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Noack, Harold died 1925


Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 11/1/2020 at 18:42:32

Elkader Register, Thur., 19 Nov. 1925. Garber column.

Harold Noack, the youngest son of Peter Noack, died at the home of his father Tuesday. Funeral will be held at Guttenberg Friday.


Elkader Register, Thur., 26 Nov. 1925. Guttenberg column.

Harold Noack passed away at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Noack,
in Jefferson township on Tuesday, November 17, 1925, after an illness of long
duration. Deceased was born in Jefferson township, Clayton, Iowa, twenty-two
years ago, where he spent the greatest part of his life. He attended school
here and later completed studies to become a telegraph operator. He also was
an able musician, for a number of years being violinist in his father's (The
Noak) orchestra. He was a young man who had won the respect of all who knew
him, and was a kind and true son, brother and friend. During his illness he
had hopes for recovery until the Angel of Death called him to the other and
better world, where there is no suffering, but joy and happiness forever. All
that loving friends could do and medical knowledge could suggest was done for
him during his illness to ward off death, but all to no avail. His parents,
one brother, Harvey Noak, of Chicago, and numerous other relatives and friends
deeply mourn his untimely death. Funeral services were held and conducted by
Rev. L. H. Putz of St. Paul's United Lutheran church, Guttenberg, at the P. A.
Noak home on Friday afternoon. Interment was made in the City cemetery at
Guttenberg. A large number of relatives from far and near were in attendance
at the funeral, which showed that this worthy young man was held in high
regard by all who knew him.

(Note: The surname was shown spelled as shown here.)

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