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74 YEARS OF "SOUTH SIDE"

APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH HISTORY

WROTE BY BENJAMIN NUSSBAUM IN 1973

REVISED BY DERRICK K. BABBS IN 2001

SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS

THE FOLLOWING WERE IN CHARGE OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL AND TAUGHT THE BOY’S CLASSES

LOUIS KOEHL SR. 1855 - 1933

LOUIS KOEHL, SR.

LOUIS KOEHL, SR., FOR MANY YEARS A RESIDENT OF THIS COMMUNITY, PASSED AWAY AT HIS HOME 208 W. WALNUT STREET, ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT TWO O’CLOCK, AT THE AGE OF 78 YEARS AND 11 DAYS. HIS ILLNESS DATES BACK SEVERAL YEARS.

LOUIS KOEHL WAS BORN IN LATHRINGEN, FRANCE, MARCH 10, 1855, A SON OF HENRY AND CHARLOTTE KOEHL. HE RECEIVED HIS EDUCATION IN THE SCHOOLS OF HIS NATIVE TOWN, COMING TO AMERICA IN 1876, WHEN HE WAS 21 YEARS OLD. FOR MANY YEARS HE LIVED SOUTHEAST OF FAIRBURY, BUT RETIRED FROM THE FARM IN 1917, AND MOVED TO THIS CITY, WHERE HE HAD SINCE RESIDED.

HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MISS ELIZABETH FEHR, AND SURVIVING FROM THIS UNION IS ONE DAUGHTER, MRS. CARL SCHAUBLE, OF SAUNEMIN. FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF MRS. KOEHL, HE WAS IN 1891 UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MISS MARY WAIBEL, WHO PASSED AWAY APRIL 19, 1929. THREE CHILDREN SURVIVE FROM THIS LATTER UNION AND ARE AS FOLLOWS: MRS. LOUISE ZIMMERMAN AND PAUL KOEHL, OF STRAWN, AND LOUIS KOEHL, OF FAIRBURY. THERE ALSO SURVIVES ONE BROTHER, HENRY, OF FARMINGDALE, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK.

DURING HIS MANY YEARS RESIDENCE HERE MR. KOEHL, THROUGH HIS HONESTY AND INTEGRITY, GAINED AND HELD THE ESTEEM OF ALL WHO KNEW HIM. HIS CHILDREN WILL REMEMBER HIM AS A KIND AND GENTLE FATHER.

THE FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD YESTERDAY AFTERNOON FROM THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, WITH INTERMENT IN GRACELAND CEMETERY.

JACOB SCHLIPF 1866 - 1917

JACOB SCHLIPF

JACOB SCHLIPF, ONE OF THE HIGHLY RESPECTED RESIDENTS OF THIS VICINITY, PASSED AWAY AT HIS HOME IN THE SOUTHEAST PART OF FAIRBURY, LAST SUNDAY, AGED 50 YEARS, 11 MONTHS AND 24 DAYS. HIS DEATH CAME AFTER AN ILLNESS OF OVER A YEAR’S DURATION AND WAS CAUSED BY A CANCEROUS GROWTH IN HIS HEAD.

THE DECEASED WAS BORN IN WURTTENBERG, GERMANY, AMY 5, 1866, AND HE CAME TO THIS COUNTRY IN 1881, WHERE HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MISS MARY BESSLER. WHEN MR. SCHLIPF CAME TO AMERICA, HE LOCATED FIRST IN TREMONT, TAZEWELL COUNTY, ILLINOIS, AND A SHORT TIME LATER WENT TO PEORIA. TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO HE MOVED TO A FARM NEAR FORREST, WHERE HE RESIDED TWENTY-TWO YEARS, MOVING TO SOUTH OF THIS CITY TWO YEARS AGO. EIGHT CHILDREN WERE BORN TO MR. AND MRS. SCHLIPF, FIVE GIRLS AND THREE BOYS, ALL OF WHOM ARE AT HOME.

MR. SCHLIPF WAS AN EXCELLENT GENTLEMAN AND A KIND AND LOVING HUSBAND AND FATHER.

THE FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD ON WEDNESDAY FROM THE GERMAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH IN THIS CITY, OF WHICH HE WAS A MEMBER. THE LARGE CONCOURSE OF PEOPLE WHO WERE PRESENT TOLD OF THE HIGH ESTEEM IN WHICH HE WAS HELD. MANY WERE PRESENT FROM OUT OF TOWN. THE REMAINS WERE LAID TO REST IN THE FAIRBURY CEMETERY.

ALBERT STEFFEN 1863 - 1948

ALBERT STEFFEN

ALBERT STEFFEN, OF CROPSEY, PASSED AWAY LAST FRIDAY EVENING (MARCH 26, 1948) AT 10:35 O'CLOCK AT THE FAIRBURY HOSPITAL, AT THE AGE OF 84 YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND 22 DAYS. MR. STEFFEN HAD BEEN IN FAILING HEALTH THE PAST TWO YEARS.

HE WAS BORN OCTOBER 4, 1863, AT CONGERVILLE, THE SON OF ULRICH AND ANNA (WENGER) STEFFEN. AT THE AGE OF FOUR HE MOVED WITH THE FAMILY TO THE CROPSEY VICINITY, WHERE HE HAD SINCE RESIDED.

ON FEBRUARY 28, 1886, HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MISS ELIZABETH HARI. TO THIS UNION FOUR CHILDREN WERE BORN: MRS. ROSE IFFT, OF FAIRBURY; MRS. IDA BAHLER, CROPSEY; AND MRS. EMMA BAHLER, OF REMINGTON, IND. A SON ELMER, PRECEDE HIM IN DEATH IN 1919. MRS. STEFFEN PASSED AWAY ON JANUARY 22, 1912.

ON FEBRUARY 10, 1915, MR. STEFFEN WAS MARRIED TO LIZZIE BROQUARD, WHO SURVIVES TOGETHER WITH THE THREE DAUGHTERS, SIXTEEN GRANDCHILDREN AND FOUR GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD MONDAY MORNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK AT THE SOUTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, OF WHICH HE WAS A MEMBER, AND INTERMENT WAS IN THE CHURCH CEMETERY. THE REV. DAVID MANGOLD OFFICIATED.

THE PALLBEARERS WERE GRANDSONS, MARVIN AND RALPH BAHLER, RAYMOND, ELMER AND HARVEY IFFT AND ELMER BAHLER.

THE SERVICES WERE LARGELY ATTENDED. THOSE ATTENDING FROM A DISTANCE WERE FROM REMINGTON AND FRANCESVILLE, IND., MANSFLEID, OHIO, WICHITA, KAN., PEORIA, ROANOKE, MORTON, PRINCEVILLE, GOODFIELD, GRIDLEY, CISSNA PARK, ELGIN AND CHICAGO.

EDWARD HARTMAN 1858 - 1940

EDWARD HARTMAN, SR.

EDWARD HARTMAN, SR. WHO HAD SPENT THE GREATER PART OF HIS MORE THAN FOUR SCORE IN THIS CITY AND VICINITY, PASSED AWAY AT THE FAIRBURY HOSPITAL, ON MONDAY MORNING AT 7:15 O’CLOCK AT THE AGE OF 81 YEARS, 2 MONTHS AND 24 DAYS.

BORN IN PEORIA NOVEMBER 4, 1858, SON OF FREDERICK AND ELEANORA HARTMAN, HE LIVED THERE UNTIL 14 YEARS OF AGE WHEN THE FAMILY REMOVED TO A FARM NEAR EUREKA, WHERE HE WORKED FOR HIS FATHER 12 YEARS.

ON JANUARY 18, 1885, HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MARY STEFFEN, AND THREE YEARS LATER THEY MOVED TO A FARM NEAR STRAWN, WHERE MRS. HARTMAN PASSED AWAY JUNE 2, 1911, LEAVING BESIDES HER HUSBAND FIVE SONS AND THREE DAUGHTER.

MR. HARTMAN ON NOVEMBER 20TH 1913, WAS MARRIED TO ANNA DATWEILER. THEY RESIDED ON THE FARM NEAR STRAWN FOR SIX YEARS, MOVING TO THIS CITY IN THE WINTER OF 1919.

AT THE AGE OF 23 YEARS MR. HARTMAN BECAME A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, REMAINING A FAITHFUL AND ACTIVE MEMBER IN THAT CHURCH FOR 59 YEARS.

SURVIVING BESIDES THE WIDOW ARE EIGHT SONS - SILAS AND DAVE, STRAWN; EDWAED, JR., OF CHICAGO; EZRA, LEIPSIC, O.; JEFF, LLOYD AND ALVIN, ALL OF FAIRBURY, LEROY OF MORTON; THREE DAUGHTERS - MRS. JOHN ALT, OF CISSNA PARK; MRS. FRED KARLE, OF PAYNE, O.; MRS. HOWARD HAY, OF CHICAGO. ALSO SURVIVING IS A SISTER, MRS. LYDIA MANGOLD, OF ROANOKE. HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY A DAUGHTER, LOIS.

FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD AT ONE O’CLOCK WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH. INTERMENT WAS IN GRACELAND CEMETERY.

PHILIP SOHN SR. 1857 - 1912

PHILLIP SOHN DIES SUDDENLY

PHILLIP SOHN, ONE OF THE WELL KNOWN AND PROMINENT GERMAN FARMERS OF FORREST TOWNSHIP, DIED VERY SUDDENLY MONDAY EVENING ABOUT FIVE O’CLOCK FROM AN ATTACK OF APPOPLEXY. MR. SOHN HAD BEEN FEELING UNUSUALLY WELL OF LATE AND MONDAY WAS ASSISTING IN PUTTING UP HAY ON HIS FARM, FOUR MILES SOUTH OF FORREST. HE WAS NOT WORKING A GREAT DEAL, BUT HAD A FORK AND WAS GATHERING UP THE LOOSE HAY HERE AND THERE AND PILLING IT UP. HIS BOY AND HIS SON-IN-LAW, FRED RIEGER, WERE RUNNING THE HAY LOADER AND UNLOADING THE HAY. THE TWO YOUNG MEN HAD DRIVEN, INTO THE BARN LOT, WHICH WAS JUST ACROSS THE ROAD FROM THE HAY FIELD, AND WERE GOING TO UNLOAD THEIR HAY AND GO BACK FOR THE LAST LOAD. MR. SOHN’S SON LOOKED AROUND AND SAW HIS FATHER MOTION FOR HIM TO COME. HE KNEW SOMETHING WAS WRONG AND BOTH YOUNG MEN HASTENED TO THE STRICKEN MAN. WHEN THEY REACHED HIS SIDE HE COULD NOT TALK. THE WOMEN FOLK BROUGHT WATER WHICH THEY TRIED TO GIVE HIM, BUT HE COULD NOT SWALLOW IT. THEY CARRIED HIM TI THE HOUSE AND SUMMONED A DOCTOR, BUT BE BREATHED HIS LAST A SHORT TIME AFTER REACHING THE HOUSE AND BEFORE THE DOCTOR ARRIVED. MR. SOHN HAD SUFFERED ATTACKS OF HEART TROUBLE PREVIOUSLY AND HAD FREQUENTLY PREDICTED THAT HE WOULD DIE IN JUST THAT MANNER. HE HAD BEEN LOOKING AND FEELING UNUSUALLY WELL OF LATE AND MONDAY HAD REMARKED UPON HOW GOOD HE WAS FEELING.

PHILLIP SOHN WAS BORN ON A FARM IN ELSASS, NEAR REISHOFEN, COUNTY OF NUDERBRAUN, GERMANY, MAY 12, 1857. HE CAME TO AMERICA WHEN HE WAS 16 YEARS OLD AND WENT TO WORK FOR JOHN EBERSALL IN FORREST TOWNSHIP. A FEW YEARS LATER HE WENT TO ROANOKE, WHERE HE FOLLOWED THE OCCUPATION OF A FARMER, IT WAS THERE HE MET AND MARRIED MISS ELOUISE WAINETTE IN 1882. TWELVE CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM OF WHOM THERE ARE NINE SURVIVING, TWO SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER DYING IN INFANCY. THE

SURVIVING CHILDREN ARE SALOME RIEGER, TILLIE, LIZZIE, PHILLIP, BENJAMIN, MARTHA, JEFFIE, LYDIA AND PERCILLA, WHO WITH THE BEREAVED WIFE AND NUMEROUS FRIENDS AND RELATIVES MOURN HIS DEATH.

MR. AND MRS. SOHN CAME TO THIS LOCALITY 23 YEARS AGO AND HE ENGAGED IN FARMING SOUTH OF FORREST. HE WAS AN HONEST AND UPRIGHT CITIZEN, A KIND AND LOVING HUSBAND AND FATHER AND A GOOD NEIGHBOR. HIS DEATH WILL BE MOURNED BY MANY FRIENDS AND THE BEREAVED FAMILY HAVE THE SYMPATHY OF ALL.

GEORGE IFFT SR. 1863 - 1945

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR GEO. IFFT HELD SUNDAY

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR GEORGE IFFT WERE HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON FROM THE CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH AND INTERMENT WAS IN THE CHURCH CEMETERY. MR. IFFT PASSED AWAY LAST FRIDAY MORNING AT SEVEN O'CLOCK AT THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS. ELI STEIDINGER FOLLOWING A SEVERAL WEEKS ILLNESS. HE WAS AGED 81 YEARS; SIX MONTHS AND EIGHT DAYS.

MR. IFFT WAS BORN IN WALROTH, HESSEN GERMANY, JULY 4 1863. WHEN 18 YEARS OF AGE HE CAME TO AMERICA, AND ON APRIL 21 1884, HE WAS UNITED ON MARRIAGE TO SUSANNAH MILLER, OF CONGERVILLE. TO THEM WERE BORN MRS. MINNIE STEIDINGER, MARGARET, WILLIAM, OF STRAWN; JOHN, OF PEORIA; SAM, OF CROPSEY; MRS. SUSIE SCHLICK, OF ELGIN. MRS. IFFT PASSED AWAY DECEMBER 24 1893, AND IN APRIL 1895, HE WAS MARRIED TO SALOME SCHLIPF, OF PEORIA. SHE PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH IN SEPTEMBER 1897. ON NOVEMBER 25 1898, HE WAS MARRIED TO MARGARET HARI, OF FORREST. SHE SURVIVES TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN BORN TO THIS UNION: MRS. SALOME FEHR, OF ROANOKE; MRS. BERTHA STEIDINGER, OF FORREST; FRED AND GEORGE, OF FAIRBURY; PAUL, OF FORREST; MRS. EDNA MUELLER, OF STRAWN. THERE ARE 48 GRANDCHILDREN.

MR. IFFT WAS A FARMER, WHICH OCCUPATION HE FOLLOWED FOR MANY YEARS, SOUTHEAST OF THIS CITY. HE RETIRED ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH.

BENJAMIN LEMAN 1878 - 1948

BEN LEMAN, PROMINENT FORREST MAN, DIES

BEN LEMAN, OF FORREST, WHO FOR MANY YEARS RESIDED SOUTH OF THAT VILLAGE, PASSED AWAY AT HIS HOME IN FORREST, WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 3:30 O’CLOCK. MR. LEMAN, WHO HAD BEEN ILL FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS WAS AGED 70 YEARS, TEN MONTHS AND 17 DAYS.

MR. LEMAN WAS A SON OF JOSEPH AND KATHRYN (SMITH) LEMAN AND WAS BORN AT METAMORA, JANUARY 21, 1878. HE RESIDED IN THAT VICINITY DURING HIS YOUNGER LIFE AND THERE ON JANUARY 8, 1901, HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO CAROLINE ANLIKER. THEY MADE THEIR HOME AT METAMORA FOR THREE YEARS AND THEN MOVED TO A FARM SOUTH OF FORREST, WHERE THEY LIVED UNTIL OCTOBER 13, 1948, WHEN THEY MOVED INTO THEIR NEW HOME IN FORREST.

SURVIVING ARE THE WIFE AND THE FOLLOWING NINE CHILDREN: HARVEY AND MRS. KATHRYN SCHNEIDER, BOTH OF STRAWN; ELI AND CHRIS, BOTH OF FAIRBURY; MRS. LAURA KACHELMUSS, ELGIN; AND SIDNEY, RICHARD AND MISS BENA LEMAN, ALL OF FORREST. ALSO SURVIVING ARE 18 GRANDCHILDREN AND THE FOLLOWING BROTHERS AND SISTERS: WILL, OF BREMEN, IND.; HENRY AND MRS. KATIE RELSY, BOTH OF FRANCESVILLE, IND.; DAVE, GOODFIELD, JOSEPH, ROANOKE, ALF, OF METAMORA, AND JOHN AND MISS PERCIDA AND MISS ELIZA LEMAN, ALL OF EUREKA. TWO SONS, SILAS AND ERNEST, ONE DAUGHTER, LEONA, TWO BROTHERS AND FOUR SISTER PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH.

FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD FROM THE SOUTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF WHICH HE WAS A MEMBER, TOMORROW MORNING AT 10:30 O’CLOCK. INTERMENT WILL BE IN THE CHURCH CEMETERY.

PAUL HOFFMAN 1878 - 1933

PAUL HOFFMANN KILLED AS TRAIN STRIKES AUTO

JACOB BOHNING, OF GERMANY, MEETS DEATH IN SAME ACCIDENT, WHICH OCCURRED AT BUCYRUS, OHIO.

PAUL HOFFMANN, AGED 55 YEARS, A WELL KNOWN AND HIGHLY ESTEEMED FARMER RESIDING FOUR MILES SOUTHEAST OF FAIRBURY, AND JACOB BOHNING, OF SELMINGER, GERMANY, WERE BOTH KILLED YESTERDAY MORNING ABOUT FIVE O’CLOCK AT BUCYRUS, O., WHEN THE HOFFMANN CAR WAS STRUCK BY A FAST PENNSYLVANIA PASSENGER TRAIN.

MR. HOFFMANN HAD LEFT FAIRBURY ON TUESDAY MORNING AND GONE TO MANSFIELD, O., WHERE HE HAD MET MARTIN STEIDINGER, PETER SCHAFFER AND JOHN BOLLIGER, ALSO OF FAIRBURY. THESE LATTER THREE GENTLEMEN HAD GONE TO ROCKVILLE, CONN., LAST WEEK WHERE THEY HAD MET FOUR ELDERS OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, WHO HAD COME TO THIS COUNTRY FROM SWITZERLAND AND GERMANY ON A BUSINESS MISSION CONNECTED WITH THE CHURCH. ALL THREE CARS HAD LEFT MANSFIELD EARLY YESTERDAY MORNING ON THEIR WAY TO BUCYRUS WHERE THE ACCIDENT OCCURRED.

THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE FROM BUCYRUS TELLS OF THE ACCIDENT:

BUCYRUS, O., SEPT. 21 (SPECIAL TO THE BLADE) - JACOB BOHNING, AGED 62, OF SELMINGER, GERMANY, AND PAUL HOFFMANN, AGED 55, OF FAIRBURY, ILLINOIS, WERE INSTANTLY KILLED WHEN THEIR AUTOMOBILE WAS STRUCK BY A FAST WESTBOUND PENNSYLVANIA PASSENGER TRAIN ON THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY CROSSING HERE AT FIVE O’CLOCK THIS MORNING. BOTH DIED OF SKULL FRACTURE.

HOFFMAN, WITH PETER SCHAFFER, JOHN BOLLIGER AND MARTIN STEIDINGER, FAIRBURY, AND EARL BAER, OF REMINGTON, IND., HAD GONE TO MANSFIELD, O., TO MEET BOHNING AND OTTO KILLEY, OF GERMANY, FATHER OF PEORIA, ILLINOIS, WOMAN; AND JACOB KUENZIE AND ELMER OBRECHT, OF BERNE, SWITZERLAND. THIS PARTY OF FOUR HAD ARRIVED FROM THE OLD COUNTRY LAST FRIDAY IN NEW YORK CITY, AND HAD VISITED IN CONNECTICUT BEFORE STARTING WEST TO MEET ILLINOIS FRIENDS AT MANSFIELD.

BOHNING WAS RIDING WITH HOFFMANN WHILE THE OTHERS WERE IN TWO OTHER CARS. THE OTHER TWO CARS PASSED OVER THE CROSSING AND CONTINUED WEST TO UPPER SANDUCKY, 18 MILES FROM HERE, WHERE THEY DISCOVERED THE HOFFMANN CAR WAS MISSING. THEY TURNED BACK IN SEARCH AND UPON ARRIVING AT THE CROSSING HERE FOUND THE DEMOLISHED CAR. THE BODIES HAS BEEN REMOVED TO FUNERAL PARLOR.

THIS CROSSING IS NOT PROTECTED BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 6 O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING. TWO MOTORISTS FROM JOHNSTOWN, PA., SAW THE ACCIDENT, AND REPORTED THE HOFFMANN CAR DROVE DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THE TRAIN. BODIES BEING SHIPPED THIS AFTERNOON TO FAIRBURY.

OBITUARY

PAUL HOFFMANN WAS BORN IN RENOURE, FRANCE, MAY 7, 1878, BEING AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH AGED 55 YEARS, 4 MONTHS AND 14 DAYS. HIS PARENTS WERE JACOB AND CHRISTINA HOFFMANN.

WHEN FIVE YEARS OF AGE MR. HOFFMANN CAME WITH THE FAMILY TO THIS COUNTRY, LOCATING IN FORREST. LATER THEY WENT TO CISSNA PARK, WHERE HE RECEIVED HIS EDUCATION AND WHERE HE GREW TO YOUNG MANHOOD.

ON DECEMBER 7, 1902 IN THIS CITY, MR. HOFFMANN WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO EMMA SLAGEL, AND HE HAD RESIDED IN THIS VICINITY SINCE THAT TIME. SURVIVING BESIDES MRS. HOFFMANN ARE THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN: MRS. MARIA KILGUS, OF FAIRBURY; MRS. MARTHA IFFT, OF FORREST; JOE, LEONA, LEVI, ALICE, SAM, PAUL, RALPH AND CLYDE, AT HOME. THERE ARE ALSO BROTHERS AND SISTERS AS FOLLOWS: JOHN, OF RENOURE, FRANCE; JOE, OF ROANOKE; ANDY, OF FOUNTAIN CREEK; SAM, OF CISSNA PARK; MRS. LENA YOST, OF FAIRBURY; MRS. CARRIE STOLLER, OF PEORIA; MRS. LYDIA SWING, OF SAN PIERRE, IND.; MRS. MAGGIE SPRINGER, OF CONGERVILLE; MRS. LUCY FARNEY, OF FOUNTAIN CREEK. HIS FATHER PASSED AWAY IN THIS CITY JANUARY 20, 1914, AND HIS MOTHER DIED AT CISSNA PARK IN SEPTEMBER, 1908.

MR. HOFFMANN WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH. A GOOD NEIGHBOR AND A KIND HUSBAND AND FATHER, HE WILL BE MISSED BOTH BY HIS FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS HAD NOT BEEN MADE LAST EVENING, PENDING THE ARRIVAL OF THE REMAINS, WHICH WERE EXPECTED TO ARRIVE LAST NIGHT OF THIS MORNING

EMIL HOERR 1871 - 1954

EMIL HOERR SERVICES HELD MONDAY

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR EMIL HOERR, WHO PASSED AWAY AT HIS HOME IN THIS CITY FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT ONE O’CLOCK, WERE HELD MONDAY MORNING AT TEN O’CLOCK FROM THE CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH, WITH INTERMENT IN THE EAST GRACELAND CEMETERY. MR. HOERR, WHO HAD BEEN IN FAILING HEALTH FOR SEVERAL MONTHS PAST, WAS AGED 82 YEARS, SEVEN MONTHS AND 25 DAYS.

MR. HOERR WAS BORN AT BADEN, GERMANY, JUNE 17, 1871, A SON OF PETER AND CAROLINE FLEUER HOERR. HE GREW TO YOUNG MANHOOD IN HIS NATIVE COUNTRY, COMING TO THE UNITED STATES IN MAY, 1893. SEVEN YEARS LATER, JANUARY 14, 1900, AT MORTON, HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MARIE BRENKMAN. THEY FARMED NEAR FAIRBURY UNTIL MOVING TO THEIR PRESENT HOME ON EAST HICKORY STREET SEVERAL YEARS AGO.

SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, FIVE DAUGHTERS, MISS KATIE HOERR, MISS CAROLINE HOERR, MISS SALLIE HOERR, MISS MATILDA HOERR, ALL OF FAIRBURY, MRS. GERTRUDE IFFT, FORREST; TWO GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE BROTHER, JOHN, PEORIA.

JOHN KOEHL 1885 - 1979

RITES WEDNESDAY FOR JOHN KOEHL, 93

JOHN KOEHL, 93, A RESIDENT OF FAIRVIEW HAVEN NURSING HOME, DIED AT 5:40 P. M. SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1979 AT FAIRBURY HOSPITAL FOLLOWING AN ILLNESS OF SEVERAL MONTHS.

HIS FUNERAL WAS HELD AT 10 A. M. WEDNESDAY AT THE FAIRBURY APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH WITH THE CHURCH MINISTERS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN GRACELAND CEMETERY.

THE PALLBEARERS WERE JOHN KOEHL III, PLAINFIELD; ANDRA NIEHAUSER, FRANCESVILLE, IND.; DOUGLAS STEWART, PEORIA; JOHN EISENMANN, KENNETH EISENMANN, AND JOHN HOFFMAN, FAIRBURY.

VISITATION WAS TUESDAY AT THE STIVER HOME FOR FUNERALS AND AFTER 9 A. M. ON WEDNESDAY AT THE CHURCH.

MR. KOEHL WAS BORN JULY 18, 1885, IN METAMORA, THE SON OF FRED AND MARY STEFFEN KOEHL. HE MARRIED LEAH RIEGER IN FAIRBURY ON FEB. 14, 1909. SHE DIED OCTOBER 28, 1970.

SURVIVING ARE FOUR SONS, JOHN, OF PLAINFIELD, DICK AND SAM, OF FAIRBURY AND DEAN, OF ANCHOR; FOUR DAUGHTERS, LYDIA EISENMANN, OF FAIRBURY, ESTHER HODEL, OF CISSNA PARK AND RUTH VAUGHN AND LEONA BENTLEY, OF TEMPE, ARIZ.; ONE SISTER, MRS. EMMA SCHMIDTGALL, OF HANCOCK, MINN.; 15 GRANDCHILDREN, AND 33 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY A SON, FIVE BROTHERS, THREE SISTERS AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.

MR. KOEHL WAS A RETIRED FARMER. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE FAIRBURY APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

ANDREW RIEGER 1890 - 1951

FORREST RITES SUNDAY FOR ANDREW REIGER, ROAD COMMISSIONER

ANDREW RIEGER, 60, HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER OF FORREST TOWNSHIP FOR 23 YEARS, DIED AT 1:15 P.M. YESTERDAY AT MERCY HOSPITAL URBANA. HE HAD BEEN A PATIENT THERE SINCE SUNDAY.

THE BODY WAS BROUGHT TO THE J. W. BROWN FUNERAL HOME HERE, AND WAS TO BE RETURNED TO THE RESIDENCE THIS AFTERNOON.

FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT 10 A.M. SUNDAY AT THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN FORREST. BURIAL WILL BE IN SOUTH SIDE CEMETERY.

MR. REIGER, A RETIRED FARMER, WAS BORN DEC. 15, 1890, AT PRINCEVILLE, A SON OF JACOB AND CHRISTINE RIEGER. HE WAS MARRIED TO MATILDA SOHN JAN. 2, 1913.

HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE; TWO SONS, HARVEY AND RICHARD, BOTH OF FORREST; NINE GRANDCHILDREN; TWO BROTHERS, FRED AND EMANUEL, BOTH OF FORREST; FOUR SISTERS, MRS. ROSE STEFFEN, MRS. LEAH KOEHL AND MISS SALOME RIEGER, ALL OF FAIRBURY, AND MRS. SARAH STREITMATTER, OF PRINCEVILLE.

HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE FORREST APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

LOUIS KOEHL JR. 1894 - 1969

LOUIS KOEHL DIES AT 74

THE FUNERAL FOR LOUIS KOEHL, 74, OF FAIRBURY WAS HELD AT 10 A. M. TUESDAY, FEB. 18, 1969, IN THE FORREST APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH. BURIAL WAS IN THE SOUTH CHURCH CEMETERY.

MR. KOEHL DIED AT 11 P. M. SATURDAY IN FAIRBURY HOSPITAL, WHERE HE HAD BEEN A PATIENT FOR TWO WEEKS. HIS BODY WAS TAKEN TO THE COOK FUNERAL HOME.

HE WAS BORN NEAR STRAWN JULY 9, 1894, A SON OF LOUIS AND MARY WAIBEL KOEHL. HE MARRIED SARAH ZIMMERMAN NOVEMBER 28, 1917, IN PONTIAC. THEY LIVED ON A FARM NEAR FORREST UNTIL 1954, WHEN THEY MOVED TO FAIRBURY.

SURVIVORS INCLUDE HIS WIFE; THREE SONS, DEAN, LOUISVILLE, KY.; RALPH, FORREST; AND CLYDE, FAIRBURY; SIX DAUGHTERS, MRS. DOROTHY RIEGER AND MRS. CAROL STEIDINGER, BOTH OF FORREST; MRS. ETHEL MEISS, GRIDLEY; MRS. VIRGINIA HUETTE AND MRS. HAZEL HUETTE, BOTH OF FAIRBURY; MRS. BETTY KLOPFENSTEIN, NORMAL; 26 GRANDCHILDREN; A BROTHER, PAUL, FORREST, AND A SISTER, MRS. LOUISE ZIMMERMAN, FORREST.

A SON AND A SISTER PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH.

MR. KOEHL WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

EMIL BAHLER 1891 - 1959

EMIL BAHLER, 67, BURIED TUESDAY

SERVICES WERE HELD AT THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, TUESDAY AT 10 A. M. FOR THE REV. EMIL BAHLER, 67, WHO DIED AT HIS HOME AT 9:20 P. M. SATURDAY. HE HAD BEEN ILL FOR THREE YEARS.

SERVICES WERE HELD AT THE BAHLER HOME SOUTH OF FAIRBURY AT 9:30 A. M. TUESDAY. BURIAL WAS IN THE SOUTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CEMETERY.

HE WAS BORN DEC. 24, 1891, AT FAIRBURY, A SON OF JACOB AND NINA KELLER BAHLER. HE MARRIED IDA STEFFEN AT FAIRBURY, FEB. 8, 1920.

THEY MOVED TO A FARM IN BELLE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP, WHERE THEY MADE THEIR HOME FOR 39 YEARS.

SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, THREE SONS, MARVIN AND RALPH, FAIRBURY; ARTHUR, FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO.; TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. HELEN FRYE, CROPSEY; MRS. VERLA DAVIS, STRAWN; EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN; THREE BROTHERS, HERMAN, FAIRBURY; ERWIN, REMINGTON, IND.; JACOB, WOLCOTT, IND.; SEVEN SISTERS, MRS. MARIE SCHIELER, REMINGTON, IND.; MRS. WALTER STEFFEN, FAIRBURY; MRS. OBID GERBER, MISS TILLIE BAHLER, DECATUR, IND.; MRS. BEN STEFFEN, CROPSEY; MRS. PHILIP GETZ, WOLCOTT, IND.; AND MRS. HENRY KILGUS, FORREST.

A BROTHER AND A SISTER PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH.

HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, AND ONE OF THE MINISTERS.

PAUL HONEGGER 1898 - 1989

PAUL HONEGGER

PAUL F. HONEGGER, 91, A RESIDENT OF FAIRVIEW HAVEN IN FAIRBURY FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS AND FORMERLY OF FORREST, DIED SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1989, AT FAIRVIEW HAVEN.

HIS FUNERAL WAS AT 10 A. M. TUESDAY AT THE FORREST APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, CHURCH MINISTERS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN NORTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CEMETERY.

HE WAS BORN MARCH 31, 1898, IN RURAL FORREST, A SON OF EDWARD AND BERTHA HAAB HONEGGER. HE MARRIED MARTHA WAIBEL ON FEB. 11, 1922, IN PONTIAC. SHE DIED OCT. 19, 1986.

SURVIVORS INCLUDE FIVE DAUGHTERS MILDRED ZIMMERMAN, FORREST; EILEEN GETZ, REYNOLDS, IND., EVELYN ZORN, 314 RILEY DRIVE, BLOOMINGTON; AND VIOLA BACHTOLD AND NANCY HONEGGER, BOTH OF FAIRBURY; TWO SONS, WAYNE, FAIRBURY, AND GARY, FORREST; TWO BROTHERS, FRANK, FAIRBURY AND SAMUEL, FORREST; TWO SISTERS, NATHALIA HONEGGER AND KATHRYN HONEGGER, BOTH OF FAIRBURY; 24 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 39 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY THREE BROTHERS, SIX SISTERS AND ONE GREAT-GRANDSON.

HE WAS A MEMBER OF FORREST APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH. HE HAD FARMED IN THE FORREST AREA UNTIL HIS RETIREMENT IN 1958.

WATLER MOSER 1901 - 1986

RITES JUNE 21 FOR LIFELONG AREA RESIDENT, WALTER MOSER

WALTER MOSER, 85, OF FAIRBURY, DIED AT 6:35 A. M. JUNE 19, 1986, AT FAIRVIEW HAVEN NURSING HOME, FAIRBURY, WHERE HE HAD MADE HIS RESIDENCE.

HIS FUNERAL WAS AT 1 P. M. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1986 AT APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, FAIRBURY. CHURCH MINISTERS OFFICIATED. BURIAL WAS IN GRACELAND CEMETERY, FAIRBURY.

VISITATION WAS FROM 2 TO 4 P. M. AND 6 TO 8 P. M. JUNE 20, 1986, AT DUFFY-PILS MEMORIAL HOME, FAIRBURY, AND WAS ONE HOUR BEFORE THE FUNERAL AT THE CHURCH SATURDAY.

BORN JA. 14, 1901, AT WING, HE WAS THE SON OF CHRISTIAN AND LYDIA YODER MOSER. HE MARRIED PERCEDA BROQUARD ON FEB. 16, 1928, AT FAIRBURY. SHE SURVIVES.

OTHER SURVIVORS INCLUDE TWO SONS, KEITH, STRAWN, AND LLOYD, FAIRBURY; FIVE DAUGHTERS, JOANNA AUPPERLE, GRIDLEY; THELMA WORRELL, VIENNA; COLLEEN WALTER, FAIRBURY; SHARON KELSON, HUDSON; AND MARLENE MOSER, MORTON; ONE BOTHER, SI, FAIRBURY; FIVE SISTERS, FANNIE MAURER, OLLIE STEIDINGER, GERTRUDE MOSER, LAVINE MOSER AND VIOLA MOSER, ALL OF FAIRBURY; 25 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 18 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY THREE BROTHERS, FOUR GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN FAIRBURY AND A FORMER MEMBER OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU.

HE WAS A LIFELONG AREA RESIDENT AND WAS A RETIRED FARMER.

HONORARY PALLBEARERS WERE GRANDSONS, MIKE KELSON, ROBERT KELSON, KEVIN MOSER, AND ALAN R. WALTER.

ACTIVE PALLBEARERS WERE SAM WALTER, DAN WALTER, BRAIN MOSER, DOUG MOSER, PAUL KELSON AND DALE E. APPERLE.

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THE FOLLOWING TAUGHT THE GIRL’S CLASSES.

HELEN SCHAFFER 1864 - 1953

SERVICES TOMORROW FOR MRS. HELEN SCHAFFER

FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD FRIDAY FOR MRS. HELEN SCHAFFER, AGED 89 YEARS, WHO DIED AT 7:30 P.M. TUESDAY AT THE HOME OF HER SON, PETER, AT 410 NORTH FOURTH STREET.

SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE HOME AT 9:30 A. M. FRIDAY AND AT THE CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH AT 10 A. M. BURIAL WILL BE AT EAST GRACELAND CEMETERY.

MRS. SCHAFFER WAS BORN MAY 15, 1864, AT MACKWILLER, FRANCE, THE DAUGHTER OF GEO. AND MARGARET GERBER BAUER. SHE WAS MARRIED IN FRANCE IN 1882 TO PETER SCHAFFER.

MR. SCHAFFER DIED IN 1892. MRS. SCHAFFER, AND HER SON PETER CAME TO THIS COUNTRY IN 1895 AND LIVED AT CISSNA PARK BEFORE MOVING TO THE FAIRBURY COMMUNITY IN 1904.

SURVIVING ARE THE SON, NINE GRANDCHILDREN, AND 22 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. A DAUGHTER DIED IN INFANCY.

ANNA ROTH 1888 - 1980

SUNDAY RITES FOR LIFE-LONG RESIDENT, ANNA ROTH, 92

ANNA ROTH, 92, DIED AT 6:30 P. M. FRIDAY, AT FAIRVIEW HAVEN NURSING HOME, FAIRBURY WHERE SHE LIVED 13 YEARS.

HER FUNERAL WAS SUNDAY AT THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, WITH CHURCH MINISTERS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN SOUTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CEMETERY. DUFFY-PILS MEMORIAL HOME, FAIRBURY, WAS IN CHARGE OF THE ARRANGEMENTS.

SHE WAS BORN JAN. 8, 1888, IN FAIRBURY, A DAUGHTER OF SAMUEL AND MARGARET (SCHINI) ROTH.

A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF THE AREA, MISS ROTH WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

SURVIVING ARE FIVE BROTHERS, SAMUEL, MORTON; JOSEPH, PEORIA; BEN, GLENDALE, CALIF.; JOHN, FAIRBURY; AND HARRY, PHOENIX, ARIZ.

FOUR SISTERS PRECEDED HER IN DEATH.

ANNA STEFFEN 1898 - 1990

ANNA STEFFEN

ANNA STEFFEN, 91, OF PEORIA AND FORMERLY OF FAIRBURY, DIED AT 11:16 P.M. SATURDAY AT APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN HOME, PEORIA, WHERE SHE MADE HER RESIDENCE.

HER FUNERAL WILL BE AT 10 A.M. TUESDAY AT APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH, FAIRBURY, WITH CHURCH MINISTERS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WILL BE IN SOUTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CEMETERY, RURAL FAIRBURY.

VISITATION WILL BE FROM 4:30 TO 8 P.M. TODAY AT DUFFY-PILS MEMORIAL HOME, FAIRBURY, AND FROM 9 TO 10 A.M. TUESDAY AT THE CHURCH.

SHE WAS BORN AUG. 6, 1898, IN CROPSEY, A DAUGHTER OF CONRAD AND KATHERINE HARI STEFFEN.

SURVIVING ARE ONE BROTHER, BEN STEFFEN, FAIRBURY; AND ONE SISTER, KATHRYN STEFFEN, PEORIA.

SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE BROTHER AND TWO SISTERS.

MRS. STEFFEN WAS A MEMBER OF APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH. SHE HAD LIVED HER LIFETIME IN THE FAIRBURY AND CROPSEY AREA.

ANNA GERBER 1875 - 1952

SERVICES FOR MISS GERBER HELD MONDAY

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MISS ANNA GERBER, WHO PASSED AWAY AT HER HOME HERE ON FRIDAY MORNING AT TEN O’CLOCK AT THE AGE OF 76 YEARS, SIX MONTHS AND TWO DAYS, WERE HELD FROM THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH MONDAY MORNING AT TEN O’CLOCK. INTERMENT WAS IN GRACELAND CEMETERY. MISS GERBER’S DEATH FOLLOWED AN EXTENDED ILLNESS.

MISS GERBER HAD RESIDED IN THIS COMMUNITY ALL HER LIFE. SHE WAS BORN SOUTH OF FAIRBURY IN BELLE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP, JULY 6, 1875, AND HAD BEEN A RESIDENT OF THIS CITY FOR THE PAST 32 YEARS. HER PARENTS WERE CHRISTIAN AND BARBARA (ROTH) GERBER.

SURVIVORS ARE TWO SISTERS, MISS LYDIA GERBER AND MRS. KATIE SCHAFFER, BOTH OF FAIRBURY; ONE BROTHER , CHRIS, OF FAIRBURY, AND 17 NIECES AND NEPHEWS. ALSO SURVIVING ARE MRS. TILLIE WANNER GERBER, OF ROCKVILLE, CONN., AND MRS. SARAH WANNER BAER, OF DUNLAP, WHO WERE GIVEN A HOME IN THE GERBER HOME SINCE YOUTH.

SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

CATHERINE "KATIE" (HARI) STEFFEN 1869 - 1952

MRS. STEFFEN, 83, DIES AT CROPSEY

MRS. CATHERINE STEFFEN, AGED 83, DIED LAST WEDNESDAY AT HER HOME IN CROPSEY. SHE HAD BEEN ILL SINCE NOVEMBER 1950. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD SATURDAY AT 9:00 A. M. AT THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN FAIRBURY. INTERMENT WAS IN THE SOUTH APOSTOLIC CEMETERY.

MRS. STEFFEN WAS BORN MARCH 12, 1869, IN BERN, SWITZERLAND, A DAUGHTER OF FREDERICK AND ELIZABETH TROXEL HARI. SHE CAME TO THE UNITED STATES WHEN SHE WAS 13 AND LIVED WITH HER FAMILY FIRST AT FAIRBURY.

HER HUSBAND PASSED AWAY IN 1922. IN 1937 SHE MOVED TO CROPSEY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS, WALTER, OF FAIRBURY AND BEN, OF CROPSEY; FOUR DAUGHTERS, MISS ANNA, MISS MARY, MISS TILLIE AND MISS KATHRYN STEFFEN, ALL AT HOME; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN, WALTER LEE AND KATHLEEN ANN STEFFEN. ALSO SURVIVING ARE TWO SISTERS, MRS. MARY LEUTOLD AND MRS. ROSA ROTH, AND A BROTHER, GOTTLIEB HARI, ALL OF FAIRBURY.

SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH

THERISA SCHNEIDER

UNKNOWN

MARGARET "MAGGIE" IFFT 1887 - 1971

MARGARET IFFT

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MISS MARGARET IFFT, 83, FAIRBURY, WERE HELD MONDAY, APR. 26, 1971, AT THE CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH IN FORREST. INTERMENT WAS IN GRACELAND CEMETERY, FAIRBURY. COOK FUNERAL HOME WAS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

SHE WAS BORN DEC. 7, 1887, AT ROANOKE, A DAUGHTER OF GEORGE AND SUSAN MILLER IFFT.

SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR BROTHERS, WILLIAM, FRED AND GEORGE, FAIRBURY; PAUL, FORREST; FOUR SISTERS, MRS. SUSIE SCHICK, ELGIN; MRS. SALOME FEHR, EUREKA; MRS. BERTHA STEIDINGER, FORREST; AND MRS. EDNA MUELLER, STRAWN.

SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO BROTHERS AND A SISTER.

ROSA (HARI) ROTH 1871 - 1965

HOLD RITES ON WEDNESDAY FOR MRS. ROTH

SERVICES WERE HELD AT 10 A. M. WEDNESDAY AT THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH FOR MRS. ROSA ROTH, 94. BURIAL WAS AT THE SOUTH APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CEMETERY. VISITATION WAS HELD FROM 2 TO 9 P. M. TUESDAY AT THE COOK FUNERAL HOME, FAIRBURY, AND AFTER 9 A. M. ON WEDNESDAY AT THE CHURCH.

MRS. ROTH DIED AT 7 A. M. MONDAY , MAY 31, 1965, AT FAIRBURY HOSPITAL AFTER AN ILLNESS OF TWO WEEKS. SHE HAD BEEN A RESIDENT OF FAIRVIEW HAVEN REST HOME FOR TWO YEARS.

SHE WAS BORN IN BERN, SWITZERLAND, APRIL 15, 1871, A DAUGHTER OF FRED AND ELIZABETH TROXELL HARI, SHE CAME TO THE UNITED STATES WHEN SHE WAS 11 YEARS OLD. SHE MARRIED SAMUEL L. ROTH IN FAIRBURY IN 1898. THEY LIVED ON A FARM SOUTH OF HERE UNTIL 1936, WHEN THEY MOVED TO FAIRBURY.

SURVIVING ARE FIVE SONS, SAM, MORTON; JOE, PEORIA; BEN, GLENDALE, CALIF.; JOHN, FAIRBURY; HARRY, FORREST; TWO DAUGHTERS, MISS CATHERINE ROTH AND MISS ANNA ROTH, BOTH OF FAIRBURY; 14 GRANDCHILDREN AND NINE GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER HUSBAND, THREE DAUGHTERS, THREE BROTHERS AND FOUR SISTERS.

SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

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