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 - Jesse James Sidles, brother of John and Harry...
Jesse James Sidles, brother of John and Harry Sidles of ffisthor- vlllc, died April 11 at tho age of 70 at Superior, Wis. Funeral services wore held Thuisdny, April 16, at the Downs funeral cliapol at Superior and burial was In arconwood cemetery there. Relatives attending Uic funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sidles Vi-iniMlne Sidles, and Mi-, and Mrs. Raymond Schenok of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roa- burg, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Rosburg of Dunnoll, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer RosbMrg of Fairmont; Mr, and Mr«- Walter Harder and dnugMter and Mr.''lfthd Mrs. Harold Koekler of Ceylon, Minn.; William Ross of Dolllver, Mr. and Mrs. PranH Ball and daughter, Mrs. Clair Brick.son of Granlsburg, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosburg and Robert and Mrs. George Rosburg of Braham, Minn. • * • Mr. Sidles was bom July 14, 1883, near Pontlac, 111., the son of James D. and Mary J. Sidles. He died following an operation for gall stones on April 9 without regaining consciousness. At the age of eight years, he moved with his parents to a farm east of Huntington, where he received his education and later farmed with his father. He was married to Jessie M. Ball on Fob. 19, 1908, near Maple Hill. The couple had one son. In 1911 he left the farm and moved to Huntington, where he op- erzted a billiard parlor until 1919. He then moVed to Estherville where he engaged in the real estate business. He purchased a farm near Grantsburg, Wis., where the family moved in January, 1920, and farmed until 1942. Ho then sold his farm and moved

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  1. Estherville Daily News,
  2. 11 May 1954, Tue,
  3. Page 11

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