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Transcribed by S. Ferrall for Clayton co.
Any notes following the biographies were added by S. Ferrall.
Louise (Ohloff) Meyer
The spotlight this month at the Good Samaritan Center, Postville, focuses on Louise Meyer who has made her home at the center since October, 1970.
Louise was born March 25, 1892 on a farm south of Postville in Clayton County. Her parents were Carl and Mary Krogman Ohloff. As a small child she moved with her parents to Postville where they operated a garden nursery.
Louise received her schooling in the Postville public school. She was baptized and confirmed in St. Paul Lutheran Church where she is a member.
On February 25, 1914 she was married to Charles W. Meyer of Clermont and they made their home on a farm in Henderson Prairie in Fayette County. They had three children, Esther, Marie and Willard Meyer, all of Postville.
She was widowed March, 1922 but continued to reside on the home farm with her children until moving to Postville in January, 1963.
Until ill health intervened, she was an active member of the Church and the Lutheran Church Women as well as the Henderson Prairie Study club. She still enjooys several activities at the Center.
~Postville Herald, Wednesday, April 3, 1974 (column: Resident of the Month, Good Samaritan Center, Postville, Iowa)
~Louise (Ohloff) Meyer's obituary
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