|Elizabeth (Sahli) Glatt
Elizabeth (Sahli) Glatt obituary as appeared in Emmons County Record:
Elizabeth Glatt, longtime Emmons County resident, died Tuesday, March 6, 1979 at the Strasburg Nursing Home. She was 82 and had been ill for the past one and a half years.
Mrs. Glatt was born in Glenevadahl, Russia in 1897 to Joseph and Magdalena (Kocher) Sahli. She came to the United States with her parents in 1899, and lived on a farm near Onaka, SD. In 1910, her family moved to the Hague area. On Nov. 9, 1914, she married Mike Glatt. The couple farmed in the Hague area before retiring into the city in 1951. Mr. Glatt died in November 1978. Mrs. Glatt had been a resident of the nursing home since late 1977.
She is survived by four sons, Ben of Bismarck, Pete of Hague Jack and Alvin of Los Angeles; and six daughters, Mrs. Katie Jangula of Aberdeen; Mrs. Mary James and Mrs. Leo (Clara) Olson, both of Los Angeles; Mrs. Frank (Lena) Bauer, Pollock and Mrs. Adam (Barbara) Schumacher and Mrs. Bill (Mildred) Wald, both of Venturia. There are 53 grandchildren and 49 great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Glatt is also survived by three brothers, Frank Sahli, Perham, MN and Peter and John Sahli, both of Menasha, WI; and three sisters, Mrs. Katie Hulm of Hague and Mrs. Henry (Gladys) Hummel and Mrs. Don (Julia) Kelvie, both of Minneapolis. Her parents, two sons and one brother preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held Friday, Mar. 9, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Hague. The Rev. Robert Wuest officiated. Burial was held in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence Bauer, Dennis Schumacher, James Olson, Terry Glatt and Norbert and Jerry Jangula.
Kraft funeral Home of Linton was in charge of arrangements.