re- i n g P . Manson nobody r i n g , classes i l a r t c n c y Otto Nelson, 88, Dies At Springs; Funeral Friday GANN VALLEY -- The fu neral service for Otto Nelson, 88, who died Tuesday at County Memorial Hospital, singlon Springs, will be Friday al 2 p.m. in the held Con- gregational Church in Gatin Val- ,cy will] the Itev. Hobcrl Short officiating. Burial will be Springhill Cemetery, Gann Val- ley. Born at Levanger, Skogn, way, Oct. 10, 1828, Nelson came to the United Stales when he was 19 and settled at Gann ey in July, 1901. A blacksmith and mechanic until his rclirc- menl, he lived all of his life at Gann Valley wilh the excep- tion of three years in Texas. He married Mary Johnson who died in 1928. In 1931 he married Mary Wulff. Survivors include widow, Mary; six ciiildren, H a r r nolia, Minn. Trcd, Luvcrne Minn.; Donald, St. Cloud, M i Mrs. John ( N o n a ) M a l chell; R o b e r t , Sacramento; O'Denc, Lancaster, C a l i f . g r a n d c h i l d r e n ; and g r a n d c h i l d r e n , A dJcd in World War If. Funeral a r r a n g e m e anounced by Lee's Funeral Service.