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rtUSAMT ACRES • • ,who sang a duet accompanied by Lori Snelier. Then Lori Shelter sang and also played her flute, accompanied by Julie Starker*burg. Starker*burg. Miss Kathy Oldenkamp of Hull was a Thursday, September 24 visitor with Hattie Van Engen. Mrs. Milton Oittmer of Ireton called on Garrett Rlcklefs Thursday, September 24. Mr. and Mrs. J. Houtsrna of Hospers were Thursday, Sept* ember 24 cailers on Mrs. Westra. Mrs.-Joe Smeenk and Howard Anthony of Orange City visited with the Hubblings Thursday, September 24. Mrs. Smeenk also called on Dora Hospers. On Thursday, September 24, a lovely bouquet was brought to the Home from Mrs. Emma Goeringers funeral. , Mrs. Helen Meis and Mrs. Angela McGilllck of.Sheldon visited with Mrs. A. Palmtag on Friday, September 25. * Cakes were brought Friday, September 25 for Dena Hospers birthday by Mrs. Olin Relnger, Mrs. Elmer Vander Brake, Miss Dorothy Rowenhorst and Miss Helen Van Wechel all of Orange City. The cake was enjoyed by all the residents and employees. Other visitors with Dena Hospers Hospers to help her celebrate her birthday were Mrs. .Dena Van Klompenburg of Bellflower, California and Mrs. Clarice Filkkema of Orange City. Saturday, September 26 visitors 1931, Father 1943, Sister 1893. She was united In marriage to, Rev. Edward GMflhgor on September 18,1§62 at Ceytbn, Minnesota. This Urtldrt was blessed with 14 ehlidren, 4 daugh ters prfeceeded her irl death, Amanda and Elsfe in early in- and Edna at the dgdof 2L Five sons and five daughters survive the loss of their mother, namely, Irma, Mrs^ Wm. Hollander, Boyden, Boyden, Iowa; Ernest Goeringer, Ceylon, Minnesota; Malda, Mrs. H. Schumacher, Clovls,'Calif.; Hilda, Mrs. Fred Hollander, Boyden, Iowa; Ella, Mrs. Albert Heinle, Sanger, Callf&rnla; Ewald Goerlnger, Hull, Iowa; Otto Goerlnger, Rapid City, South Dakota; Arthur Goerlnger, Hull, Iowa; Walter Goeringer, Hull, Iowa; Viola, Mrs. Theophll Ackermann, Llnton, North Dakota; Dakota; and 27 grandchildren, 26 greatgrandchildren, and a host of relatives and friends. Her husband, Rev, Edward Georinger proceeded her In death on June 7, 1947. Since v his death she has made her home together with her son, Arthur Goertnger, at Hull, Iowa until the Infirmities of age compelled compelled her to enter the Pleasant Acres Rest Home In Hull, Iowa. Here she departed this life on Monday,' September 21st at 12:40 p.m. She reached the age of 86 years, 3 months, and 6 days. Her funeral was held on Thursday, Thursday, September 24th, 1970 at 2:00 p.m. at the St. Paul Lutheran Lutheran Church, Hull, Iowa and she was laid to rest beside her husband and daughters on the cemetery by the church. Rev. Allison A. Hansen offlciation, R. Green all of Marshall, Minn. Mr. and Mrs; Gt'. Van Klompen- burg of Orange City were Saturday, Saturday, September 26, visitors with friends at Pleasant Acres. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Bertha Bertha Westra were Mr. and Mrs. John Westra of Centerville, South Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. P. J.; Westra of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hubblings visitors Sunday were Edith Ahlhorn of Omaha, Wis., Gaylen Van Loon of Rock Rapids and Wllma Davis of Tama, Iowa. HEflTHS EMM A GOERINGER s-i;-r r. fv> "•M.rsI'iEmma Goeringer passed away'at the age of 86 years at the Pleasant Acres Rest Home of Hull, Iowa. -.: Emma Mathilda Catharine Schueler, daughter of Herman and Bertha (Roglin) Schueler, was born on June 15, 1884 in Peotone, (Will County) Illinois. She was baptized on July 6th that year by Rev. C. A. Starck. She was confirmed on April 3, 1898 at St. Peter Lutheran Church, Ceylon, Minnesota by Rev. Helnrich Zapf. songs Heaven Is My Home and Asleep In Jesus, congregation, What A Friend We Have In Jesus. Pallbearers, were six grandsons: Lelon Goeringer, Robert r Goeringer, Leo Thiesse, Gerald Hollander, Ronald Ubblnga, Cornelius Wabeke. There Is a bridge where ends the span of life Through it's gates all must go alone It is the pathway from all dis- pair The heavely Father waits to claim his own. / God has answered our dear Mothers Prayer. MICHAEL PAUL KOELE Funeral services were held September 26, 1970 at the Kraal Funeral Chapel for Michael Paul Koele, son of Larry and Audrey Koele, who died September 21,1970 at Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii at the age of 5 mo. Rev. Paul Vander Woude conducted conducted the services and burial: was in the Hope Cemetery at . Hull. Immediate Survivors are h|s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry P. Koele; grandparents, Mr. and

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  1. The Sioux County Index,
  2. 01 Oct 1970, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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