Obit: Bold, Mable (1896 - 1968)
Surnames: BOLD SEVERSON NIES WILSON JOHNSON OZANICH KURTZHEIM LUNTZ BRANDT SCHUETTE MOLLE
----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook,
Marshfield News Herald Collection 01 / /1968
Bold, Mable (1896 -
GREENWOOD, CLARK COUNTY Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Methodist Church in Bismarck, N.D., for Mrs. Vernal Bold, 71, McClusky, N.D., a former Greenwood resident, who died Tuesday morning, Jan. 9, 1968, in a hospital at Bismarck, N.D. Burial took place Saturday afternoon at the Greenwood Cemetery here. Committal rites were conducted by the Rev. Carl Booher, pastor of Grace Methodist Church at Greenwood.
Pallbearers were Hugh Severson, Paul Brandt, Ernst Molle, Melford Molle, Elwood Schmidt, and James Schmidt.
The former Mable Severson was born June 21, 1896, at Greenwood, and was a graduate of the Greenwood High School with the class of 1916. She had taught school in North Dakota and later was employed in the county seat. Her marriage to Vernal Bold took place Oct. 27, 1920, at Chasely, N.D.
After their marriage, the couple lived for several years at Chasely, N.D., and then moved to McClusky, N.D.
In addition to her husband, survivors are six sons, Russell, Mr. Morris, Ill. Dallas, McClusky, N.D. Forrest, Carrington, N.D. Wendal, San Jose, Calif. Darrell, Towner, N.D. Kenneth, Los Angeles, Calif. three daughters, Mrs. Milton (Betty) Nies, Bismarck, N.D. Mrs. Lanny (Bonnie) Wilson, Boulder, Colo. and Mrs. Dean (Donella) Johnson, Bismarck, N.D. two brothers, Claude and High Severson, both of Greenwood seven sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Marion) Ozanich, Mrs. Leida Kurtzheim, Mrs. Abe (Grace) Luntz and Miss Angela Severson, Milwaukee Mrs. Paul (Bertha) Brandt, Spencer Mrs. Lester (Gertrude) Schuette and Mrs. Ernst (Dorothy) Molle, both of Unity and 24 grandchildren.
A sister preceded her in death.
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