SCHROEDER, Charles F.
Friday, 11 June 1937, Clinton, Iowa Herald
C. F. Schroeder, 75, Prominent Goose Lake Banker, Dies
Goose Lake, June 11 - (Special)- Charles F. Schroeder, 75, a director in the Gosse Lake Savings bbank since 1908, a prominent farmer and active in business circles, died at 9 p.m. Thursday in his home after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in his home with the Rev. A. G. Langholz of Preston officiating. Burial will be in Center Grove Cemetery. Mr. Schroeder was born Aug. 8, 1861 in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and came to the United States when eight years old with his parents, Frederick and Caroline Schroeder. He lived in Center township eight years and thenmoved to this vicinity where he spent the remainder of his life. He was married Feb. 18, 1891 to Miss Augusta Husen. Mr. Schroeder is survived by his wife and seven children, Joseph, Carl and Charles at home, Jerry and Mrs. Hans Jurgensen of Goose Lake; Ernest Schroeder, Clinton, and Mrs. Virtus Koch, Miles also two sisters, Mrs. Hannah Hinrichs, Clinton and Mrs. Emil Lutt, Niobara, Nebr, and 13 grandchildren.
SCHROEDER, Cornelius I.
Farmer Living Near Schleswig Killed Last Week
Victim Thought Drowned As Car Goes In Creek
Cornelius Schroeder, 31, a farmer living a mile north of Schleswig, was killed Wednesday afternoon when the automobile he was driving ran off a bridge a mile west and a half mile north of Schleswig and overturned in a creek. He was found at 4:30 o'clock by a neighbor, Ed Reinking. Schroeder's watch had stopped at 10 minutes to 2 o'clock, indicating the time of the accident. W.K. Bryan, county coroner, who visited the scene of the accident shortly after the body was found, stated that the cause of death had not been determined. Schroeder might have been drowned when trapped in the upended car or been killed before the car went into the water. The coroner further stated that tracks on the road indicated that Schroeder had lost control of his car some distance up the country road before it reached the bridge. Schroeder was returning from Schleswig where he had gone to get a repair part for a corn picker. While in town his wife had called to tell him that some hogs had broken out and were on the road he usually took to and from town. Schroeder, in order to look for the hogs and possibly round them up from the rear, drove a different way home and it was on this road that the accident occurred.
SCHROEDER, Detlef Friederich
The Clinton Herald (Clinton County, Iowa) Monday, July 10, 1916 Page 8
Death Claims Aged Resident
Frederick Schroeder Dies This Morning after Prolonged Illness - Funeral Wednesday
After an illness of about a year's duration Frederick Schroeder passed quietly away this morning at 1:30 o'clock at his home, 831 Chicago Street. Death was due to a complication of diseases contributary to old age. Mr. Schroeder was born in Holstein, Germany, October 9, 1839. He was united in marriage in that city to Miss Caroline Hagedon on May 9, 1861. Nine years later they came to America and direct to Clinton County, where they resided on a farm, later moving to Lyons in 1893, where they had since resided. Deceased was highly respected by a wide circle of friends. Besides his wife he leaves one son Carl of Goose Lake, two daughters, Mrs. August Hinrichs of Clinton and Mrs. Emil Lutt of Niobrara, Neb. Twelve grandchildren, four brothers, Henry and Peter Schroeder of Manning, Jochim of Schleswig and August of Whiteside and one sister, Mrs. Hanna Roenfeldt of Bryant. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the family home, 831 Chigago street, Rev. Hugo Grimm, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Ingwersen Cemetery. Friends are asked to omit flowers.
SCHROEDER, Detlef Peter
Resident Here 67 Years Buried Saturday A.M.
Funeral services for Peter Schroeder, 93, were held here Saturday, June 30, at 2 o'clock at the Manning Zion Lutheran Church, of which he was a member, with the Rev. J.M. Ansorge, pastor, conducting the final rites. Burial was in the Manning cemetery. Pall bearers were six grandsons, Lewis Schroeder, Merlin Schroeder, Gilmore Joens, Clifford Joens, Robert Joens, and Donald Rix. Mr. Schroeder passed away at his home Wednesday evening, June 27. The Saturday before he had fallen at his home and had been confined to his bed since that time. He had enjoyed excellent health for a man of his age and took interest in the affairs of the farm and liked to walk about the farm, even attempting to assist in the work. He was walking about his home place Saturday with the aid of a cane, his only concession to old age which helped him, since his sight had begun to fail, when he fell. Mr. Schroeder was born April 5, 1852, at Hohenfelde, Holstein, Germany. His birthplace was east of the Probstein on the east end of the main road to Kiel, parallel with the Baltic Sea coast. He spent his childhood days in his native land and helped support himself by working on a farm. When but a child he found a place in Stakendorf in the Probstein, where he worked during the summer and attended school during the winter. When he was 14 years old he came with his parents to America, landing in New York, July 4, 1866. Their destination was Clinton, where the parents settled on a farm. Mr. Schroeder found work for himself and came to Carroll county in 1877 and purchased 30 acres of land five miles north of Manning in section 20, Washington township, where he has made his home for the past 67 years. The first purchase was in the south side of the section and a few years later purchased the north half. When Mr. Schroeder came to Manning, his land was virgin prairie. In 1907, he purchased the 80 acres across the road from his property, and owned 240 acres of land with two complete sets of farm buildings. He built his own modern home on the north 80 acres. In 1878 on June 20, he was married to Miss Lena Ronnfeldt at Lyons, and immediately after their marriage they came to Carroll county to the bridegroom's farm. This marriage was blessed with one son, who passed away at the age of three years, and in 1883 the young husband lost his wife. In 1885, he married a sister of his first wife, Miss Bertha Ronnfeldt, at Carroll. Eight children were born to them: one son, Herman, passed away May 21, 1928. The remaining children are: Mrs. Albert Joens, Lillie; Mrs. John Frahm, Amanda; Mrs. Walter Joens, Laura; Mrs. John Joens, Lena; Elmer at home; Mrs. Alfred Rix, Elsie; and Edna at home. His wife also survives and he has 11 grandchildren. All live in or near Manning. Mr. Schroeder, the last member of his family, was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers and one sister. Relatives from out of town who attended the services were Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Ronnfeldt and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ronnfeldt of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schroeder and daughter and Fred Schroeder of Schleswig, Henry Lilienthal and daughter of Atlantic, Mrs. August Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schroeder of Westside, and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schroeder of Aspinwall.
SCHROEDER, Elaine Irene
Obtained from March 12, 1942 newspaper
Elaine Irene Schroeder, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Schroeder, nee, Elsie Petersen of near Ida Grove, formerly of near Schleswig, was born on March 5, and passed away on Monday morning, March 9, at the tender age of four days. Brief funeral services were held at the home on Monday afternoon in charge of the Rev. E.F. Schwidder of the Immanual Lutheran church of Schleswig. Interment was made in the Morgan township cemetery. Besides the grief stricken parents, there are left to mourn the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Petersen, all of near Schleswig.
SCHROEDER, Ernest G.
Monday, September 5, 1983 Clinton, Iowa Herald, page 12
Ernest G. Schroeder, 90, of Route 2, died Saturday in Mercy Hospital. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Clinton Memorial Chapel of Clinton Memorial Funeral Home with the Rev. Wayne Brinkmann of St. John's Lutheran Church officiating. Burial will be in Clinton Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. today. Pallbearers will be Glen, Dale, David, Kenneth, and Jerry Rathje, and Gary Schroeder. Mr. Schroeder was born Jan. 31, 1893, in Goose Lake, the son of Charles F. and Augusta Husen Schroeder. He married Augusta Jurgesen, Sept. 2, 1920, in Clinton. He was educated in Goose Lake schools and farmed in the Clinton area all his life. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Merle (Vernetta) Rathje of Clinton; four sons, Raymond E. of Charter Oak, Iowa, Gilbert L. of Goose Lake, LeRoy D. and Melvin E., both of Clinton; nine grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; two brothers' harry of Clinton and Rudolph of Bryant, and a sister, Mrs. Verdus (Doris) Koch of Miles. He was preceded in death by his wife, two brothers, a sister, and a grandson.
Florence, daughter of Louis and Mary Lemster Schroeder, was born April 20, 1911 in Aspinwall, Iowa. As an infant she was baptized into the Lutheran faith by Pastor Wendt. As a young girl Florence attended Aspinwall schools and was confirmed into the Lutheran faith by Pastor Ansorge. On April 5, 1933 she was united in marriage with Henry Thomssen. Their marriage took place in Denison, Iowa, with Pastor Freese officiating. To this union four children were born: Darlyne, Larry, Judy, and Jean. Florence and her husband farmed in the Aspinwall and Manilla area, retiring to Aspinwall. Her husband died in 1978 and Florence remained in their home in Aspinwall until she suffered a stroke in August of 1989. Later that month she became a resident of the Manilla Manor Nursing Home. Florence entered the Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison early June 4, 1990 and died there later that morning at the age of 79 years, 1 month, and 15 days. Besides her husband she was preceded in death by her parents: by two brothers, William and Harry Schroeder; by two sisters, Margaret Schroeder and Emma Shilling; and by a great-granddaughter, Kelsey Lynn Klindt. Survivors include her four children: Darlyne and her husband, Edward Dahleen, of Denison; Larry Thomssen and his wife, Rose Ann, of Manilla; Judy and her husband, LeRoy Lingle, of Manilla; and Jean and her husband, James Christensen, of Denison; 18 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; a sister, Amanda Clausen, of Aspinwall; the following sisters and brothers-in-law, Marie Schroeder, of Aspinwall, Merle Thomssen, of Manilla, and Lester and Estella Schrum, of Manilla; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Florence was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Manilla.
SCHROEDER, Freddie H. J.
Obtained from March 28, 1944 Schleswig Leader, Schleswig, Iowa
FREDDIE SCHROEDER, 29, DIED SUNDAY OF BLOOD POISONING
Death came suddenly Sunday March 19, to Freddie Schroeder of near Schleswig. Earlier in the week, in cranking his pick-up truck, it "kicked" back and the crank struck him in the leg. Although he felt considerable pain, no serious consideration was given to the injury until Friday morning when he was unable to walk. Blood poison set in complicated by scarlet fever, and although all possible care was given him, he passed away Sunday evening. Funeral services were private and held at the home north of town Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Elmer Strelow was in charge. Burial was made in the Morgan cemetery. Pallbearers were: Howard Lenz, Carsten Carstensen, Harry Streck, Otto Rehmke, Herbert Wellendorf and Walter Gosch. Freddie Henry Schroeder was born on October 30, 1914 in Goodrich township. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. He grew up in this community, went to the rural school and was confirmed in the Denison Lutheran church in 1930. On December 19, 1935 he was united in marriage to Miss Elsie Petersen. This union was blessed with two children, Elaine, who preceded her father in death on March 9, 1942, and Wayne Freddie. He farmed south of town for six years and for the past two years has been farming north of town. He was 29 years, 4 months, and 12 days old. He leaves to mourn his departure, his wife, Elsie; his four month old son, Wayne Freddie; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, and Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Petersen, and many other relatives and friends.
SCHROEDER, Hazel Lena Margaret
Worthington (Minnesota) Daily Globe
Tuesday May 13, 2003
Hazel Lena Wiese, 89, of Round Lake, died Friday, May 9, 2003, at South Shore Care Center; Worthington. Born April 24, 1914, in rural Dickinson County, Iowa, she was the daughter of Herman and Bertha Jochims Schroeder. She married Walter Wiese Nov. 24, 1935, in Worthington. He preceded her in death.
She grew up and attended country school and later attended school in Round Lake. After marriage, they lived in Sioux Valley and moved to Round Lake in the 1940s. She worked for Campbell's Soup Company in Worthington. She was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church, in Round Lake, and was a member of Altar Guild and Ladies Aid.
Surviving are one son, Donald (Gloria) Wiese, Paynesville; one daughter; Phyllis Poppen, Lincoln Neb.; one brother Ed Schroeder; Ellsworth, Mn; two sisters, Hertha Kuehl, Loveland, Colo., Vernette Schroeder; Minneapolis, Mn; eight grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.
The service will be 11 a.m. today at Bethel Lutheran Church, Round Lake, with the Rev. Andrew Ritchie officating. Burial will be in Round Lake Cemetery. Benson Funeral Home, Worthington, is in charge of arrangements.
SCHROEDER, Herman Ludwig
1928 Manning Monitor (Manning, Carroll County, Iowa)
Herman L. Schroeder Passed Away After Serious Illness
In the midst of life we are in death. This was brought to the mind of the people in this community, when it became known that Herman Schroeder, well known young farmer, had passed away Monday afternoon, May 21, at the Wyatt hospital. The entire community was depressed and saddened by his death.
Mr. Schroeder accidently scratched his finger on a barb wire, about four weeks previous to his death. Not feeling much alarmed over the slight injury in the beginning, he found later that it became more inflamed and began to be very painful. Consulting his physician, it was found that blood poison had set in, in the very worst nature. Everything possible that could be done, by kind hands and professional skill, was done to prolong his life, but of no avail to better his condition and finally death came as a relief to his worldly suffering.
Mr. Schroeder was an exemplary young man of excellent character and habits, quiet and unassuming, straight forward and honest. He was loved and respected by all and commanded the respect and friendship of the many who have known him all his life and have associated with him. He was ambitious and industrious and his untimely death is sad because of the fact that he leaves a family of small children that need the guidance and counsel of a kind father continuously for some years. One could not help but admire of man of his disposition, genial way and pleasant manners and his death is a great shock, not only to his immediate relatives but to his many, many friends in the community who will grieve and sorrow because of his untimely death.
The large attendance at the funeral services, which was the largest ever held in Manning, and the floral offerings which were many and beautiful, marked the respect and esteem which the deceased enjoyed by the many friends in this community.
Herman Schroeder was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schroeder, born August 3rd, 1886, in Washington Township, Carroll County, Iowa. Living in that community all his life, working on the farm of his parents, being helpful to them wherever he could, he grew up to be a man of sturdiness and noble character.
February 28, 1907, he was united in happy matrimony with Miss Emilie Rowedder, to which union six children were born, of which two, Alice and Arlo, died in infancy. After their marriage the couple located on a farm north of town and have resided there ever since.
Those who are left to mourn his untimely departure are: his bereaved wife and four minor children: Louis age 14, Merlin age 10, Kenneth 6, and Norman 3 years old; also his aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schroeder; one brother, Elmer at home; and six sisters, Lilly (Mrs. Albert Joens), Amanda (Mrs. John Frahm), Laura (Mrs. Walter Joens), Lena (Mrs. John Joens), Elsie (Mrs. Alfred Rix), and Edna at home; and many other relatives and friends.
The funeral services were held Thursday, May 24, from the Lutheran church, the Reverend J. M. Ansorge officiating. Interment was made at the Hayes Township Cemetery. Pall bearers were: John N. Martens, George Ohde, Otto Hinners, Emil Martens, Chas. Thiedeman, and Louis Tank.
The Monitor joins the community in extending to the bereaved relatives a sincere sympathy in the time of sorrow and grief.
Relatives from the distance who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ronnfeldt, Bryant, Ia.; Mr. Wm. Buech, Bryant, Ia; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hansen, Austin, Minn.; Mr. Joe Schroeder, Schleswig, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, Denison, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schroeder, Schleswig, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langbehn, Woolsey, South Dakota; Mr. Harry Wiese, Des Moines, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Charley ?, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Schoenjahn, all of Westside.