MISS DAHLBER6 PASSES AWAY Illness of Several Months Fatal to Young Woman. i ' , I I I Death claimed an estimable* 'nunc woman Monday morning shortly after 7 o’clock when Miss Nannie Dahlberg. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Andrew Dahlberg. passed away nf the parentnl home, 140 1 Sheridan road. following an Illness that had Its inception in June of this year Miss Dahlberg was horn August 15. 1K90, and reared in this city. She was educated in local schools. After graduating from Ferris Institute at Big Rapltls. M iss Dahlberg taught in rural s< hools of this county for six >ears. after which she* accepted a position in the claims control hu- r*au, department of the internal revenue, at Washington. This position she held until last June, when her health failed, and she returned to this city. •H'er illness was caused by phthisis of the t hroat Miss Dahlberg Is survived by her bereaved parents, three sisters and two brothers: Mrs Frances Farrel of this city; Mrs. Hildur Turnquist of Virginia. Minn . Miss Lillian Mae Dahl- herg, Minneapolis; Algot O Dahlberg. Ann Arbor, and Walford Dahlberg. Corvallis. Ore. The body was taken to the Anderson Funeral home and will be i emoved to the family home this afternoon. Funeral services will be held from the family home Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock and at 2:30 at the Swedish Lutheran church with Rev. C A. Lund officiating Burial will be in the family lot in Lakeview cemetery.