W. Siegenthaler Final Rites Held At Forestburg By Republic Newt Service WOONSOOKET — Funeral services for Walter G. Siegenthaler, 62, were April 19 at the Church Stordahl 'oreslburg Lutheran with the Rev. Lowell ifficlating. Interment wag in Eventide Cemetery under the direction of he Basham Funeral Home. Mr. Siegenthaler was born March 4, 1905 in Freeport, 111., to Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Siegenthaler and died April 16 at a Mitchell hospital. On July 9, 1946 he married Dagmar Koppang of Woonsocket. He had op;rated the Corner Cafe in Woonsocket until purchasing Ruskin Park 13 years ago. Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Powell, Huron, and Karen, a student at University of South Dakota; two sons, Richard, at home, and Sackett, Canton; six grandchildren; two brothers, Erwin, Sa lem, Ore., and Glenn, Monticel lo, Wis., and two sisters, Mrs. Duke Simpson, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Mrs. Thomas Gaughan, Beloit, Wis.