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Minnie Kolls of Bridgewater, South Dakota. Services were held Friday, October 11 at Interment was in Morgan Township cemetery in Schleswig. She was raised in Galva and attended the public schools there. She then taught in the public schools at Ute, Schleswig and Galva, Iowa. On November 2, , Ethel was united in marriage with Emil M.

Peters at Schleswig, Iowa. To this union one son, Wayne, was born. They made their home in Denison where Mr. Peters was Clerk of the District Court for many years and Ethel was very active in civic and church organizations. Emil died October 8, , and Ethel continued to reside at their home in Denison until July of , when she moved to the Eventide Lutheran Home in Denison. Ethel entered the Crawford County Memorial Hospital on December 31, , and it was there her death occurred Saturday evening, January 8, At the time of her death she had attained the age of 92 years, 6 months, and 1 day.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and three brothers. Ethel is survived by her son, Dr. Also surviving are many nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at Comfort in music was provided by Mrs.

Terry Magden, soloist and Glenn Rankin as organist. Casket bearers included J. Eastern Star services were held at 7: Mary Klauer Helen F. Clausen Mason - Funeral services were held for Mrs. She grew up and attended school in Crawford County. She was baptized in the Lutheran faith on September 30, and was confirmed on February 28, She is survived by her husband, Howard, three children, Wayne and LaDonna of Omaha and Garry at home; 3 grandchildren, her parents, Mr. Daniel Clausen of Schleswig and one sister, Clara, Mrs.

Melvin Teut of Denison. She attained the age of 50 years, 2 months and 2 days. Interment was made in the cemetery at Soldier Township. Herman Christopher was born on October 22, near Westside where he also grew up to manhood.

On March 1, he was married to Sophie Wiese. They farmed in the Westside vicinity until they moved to Westside. In they moved to Spirit Lake and in they moved to Schleswig.

He is survived by four children; Mrs. He is preceded into death by his parents, five brothers, and four sisters. He attained the age of 86 years, 10months and one day. Interment was made at the Westside Cemetery, Westside, Iowa. Mary Klauer Hugo C. Moeller - Dr. Moeller of San Francisco, California University of California medical Center professor, died suddenly June 1, of natural causes at the age of He was a recognized authority on peptic ulcers and ulcerative colitis.

He was born on July 9, at Schleswig, Iowa, where he attended rural school and high school. He interned at St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago in Moeller was a resident of medicine at the University of Chicago from to , where he received his Ph.

Moeller, as a member of a San Francisco research team, was cited twice in recent years by the American Medical Association - once for research into the serious disease of ulcerative colitis, and last year for a scientific teaching exhibit.

He also held membership in the county, state and national medical association. His father, John D. Two sisters, Jessie, Mrs.

Walter Jaacks from Denison, Louis, Mrs. Leslie Hinrichsen of Ute; two brothers, John H. Also nieces, nephews and many relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother in She was accompanied on the organ by Mrs. The honorary pallbearers were: Military honors were conducted by the V. Burial was made in the Morgan cemetery. In June of , she was united in marriage to William Beermann at Denison.

To this union were born two daughters. They made their home on a farm south of Denison. Beermann's death in , Johanna moved into Buck Grove. They returned to the farm south of Denison. To this union were born four children, three of which died in infancy. After retiring to Denison Mr. Nulle died in Since that time, Johanna has continued to make Denison her home.

For the past number of years she has been a resident of Eventide Lutheran Home. Johanna was baptized and later confirmed in the Lutheran faith. She was a long time member of Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. In addition to her parents and her husbands, Johanna was preceded in death by three children in infancy, one granddaughter, one great granddaughter, three brothers, and two sisters.

Survivors include three daughters, Margaret, Mrs. Rudolph Hollander and Edna, Mrs. Edward Bandow, both of Denison, and Mildred, Mrs.

Leon Neubauer of Ida Grove. Also by ten grandchildren, ten great grandchildren and five sisters, Mrs. Olga Beermann of Denison, Mrs. Frieda Voege of Manning, Mrs. Anna Rickers of Westside, Mrs. Minnie Brockmann of Carroll and Mrs. Alvina Kohlbeck of Fort Worth, Texas.

Funeral services were held Jan 10 at 1: Jack Heck officiated at the services. Funeral arrangements were made under the direction of the Huebner Funeral Home of Denison. Mary Klauer Albert C. Washington, died suddenly on November 6, Jensen was born in Crawford County, Iowa and lived and farmed in Crawford County for a number of years. He worked as an auto-mechanic for four years in Denison, Iowa, before moving to Seattle, Washington in He worked as an aeromechanic for the Boeing Company in Seattle until his retirement in He was a member of the Aero-Mechanics' Union.

Jensen is survived by his wife Lucinda Jensen; one daughter, Joleen Mrs. Funeral services were held in the Acacia Funeral Home, Seattle, on Monday, November 10th and were followed by cremation. Bob Kuehl Albert J. Grell - Albert John Grell was born Feb. Albert was raised in Ricketts where his family operated a business. He received his formal education in the Ricketts public schools.

He was baptized and later confirmed in the Lutheran faith. They farmed for a short time before going into the bulk oil business in Ricketts. Later they operated a service station in addition to the oil business. In Albert entered into a partnership with his son and in , turned the balance of the business over to his son. Albert was then associated with the West Central Development Corporation in various capacities until his retirement in In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one son, Richard Gene, and a brother Edlef.

Mina Moeller of Roland Heights. Funeral services were held April 26 at Luke's Lutheran Church, Ricketts. Burial was in the Crawford Heights Memory Gardens. Donald Winterrowd officiated at the services.

Bob Kuehl Albert N. Paulsen - Funeral services for Albert N. A duet composed of Mrs B. Behrmann and Mrs Ernie Grell sang two hymns. Walter Baumgartner read the following obituary: He was the son of Nicklaus Paulsen and his wife Julia, nee Eggen. He attended rural school and grew up in Morgan Township. Albert was baptized and later confirmed in the local United Church of Christ.

He has been an active member in the church, having served on the Church Council and at the time of his death he was a member of the Spiritual Council. He also served on the rural school board and was a trustee of the township. He was united in marriage to Caroline Hansen on August 22, This union was blessed with four children.

Twin daughters, who died in infancy, and one son and one daughter. Mr and Mrs Paulsen spent their entire life in the Schleswig community first on their farm west of town and in they moved to their new home in the town of Schleswig.

Albert was employed by the Green Bay Lumber Co. He enjoyed good health and died unexpectedly early Sunday morning. He leaves to mourn his passing: Morrele Else, Roger L. Bernhard Jensen, Frank Jensen, W. He was married to Leone Schmidt on December 22, at Schleswig. The couple have lived in Schleswig for the past 26 years. Albert Stoltenberg died at the Crawford County Memorial Hospital at Denison on January 30, from injuries suffered in an auto accident on November 4th.

Also survived by four sisters, Dora Everhart, Margaret Stoltenberg. He was a member of the United Church of Christ. He is preceded in death by his wife Leone On November 4, , two brothers, three sisters and his parents. He attained the age of 79 years, one month and seven days. Interment made in the Morgan Cemetery.

Funeral services were held Wednesday morning, October 13, at St. Burial was in the Ida Grove Cemetery. Backhaus was born on January 27, , in Morgan Township near Schleswig.

He was married to Louise Paulsen on September 3, , in Schleswig. He farmed near Ida Grove before retiring. Herman Rusch of Mapleton, Mrs. Dora Wiebers and Clara Mrs. Frank Jensen both of Schleswig. Bob Kuehl Alfred G. He was baptized December 18, , by Reverend A. Amstein, and confirmed by Reverend Carl A. Krog, April 13, , at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ute. He attended Parochial schools in Ute.

He farmed with his parents on a farm near Ute until the age of 14 years. He then moved with his parents to a farm a mile east and a mile north of Ricketts, and continued farming until the time of his death. They were blessed with four children, two sons and two daughters. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Sophie Mrs. Edlef Westphalen and one daughter, Joleen.

Survivors include his wife, Eleonora, two sons, Delbert and Milroy, one daughter, Lois, all at home, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.

Monday, December 9, at St. Warren Hennings, Harvey Hennings. Harry Westphalen and Larry Westphalen. Interment was made in St. Bob Kuehl Alfred H. As a boy he moved with his parents to Woodbury County where they farmed and resided in the Danbury and Moville areas for several years. From until he farmed with his brothers near Soldier. He also did carpenter work. For the past ten years he had made his home with his brother Elmer near Schleswig. He was baptized and confirmed into the Lutheran Faith in at Ute.

He had been a longtime member of St. Mr Stockfleth died on Friday, February 28, at a Sioux City hospital from head injuries sustained in a car-train accident at Onawa on Wednesday, February 26, He had reached the age of 68 years 10 months and 23 days.

Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Hollenbeck of Sioux City and Mrs. He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers. Funeral services were held on Monday, March 3, at Matthew's Lutheran Church with Paster E. Interment was at St. Clair Cemetery at Ute, Iowa. Bob Kuehl Alfred J. He had been in poor health in recent months and hospitalized at the local hospital several times.

He was married to Rosa Hammer on February 11, They lived on a farm near Schleswig, then farmed for 27 years Goodrich Township and for two years in Hanover Township, before moving to Denison in Gluesing preceded him in death on December 7, Gluesing was baptized in early infancy and later confirmed in Zion Lutheran Church where he was a member for many years. Hymns were sung by Henry Henningsen accompanied by Mrs. Fred Rabe who served as organist. Surviving are a son, Arnold and a daughter, Esther.

George Maack, both of Denison, two grandchildren and nine great grandchildren; one brother, Arthur Gluesing of Soldier, Iowa, and one sister, Mrs.

Leona Grill of Denison. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Rosa, two sons, Vernon, who died in the Second World War and Edwin; one daughter Ruth who died in childhood; and one child died in infancy. Huebner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. At an early age she moved with her parents to Crawford County where she attended school in Nishnabotny Township.

This union was blessed with three daughters. They made their home on the family farm in Goodrich Township until when they retired and moved to their present home in Denison. Popken was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith and continued to be a faithful member of the Zion congregation. She was a long time member of the Ladies Aid. Preceding her in death were her husband, Arthur in , her parents, an infant brother and two infant grandchildren. She is survived by her three daughters, Helen, Mrs.

Veron Neumann of Denison, Lorraine, Mrs. Peter Schmidt of Hemet, Calif. Howard Holmes of Denison. Also surviving are six grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and one brother, Harry Rath of Denison. Alice had been in failing health the past several weeks, having been hospitalized in the Denison Hospital on two different occasions.

Funeral services were held Mar. Music for the services was provided by Mrs. Fred Rabe, organist and Henry Henningsen, soloist. She died at St. Luke's hospital, Sioux City, on Jan. Funeral services were held on her 77th birthday, Jan. She was baptized in at St. Hanover Township by Reverend Carl Kunge. In she married Henry Schultz of Kiron at Schleswig. They had two children, Ralph, and Ellen. For 29 years they farmed near Kiron, then retired and moved to Kiron where she lived until her death.

She was a member of St. Survivors include Ralph Schultz of Kiron, Mrs. Harold Ellen Henningsen of Denison, ten grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Albert Clara Hansohn of Kiron and Mrs. Funeral services were held at the St.

John's Lutheran Church on Jan. Burial was at the St. Maxwell Funeral Home, Denison, was in charge of arrangements. Schneider died very suddenly at her home at North Main Wednesday afternoon March Fred Rabe, organist, accompanied the Lutheran Ladies' choir.

Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery. Fritz and Vincent were born to them. She was active in community affairs being a member of the Lutheran Ladies Aid. Preceding her in death were her parents, five brothers and three sisters. Survivors are her husband, two children, six grand children, two sisters. Ernest Friede Anders of Okaben, Minn. Helen Finke of Portland, Ore. Bob Kuehl Alvin T. Weise of Ricketts officiated at the services.

Burial was at the Charter Oak Immanuel cemetery under the direction of Huebners. He is survived by his parents, Mr. Titus Gloede, his sisters and brothers, Mrs. Carl Bohlmann, Victor Gloede, Mrs. Wallace Sunders and Mrs. Bob Kuehl Alwine Teut Eggen abt.

At the age of two she came with her parents to Crawford county, living with them for one year in Hanover Township, then making her home in Soldier township. She was married to John Eggen Sept. They farmed near, Charter Oak and Mapleton until when they came to Denison where she cared for her aged mother. In they went to make their home in Charter Oak until 15 months ago when they came to live at the Saunders Rest Home.

Eggen was baptized as a small child and later confirm in the Lutheran faith in St. John's Lutheran church of Charter Oak. John's cemetery at Charter Oak. Her death is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Haidee Petersen of Charter Oak and Mrs. Helen Kroll and a son, Harold of Ute. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Josephine Lill of Denison and Mrs.

Stella Hermcke of Holstein. Three sisters, one brother and two daughters. Esther Braase and Mrs. Florence Paulsen, preceded her in death. In early infancy she was baptized and later confirmed in St. John Lutheran church at Charter Oak. She was wed to Gill Fredericks on Feb. Fredericks preceded her in death in Fredericks came to make her home in Denison until going to live at Longview Nursing home in Missouri Valley three years ago. Here she died on March Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.

Florence Petersen of Denison, three grandchildren and three great grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Her husband, one son, Walter, one granddaughter, Joleen Peterson, four brothers and one sister, preceded her in death. She was a member of the Ladies Aid for which she was a member for many years.

Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church on March 22 at 2 p. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery in Denison. Fred Rabe was organist and hymns were sung by the Lutheran Ladies Choir. Huebner Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Amanda was raised on a family farm near Ricketts and received her formal education in the rural schools. She was baptized and later confirmed in the Christian faith. On June 27, she was united in marriage to Julius Peters at Schleswig.

They made their home on a farm near Schleswig. They made their home in Sioux City, until their retirement in when they returned to Schleswig.

In addition to her parents, Amanda was preceded in death by her husband Albert, three sisters and three brothers. Paul Daly of Leawood, Kans. Also by twenty grandchildren, six great grandchildren and one brother, Alfred Engelking of Ida Grove. Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 15, at Burial was in the Morgan Cemetery.

Fred Moore officiated at the services. Funeral arrangements were made under the direction of the Huebner Funeral Home of Schleswig. Bob Kuehl Amanda K. In early infancy she was baptized and later confirmed in the Lutheran faith. At, the age of 17 she came to America, making her home for some months in Marshalltown before coming to live in Crawford county. She married John Grell on Nov. William Frese officiating, the first wedding that Rev. Frese performed in Denison. They lived on the farm near Buck Grove and here Mr.

Grell came to Denison. She had been in ill health the past year and died at the Denison hospital on Oct. Funeral services were held Oct. Fred Rabe served as organist, accompanied by Henry Henningsen who sang two hymns. Schroeder serving as pallbearers.

Survivors include the following children, Fritz of Concord, Calif. Dora Schroeder at Eventide in Denison. Preceding her in death was her husband, a daughter Mrs. Lydia Wittock and a granddaughter that died in infancy, a brother Henry Lafrentz and two sisters.

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