FUNERAL PLANS WAIT WORD FROM RELATIVES
Pending word from relatives, funeral services for Charles A. Boehl, 75, 1421 G. Street, who died yesterday morning are being held in abeyance. The body is resting at the Brower-Wann chapel.
Mr. Boehl was a pioneer of central Idaho and a resident of Lewiston for the past 14 years, prior to that living in the Kendrick section where he was a member of the I.O.O.F. lodge and its past master. He joined the order 44 years ago.
He leaves a wife; a son Arthur Boehl, Lewiston; four daughters, Pearl Boehl and Mrs. M. Clark, Lewiston; Mrs. Donald Burnie, Yakima; Mrs. Jacob Lutes, Weippe; three brothers and three sisters: Otto Boehl, Holdridge, Neb.; Fred Boehl, Cheney Wash.; Louis Boehl, Longview Wash.; Mrs. Louise St. Clair, Spokane; Mrs. Elmer Blakeley, Imperial, Neb.; Mrs. A. A. Johnson, Holdridge; also seven grandchildren.
Lewiston Morning Tribune , October 14, 1934
Transcribed by Jo Frederiksen, 2014
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