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 Thief River Falls - Mayme Hall Aune, 95, died Tuesday, February 8, 2005 at Oakland Park Nursing Home in Thief River Falls.
  Funeral services were held at  Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Thief  River Falls, on Saturday, February 12, with Rev. Terry Olson officiating. Casket bearers included Jeff Halvorson, Richard Wold, Bob Wold, Greg Schmitke and Mark Schmitke.   Honorary casket bearers included Vernon Hall Jr., Michael Hall, Ella Leopold, Kathy Borowick, Donna     Hall, Lynette Wold, Jan Nyflot, Kristi Twedt, Janine Nelson, Kris Hall, Nathan Hall and Brent Hall. Interment will be held at Rindahl Cemetery in New Solum Township, Marshall County.
 Mayme Evenson was born July 25, 1909 in New Solum Township, Marshall County, the daughter of Christ and Clara (Kinley) Evenson.  She attended Busy Bee School and was baptized and confirmed at Rindahl Lutheran Church. She went out working on farms at the age of 15, working in the Stephen-Argyle areas.
 She married Olaf Melvin Hall at the parsonage in Thief  River Falls in 1926 in a double wedding with Olaf’s sister.  The couple made their home in New Solum Township all of their married life, where they raised 5 children.  After Olaf died in 1965, Mayme moved into Newfolden, where she worked as a cook at H and E Café.  In 1967, she moved to Thief River  Falls, working at Paul’s Holiday Motel cleaning motel rooms.
 Mayme married Carl Aune in September of 1967 at the parsonage in Thief River Falls. The couple made their home in Thief River Falls.  Carl died in 1992. She moved to Oakland Park nursing home in 1996, where she had resided since.
 She served as secretary of Rindahl Church for many years, taught Sunday School and was a member of the Rindahl Ladies Aid.  Mayme enjoyed the farm life, reading, flower gardening, her sewing circles and having ice cream and caramel with her daughters.
 She is survived by daughters, Lenore Wold, Janice (Irvin) Schmitke and Carol (Harlan) Halvorson, all of Thief River Falls; son, David (Dee) Hall of Chicago, Ill.; daughter-in-law Doris Seybold of Brownsville, Texas; 17 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren and  5 great-great-grandchildren.
 She was preceded in death by parents; her first husband, Olaf; her second husband Carl; son Vernon; brothers, Leonard and Chester Evenson; sisters Esther McMurray, Ann Borgaard; one grandson-in-law; one great-grandson; and one son-in-law, Rueben Wold.