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.