"Where Fillmore County News Comes First"
Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
Volume ∞ Issue ∞
- 6:25:36, May 27th 2015 - waytogo - You r so right kim. Guns don't kill people, people kill people. I sat my g ... [Read More]
- 8:54:34, May 26th 2015 - sv80 - To Hawkeye and Wentworth The fact that you resort to sarcasm, ridicule, and ... [Read More]
- 1:50:35, May 26th 2015 - Kim Wentworth - @sv80- my response to the above article pretty much addresses the iss ... [Read More]
- 12:16:53, May 26th 2015 - SV80 - Talk and criticism are cheap, Redhorse51. So what is your solution? Just ... [Read More]
- 6:58:59, May 26th 2015 - REDHORSE51 - Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, May 26. 56 shot and 12 killed over the long M ... [Read More]
- 8:53:13, May 24th 2015 - Greg Rendahl - Jason, while you certainly make some good points in your opinion piece ... [Read More]
- 4:56:30, May 22nd 2015 - Shame on you - "A gun is an instrument of death. It is designed for one purpose, to k ... [Read More]
- 1:35:20, May 22nd 2015 - Michael - As a Navy veteran I salute Ron Scheevel for his service and sacrifice in Vi ... [Read More]
- 12:48:16, May 22nd 2015 - Kim Wentworth - a couple of points in response. the NRA has had a long history in gu ... [Read More]
- 11:57:35, May 22nd 2015 - RogerClegg - Re felon voting: Glad this bill failed. If you aren’t willing to fo ... [Read More]
Fri, Mar 21st, 2003
Posted in Obituaries
Posted in Obituaries
Clinton Gordon Ewalt, 82, of Harmony, a former farmer and retired Granger Co-op Creamery manager, died March 17, 2003 at his home.
Born April 1, 1920, in Bristol Township, Fillmore County, to Tillie and Burleigh Ewalt, he attended Bristol Grove School through the eighth grade, and after graduating from Harmony High School in 1937 farmed with his father until joining the Army Air Forces on Dec. 17, 1941. In the fall of 1942 he was sent to Alaska to work on B24 bombers and in 1944 he was transferred to headquarters of the Alaska Department. After his discharge, he was a mechanic for Todd Implement for two years and then farmed in the Harmony area. On June 7, 1947, he married Dorothy Wanless. He was manager of the Granger Co-op Creamery until his retirement and worked part time at the Harmony IGA. He served on various boards and held offices in the Methodist Church in Harmony and later at Root River Church of the Brethren. Survivors include three sons, Scott of Harmony, Dana of Watauga, Texas, and Glendon of Grand Marais, Minn.; several grandchildren; a brother, Ray of Harmony; and a sister, Shirley Faber of Cincinnati. His wife preceded him in death. A memorial service was held March 21, 2003 at Root River Church of the Brethren, with the Rev. Frances Townsend officiating. Burial was in Prairie Queen Cemetery, near the church. Lindstroms Funeral Home in Harmony was in charge of arrangements.