Fred W Ollenburg Obit

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Fred W Ollenburg Obit - FRED W. OLLENBURG The instructors comprise one...
FRED W. OLLENBURG The instructors comprise one of the most competent groups of men in Fred W. Ollenburg, oldest son of .heir respective professions ever Peter.and Amelia Ollenburg. was assembled for adult educational born in West Prussia, Germany, March 5, 1067, and died Aug. 14. 1957, at a 'Mitchell hospital. He was 90 years old. purposes. The present high standards of banking service in communities ! throughout the country will be en- He was baptized and confirmed .hanced by attendance of local bank in the Lutheran faith at an early I officers at this specialized banking age. 'school. Mr. OJlenburg came to the United States with his parents in 1885. After After visiting relatives in Wisconsin and Iowa, the family moved to South Dakota and settled on a homestead in Hanson County where they farmed for 20'years. On July 8, 1892, Mr. Ollenburg married Sophia Lehman. Five children children were born to the couple. His wife died in 1953 and a son, Arthur, died in 1956. A son and a daughter also died in infancy. The Ollenburgs moved to Mitchell Mitchell in 1911. Funeral services were held in the Zion Lutheran Church Aug. 17 with the Rev, John E. Lutze officiating. Music was by Mrs. Lutze. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery. The Br.oadbent Funeral Home was in CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Dr. Tobin, Sisters and nurses at St. Joseph's, also wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the many cards visits during my illness and at St. Joseph's. your town about a year ago." His description of her is this: "She was very attractive, bright, somewhere between 25 and 30 and expressed a keen interest in arts. She was an above-the-kncc amputee. If anyone in R e p u b 1 i eland knows, or has heard of such a wo man, write us and we will for ward the information. The Feder ation feels it "might be able to us her" in a TV package it is develop ing. and stay Mrs. Retta Braciy charge of arrangements. Active pallbearers were A. C. Lemke, Howard Smith, George Carstens. Carstens. Otto Krickrehm, Clarence Buelow and Carl Carlson. Honorary pallbearers were Gus 'lagman, John Flagman, and John Dobson of Alexandria, and Wiiliam 'lagman, Carl Hubert and Emil Schuldt of Mitchell. Survivors include his two sons, her full time career. She is employed employed in the Classified Department and writes want ads, takes care of contract tickets, local advertising contracts. Her hobbies include sewing sewing and art. She does much of the art work" for editorial department. Jerry Koster: Was employed in April, 1944, and currently lives near Fedora. She too, works for the classified department. Sharon Croson: Miss Croson is a graduate of Mt. Vernon High. She was employed from June of 1955 to Sept., 1956. She then em-oiled at the University of South Dakota and returned to Mitchell for summer employment. She will be a sophomore sophomore at USD this fall. Carl and Walter of Mitchell, and latives the past three weeks. ,wo brothers, H. H. Ollenburg of 3arner, la., and John Ollenburg of Mitchell. Five grandchildren and five great grandchildren also survive. Annual Chicken Supper, Sunday Aug. 25th at Holy Family Catholi Church. Serving from 4 p. -i. on Adults S'.flO: Children 50 cents. Mrs. Wendall Harbert and chil dren, Larrie Ann, Thomas, Colleen, , and Dannj;, returned to their home in Brush, Coio., Tuesday after visit , ing at the homes of S. W. Harbert and Thomas Strand and oti>er re- We CARD OF THANKS wish to thank neighbors, Friends and relatives, Pastor and Mrs. Lutze, the Zion Lutheran Ladies Ladies Aid, the Presentation Sisters, Dr. Nelimark and Delaney who cared for our beloved father during during his last illness. We deeply appreciate appreciate all these kindnesses during during our recent bereavement. Walter Ollenburg Carl Ollenburg and Family Should you tall to receive your copy of the Daily Republic on any weekday, phone 514 before before 6:0y p. m. On Saturday complaint cal'.s should be made before 4:30 p. m. Your Daily Republic will be delivered to vn\\ oronmtlv / Out-of-town relatives attend i n g the Fred Ollenburg funeral services were H. H. Ollenburg of Garner, la., Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ollenburg of Ventura, la., Mr. and Mrs Herb Ollenburg of Garner, la., Luther Luther Ollenburg of Knpke, la., and Bichard Ollenburg of Frem o n t, Neb. U you know ot any local new§ co operate with vour dally paper and

Clipped from The Daily Republic24 Aug 1957, SatPage 3

The Daily Republic (Mitchell, South Dakota)24 Aug 1957, SatPage 3
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