SCHROEDER, Joachim Ludwig
Jochim Schroeder passed away on Sunday morning, Oct. 15, at the home of his son, Thomas Schroeder, in Goodrich Township,having reached the advanced age of 91 years, 11 months and 28 days. Mr. Schroeder had been bedfast for the past year.
Joachim Ludwig Schroeder was born on October 17, 1847 in Lutschenburg, Holstein, Germany. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith in his native land.
He came to America in 1867, residing in Clinton county, Iowa. Here he was married to Miss Christine Hansen in 1871. To this union eleven children were born, three of whom preceded him in death, namely, Margaret, Mrs. Peter Jepsen, William and Cornelius. Those surviving him are Louis of Aspinwall, Thomas of Goodrich, Henry and Lena, Mrs. Herman Schuett, of Bloomfield, Nebr., Joe and August of Lakefield, Minn., Fred of Goodrich township and Herman or Round Lake, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder resided in Clinton county until 1884 when they moved to Jones county, where they farmed for four years, then coming to Crawford County, farming first in Iowa township and later in Goodrich township. They retired from farming in 1907, moving to Schleswig, where they made their home until July 1926 when Mrs. Schroeder passed away. Since that time Mr. Schroeder made his home with his son, Thomas.
Besides the above mentioned children he leaves to mourn his death 49 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren and one brother, Peter, of Manning.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon at the Gottburg Funeral Home in Schleswig in charge of the Rev. C. W. Schmidt of Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. Members of the Denison Lutheran ladies choir sang two hymns. Interment was made in the Morgan township cemetery. Pallbearers were six grandsons: J. Henry, Fred, Herbert, Harvey, Edward, and Willie Schroeder.
SCHROEDER, Johanna Catherine
December 28, 1928 Clinton Herald
Mrs. Johanna Schroeder Roenfeldt, widow of Hans Roenfeldt, age 83 years, passed away this morning at 2:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gus Lueders, residing on the Main Avenue road, following an illness of five days. Pneumonia was the cause of her demise. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 o'clock at the Gus Lueders home. The Rev. George W. Krueger, of the Zion Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in the family plot in the Center Grove Cemetery. Johanna Katrina Roenfeldt, nee Schroeder, daughter of the late Joachim and Margaretha Schroeder, was born in Hohenfelde, Holstein, Germany, May 20, 1845 and was 83 years, seven months, and eight days of age at the time of her demise. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Church and came to America November 7, 1864 at the age of 19 years. January 20, 1865, she was united in marriage to Hans Detlef Roenfeldt, who preceded here in death December 3, 1899. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Gus Lueders the past three years. Mrs. Roenfeldt was a kind and loving wife and mother, highly respected throughout the county. She is survived by three sons, August, Herman and Otto Roenfeldt and four daughters, Mrs. Margaret Hansen, Mrs. Caroline Buech, Mrs. August Holm and Mrs. Annie Lueders all of this vicinity. One daughter, Emma Naeve preceded her in death a year ago, also two children passed away in infancy. There are 25 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, and three brothers, Joachim Schroeder of Schleswig, Peter Schroeder of Manning, and August Schroeder of West Side.
SCHROEDER, Johanna M.
Mrs. Hannah Hinrichs, formerly of Clinton, died Sunday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Heusinkveld in Iowa City. She had celebrated her 106th birthday Jan. 10. Mrs. Hinrichs had lived with her daughter the last 15 years. The body has been brought to the Bragonier-Fay chapel in Clinton where visitation will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Dr. M. E. Lesher of St. Paul's Lutheran church will conduct funeral services in the chapel at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Springdale cemetery. Mrs. Hinrichs, the former Hannah Schroeder, was born Jan. 10, 1863 in Kiel, Germany, daughter of Frederick C. and Caroline Hagedorn Schroeder. She came to the United States and Clinton county 100 years ago. Her marriage to August Hinrichs took place Feb. 14, 1893. She was associated with her husband in the operation of the Hinrichs jewerly store at 310 S. 2nd St., 28 years. Her husband had built the building. He died March 3, 1917. Mrs. Hinrichs is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Ruby) Heusinkveld of Iowa City; two grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, one daughter, one brother and one sister.
SCHROEDER, John Jochim
Manning - Funeral services for John J. Schroeder, 87, were held Dec. 18 at 2 p.m. at the Ohde Funeral home, with Rev. Lester Moore of the Methodist church officiating. Neighbors were pallbearers and interment was in the Manning cemetery. Son of Henry and Wiebke Schroeder, he was born March 25, 1876 at Bryant, Clinton County. On March 7, 1903 he married Hattie Opperman and they farmed south of Manning. In 1914 they moved to Manning where he operated a garage. Later he had a plumbing and hardware business. Mrs. Schroeder died on Mar. 1, 1958. He was also preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Charlie and a sister, Mrs. Chris (Anna) Ehrichs. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Bertha Ehrichs, Norfolk, Neb., nieces and nephews. Mr. Schroeder died Monday, Dec. 16 at the Mental Health Institute in Clarinda.
SCHROEDER, Melvin Henry
Worthington (Minnesota) Daily Globe, Friday, November 10, 2000
Melvin Henry Schroeder, 72, of Round Lake, died Monday, Nov. 6, 2000, at Royal C. Johnson Veterans Memorial Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD. Born March 1, 1928, in Ewington Township, Jackson County, he was the son of August and Rosa Jacobsen Schroeder. He married Marcella Manitz in 1949. he later married Shirley Warren.
He attended grade school in Ewington Township and then Okabena High School. He served in the Navy from 1945 to 1947. He then returned to Round Lake and worked for Sathers. He then lived in Sioux Falls. After his second marriage, they lived in St. Cloud and Minneapolis for a time before returning to Round Lake. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Round Lake, and the American Legion Post 461 in Round Lake.
Surviving are one daughter, Rozella (Gary) McNitt, Cyprus, Texas; three brothers, Walter (Maxine) Schroeder, Hastings, Harold (Bonnie) Schroeder, Donna, Texas, and Leslie (Grace) Schroeder, Brownton; three sisters, Viola Johnson, Hastings, Helen Sather and Evelyn Wendling, both of Round Lake; two step-grandchildren and one step great grandchild.
Visitation will be from 5 to 7 pm today at the Benson Funeral Home, Worthington. The service will be 10:30 am Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church, Round Lake, with the Rev. Robert Bartlett officiating. Burial will be in the Round Lake Cemetery.
SCHROEDER, Norman E.
Memorial services for Norman E. Schroeder were held Sunday, July 28, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Huron, South Dakota. The Reverend Richard Rinearson officiated with Cheryl Hofer as pianist. Huron Veterans Council provided military honors. Urn Bearers were Chad Bell, Megan Bell, Lindsay Kleinsasser and Alayna Kleinsasser. Honorary Urn Bearers were Jim Dixon, Jack Hyde, Ralph Cooper, Vonnie Kozel, Darrell Hollister, and Jesse Jorgensen. Interment was in the Restlawn Memory Gardens Cemetery, Huron, South Dakota.
Norman E. Schroeder was born February 21, 1925 to Herman and Amelia (Rowedder) Schroeder in Manning, Iowa. He began school in Iowa and finished in Huron. Norman enlisted in the Army Air Corps in June 1943 and was discharged September 1946. He was a pilot in the 442nd Troop Carrier Group in the European Theater.
Norman married Lurane H. Kouf at Huron May 21, 1948. In June 1953 he began working at the US Postal Service. He was a rural mail carrier for 27 years and retired in 1990 with a total of 42 years of government service.
Norman was a member of the First United Methodist Church, American Legion, a life member of the VFW and Rural Letter Carriers Association. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, golfing, and bowling. He and his wife spent their winters in Arizona. After retirement he delivered cars for Prostrollo Motors in Huron.
Fowler, Henry Clay
Henry Clay Fowler, Former Brooklyn Man, Dies Saturday
Henry Clay Fowler, 64, of the Plymouth community, died Saturday night in the veterans' hospital at Iowa City, Iowa. He entered the hospital April, 25 and had been ill one and one-half years.
Mr. Fowler was born Jan. 31, 1895, near Brooklyn, a son of Howard T. and Ida Fogle Fowler. He attended Brooklyn schools and was a member of the Brooklyn Masonic lodge. He was a cook in the army during World War I and was stationed in Georgia.
Mr. Fowler was married Aug. 22, 1929, in Lewistown, Ill., to Jesta May Springer, who survives. He farmed in the Brooklyn, Beardstown, and Huntsville communities until 1952, when he moved to a farm west of Plymouth. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Carol Fowler of Chicago; a brother, James, of Provo, Utah, and a sister, Miss Jennie Fowler of Brooklyn. A son, Bradford, died in an automobile accident in 1953. A brother, Bennie Fowler, also is dead.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 CST in the Cookson Funeral home in Plymouth in charge of the Rev. Owen Hamilton. Burial was in Rosemont cemetery.
Rushville Times, 5/7/1959
Olga Schroeder, daughter of Julius Schroeder and his wife Caroline nee Kastner was born in Otter Creek Township, Crawford County, Ia., March 26, 1901. She was baptized in early infancy and was later confirmed in Zion Lutheran church of Denison.
On February 17, 1920, she was united in wedlock with William Klinker, a union to which three children were born. After their marriage, they farmed in Hanover Township until 1943, then in Charter Oak Township until coming to make their home in Denison in 1954. Mrs. Klinker died suddenly at her home on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 26, at the age of 61 years and 10 months.
Surviving are her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Lorraine Giersdorf of Charter Oak and Mrs. Evelyn Bohlman of Charter Oak and one son, Donald of Manning; eight grandchildren; one brother, Henry of Denison and two sisters, Mrs. Alma Hollander of Schleswig and Mrs. Freida Evers of Des Moines. One brother and five sisters preceded her in death. The departed was a member of the Ladies Aid for a number of years.
Funeral services were held Jan. 29 at 11 a.m. at the Zion Lutheran church, Rev. Carl Schmidt in charge. Internment was made in Hanover Township cemetery with the following acting as pallbearers: Willis Boeck, Raymond Henningsen, Eldo Hollander, Alvern Klinker, Norman Klinker, and Kenneth Thams.
PAULSEN, Laura Marguerite
March 1987 newspaper
Laura Squier services conducted March 6th
Funeral services for Mrs. Laura M. Squier, 102 years of age, a resident of Morris, were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 6 at the Pedersen Funeral Home Chapel, Morris. Mrs. Squier died Sunday, March 1 at the villa of St. Francis, Morris.
The Reverend Ted Hein officiated at the services. Music was provided by the organist, Mrs. Dick Mahoney, and the soloist, Mrs. Fred Huebner, Jr., singing "The Old Rugged Cross" and "How Great Thou Art".
Pallbearers were William Fuchs, Jack Fuchs, Lloyd Heintzelman, Emil Heintzelman, Roy Lucken, and Dick Hufford. Interment was in Summit Cemetery, Morris.
Laura Marguerite (Paulsen) Squier was born May 18, 1884 in Mason City, Iowa, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. K.C. Paulsen. She received her formal education at Mason City.
She was united in marriage to Lyle B. Squier on November 26, 1908 in Mason City. In 1916 the couple moved to Stevens County, where they farmed until 1942, when they moved to Morris.
Mrs. Squier is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Shirley LePage of Robbinsdale, Mrs. Audrey Webb of Bell Gardens, California, and Mrs. Edith Detviler of Bell Gardens; eleven grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and six great great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband; two sons, Jack and Richard; a daughter, Janet; five sisters and two brothers.
Friends called Thursday at the Pedersen Funeral Home and until time of services Friday.
Arrangements were with Pedersen Funeral Home, Morris.
PAULSEN, Sophia M.
Tuesday, July 18, 1905 Mason City, Iowa Daily Times Herald
Mrs. Sophia Hansen died at the home of her son C.S. Hansen of Owen township, on the evening of July 14, 1905, aged 85 years and 9 months. The deceased was born in Germany and in 1866 removed with her husband and children to this county. She has lived a long and useful life and in her death the community loses a woman good and true. The aged husband and two daughters and three sons are left to mourn her death. The funeral was held at her late home at 1:00 p.m., Monday. The Rev. Guetziaff conducting the service. Interment was made in Elmwood Cemetery at Mason City, Iowa.
PAUTSCH, Marjorie Anna
Mapleton Press, April 9, 2002
Marjorie A. "Marge" Nathlich, age 75 of Mapleton, Iowa, died Saturday, March 30, 2002, at Mapleton. Services were held 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 2 at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Mapleton with Pastor Scott Fiege officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Mapleton. Norma Jean Dose was the organist for the service and the congregation sang, "Lift High The Cross" and "How Great Thou Art". Ray Else and Vernis Phillips, vocalists, sang "One Day At A Time". A prayer service was held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Armstrong Funeral Home in Mapleton
Marjorie Anna "Marge" Nathlich was born November 8, 1926 at Charter Oak, Iowa, the daughter of August and Viola (Neddermeyer) Pautsch. She was baptized and confirmed into the Lutheran faith at St. John's Lutheran Church in Charter Oak and received her education at St. John's Parochial School. On March 7, 1948 she was united in marriage to Orville Nathlich at the church in Charter Oak. To this union one daughter was born. The couple lived and farmed for a time near Mapleton, later lived near Ute, Danbury and in the Anthon area. Orville died September 13, 1996 and Marge then moved back to Mapleton in 1998.
Marge worked as a cook in the Correctionville Nursing and Rehab Center for several years. She, along with her husband, worked together for the Walter-Armstrong Funeral Homes for 25 years and were managers for the Anthon Community Center in Anthon. The couple also took the responsibility of picking up and delivering the Senior Citizen meals in Anthon. Marge was also the coordinator at the Mapleton Senior Citizen's for three years after her return there. She was a very active member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Mapleton. She was also a member of the Sunshine Club and the Neighborhood Casino, a group of friends with whom she enjoyed playing cards. Marge had a passion for gardening, however, her greatest love was found in her family.
Those survivors left to cherish Marge's memory include one daughter and her husband, Marlys and Wayne Dose of Holstein, Iowa; three grandchildren, Gail Kuester and her husband, Brian of Sioux City, Iowa, Shari Tarr and her husband, Gerald of Ida Grove, Iowa, and Brett Dose and his special friend, Lindsey Riley of Woodward, Iowa; one great-granddaughter, Erica Marlene Kuester; two step great-granddaughters, Josie and Liz Tarr; three sisters, Phyllis Bockelman of Dow City, Iowa, Darlene Dose and her husband, Charles "Bud" of Anthon, Iowa, and Julie Ann O'Neil and her husband, Alan of Redfield, Iowa and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Along with her husband, Marge was preceded in death by her parents, one grandson, Keith Wayne Dose, one brother, Franklin, and two sisters, both in infancy.
Honorary pallbearers were all of Marge's many friends and relatives, Maple Heights staff and Siouxland Hospice. Pallbearers were Leo Dose, Dennis Namanny, Daryl Scheer, Donald Kuehl, Dr. James Else, Dennis Muckey, John Stoll and Wayne Kafton.
Hamblin, Judith Mary
Judith Mary Hamblin, 52, of Burlington, died at 8 a.m. Mon day, Dec. 25, 2000, at her home. Born June 18, 1948, in Beardstown, Ill., she was the daughter of Edward Eugene and Mary Crumley Hamblin. Miss Hamblin was director of Des Moines County Community Services. She attended Burlington College, Western Illinois University and Rhema Bible College in Tulsa, Okla. She was an active member of Wings of Praise Church, predominately in the children's program. Survivors include her mother of Lancaster, Mo.; one sister, Vickie Russell Morton of Lancaster; one niece; and one nephew. She was preceded in death by her father. The body has been cremated. Friends may sign the register book after noon today in Prugh's Chapel. The memorial service for Miss Hamblin will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Wings of Praise Church, with the Rev. Brenda Distelhorst officiating. Burial will be in Lancaster. A memorial has been established.