HOAGLUND, Minnie I. (1897-1930)
Posted By: Karon Velau (email)
Date: 9/3/2020 at 20:22:20
Minnie Irene Hoaglund
(February 22, 1897 – May 16, 1930)
Ida County Pioneer Record, Ida Grove, Iowa, Thurs., June 5, 1930, p.4
Obituary Irene Hoaglund
The many friends of Irene Hoaglund were shocked to hear of her death which occurred at 5:30 Friday morning, May 16 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Will Gensler in Ida Grove. Irene had been very ill for the past three weeks, suffering with pleurisy and rheumatism which later developed into pericarditis, but had been improving for several days when she took a sudden turn for the worse, and within a short time slipped quietly and peacefully out of this life. Irene Hoaglund was born Feb. 22, 1897, at Arthur, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hoaglund. Her entire life had been spent in Ida County with the exception of six years when she lived at Kiron. She received her education in the schools at Kiron and Arthur. In 1914 she became affiliated with the Methodist Church at Arthur. After the death of her mother she remained at home keeping house for her father and brothers. Last spring she came to Ida Grove where she was employed, making her home with her sister. Her death comes as a blow to her family, especially her father, to whom she was devoted. On Saturday afternoon her body was removed to the home of her brother Scott at Arthur, where short services were held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 and at the Methodist Church at 2 o’clock. Rev. Hall of Cushing and Rev. Kruschwitz of Arthur conducted the funeral services. Songs were rendered by a quartet composed of Edna Gilbertson, Mary Baker, Dawson Cornish and Arnold Nickelsen, accompanied by Margaret Noll. She was laid to rest beside her mother in the Ida Grove Cemetery. She leaves to mourn her death, her father, C. J. Hoaglund of Ida Grove, three sisters, Ethel Tunberg and Vivian Gensler, Ida Grove and Edna Clark of Des Moines; six brothers, Charles, Carroll and Bruce of Ida Grove and Russell, Scott and Clarence of Arthur; her mother and her brother, Elmer, having preceded her in death. She also leaves a host of friends who will greatly miss her. Those from a distance attending the funeral were her sister, Mrs. Clark of Des Moines, her uncle, Robert Whitaker of Dallas Center, Mr. and Mrs. Will Conry of Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. David Hartong of Gaza and many relatives and friends from her old home at Kiron.
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