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Perham Enterprise Bulletin
Perham, Otter Tail County, Minnesota
Thursday, October 5, 1978

Hattie Wanderi, 84 services held Thursday
Hattie Wanderi, 84, Perham, died at Perham Memorial Hospital Tuesday, September 26. Services wee held at 1:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Church, Perham, with the Rev. Henry Kietzman officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Born in Corliss Township, October 26, 1893, she was a daughter of August and Fredericka Lubitz. She was married to William Wanderi in Corliss Township August 8, 1911, and they farmed in Corliss until 1948 when they retired and moved to Perham. Her husband died in May, 1959, and a son, Herman, died in October, 1975. Surviving are four sons and three daughters, Emil, John, Bernard, Ferdinand, Mrs. Pet (Dora) Wientjes, Mrs. Kurt (Luella) Schroeer and Mrs. Gerald (Erna) Davidson, all of Perham, a brother William Lubitz, Perham; a sister Augusta Holte, Fargo; 29 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren.

Perham Enterprise Bulletin
Perham, Otter Tail County, Minnesota
Thursday, May 28, 1959

Final Rites for William Wanderi Held
William F. Wanderi, 73, died on May 22. He had spent his lifetime in this community.
The son of Carl and Augusta Wanderi, William was born on April 28, 1886 in Corliss township. In 1912 he married Hattie Lubitz. They farmed for 63 years before retiring and moving to the village. He was a trustee of St. John's Lutheran church in Corliss for twenty-six years. Survivors include his wife, eight children, Herman, Emil, John, Ferdinand, Dora (Mrs. Peter Wintjes); Luella (Mrs. Kurt Schoeer) and Erna (Mrs. Gerald Davidson), all of Perham and Bernard of New York Mills; and twenty-eight grandchildren. He also leaves two brothers, Albert Wanderi of Butler and Henry Wanderi of Perham; five sisters, Mrs. John Fiedler of Corliss, Mrs. Herman Brasel of Perham, Mrs. John Harald of Page, North Dakota, Mrs. Harry Collins of Casselton, North Dakota, and Mrs. John Rothiger of New York Mills.
One brother and three sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services were held May 25 from St. Paul's Lutheran church with Rev. Robert Haltner, Sr., officiating. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Art Heuer, Elmer Harold, Alfred Nelson, Alvin Wanderi, Lawrence Brasel and Herbert Lubitz.

Edward Wangerin Dies
Parkers Prairie, March 1, 1920 -Edward Wangerin passed away Tuesday afternoon, February 24, at the home of his grandson, Harry J. Eggert. Mr. Wangerin was 84 years old and has been sick several years.He leaves an aged widow, three sons, four daughters and several grandchildren. The sons are Gust and William Wangerin of Effington Albert Wangerin of Leaf Valley, the daughters are Mrs. John Eggert of Valley City, North Dakota, Mrs. Herbert Hilliard of Lengby, Minnesota, Mrs. Joe Weichselbaum of Gemmel, Minnesota, and Mrs. Dion of Blackduck.Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the home, Rev. Kelm, officiating. Remains were laid at rest in the north Effington cemetery.

The Perham Enterprise Bulletin
Perham, Otter Tail County, Minnesota
Thursday, December 18, 1957
Frank Wasche Dies At Jamestown
Frank Wasche died at Jamestown, North Dakota on December 17 of a heart attack. Mr. Wasche was born and raised in Perham and left this community about 30 years ago. He was married to Isabel Seifert. survivors include his wife, two daughters and one sister, Sister Norbertine, O.S.B., of St. Joseph's Convent. Funeral services will be held at Jamestown on December 20.

Sebeka Review Messenger

January 20, 1922
Mr. Edmund Chapman Weston was born in Smithfield, Madison county, New York, April 30, 1836. His parents were James and Miranda (Look) Weston, the former a native of Maine and the latter born in New York. His father was a farmer by occupation and in 1851 moved with his family Wisconsin and settled on a farm in Waukesha county. He died there in 1861. The mother afterwards married again to George O'Banion and one son Thomas was born of the second marriage. The children of the first marriage were Edmund C., Lloyd L., and Clarinda Jane. Edmund C. attended the public schools of Smithfield, Madison county, New York and completed his education in the graded schools at Waukesha, Wisconsin. He enlisted in Co. K. Forty-Eighth Wisconsin Volunteer infantry in April, 1865, serving on the borders of Kansas-Missouri and at Denver, fort Lyons, Pueblo, Colorado, serving one year and mustered out of service at Ft. Levenworth in 1866 and receiving an honorable discharge at Madison, Wisconsin the same year. In 1868 he moved his family to Butler county, Iowa, thence to Ottertail county Minnesota, where he entered claim to the homestead he occupied until his death. Mr. Weston was married in Pewauka, Waukesha county, Wisconsin in 1860 to Hulda Ann Hills, daughter of Cromwell and Lucy Hills. Six children were born to this union as follows: Stephen W., Ina Belle, Lauren L., James L., George A., and Albert I. All the children except George A. reside in Ottertail county. Mr. Weston has always been a Republican and in 1899 was elected on that ticket to the state legislature, serving one term. He was a schoolmate of Senator Knute Nelson and Senator Cushman K. Davis. He was a member of the G.A.R. at Wadena. Being an active political worker, having occupied township, county and state offices he gained a wide circle of esteem and universally respected friends. Mr. Weston died Saturday, December 31st, at 8:20p.m. and was buried at Hillview cemetery Wednesday, January 4, 1922, He was 85 years 8 months and 4 days old at time of death.







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