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ALM, Freda 
MINNEWAUKAN -- Freda Alm, 93, Minnewaukan, died Dec. 4, 1996, in the Rugby hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Trinity Free Lutheran Church, Minnewaukan, with burial in St. Olaf Lutheran Cemetery, Minnewaukan.
She is survived by one sister, Alma Ronning, Maddock. (Nelson Funeral Home, Minnewaukan)

ALPERT (TREIBER), Emma Mary Dorothia 
RICHARDTON -- Emma Mary Dorothia Treiber, 83, Richardton, died July 22, 1997, in Richardton. Services will be held at 10 a.m. MDT Friday at St. John United Church of Christ, Hebron, with burial in the church cemetery.
Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. today at Spangelo Funeral Home, Hebron, and will continue at the church one hour before services. A prayer service will begin at 8 tonight at the funeral home.
Emma was born Oct. 19, 1913, at Richardton, to William and Emma (Nolte) Alpert. She was raised and educated near Richardton. She helped out on the farm and worked for the neighbors and her family until her marriage. On Dec. 1, 1931, she married Henry Treiber in Richardton. They farmed north of Hebron. Emma enjoyed time spent with family and visiting with her friends. She enjoyed the farm life, gardening, cooking, baking and embroidering. They retired in 1970 and moved into Hebron where she resided until moving to Dickinson in 1990. Henry died May 29, 1983. In January 1997 she moved to the Richardton
Health Care Center. 
She was a member of St. John's Women's Guild.
She is survived by three sons and two daughters-in-law, Louis, Dickinson, Duane and LaDonna, Hebron, and Armin and Lorraine, Richardton; two daughters and sons-in-law, Arlene and Richard Magstadt, Dickinson, and Emma Lou and Curtis Lavine, Independence, Kan.; 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; two brothers, Charles and William, both of Richardton; and one sister, Shirley Bowman, Garden City, Mo. 
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; one son; one grandson; two sisters; and two brothers. 

ALT, Fred 
ELGIN -- Fred Alt, 88, Elgin, died Nov. 4, 1996, in the Glen Ullin nursing home. Services will be held at 2 p.m. MST Monday, at Zion Lutheran Church, Elgin. Burial will be in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Elgin. 
He is survived by one brother, Gust, New Leipzig; and two sisters, Helen Krause, Lark, and Anna Iszler, New Leipzig. (Evanson-Jensen Funeral Home, Elgin) 

ELGIN -- Fred Alt, 88, Elgin, died Nov. 7, 1996, in the Glen Ullin nursing home. Services will be held at 2 p.m. MST Monday, at Zion Lutheran Church, Elgin, with the Rev. Nancy Jaster officiating. Burial will be in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Elgin. 
Visitation will be from 1 to 7 p.m. today, at Evanson-Jensen Funeral Home, Elgin, and will continue one hour prior to services, at the church. Serving as casketbearers are Waldemar and Ray Alt, Norman Iszler, Dennis Schmitz, Robert Heim and Jerry Frey. 
Fred Alt was born Aug. 1, 1908, in Chicago, Ill., to Fredrick and Christianna (Mabus) Alt. In 1909 he went with his parents to Rosenheim, North Russia along the Volga River to get his brother, Alex, who had stayed with his grandparents while his parents came to Chicago to find work and a place to live. They all returned to Chicago within a year. Fred started school in Chicago and in September of 1918 moved with his parents and family to the Willa area and later north of New Leipzig, N.D. 
Fred married Bertha Frey Jan. 19, 1932, at New Leipzig. They made their home on a farm north of New Leipzig, and Fred hauled coal for the Roberts Coal Mine and drove a school bus. He also worked at Hetzlers Garage and on WPA. In 1939 they moved to Elgin and rented the Standard Service Station. They later bought the Dittus garage building in 1943 and started remodeling it into Alt's Supply Store. Fred's brother Art went into business with them buying the Coast to Coast franchise. In 1965 Fred sold his share of the business to Art and semi-retired. He then opened Fred's Repair Shop until 1980 fixing everything from TVs to sharpening chainsaws. 
Fred enjoyed bowling, hunting and fishing. He will be remembered as a gentle, caring person who loved kids, although he and Bertha were not blessed with any of their own. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Elgin and a Lions Club. 
He is survived by one brother, Gust, New Leipzig; two sisters, Helen Krause, Lark, and Anna Iszler, New Leipzig; and numerous nieces and nephews. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Bertha; and two brothers, Alex and Art. 

ALTGILBERS (WERNER), Liza Lea 
Liza Lea Werner, 65, Hazelton, died Saturday, July 9, 1994, at St. Alexius Medical Center, Bismarck.
Liza was born Oct. 18, 1928, at Harrisburg, Mo., the daughter of Ben and Mary (Daugherty) Altgilbers. She attended high school at Higbee, Mo., where she was the state spelling champion.
She received special recognition for her participation in the state championship basketball team. She graduated from Cleveland Institute of Electronics Engineering.
She married Herbert Werner at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Hazelton on Oct. 24. 1954. They operated an appliance and electronic store in Hazelton. In 1961 they moved to Tustin, Calif., where they operated Dakota American Christian Art and Book Publishing Co.
They returned to Hazelton in 1987. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
She is survived by her husband, Herbert; two daughters, Wyndylnn Mason of Colorado and Deanna Smith of Wyoming; two brothers, James of Medicine Bow, Wyo. and Tom of Springfield, Pa.; two sisters, Lena Clark of Medicine Bow, Wyo. And Margaret Murray of Columbia, Mo. 
She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, William and Joe.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday (today), July 12 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Hazelton, with the Rev. Steven Nowicki officiating.
Organist will he Harriet Humann and Lila Jane Werner. Soloist will be Janice Santanan.
Casketbearers will be Tony Towne, David Heer, Warren Strammer and Lee, Durant and Leo W. Schiermeister.
Ushers will be Donald Orthmeyer and Ted Ranschler.
Burial will be in North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, rural Mandan, under the direction of Myers-Weigel Funeral Home, Linton. 

ALTMAN, Frank Clifford 
Frank Clifford Altman, 86, Salem, Ore., formerly of Carson, died July 13, 1996, in Salem. Private services were held, with burial in Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Salem.
He is survived by two sons, Bob, Salem, and Gary, Tillamook; and one sister, May Botten, Eugene.

AMAN (HOLZWARTH), Martha Marie 
Martha Marie Aman, 82, of Mound City, South Dakota, died at St. Luke's Midland Hospital, Aberdeen, South Dakota, on Thursday, September 11, 1997.
Martha was born December 9, 1914, on a farm east of Mound City, South Dakota, the daughter of Wilhelm and Katherina (Grenz) Holzwarth. She attended the Garfield rural school. On September 27, 1935, she married Otto Aman at Herreid, South Dakota, and they made their home on a farm east of Mound City. In 1936, they moved into Mound City where she and her husband worked as custodians at the Campbell County Courthouse. She was a member of the Herreid Baptist Church and the ladies aid. Martha taught Sunday School for many years. Her family was very important to her, and she enjoyed sharing her baked goods with others. Her husband died on November 29, 1996.
Grateful to have shared her life are four daughters and sons-in-law, Janis and Carroll Brockel of Selby, South Dakota, Diann and Deryl Fenske of Aberdeen, South Dakota, Kathy and Rick Seymour of Pollock, South Dakota, and Kristy and Steve Byers of Hartley, Iowa; 17 grand children; 24 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Raymond Holzwarth of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Ervin Holzwarth of Mound City, South Dakota, and two sisters, Lydia Heinrich of Mobridge, South Dakota, and Mathilda Brockel of Selby, South Dakota.
In addition to her husband, Martha was preceded in death by her parents; one son, Davis; two daughters, Sandra and Kay, and one sister, Irene.
Funeral services were held Monday, September 15, 1997, at the Herreid Baptist Church, Herreid, South Dakota, with Rev. Merle Hoots officiating.
Casket bearers were Brent Fenske, Wade Fenske, Collin Brockel, Craig Brockel, Scott Byers, John Rudolph, and Matthew Jacobsen. Honorary casket bearers were granddaughters, granddaughters-in-law and grandsons-in-law.
The organist was Craig Brockel, and a duet was sung by Rev. Merle Hoots and Mark Bates, Users were Henry Fischer and Mark Holzworth.
Burial was in the Mound City Cemetery, Mound City, South Dakota, under the direction of Myers Funeral Home of Linton.

AMAN, Otto 
MOUND CITY, S.D. -- Otto Aman, 82, Mound City, died Nov. 29, 1996, in the Mobridge nursing home. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Herreid Baptist Church, with burial in Mound City Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife, Martha; four daughters, Janis Brockel, Selby, Diann Fenske, Aberdeen, Kathy Seymour, Pollock, and Kristy Byers, Hartley, Iowa; two brothers, Herman, Mound City, and Walter, Oregon; and two sisters, Esther Bettger, St. Louis Park, Minn., and Rose Wentz. (Myers Funeral Home, Linton)

MOUND CITY, S.D. -- Otto Aman, 82, Mound City, died Nov. 29, 1996, in the Mobridge hospital. Arrangements are pending at Myers Funeral Home, Linton. 

AMERICAN HORSE (SUMMERS), Wilma 
CANNON BALL -- Wilma Summers, 65, Cannon Ball, died Nov. 16, 1996, in a Bismarck hospital. Arrangements are pending at Perry Funeral Home, Mandan.

CANNON BALL -- Wilma Summers, 65, Cannon Ball, died Nov. 16, 1996, in a Bismarck hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Cannon Ball School Gym, with the Rev. John Floberg officiating. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery, Cannon Ball. 
A wake service will begin at 4 p.m. Thursday at the school gym. Wilma was born June 30, 1931, at Cannon Ball, the daughter of George and Lucy (Hawk Bear) American Horse. She was raised and educated at Cannon Ball and Fort Yates. Wilma married Milton Summers on April 22, 1954, at Cannon Ball. They made their home there and she was a homemaker. 
She is survived by her husband, Milton; three daughters and sons-in-law, Charlene and Wayne Iron Hawk, Cannon Ball, Twilla and Sam Rough Surface, Kenel, S.D., and Anita and Rick DeHorse, Eagle Butte, S.D.; five sons and two daughters-in-law, Cecil and Cora American Horse, Kaibeto, Ariz., Alton and Donna Summers, Collin Summers, Richard Summers and Kenneth Summers, all of Cannon Ball; one sister, Gloria American Horse, Cannon Ball; two brothers, Tony American Horse and George American Horse, both of Cannon Ball; 29 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. 
She was preceded in death by her parents; and one daughter, Barbara. (Perry Funeral Home, Mandan) 

AMOS, Rose 
Rose Amos, 91, Mandan, died Aug. 5, 1997, in the Mandan nursing home. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses, Mandan. Further arrangements are pending at Buehler-Larson Funeral Home, Mandan. 

ANDERSON, Benjamin V. 
EDGELEY -- Benjamin V. Anderson, 72, Edgeley, died Nov. 4, 1996, in a Fargo hospital. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Edgeley.
He is survived by his wife, Catherine; six sons, Tim, Mark, Brian and David, all of Edgeley, and Curtis and Craig, both of Fargo; three daughters, Susan and Cheryl, both of Fargo, and Carol Sather, Fargo; and two sisters, Alice Happ, Audubon, Minn., and Isabelle Krabbenhoft, Sabin, Minn. (Lisko Funeral Home, Jamestown) 

ANDERSON (WICKSTROM), Donna Ann 
Donna Wickstrom, 47, Morris, Minn., died May 22, 1997, in Morris. Services were held May 24 at
Trinity Lutheran Church, Alberta, Minn., with burial in Summit Cemetery, Morris.
Donna Ann Anderson, the daughter of Walter P. and Dorothy (Mogensen) Anderson, was born
Oct. 26, 1949, at Morris. She grew up and received her education in Cyrus, Minn., graduating
from Cyrus High School in 1967. On Aug. 7, 1977, she was married to Andrew O. Wickstrom in
Immanuel Lutheran Church at Starbuck, Minn. They lived in the Morris area.
She is survived by her husband, Andy; one daughter, Carrie Wickstrom, Morris; two stepsons,
Charles Wickstrom and Timothy Wickstrom, both of Bismarck; two stepdaughters and
stepsons-in-law, Tammy and Rob Huft, and Rebecca and Roger Fenster, all of Bismarck; three
step-grandchildren; her mother and stepfather, Dorothy and Kenneth Brevig, Starbuck; one sister
and brother-in-law, Susan and Daryle Toft, Clarkfield, Minn.; two sisters-in-law, Shirley and her
husband, Dick Reynolds, Morris, and Betty Anderson, Cyrus; three aunts; one uncle; one niece;
and one nephew.
She was preceded in death by her father, Walter Anderson; and her grandparents. (Pedersen
Funeral Home, Morris)

ANDERSON (MARTO), Dorothy 
LUVERNE -- Dorothy Andersen, 93, Luverne, died July 20, 1997, in the Valley City hospital. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Luverne Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Jan Peterson officiating. Burial will be in Luverne Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. today and 9 a.m.-noon Wednesday at Peterson-Johnson-Schuldt Funeral Home, Valley City, and will continue at the church one hour before services.
Dorothy was born Oct. 31, 1903, near Grand Forks, the daughter of Chris and Margaret Marto. She married Jacob T. Andersen, Dec. 23, 1923, at Moorhead, Minn. They lived in Luverne where they were employed in operating a lumber yard and hardware store until 1954, when they retired to their farm near Luverne. Her husband died in 1958.
She is survived by one son, Jacob J., Luverne; one daughter, Mary Ann Miller, Bismarck; four granddaughters; two grandsons; and six great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; three brothers; and three sisters. 

ANDERSON, Edsel R. 
WILTON -- Edsel R. Anderson, 70, Wilton, died May 6, 1997, in his home after a long illness. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Sunne Lutheran Church, Wilton, with the Rev. Paul Schauer officiating. Burial will be in Sunne Lutheran Cemetery, Wilton, with military rites provided by American Legion Post No. 163, Wilton. 
Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Bismarck Funeral Home, and will continue at the church one hour before services. 
Edsel Anderson was born April 18, 1927, in Trygg Township of Burleigh County, to John E. and Hulda (Strom) Anderson. Edsel and his family moved to Bismarck when he was 9. He graduated from Bismarck High School in 1944 and he and his twin brother enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Edsel served in the Pacific Theater until his discharge in 1946. He then attended Bismarck Junior College and graduated in 1948. He took a position with the U.S. Postal Service in Wilton and served as a rural letter carrier for 36 years until ill health forced his retirement on June 1, 1983. 
Edsel served five years on the State Board of North Dakota Rural Letter Carriers Association and served as state president for two years. Edsel was an active member of American Legion Post No. 163 in Wilton. He was honored by the post with a life membership in 1982. Edsel served on the Wilton School Board for 15 years and was then appointed to the McLean County Special Education Board where he served for 10 years. He was active in community affairs in Wilton, and was a member of Wilton Get-To-Gether Club, the Sportsman's Club and a was a charter member of Wilton Lions. Edsel was a member of Sunne Lutheran Church. He enjoyed spending his leisure time with friends and family through hunting and fishing. 
Edsel married Pearl Duma, May 11, 1950, in Wilton. 
He is survived by his wife, Pearl; three daughters and sons-in-law, Sherry and Joe Brinster, Marietta, Ohio, Deborah and Richard Strand, Wilton, and Karla and Tom Ross, Minot; five grandchildren, Austin and Aaron Brinster, Lindsey and Kirk Strand, and McKenzie Ross; his twin brother, Edgar, Wilton; and two sisters, Edna Lindquist, Santa Cruz, Calif., and Helen Lunde, San Francisco. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Floyd; and three sisters, Irene Anderson, Hazel Little and Ethel Anderson, who died in infancy. 
In lieu of flowers, it was Edsel's wish that memorials be given to Sunne Lutheran Church, Wilton. 

ANDERSON, Elna R. 
WILLISTON -- Elna R. Anderson, 83, Williston, formerly of Tioga, died Dec. 11, 1996, in a Williston nursing home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at First Lutheran Church, Tioga. Burial will be in United Cemetery, Tioga.
She is survived by one brother, Nels, Tioga and Bismarck; and three sisters, Anne Irwin, Seattle, Ruby Fudge, Downey, Calif., and Ethel Jonnum, Lancaster, Calif. (Everson Funeral Home, Williston)

ANDERSON, George Ivar 
George I. Anderson, 86, Columbus, Ohio, formerly of Williston, died Nov. 1, 1996, at his home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Buehler-Larson Funeral Home, Mandan. 

George Ivar Anderson, 86, formerly of Mandan and Williston, died Nov. 1, 1996, in his daughter's home in Columbus, Ohio. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Buehler-Larson Funeral Home, Mandan, with the Rev. Mark Phillips officiating. Burial will be in Mandan Union Cemetery.
Visitation will begin at noon Sunday at the funeral home.
George was born Jan. 4, 1906, in Mandan, the son of Samuel and Thyra (Larson) Anderson. He was raised and educated in Mandan and received his degree in engineering from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. He married Mildred Dawson, April 11, 1948, in Mandan, where they lived until they moved to Williston in 1955. He was employed by the State Highway Department, retiring as a district engineer in 1975. Mildred died in June 1988. He moved to Columbus in 1990. George was a member of the Society of Professional Engineers and Cinephiles and a past member of the Williston Strings. He loved to play the violin since learning to play at the age of seven.
George is survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Ellen and Leonard Berglund Jr., Columbus; one son, Robert, Williston; two grandchildren, Leonard Berglund III and Genevieve Berglund, both of Columbus.
He was preceded in death by his wife; and one sister, Alvera Anderson.
The family prefers memorials to the Opportunity Foundation of Williston, 612 E. Broadway, Williston, N.D. 58801. 

George Ivar Anderson, 86, formerly of Mandan and Williston, died Nov. 1, 1996, in his daughter's home in Columbus, Ohio. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Buehler-Larson Funeral Home, Mandan, with the Rev. Mark Phillips officiating. Burial will be in Mandan Union Cemetery. 
Visitation will begin at noon Sunday at the funeral home. 
George was born Jan. 4, 1910, in Mandan, the son of Samuel and Thyra (Larson) Anderson. He was raised and educated in Mandan and received his degree in engineering from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. He married Mildred Dawson April 11, 1948, in Mandan, where they lived until they moved to Williston in 1955. He was employed by the State Highway Department, retiring as a district engineer in 1975. Mildred died in June 1988. He moved to Columbus in 1990. 
George was a member of the Society of Professional Engineers and Cinephiles and a past member of the Williston Strings. He loved to play the violin since he learned to play at the age of seven. 
George is survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Ellen and Leonard Berglund Jr., Columbus; one son, Robert, Williston; and two grandchildren, Leonard Berglund III and Genevieve Berglund, both of Columbus. 
He was preceded in death by his wife; and one sister, Alvera Anderson. 
The family prefers memorials to the Opportunity Foundation of Williston, 612 E. Broadway, Williston, N.D. 58801. 

ANDERSON (DAVIDSON), Grace Luella 
HETTINGER -- Grace Luella Davidson, 74, Hettinger, died July 15, 1997, in the Hettinger hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. MDT Saturday at Hettinger Lutheran Church, with burial in Alden Cemetery, rural Regent.
She is survived by her husband, Norman; one son, Byron, Hettinger; one daughter, LaRay Edmundson, Calgary, Alberta; two brothers, Gilmer Anderson, Regent, and Merlin Anderson, Detroit Lakes, Minn.; and one sister, Marian Larson, Dickinson. (Evanson-Jensen Funeral Home, Hettinger) 

ANDERSON, Gustav Torald "G,T." 
UNDERWOOD -- Gustav Torald (G.T.) Anderson, 93, Underwood, formerly of Turtle Lake, died Nov. 7, 1996, in the Turtle Lake hospital. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Turtle Lake. Burial will be in Turtle Lake Cemetery. 
Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday, at Goetz Funeral Home, Turtle Lake, and will continue one hour prior to services, at the church. 
Gustav Torald (G.T.) Anderson was born March 8, 1903, at rural Turtle Lake to Abraham T. and Julia (Vigdahl) Anderson. He attended school at Turtle Lake and graduated from Turtle Lake High School in 1922. After graduation he worked as a postal clerk and assistant postmaster. He attended civilian military training in the summer of 1922 and 1923 at Fort Snelling. He then enrolled in the printing class at Wahpeton State School of Science, completing the two-year course in four months. 
G.T. worked for the Washburn Leader for a time and in November of 1925 started the McLean County Journal at Turtle Lake. He purchased the Turtle Lake Wave, which had also been published in Turtle Lake in the mid-1930s, and merged the two papers. He also published the Underwood Reporter in 1929 for about a year. In the late 1920s he showed silent movies at the local Roxy Theater. He sold the printing and newspaper business to his son in 1970. 
He married Polly Badraun July 31, 1938, at Turtle Lake. They lived in Turtle Lake all their lives, where Polly also operated a beauty shop. After their retirement they did some traveling. They became residents of Sheridan Memorial Home at McClusky in June of this year, and in August G.T. became a resident of the Prairieview Nursing Home at Underwood. Polly returned to their home in Turtle Lake. 
He was a charter member of Turtle Lake Lions Club, treasurer for nine years and secretary for the St. Paul's Lutheran congregation. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, clerk for Lake Williams School District for 28 years and a member of Turtle Lake Fire Department since 1923 and secretary for 10 years. G.T. was a member of the 50-years State Printers, member of Turtle Lake Alumni Association, life member of Turtle Lake Commercial Club, and over 50 year member of the Modern Woodmen of America. He enjoyed traveling, reading, coin and stamp collecting, yard work and tinkering. 
He is survived by his wife, Polly, Turtle Lake; one son and daughter-in-law, Gerald and Janelle, Turtle Lake; one daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Tom Kleiv, Niceville, Fla.; grandchildren, Dean and Judy Anderson, Sheridan, Ore., Nancy and Willie Wilson, Coleharbor, Jason and Audrey Anderson, Turtle Lake, Craig Kleiv, Tallahassee, Fla., and Dain Kleiv, Tampa, Fla.; seven great-grandchildren; one brother, Emil, Turtle Lake; and three sisters and one brother-in-law, Gladys and Emil Wirtz, Turtle Lake, and Ida Brown and Ingeletta Edgar, both of Marysville, Wash. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Arthur, Haven, Theodore and Edwin; and three sisters, Bertha, Anna and Taletta. 

ANDERSON, Lincoln R. 
FINLEY -- Lincoln R. Anderson, 76, Finley, died Oct. 31, 1996, in his home. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Finley Lutheran Church, with burial in Finley Cemetery.
He is survived by one son, James, Mandan; two brothers, Sherman, MontRose, Minn., and Gunder, Minneapolis; and one sister, Wanda Schulz, Minneapolis. (Stanley-Iverson Funeral Home, McVille) 

ANDERSON, Lizzie 
HETTINGER -- Lizzie Anderson, 91, Hettinger, died July 4, 1997, in the Hettinger hospital. Services will be today at Hettinger Lutheran Church.
She is survived by two daughters, Helen James, Rapid City, S.D., and Avis Becher, West Fargo; two sons, Roger, Williston, and Norman, Lisbon; and two sisters, Esther Femrite and Ruth Feste. (Evanson-Jensen Funeral Home, Hettinger)


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