MRS. ANNA EDVENSON, 76, A RESIDENT HERE MANY YEARS
Mrs. Anna Edvenson, 76, a resident of this community
since 1881, died at
Mercy Hospital Sunday afternoon following an illness
of several years.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at
8:30 at the Laufersweiler
Funeral Home and at 9:00 at Corpus Christi Church.
Monsignor T. J. Davern,
pastor, will officiate and burial will be in Corpus
Mrs. Edvenson, born in Bohemia April 25, 1876, came
to the United States with
her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Faiferlick.
The family came directly
to Webster County and settled on a farm northeast
of Fort Dodge. December 18,
1894, she was married to Jacob Edvenson, and the couple
made their home in
Fort Dodge. Mr. Edvenson died in 1937.
Surviving her is a sister, Mrs. Frank Hartnett of Fort
Dodge; and a number of
nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her
parents, her husband,
four sisters and four brothers. Although her health
had been failing for
several years, her condition did not become critical
until Sunday morning.
She was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital, where
she died a few hours
January 26, 1937 Fort Dodge Messenger
J. C. EDVENSON, RESIDENT HERE 50 YEARS, DIES
J. C. Edvenson, a resident of Webster County for over
fifty years, died early
today at his home six miles south of Fort Dodge following
an illness of
several months. Mr. Edvenson was 68 years old.
Surviving are his widow, two sisters, Mrs. John Ebert
and Mrs. Mary Remington
of Huron, S. D. and two brothers, Andrew of Huron
and George of Minneapolis.
Three brothers and his parents preceded him in death.
Funeral services will take place Thursday morning at
9:00 at the
Laufersweiler Funeral Parlors and at 9:30 at Sacred
Heart Church. Burial will
be in Corpus Christi Cemetery. The body will be at
the funeral parlors until
the time of service.