Richard Roline, Obit
Rites Saturday for R.NA. Roline, Dows farmer DOWS—Funeral services will be'Saturday at'2 p.m. for Richard A. Roiine, G8, who died unexpectedly at his home Thursday. The Revs. Clyde Johnson and David Leonhardt will be in harge of the services at Dows ligh -School Auditorium with )urial to follow at Mt. Hope Cemetery. Born in Morgan Township, Mr. Roiine spent his life farm- ng in the area. He is survived by his wife, Emma; a son, Raymond, Des Moines; two daughters, Mariorie, Dows, and LaVonne Colson, Alexander; five grandchildren; two brothers, William, Cambridge, Minn., and Herm a n, Swanville, Minn.; and three sisters, Mary Senenfelder, Dows, and Mrs. Albert Larson and Bernetta Nebrbass, both of Minneapolis.' The Van Hove Funeral Home, Dows, is in charge.