Mrs. Martha Larson Funeral Is Arranged! Services Will Be Held Monday at First Lutheran Church for Pioneer Woman Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Larson, 656 South Main ave., will be held Monday at 2 p. m. at the First Lutheran church with Rev. ; V "" .3 Andprsnn n.vMsiaui pasixr there, officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. The Banton funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Larson, who would have been 74 years old August 13, died at a local hospital Thursday night after a lingering illness. She haH Mrs. Larson been confined to the hospital for one month. Mrs. Larson was born in Oslo, Norway. She -was -was confirmed to the Lutheran church there May 3, 1882. Shft rame to the TTnitvl Rtnic. n hon she was 16 and settled near Can ton, s. D. sne married Edward Larson there June 15, 1892. The couple moved to Miner county in 1912. Later they went to Hartford, S. D where they lived with a son, Eric. Mrs. Larson moved to Sioux Falls Ave years ago. Pallbearers will be six nephews, Edwin Loken, Hudson, S. D.: Albert Loken, Butler. S. D.; Louis Loken, Watertown, S. D.; Melvin Loken, Fairview. S. D.; William Loken. Centerville, S. D.; and Palmer Loken. Loken. Butler, S. D. Surviving are three sons, Peter, Limestone, Mont.; , Eric, Hartford, and Melvin. Howard, fi. n-two n-two n-two daughters, Mrs. Hjalmer R. Arne-son. Arne-son. Arne-son. Salem, S. D.. and Mrs. Louis Butternoo, wortnmgton. Minn., slsn nn hrnthpr anH nnA tctv in Norway. Mrs. Larson was preceded in death by her husband and one brother.