miles south of here. Ernest E. Lind, Soo Line Worker For 30 Years, Dies i ' Ernest E. Lind. 55, a Soo Lino switchman for the last 30 years, died suddenly at 2 a. m. today in his home, 522 North Brown Street, following a brief illness. Born in Braintrd. Minn., April 5. 18S2, ho lived in Ladysmith before before coming to Rhinelander 11 years ago. He was a member of St, Joseph's Church, the Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name Society. Survivors include his wife, Pel- ronclla; three daughters, Mrs. Ken <Bemice) Codner of Brainerd, Minn., and Charlotte Ann and Marv .),,,„ TW*M Itj-tiK f\T t?KJnrtlnhrlo»»* rtttn "V"V,""T ~'~-^*-~' 1 n/r " ^ v of Crosby, Minn., and Mrs. Pauline TTi'ij-ilj-e'/"**"* r\-F T\/T i M»ift n t^r\l 1 O ilyn Jean, both of Rhinelander; one son, Robert, at home; four brothers, Herbert of Portland, Ore., Carlos of Minneapolis, Gust of Brainerd, Minn., and Sam of Crosby, Minn.; and two sisters, Mrs. Mary .Schultz j j Erickson of Minneapolis. Funeral services will be held | at 10 a. m. Tuesday in St, Joseph's j Church, and burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body will lie in state in the Lind home, 522 North Brown Street, from Saturday noon until the time of the services Tuesday. Members of the Knights of Columbus Columbus will meet at the Lind home to say the rosary at 7:30 p. m. Sun- clay, while members of the Holy! Name Society will meet at the home to say the rosary at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Monday.