NAME: Campbell, Iva M. (m. Charles N. Dahlberg)
Funeral services for Mrs. Iva M. Dahlberg, who died Friday morning, were held Monday afternoon at the Hughes funeral home. Rev. J. F. Hutchinson, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated. Burial was in the Storm Lake Cemetery.
Bearers were Charles Spooner, George Schaller, Elmer Spooner, Earl Brader, William Kaufman and E. P. Lucey.
Mrs. Iva M. Dahlberg, pioneer Storm Lake lady, fell and suffered a broken hip last Tuesday evening at her home on Otsego street. She was immediately taken to a local hospital but her condition grew steadily worse until death came at 8:30 Friday morning.
Iva M. Campbell was born at Macomb, Ill., October 23, 1959, and died at the age of 86 years, 7 months and 8 days.
Mrs. Dahlberg was one of Storm Lake's pioneers. On May 1, 1871 while a small child she came with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell, and two sisters to Storm Lake. Her father, one of Storm Lake's pioneer attorneys, also conducted one of the first general stores here for many years. Her father was a Union veteran and served during the Civil War. It was interesting to hear her tell of many incidents and experiences they encountered as they journeyed from the south to the north. At one time they were captured and held prisoners by Quantrill and his guerilla band including Jesse James for about nine months.
Mrs. Dahlberg received her education in the Storm Lake schools. In 1902 she was united in marriage to Charles N. Dahlberg, who passed away in 1915. She was a member of the Universalist church during its existence here. She had made many friends during her life here in Storm Lake. She leaves to mourn one sister, Ida J. Ferguson of this city, one nephew, Earl J. Ferguson, and his wife, other relatives and friends.