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Rites Held For Berl Waldo, 77

Funeral services for Berl W Waldo, 77, a longtime rancher in the Amelia-Chambers community, who died at his home April 1, were held at the United Methodist Church in Chambers Sunday afternoon, April 4, at 2 o'clock Rev. Clarence Davis officiated and burial was in Chambers Cemetery. Mrs. Ernest Durre was organist and Stanley Lambert vocalist at the services. Pallbearers were Stanley Thompson, Harold Fullerton, Lyle David, Earl David, Harlan Larson, and Raymond Beed.
Berl Wilbur Waldo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram E Waldo was born in Nance County, Nov. 10, 1893. He married Miss. Emma Zinkon at Ord March 18, 1914. The couple ranched for a time near Ericson then moved to the Amelia-Chambers community which became their permanent home. Five children were born to the couple, Mrs. Robert (Zelma) Kalb of Daingerfield, Texas; Mrs. Kenneth (Mildred) Werner of Chambers; Harold Of Boise, Idaho; Lloyd of O'Neill and an infant daughter, who preceded him in death.
He was also preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Fred and Glen and three sisters, Claudene, Esther, and Bethel. Survivors include his wife, Emma; children Zelma, Mildred, Harold, and Lloyd; 12 grandchil-dren and eight great-grandchildren a brother, Ray, Libby, Mont.; two sisters, Leone Kirschner of Seattle, Wash and Ione Lillie of Virginia Minn. Also surviving are many nephews, nieces and a host of friends. He was a member of the Chamlers Odd Fellows Lodge since 1947.

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