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The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA., July 19, 1929, page 1

     Albert Bertschi, Glenwood pioneer, died at the age of 73 at his home in Glenwood Saturday. He first settled in the Panakanic district, then operated a store in Glenwood. His wife died two years ago. He leaves three sons and two daughters. Funeral services were held in Glenwood Sunday.

The Goldendale Sentinel, Goldendale, WA., July 18, 1929, page 6

     The funeral of Albert Bertschi was held Sunday at the church, services were conducted by Rev. Good, of Trout Lake. He was laid to rest in the Mt. Adams cemetery, the Masonic burial service being used at the cemetery. Mr. Bertschi passed away on July 13, 1929, at the age of 72 years, 9 months and 4 days. He has not been well since his wife passed away in May, 1925. He suffered a stroke about a month ago and never regained his health. He has lived here the greater part of his life. He was married to Miss Ella Cole, a Glenwood girl, and his children, six in all, were born here. He was well and favorably known. As an early pioneer he always took an active part in community affairs. He leaves to mourn his loss six children and twelve grandchildren. The children are as follows: Albert P. Bertschi and Mrs. Tressa Feller, Glenwood; Ike Bertschi, Mrs. Ada Gardner and Mrs. Mable Vernon, San Jose, Calif., and Dave Bertschi, Portland. The many friends of the family extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.

The Oregonian, Portland, OR., July 21, 1929, page 25


            CENTERVILLE, Wash., July 20. (Special) Funeral services were held this week for Albert Bertschi, 72, who died at his home at Glenwood, Wash., July 13.  He lived all his life in the vicinity of Glenwood.  He married Miss Della Cole of Glenwood.  Mr. Bertschi leaves six children and 12 grandchildren.  The children are: Albert P. Bertschi and Mrs. Tressa Feller, Glenwood, Wash.; Mike Bertschi, Mrs. Ada Gardner and Mrs. Mabel Vernon, San Jose, Cal., and Dave Bertschi, Portland.  He was buried in the Mount Adams cemetery.  The Masonic burial service was used at the cemetery, conducted by Rev. Mr. Good of Trout Lake, Wash.


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