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(March 4, 1923 - October 28, 1945)
The Lusk Herald
November 1, 1945
FRANCES LINDAHL DIES HERE SUNDAY
Mrs. Frances Luceal Lindahl, 22, wife of Ernest Lindahl, died at the Lusk Hospital at 4:45 Sunday morning, having been admitted as a surgical patient the previous Tuesday.
The Lindahls are former residents of Lance Creek, having moved to McFadden, Wyo., recently.
Mrs. Lindahl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Aberle of Lance Creek and granddaughter of Mrs. Gilbert Brown of Lusk and niece of Leota Kobbe, also of Lusk. She is the mother of a two-year-old daughter, Beverly, and has a brother, John Aberle, who is in the service and is stationed on 0kinawa.
Funeral services were conducted at the Peet Chapel in Lusk on Wednesday afternoon, with Rev. Paul Hoover of the Gospel Hall of Casper officiating.
Music was furnished by Mrs. H. J. Templeton, Miss LaVerne Johns and Miss Irene Ellison, who sang "This World is Not My Home," and "Some Time We'll Understand." Mrs. Templeton sang as a solo "In the Garden." Mrs. Gerald Bardo accompanied the numbers.
Interment was made in the Lusk Cemetery.
The obituary ws not available at the time The Herald went to press, but will be published next week.
The Lusk Herald
November 8, 1945
Services Held For Mrs. Lindahl, Wed.
Mrs. Frances Aberle Lindahl, who died in Lusk, Sunday, October 28, was buried in the Lusk cemetery the following Wednesday. She was the wife of Ernest Lindahl and the only daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Otto F. Aberle.
She was born at Parkerton, Wyoming, March 4, 1923. She attended school there and high school in Manville, where she graduated in 1939, making a fine scholastic record.
August 5, 1940, she married Ernest Lindahl at Harrison, Neb. To them, on January 20, 1943, was born an only daughter, Beverly Jean.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindahi lived at Lance Creek until January of this year, when they moved to Powell, and later to McFadden, Wyo., where Mr. Lindahl continues to be employed by the Ohio Oil Co.
After several months of ill health, Mrs. Lindahl submitted to major surgery on October 24, and died at 4:45 a.m., October 28, at the Lusk Hospital.
She leaves besides her husband and daughter, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Aberle, of Lance Creek; one brother, Pvt. Johnny Aberle, now on Okinawa; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown, Lusk; the parents of her husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lindahl, and son, Carl, Seattle, Wash., and the following aunts: Mrs. Ben Keuhn of St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Wm. West and Mrs. George Jeffres, Bloomington, Ill.; Mrs. Gayle Brown, Cheyenne; Mrs. Byron Sessions, Casper; Mrs. Ethel Hollenbeck, Torrington; Mrs. Leota Kobbe, Lusk; Mrs. Dorothy Herbison and son, Bobby Dean Brown, of Lusk; one uncle, Royce Brown, Lance Creek.
Last rites were conducted from the Peet Chapel at 2:00, Ocotber 31, with the Rev. Paul Hoover of Casper, formerly of Lusk, in charge. Music was furnished by Mrs. H. J. Templeton, Miss LaVern Johns and Miss Irene Ellison as a trio singing "This World Is Not My Home," and "Sometime We'll Understand." Mrs. Templeton sang as a solo "In the Garden," Mrs. Gerald Bardo was organist.
Casket bearers were Gene McCarthy, Wm. Croft, John Amend, Archie Liberty, Oscar Hutchinson and Al Laugerberg.
Out of town relatives here were: Mrs. George Jeffres, Mrs. West, Mrs. Gayle Brown, Mrs. Ethel Hollenbach, Mrs. Byron Session, Mrs. Charles Sasse, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lindahl and son Carl.
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