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Harold HALL dies in C.R. hospital; services Monday
Harold HALL

Services were held at the First Lutheran church in Belle Plaine Monday afternoon, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m. for Harold A. HALL, 1608 Fifth Avenue. Interment was in Oak Hill cemetery.

Mr. HALL was born at Belle Plaine Oct. 2, 1894, and died in a Cedar Rapids hospital on Friday, Jan. 23, following a heart attack at his home on Thursday and was taken to the hospital in the afternoon, having performed his regular work the previous day for the Chicago and North Western railroad as a car inspector.

He was the son of Alfred and Margaret HALL. In 1916 he was married to Sarah SCHWALEN in Wisconsin. They made their home in Boone from 1916 until 1918 when they came to Belle Plaine and have since made their home here. They were the parents of two children, Robert HALL of Sioux City, and Mrs. Richard (Betty) RABE of Belle Plaine.

He is mourned by his wife and two children, two grandchildren, Connie HALL and Craig RABE, and one brother, Raymond HALL of Monrovia, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Roy HALL and four sisters, Mrs. Nelle HUMESTON, Mrs. Fred SCHLEMMER, Mrs. Hattie WILCOXON and Mrs. Edith HERMAN.

He was a member of the First Lutheran church of Belle Plaine, the Belle Plaine Volunteer fire department and the Brotherhood of Railway Car Men.

He was planning to retire in October and looking forward to doing a lot of hunting and fishing in his leisure time.

Rev. Walter SCHLIE officiated at the Service. Mrs. Richard JAHNKE was the organist and Mrs. Lorenz PETERSON sang.

Pallbearers were Louis SLOCK, V.E. RUSK, Edward WEAVER, John TEHAN, Jerry KRAJICEK, and Clark WARNICK..

Services were in charge of Peffers Funeral Home of Belle Plaine.

Atending services from out of town were two sisters of Mrs. HALL, Mrs. Charles FREY of Roberts, Wisc., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence BROWN and a niece, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McMANUS all of River Falls, Wisc.
Submitted on Thu Aug 20 21:10:19 1998 by
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OBITUARY NOTICES; HALL - RAYMOND H.
Raymond H. HALL

HALL - RAYMOND H. Beloved uncle of Mrs. Jane KEARNS, Mrs. Betty RABE and Mrs. Margaret McMANUS; great-uncle of Robert A. PENO; cousin of Harold GRAF and Blanche HALL. Services 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn-Glendale, Forest Lawn Mortuary.
Submitted on Thu Aug 20 22:14:00 1998 by
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CLINTON, ROY M. HALL
Roy Martin HALL

Roy Martin HALL, 52, 1010 1/2 S. 6th St., died at 6:40 p.m. Monday in Jane Lamb hospital, after a long illness.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Snell Funeral home with Rev. M. E. LESHER of St. Paul Lutheran church officiating. Delphic chapter, Knights of Rose Croix, will conduct Rose Croix services. Burial will be in Clinton Memorial Park cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home beginning this evening.

Mr. HALL was the son of the late Alfred and Margaret MARTIN HALL, born Dec. 8, 1900 in Belle Plaine. He came to Clinton in 1923 and was married Feb. 9, 1924 to Lena HERTENSEN. Employed by the North Western railroad for 33 years, he was a freight conductor and a member of the B. of R. T. Railway Conductors. He also was affliated with Emulation lodge, 255, A. F. and A. M., the DeMolay Consistory, Kaaba Temple, and Clinton lodge, 363, L. O. O. M.

He is survived by his wife; two brothers, Raymond of Monrovia, Calif., and Harold of Belle Plaine, also several nieces and nephews. His parents and four sisters preceded him in death.
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ROY M. HALL
Roy Martin HALL

Funeral services for Roy M. HALL, 52, 1010 1/2 S. 6th St., who died Monday, were held at 2 p.m. today in the Snell funeral home with Rev. M. E. LESHER of St. Paul's Lutheran church officiating. C. A. BELL was in charge of Rose Croix services, Miss Effie GRUMSTRUP was the organist..

Burial was in Clinton Memorial Park cemetery. Pallbearers were George PETERSON, Joseph MULLEN, Earl WEAVER, Charles SPEER, Jr., Thomas McMAHON, and George KLINKNER.. Attending the services from out of the city were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold HALL, Mr. and Mrs. Richard RABE, Belle Plaine; Nels HERTENSEN, Phillip, S.D., Mrs. Emma SPENCER, Mrs. Jack WILLIAMSON, Janice and Dwight, Sioux City; Theodore HERTENSEN, Kennebeck, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Fred SCHLEMMER, Cedar Rapids; Donald HERTENSEN, Chamberlain, S.D., Hans HERTENSEN, Kimball, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Robert ADAMS Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert ADAMS Jr., Sterling, Ill,; Mr. and Mrs. Russell DECKER, Elmhurst, Ill., Clifford TOWE, Cedar Rapids; Charles SLATER, Boone; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond KNIFFLE, Allison, Frank ADAMITE, Cedar Falls.
Submitted on Thu Aug 20 21:42:58 1998 by
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