Clipped From Carrol Daily Times Herald
Funeral Rites For Ed F. Feld This Morning Auto Accident Victim Is Buried in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery Fimeral services for Ed F. Feld, who was killed in an automobile- truck collision near Westside Friday Friday evening, were conducted at 9 o'clock this morning at the St. Lawrence Church. The requiem j mass was read by the Rev. Father, M. C. YVendl of Spencer, a cousin of Mrs. Feld. Burial was in SS. Peter nnd Paul's Cemetery. Pallbearers were throe nephews, Ernest Feld of Rockwell City, Roy and Wilbur Fold, and three cousins, Leo Wie- derin, Albert Wiederin and John Wiederin. Attending the rites from a distance distance were Miss Mayme Kloth, Cherokee; Mrs. Agnes Feld, Mar- shalltowh; Mrs. J. \V. Feld, Oelwein; Oelwein; Mr. ad Mrs. Vincent Jagcr, Harper; and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Anthony Feld, Ft. Crook, Neb.