Anna Shuberg Bloomquist obit
Mrs, Bloomquist, Resident of City Since 192 1, Dies Mrs, Affflft M, Bloomquist, 83, of 1094 Pino* St., a Rhine-lander refti- dent since 1921, died at 5:26 p.m. Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital af»" tef an Illnesn of one rrt^ili. Services will bn held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Immanuel Lutheran Church, with the Rev. C. L. Lind» ber* officiating. Interment will be ifl Forest Home Cemetery. The bady will Ite in state In the Carl* gdn Funeral Home from 3 p,m. : to* day until neon Tuesday. Mrs. Bloomquist was born July 10, 1876, In Colfax township, Mich. She was married to Minor BIsom* qulat May IS, 1893, in Michigan, Her husband died in February, 1933. Three sons, Harry, Arnold and Oarl, also preceded her In death. She has 112 living descendants. descendants. Surviving are »aven daughters, Mrs. Clifford (Helena) Dlnger and Mrs. Merrill (Anna) Long, both of Phoenix, Ariz,, Mrs. Leavy (Evelyn) (Evelyn) Nutt, Big Rapids, Mich., Mrs. Arthur (Emma) Tunison, McCords- vllle, Ind., Mrs. Elery (Edith) Ford, Superior, Aria., Mrs. Donald (Gladys) Godleske, Three Lakes, and Mrs. Paul (Lillian) Luthy, Denver, Colo,; four sons, Henry, Arthur and Harold of Rhinelander, Edwin of North Adams, Mass,; a sister, Mrs. Lena Isberg, Los Angeles, Angeles, Calif., 38 grandchildren and 63 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Bloomquist was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church and active in the women's organizations organizations of the church, a membar of the VFW Auxiliary and the World War II Mothers.