Bessie Scherer death announcement

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Sadness Felt in Many Muscatine Homes as Grim Reaper Comes During 911 Sorrow and sadness were written into the records of 1937 as Death, the Grim Reaper, touched many homes in the community. Prominent citizens, promising youths and tiny children children alike were summoned during during the past 12 months. The following necrology was compiled from records kept by the registrar of vital statistics: JANUARY 1—Mrs. Marie Dippel, 73, Musc- catine. 2—Martin Rabedeaux, 94, 607 Sycamore street. 2—Miss Louise Molis, 83, 307 East Third street. 2—John Melvin Clough, 60. Muscatine. 2—Minnie Gilbert, 62, Baker institute. institute. 3—Peter Francis Smith, 78, 1209 Smalley avenue. 3—Mrs. Eva Rosenberg, 54, Muscatine. 3—John A. Serata, 49, Baker institute. 4—Maria Schmidt. 69, 116 West Fulliam avenue. 4—Frederick Gottfried Mesch, 83, Lutheran homes. 5_ Mrs. Bessie Scherer, 61, Baker institute. 5—Henry H. Luttig, 82, 310 Busch street. 7—John J. Schibline, 34, 315 Cedar street. 9—James Sullivan. 83, 412 East Fifth street, . 9—George H. Niebling, 40, Muscatine. Muscatine. 10—Louis C. Schmidt, 65, Muscatine Muscatine county home. 11—Kerurah M. Hopkins, 83, 1493 Washington street. 14—Louisa Wilhelmina Schmidt Brossart, 69, Sweetland town- Trio Met Death in Planes 11—Harry C. Herwig, 42, Lake township. 11—Mary Elizabeth Browning, 79, 201 Ash street. 12—Ira N. Reynolds, 37, Muscatine. Muscatine. 14—Grace M, Noll, four days, Lake township. 15—Libbie Leyda, 81, tine. Airplane tragedies took a heavy proportionate toll in Muscatine Muscatine during the year 1937. Pictured above, the three victims, reading from left to right are: James Christman, his son, Lloyd Christman and Alvin Bishop. The two youths were flying together when their plane crashed near the municipal airport while the cider Christman, Christman, manager of the Muscatine airport, met instant death in a crash during a flying exhibition at Cedar Rapids several months later. 16—Marie C. Nolting, 95, Fruit, Fruit, land township. 16—Charles Wesley Momgo- mery, 50, Muscatine. 17—Lon Wilder, 80, 1726 Palm street, 18—George A, Reid, 57, Baker institute. 18—Carl Ernest Welendorf, 51, Muscatine. 20—John S. McCormaha, 84, 520 Maple avenue. 20—Ivan C. Martin, 25, 1203 Indiana street. 21—Alice Nolte, 62, Muscatine. 22—Hazel Wardlow, 39, Mus- jatine. 22 Samuel W. Pettit, 84, Muscatine. Muscatine. Musca- 1 24 frank William Folsom, 67,1 Muscatine. ! 25—George Granville Drury, j 61, Muscatine. 27—Katherine Hopewell, 51, 405 Van Horn street. 28—Sarah F. Heed, 64, 1101 Ne- ship. 14—William Johnson Reid, 403 East Ninth street. 72,! 14—Arthur Lewis Conger, 47, Muscatine. 16—George Winters. 78, Muscatine. Muscatine. 17—Alivilda Lucas Cooley, 72, Sweetland township. 17—Alphon Lund, 48, Baker institute. institute. 18—Albert D, Clark, 76, 1605 Willow street. 19—Edith Louise Van Camp, 71, Sweetland township. 20—James Henry Robinson, 77, Baker institute. 20—Gloria Elizabeth Hampton, four hours, Muscatine. 20—Edward Lanfll Kinnan, 61, 106 West Fifth street. 20—William John Groters, 58, Muscatine. 20—Liliie Cook Landon, 42, Muscatine. 22—Charlie D. Timmerman, 44, 812 East Seventh street. 22— Erna Raethz, 36, 1087 Lucas Lucas street. 24— Leonard Melton Staats, 37, Muscatine. 26— Porter Z. Newman, 70, Baker Baker institute. 26— Henry E. Lang, 71, 311 West Third street 27 — James J. Barlow, 58, Baker institute. 27— Ray Myron Bonsil, 50, Cedar Cedar Rapids. 27— John Louis Callas, 20, East | Third street. 28— William Hendriks, 79, 407 West Fourth street. 29— Mary Kurriger, 68, 997 Lucas Lucas street. 30— Edna Elizabeth Singleton, 62, Fruitland. 30 — Billy Joe Maylone, 20 months, Muscatine. 31— Augusta De Witt, 80, 168 Sherman street, FEBRUARY 1— Lillian Anzy Marshal], 54, Baker' institute. 2 — Frances Franklin, 88, 414 Lee street, 3 — Henry Hammond, 71, Baker institute. 4— Harry S. Williams, five months, Cedar township. 4 — Herman Car: Otte, 47, Muscatine, Muscatine, 5— Lydia Ellen Utley, 82, Bloomington township. 5 — Frank Ladick, 56, Baker institute. institute. 5— Sherman Baker, 72, Baker institute. -5_William R. Nail, 78, 402 Angle street. 5 — Jacob Milton Hildebrand, 76, Muscatine. 7— Eli D. Atkins, 78, Canon avenue. avenue. 8— Carl Berdahl, 62, 208 East Sixth street. 8— Margaret Faulhaber, 54, 215 Roselawn avenue. 8 — Nancy Jane Long, 85, 308 East Ninth street. 10 — Loretta V. Koch, 32, Muscatine. Muscatine. 10— Edna M. Hocke, 34, 215 West Eleventh street. 10— John Elliot Gertenbach, 67, Muscatine. 11 — Louise Moeller, 60, Muscatine. Muscatine. orasKa si-ruei. MARCH 1— Mrs. Alice Ball, 44, Baker institute. 1— Henry T, Trader, 79, 511 East Third street. 2— Mrs, Ella Sling, 59, 1210 Hershey avenue. 5— Eva N. Bedwell, 49, Muscatine. Muscatine. g_Margaret Truman Wigir.i, 81 208 Cherry street. 7_Mary Shelley Giesenhaus, 70, 309 East Front street. 7 — Mrs, Carrie Compton, 45, Baker institute. 9_Mrs. Amanda Tuttle, 68, 403 West Fourth street, 13— James A. Billingsley, 44, Baker institute. 14_Anna Williams, 77, 519 Park avenue. 14 — Oliver E. Reynolds, 71, Muscatine. 14 — Cornelia Funck Woodcock, 55, 306 West Third street. 15— Jesse Charles Wood, 73, Sweetland township. 15— Shirley A. Baumgardner, one year, Muscatine. 15— Elmer E, Davidson, 75, 112 East Seventh street. 17 — Jacob Lemkau, 82, Musca- tne. 18— Dorothy Lillian Beitel, 23,

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  1. The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune,
  2. 30 Dec 1937, Thu,
  3. Page 75

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