Dem su r e e Re race tha hij p Mrs. Selmer Grosland funeral set Mrs.. Selmer (Verna)' Grosland, Grosland, 50, died Thursday ifter- noon in a Mason City hospital: She had lived in Mason City throughout her lifetime and made her home at 810 President SW. Mrs.. Grosland was b o r March 6, 1914, in Mason City, daughter of Arthur and Minnie (Benson) Nehls. She was married married to Selmer Grosland, Oct. 15, 1938, in Mason City, by Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl. Surviving are her husband; two sons, Parrell Rae Grosland, at Lackland AFB^ San Antonio, Tex.; Ronald Dean Grosland student at Mankato State College, College, Mankato, Minn., and two daughters, Mrs. Ronald E. (Sandra Lee) Hennick and Mrs. (Darlene) Fountas, both of Mason City; three grandsons and her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nehls, Mason City. Five sisters, Mrs. Will (Zeneta) (Zeneta) Barron, Los Angeles; Alma Nehls, DCS Moines; Mrs Thomas E. (Marian) Murphy Mason City; Mrs. Merl K. (Helen) Jones, San,.Diego, -Calif and Mrs. Wendell N. (Phyllis')' Hanson,; Tulsa,"ipkla;, and two brothers, Arthur; Nehls,' Minne apolis, and Lawrence Nehls Mason City, also survive. The funeral will be 3 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Lutheran Church, of which she was a member. The. Rev. Lavern R Hanson will officiate. Buriai will be in Elmwood -Cemetery. A family prayer service will aeld. at 11:30 a.m.-Saturday the Major Memorial Chapel Pallbearers s e 1 e c t George Grant, Joe Ruzich, Molstad, MÂ«ilvin ]? Manuel Ernest Ernest Schroeder and Marwood Mulert. Mrs. R. E. Thompson wn 11 IV... __.! -- * _ A Â·Vk * _ _ * : ---Â· --. -j. i-nump soloist, Robert Nord, ' organist. organist. The family has requested any memorials be given toTrin ity Lutheran Church. Friends may call at the chapel until p.m. Saturday.