Evelyn Mylander obit

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Evelyn Mylander obit - TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1942 CHRYSLER WILL TRAIN...
TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1942 CHRYSLER WILL TRAIN WORKERS! Corporation Will Build New War Plant In Midwest Detroit — {¿P> — An employee ♦raining program, described a* one of the greatest in the nation's Industrial history, was disclosed today by Chrysler Corporation In conneetlon with the new war Implement factory It la to erect In the mid-west. The number of worker» to be •mploved !n the new plant not disclosed. It has been announced, however, that the factory when completed will he larger than the Ford Willow Hun bomber plant. Fnder the projected employee training program, Chrysler corporation announced, “the entire personnel will have completed it* education by the time the gigantic new plant 1« ready to start mass production.*' The plan contemplates the training of K>0 Instructors In "thousands of manufacturing processes. inspection standards and technical operations” To them will be assigned the task of training ths tens of thousands of men and women who will be required as production personnel. *'It ie likely/* said the corporation statement, "that more new, skilled manpower will have enter* ed the rank« of industrial professions and vocations.” through the operations of the new plan than haa ever before resulted from a single war project,” I n o a | , the meeting the Ab*'«* ■ engendered It ow gravest protected I Obi two ry Mitt». MART NOKPQl IM Funeral services for Mr*. Mary Nordquiat of Ford River. fatally I at injured Friday eveniug when she was struck by an automobile, were held Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock at the Anderaon Funeral Home and at 2:15 o’clock at Bethany Lutheran church. Rev. L. R. Lund, pastor of Immauuel Lutheran church, officiated, assisted by Edward Carlatroui, Bethany student pastor. The services were very largely attended, the church filled, and many beautiful floral offerings • were received from friends of the | family. Rev. Mr. Lund s text from St. i John. 11th Chapter. 28th Verse, was “The Master's Call.” C. Arthur Anderson sang “My Heart Is Yearning Ever,” In the English language, and a requested number in Swedish. “Time Passes as Swiftly as a Dream.” Miss Lois Lutidstrom was accompanist. Burial was In I^akevlew ceme- tery. Members of the Royal I Neighbors society who formed an honorary escort were Mesdames A. L. Giroux, Edmund Day, Andrew Buckland, Minnie Harwood, Anna LaCrosae and Fay LaCrosse. Active pallbearers were John Haring. Ernest Pratt. Andrew Nelson, Albln Bloom. Charles Sundstrom and John Terens. Those at the services included Mrs. Viola Peterson of Chicago and many relatives und friends of the Ford River community. MRS. ALICE SKKLKi . Largely attended funeral serv-! Ices for Mrs Alice Seeley of Pow ers were held Monday afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock at the Nathaniel Seeley home and at 2 o’clock at the Methodist Episcopal church at Hermansvllle. Rev. Meldon Craw’- j ford officiated, taking his text from the Romans. 13th Chapter, I 15th Verse, and the 42nd Psalm. The choir of the church. Mrs Earl Koenlng. Mrs. George Dan- 1els, Mrs. Meldon Crawford, and Miss Margaret Hintr. with Miss Sarah Downey, accompanist, sang “Jesns. the Very Thought of Thee’ and “Rock of AgeB." Burial was In the family lot In Spalding cemetery. Pallbearers were C. W. Behrend. Milton Kell, John Grapell, James Corrigan. C. J. Quade and Thomas Lawrence Sr. ThoBe attending the funeral included Pvt. George Seeley of Camp Livingston, La.. Pvt. Nathaniel; Seeley. Jr. of Crowder, Mo.; Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Edward Leverude. and Mrs. Rene LliMarseh and Mr. and Mr*. David Lusardl, Iron Mountain; Louis Van, Mrs. Ida Christensen and Mr. and Mrs Edward McKenzie of Menominee; and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Drum and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Griffin, of Gladstone. MRS. GORDON R. MY LANDER Funeral services for Mrs. Gor-J don E. Mylander, who died in Tampa. Florida, were held at 2.30 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the Anderson Funeral Home chapel, Rev. Clarence Satterblom of the Evangelical Covenant church officiating. Rev. Mr. Satterblom s text was from Joshua, 1st C hap- ter. 5th Verse. During the service. Mrs Phoe- be Benaon sang “In the Dawn of Eternal Day.” with accompanl- ment by Mis* Agnes Wedaae, and Mr*. A. J. Olson sang “He Knows.” Mrs. Benson was her accompanist. Burial was In Lakeview cemetery Pallbearers were Carl Umbert. John A. Bergman. Fred Sandbom. Martin Sather. John Kilstrom and Herman Carlson. Those at the funeral included Gordon E. Mylander Sr . and Ruben Mylander, of Tampa, and Wallis Mylander. student at North Park college, Chicago. BIG RACE

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 09 Jun 1942, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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