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jHOLD SCHLIEKER I FUNERAL RITES AT ARENZVILLE of ea Arciavnie, Dec. 22 —Funeral s»rv- ires for Charles Henry Schileker wiio passed away Wednesday morning were r**ld Fridav altemotm at 1-30 at the 'limitv church here Rev. William Halien. otficiateti. The paliocarers w’tre nephews and the floral tributes were cared i >r bv nieces of Mr. Sch- liekf r Burial wa& made in the church cemetery. Charlea Henry SchJUekcr, a ru4«iit the Trinity ehttteh neiehhorhiod, e; >: of Meredo?»!'! passed away WVd- nesdajr morning, IK*cemi>cr 20, on his >iat*eth birti»day. Mr and Mrs Bernard Schlieker, pi«>ward ne. r setth-rs wlio csme from Hanover. Germany late in the 60.s These children. John, William. an ; Charles, Anna, August, and Ben were all horn and raised to maturity on the ih« • moose I pie* Of t ormed wh. ie schllek by thep parents ctirmuoî jy known •ghborhood, fa- vtxrrir!i and ap- 1320, 1931 heae children, John died Anna in IS*16, and August in in !r. Schlieker s adult years have been lived to his church which ne served a.s trustee for many years, ¡and he was a director of the Hickory (irove w hool tor several years and for moM of its existence was a mem- , ber of the Morgan County Farm Bu- j reau. His wife, who passed away in Feb- 1920. was the former Miss j ruary fie Eiike whom he married July 4 , 1901 He is survived by two children Hsrvey and Velma both of this com- munity. Mr. Schlieker was a very disposed inati and accommodating, to » superlative decree to thoM* with whom he came in contact __________________

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 23 Dec 1933, Sat,
  3. Page 9

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