Anton Oshaug Obit
Anton Oshaug DALLAS (Special) — Anton shaug, 76, Rt. 1, Chetek, died arly Saturday at the Hughes est Home in Barron. Mr. Oshaug was born March .1893 in Vestra - Trollen, Norr Norr ay, and came to the United tates in 1914, settling in t h t own of Prairie Lake where he armed until his retirement. He was married to Inga yste on May 21, 1920 in RAce ake. Besides his wife, he is siir- ived by a son, Lawrence Lyse, Lyse, Rt. 1, Chetek, and five grandchildren; four brothers, udwig, Alf, Randolph and ohn, and two sisters, Bertha nd Dorothy, all of Norway. Funeral services will be 2 .m. Monday at New Scandina ia Lutheran Church, Town of ple Grove, with the Rev. 'yle Ness officiating. Burial ill be in the church Cemetery. Friends may call at the Miler Miler Funeral Horn* this af- ernoon and evening and one our prior to sefvices at the hurch on Monday.