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Zabel,
Anna
Nissen
Zabel,
Arthur
L.
Zabel,
Charley
L.
Zabel,
Dean
Zabel,
Ellen
Zabel,
Emma
Pauline
Wrosch
Zabel,
Eva
Ida
Zabel,
Ferdinand
Zabel,
John
Fredrick
Zabel,
John
W.
Zabel,
Lena
Teske
Zabel,
Leopold
Zabel,
Marie
M.
Abitz
Zabel,
Marvin
L.
Zabel,
Minnie
Schwant
Zabel,
Nellie
E.
McClellan
Zabel,
Ora
Zabel,
Raymond
J.
Zabel,
Robert
F.
Zabel,
Walter
W.
Zacharias,
Lorene
A.
Armstrong
Zacharias,
Louis
Zeckser,
Emma
Therese
Berges
Zeckser,
Victor
Eugene
Zeckser,
William
H.
Zehner,
Felicie
Emma
Rose
Zehner,
Roy
Zeller,
Lois
Irene
Howe
Zenner,
Joseph
J.
Zenner,
Marjorie
A.
Prall
Zenner,
Myrtle
K.
Savago
Zickafoose,
Frank
E.
Zillman,
Fern
Lucille
Bosse
Zillman,
Reinhard
Gustav
Paul
Zillman,
Robert
L.
Zima,
John
C.
Zima,
Teresa
Bridget
McNeive
Zimmerman,
I.
W.
Mrs.
Zwygart,
Glen
Bud

 

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ZECKSER, VICTOR EUGENE (ONAGA HERALD) (NO DATE)

Victor Eugene Zeckser, 47, Topeka; died Wednesday, December 18, 1996, at a Topeka hospital.

Mr. Zeckser was a computer mechanic.

He was born October 19, 1949, at Onaga, the son of Roger A. W. and Ellen F. Hildebrandt Zeckser. He lived in Florida several years before he moved to Topeka in 1988.

Mr. Zeckser was a member of the Topeka commodore computer club.

Survivors include a son, Zachariah E. Zeckser, Wichita, a daughter, Rebekah M. Zeckser, Topeka; his mother, Ellen F. Zeckser, Topeka; a sister, Carol Burdock, Topeka; three brothers – James R. Zeckser, Carbondale, Dale E. Zeckser, Topeka and Ronald J. Zeckser, Overbrook; and two grandchildren.

Mr. Zeckser was cremated. Memorial services were at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Parker-Price Mortuary. Burial is pending.

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ZABEL, EVA IDA (NO DATE)

Eva Ida Zabel, 85, Overland Park, formerly of Onaga, died Friday, December 31, 1999 at Dolman Gardens of Overland Park in Overland Park. She was born November 27, 1914, the daughter of John and Esther Perussel Winters in Onaga and had lived in the Overland Park area for over 60 years.

She was married to Marvin Zabel in Holton. He preceded her in death.

Survivors include one son, Stanley Zabel of Prairie Village; two daughters, Carolyn Jean Duvall, of Wichita and Mary Ruhl of Overland Park; one sister, Estelle Hartmen of Norton; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were Monday at 2:00 p.m. At the Hope Lutheran Church in Shawnee. burial was in the Johnson County Memorial Gardens.

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ZABEL, ANNA MRS. (1953)

Mrs. Anna Zabel was laid to rest at Home cemetery on Tuesday, December 29. Services were held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Duluth, the Rev. J. A. E. Bauer officiating. Pallbearers were Ray Zabel, Lorenz Kuehl, August Wrosch, Walter Ladwig, Mitchell Tessendorf and Ed Rahmeier.

Anna A. Zabel nee Nissen, daughter of Nicklas and Bertha Gerlach Nissen, was born July 17, 1881, at Laclede, Kansas. She was five years old when her mother passed away. Her grandparents took her in. In March 1939 she and her family joined St. Paul's Lutheran Church. She was a faithful member and active in her church. Her Lord in His wise providence laid on her the burden of total blindness in the last few years of her life. But she carried this cross with Christian fortitude.

On April 12, 1900, she was united in holy wedlock to John Zabel and for a short period made their home south of Onaga, when they moved to their home in Onaga. About six years later they moved on their farm south of Duluth, when they retired in December of 1946 and moved again to their home in Onaga. The Lord blessed them with three children. Two daughters, Alta and Edna, preceded her in death. A daughter, Mrs. George Matzke resides south of Wheaton. They were permitted to observe their Golden Wedding anniversary April 16, 1950, among their family and many friends.

She is survived by the beloved husband, by her children, Lucille and George Matzke, two granddaughters and one grandson, relatives and friends. She entered the Onaga hospital a week before the holidays and rallied sufficiently to spend Christmas with her family. On Saturday, she had a heart attack and peacefully fell asleep at 9:15 in the evening.

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ZABEL, CHARLEY L. (NO DATE)

Charley L. Zabel, son of John and Wilhelmina Zabel was born on October 9, 1883 near Duluth, KS and departed this life on October 2, 1965 at the age of 81 years, 11 months and 22 days.

He lived his entire life in the Duluth and Onaga communities. On October 24, 1906 he was united in marriage to Emma Pauline Wrosch. The Lord blessed them with six children: five daughters and one son. He and his wife observed their Golden Wedding anniversary on October 24, 1956.

He was baptised and confirmed in the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, on the 15 th day of May 1929 by the Rev. O. H. W. Hornbostel. He was always interested in the many activities of this congregation and served as Elder of the church for many years, giving ample proof of his fine Christian character, especially of his faith and love for the Lord and his church. He spent his entire life farming on the farm that was homesteaded by his father, until he retired and moved to Duluth, where he lived until the sudden passing of his beloved wife on November 30, 1963. Since then he made his home with his children.

He fell asleep peacefully at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Honig at 10:30 Saturday morning, October 2, 1965.

He was preceded in death by his living wife, Emma, his parents, five brothers, four sisters, and one son-in-law two grandsons and two great-granddaughters.

He is survived by his six children, Adeline Wegner, Lorna Honig, Raymond Zabel, Velma Berges and Delta Marten, all of Onaga, and Grace Pierson of Wheaton; four sons-in-law, Harry Honig, Roy Berges, Maurice Pierson and Lorenz Marten; one daughter-in-law, Marie Zabel; 16 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Leopold Zabel of Shawnee Mission, KS, and Fred Zabel of Wheatridge, CO, many nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held on October 4 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, with burial in the Home Cemetery south of Duluth.

Pallbearers were his grandsons, Donald and Lyle Berges, Kenneth and David Marten, Eugene Pierson and Duane O’Roke.

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ZABEL EMMA PAULINE ( 11-30-1963 )

Emma Pauline Wrosch Zabel, the daughter of Albert and Minnie Wrosch, was born June 4, 1885 on a farm near Wheaton, KS. She was baptized July 12, 1885 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, KS by Pastor D. Stemmerman. She received her Christian training at St. Paul's Lutheran School. She was confirmed on April 8, 1900, by Pastor Juengel, at which time she assumed her baptismal vows.

On October 24, 1906, she was united in marriage to Charley Zabel at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The young couple engaged in farming south of Duluth until 1945 when they moved to Duluth. To this union six children were born, five daughters and one son. She passed away in her sleep, Saturday morning, November 30, at the age of 78 years, 5 months and 26 days.

She leaves to mourn her departure her beloved husband, Charley, the five daughers, and one son: Mrs. Adeline Wegner, Mrs. Lorna Honig, Mrs. Velma Berges and Mrs. Delta Marten all of Onaga and Mrs. Grace Pierson of Wheaton, and Raymond Zabel of Onaga; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Marie Zabel; five sons-in-law, Mefir Wegner, Harry Honig, Roy Berges and Lorenz Marten of Onaga and Maurice Pierson of Wheaton; 16 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; five brothers Emil and Otto Wrosch of Everett, WA August and Walter Wrosch of Onaga, and George Wrosch of Wheaton; two sisters, Mrs. Lena Ristow of Kansas City, KS, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Her parents, one sister, two grandsons and one great-granddaughter preceded her in death.

The pallbearers were her grandsons, Virgil Wegner, Antioch, CA, Charles Zabel, Long Beach, CA. Donald Berges, Manhattan, KS, Lyle Berges, Longford, KS; Eugene Pierson, Wheaton, KS, Victor Zabel and Kenneth marten, Onaga, KS.

Funeral services were held at 2:00 o’clock Monday afternoon, December 2, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, with burial in Home Cemetery south of Duluth. Rev. J. W. A. Becker was in charge of the service.

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ZABEL, DEAN (NO DATE)

DEAN ZABEL, 21, DIES AT WHEATON WEDNESDAY – Dean Zabel, 21, died at the home of his mother, Mrs. Maurice Pierson, of Wheaton after an illness of several months.

He made his home with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Zabel, of Duluth and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth. He was a graduate of Onaga High School and Clark’s Business School in Topeka and until the time of his illness was employed with Ebert Motor Company, city.

Survivors include his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pierson of Wheaton; two half-brothers, James and Eugene Pierson and one half-sister, Theresa Pierson all of Wheaton; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Zabel of Duluth.

Funeral services will be held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock, with the rev. Middendorf officiating.

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ZABEL, FERDINAND (1969)

Mr. Ferdinand Zabel, 89, of Wheatridge, CO, died October 9 at a Denver hospital. For the past six weeks he had been residing at a care home in Denver.

He was born March 19, 1880, on the farm south of Duluth, where his nephew, Raymond Zabel, now lives. Mrs. Zabel operated a furniture store in Onaga before moving to Colorado many years ago.

Survivors include two daughters, Freda Lee Zabel of Lakewood, CO, and Mrs. Lavina Parsons of Wilmington, Del.

Funeral services were held Monday, October 13, at Haward Berkeley Park Chapel, Denver, with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zabel and Mrs. Shirley O’Roke and Debbie attended the services.

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ZABEL, JOHN W. (1984)

John W. Zabel, 86, rural Westmoreland, died late Sunday, November 4, at an Onaga hospital.

He was a retired farmer and stockman.

Mr. Zabel was born October 2, 1898, at Westmoreland, the son of Charles A. and Anna Jung Zabel. He lived in the Westmoreland community all his life.

He was a former 10-year member of the school board for Star Union School district No. 34, rural Westmoreland.

He was married to Nellie Edna McClellan, October 9, 1918, at Westmoreland. She died November 29, 1979. He was also preceded in death by a grandson, Tyler Douglas Zabel, on May 6, 1979.

Survivors include two sons, Eldon Zabel, Wheaton, and Wayne Zabel, Onaga; two daughters, Mrs. Anna Marie Taylor, Westmoreland and Mrs. Alvina Taylor, Westmoreland and Mrs. Alvina House, Littleton, CO; a sister, Mrs. Mary Krouse, Westmoreland; 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

Services were at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, November 7, at Stewart Funeral Home, Wamego. Burial was in Westmoreland City Cemetery. Relatives and friends met from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 6, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Kansas Diabetes Foundation in care of the funeral home or Farmers State Bank in Westmoreland.

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ZABEL, MARIE MRS. (NO DATE)

MRS. MARIE ZABEL, 72, DIES IN TOPEKA – Mrs. Marie M. Zabel, 72, of rural Onaga, died Monday, October 3 at a Topeka hospital. She had been ill several weeks.

The daughter of Herman and Amelia Honig Abitz, She was born August 26, 1911, at Wheaton and attended Wheaton and Duluth schools.

Mrs. Zabel was a member of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, and the Ladies Aid and Parents’ Club at the church. She was a vice-president of Century Elevator Corporation, Albuquerque, NM.

She was married to Raymond Zabel on February 14, 1934, at Duluth. He died October 1, 1976. A son, Charles Zabel, died in 1968.

Survivors include a son, Victor Zabel, Albuquerque, NM; three daughters, Mrs. Shirley O’Roke, Winchester, Mrs. Lila Griggs, Salina, and Mrs. Emmalie Hosey, Topeka; a brother, Richard Abitz, Onaga; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Brunkow, Onaga, Mrs. Lorna Taylor, Wamego and Mrs. Ida Howell, Topeka; ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, October 6, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth. Burial will be in Onaga Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to The Lutheran Hour.

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ZABEL, MINNIIE (25 JANUARY 1966)

Minnie Zabel, daughter of William and Bertha Schwant, was born September 13, 1875 south of Wheaton, Kansas. She was united in marriage to Leopold Zabel, June 17, 1897. To this union 3 children were born: Vida L. of Merriam, KS, Walter W. of Vancouver, WA; and Marvin L. of Overland Park, KS.

They spent their early years on the farm and in 1922 moved to Onaga where they lived until 1963. They then went to live at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Logan in Merriam.

On November 21 Mrs. Zabel had the misfortune to fall and break her leg and was hospitalized until she was brought to Golden Acres Nursing Home December 31, where she passed away January 25.

She was a member of the Congregational Church and was an active member for many years in the Ladies Aid. She was also a member of the Royal Neighbor Lodge and the Art Needlework Club.

She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, three children, seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; one brother, Fred Schwant of Winner, SD, and one sister, Mrs. Clara Wahl of Golden Acres Nursing Home.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. January 27 at the Congregational Church with burial in the Onaga Cemetery.

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ZABEL, NELLIE E. MRS (SPRING 1980)

Westmoreland – Mrs. Nellie E. Zabel, 78, Westmoreland, died Thursday at an Onaga hospital.

She was born June 29, 1901, near Havensville, the daughter of Edward and Mary May McClellan, and lived all her life in the Westmoreland community.

She was married to John W. Zabel October 9, 1918, at Westmoreland. He survives.

Other survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Anna Marie Taylor, Westmoreland, and Mrs. Alvina House, Littleton, CO; two sons, Eldon Zabel, Wheaton, and Wayne Zabel, Onaga; two sisters, Mrs. Delia Reves, Westmoreland, and Mrs. Viola Fischer, Topeka; 12 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, at Stewart Funeral Home, Wamego. Burial will be in the Westmoreland Cemetery. Mrs. Zabel will lie in state until service time at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Kansas Heart Association or Arthritis foundation in care of Farmer State Bank, Westmoreland.

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ZABEL, RAYMOND (30 SEPTEMBER 1976)

Onaga – Raymond J. Zabel, 65, Onaga died Friday at an Onaga hospital where he had been about two weeks. He had cancer.

He was born March 31, 1911, in Onaga, where he spent most of his life. He was a farmer and later worked for the State of Kansas Highway Commission before he retired a few years ago.

He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth.

He married Marie Martha Abitz on February 14, 1934. She survives. A son, Charles Zabel, died June 30, 1968.

Other survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Shirley O’Roke, Winchester, Mrs. Lila Griggs, Salina, and Mrs. Emmalie Moore, Onaga; a son, Victor Zabel, Albuquerque, NM; five sisters, Mrs. Lorna Honig, Mrs. Velma Berges, and Mrs. Delta Marten, all of Onaga, Mrs. Adeline Ogg, Napa, CA; and Mrs. Grace Pierson, Wheaton; and 10 grandchildren.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth. Burial will be in Onaga Cemetery, Onaga. Memorial contributions may be made to Lutheran Hour. Tessendorf Mortuary, Onaga, is in charge of arrangements.

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ZABEL, ROBERT F. (NO DATE)

Robert F. Zabel, son of John and Wilhemina Zabel, was born January 28, 1870 at Onaga, Kansas, where he grew to manhood and resided until 1922 when he moved to Westmoreland where he resided until his death on March 30, 1941 at the age of 71 years, 2 mos. and 2 days.

He was united in marriage on March 29, 1894 to Lena Teske, whom he leaves to mourn his departure. To this union were born three children: Arthur L. Zabel, Westmoreland; Mrs. Ethel McGranahan, Newton, and Mrs. Ada M. Francis, Bonner Springs.

He also leaves four sisters and four brothers: Mrs. Matilda Kolterman, of golden City, MO; Mrs. Amelia Tessendorf, Onaga; Mrs. Theresa Ladwig, of Seneca; Mrs. Malinga Hobbs and Ferdinand Zabel of Fort Collins, CO; George of Los Angeles, and Leopold, John and Charles of Onaga; also seven grandchildren and other relatives and friends.

He was united in the Methodist Church in 1917 and was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America for 45 years.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church in Westmoreland with Rev. A. L. Wright, pastor, officiating. Burial was in Onaga Cemetery.

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ZABEL, WALTER W. (NO DATE)

Walter W. Zabel 79, died February 4 at Vancouver, WA, where he made his home. Funeral services were at 2:00 p.m. Monday, February 9, at a Vancouver funeral chapel, with the Rev. Paul Welburn officiating. Interment was in Park Hill Cemetery.

The son of Leopold and Minnie Schwant Zabel, he was born November 13, 1901 near Onaga and attended Onaga schools.

Mr. Zabel farmed his father’s farm west of Onaga for several years, then moved to Bell, CA where he was a gas transport driver. In 1934 he moved to Vancouver where he was an electrical worker and a mechanics foreman for 20 years.

Mr. Zabel was a member of the Pilgrim Holiness Church and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers No. 48, both at Vancouver.

He was married to Lillian Kuehl, who survives. Other survivors include a son, William Zabel, Avinger, TX; a daughter, Wanda White, Solvang CA; a brother, Marvin Zabel, Kansas City, KS; a sister, Vida Logan, Albuquerque, NM and seven grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a son, Harold, who died in 1952 at the age of 18.

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ZACHARIAS, LOUIS (NO DATE)

Mr. Louis Zacharias, 81, of Atchison, died December 15 in an Atchison hospital after an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Stanton Mortuary at Atchison. Masonic graveside services were conducted at round Prairie Cemetery south of Atchison.

He was born March 16, 1890 at Oak Mills, KS. He was a rural mail carrier and lived in Lawton, IK, and Oak Mills before moving to Onaga in 1939 where he continued as a rural carrier until his retirement in 1960.

He was married to Lizzie Ellis Turner in 1913. She died in 1950. He was married to Lorene Armstrong High July 12, 1953.

Before moving to Atchison in 1967, Mr. and Mrs. Zacharias were active members of the Congregational Church here. Mr. Zacharias served as treasurer of the church and taught a Sunday School class for many years.

He was a member of the First Christian Church at Atchison and the Men’s Sunday School class of the church; Onaga Lodge No. 188 AF&AM; Onaga Chapter No. 71 Order of Eastern Star; the National Rural Letter Carriers Association and the National Association of retired Federal Employees.

Survivors include his wife, Lorene, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Glenn Ferguson of Gladstone, MO; two sons, Louis G. Zacharias, Kansas City, and Dr. David L. Zacharias, Weatherby Lake, MO; a step-daughter Mrs. Richard Chartier, Denver; a step-son, Frank High, Portland, OR; a brother, Paul Zacharias, Leavenworth; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Mr. Harvey Gray and Charles Grutzmacher, Jr. were in Atchison Saturday morning for the services.

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ZECKSER, EMMA THERESE (1957)

Emma Therese Zeckser – Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock funeral services were held for Mrs. William Zeckser of Onaga, at the Lutheran Church, Duluth, KS, with burial at St. Paul’s Lutheran cemetery, the Rev. J. A. E. Bauer officiating.

Emma Therese (Berges) Zeckser was the daughter of John Berges and Kathryn Mitze. She was born December 12, 1894 on a farm five and one half miles southwest of Onaga, KS. She was baptized in infancy by the Rev. A. D. Schmid in St. Luke's Lutheran Church at Wheaton. Her childhood was spent in the community of her birthplace, Mrs. Zeckser attended the Rolling Prairie public and St. Luke's Lutheran schools. In 1909 she was confirmed into the Lutheran faith in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church by Rev. Winnot. She remained at home with her parents until February 23, 1921 when she was married to William Zeckser by the Rev. Droege Moeller.

The Zecksers lived on a farm for 26 years in the Onaga community and in 1947 moved to Onaga. Her health began to fail in 1940 and in 1950 she became an invalid. Gradually becoming ******

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ZECKSER, WILLIAM H. (1975)

William Zeckser, 81, Succumbs Monday – William H. Zeckser, 81, of Onaga died January 13 at Onaga Community Hospital where he had been a patient about three weeks. Funeral services are being held at 2:30 P.M. TODAY (Thursday) at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, where he was a member. Mr. Zeckser will lie in state at the church from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Thursday. Interment will be in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery.

He was born September 26, 1893 at Alma. He farmed in the Onaga and Wheaton communities for many years before his retirement in 1947, and was Onaga City Marshall for several years.

He was married to Emma Berges on February 23, 1921. She died January 24, 1957. On November 3, 1958, he married Mary Owsley of Holton, who survives.

Other survivors include three sons, Roger Zeckser, Topeka; Vernon Zeckser, Fairborn, Ohio and Eldon Zeckser, Woodstock, IL; a daughter, Mrs. Nyla Peter, Chanute; six step-children, Filden Cress, Oklahoma City, Mrs. Delsia Tolman, Westmoreland, Mrs. Frances Dieckmann, Netawaka, Edith Daniels, Tecumseh, NE, Evelyn Southers, golden, CO, and Hazel Overbey, Blue Springs, MO; 16 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; 15 step-grandchildren and 17 step-great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Lutheran Hour.

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ZABEL, LEOPOLD (NO DATE)

Onaga – Leopold Zabel, 93, of Onaga, died at a hospital here early today.

He was born near Onaga February 22, 1873, and lived all his life in the Onaga community.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Vida Logan of Merriam, KS; two sons, Walter Zabel of Vancouver, WA, and Marvin Zabel of Overland Park, KS; a brother, F. E. Zabel of Wheat Ridge, CO; seven grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Congregational Church in Onaga. Burial will be in Onaga Cemetery. The family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Congregational Church building fund at Onaga.

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ZELLER, LOIS IRENE (1980)

Former Onaga Woman Dies in Manhattan – Mrs. Lois Irene Zeller, 76, of Manhattan, died Tuesday at a Manhattan hospital. She was a former resident of the Onaga community. The Zeller family lived on a farm southwest of town and the children attended Onaga schools.

The daughter of Fred W. and Bertha Morris Howe, she was born July 31, 1904, in Riley County.

Mrs. Zeller was a member of the First Congregational Church, the women’s group of the church and was a Sunday school teacher for many years. She also was a member of Riley county Farm Bureau, Business and Professional Women and had worked with 4-H for many years.

She was married to Kenneth Zeller on May 20, 1931, at Ogden. He survives.

Other survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Velma Sanders, Stillwater, OK, Mrs. Marjorie Thompson, Dalton, MN, and Mrs. Marilyn Brown, Holton; three sons, Melvin Zeller, Topeka, Fred Zeller, St. George, and Glenn R. “Earl” Zeller, Des Moines, Iowa; two brothers, Fred Howe, Manhattan, and Clarence Howe, Meriden; 21 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, at Cowan, Edwards, Yorgensen Funeral Home, Manhattan. Burial will be in Sedalia Cemetery.

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ZEHNER, FELICIE MRS. (4 SEPTEMBER 1976)

Services Were Tuesday for Mrs. Felicie Zehner – Services were at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon at Tessendorf Mortuary in Onaga for Mrs. Felicie Emma Rose Zehner 85 of Havensville. Mrs. Zehner died Saturday at her home after a long illness.

She was born January 6, 1891 at Onaga and spent most of her life in the Onaga and Havensville communities.

She was a member of the Congregational Church at Onaga and the Congregational Ladies Aid. She was also a member of the auxiliary of Glen Nicholas Post of the American Legion at Havensville; the Onaga Senior Citizens Club; and of the John Birch Society.

She was married to Roy S. Zehner December 24, 1910. He died in 1971.

Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Felicie Belle Eytchison and Mrs. Elroy Mayhew, both of Havensville, and Mrs. Marjorie Shove of Onaga; two sons, Elwin Zehner of Tijeras, NM, and Frank Zehner of Gas, KS; two brothers, Eli Pinet of Onaga and Armand Pinet of Kansas City; 19 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and a great-great-granddaughter.

Interment was in Onaga Cemetery.

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ZEHNER, ROY (NO DATE)

Roy Zehner, Havensville, Is Heart Attack Victim – Mrs. Roy Zehner, 81, died unexpectedly Sunday night at his home in Havensville, the victim of an apparent heart attack. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Tessendorf Mortuary in Onaga with burial in the Onaga cemetery.

He was born October 3, 1890, at Van Wyck, Idaho and moved to Kansas many years ago. He lived at Havensville many years and was in the logging and pulp business before he retired. He was a member of the Manhattan Chapter of the John Birch Society.

He was married to the former Felicie Pinet, who survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Felicie Belle Eytchison of Arkansas City, Mrs. Elroy Mayhew and Mrs. Marjorie Shove, both of Onaga; two sons, Elwin Zehner of Albuquerque, NM and Frank Zehner of Osage City; 19 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

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ZENNER, JOSEPH J. (18 MARCH 1974)

Funeral services for Joseph J. Zenner, 80, of Abilene, were at 10 o’clock Monday morning at St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church at Onaga. Mr. Zenner died Saturday in a Salina hospital. He had been in ill health for many years.

He was born September 15, 1893 in the St. Mark community west of Wichita and lived at Onaga many years before moving to Abilene about two years ago. He was employed by the Union Pacific Railroad before his retirement in 1955.

He was a member of St. Andrew’s Catholic Church at Abilene and a former member of St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church at Onaga.

He was married to Myrtle Savago April 12, 1914.

Survivors include his widow of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Louise Williams of Wichita; a son, Joseph Zenner, Jr., of Abilene; two sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Hartman and Mrs. Anna Lees, both of Wichita; four grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Burial was in St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery in the Coal Creek community north of Onaga.

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ZICKAFOOSE, FRANK E. 29 SEPTEMBER 1948)

Frank E. Zickafoose, 63, of Rossville, died yesterday at his home after a brief illness. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lydia Zickafoose; one son, Dr. S. F. Zickafoose, of Rossville, and one brother, Henry Zickafoose, of Stapleton, NE.

Mr. Zickafoose was born on December 16, 1884, in Rossville, and spent his entire life there, where he operated a service station.

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ZIMA, JOHN C. (12 NOVEMBER 1973)

Mr. John C. Zima, 77, prominent Emmett businessman, died Monday at Community Hospital here where he had been since October 17. Mr. Zima was a livestock dealer, operating the Zima Livestock Sales Company the past 24 years, and was well-known in Pottawatomie County and surrounding area. He was a charter member of the board of directors of Community Hospital District No. 1, Pottawatomie and Jackson Counties, and currently remained on the board.

He was born December 1, 1895 at St. Marys and spent most of his life in the Emmett community. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church at Emmett, and Council No. 657, Knights of Columbus at St. Marys. He was an Army veteran of World War I.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Teresa Zima, of the home; a son, James Zima, Emmett; three daughters, Mrs. Mary T. Ogle, Mrs. Kathleen McNieve and Mrs. Eileen Rafferty all of Emmett; a brother, Charles Zima, Topeka; a sister, Mrs. Carrie Seaton, Emmett; 14 grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.

He was preceded in death by a son, Jackie Zima, on September 4, 1945, and a brother, Anthony Zima on November 2, 1973.

Services were at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church at Emmett. Burial was in Mount Calvary Cemetery at St. Marys.

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ZABEL, ELLEN MRS. (25 OCTOBER 1955)

Mrs. Zabel Dies Here Early Tuesday Morning – Mrs. Ellen Zabel, 88, of Westmoreland passed away at the Onaga Hospital early Tuesday morning, October 25, after a short illness.

Mrs. Zabel fell in her home October 10 and broke her hip. She was taken to the Onaga hospital and later moved to Stormont Vail for surgery. There her condition was considered too serious for the operation. She was returned to the Onaga hospital Sunday where she remained a patient until the time of her death.

She is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Lilly Bays of Onaga; Annie and Julia of the home; Mrs. Katherine Burt of Junction City; Mrs. May Cook of Alamosa, CO; Mrs. Savilla Springer of Garrison; three sons, Cleve of Westmoreland; Ernest of Parsons, and Charles of Harveyville. Two sons, Alex and Fred, preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be conducted at the Westmoreland Methodist Church this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 o’clock by the Rev. J. Caldwell. Burial will be in the Fox Cemetery, near Westmoreland.

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ZABEL, ARTHUR L. (4/74)

Onaga – Services were here Saturday for Arthur L. Zabel, 78, Onaga, who died April 10 in a Topeka hospital.

He was born July 15, 1895, near Onaga and had lived in Kansas City before moving back to Onaga in 1972. He was a blacksmith, carpenter and painter.

He was married to Mabel Moore, who died in March 1972.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Banks, Wamego and Mrs. Evelyn Holt, Manhattan; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Mary Love, Topeka; Mrs. Marjorie Bergreen, Kansas City, KS; and Mrs. Norma Dretz, Liberal; a stepson, Robert Moore, Wamego; a sister, Mrs. Ethel McGranahan, Wichita; five grandchildren; nine step-grandchildren, a great-grandson and eight step-great-grandchildren.

Burial was in Home Cemetery west of Onaga.

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ZABEL, ARTHUR L. (1974)

Funeral services for Arthur L. Zabel, 78, of Onaga were Saturday at Tessendorf Chapel with burial in Home Cemetery northwest of Onaga. Mr. Zabel died April 10 in a Topeka hospital.

He was born July 15, 1895, near Onaga and lived in Kansas City and Wamego before moving back to Onaga in 1972. He was a blacksmith, carpenter, and painter.

He was married to Mabel K. Moore in April 1950. She preceded him in death in March 1972.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Banks, Wamego, and Mrs. Evelyn Holt, Manhattan; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Mary Love, Topeka, Mrs. Norma Dretz, Liberal, and Mrs. Marjorie Bergreen, Kansas City, Ks; a stepson, C. Robert Moore, Wamego; a sister, Mrs. Ethel McGranahan, Wichita; five grandchildren; nine step-grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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ZIMMERMAN, I. W., MRS. (NO DATE)

Mrs. I. W. Zimmerman Dead – This community was shocked on the 9 th instant by the receipt of the distressing intelligence of the death of Mrs. I. W. Zimmerman, which occurred in Kansas City during the early morning of the 9 th.

The facts are substantially as follows: the deceased had been almost an invalid for several years, and trouble and ill health had affected her mind until it became necessary to watch her to keep her from injuring herself. About 4 o’clock on the morning of the 9 th, Miles, the eldest son, arose and missed his mother from her bed and room. After searching through the house, and not finding her, Miles went to the cellar, where he found his mother hanging by the neck to a beam, which supported the joists. He cut the rope and with the aid of Walter, another brother, carried the limp and lifeless body of the unfortunate woman up stairs, and summoned a doctor.

The poor woman had turned a clothesbasket upside down, and standing thereon had tied the rope about her neck to the beam, and simply stepped off the basket. When the physician arrived an electric battery was applied and all efforts to resuscitate her were futile. The physician said she had been dead more than an hour before discovered.

Flora Benedict Zimmerman was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Benedict, who formerly resided in this county, on what is now a part of the G. A. McVicar farm in Vienna Township. Here she grew up to womanhood, loved and respected by all who knew her. She was married to I. W. Zimmerman at the home of Major R. W. Jenkins in 1876. Her husband was elected County Clerk of this county and served in that capacity from 1883 to 1887. Two sons and one daughter, Elna, were born to her and survive her.

The body was prepared for burial and brought to Onaga, Saturday evening and was taken to the home of Judge and Mrs. Huffman, where it was viewed by many former friends. The funeral was held at the Congregational Church in this city at 3:00 o’clock, Sunday afternoon, Rev. J. J. Wilson of Wheaton, preaching a tender and touching sermon eulogistic of the many virtues that endeared the deceased to so many in this community. Burial was given in the Vienna cemetery beside the grave of her mother, who died when Mrs. Zimmerman was about ten years of age. The aged father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Benedict, the sorrowing husband and sons were present; the daughter, being prostrated with grief, was unable to attend the funeral.

The deceased and her family were known to a large circle of old-time citizens here, and the sad circumstances surrounding her death have bowed many hearts in deepest sorrow. The sympathy of the community is extended to the sorrowing ones who have lost the best friend on earth.

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ZABEL, LENA MRS. (NO DATE)

Again we have been called to give up one of Onaga’s pioneers Mrs. Lena Zabel. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Teske. Born March 30, 1874 west of Onaga, she passed away at the Onaga Hospital July 24, 1964 at the age of 90 years, 3 months and 25 days.

She was united in marriage to Robert F. Zabel March 29, 1894 who preceded her in death on march 30, 1941.

To this union were born 3 children: Arthur L. Zabel, Kansas City, MO; Ethel F. McGranaham; Wilson, KS; Ada M. Francis, Kansas City, KS.

She was a member of the Methodist Church. Three grandchildren two brothers and five sisters have preceded her in death.

She leaves to mourn her death her 3 children seven grandchildren seventeen great grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews one brother William Teske of Marshfield, Wisconsin and many dear friends of Onaga where she has lived the past 18 years.

The pallbearers were four grandsons and two great grandsons.

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ZWYGART, GLEN “BUD” (1986)

Glen “Bud” Zwygart, 58, Ozawkie, died Wednesday, December 10, at a Topeka hospital. He had cancer.

Mr. Zwygart was a farmer and stockman many tears. He also operated a Ford dealership in Pawnee City, NE from 1972 to 1974 and owned Zwygart Chevrolet in Valley Falls from 1974 to 1985. He served in the Army from 1946 to 1947.

He was born March 2, 1928 in Topeka, the son of Walter and Lesta Gragg Zwygart. He was graduated from Ozawkie High School. He spent most of his life in the Ozawkie and Valley Falls communities. He was a resident of Onaga for several years when he farmed north of town.

Mr. Zwygart was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church at Meriden, Graham-Herber Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3084 at Valley Falls, North Post No. 400 of the American Legion and Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge No. 555, both in Topeka, and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge of Ozawkie.

He was married to Anna Kathryn Patterson December 31, 1951, at Ozawkie. She survives.

Other survivors include two daughters, Kathy Zwygart, Memphis, TN and Mrs. Karen Ehrhart, Hoyt; three sons, Bill Zwygart, Pawnee City, NE, Jim Zwygart, Meriden, and Randy Zwygart, at home; a brother, Lloyd Zwygart, Meriden; and four grandchildren.

Mass of Christian burial was at 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 12, at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Meriden. Burial was in Ozawkie Cemetery.

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ZILLMAN, ROBERT L. (NO DATE)

Robert L. Zillman, 35, Wheaton, died early Tuesday, April 29, at a Wamego hospital after several months illness. He had cancer.

Mr. Zillman was a farmer.

He was born March 10, 1951, at Onaga, the son of Reinhardt and Fern Bosse Zillman. He spent his life in the Wheaton community. Mr. Zillman was a member of the St. Luke's Lutheran Church at Wheaton and Onaga Young farmers.

Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Fern Zillman, Wheaton; a sister, Mrs. Elaine Norman, Salina; and two brothers, Paul Zillman, Wamego, and Otto Zillion, Strong City.

Services were at 1:30 Friday, May 2, at St. Luke's Lutheran Church at Wheaton. Burial was in St. Luke South Cemetery at Wheaton.

Kufahl Funeral Home, Wheaton, was in charge of arrangements.

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ZABEL, JOHN FREDRICK (14 JANUARY 1958)

John Fredrick Zabel, son of John and Wilhelmine Zabel, was born on April 5, 1878, near Duluth, and departed this life on January 14, 1958, at the age of 79 years, 9 months and 9 days. He lived his entire life in the Duluth and Onaga communities, except the last for years which were spent at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Matzke, near Wheaton.

On April 12, 1900, he was united in holy wedlock to Anna A. Nissen. The Lord blessed them with three children. Two daughters, Alta and Edna, died in infancy. His wife, Anna, preceded him in death on December 26, 1953.

He and his wife observed their Golden Wedding Anniversary on April 16, 1950.

In march, 1939, he joined St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, of which he remained a member.

His life was spent in farming and writing insurance until a few years ago when failing health forced him to retire.

He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Lucille Matzke, his son-in-law George Matzke, three grandchildren, Marcella, Maureen, and Roger Matzke; one sister, Mrs. Amelia Tessendorf, Onaga; for brothers, Leopold of Onaga, Ferdinand of Wheatridge, CO, Charley of Duluth and George of Yucapi, CA, and a host of other friends and relatives.

Three brothers and three sisters and also one granddaughter, Lila Jane Matzke, preceded him in death.

Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Duluth, on January 17, 1958, with Rep. H. A. Middendorf of Wheaton officiating. He was laid to rest beside his wife in ****

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ZABEL, MARVIN L. (NO DATE)

Marvin L. Zabel, 75, Overland Park, former owner of the Overland Dyna-Jet Car Wash, died April 9, 1989, at Shawnee Mission Medical Center.

Mr. Zabel owned the car wash in Overland Park from 1962 until retiring in 1980. He was a homebuilder from 1953 until 1962.

He was a member of Hope Lutheran Church. He was born in Onaga, KS and lived in the Overland Park area 55 years.

Survivors include his wife, Eva Winters Zabel of the home, a son, Stanley K. Zabel, Prairie Village; two daughters, Carolyn Jean Duvall, Wichita, and Mary Ruhl, Overland Park; a sister, Vida Logan, Albuquerque, NM; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Services were at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 12, at the church with burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

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ZABEL, ORA MRS. (NO DATE)

Mrs. Ora Zabel, 102, of Covina, CA, died Thursday, December 19,1990, at a nursing home.

She was born August 12, 1881. She was married to George Zabel, July 1908. He preceded her in death.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Marylin Solomon, Covina, CA; two grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Zabel is also survived by several nieces and nephews at Onaga.

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ZENNER, MYRTLE K. MRS. (NO DATE)

Mrs. Myrtle K. Zenner, 91, Abilene, formerly of Onaga, died Thursday November 19, 1987, at an Abilene nursing home.

She was born May 14, 1896, at Onaga, the daughter of John and Emma Myers Savago, and spent most of her life in the Onaga area. She moved to Abilene to be near relatives.

Mrs. Zenner and her husband farmed near Onaga and later operated a restaurant in Onaga. She was a cook at the Onaga Hospital several years.

She was a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church in Abilene and a former member of the St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church at Onaga. She also was a longtime member of royal Neighbors of America.

She was married to Joseph J. Zenner, April 14, 1914. He preceded her in death. A son, Eugene Zenner, died in infancy.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Louise Grim, Hartford, Arkansas; a son, Joseph Zenner, Abilene; two sisters, Mrs. Agnes Schramm, Marysville and Mrs. Betty Brewer, Elkhorn, NE; a brother, Francis Savago, Omaha, NE; four grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and 13 great-great-grandchildren.

Mass of Christian Burial was at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, November 21, in St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church at Onaga. Burial was in Coal Creek Cemetery north of Onaga.

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ZILLMANN, REINHARD GUSTAV PAUL (5/73)

Reinhard Gustav Paul Zillmann departed this earthly life at the Wamego City hospital, May 6, 1973, at the age of 64 years, 11 months and 26 days.

He was born to Reinhold and Anna Zillmann May 10, 1908, at Obenhagen, Germany. In January 1928, he emmigrated to America and settled in the Wheaton, Kansas community. He worked at various jobs in the Wheaton and Onaga community. Since January 1935 he farmed southeast of Wheaton.

He became an American citizen December 15, 1934 and was received into membership with St. Luke's Lutheran Church soon after his arrival in the Wheaton community. He remained a member of this church for the remainder of his life.

He was united in marriage to Fern Bosse on December 25, 1934. To this union were born three sons and one daughter.

Survivors include his wife of the home; three sons, Paul Zillmann, Wamego, Robert Zillmann of the home and Airman First Class Otto Zillmann of the home; a daughter, Elaine Zillmann, Salina; four sisters, Margaret Schultz, Erna Grosh, Agnes Haberland and Meta Brotzmann all of Germany.

Funeral services were May 10 at St. Luke's Lutheran Church at Wheaton with burial in St. Luke’s South Cemetery.

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ZILLMANN, FERN LUCILLE (NO DATE)

Fern Lucille Zillmann, age 82, died Monday, October 10, 1994, at Westy Care Center in Westmoreland. She had been a resident there since 1993.

She was born April 30, 1912, at Wheaton, the daughter of Emil Julius Otto Bosse and Anna Katherine Stelter, and attended school in Wheaton.

She was married to Reinhard G. Zillmann on December 25, 1934 at Wheaton and they farmed in the area until his death. She lived on the family farm until 1986 then lived in Wamego until 1993 when she moved to the Westmoreland care home.

Mrs. Zillmann was a member of the St. Luke's Lutheran Church at Wheaton transferring her membership to Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church in Wamego. She was a member of Lutheran Women’s Missionary League of Wamego.

She was preceded in death by her husband, one son, and two sisters. Survivors include two sons, Paul Zillmann of Wamego, and Otto Zillmann, Strong City; a daughter, Elaine A. Norman, Salina; a sister, Faye Kuehl, Onaga; and seven grandchildren.

Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. today (Thursday, October 13) at R. J. Evans Mortuary, Wamego. Interment will be in St. Luke South Cemetery, Wheaton.

A memorial has been established in her name to be designated at a later date.

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ZIMA, TERESA B. (NO DATE)

Mrs. Teresa Bridget Zima, 90, Emmett, died Wednesday, January 24, 1990, at a St. Mary’s nursing home.

Mrs. Zima and her husband owned and operated Zima Livestock Sale Co., in Emmett.

She was born December 23, 1899, near Emmett, the daughter of Patrick and Bridget Clarkin McNeive.

Mrs. Zima was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Emmett and the Altar Society at the church, the Jolly Workers Club and Emmett Senior Citizens. She also was a member of Hoy-Heim Unit No. 178 of the American Legion Auxiliary in St. Marys.

She was married to John C. Zima September 22, 1920, in Emmett. He died November 12, 1973. A son, John P. Zima, died September 4, 1945.

Survivors include three daughters, Mary T. Ogle, Topeka, Kathleen McNeive, Emmett, and Eileen Knipp, Ozawkie; a son, Jams Zima, Emmett; 14 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10 a.m. Saturday, January 27, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Emmett. Burial was in Mount Calvary Cemetery in St. Marys.

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ZACHARIAS, LORENE A. (NO DATE)

Services were at 2 p.m. Friday, November 8, in Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home in Atchison for Lorene Althea Armstrong Zacharias, 90, of Lakewood, CO; formerly of Atchison. She died Saturday, November 2, 1991, at a Lakewood nursing home.

She was born February 23, 1901, near Carthage, MO., the daughter of John N. and Permelia S. Crews Armstrong. She attended Oak Grove School near Doniphan.

She had lived in Colorado the past five years.

Mrs. Zacharias was a member of the First Christian Church in Atchison and was the first member of record to be baptized in the present building in 1913. She also was a member of Onaga Chapter No. 71 of the Order of Eastern Star and was worthy matron in 1965. She was a member of Kansas State Women’s Auxiliary to Rural Carrier’s Association. She was president of the auxiliary in 1961 and past president in 1974 of National Association of Retired Federal Employees in Atchison.

She married Louis Zacharias on July 12, 1953, in First Christian Church in Atchison. They lived in Onaga until 1967, when they moved to Atchison. He died December 15, 1971. A son, Frank High, a daughter, Nadine High and a stepson, Louis Zacharias, preceded her in death.

Survivors include a daughter, Neoma Chartier, Broomfield, CO; a stepdaughter, Colleen Ferguson, Kansas City, MO; a stepson, Dr. David Zacharias, Topeka; six grandchildren and nine step-grandchildren.

Burial was in the Armstrong-Case Cemetery north of Atchison.

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ZENNER, MARJORIE A. (NO DATE)

Marjorie A. Zenner, 75, Abilene, died Saturday, May 23, 1998, at an Abilene hospital.

She was born August 13, 1922, near Hanover, the daughter of Henry C. and Hanna M. Randell Braall. She attended Hanover schools and was graduated from Morrowville High School in Washington County and Beatrice Beauty Academy in Beatrice, Nebraska. She worked in a beauty shop in Marysville five years and for federal civil service in Marshall County 10 years.

She was a member of St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Abilene.

She was married to Marvin V. Smalley July 26, 1940. He was killed in action in France during World War II. She was married to Francis J. Lammerding February 14, 1949. They lived on a farm near Marysville. They were divorced in 1976 and she moved to Abilene. She was married to Joseph Zenner May 13, 1996. He survives.

Other survivors include stepsons, Michael W. Zenner, Lenexa, and Patrick E. Zenner, Newton; a step-daughter, Vicky *****

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