Carrol Daily Times Herald Carroll, Iowa Thursday, April 29, 1954 p13
Deaths and Funerals TIIKODORK II. Theodore H. Ncngforl, 67, of DCS Molnea, undo of Herman Bengfort of Carroll, died unexpectedly of a hoart attack Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Bengfort, who had Rone to Iowa Lutheran Hospital to visit n patient there, was driving nwny from the hnapUnt when ho Buffered the fatal attack, A native of Carroll, Mr. Bong- fort had lived In Dos Molnes 40 years. Survlvorw include hln wlfo, two children and two grandchildren. IIOMKIt OltT (TliUfR MiTHhl N'iMvft Ncrvlm) LAK1C CITY, ~- Funeral services city, will be at 2;SO p.m Friday, April i 30, at Ilio Assembly of God'Church hern, The Rev., Gall Green will officiate. Burial, under the direction of the Squires Funeral Home, will be in the Lake City cemetery. Mr. Ort, lougtl'ne resident of Lake City, died Monday, following a l)enrt attack, at the Greene County Hospital In Jefferson. He had been operating a tiling ma- nhlno near Jefforson, Surviving urn his wife., Mm. Ifithet Orl, Lake City; four sons, Burnoy Ort, Jeffornon; Warren, Long Bench, Calif.; Charles, Spokane, Wash., nml Kenneth, Ncma- ha; three daughters, Mrs. Frank Knibb, Kokomo, Ind.; Mrs, Keith Caskoy, Uoclcwoll City, and Mrs. C.ene Scollon, Dubuque; 13 grandchildren and one brother, Burney Ort. Hollywood, Calif.