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Willie Riley, about fifty-five years of age, who has spent the most of his life in and around Eagle Lake, died here last Wednesday, and was buried Thursday. He had been in ill health for more than two years and his death was not unexpected. He was well known to all of the older citizens of Eagle Lake, with whom he bore a good reputation and was well liked. [Place of interment ]

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China Robinson, colored, about fifty yeas of age, who has lived in and around Eagle Lake practically all of his life, died here at an early hour last Saturday morning. He had been in poor health for five or six months. China was one of the old-time negroes about town and was well known to all, both white and colored. The funeral took place Saturday afternoon with interment in the colored cemetery. [exact cemetery ] China’s death ws due to dropsical trouble.

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Mr. Passmore was in the well probably fifteen or twenty minutes before those working at the top were able to rescue him. A hook tied to a rope was lowered, the hook catching one of his trousers legs. In this manner the foot was raised and a loop lowered, roping the foot, and by this foot his unconscious form was pulled to the top.

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Age 59 of Fridley. Larry passed away peacefully on February 5th, 2016, in his home. He is preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence and Colleen Bahlmann; brother, Loren Bahlmann; and son, Carl Bahlmann. Larry is survived by his daughter, Crystal Asher (Wade Asher); grandchildren, Madison, Cody, Kailee, Tristan, Teaghan, and Jaisa; son, Nikolas Harrington; stepson, Jammey Walker ( Amanda); grandchildren, Jewel, Jazmin, Kylie and Aubrey. Ex-wife and close friend, Joanne Hicks; and his two sisters, Lori and Linda. Larry also had many special non-biological children who called him papa. Larry's memorial is on February 15th at 2pm at Word of Life Church 10730 University Ave. NW, Coon Rapids MN 55448 and laid to rest on February 16th at Fort Snelling National Cemetery at 145 pm gate 2 assembly area 3.

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Age 85 of Edina. Helen was born in Kingston Township, MN, to Everett and Lillian (Johnson) Wills on June 1, 1930. As a child she lived in Minnesota and Oregon. She loved the roses in Oregon and watching the rodeo. In Minnesota she enjoyed picking and eating blueberries and baking pies. Sports included softball and volleyball. After graduating from Kimball High School, Helen set out for Minneapolis and boarded at Mabeth Paige Hall, where she met lifelong friend Bonnie. As a young bride, Helen attended and worked at the University of Montana. A capable person and learner, she obtained a paralegal certificate later in life at the University of Minnesota and then worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Minneapolis until retirement. Helen was a devoted and loving mother and grandmother, with a gentle sense of humor and a knack for nicknames for her children. She loved to learn about current trends and events. Helen fed her intellectual curiosity through books and by constantly finding newspaper and magazine articles of interest to herself and for others. Nonjudgmental, socially progressive and with a sense of justice, Helen encouraged her daughters in all ways and made numerous sacrifices on their behalf. A beautiful person inside and out, she had good common sense and good fashion sense. Helen was a member of St. Stephen Lutheran Church and was a past member of the AAUW. Helen is survived by sister Marilyn Claire of Chaska, as well as daughters Barbara and Linda (Larry Knickerbocker); grandchildren Andrew and Tommy; nieces, nephews, friends, and other relatives. Preceded in death by siblings Ramona Johnson, Ronald Wills and Joanne Cramer. Memorial service to be held on Monday, June 6, at St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Bloomington: 8400 France Ave. S., 55431. Visitation at 10 am, followed by an 11 am service. Luncheon to follow at the church. Interment has taken place at Prairie Oaks Memorial Eco Gardens, Inver Grove Heights. Special thanks to the Edina Care Center and especially the staff and volunteers in the memory care area, where social worker Erin focuses on the abilities of residents and not their disabilities. Hugs and kisses to Helen's surrogate sister Elaine. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Alzheimer's Association: 7900 W. 78th Street, Edina, MN 55439, or to the donor's favorite charity. (Published in the Star Tribune on May 29, 2016)