nic henrich funeral 30 jun 1955

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nic henrich funeral
30 jun 1955 - Nick Hen rich Buried At St. Mary's Tuesday A.M....
Nick Hen rich Buried At St. Mary's Tuesday A.M. . Nick Henrich, lifetime" resident resident of Sioux County and the Alton vicinity, passed on at his home early Sunday morning after after an illness of nearly five years. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Mary's church here, with Rev. Budolph Henrich, nephew of the deceased, officiating. Mr. Henrich was born Oct. 28, 1882 at Alton. He was married married Jan. 25, 1916, to Matilda Kellen. Survivors include the widow, two sons, Leo of Archer, Iowa; Pfc. Francis of Camp McCoy, McCoy, Wisconsin; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Kellen of Granville and Mrs. Anita Stine of Las Vegas, Nev.; 7 grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Anna Schnee and Miss Clara Henrich, both of Alton, Sr. M. Cornelia of Mt. St. Francis, Dubuque; and three brothers, Joseph, Peter and John, all of Madison, Minn. Pallbearers at the funeral were Peter Schneider, C. B. Schneider, Anthon Klein, Otto Kettler, Martin Streff and Mike Hansen. Present from a distance at the services were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Klein, Sioux Falls; Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kellen, Muss Catherine Smidt, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gahan, Danbury; Danbury; Arlene Kellen, Omaha; Peter and Math Frey, Mrs. A. Noelett, Hastings, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Martin, Cherokee; Cherokee; from Madison, Minn.: Messrs. and Mesdames Joe Hen- cene and Anna Marie Schlos- sn, Robert and Mary Ann Henrich; Henrich; fi'om Adrian, Minnesota: Messrs. and Mesdames Nick, Joe and Dom. Kellen, Vernon Brandenburg, Brandenburg, Ted Bullerman Jr., Frank Klein, Mrs. Ted Bullerman, Bullerman, Mrs. Lou Fritz, Mrs. N. Kunkel; Mrs. Clara Adler, Howard, Howard, S. D., Sr. M. Cornelia, Dubuque; Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. A. Neilson, Neilson, Alcester, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoll, Gaza; a large group from Archer and a number number from Remsen and LeMars 9nd Sheldon. Sr. M. Kathleen Dies Suddenly At Remsen June 26 Sister M. Kathleen, 60, the former Kathleen Niggeling of Remsen, died suddenly Sunday at 7:30 p. m. while visiting her family at Remsen. Graduating in 1914 from St. Mary's school at Remsen, she taught country schools for a few years and in 1918 entered the convent at Dubuque. She taught at Odebolt, Holy Cross, Hospers, Remsen and Oyens, & was presently teaching at Holy Name School in Dubuque. Her body was sent to Mt. St. Francis convent in Dubuque for burial. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Henry Niggeling of Remsen, Remsen, the following brothers and sisters: Nick, John and Michael of Remsen, Mrs. Wm. Niehus of LeMars, Mrs. Mae Palmer of Senton, Mich. Mrs, H, Hensing Rites Friday At 9:30 A. M. Here Relatives here were notified of the death of Mrs. Helen Hensing, Hensing, long time Alton resident, at St. Joseph hospital in Sioux City at 9:45 Tuesday evening. Rosary will be held at the Manning Fimeral 'home in "lioux City. 500 Wgsti church, Alton, at 9:30 Friday morning. Mrs. Hensing was 85 years old in February and for some years past lived in Sioux City with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Bogaard. Bogaard. She was the former Helen Sauer and was married in LeMars to Wm. Hensing, who preceded her in death many years ago. Visited in Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Muehl and family and Francis Van

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  1. The Alton Democrat,
  2. 30 Jun 1955, Thu,
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