LIMING, Hubert J. (1920-1940)
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Date: 3/31/2020 at 21:56:08
Hubert Jack Liming
(December 20, 1920 – January 13, 1940)
Ida County Pioneer Record, Ida Grove, IA, Thurs., Jan 18, 1940, p.1, col.2-3
Hubert Liming, 19 Dies After A Long Illness; Funeral Services Were Held Here Monday; Burial At Schyler, Neb.
Hubert Jack Liming, 19, son of Hubert Earl and Anna Steinke Liming, Ida Grove, passes away Saturday in an Omaha hospital after a long illness. He spent all his life in this community and availed himself of the opportunities which were open to him for his best development during his growing years.
Hubert was born on December 20, 1920. All of his education was received in the local grad and high school. He graduated from the Ida Grove public school system with the class of 1938. During his high school course he was a member of the Glee club, and played a clarinet in the school band for eight or nine years. Hubert united with the Methodist church when he was nine years old and was a regular attendant at the Sunday School from a very early age. During his high school days he sang in the young people’s choir of the church and took part in the Epworth League.
He was full of ambition and lived his life vigorously both in work and play, giving little thought to his physical limitations, until ill health overtook him last July, at which time he became a patient in the Methodist hospital in Sioux City, for extended examinations and treatment, he was later brought home for a time where every possible care was given him. On Thanksgiving Day he was taken to Omaha and placed under the care and observation of skilled physicians who did everything possible. His ailment was pronounced to be, streptococci infection of the respiratory system, resulting in Nephritis and proved to be more than medical skill, and loving care could cope with. He passed quietly to eternal rest on Saturday morning at 12:45, his age being 19 years and 17 days. Besides his parents, he leaves to mourn, his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Steinke, the following uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Liming, Billings, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Steinke, Spokane, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. John Steinke, and Mrs. and Mrs. H. S. Shultz, Schuyler, Nebr., and following cousins John and Jennie Liming, Paul and Roberta Ridley, George, Vernon and Helen Steinke and Esther Schultz.
Funeral services were held on Monday at 2:00 p.m. at the Methodist church with Rev. H. E. Whyte officiating. Raymond Wallace sang “Shadows” and “I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say” accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C. K. Lahman. The remains were taken to Schuyler, Nebr., Tuesday morning where short services were held and he was laid to rest beside his grandparents. Those from out of town who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bennett, Wilbur and Orlan Bennett, Mrs. Glen McCannon, Mrs. Cora Courtright and Elgin Huston of Quimby.
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