Betsy Schow obit
14 CLEAR RITES ARE HELD FORMRS.SCHOW Aged Woman Lived on Lake Farm Over Fifty Years of Life. CLEAR LAKE, Aug-. 22.--Fun- ieral services for Mrs. Martin P. Schow, 76, were held Friday afternoon at the farm home south Clear Lake, the Rev. H. O. officiating. Burial wfcs made In Clear Lake cemetery. Two selections were presented Miss Hannah Schonhood, "Jesus Savior Pilot Me" and "Shall We Gather at the River." Carl Rang Mrs. Alma Knoblock sang a duet "Lead Kindly Light" . Mrs. Scbow died Tuesday after Illness. She was born at Decorah March 9, 1855, the daughter of Andrew and Sophia Hetland. Two years after her arrival in Clear In 1876, she was married to Schow. They settled on the farm which sha lived 52 years. Her husband preceded her in death In She is survived by four sons, V., Medford, Ore.; William C., Garner; Fred J. and Myron C., Clear Lake, and three daughters. Mrs. Alice Seeger, Mahnomen, Minn.; Mrs. Dora Ladendorf, Chicago, Mrs. Julia Pye, Stevenson, British Columbia. One sister, Mrs. Anna Rang, Chicago, is also left.