who died Tuesday at his home. Rev. Van Rooey officiated. Six of his grandchildren were pall-bearers--Clement, Edward, Jerome, Ernest, Herman, and Martin Kern.

Mr. Kern is survived by his invalid wife and thirteen children, all of whom were present at the funeral except three daughters who are Notre Dame Sisters--Sr. M. Ermelinda (Tracy), Sr., M. Antona Martha and Sr, M. Herman Joseph (Lillie). Relatives coming for the service were S.M. Georgia of Moorhead, Mr. and Mrs. John Scheurer and Mrs. Anna Scheurer and Mrs. Clem Scheurer of Mankato; Mrs. Will Koenig of Long Prairie and Mrs. John Kern of Corpus Christie, Texas, and Rev. Joe Snysers, of Onamia, a former pastor.

He was born in Germany and came to America with his parents at the age of 9, living first at Oskosh, Wis., and later at Mankato. In 1879 he came to Wadena. In 1880 he married Catherine Scheurer of Mankato and they settled on the farm in Blue Grass now owned by his son, Simon.

He and his two brothers established a sawmill and retail lumber business in 1883 which was operated under the name Kern Bros. until 23 years ago when Anton Kern retired. He was also one of the first steam powered threshing machine operators in the country, which enterprise is now continued by his sons Adam, Frank and Simon.

He was a life-long members of the Catholic church and a member of the Holy Name Society.

Memorial Card - Marshall

In Memory Of
Robert L. Marshall
June 16, 1981
Entered Into Rest
October 18, 1971
Thursday October 21, 1971
2:00 p.m.
First Baptist Church
Pastor Ray Lindholm
Mrs. Russell Carter
Mr. Russell Carter
'The Old Rugged Cross'
'How Great Thou Art'
Charles Lord Donald Zeller
Donald Fern Dr. Vern Schuckhart
Dale Pike Russell Wilcox
Blue Grass Cemetery
Jones Funeral Home
Park Rapids, Minnesota

John 3:16 posted on the left inside of card

Back of the card states
"Will those driving in the procession kindly turn on headlights for safety."

On behalf of the family, we wish to express
their gratitude for your kindnesses
evidenced in thought and deed, and for
your attendance at this service.

Memorial Card - Westin

In Memory Of
Jonas August Westin
December 3, 1884 ~ July 9, 1959
Services July 11, 1959
11:00 A.M.

Salas Brothers
Funeral Home

Rev. R.E. Segerhammar, Officating
Richard Ryder, Vocalist
Bernice Smith, Organist


Eric Bystrom Henry Perkins
H.E. Bystrom Birger Wickstrom
Burt Ravizza Ted Linden

Interment: Masonic Temple

The 23rd psalm is printed on the left side of this card.