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from the Leavenworth Times|
Mrs. Jarowitz is Dead at Age of 73
A Native of Poland -- Funeral Services Will be Held Thursday
Born in Poland, October 25, 1868, Mrs. Jarowitz came to Leavenworth when 15 years of age, making her home here since. As Miss Mary Czapski she was married in Leavenworth to Joseph Jarowitz, October 7, 1885. Mr. Jarowitz died April 17, 1935.
Surviving are five sons, John Jarowitz, 408 Marion Street; Andrew Jarowitz, Vallejo, Calif.; Frank Jarowitz, 212 Maple Avenue; James Jarowitz, 2211 Rose Street; Mike Jarowitz, 212 Maple Avenue; two brothers, Mike Zielenski, Second and Chestnut Streets, and John Czapski, a resident of Germany; one sister, Mrs. Veronica Laboda, Leavenworth; and nine grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 9:30 o'clock Thursday morning at the David funeral church, Chaplain Franklyn R. Beery of the Veterans Administration Facility, Wadsworth, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Muncie cemetery.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times May 18, 1942 |
C. Rodenberg Dies After a Brief Illness
Well-Known Farmer Native Of Lansing--Was 54--Funeral Tuesday Chris Rodenburg 54 years of age, a life resident of Leavenworth County, died at 6 o'clock yesterday morning at his residence, a short distance southwest of Leavenworth on rural route two. He had been ill only about one week.
Born at Lansing, September 30, 1887, Mr. Rodenburg had spent his entire life in this community and was among the better known farmers of Delaware township. He was a member of the Lutheran church.
A son of Chris and Laura Rodenburg, early residents of Leavenworth County, Mr. Rodenburg was married January 28, 1913, to Miss Maude Marcott, who survives him.
He also leaves a daughter, Mrs. Robert Krueger, Lansing, a son William H. Rodenburg, Leavenworth rural route two; four brothers, Arthur Rodenburg, Lansing; Edward Rodenburg, Kansas City, Kas.; Fred Rodenburg, Nineteenth and Cherokee streets; five sisters, Mrs. Emma Moser, Lansing; Mrs. Minnie Morrison, 516 Chestnut street; Mrs. Adam Willard, 115 Kingman street; Mrs. Fern Denny, Nineteenth and Dakota streets, and Mrs. Laura Cornett, 513 Arch street.
Funeral services will be held at 3:45 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Davis funeral church, The Rev. A. O. Rast, pastor of St. Paul' Lutheran church, officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in Mount Muncie cemetery.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times Sept 24, 1942|
HERMAN FISCHER IN SUDDEN DEATH--DIED SEPTEMBER 23, 1942.
Born in Arnswald, Germany, September 8, 1866, Mr. Fischer came to America when 21 years old. He had been a resident of Leavenworth 55 years, mostly engaged in farming.
Mr. Fischer's marriage to Miss Amelia Fritz was on August 6,1892, the ceremony being at the Lutheran church. They observed their golden wedding anniversary this year. Previous to moving to their present home they had resided for many years on rural route four, leaving there 21 years ago.
Other than his widow, Mr. Fischer leaves two daughters, Miss Martha Fischer, of the home; Mrs. Thomas Farquar, Kansas City, Mo.; three sons , Henry Fischer of the home; Private Frank Fischer, U. S. Army, Camp Wolters, Tex.; Otto Fischer of the home; a sister, Mrs. Augusta Schonherr, 803 Olive street; and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Sexton funeral chapel. Burial will be in Mount Muncie cemetery. The body will remain at the chapel.
Taken from the Leavenworth Library (LV Times) Sept 29, 1942 by Sue Rush 3-23-2010 |
Death of an InfantJames Joseph Bott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bott, rural route one, died yesterday at St. John's hospital. Funeral services were held this afternooon at the O'Donnell chapel. Burial was in Mount Calvary cemetery.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times Jan. 17, 1943 by Sue Rush. Death date Jan. 16, 1943 |
J. H. Schwartz Dies Following A Heart Attack
In Usual Good Health, Saturday Night--Death Was At 3 A.M. Sunday.
Was Farming in Fairmount Neighborhood--A Native Of the CountyJoseph H. Schwartz, age 46, well known farmer residing in the Fairmount community, died suddenly yesterday morning at 3 o'clock at his home. Suffering a heart attack at 10:30 o'clock, a physician was called and Mr. Schwartz apparently was resting easily when he suffered the second and fatal attack. He had appeared in his usual health upon retirement Saturday night.
Born in Salt Creek Valley, Kickapoo township, June 4, 1896, Mr. Schwartz had spent all his life in Leavenworth County. He was a son of the late Joseph Schwartz and Mrs. Minnie Schwartz.
Mr. Schwartz and Miss Frances Hund were married November 16, 1920, having since made their home at Fairmount. For a number of years Mr. Schwartz operated a milk route. For the last four years he had been operating the old Mose Harvey farm.
Rosary Service Tonight
Other than his widow, of the home, he leaves three daughters, Mildred, Mary Margaret and Clara Schwartz; and three sons, Joseph, Jr., Leo and Edward Schwartz, all of the home; his mother, Mrs. Minnie Schwartz, 621 Ottawa street; a sister, Mrs. Marie Klansinski, 613 Ottawa street; and a brother, Henry Schwartz, rural route four, Kickapoo township.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, the Rev. Leo Ahern, pastor of the Basehor Catholic church, officiating at the requiem mass. Burial will be in Mount Calvary cemetery.
Friends will assemble tonight at 8 o'clock at the Sexton funeral chapel for a rosary service. The body will remain at the chapel until the hour of services.
HAWKINS, Henry Lee|
Died - 26 February 1943, age 78, eldest son of Nicholas and Mary Hawkins
Born - 13 April 1864, on a farm east of Tonganoxie
Married - Lizzie McFee, December 1893, 3 children born
1 child - Elizabeth preceded him in death
Survivors - daughter Gladys of the home; son Henry, Jr., 2 grandchildren, 3 brothers - Sam, Tonganoxie; George, Kansas City and Nick, San Francisco, CA
Taken from the Leavenworth Library ( LV Times) Aug. 13, 1943 |
Death of Infant Fink.Anthony L. Fink, 23 day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Fink, rural route one, Easton, died early this morning at the home, following a short illness. Surviving other than the parents are four sisters, Evelyn, Regina L., Eileen R., and Angela Fink; three brothers, Gerald L., Albert P., and Merlin J. Fink, all of the home. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the O'Donnell funeral chapel with burial in Mount Olivet cemetery.
Raymond A. Tuttle Dies at St. John's|
Leavenworth Native a Carpenter and Contractor--Funeral Wednesday.
Raymond A. Tuttle, 54, 709 Oak Street, a carpenter and contractor here for many years and a native of Leavenworth, died at noon today (Sept. 27, 1943) at St. John's hospital. He had been ill for several months and was taken to the hospital Saturday.
First wife Anna Marie Butzin, married September 6, 1910
ELDEN LINAWEAVER DIES; 8 YEARS OLD. Had been patient at Cushing hospital three Weeks--Funeral Monday.|
Eldon Earl Linaweaver, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linaweaver of Lansing, died 1943, at Cushing memorial hospital at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. Ill for the past month, he had been at the hospital three weeks.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times 1-5-1944 by Sue Rush. Death date 1-5-1944. |
Adelaide Kern Dies at Home
She Was 72 Years Old--Funeral Services Will Be Held Friday at 10.Mrs. Adelaide Kern, 72, wife of Michael Kern, Sr., died at her home, 321 Miami street, at 1 o'clock this morning after an illness of about two weeks.
Mrs. Kern was born August 4, 1871, in Westphalen, Germany, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Forge. When she was 17 years of age she came to the United States with her parents and settled in Leavenworth. In April of 1896 she was married to Michael Kern at St. Joseph's church. She had made her home in Leavenworth County since. She was a member of St. Joseph's church and of St. Joseph's Altar society.
Mrs. Kern is survived by the husband, Michael Kern, Sr., of the home address; three daughters, Mrs. Henry Gercken, 630 Shawnee street; Mrs. Arthur Myers and Mrs. Lucille Doege, both of rural route three, Leavenworth; two sons, Michael Kern, Jr. 115 North Seventh street; Maurice Kern, Eighteenth and Spruce streets; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Swartz, 613 Ottawa street; and two brothers, Frank and John Forge, both of rural route four, Leavenworth.
Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at St Joseph's church, the Rev. Fr. Herman Golobic, O'Carm., officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary cemetery.
The body will be removed from the O'Donnell funeral chapel to the home at 10 o'clock Thursday morning where it will remain until time of services. Friends and members of the Knights of Columbus and the Altar society will meet at the home Thursday night at 8 o'clock for a rosary service.
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