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on Zion \ her Institute. 82, William Wreghitt rites set , r v r ^ ; 'CLEAR -i^UCE--Funeral 'services , for William D. Wreghitt, , , will uc l ,}'nuuj*:^i. ) 4 l n«juoniown, ,wiu be We4w»dajrVatt2.p,m, at Lutheran Church 1 .- Pastor Richard' Eliin^son will 'officiate.. · Burial will be'in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Swaledale. The Ward , Funeral, '.Home charge, off arrangements. jMri -Wreghitt died Sunday 'evening at,a Mason?City hospital,after VlAlnrt ,4k **dk4£*u_J. A.\.. u _ A. l'^ » ^ , being a patient, there two" ' William'' D'altori 1 " Wreghitt born Oct. 24, 1900, at Wheelerwood, the sonf of- Frederick Alice XHodson) it Wreghitt. As young man he moved with parents 4 t o Rockwell, and Miss u r c h the a Gourmet s,Westerns, Rockwell In 1922 he established a route out of Clear Lake. After his marriage, FeJ). 23, 1926,'to Margaret" Borton, they farmed in'the, 5 Clear'Lake area until 1951. -From 1951T until 1956 he was employed by the Clear Lake Bakery^ after .which returned 'to farming v bn Iheir present farm near HanIontown. Ke retired from farming a ago, but' continued to live^on the,farm. // ,. * ' -'*. r'Mr. Wreghitt was "a of'Zion Lutheran Church. Survivors include nis^wife^ two sons, Lloyd, Clear Lake, ·- and Frederick, Charles City; two daughters, Mrs. John (Betty) Ball, Lincoln, Neb., and ;Mrs. D e n n i s (Nancy) Mason City; one sister, Viola L a g e 1, Waterloo? and grandchildren., t ,\ He'was preceded"hT death a son, William A., in March one brQther, Frank. . Pallbearers selected are Richard Banner, Orville Elvesether, Aivin Bray, Forest Hansen , Ronald Trail and Kilmer

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  1. Globe-Gazette,
  2. 03 Sep 1963, Tue,
  3. Page 10

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