Reed, Robert George
Robert George Reed Dies Thursday; Funeral Saturday
Robert George Reed, 54 West Myrtle Street, who had been in failing health the past two years died at 6:40 Thursday evening at his home.
Born Jan. 19, 1875 in Fairview, Ohio, a son of George B. and Mary Jane (Hutchins) Reed, he was married Jan. 1, 1902, in Canton to Mary Jones, who preceded him in death Feb. 20, 1945.
He is survived by five children, Mrs. Helen L. Dodds, Miss Alice B. Reed, Mrs. Mary Hukill, Raymond L. and George B. Reed, all of Canton; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Straley, Grants Pass, Ore., Mrs. Ella Krische, Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Myrtle Burrell, Newark, Del. His stepmother, Mrs. Julia Reed, Grants Pass, Ore., also survives.
Mr. Reed was engaged many years in coal mining and was a charter member of the United Mine Workers of America.
The Rev. J. Dewey Muir, pastor of First Methodist church, will conduct funeral services at 3 o’clock Saturday in the Murphy Memorial home where friends may call. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery.
Canton Daily Ledger
February 2, 1951
Zorn, Eula Edna (Davis)
Mrs. Eula Zorn Dies
Mrs. Eula Zorn, 56 of Astoria, died early Tuesday at her home in Astoria following a lengthy illness.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday at the Shawgo Funeral home in Astoria with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery near Astoria.
Vermont Union p1 column 3
Thursday January 3, 1963
Young, Minnie May (Ashwood)
Obituary for Minnie May ASHWOOD YOUNG
Minnie May Ashwood, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Ashwood, was born April 4th 1877, and died September 3, 1923, aged forty-six years and five months. She was the eldest in a family of four children. Her father and one sister, Hattie Montooth, have precede her in death. Her school days were spent in the public schools of Ray, ILL., near which place she lived until two years ago, when, when with her family moved to Rushville.
On the 8th of February 1898 she was united in marriage to Joseph Young. To this union was born one daughter, Leona.
When a young girl Minnie was converted and united with the Methodist church at Ray where she was a member at the time of her death. During her life she
manifested the desires of an earnest Christian. She loved the Methodist church and it's deepest spiritual and practical principles. She has long been a defender in a vigorous manner of the thorough going principles of righteousness long taught and held sacred by that church.
She was much concerned with religious subjects and very diligent in her Master's service. For years she was a teacher in the Sunday School and was a very regular attendant at the services of the church.
Mrs. Young has been in poor health for some time. About a year ago it became apparent that her trouble might be serious. From then on she became worse and
it was found that she was suffering disease the cause and cure of which has not been discovered. At times her suffering was intense and in our loss we can be comforted in knowing she is at least in rest. She was tenderly cared for by her husband and daughter and by her mother who left her home to be a tower of strength and comfort in the home of her daughter.
There remains to mourn the untimely death of this estimable woman, her loving husband, their only child, Leona, her mother, her brother Herschel Glenn Ashwood of near Adair, Ill., and her sister Mrs. Nora Ritchey of near Rushville, besides many other sorrowing friends and relatives. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon Sept 5th, at the First M. E. Church, Rev. J. C. Brown officiating. Interment in the Rushville cemetery.
ZAGE, Fred A.
Fred A. Zage was born October 31, 1910 the son of Bernard and Dora Jepsen Zage. He died January 27, 1991 at the Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison, Iowa at the age of 80. Fred was born on the family farm in Hanover Township where he lived with his family. He was Baptized a Christian October 8, 1911 and reaffirmed his faith in Christ through Confirmation January 8, 1926. As a young boy, he received his formal education in a rural school near his home. After working for his parents until March 16, 1937, when he and Lavern Schmidt were united in marriage, Lavern and Fred made their home on a farm in Otter creek Township and remained there for 26 years before retiring from farming as a consequence of ill health. They moved to Denison where Fred continued working in various places in the community until retiring in 1975 Fishing occupied some of his spare time, and he enjoyed traviling with his wife Lavern for whom he had a life long devotion. The affection he had for his Lord and Savior, was evidenced by his continued membership in the Zion Lutheran Church in Denison, also serving on its board of trustees. He is preceeded in death by his parents and one brother-in-law Carl Holtman in 1984. Survivors include: his wife Lavern of Denison; one sister Adela Holtman of Denison; and one brother Marvin and his wife Leila of Schleswig, Iowa; other survivors include neices and nephews and a host of friends.
ZAGE, Marvin J.
Obituary obtained from the Schleswig Leader, Schleswig, Iowa:
Marvin Zage was born November 20, 1908, the son of Bernard and Dora Jepsen Zage. He died Thursday, September 2, 1999 at the Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison, Iowa at the age of ninety. Marvin was born on the home farm in Hanover Township where he grew up and received his education in a rural school near his home. He was baptized in Christ, May 21, 1909, by Rev. C. Runge, and confirmed in the Lutheran faith, January 8, 1926, at the Zion Lutheran Parsonage in Denison, by Rev. William Frese. After completing his education, he worked on the farm with his family. On May 11, 1957, Marvin was united in marriage to Leila Petersen by Rev. Elmer Widmann, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The couple settled on the home farm where they lived until moving to Schleswig in 1967. He subsequently worked for Farmers Lumber and Grain for 5 years before retiring. In his leisure time, Marvin enjoyed fishing and socializing with his family and friends over a game of cards. He loved his home and family, and was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Schleswig. Marvin is preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Fred Zage and one sister, Adela Holtman. Survivors include his wife, Leila of Schleswig, one daughter, Donna Neumann and her husband, Ralph of Florence, Colorado; one grand-daughter, Kori Neumann of Manitou Springs, Colorado; one sister-in-law, Laverne Zage of Denison; and a very close friend and member of the ex-tended family, Elnora Petersen of Schleswig. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, September 7, 1999 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Schleswig, Iowa. Rev. Merle Mahnken officiated the service and grave side rites held at the Morgan Cemetery in Schleswig. Marlene Hight provided the organ accompaniment for congregational hymns, "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", "I'm But A Stranger Here" and "My Faith Looks Trustingly". Those serving as pallbearers were Gerald Langholdt, Dr. D.L. Schmidt, Chad Petersen, Lorenz Schultz, Larry Beeck and P.J. Moeller. The family invited everyone in attendance at the service to join them in fellowship and lunch at the church, served by the Ladies Aid. The Huebner Funeral Home in Schleswig was in charge of arrangements.
SAMPSON, Robert William
WALNUT - Funeral services were held 10 a.m. Friday at Union, Miss., for Robert Sampson, 32, who was killed in a truck accident Tuesday at Grenada, Miss. The family had lived in Walnut for several years, moving to Mississippi in March of this year. Robert William Sampson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sampson was born Sept. 28, 1936 at Denison and moved to Jefferson where they lived for six years before coming to Walnut in 1952. He graduated from the Walnut high school in 1956 and was married to Louise Reynolds April 2, 1957 at New Orleans, La. Surviving are his wife and two daughters, Peggy and Mary Ann; a stepson, Vernon Erbe; his parents; seven brothers, David, Arnie, John, James, Wayne, Walter, and Joseph; and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Willie of Folsom, La., Mrs. David Armentrout of Atlantic, and Martha at home, a grandfather, William Thies of Denison.
Hertha Anna Gehring was born on March 17, 1892 near Denison, the daughter of Ludwig and Wiebke Jess Schade. She died May 7, 1981, at Eventide Lutheran Home, Denison at the age of 89.
Hertha was baptized as an infant and later confirmed in the Lutheran faith. She spent her early years on a family farm near Denison attending the rural schools near her home.
On December 18, 1912, Hertha was united in marriage to Wilhelm Gehring at Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. They made their home on a farm near Denison. Later they moved to the Dunlap area where they farmed for a short time before returning to the Denison community. In 1946, they retired and moved into Denison. After Mr. Gehring's death in 1974, Hertha became a resident of Eventide Lutheran Home.
In addition to her parents and husband, Hertha was preceded in death by one son Victor, one daughter Lucille, one great-grandson, two brothers and one sister.
Survivors include two sons, William L. and Louis, both of Denison and two daughters, Adele (Mrs. Joseph) DeConnick of Denison and Arlene (Mrs. Dwight) Jones also of Denison, eight grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held May 9, at 1:30 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. Burial was in the Morgan Cemetery near Schleswig. The Rev. Jack D. Heck officiated at the services.
Pallbearers were William B. Gehring, Edward Gehring, Norman Friedrichsen, William J. Gehring, Edlef Jurgensen, Elmer Sahl and Edward Kropf.
Sept 18, 1953 Kiron Weekly News, Kiron, Iowa
Funeral Services Held Monday for Carl Schiernbeck (1893-1953)
Funeral services for Carl Schiernbeck were held Monday afternoon at the Evangelical Free Church. Rev. J.W. Westlund and Rev. O. Johnson officiated. Mrs. Lloyd Benson sang, "Going Down the Valley" and "Abide With Me". She was accompanied by Minnie Gustafson on the piano. The following obituary was read: Carl Schiernbeck was born June 7th 1893 at Otter Creek township, three miles west and a half mile north of Kiron. He moved with his parents to Davenport in 1906 a the age of 13 and lived in Davenport for three years and came back to Otter Creek township where he worked till 1913. He was united in marriage to Clara Hill from Manilla on July 12th, 1913. They lived in Schleswig one year and then moved to Climbing Hill. They came back to Otter Creek township and moved on a farm tree miles west and 1 mile south of Kiron living there for 21 years. His wife passed away on Sept 23, 1936 leaving him and also nine children. He remarried on Feb 2nd 1939 to Lila Pearl Sorensen of Holstein, Iowa. One child, Earl Larry was born to them but passed away at the age of 2 1/2 months. They lived on the farm on year then moved to Kiron in 1940. Here he operated a portable mill for 9 years and later went into business as a drayman until his illness on the 28th of July 1953 when he was taken to St. Anthony hospital at Carroll where he remained five weeks and three days and passed away there on 4 September at 5:45 pm. A heart ailment was the cause of his illness and death. He leaves to mourn his departure, his wife and nine children: Clarence Schiernbeck of Wall Lake, Iowa; Mrs. Wm. Sudyka (Luella) of Omaha; Wilbert Schiernbeck of Early, Iowa; Louie Schiernbeck of Omaha; Hugo Schiernbeck of Ida Grove, Iowa; Raymond Schiernbeck of Lytton, Iowa; Mrs. Bob Boerner (Lorraine) of Nemaha, Iowa; Mrs. Russell Boothe (Dorothy) of Lytton, Iowa; Mrs. Lamont Skarin (Helen) of Kiron. One brother Herman Schiernbeck of Kiron; Four sisters, Mrs. Bill Carstens (Dora) of Denison; Mrs. Chris Koch (Mary) of Davenport; Mrs. Fred Zauss (Lena) of Wahoo, Nebraska; Mrs. Nick Hollander (Dagmar) of Sioux City; 24 grandchildren and one great grand child. He was preceded in death by 2 brothers, August and Henry and two sisters Mrs. Herman Miller and Mrs. Charles William. Burial was in the Morgan cemetery south of Schleswig. Pallbearers were Ben Obrecht, Ted Johnson, Ray Kollbaum, W.H. Moeller, Fred Kollbaum, and Julius Friedrichsen.
The Denison Review, Wednesday, Sept 28, 1921, Section 2, page 3, column 4
YOUNG WOMAN DIES; ILL OVER TWO
Mrs Herman Miller Suffered a Stroke of Apoplexy Several Weeks Ago, From Which She Did Not Recover
FUNERAL WAS HELD ON TUESDAY
Mrs Miller Is Survived by Her Husband and Children - Deceased Born Near Schleswig
Schleswig, Ia. Sept 27 - (Special to the Review) Mrs Herman R Miller passed away at her home two miles east of here Saturday, September 24, 1921 at 6:30 o'clock in the morning. Mrs Miller had been in failing health for the past two years but the her condition was not considered serious and the news of her death came as a great shock to her countless friends in the community. She suffered with a stroke of apoplexy some two weeks ago which resulted in her death. Tina Schiernbeck was the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Schiernbeck was born in Otter Creek township in 1882 residing in that locality all of her life. She was 39 years and 10 months of age at the time of her death. She was united in marriage to Mr Herman R Miller, February 21, 1905 and to this union seven children were born namely, Arnold, Frederick, Arthur, Benhart, Edna, Gilbert and Robert, all of whom with the grief stricken husband are left to mourn her death. Besides her beloved husband and children she leaves to mourn her loss her father, Wm Schiernbeck, and a step-mother, four sisters, Mrs Wm Carstens, Buck Grove; Mrs Chris Koch, Rock Island, Illinois; Mrs Albert Drohm, Davenport; Mrs Fred Zeauss, Ute, two brothers, Herman and Carl both of this place, and one step-sister, Mrs Frank Carpenter of Ida Grove. Mrs Schiernbeck was a woman possessed of many admirable qualities and had a host of friends in the community where she resided. She was a devoted wife and a kind and loving mother and her loss will be greatly felt in the family circle. Funeral services were held at the Friedens Church at Schleswig, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev Wetzeler, pastor of the church. Interment was made in the Morgan township cemetery. The Review joins with the many friends in extending sympathy to the relatives in their hour of deep sorrow.
SCHIERNBECK, Wilhelm H.
August 29, 1929 newspaper clipping (Denison or Schleswig?)
WM. SCHIERNBECK DEAD
Funeral services for William H. Schiernbeck were held last Thursday, August 22, at the home of Herman Schiernbeck, at Schleswig, in charge of Rev. Kielhorn. Burial was made in the Morgan township cemetery. His death occurred August 19, at Davenport, at the age of 75 years and 3 months. Mr. Schiernbeck was born in Husum, Germany, May 18, 1854, and came to America in the year 1880, locating in Scott county. From there he came to Crawford Creek township until 1904 when he moved to Davenport where he has since made his home. On January 29, 1883 he was united in marriage to Miss Emma Koch and to this union eight children were born. In 1897 his first wife passed away and he was again married on January 16, 1899 to Amelia Hansen, and to them one child was born who died in infancy. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Amelia Schiernbeck, six children namely: Mrs. Wm. Carstens of Buck Grove; Herman and Carl of Schleswig; Mrs. Fred Zauss of Wahoo, Nebraska, and Mrs. Chas. Williams and Mrs. Chris Koch of Davenport; two step children, Otto Hansen of Davenport and Mrs. Frank Carpenter of Sioux City; 36 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Two children, Mrs. Herman Miller and August Schiernbeck, who preceded him in death.
The Enterprise (Blair, Nebraska) April 9, 1997
Irene Kruthoff, 66 of Arion, Iowa died Monday, April 7, 19797 at the Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. Visitation will be after 3 p.m. Thursday at Huebner Funeral Home in Denison with family present from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. that evening.
She was the mother of Mark Kruthoff of Blair.
Irene Kruthoff was born May 1, 1930 to Carl William and Ernestine Sieckmann Schmidt in St. Louis, Mo. She was baptized May 14, 1930 and was confirmed April 18, 1943 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Denison, Iowa. She received her elementary education at the Grant Township School and Zion Lutheran School in Denison. She graduated from the Denison High School in 1948 and continued her education at the Iowa Lutheran Hospital, receiving a registered nurse degree in 1951. She received her nurse practitionern - ship in 1976 from the University of Colorado.
On Dec. 26, 1954, she married Dale Kruthoff at the Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. They lived in Denison until 1957, when they moved to a farm near Arion.
She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church.
Survivors are her husband, Dale of Arion; three daughters, Karen, Cynthia and Kristine, all of Omaha; two sons and a daughter - in - law, Carl of Denison and Mark and Paula of Blair; two grandchildren, Sarah Kruthoff and Ashlee Kruthoff; two step - grandchildren, Josh Biffar and Heidi Green; a sister and brother - in - law, Barbara and Earl Petersen, Lake Park, Minn.; her mother - in - law, Marie Kruthoff of Denison; one brother - in - law and his wife, David and Georgia Kruthoff of Bay City, Texas and three nephews and five nieces.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
SCHNELLER, Donna Mae
Donna M. Kuhlmann, 67, of Raymore, Missouri, died and entered into her promised eternal rest Friday, March 23, 2001, at her home. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Grandview, Missouri with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri. Friends called Monday from 6-8:30 p.m. at the church. In lieu of contributions, the family suggests they go to the Donna Kuhlmann Memorial Fund at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church or the charity of your choice.
Donna was born September 4, 1933, in Denison, Iowa, and was a graduate of Denison High School. She was also a graduate of St. John's College in Winfield, Kansas. She taught in various parish schools including Zion, Litchfield, Illinois; Hope, St. Louis, Missouri; and also taught in rural schools in Audrain County, Missouri, and served as chairperson of the Audrain County Rural School Teacher's Association. She was a lifelong member of the Lutheran's Women's Missionary League and held various offices throught the years. She served her Lord in teaching Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, and served for 12 years on the Holy Trinity Board of Society Ministry.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Hilda (Neumann) Schneller, a sister, Phyllis Burnett, and a nephew, Robert Burnett, Ill. Survivors include her husband of 47 years, Reverend Marvin E. Kuhlmann; a son, Brent Kuhlmann and his wife, Maureen of St. Charles, Missouri; a daughter, Karen Averitt and her husband, James of Lee's Summit, Missouri; three grandchildren, Leah Kuhlmann, Nathan Kuhlmann, and Sarah Kuhlmann; three very special friends, Laura Walters, Brian Walters, and Diane Walters; a brother, Wayne Schneller of Centralia, Missouri; two sister, Arlene Grace and her husband, Dale of Madison, Missouri, and Barbara Chaney and her husband, Larry of Dothan, Alabama; and nieces and nephews.
Donna was a faithful wife and devoted mother, and a diligent keeper of the home. She was a God sent help to her pastor husband. She loved her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ, His church and His people. "O death, where is thy sting? O grave where is thy victory? The sting of death is sin, and the strength of sin is the law. But thanks be to God which gives us victory through Our Lord Jesus Christ." I Corinthians 15:55-57. Hallelujah, Amen.
Park Lawn Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Obtained from the Denison Bulletin, Denison, Iowa
Funeral services for Walter Schneller of Centralia, Missouri, will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Centralia. Interment will be at the Glendale Memorial Gardens in Centralia. Visitation is after 6 p.m. on Friday at the Fenton Funeral Chapel in Centralia, which is in charge of arrangements. Schneller, 92, formerly of Denison, died Monday at the Audrain Medical Central in Mexico, Missouri. Survivors include one son, Wayne of Centralia; three daughters, Donna Kuhlmann of Raymore, Missouri, Arlene Grace of Madison, Missouri, and Barbara Chaney of Ashford, Alabama; 13 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren.
March 13, 1959 The Manning Monitor in Manning, Carroll County, Iowa
Aspinwall man died en route to hospital
Charles Schroeder, 81, of Aspinwall died en route to the Manning General Hospital Friday morning, March 13, 1959.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ohde Funeral home here with the Rev. Lester Moore of the Methodist church officiating. Burial was in the Manning cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy Schroeder, Roy Schilling, Lester Soll, Henry Thomssen, Orren Schroeder and Ray Dammann.
Mr. Schroeder, who was born Nov. 7, 1877, had lived in the Aspinwall and Manning communities all his life. He had moved into Aspinwall in 1920.
He was married to Margaretha Schultz Feb. 22, 1905. They celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary last month.
Surviving are his wife: three children, Mrs. Arthur (Minnie) Fuss, Marcelline, Mo.; Henry Schroeder, Manning, and Mrs. Roy (Gertrude) Mork, Irwin; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one brother, John Schroeder, Manning, and one sister, Mrs. Bertha Ehrichs.
Mr. Schroeder was preceded in death by one sister, Mrs. Annie Ehrichs.