Saeugling, Katherine (Walke) 1868-1921
SAEUGLING, WALKE, HYDE, HAWKINS
Posted By: Ken Johnson (email)
Date: 1/10/2005 at 20:18:58
Thursday, 13 October 1921, Guttenberg Press, p1, c3:
A Good Woman Called by Death.
The death of Mrs. Frank Saeugling occurred at her home in this city on Wednesday morning, October 12, 1921, at ten o’clock, after a long illness. Deceased, whose maiden name was Katherine Elizabeth Walke, was born in Jefferson township, Clayton County, Iowa, on June 4, 1868, and therefore was 53 years, 4 months and 8 days of age at the time of her death. Her entire life was spent in Clayton county. On April 5, 1893, she was married at Glen Haven, Wisconsin, to Mr. Frank Saeugling, of Guttenberg. After their marriage the couple returned to Guttenberg to reside, where deceased lived until her death.
Mrs. Saeugling was a devoted wife and mother, and by her kindly, sympathetic nature endeared herself to all who knew her. She was an ambitious woman and her greatest pleasure in life at all times was to do acts of kindness for her family and friends.
About two years ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis, from which she never fully recovered, and several days ago she suffered another stoke which caused her death. She was a patient sufferer during her illness, and had hopes for a complete recovery until the Angel of Death called her to the other and better World, where there is no more suffering, but joy and happiness forever. All that could be done was done for her life, but all failed.
She is survived by her husband, two sons, Realto and Harold Saeugling, one daughter, Miss Selma Saeugling, all of Guttenberg; two sisters, Mrs. V. A. Hyde, of Jefferson township, and Mrs. Fred Hawkins, of Los Angeles, California; two brothers, John and Louis Walke, of Guttenberg, and a large number of other relatives and friends, and she will be sadly missed by all.
As we go to press, no definite arrangements have been made as to when funeral will be held.
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