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Obituary of Mrs. Louise Lindvall

Louise Wehrs Lindvall was born April 9, 1874, in Huntingdon, Ind. In early childhood, she came with her parents to Milford, Nebraska. Her she lived to womanhood, when in the year 1904, she was united in marriage to Bernard Lindvall of Holdrege, Nebraska. They immediately set up their new home in Holdrege, where they lived until 1917, then moving to a farm near Ingham, their present home.

This union was blessed with three children, two sons and one daughter.

Mrs. Lindvall was always of a cheery disposition, taking joy in the social activities of the church and neighborhood. She was never happier than when in the midst of her family and neighbors.

In July, she became ill, submitting later to hospitalization from which she returned about a month ago. After two weeks of rest with a brother and family of Milford, she was moved by her loving family and friends to her own home.

Two weeks after her return home, she passed away to her Heavenly Abode on Friday morning, October 18, at 11:30.

She leaves to mourn her loss, her devoted husband Bernard Lindvall, Grandma Lindvall of Holdrege, two sons, Wehrs of Eustis and Bernard J. of Ingham, a daughter Lucile Malcolm of Denver; four sisters, Mrs. Ira G. Forell of Chester, Mrs. Ida Seesko and Miss Amelia Wehrs of Seward; three brothers Henry of Denver, Herman of Laird, Colorado, and Edward of Milford, and host of other relatives and friends. Her parents and a sister, Mrs. Lena Sunderman of Kearney preceded her in death.

Early in life, Mrs. Lindvall was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church.

Funeral services were held at the Farnam United Methodist church Sunday afternoon by Rev. Samuel Mitchell and interment was in the Farnam Cemetery. Singers were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNickle, with Mrs. Samuel Mitchell at the piano. The services were under the direction of the Oleson mortuary with the following serving as pallbearers: Ely Stinnette, Zeb Jackson, Wayne Axtell, Floyd Axtell, Clyde Dawson, and Herman Thomsen.

The Farnam Press, 1(5):1 Thursday, October 24, 1940

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