Walter Lindgren obituary May 8, 1930

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Walter Lindgren obituary May 8, 1930 - „„..„ _ „ Lindgren, ' who was „ .._. Falls,...
„„..„ _ „ Lindgren, ' who was „ .._. Falls, British Columbia, San- ada, will be held this afternoon at o'clock at Forest-Home -be LINDGREN SERVICES ARE SET FOR TODAY Body of Accident Victim to Be Buried in Forest Home Cemetery. Burial services for the late Walter killed near j tery- The Rev. Olson of the Nor- wegian church will be in charge of the short services, Mr. Lindgren was fatally hurt at 4 p. m. on April 25 while working his uncle's logging camp near Mr. Lindgren was fatally hurt at, '° cean Fa » s - He was in the rigging and struck him on the head, death following shortly afterward. The body was shipped back to the b , rok . e j states, arriving here yesterday morn- m fr T , ^ I Mr. Lindgren was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Lindgren, 610 North Brown street. He leaves, besides his parents. an 8-year-old 'daughter,! Mavis, a brother, Oscar Lindgren of RWnelander, and six sisters: Mrs. Elmer Towne. Mrs. Jerome Blsson-i I ette, Ardls, Margaret and.Elva Lind-1 gren of Rhinelander and Miss Elsie T.mrtp-rpn nf r*hlr>ao-rt l~ Lindgren of Chicago. The deceased was a member of the Scandinavian lodge and of the Fraternal Reserve association here. |

Clipped from The Rhinelander Daily News08 May 1930, ThuPage 2

The Rhinelander Daily News (Rhinelander, Wisconsin)08 May 1930, ThuPage 2
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