|Turnquist, Julia (1881 - 1965)|
|TURNQUIST HENDRICKSON AXELSON TELL BERTZ FELIX WILCOX DAVIS WEISBERGER BEIER CAMPBELL SMITH|
----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection, Marshfield News Herald 09/ /1965
Turnquist, Julia (1881 - 1965)
GREENWOOD--Mrs. Adolph Turnquist, 84, a lifelong resident of Greenwood, Clark County, died Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 18, 1965, at the Memorial Hospital in Neillsville, where she had been a patient since Aug. 31.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at Our Savior's Lutheran Church here. The Rev. Arvid Myhrwold will officiate, and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery.
The body will repose at the Hill Funeral Home from Friday afternoon until 11 a.m. Saturday, when it will be taken to the church.
The former Julia Hendrickson was born Feb. 19, 1881, in the town of Warner. Her marriage to Adolph Turnquist, who preceded her in death July 28, 1950, took place June 3, 1903, at Greenwood.
After their marriage, they resided in the city of Greenwood for three years, and then moved to a farm south of Greenwood. In 1921, they moved to a farm northeast of Greenwood, where she had reside since.
Mrs. Turnquist was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church and the American Lutheran Church Women.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. E. H. (Helen) Axelson, Chicago Mrs. Paul (Vera) Tell, Palatine, Ill. Mrs. Jerome (Ruth) Bertz, Loyal and Mrs. John (Verdelle) Felix, Greenwood four brothers, John Hendrickson, Clarkston, Wash. Oxil Hendrickson, Osotin, Wash. Donald Hendrickson, Lewiston, Idaho and Roy Hendrickson, state of California seven sisters, Mrs. Marie Wilcox, Cadott Mrs. Sophia Davis, Boise, Idaho Mrs. Viola Weisberger, Walla Walla, Wash. Mrs. Fred (Ruth) Beier, Denver, Colo. Mrs. Helen Campbell, Clarkston, Wash. Mrs. Archie (Esther) Smith, Connell, Wash. and Miss Agnes Hendrickson, Lewiston, Idaho and five grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son, two brothers, and three sisters.
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