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Notice in the 13 Oct 1932 Ida Grove paper:

Augusta Sophia Huldeen (MRS. H. NYBERG) DIES IN HAYES TP.

A Resident of Lawton Had Been Convalescing Among Friends

Southwest Hayes, Oct. 12—

Mrs. Herman Nyberg passed peacefully away Friday morning at the home of Nelly and Nettie Winquist in Town. Mrs. Nybergs home was at lawton. She came to the Winquist home twelve weeks ago, following an operation at the ida Grove hospital.

Mrs. Augusta Sophia Nyberg was born 16 may 1872 in Vasterike Smaland, Sweden and passed away 30 Sept 1932 at the age of 60 years, 4 months and 14 days. She came to America in 1901, directly to this locality. For a number of years she worked for her brother, Emil Huldeen in Hayes Township and then moved with him to Lawton, which was her home until she was brought here. Augusta Sophia Huldeen was untied in marriage to Herman Nyberg at Lawton in the year 1913. They were engaged in farming during their stay in Lawton. Mrs.Nyberg was a quiet nature. She was kind hearted and was a trustworthy friend and neighbor. During her illness she bore her ills and pains most patiently. She had many old time friends and made many new friends during her short stay here.

Besides the bereaved husband she leaves to mourn her departure one sister and one brother in Sweden and one brother Emil Huldeen of Kiron. She also leaves a number of other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held from the Baptist church Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock, conducted by the pastor Rev. G. Carlson. There were many beautiful floral offerings. Special singing was rendered. The pall bearers were: C. B. Larson, John Palm, C. W. Nelson, Oscar Johnson, H. L. Ward and C. S. Johnson. Interment was made in the Arthur Baptist Cemetery.

Those who attended the funeral from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Gust Nyberg and son and Miss Ellen Larson of Lawton, Mr. Hugo Johnson and daughter Edith of Albert Lea, Minnesota, Edwin Johnson of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. A. Ackerson of Odebolt.