Dies Very Suddenly
Mrs. Edwin Lindstedt (nee Helen Louise Schultz) twenty-six year old daughter of Mrs. Goldie Schultz, passed away very suddenly at 5 o'clock, Tuesday, April 27 at Gothenburg.
A few years ago the family resided on a farm northeast of Farnam. Her mother now resides northwest of Farnam.
She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband and small daughter, Bonnie Kay, four sisters and six brothers.
The body lies at the Olesen Mortuary in Gothenburg pending funeral arrangements.
Helen Louise (Schultz) Lindstedt
Helen Louise Lindstedt was born near Cozad June 10, 1921. She departed from this life at her home in Gothenburg April 27, 1948 at the age of twenty-six years, ten months and seventeen days.
She spent her early childhood near Farnam and Eustis and has lived the remainder of her life near and in Gothenburg.
Helen Louise was united in marriage to Edwin Lindstedt on October 18, 1941. To this union one daughter, Bonnie Kay, was born.
She leaves to mourn her sudden departure, her husband, daughter, her mother, Mrs. Goldie Schultz of Farnam; four sisters, Mrs. Clarence Eckers of Los Angeles, California, Mrs. Leonard Beery and Mrs. Loren Beery of Gothenburg and Miss Betty Schultz of Farnam; six brothers, Charles and Alvin of Los Angeles, California, Harold, Robert, William and Roger of Farnam, and many other relatives and a host of friends.
Her father, Charles F. Schultz, preceded her in death on July 10, 1944.
Funeral services held Saturday afternoon at the Olesen Funeral Home were conducted by Rev. C. A. Mock, pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist church. Burial was in the Gothenburg Cemetery.
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