Obit: Halverson, Carl M. (1883 – 1967)
Surnames: Halverson, Hewetson, Anderson, Wollum, Bruchert, Grimes, Lehnertz, Hawks, Burhop, Scharer, Barager, Stasek, Braun, Hopkins, Jacobson
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Apr 1967
Halverson, Carl M. (18 OCT 1883 – 21 APR 1967)
Carl M. Halverson, a resident of Owen (Clark Co., Wis.) since 1931, and a retired retail lumberman, died Friday, April 21, 1967, at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire, where he had been a patient on several occasions these past few months, when his health began to fail.
Sunday evening the Owen Order of Eastern Star Lodge and the Masonic Order held services at the Hoeper and Kraut Fuenral Home, and the final rites were conducted at wo o'clock p.m. Monday, April 24 from St. Katherine's Episcopal Church, with Father Richard Hewetson officiating. Burial was made at Riverside Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers were Henry Anderson, Henry Wollum, Ben Bruchert and S.E. Grimes. Serving as pallbearers were Walter Lehnertz, Dorchester; Donald Hawks, Withee; and Louis Burhop, G.R. Scharer, J.R. Barager and Paul Stasek, Owen.
Mr. Halverson was born October 18, 1883 at Black River Falls, where eh received his education. On May 2, 1906 he and the former Louis Dorothe Braun were married in a ceremony that took place at Ingram. They made their home there for two eyars, and then moved to the community of Bright, south of Owen, where they lived until 1914, before moving to Owen and Withee in 1922. In 1926 they moved to Loyal, where he was engaged in the retail lumber business until 1931, when they returned to Owen and he assumed the manager duties of the O' & N Lumber Company yards here and later at Withee.
Mr. Halverson was an active member of St. Katherine's Episcopal Parish here, the Masonic Lodge, of which he was a Past Master, and of the Scottish Rite Consistory of Eau Claire, and the Owen Eastern Star Lodge.
His passing is mourned by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Rachel) Hopkins, Madison, and Mr.s Everett (Eloise) Jacobson, Eau Claire; a son, Malen of South St. Paul, Minn., and three grandchildren.
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