Services Saturday For
Mrs. Arthur Sexter
Funeral Sevices will be held Sat-
urday for Mrs Arthur Sexer, 70,
N. Cedar St., who died Wedneday
noon at the City hospital.
Lifelong Owatonna resident, she
was born here Dec. 5, 1883, daugh-
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William
Panzer. She was married Aug. 31, 1904.
He survives as do a daughter,
Mrs. Lauren (Leaona) Foster of
Minneapolis and six sons, Lynn and
Robert of Owatonna, Glenn of
Rochester, Donald of Minneapolis,
Harvey of Milwaukee and Claren-
ce of Detroit.
Also surviving are nine grand-
children, a great grandchild____
daughter, a brother, William P__
zer of Waseca; and three sis_____
Mrs. Henry Karsten of Was____
Mrs. George Karsten of Mo____
town and Mrs. E.J. Braulic____
Services Saturday will be at 2
o'clock at St John's American Lu-
theran Church, S. Oak St., with the
Rev. Elmer F. Ackermann to of-
ficiate. Interment will follow in
St. John's Lutheran Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Conley
Funeral Chapel this evening and
at the church one hour preceding
This one of several old obituaries that I found buried in a box of old photos. I am trying to discover the connection between this line of Panzer's and my own: which is Carl Panzer (1819-1899), Albert Panzer (1875-1931), Alfred Panzer (1904-1976), Robert John Panzer (1932-1991).
Hope this is of interest to someone.