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Delphine Lindskoog Erickson born 28 June 1884 ---died 9 March 1939



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MRS. ERICKSON DIED THURSDAY
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Was Faithful Choir Director of Evangelical Mission Church
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It was with a feeling of deep regret that Odebolt friends learned of the death of Mrs. E. O. Erickson, who passed away Thursday morning.
Delphine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lindskoog, was born in Wheeler township June 28, 1884. She received her education in the rural schools of Wheeler township and in the Odebolt high school.
On Feb 28, 1906, She was united in marriage with E. O. Erickson and together with him moved that year to Monona County where they resided four years. The couple then moved to Ida county and later to Sac county. In December of 1918 they moved to Odebolt where they have since resided on Sixth street. Mr. Erickson is the owner of the E. O. Erickson Produce Co. Located on Main and Third streets.
Mrs. Erickson passed from this life, March 9, 1939 and at the time of her passing, her age was 54 years, eight months and 10 days. Her death was not unexpected as she had been a sufferer for several months and it was known that death was imminent. Her illness was of long duration and accompanied by much suffering, but her spirit was strong and it was with patience and fortitude that she bore her affliction.
Mrs. Erickson became a member of the Evangelical Mission Church June 10, 1900. She was always ready to help with her church work and took active part in it. She remained faithful as choir director until illness prevented her from continuing this cherished service. She was also organist for the Mission Ladies Aid society for years.
Those left to mourn her are her beloved husband, E. O. Erickson; her mother, Mrs. Anna Lindskoog, one sister, Mrs. Wenstrand, and five brothers, Enoch Lindskoog, all of Turlock, Cal.; L. A. Lindskoog of San Diego, Cal; Vincent Lindskoog of Los Angeles, Cal and Milton and Reuben Lindskoog of south of Odebolt.
Funeral services were conducted at 2 pm. Saturday from the Methodist Episcopal church, with the Rev. A. Eldon Palmquist conducting the services. Mrs. Eldon Linman and Mrs. Alvin Huldeen, accompanied by Florence Hedberg at the piano, sang the hymns, "Does Jesus Cars" and "God's Will Done," the requested hymns. Pallbearers were her nephews and cousins: Wayne and Wesley Lindskoog, Warren Hanson, Edmund, Harold and Warren Lundell. Burial was made in the Hayes cemetery.
Among the relatives and friends from a distance attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tubbs, Kamrar; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Youngren, Paton; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hanson and A. Hanson, Soldier; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hanson, Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shold, Mrs. Elmer Larson and Mrs. S. P. Swanson, Albert City; Mrs. Anna Nelson, Denison, and many for Kiron and Arthur.


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