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Funeral services were at 11 a. Reverend Keith Ainsley officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mabel was born on Sept. She grew up on the family farm near South Haven where she attended public school. She later continued her education at the St. Cloud Business College. On Sept. Mabel was a member of Nordland Lutheran Church where she was an active member, teaching Sunday and Bible school, serving on several committees in N.
She was a member of the Union Grove Farmers Union, where she worked with the youth and served as secretary and treasurer for 27 years. Club, and Paynesville Senior Citizens. Mabel is survived by her husband, Seymour; one son, Lloyd "Bud" Thompson of Paynesville; one daughter, Lorraine Olean of Rochester; one sister, Selma Swanson of Annandale; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 11 a. Ric Koehn officiated. En-tombment was in the St. Louis Catholic Mausoleum. Eva was born on Sept.
She was baptized and confirmed in the Christian faith. As a young child she moved to the Morgan area where she attended grade school and high school, graduating in the class of She continued her education at the Minnesota Business School, graduating in and beauty school in Peoria, Illinois, graduating in On Aug.
Whitcomb in Morgan. They made their home in Morgan where Eva worked as a homemaker and as the postmaster for three years while Charles served his country during World War II. In , they moved to the Paynesville area. Eva was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Paynesville, where she was active in the quilting circle.
Among the things she enjoyed were crocheting, playing cards, bird watching, and cooking. She was preceded in death by a granddaughter; brother, Roy Bickhardt; sister, Esther Trotter; and her parents. Alvin L. Helmuth Alvin L.
Helmuth, 86, of rural Paynesville, died Tuesday morning, June 24, , at the home of his daughter, Laura, and husband, Abe Yoder. Funeral services were at 10 a. Saturday, June 28, at the Paynesville Evangelical Church. Burial was in Burr Oak Cemetery. He grew up on the family farm in Hutchinson and attended Poplar Grade School. On Feb. They then moved to Grove City in where they farmed and started the Believers Fellowship Mennonite Church where Alvin served as a minister. Alvin was preceded in death by wife, Mary; one grandson; parents; three brothers; and three sisters.
Josephine Welle Josephine A. Louis Catholic Church in Paynesville. Burial took place in the Parish Cemetery. Josie was born Dec. She married Clarence Welle on Aug. Boniface Catholic Church in Melrose. They moved to Paynesville in , where they resided the rest of their lives. She was a member of St. Preceding her in death were her parents, husband, two sisters, and one brother. Esther was born on Feb. She was the daughter of Martin and Annie Johnson Everson. She was baptized as an infant on April 23, , and later was confirmed in her faith at Nordland Lutheran Church in Irving Township, Minn.
In her youth, Esther and her 12 siblings helped on the family farm. She sang in the church choir and participated in Luther League. Esther received her education at District 24 country school in Irving Township. Esther enjoyed taking care of her family and held employment as a cook for various restaurants.
She enjoyed picnics, spending time at the lake, reading, writing letters, and visiting with friends and family. Phebe Aleda Jacobson was born on Aug. Phebe was baptized and confirmed in the Nordland Lutheran Church in rural Hawick. When she was 18 years old, she left home to attend Bible School, first in Willmar, Minn.
After their marriage, they together farmed by Sebeka. When the youngest child was in sixth grade, Phebe returned to teaching in Sebeka and later in Forest Lake, Minn. She retired from teaching in In , the family moved to Battle Lake. She and Oliver lived there until they moved to Fergus Falls where she has been a resident of the Pioneer Retirement Home. Phebe was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. She and Oliver were 4-H Club leaders in the early years on the farm. Phebe enjoyed quilting, painting, fishing, cooking, singing, music, and playing games with the family.
Phebe was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Margaret Elsen; one sister, Alice Sanford; and two brothers, Herbert and Oliver Jacobson. A memorial service were held at a. Dan Hair officiated. Inurnment was in Zion Cemetery in rural Paynesville. Clarence was born Oct. He grew up and attended public schools in Sergeant County, North Dakota. Following their marriage, they lived in Paynesville and Clarence worked at the granite sheds in Cold Spring, owned a dray service in Paynesville, and was a caretaker at the Lake Koronis Assembly Grounds.
Navy from to in the Eastern Pacific region. They moved to Kandiyohi in where he served on the city council. In September , they moved to Paynesville. He enjoyed gardening, was a carpenter, and enjoyed games, especially cards. The funeral service was held at 11 a. Interment was in the Paynesville Cemetery. Harvey was born Oct. He was the son of Fred and Mathilda Schoeleben Voss. On April 28, , he was married to Sadie Ernst in Paynesville. Harvey and Sadie farmed in Paynesville Township for 48 years.
In , they retired and soon after moved to Lake Koronis where he has lived since. Harvey was a member of Grace United Methodist Church where he served on the trustee board and as an usher. He also enjoyed being a member of the men's chorus and the choir. He served on the Paynesville Township Board as a supervisor for 37 years, director of the Town Officers Association of Stearns County for 24 years, the Minnesota Association of Town-ships' Resolution Committee for six years, fire warden for 25 years, and for three years he was the director on the senior citizen's board. Harvey enjoyed music and was a member of the Harmonica Band in Paynesville.
He also enjoyed fishing and cutting wood. Cloud; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were at a. Dennis Heir officiated. Burial was in Roseville Cemetery in Hawick. Alice was born on Oct. She grew up on the family farm in Roseville Township attending District 97 for her schooling.
Following her education, she worked on the family farm until she was united in marriage to Walter Forness on Feb. They lived on Walter's parents farm south of Hawick until when they bought their farm. She later was united in marriage to Art Swanson in South Dakota. Following their marriage, they made their home in Willmar. She has been a resident at Glen Oaks Care Center for the past 13 years. Alice was a member of Hawick United Methodist Church. She enjoyed playing "Smear.
A private family service was held on Tuesday, June Margene was born Feb. Army as a nurse general duty. Following their marriage they lived in several areas of the country, including Portland, Ore. She was preceded in death by parents and one sister. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11 a. Louis Catholic Church. Father Richard Leisen officiated. Interment was in the parish cemetery. Theresa was born Feb. She grew up in Belgrade where she attended school. On Nov. She worked for several years for her son at DeWayne's Recreation.
Theresa loved company and playing cards with family and friends. She is survived by her husband, Harry of Paynesville; daughters, Shirley George Larson of Alexandria and Janet Karger of Brooklyn Park; 12 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son, DeWayne; her parents; and nine brothers and sisters.
Lonnie Gleitz officiated. Interment was in the Zion Cemetery, rural Paynesville. Norman was born Jan. He grew up in Paynesville and graduated from Paynesville High School in On May 21, , he married Genora Larson in Paynesville. Following their marriage, they farmed near Paynesville.
In they moved into town. He was a member of Crystal Hills Assembly. Norman loved to work and enjoyed telling stories.Kandiyohi MN wife swapping
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