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Submitted: 5/4/09 • Approved: 5/4/09 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R9044-G9044-S3
Birth: May 6, 1892
Death: Sep. 9, 1967
Eda Wilson rites Tuesday
Funeral services for Mrs. Eda Wilson were held Tuesday in the Dell Rapids Lutheran church. Mrs. Wilson died Sept. 9 in Yankton. The Rev. E.S. Skaar officiated with Mrs. John Muller as organist and Mrs. Tom Merry as soloist. Pallbearers were Dennis Griffith, Gerald Hammer, James and Donald Page, Harold Hoyme and Richard Newhagen. Interment took place in the Dell Rapids Cemetery.
Eda Hoyme was born to Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Hoyme near Jasper, Minn., May 6, 1892. She moved to Moody County with her parents and in 1912 the family moved to Dell Rapids where she resided until her last illness. She was a graduate of Augustana College and taught school for several years. She was married to Guy D. Wilson of Dell Rapids in June 1924. He died in August 1931. Mrs. Wilson worked in several business places in Dell Rapids, and retired in 1957 from her position in the New First National Bank in Dell Rapids.
She was a member of the Dell Rapid Lutheran Church, Eastern Star and Rebekah Lodges and the American Legion Auxiliary. She was Past Matron of the OES, past president of the AL Auxiliary and Past Noble Grand of the Rebekahs.
She is survived by her nephew Howard Hoyme, Dell Rapids; five nieces, including Mrs. Marble Hammer of Baltic, Mrs. Rosella Page of Sioux Falls, Mrs. Anna Newhagen of Egan, Mrs. Inez Griffith, Dickinson, Texas and Mrs. Harvey Eitreim, Luverne, Minn., also a half sister and half brother Bernita and Engebret Hoyme of Minneapolis.
Sept. 14, 1967
Contributed on 5/4/09 by dellsfig68
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