from the HDN, Aug. 4, 1958




   Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie Dick Kline, 56, of Rudyard were conducted at 11:00 o’clock this morning at the Lutheran church in Rudyard. Mrs. Kline, a well-known nurse of the Rudyard community, died at Billings on Monday.

   Rev. Theodore Mendenhall was in charge of the service and Dr. Richard Buker of Chester read the obituary. Roger Aspevig sang “Beyond the Sunset” and the congregation sang “Come Ye Disconsolate.” Mrs. Arnold Golberg was the accompanist.

   Pallbearers were Tom Wilson, Leonard Poier, Arnold Golberg, Oswald Gorder, Albert Budeau and Jim Carr. Ushers were Donald Twedt

   and Roy Phillips. Interment was in the Sunset Memorial Gardens cemetery in Havre.

   Survivors include her husband, Ralph E. Kline and four Sons, Donald, Duncan, Samuel Dick and Dan, all of Rudyard, and a daughter, Viola of Rudyard.

   Other survivors are her father, Samuel Dick of Oregon, a former Great Falls resident, and a brother, Samuel Dick, Jr., of Great Falls. Several sisters mourn her passing. They are Mrs. Viola Behrens, Arlington, Calif., Mrs. Noyes Lorenlz Sequim, Wash. and Mrs. Rudy Peterson, Rudyard.

   There are two grandchildren.

   Mrs. Kline was born July 27, 1902 at Great Falls. She was married in Great Falls July 26, 1929. The deceased came to Havre as a nurse in 1927 and the Klines moved to Rudyard in 1931.

   Mrs. Kline was a member of the Montana Nurses Assn. A memorial to the Liberty County Hospital at Chester has been established.