Clipped From Williamsburg Journal Tribune
in an to for all Local People Attend Harvey Joseph Rites Austin, Minn., Saturday Funeral services for Harvey G. Joseph, former Williamsburg resident, resident, whose sudden death was briefly briefly mentioned in last week's issue, were held Saturday afternoon at Faith E.U.B. church at Austin, Minn., and burial was in Grand View Memorial cemetery. Son of Lew and Eva May Joseph, he was born at Williamsburg, June 26, 1904. After leaving Williamsburg, Williamsburg, he was employed for a time in Cedar Rapids. He moved to Austin, Austin, Minn., in 1942 where he was employed at the George Hormel packing plant where he died suddenly suddenly Wednesday of last week shortly after reporting for work. He attended South Ridge grade school and Williamsburg higfi school. He was married to Pauline Halverson Halverson at Williamsburg 'Sept. 24, 1929. He was an active worker in the Faith E.U.B. church. Surviving are his wife; three sons, Harlan, Glenn and Donald, all of Austin; three daughters, Mrs. John .(Marilyn) Newman, Miss Ruth Joseph, and Miss Linda Joseph, all of Austin; five grandchildren; one brother, Everett of Williamsburg, and two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Knock, Mrs. Iva Davolt, both of Cedar Rapids. Those from here attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Joseph and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Joseph, Mrs. Stella Hanson and Mrs. Mollie Roberts of Williamsburg; Mrs. Elsie Black of Conroy.