Katherine (Fink) Meehlhause (1870-1939)
Posted By: jane austin (email)
Date: 12/20/2017 at 02:02:07
West Lincoln --The community was much grieved to hear of the passing of Mrs. Jacob Meehlhause Sunday night. For many years, Mr. and Mrs. Meehlhause were residents of this township before moving to Hartley. Mrs. Meehlhause has been in ill health for some time but her many friends had hoped for her recovery. Sympathy is extended the bereaved relatives.
Hartley (Iowa) Sentinel, Feb 2, 1939, p3
ATTEND MEEHLHAUSE FUNERAL WEDNESDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rost, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rost and Dwain and Alta, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nicola, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Landgrebe, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geisel, Mr and Mrs. Peter Geiser and son, Mrs. Herman Peterson, and Mrs. George DeKrie and children, all of Brandt, S. Dak.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Luze and family of White, S. Dak.; Mrs. Louis Adolph of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buschar of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Dwinger of Everly; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Amonds of Aurelia; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meehlhause and son of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Will Meehlhause of Calumet; Mr. and Mrs. Forest Fink and Mrs. Emma Gonnerman and son of Sibley; Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Endorf and Herbie Endorf of Ocheyedan; Mrs. Henry Fink, Mrs. Blanche Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Dickman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scherzer, all of Melvin; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linder, Harold Fink, Mr and Mrs. John Kracht, Mr and Mrs. Will Kracht and Mildred, Mr and Mrs. John Kracht, Jr, George Kracht, Carl Kracht, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Kracht, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plagman and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Mienkin, all of Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Amendt of Sutherland attended the funeral of Mrs. Jake Meehlhause last Wednesday.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank relatives, neighbors and friends for the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended to us during the illness and death of our beloved wife and dear mother. — Jake Meehlhause and Family.
Hartley (Iowa) Sentinel, Feb 9, 1939, p8
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