Oscar Berglund Dies Suddenly t*us-|sandi Nor;»nd. Sweden, he had been a resident of Escanaba the pasj 5 ] years. Mr. Berglund was mdnied \u Escanaba in 1906. He | was retiied custodian of Escanaba Oscar Peter Berglund, 75, of 1308 N. 18th St., widely known long-time Escanaba resident, died suddenly at the home of his son, Wilmore K. Berglund, 1609 17th ^ve. g, early Tuesday afternoon. Death was due to a heart attack. | Born July 18. 1879 in Heme- Senior High School, and previously previously had been employed by the Escanaba Escanaba Traction Company in the maintenance and repair department. department. He was a member of Central Central Methodist Church, the Central Central Methodist Brotherhood and North Star Lodge. Surviving are his wife; three daughters. Mrs. Leonard (Ruth) y p Credit ynjon i Nekon 0f Escariaba. Mrs. Stanley _________ (Hazel) Hill of Lafayette. Calif., Meeting At NeQOUnee Ld. .. /'ii— 3 Arthur M. Flood, president of the Upper Peninsula Chapter the Michigan Credit Union League reports that the chapter will meet great grandchild. on Saturday, July 16 at the Guild Friends may call at the Andei- Hall, Negaunee, for the quarterly son Funeral Home beginning this '■ meeting. afternoon. ) The meeting will be preceded; The body will be removed at by a dinner to be served at 6 noon Thursday from the funeral j p. m., EST. A delegation from the local credit unions is expected to attend this meeting. Carl Hagen, Upper Peninsula district repre- sentative of the Michigan Credit Union League, will report at the and Mrs. Clarence (Elaine) Olson of Sacramento, Calif.: one son Wilmore K Berglund. Escanaba. seven grandchildren and one home to the Central Methodist Church where funeral services will be held at 3 p. m. with the Rev. Karl J. Hammar officiating. Burial will be made m Gardens of Rest Cemetery. meeting.