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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