LDN 21 July 1934 - Leader Heglund is Taken by Death (Part 1)

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LDN 21 July 1934 - Leader Heglund is Taken by Death (Part 1) - Learuder .Heglund passed away this morning from...
Learuder .Heglund passed away this morning from his home at 505 Adams street. Mr. Heglund, in his 84th year, had been a resident of Ludington since 1872. Born in Finland Sspt. 5, 1850, he came from that country to America and to 'Whitehall in 1871 and the following year to Ludington, He found employment in the lumber camps and later was for 15 years in partnership with Andrew Newtaerg Sr. in fishing and he had many a tale to tell of the lakes and the changes in the character of the craft that caim-a into port in. Ludington harbor, In later years Mr, Heg- lundi had worked in the.Stearns lumber yards and 1 more recently at Morton Salt plant. For six years he had occupied himself with his garden and his books, attempting no heavy work, and for six weeks had been confined to his bed, Nearly all his years (Please turn to Page 8, Column 3)

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 21 Jul 1934, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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